Progressive internationalism

Among the most dangerous enemies of our way of life is the progressive internationalism so well exhibited by our new Prime Minister. It is a marriage of convenience between the left in general and the libertarian right in particular. We who still seek sanctuary within the nation state are being overwhelmed by these progressive internationalist policies, represented here in this article in yesterday’s Oz by George Soros, Europe mired in crisis without a common asylum-seeker policy. You can pretty well see these same inane ideas in everything Turnbull now pursues. If you want to understand this phenomenon better let me take you to the six recommendations Soros provides, but do read the whole article:

First, the EU has to accept at least a million asylum-seekers annually for the foreseeable future.

Second, the EU must lead the global effort to provide funding to Lebanon, Jordan, and Turkey to support the four million refugees in those countries.

Third, the EU must immediately start building a single EU Asylum and Migration Agency and eventually a single EU Border Guard.

Fourth, safe channels must be established for asylum-seekers, starting with getting them from Greece and Italy to their destination countries.

Fifth, the operational and financial arrangements developed by the EU should be used to establish global standards for the treatment of asylum-seekers and migrants.

Finally, to absorb and integrate more than a million asylum-seekers and migrants a year, the EU needs to mobilise the private sector — NGOs, church groups, and businesses — to act as sponsors.

Got it? The nation state has to go, or at least the nation states of the first world. No more Australia, at least no more than say an Italy within the EU. It is a kind of World Government idiocy, perfectly consistent with our now trying to get a seat on the Security Council at the UN. Turnbull is identical to Obama in every important respect. Once we have been overwhelmed by migration, nothing of what we built will remain, other than some of those technologies we were able to develop. The rest will be utterly swept away in a sea of blended barbarism. The only part I have never understood – other than through envy and hatred (including self-hatred) – is why would anyone wish to see these changes taking place.

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109 Responses to Progressive internationalism

  1. Chris

    Huh? An article by Soros is Turnbull’s policy?

  2. Habib

    I don’t see much libertarianism in anyone in this current regime, a bigger bunch of statist tax and spenders, and obsessive busybodies than even RGR. Mirroring them as well in another expensive, idiotic tilt at now two UN gigs. Had that peabrain Lambing* extoling the benefits of bribes to genocidal third world regimes so some flatulent former political hack can be ignored by major powers in a decrepit building in New York.

    *Also wasn’t too concerned when the ABC idiot dexcribed him as “Labor member for”- said “I’m a moderate, you know”. The one party state is here, Kang V Kodos. With more drool.

  3. Faye

    Forget about centre-left, we have hard-left within our Liberal Party. Let’s see how far they get or, more appropriately, how far we allow them to get.

  4. Bruce of Newcastle

    Got it? The nation state has to go, or at least the nation states of the first world.

    The irony with this is the real world is going in the opposite direction.

    Catalonia wants to secede from Spain. Scotland wants to secede from Britain. The Basque country wants its own nation. Slovakia seceded from Czechoslovakia. South Sudan seceded from Sudan. Kosovo seceded from Serbia. Kurds want their own nation. So do Aborigines. So does Aceh. So does West Papua. Uighurs in China do too. I could probably dig out a few more examples.

    On the other hand a new Comintern just might work, even though socialism has failed everywhere its been tried.

  5. Ros

    The nation state has to go, or at least the nation states of the first world. No more Australia, at least no more than say an Italy within the EU.

    It’s a western phenomenon rather than a first world thing I think. It is sad to think of Europe being subsumed, but there will be hangouts. Well until the EU betrays them to Russia I guess.

    One thing I agree with Turnbull about is Australia is a great place to live. I feel privileged. But in the world that seems to be emerging I also count myself lucky that Australia has the good fortune to be part of Asia.

    Turnbull and Asia, has he mentioned it. China yes because China for him has considerable international standing. His focus, in line with Bishop is international, but seems to be western hemisphere centred.

    Abbott did a good job with Asia. Rudd did an awful job. The ABC as best I can tell limited its Asian reporting to the Jakarta Post being nasty about Abbott. I read a Japanese article which was very polite, but very definitely praised Abbott.

    Singapore’s contribution. Loong wrote congratulating Turnbull and reminding him of the close ties established in many areas and,

    “Mr Lee said both countries share similar strategic outlooks and have much work to do for the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership (CSP) which was concluded in June to further enhance bilateral ties.”

    It did convey a little concern I think.

    And then Abbott.

    “In a separate letter, Mr Lee said he was sorry to read that Mr Abbott had stepped down as prime minister, citing his tireless service and strong leadership. “You can be proud that you are leaving behind a good record of policy achievements, both domestically and externally,” Mr Lee wrote.

    He thanked Mr Abbott for being a good friend of Singapore and for attending the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s funeral in March. “I deeply appreciated your presence at my father’s funeral service,” said Mr Lee.

    During Mr Abbott’s official visit in June, both sides marked 50 years of diplomatic relations by witnessing the adoption of the CSP. Mr Lee described it as a significant milestone in the longstanding friendship between Australia and Singapore.

    “The CSP testifies to your leadership and vision, and provides a strong foundation to grow the partnership between our two countries,” Mr Lee wrote. He was confident that the former premier will continue to serve Australia with commitment and conviction. Mr Abbott indicated yesterday that he intends to stay on in politics.

    “My wife and I wish you, your wife and family good health and every success in your future endeavours,” wrote Mr Lee.”

    Not bad.

  6. Yohan

    http://www.breitbart.com/london/2015/09/25/watch-breitbart-london-editor-talks-migration-on-bbc-daily-politics/

    This video about the europe crisis is on similar lines, notice how the Reverend basically says we have to acquis and accept millions of 3rd world immigrants. To them its inevitable, and if we resist we are simply wrong.

  7. Ros

    And Abbott didn’t have to ring and complain about not being comforted like a previous narcissistic PM did.

  8. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    First, the EU has to accept at least a million asylum-seekers annually for the foreseeable future.

    And when said “asylum seekers” have turned the European Union into a carbon copy of whatever Third World shytehole they left, in the first place, where do they go from there?

  9. Ant

    Star Trek’s got a lot to answer for.

    Although wouldn’t Rudd make a great Scotty down in the engine room keeping the whole thing humming along?

  10. teddy bear

    It is hatred that drives these policies, hatred of conservatism, nationalism and conservative policies. The policies that these people push are purely vindictive in their attemtps to destroy the values that conservatives and nationalists hold.

    Mass Immigration by people who do not hold our values or respect our countries is seen by them as the greatest and easist victory they can have over us. Also its not that they don’t care about the consequences of these policies its that the simply see that they can use the consequences to endlessly bash those they hate as racists and bigots.

    The truth behind this is easily seen in the way they treat immigrants extreme homophobic views, they are allowed to have them as it is part of “their” culture and we must respect that, any attempts otherwise by anyone is seen as racist and bigoted.

    I don’t know when this will all come to a head, but it is obvious thjat it is beginning to, most notably in Europe. When it finally does I doubt anyone will be able to stop it and it will be very very ugly. The greatest risk in all this is that Fascism will fill the void left behind, it is already growing steadily in Europe.

  11. mundi

    These policies are driven out of ignorance. The average lefty has no clue at all why our living standards are so high. They don’t believe government debt is a problem. They have no idea that the average person must produce more than they consume for living standards to be maintained or grow. They see nothing wrong with paying huge amounts of money to migrants – because rich people can just be taxed more.

    Once they allow economic asylum, they are opening the door for the majority of the wreaths population to show up and expect a free hand out.

  12. Elizabeth (Lizzie) B.

    Fourth, safe channels must be established for asylum-seekers, starting with getting them from Greece and Italy to their destination countries.

    Destination countries!! That is the problem, right there. An open-border mindset that permits these ‘refugees’ to pile on in; in the main, large numbers of unaccompanied young men with a tremendous sense of entitlement. A military response is required. The Australian Solution.

    The answer in Europe, it seems, is to remove the ‘destination’ countries from the political map of independence, subsuming them to one big organizing body called EU/UN.

  13. Leo G

    So much for those critics who have long claimed that Soros and his Open Society Foundations “perpetuated institutions which reinforce the existing social order”.

  14. Yohan

    The left see the current migrant crisis as an opportunity to cement a larger ongoing number of 3rd world migrants.

    You guys realise all these people, 80% or more, will vote left when they become citizens? This is really what underpins the political lefts support for rampant multi-culturalism.

  15. Craig Mc

    And when said “asylum seekers” have turned the European Union into a carbon copy of whatever Third World shytehole they left, in the first place, where do they go from there?

    Time for the B Ark solution.

  16. john constantine

    If their daddy didn’t luv them enough, that seems a good enough excuse to burn the world down to the ground, as long as with their last breath they can celebrate a glimpse of ash-stained tory tears.

    Their welfare industry also promises wealth and power to all those that get in early, sorta imagine the welfare industry as tupperware or any of the chain marketing pyramid schemes.

    Just keep recruiting more goatherding settlers at the bottom and those at the top of the pyramid keep raking it in. Recruit the right sort from the settler community to fill spots in the middle of the pyramid and keep the cashflow coming.

  17. Linden

    Throughout history there is one consistent event between nations and within nations, military conflict, war. We are nearly 16 yrs into the 21st century, so how long do you think it will be before another major international war breaks out between which nations. How long will some countries take before they finally say we have enough of being run over by anybody and every body?

  18. John Comnenus

    After the 1953 East German uprising against communism the Secretary of the Authors’ Union, Bertol Brecht, had leaflets distributed in the Stalinallee Which said that the people had forfeited the government’s confidence and could only win it back by redoubled labour. Wouldn’t it be simpler in that case if the government dissolved the people and elected another?

    That’s what the Left has been doing for three decades. Senior Left figures in the US, UK and Australia (The Hon Barry Jones) have all told us that they are doing so. The Left is always disappointed in the people so they are getting a people more to their liking. Total destruction of Western capitalist Judeo Christian culture and democracy is what they want through a permanent ruling coalition of anti Weatern ethnic groups.

    The ALP is trying to stack the country the way they stack their branches – by importing ethnic voting blocs.

  19. incoherent rambler

    I’ve trashed my joint.
    I had a small accident while building an IED and there is bullet holes in the walls and sh1t on the floor and few rotting zombies in the bathroom.
    Anyone know of cool mansion around Point Piper that I can takeover?

  20. H B Bear

    Linden – exactly what I was thinking. The erosion of the nation state is ultimately reasserted via warfare. One way or another the Europeans will find this out yet again.

  21. Linden

    Yeah have a look at some of the footage on Bolts blog, Afghans and Syrians fighting in Germany, traffic dramas on the roads etc.

  22. BM

    The irony with this is the real world is going in the opposite direction.

    Spot on Bruce. I’ve started thinking of it as EUgoslavia. There will be tears before bedtime. And a whole lot of blood.

  23. Struth

    They use language.
    The word…..must.

    Really?

    We don’t have to ….must …..do any of it you socialist dipstick.

  24. A Lurker

    In my opinion Soros is a malevolent and poisonous spider manipulating the strands of a sticky and unwholesome web. The sooner he is gone from this world, the better it will be.

  25. jupes

    The self destructive idiocy of western nations in the 21st century is of a scale never seen before in history.

    Non-discriminatory immigration , climate change policies, feminist policies and a lack of will to wage war properly all put individual countries in great danger, yet these policies are bi-partisan in every western nation.

    Europe has probably gone too far to avert war or Islamic rule, but will the rest of the west wake up in time to change tack and put their national interest first? It certainly doesn’t look like it.

  26. Ros

    s Bishop gave a three-minute speech on the final day of a United Nations summit in New York on Sunday which adopted 17 sustainable development goals to replace the expiring millennium development goals.

    “It’s an ambitious goal (to end extreme poverty by 2030) and a necessary objective,” Ms Bishop said in the general assembly hall.

    Ms Bishop said the goal to tackle climate change was important to the success of the anti-poverty agenda.

    The World Bank estimated more than 40 per cent of the world’s extreme poor lived in fragile environments and this percentage was expected to at least double by 2030, she said.

    It should be the goal of “decent governments” to deal with the issue of climate change.

    Ms Bishop also mentioned the national disability insurance scheme and the “closing the gap” indigenous program as ways Australia was dealing with poverty and inequality.

  27. Linden

    None of it will make any difference at all, it will only effect the dumb bastards made to pay for it.

  28. jupes

    Ms Bishop said the goal to tackle climate change was important to the success of the anti-poverty agenda.

    You couldn’t make up a more incorrect statement, yet it is a perfect example of the utter idiocy infecting the political class.

  29. outsider

    Blair has a great video from the ever aware and articulate Pat Condell, on the violent third world rape culture invasion:
    http://blogs.news.com.au/dailytelegraph/timblair/index.php/dailytelegraph/comments/what_could_possibly_go_wrong/

    ‘few rotting zombies in the bathroom’
    Reminds me to recommend the movie Sicario – not for the faint of heart but a good intro to just how violent societies can become.

    And your title might work better as International Progressivism. This is all (apparently) ‘progressive’ to a greater degree than it is ‘international’. It’s all redolent of the Ministry of Truth, or Minitrue. I guess, post computing, Orwell would spell that one as ‘MiniTrue’.

  30. banz

    Oswald Spengler – The decline of the west

  31. Habib

    Listening to the endless bollocks on the ABC this morning, including a sycophantic spray from perpetually enraged pillock Triggie, I’m now convinced Labor has won an election a year or so early. Fuck me sideways.

  32. Mark from Melbourne

    Once the Euros failed to get on top of this early (i.e. over a year ago), I have consistently said that the only way to stop this invasion will involve at the minimum machine gun nests (which cops me a bollocking from SWMBO – who agrees! – every time I make the comment in “polite” conversation).

    It is now beyond that, and Europe as we knew it is to all intents and purposes gone. The only question is if it ends up a facist uber-state or a muslim one. Oh, and of course how we might begin to tell the difference.

    It certainly won’t end up in the sort of happy-clappy one world government by the “good” that Soros and his ilk expect…. the final lefty unintended consequence.

    There will be great loss of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

    Hopefully, as the lights go out across Europe, those few countries who are actually in a position to raise the drawbridge (including, happily, a goodly slab of the anglophone World, if not the USA) might survive at least partially intact.

  33. Ros

    The goals Ms Bishop was spruiking,
    he Goals

    1: End poverty in all its forms everywhere

    2: End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture

    3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages

    4: Ensure inclusive and quality education for all and promote lifelong learning

    5: Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls

    6: Ensure access to water and sanitation for all

    7: Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all

    8: Promote inclusive and sustainable economic growth, employment and decent work for all

    9: Build resilient infrastructure, promote sustainable industrialization and foster innovation

    10: Reduce inequality within and among countries

    11: Make cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable

    12: Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns

    13: Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts

    14: Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources

    15: Sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, halt and reverse land degradation, halt biodiversity loss

    16: Promote just, peaceful and inclusive societies

    17: Revitalise global partnerships

  34. outsider

    How did Bishop conceal her intellectual impairment and moral degeneracy for so long? The half-life of the new government’s honeymoon is shortening by the day.

  35. Entropy

    A Lurker
    #1813423, posted on September 30, 2015 at 12:53 pm
    In my opinion Soros is a malevolent and poisonous spider manipulating the strands of a sticky and unwholesome web. The sooner he is gone from this world, the better it will be.

    Now Lass, that is an unfair description. It sounds like how the Koch brothers are portrayed.

  36. Rabz

    Progressive internationalism

    Gives me the utter frigging proverbials.

  37. Chris M

    The only part I have never understood – other than through envy and hatred (including self-hatred) – is why would anyone wish to see these changes taking place.

    You should do a study on the prophecies in the books of Daniel and Revelation Steve – then you would understand more what is going on and why. And more importantly not be stressed about it all.

  38. A Lurker

    The goals Ms Bishop was spruiking…

  39. Chris M

    How did Bishop conceal her intellectual impairment and moral degeneracy for so long?

    Or how did most miss it until now? Lawyer = a clue…

  40. Fred Lenin

    All tiscommunist millionaire rubbish about socialist greenism ,the redfilth have infiltrated the top echelons of all political groupingsv.Have a look at the manifesto of the Australian Liberty Alliance which will be standing candidates at the next election ,sounds like a breath of fresh non leftist air unpolluted by tge theories of the unwashed marx .None of your poofter “martiage”,Gerbil Worming ,no alliance with islamofascism unlike the other so called parties ,a vote for them will be a vote for good old fashioned -Australian Valies . Lets give the corrupt establishment a Kick in the Teeth ,and make the ALA a force to be reckoned with. We need their policies in local state and federal governments @ lets set an example to the western civilised world and begin the permanent destruction of green u.n. communism and political correctness ,its qeapon of stifling opposition . Australia First Always?

  41. The real elephant in the room isn’t islam, it’s anti-white genocide.

    Islam is a current weapon of choice but it’s the eruropean, and specifically the anglo-saxon in particular who has to go.

    The splenetic hatred exhibited by so many EUSSR komissars during their speeches directed at their own countries but especially at the anglosphere is no accident. And as for the rape jihad and the rest… It’s a genuine phenomenon. It isn’t some sick fantasy, it’s real.

  42. blogstrop

    Can you imagine the moviemakers ever doing one that featured a stock and hedge fund supremo who tried to destroy civilisation as we know it by channelling funds and ideologies into the lefty-sphere?

    No, they would rather demonise Murdoch.

  43. Ros

    The answer, play them at their own game like the Hungarians are. We must take Syrians because in a global world we are responsible for them. Well they have said, as it is a global world establish quotas for every nation. I am sure the Jordanians for one would agree.

    While the poorer nations may try and gain from international law it is the rich and powerful that make them.

  44. Rabz

    One can’t help but note that attempts to achieve all 17 of the “goals” identified above will inevitably be sought through the liberal application of other peoples’ money – i.e. the money of affluent western taxpayers.

    Hang on to your wallets.

  45. Habib

    All the aims spouted by Bish are only achievalbe through the widespread adoption and acceleration of industrial capitalism, extreme curtailing of government at every level, and the supression or erradication of atavistic cultism. The UN and her government are diamatrically opposed to all of these features. Good luck, Toots.

  46. banz

    Islam is a current weapon of choice but it’s the eruropean, and specifically the anglo-saxon in particular who has to go.

    NO, civilsations suicide. we destroy ourselves, we are the enemy, we loathe ourselves, we do not seek quality, we fight inequality yet is is quality that provides stabilty and progress.

    This is modern man today, lost, weak, valor and courage are not rewarded they are punished.

    Optimism is cowardice.

    The west is done, its just time.

  47. Rob MW

    The western political class are absolute geniuses. Wonder what they are going to do if the ruled don’t want to be internationalised ? My guess is they have already made their evacuation plans to run the country/civil war from afar.

  48. Dr Faustus

    It’s relatively straightforward producing a logistically rational ‘helicopter view’ model of how to handle a massive and almost infinitely complex cultural and economic paroxysm. Approximately six simple steps, in fact.

    And when you are the international gold standard of business acumen and a massive philanthropist, your simple solutions tend to be treated as gospel-strength, no-brainer, ‘how-could-it-be-otherwise’ pearls of wisdom.

    Unfortunately, implementation of Mr Soros’ elegant scheme is likely to be all fucked up by the requirements of 700 million ignorant plebs in Europe who stupidly value their cultural history and unaccountably fail to value the opportunity for cultural enrichment and international leadership in absorbing millions of people displaced by criminal adherents of Islam.

    The wheels are falling off the European Union over this issue at a surprising rate – and not due to any lack of central planning.

  49. Anne

    Imagine a world of coffee coloured people living in a utopian Commune system without National borders – no racism, no bigotry, no envy, no greed, no pride.

    “Europe’s fusion with the Third World. The plague of interracial marriage produces each year thousands of young people of mixed race: “The children of Kalergi». Under the dual pressures of misinformation and humanitarian stupefaction, promoted by the MSM, the Europeans are being taught to renounce their origin, to renounce their national identity.

    The servants of globalization are trying to convince us that to deny our identity, is a progressive and humanitarian act, that “racism” is wrong, because they want us all to be blind consumers. It is necessary, now more than ever, to counter the lies of the System, to awaken the revolutionary spirit of the Europeans. Every one must see this truth, that European Integration amounts to genocide. We have no other option, the alternative is national suicide.”

    Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan

    http://linkis.com/blogspot.gr/bqHS6

  50. rickw

    In my opinion Soros is a malevolent and poisonous spider manipulating the strands of a sticky and unwholesome web. The sooner he is gone from this world, the better it will be.

    Absolutely agree, he has already done plenty of damage to Australia via the Open Family Institute and Gun Control Australia.

  51. Andrew

    In my opinion Soros is a malevolent and poisonous spider manipulating the strands of a sticky and unwholesome web. The sooner he is gone from this world, the better it will be.

    What does he actually want? He’s made a LOT of money – why does he want to destroy not only the economies but also society? Why does he want to live amongst jihadi and unemployed rioters, combining the worst of Greece and Syria? I don’t get it.

    And why do the GetUp and Avaaz addicts who universally have Murdoch6666 Derangement Syndrome happily bleat whatever treason Soros scripts from them without questioning either his wealth or motives?

  52. rickw

    The goals Ms Bishop was spruiking,
    The Goals

    Interesting that yesterday I got a text from Digicel PNG urging me to go to a website and support the UN Goals.

    Fuck Digicel, Fuck the UN.

  53. rickw

    Australia should pull out of the UN, pull up the draw bridge and sit back and watch the evolution of hell on earth in Europe.

    This is a great time to be Girt By Sea!

  54. Anne

    What’s most astonishing is that almost everyone accepts without question that tens of millions of Muslims need sanctuary in the West to escape an army of fifty thousand Muslim Conquerers.

  55. Anne

    What does he actually want? He’s made a LOT of money – why does he want to destroy not only the economies but also society? … I don’t get it.

    Andrew, your comment reminded me of the fable of The Scorpion and the Frog

    “A scorpion and a frog meet on the bank of a stream and the
    scorpion asks the frog to carry him across on its back. The
    frog asks, “How do I know you won’t sting me?” The scorpion
    says, “Because if I do, I will die too.”

    The frog is satisfied, and they set out, but in midstream,
    the scorpion stings the frog. The frog feels the onset of
    paralysis and starts to sink, knowing they both will drown,
    but has just enough time to gasp “Why?”

    Replies the scorpion: “I am a scorpion. Its my nature…”

  56. Andrew

    A reminder as St Mal tells the world that Krudd is the answer to their problems: it was the Kenyan – Rudd axis that announced a plan to arm the Syrian opposition against Assad, and A666ott and Putin opposing assistance to ISIS. And we saw the other day the latest iteration of the Kenyan-Rudd plan: offer to train opposition forces. They turn up, get issued their shiny new gun, and defect immediately to ISIS.

    For Krudd I blame incompetence – not the Kenyan though.

  57. Why does he want to live amongst jihadi and unemployed rioters, combining the worst of Greece and Syria? I don’t get it.

    Andrew, he won’t be ‘living amongst the Lower Classes’ We will.
    Take a look at Point Pipers demographics.

  58. rich

    Let the international progressives work together- they will reach peak stupid faster

    We just need to move them clear of the valuables and dwellings to make sure we survive the explosion

  59. rickw

    What’s most astonishing is that almost everyone accepts without question that tens of millions of Muslims need sanctuary in the West to escape an army of fifty thousand Muslim Conquerers.

    It’s not a fault, it’s a feature, Muslim armies have been driving an “innocent and persecuted” Muslim 5th Columns ahead of them for centuries.

  60. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Replies the scorpion: “I am a scorpion. Its my nature…”“

    The alternative version I had heard involved any river in the Middle East, and ended

    Replies the scorpion: “This is the Middle East, isn’t it?”

  61. teddy bear

    I think a large part of the blame must also be laid on the advisors the west have as well as the UN. We are constantly intervening in the middle east and instilling the least worst candidates yet bizzarely there is almost zero political pressure applied to any of the nations in the area especially the ones that we instill to get their act together. Not from the nations intervening and certainly not from the UN.

    The west goes in, deals with whatever crisis THEY have caused, all the while they along with the UN take polical pot shots at the west over any civilian casualties as they sit back and do nothing. The west just cops it on the chin.

    I don’t support the notion that we do nothing but if we are going to go in and help these countries deal with THIER problems then we must also apply the blow torch to their governments and make sure they rid their countries of extremists, especially the ones that preach it as well as deal with corruption and the like. Right now all we are doing is chasing our own tail while they (the UN included) continue to incite anti-western sentiment.

  62. .

    Why the fuck are you linking that horsehsit around here Anne?

    Do you believe miscegnation is wrong? That half caste people are “mogoloid”? That the “NWO”, controlled by “Zionists” exists to “kill off white people!”?

    Fucking read your links before you post them you imbecile.

  63. Anne

    Calm down Dot! You’ll have a heart attack and never see the wonderful world your children will inherit.

    Do you believe miscegnation is wrong?

    No, but I have a big problem with it being orchestrated by Government as part of a grand plan to people the world with only those deemed desirable.

    I don’t have a problem with the existence of different races.

    Do you?

    Btw, linking an article is not an endorsement of every sentence or sentiment expressed in its body or following comments.

    Please stop swearing. It’s silly.

  64. Ros

    “Japan’s prime minister said on Tuesday that his country would provide some $1.6 billion to assist Syrians and Iraqis displaced by conflict and for building peace across the Middle East and Africa……….But the premier brushed off any suggestion that Japan — which accepted just 11 of about 5,000 asylum seekers last year — would take in any refugees from the Syria conflict, the world’s worst migrant crisis since World War Two.”

  65. Ros

    “Japan is a signatory of the UN’s 1951 Refugees Convention, which is intended to guarantee protection for anyone who has fled their homeland because of a “well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion” and is unable to return.

    But the government does not class escaping war as a legitimate reason for claiming asylum, and has no plans to widen its criteria to include flight from conflict, Mr Sato said.”

    And they have temporary protection visas.

    Soros must be going down well in the country of his birth. Now he is an American lecturing Europe about human rights, that should be warmly welcomed as well.

    For all the posturing the internationalists, the global citizens, might be overeaching themselves.

  66. John

    Did anyone notice that Israel is in the Middle East?
    Did anyone notice that there are no emigrants/refugees from Israel fleeing religious or ethnic persecution?
    Did anyone notice that there are no “economic” refugees fleeing from Israel?
    Why?????

  67. .

    Fuck off Anne. You don’t have the high moral ground here or a right to accuse me of racism.

    You cite some bizzaro far right, antisemitic, white supremacist group, you apologise for linking it and fucking up, be a goddamned adult for once.

    Fucking read your links before you post them you imbecile.

  68. Ros

    Rather the reverse John. Their problem is stopping the flow in.

  69. Anne

    Btw Dot, for your edification- far ‘right’ is towards total Freedom, far Left is Enslavement.

    Perhaps that’s where you’re going wrong.

  70. incoherent rambler

    Take a look at Point Pipers demographics.

    How about handing out a map with directions to Pt Piper (with suitable places to camp/occupy) to all new “asylum seekers”?

    And there lots of spare space in parliament house in Canberra.

  71. 2dogs

    to absorb and integrate more than a million asylum-seekers and migrants a year, the EU needs to mobilise the private sector — NGOs, church groups, and businesses — to act as sponsors.

    Will these sponsors be allowed to choose their refugees?

    If so, this policy may work.

  72. .

    Anne
    #1813696, posted on September 30, 2015 at 4:48 pm
    Btw Dot, for your edification- far ‘right’ is towards total Freedom, far Left is Enslavement.

    Perhaps that’s where you’re going wrong.

    Anne you fuckwit – do you even read the links you post?

    Some choice quotes FROM THE SITE YOU LINKED TO:

    Mass immigration and multi cultural policies result in the blending out of existence the racial and ethnic qualities of folks, eventually producing the mongoloid human. Devoid of racial awareness and pride his allegence is to his new masters, those who have closely guarded their racial heritage through the wombs of their women folk whilst promoting miscegenation
    Will the Zionist controlled UN will take notice on that Law which they created themselves?
    The purpose of the NWO is to kill off White People!

    Either they are your mates Anne or be an adult and apologise for bringing this site I have lent my name to as a blogger occasionally into ill-repute.

    It is bizzare that you mentioned Agenda 21 in relation to that in the first place, to defend yourself in the name of “anti Islamic radicalism” is merely desperate handwaving.

    Just bloody woman up and be contrite.

  73. Justin

    There is a certain irony, dare one say hypocrisy, of the progressive left champagne socialist. On the one hand they can’t jump on a free conference and delight in the cultural splendours of France or Italy or whatever fast enough. Then laud it over their poor fellow guests at some dinner party or charity ball. Yet their agenda calls for a repudiation of the very essence of what makes those countries worth visiting. Unfettered immigration / multiculturalism will one day make visiting France and Italy pointless (as examples among many). There will be nothing left of traditional France or Italy to marvel in. The destruction of cultural antiquities under ISIS should be a warning as to the long term viability of traditional cultures in the face of Islamist colonisation. Will we one day see the burning of art works at the Louvre? The levelling of the Coloseum in Rome and so on? The very people that excuse the Islamist at every turn, blame the colonial oppressor on every occasion, play the victim card to win every argument, are the very people ISIS would target first to throw off a building, decapitate, or set fire to. Progressive internationalism is code for cultural nihilism. It is hard to work out their long term agenda. The very people they appease would be the first to put them to the sword. Their only commonality is totalitarianism. Eventually, that commonality will be determined by blood between totalitarianism of the Islamic variety versus totalitarianism of the socialist inner city hipster kind. You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to know which side will win out in that contest. Progressive internationalism is the path to Western civilisation ruin. It is the modern day equivalent replete with multilateralism , 24/7 media, reality TV, Facebook, twitter, of Nero fiddling. Only this time Nero is tweeting!

  74. Empire

    libertarian right in particular

    The libertarian right doesn’t want a bar of internationalism, Steve. More the point, a nation state with small limited government wouldn’t have the means to participate in such shit in the first place.

    You are confused about who the enemy is.

  75. Makka

    I see dot is deploying his outrage tactics to divert attention from the fact that he believes in and fully supports policies that enable the free movement of people across borders – because GDP!

  76. Jeremy Steyer

    I’m sure Sinclair or Aussiepundit or even Lem will be along any second to explain why having leftist internationalists in charge of our country is such a wonderful idea.

    They were the ones cheering Turnbulls enthronement so this entirely predictable outcome must have been exactly what they wanted.

    Can someone remind me why such people are still aloud to call themselves “centre right?” Shouldn’t the rest of us on the right run them out on a rail covered in tar and feathers?

  77. Jeremy Steyer

    Dot I find Anne linking a Conspiracy theorist site a hell of a lot less offensive than some people on this sites pretense that they give a damn about Australia while advocating open borders and mass immigration.

  78. Lem

    Hello Jeremy. Tar and feathers. That will work in sensible debate.

    Actually Jeremy, I have a view that the EU is a colossal failure, a nice idea perhaps in a peaceful world, but in reality a vast unelected bureaucratic regime which has destroyed it’s borders and made local European cultural identity a thought crime, and will lead to its’ own demise, eventually. Already the Schengen agreement has broken down for all intents and purposes.

    But don’t let my opinion stop you from projecting.

  79. .

    Makka
    #1813759, posted on September 30, 2015 at 6:01 pm
    I see dot is deploying his outrage tactics to divert attention from the fact that he believes in and fully supports policies that enable the free movement of people across borders – because GDP!

    With reservations, the above is absolutely true.

    You’re forgiving Anne for accidentally linking us to a whackjob white supremacist site. I know she didn’t mean to, but she should at least give a shit.

  80. Makka

    “With reservations, the above is absolutely true.”

    I know. We can all see the benefits of that policy in action right now across Europe. It’s a big winner with the Left for sure. Shame about quality of life national cultures though. I know, a small price to pay for the joys of liberty.

  81. Lem

    Dot, Sinclair and I have differed in the past on borders. I am a believer in very small government like them (in fact it can never be small enough for me). But:

    It is my view that the very least a government should do is provide security for the nation. Maintaining borders is essential in my view. Peaceful market economies cannot exist without it. In anarchocapitalism views it seems that providing security should and can be done locally and privately, but in reality there is economy of scale, and if one is to accept government, then keeping the peace according to the law and ensuring you know and control who enters your borders is the very first task they should uphold. R-G-R failed monumentally in this task.

    Secondly government should uphold and administer laws agreed to by consent of the local citizens (and not by representatives to the EU or UN by stealth).

    If they did only these things and left the rest to private citizens to work out, the world would be a better, cheaper, and freer place to live, because citizens of nations would necessarily have to take responsibility for the type of world they live in.

    So the concept of the UN is anathema to me, as much as the concept of the USSR, or the EU since it takes away the powers and rights of the people who are paying for it.

  82. Empire

    I’m sure Sinclair or Aussiepundit or even Lem will be along any second to explain why having leftist internationalists in charge of our country is such a wonderful idea.

    None of these people, to my knowledge, have ever advocated Australia cede sovereignty to an international body.

    The Abbott government, to the best of my knowledge, never advocated Australia withdraw from international treaties or cease paying dues to the cabal of alphabet soupists. Yet all the people you slur, have done so.

    I get that you’re angry, but you’re directing your invective at the wrong target.

  83. Mark A

    Lem
    “Maintaining borders is essential in my view. Peaceful market economies cannot exist without it. ”

    Very sensible Lem, trade agreements have the same effect without the interference of unelected officials in the affairs of a sovereign nation.
    But that was never the intention behind the EU idea in the first place, call me cynical but I’d say Germany achieved with the EU what it failed to do with WWII.
    Visa restrictions can be lifted so basically you have the same ‘open’ borders but retain the right to close them at any moment.

    “So the concept of the UN is anathema to me, as much as the concept of the USSR, or the EU since it takes away the powers and rights of the people who are paying for it.”

    Amen to that!

  84. cynical1

    You cite some bizzaro far right, antisemitic, white supremacist group, you apologise for linking it and fucking up, be a goddamned adult for once.

    Fuck off spot.

    If Tony Jones can link Bernardi to Golden Dawn….

  85. .

    cynical1
    #1813849, posted on September 30, 2015 at 8:55 pm
    You cite some bizzaro far right, antisemitic, white supremacist group, you apologise for linking it and fucking up, be a goddamned adult for once.

    Fuck off spot.

    If Tony Jones can link Bernardi to Golden Dawn….

    No imbecile, why don’t you, as a total non contributor to this blog – fuck off.

    The idea that we can post links to white supremacist groups (even as a mistake) and it is hunky dory is delusional.

  86. .

    Makka
    #1813795, posted on September 30, 2015 at 6:43 pm
    “With reservations, the above is absolutely true.”

    I know. We can all see the benefits of that policy in action right now across Europe. It’s a big winner with the Left for sure. Shame about quality of life national cultures though. I know, a small price to pay for the joys of liberty.

    Pure and utter (and utterly brazen) verballing you dishonest shit.

    You on the other hand, want Christian only immigration, severely limited to a fraction of what we have now and won’t admit it. Nor do you see ANY value in immigration, you clod.

  87. Denise

    Ros
    #1813440, posted on September 30, 2015 at 1:04 pm

    The goals Ms Bishop was spruiking,
    he Goals

    1: End poverty in all its forms everywhere

    2: End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture

    3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages

    4: Ensure inclusive and quality education for all and promote lifelong learning

    5: Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls

    6: Ensure access to water and sanitation for all

    7: Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all

    8: Promote inclusive and sustainable economic growth, employment and decent work for all

    9: Build resilient infrastructure, promote sustainable industrialization and foster innovation

    10: Reduce inequality within and among countries

    11: Make cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable

    12: Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns

    13: Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts

    14: Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources

    15: Sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, halt and reverse land degradation, halt biodiversity loss

    16: Promote just, peaceful and inclusive societies

    17: Revitalise global partnerships

    This appeared halfway through the Courier Mail the day after Mr Abbott was rolled.

  88. Fisky

    With reservations, the above is absolutely true.

    Oh. So the LDP support Merkel’s open borders policies then?

  89. Gab

    Those goals are verbatim from the UN’s Agenda 2030 diktat.

  90. Elizabeth (Lizzie) B.

    The idea that we can post links to white supremacist groups (even as a mistake) and it is hunky dory is delusional.

    Well said, Dot. I and many others dislike being in the company of such links. Not needed on the Cat.

    Immigration per se is not a bad thing and you do stand up for it within your own terms of reference, which are idealistic not realistic (imho). I get that and agree; the world since the Celts were awandering with intent into Delphi in the 3rd century BC and way before that the world has always been emigrant/ immigrant sort of place. Aborigines awandering around the coves of India down to Oz before the sea got big were immigrants too. We all emigrated Out of Africa once, except a few of the Africans who just wandered all over Africa.

    So I’m all for immigration in principle because population and trade makes the world go round.

    I’d just like to see it controlled given the current state of play, with lunatic ideologies like ISIS active and Islam as a malignant force in general, to say nothing of economies already swamped byleftist welfarism.

  91. Empire

    The 2009 Alfred Deakin Lecture is a useful starting point to understand the history of liberalism verses conservatism in the LPA. Yes, it was delivered by the jelly backed 18C sell out Brandis, but he does understand the history.

    http://www.theaustralian.com.au/opinion/we-believe-the-liberal-party-and-the-liberal-cause/story-e6frg6zo-1225791120808

  92. Empire

    Oh. So the LDP support Merkel’s open borders policies then?

    How much are the Krauts charging the migrants to cross the border? Oh that’s right, they’re not. They are paying them to invade.

    I agree furiously, Fisk. The policies are, for all intents and purposes, in a double entry accounting sort of way, the same.

  93. .

    Fisky
    #1813876, posted on September 30, 2015 at 9:34 pm
    With reservations, the above is absolutely true.

    Oh. So the LDP support Merkel’s open borders policies then?

    Fisk – I know you’re not ESL so you must be hammered now. Have a good night.

  94. .

    Australia can never have an “open border”. Girt by sea. You can’t just cross from Iran or Pakistan to Australia, even though no other countries are crossed.

    Most of the frauds and cheats coming by boat are coming here for free stuff. Cut them off welfare and virtually none of them will come.

    Even if there is still a residual need for a coast guarding role, it would be reduced by a large degree. Win-win-win.

  95. Leo G

    5. Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls.

    Empower? Equivalent Male?

  96. Ripper

    Everyone should read this and watch all the video’s

    There are some things that you look at, and just say to yourself:
    “No Way. That’s Crazy Talk.” and ignore.

    That had been my attitude toward “Agenda 21”. When I first ran into it, and took a glance. Yet Another UN Nutty Committee with Yet Another Crazy Agenda. So what?
    Just some “feel good crap” folks were mumbling at each other in the UN.

    From that point forward, as folks would bring it up, I’d think “I’m not going to get involved in running after Crazy Talk and be painted as a believer in Conspiracy Theories.

    But when you find that folks in position of influence and power are, in fact, following Agenda 21, promoting it, working to it’s goals, and, dare I say it, to its “agenda”…

  97. BorisG

    Some time ago an old Greek guy (maybe about 80) whose business went bankrupt or something was interviewed on the rdio. He said he still supported staying in Euro zone etc. They asked: what has EU done for you? It helped maintain peace. And I live long enough to know what the alternative means.

    what is happening now in Europe looks scary and presents a challenge but I think doomsday scenarios are premature.

  98. classical_hero

    Obey your master.


  99. Anne

    ICLEI, the ‘International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives,’ was founded in 1990. It is the result of the meeting of 43 countries at the United Nations in New York. While this international body plans its ‘sustainable development’ ruse, your property rights are under threat. It is part of the “Earth Summit,” Agenda 21.

    Alexandra Swann explains how the Central Planners ‘sustainably’ erode property rights and reclaim land and resources for the US Government.

    The same policies are at work here in Australia.

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/TDDWY7veVjc

    Is your Local Council on this list? Mine is.

    http://procinctu.info/iclei-list-members-agenda-21-implementation/

  100. I think it’s closer to self regard than self-hatred.
    For many progressives, actively attacking and denigrating their own culture and political and economic systems, is a sign of moral sophistication; one which the rest of us are incapable of. It’s also a risk free activity as opposed to say criticising Islamist culture.
    The need for people to validate their choices in a moral sense is innate.
    As traditional religion and particularly Christianity (which emphasised a personal obligation and sacrifice in acting justly and compassionately) has declined, this need has found expression in environmentalism and conspicuous, public expression of compassion.
    Again, this is risk/cost free.
    Demanding for example that border controls should be relaxed in the name of “compassion” doesn’t impact on the individuals publicly demanding it – or at least not yet.
    Publicly insisting that traditional marriage be dismantled and that anyone who disagrees is a bigot, costs the individual making the public statement nothing.
    Insisting that government act to limit the planets temperature to a defined value (only 30 years ago suggesting governments could control temperature would have been considered lunatic) is seen to publicly affirm an individual as sensible and serious – and again, costs nothing.

  101. Toby

    I have no truck either way with MT, and he doesn’t exactly yet have a track record as PM. I am willing to cast a gimlet eye over his record (while thanking whomever that at least we have a chance now of preventing Mr Shorten and his criminal controllers at the CFMEU from implementing a new White Australia policy).

    While Mr Soros is an A-class fool, this post is positively John Birch-ish. What the EU does in its dotage has little to do with MT.

    Mr Kates’s posts are sounding more and more obsessed (and not in a good way). They are all MT all the time.

  102. Anne

    The need for people to validate their choices in a moral sense is innate.
    As traditional religion and particularly Christianity (which emphasised a personal obligation and sacrifice in acting justly and compassionately) has declined, this need has found expression in environmentalism and conspicuous, public expression of compassion.

    I agree but there were also secular organisations like the Lions Club and Rotary, little platoons of volunteers who performed charitable acts for individuals and groups who were down on their luck. With the added bonus of one man encouraging another.

    For those of us who would be more likely to help a man in the street we are left resentful of the theft and paternalism. For those who would not they’re not exposed to the discomfort of moral superiority of their fellows.

    That humanity has been progressively eroded by Governments for whom there is no victim it won’t take money out of your pocket to help.

  103. Louis

    It really is an invasion. I was watching a truck driver’s dash cam footage from Austria uploaded to youtube. Arab men all along the highway were literally committing highway robbery. They had created obstructions in the road and as the traffic sat stuck there, they were opening up and helping themselves to the back of trucks and even some poor people’s caravan. You can also see a couple of them on mobile phones and 1 lone motorcycle cop who goes hooning down the road the wrong way. All it did is stop them for the second it took him to drive by. As soon as he passed they went straight back to robbing the trucks.

    There will be a violent retaliation in Europe. Their government’s have effectively abandoned them. People will take it upon themselves to protect themselves and then the Euro wankers will try to crack down on their citizens for doing so, which will cause the spark.

    I was watching Wilders give speak in the Dutch Parliament and as he warned of all the problems they were importing and how unfair it is that Dutch nationals were not given the kind of freebies handed out to refugees as a priority all the Cabinet members just simply smirked and those who got up called him racist, a nut and insisted that it was nothing short of mean spirited not to leave the borders open. They also kept trying to make-up suitable examples of refugees (i.e. a young Christian woman fleeing rape or gay Moslem men fleeing death) as the reason why all had to be accepted. All in the face that 99.9% of the ‘refugees’ do not match their examples and in fact are a group of people most likely to be responsible for the fate of those they gave as examples.

  104. Helen

    “Once we have been overwhelmed by migration, nothing of what we built will remain, other than some of those technologies we were able to develop. The rest will be utterly swept away in a sea of blended barbarism.”

    Europe has been here before. These words or similar were probably uttered in Europe 1500 years ago when the Barbarians invaded. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Migration_Period. Was that the end of Europe? No, those migrations led to a different, but bigger and better Europe.

    Australia’s been here before too. Words like these were probably uttered by Aborigines just a couple of hundred years ago. Was that the end of life on this continent? No, those migrants (us Europeans) led to a different but bigger and better Australia.

    This is the nature of human life since we left Africa. The land that experienced most migration over the last 5000 years or so – Europe – became the intellectual powerhouse of the world because of the continued infusion of people and ideas. It also became a centre of conflict and war for the same reason. The spin-off migrations from Europe, to the Americas, and Australia-NZ, also changed those lands.

    Of course there was collateral damage to people and cultures when this happened, and in Europe there will be more as this current phase shakes down. But the current events are just the continuation of the nature of Europe’s history, regardless of actions taken to slow things down.

  105. BorisG

    Did anyone notice that there are no emigrants/refugees from Israel fleeing religious or ethnic persecution?
    Did anyone notice that there are no “economic” refugees fleeing from Israel?

    there are also not many refugees from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, and UAE.

  106. nilk

    This is the nature of human life since we left Africa. The land that experienced most migration over the last 5000 years or so – Europe – became the intellectual powerhouse of the world because of the continued infusion of people and ideas. It also became a centre of conflict and war for the same reason. The spin-off migrations from Europe, to the Americas, and Australia-NZ, also changed those lands.

    Of course there was collateral damage to people and cultures when this happened, and in Europe there will be more as this current phase shakes down. But the current events are just the continuation of the nature of Europe’s history, regardless of actions taken to slow things down.

    “Collateral damage.” Mmmm, yes. We see how well that’s playing out in Rotherham.

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