SYDNEY MORNING HERALD ANNOUNCES THAT ASIANISATION OF AUSTRALIA IS ON!!
Fri, 24 Mar 2000 01:00:33 -0800
There was always more to the republic than the creation of an Australian Head of State.
The National Watchman No 7 (October 1999) stated that
“THE REPUBLIC AND THE GST MEET IN AN ASIAN DESTINY. THE TREASURER RECENTLY LEAKED THE REAL REASON FOR THE GOVERNMENT STEALING TAX. IT IS REQUIRED FOR THE ENTRY OF AUSTRALIA INTO AN ECONOMIC SUPERSTATE. THE REPUBLIC’S CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGES COMPLETE THE NECESSARY LAW THAT WILL ALLOW THE PRESIDENT OF ‘AUSTRALASIA’ TO RULE AUSTRALIA.”
For those that doubted the above as dramatic it is salient to note that the Asianisation of Australia is now officially part of the mainstream media push as all Australians are educated to the ‘benefits’ of globalisation. Pulling no punches The Sydney Morning Herald’s Spectrum (Saturday March 18 2000) article ALL OUR TOMORROW’s reviewed the possible future political integration of Australian and Indonesia. Today, for the article’s author Richard Tanter, “there is a possibility of a shared future, if we can find it and face it”. For he predicts that Indonesia will invade Australia; the logical solution (for a disarmed Australia) is to coalesce now and avoid the bloodshed. The result will be “in some sense a return to the pre-imperial South East Asia in which borders mattered less”.
When Tanter’s “result” is focused upon many of the changes in the northern parts of Australia congeal into a mass of definite form. For instance hidden in his article was the following paragraph that describes the covert attempts by elements in Australia to disenfranchise “Heritage” Australians of more land rights in preparation for that eventual day.
“The Mabo case led to recognition of prior ownership of the Australian continent by its indigenous inhabitants. Building on Mabo, Australian lawyers have proposed that Australia recognise the traditional fishing rights of Indonesian fishermen from the island of Roti, near the western tip of Timor. For more than 400 years these people have fished for shark, trepang, trochus, sponges and molluscs in the shallow waters around Ashmore Reef of north-western Australia”
After giving land rights to Aborigines we are being told we must give them to Indonesians. Simply translated this is “Economic Integration” carried on by subterfuge and enforced in law courts rather than in the parliament by the politicians.
The reader will soon see, as this article progresses, that Economic Integration cannot be separated from Political Integration. What the Sydney Morning Herald makes clear is that Australia is to be joined to Indonesian and then into an Asian Economic Trading block. The Australian Heritage culture will disappear in the change.
The concerns of the Australian citizen, your concerns, will not count in the splendid vision of the elites. It is as Paul Keating made clear that “ The case for re-defining Australia as an Asian country was grounded on the assumption that economies over-rule culture in shaping the destiny of nations”. YES – ECONOMIES OVERRULE CULTURE ! In this process even the High Court is prepared to overturn fundamental legal doctrine and its own case law to achieve the results of the real ‘controllers’ of our society.
The Federal government’s is not immune from the ‘controllers’. Thus the National Library of Australia, for instance, has canceled orders for books and newspapers about Western civilisation. Simply, under the New World Order Asianisation plan, Australia is to be made ‘Indonesia literate’ in preparation for our final integration into the Asian region.
The Northern Territory, due to its close proximity to Indonesia and ‘direct’ control by Canberra, has been the first state to Asianise. John Hepworth, University of South Australia lecturer in South East Asian politics
summed up the situation. “[W]ith its long term Asian population and proximity, Darwin has become much more a minor provincial town of South East Asia than an Australian city”. (The Sydney Morning Herald, Good Weekend Magazine -22/02/1997). Our educational integration with Indonesia is well under way with the necessary educational assimilation of Australia’s young. “More than 80 percent of all primary school children in Darwin study Indonesian from the age of five”.
The University of the Northern Territory has canceled its English Literature courses, substituting Indonesia and Chinese literature, to assist their focus on the Asian region. ABC television (7/7/97) reported that the core of the English department has been sacked. The Daily Telegraph clarifies the reality of the Asianisation that has been completed in Northern Territory’s educational institutions.
“Some literary studies will still be available – through Indonesian and Chinese literature, and as components of units in such areas as Black Studies and Women’s Studies”. Hence in the future the “university will concentrate on Indonesia studies and Aboriginal studies” (Daily Telegraph 26/06/1997)
Today Indonesia is a major player in the Australian meat market. The GOOD WEEKEND MAGAZINE (Sydney Morning Herald 22/02/1997) detailed how one Indonesian family now owns 1.5% of the Northern Territory with a further 1% owned by the Sultan of Brunei. That is nearly 3% of the land area of the Northern Territory owned by Indonesian South East Asia – at a minimum. (This was detailed in only a single article after what appears preliminary research by a single reporter).
“The Sultan of Brunei now owns three of the Territories biggest cattle properties. The Sabah Government has three stations covering more than 9,000 sq km and the Sarawak Government has one. And the biggest foreign land investor in the Northern Territory is now the Indonesian Bakrie family group, following its $ 100 million plus purchase of 11 stations and 18,800 sq km of land from the Warran Anderson Tippery group in 1993”.
Tanter’s article, reviewed in the above light, makes certain the intent of many of our politician’s concealed statements on Asia. Review the following in light of Tanter’s article and thesis.
The former Treasurer and Prime Minister of Australia said in 1997 that, “”I am utterly convinced that our prosperity, our national well-being, our ability to maintain and build a good society, depends upon our courage in moving boldly to integrate our economy with the economies of Asia”.
William Hayden , former leader of the Labor Party and subsequently Governor General. “I believe that if you look at things in the span of history, and not in one man’s lifetime, we will become not just a multicultural society which seem to be a soft sort of terminology anyway, we will become a Eurasian society and we will be all the better for it” (Melbourne Age May 10 th 1983) or “It is inevitable that Australia will become an Eurasian country…. A new race will emerge; I happen to think that this is desirable” (Asia Week 19 / 8/ 1983 pp.7)
Perhaps this understanding, i.e. that the Asianisation of Australia is being planed by both major parties, is why the editor of The Bangkok Post had the confidence to say “Australians have to come to terms with the inevitability of their Asian destiny”.
Tanter can, after many years of push by Australian politicians, with confidence correctly state that “‘Indonesia’ and ‘Australia’ are today part of the same global economic system”. The ECONOMIC INTEGRATION is now accepted as a fact! “Indeed,” Tanter says, “the two countries, apparently so different, were formed by the same pressures that are still transforming the world today”.
Tanter is correct although not in his sense. The reality is that world is being transformed by an elite caste: Tanter’s “same pressures” are simply the elite caste who now have direct control over the governments of the world. Tanter is forced to ask, by the evolution of his argument and the reality of the new Australian political condition, “Is it absurd … to think about an Asian Community, or a South-East Asian Community? Already both countries are part of the stuttering Asia Pacific Economic Co-Operation (APEC) Forum”. This of course is a self answering question as the facts that Tanter provides can hardly be absurd!
The real purpose of APEC can now be seen if it is viewed as a vehicle to bring into being the primary infrastructure around which political integration into an Asian superstate can take place. Today this is under way in subtle ways. China has purchased the South Australian electricity grid. We now purchase steel from Asia. The Courier Mail, as long ago as 1992 (21/04/92), noted,”An award winning Brisbane computer software company has sold an administration package to the Australian and Indonesian defence force in a sales pitch which could link the armies of South-East Asia on one multi-million dollar computer”. Simply the future plan for the integration of Australia and Indonesia’s military forces is well in place. We do not train Indonesians soldiers just because they are our regional neighbour.
Ominously, the end result of political integration will be that Australia is governed by Asia, through APEC, or a similar body; this will be AustralAsia. With this process the creation of the AustralAsia is to follow the standard formula that was used, by the New World Order planners, for the creation of the European Economic Community.
ECONOMIC INTEGRATION FOLLOWED BY POLITICAL INTEGRATION
Changes will of course have to be made to incorporate this brave new vision of the elites. One casualty must be the Australian concept of the political system. “Democracy”, says Tanter in the Sydney Morning Herald ”,in Australia as much as Indonesia, needs rethinking on the basis of shared transnational interests to regulate highly mobile capital”. Translated we must accommodate the desires and plans of the ‘elite caste’ of the New World Order.
Tanter, of course, is able to put the correct spin on this. “Yet the mobility of capital in this age of globalisation mocks and exploits the caste solidarities of nation labour. Nothing is easier than to close a factory in Wangarattta and move it to Tangerang. If we were to take things seriously in this single system, we would be looking for ways to equalise labour condition in the two places. That is already happening, but on the worst possible terms on both sides…What is needed is some frame work that will begin to allow a flow of labour to be the two parts of this single, imaginary system of “Indonesia” and “Australia”. At the same time there should develop a “leveling up” (instead of the current “leveling down”) of the political and environmental playing field in which labour is brought and sold.”
Fine words and a wonderful spin. Somehow I cannot see a mass Australian migration to Indonesia to experience their labour conditions. Thus personally this writer has more belief in the words of Neil Baird ( News Report Issue 62 Tuesday March 21 2000 – Email : [EMAIL PROTECTED]) who wrote, ” Welcome to Howard’s brave new labor world. We have started on the path to two very distinct parallel yet divergent societies – Similar to China’s Hong Kong – One Country/ Two Systems.
The workers increasingly will be rostered 12 -14 hour shifts in a 24 hour clock. The starting and finishing times of shifts will vary based on the flexible needs of the employer and not of the employee. Families will come under increasing strain and yet more will not survive, not that many are surviving now. Children will increasing rarely see one of the parents. This will lead progressively to the dumbing down of the next generation, even more than has already occurred.
The workers will increasingly be driven down into economic slavery. Real wages stagnating and then falling rapidly, once the Unions are completely emasculated. The working conditions progressively worsening until they are not much better than Malaysia… But not stopping there, until they are ultimately on a par with China, Indonesia and India. The lowest common denominator.”
While Tanter’s article is hidden in conjecture he does, finally, declare what for our politicians must be a known fact. “An Asian version of the European Economic Community would involve a great deal more than APEC’s deregulation of trade barriers…Is a new category of shared “Indonesia-Australian “citizenship inconceivable?” Nothing is to stop the jingoism that will lead us into an alliance with Indonesia for somehow, Tanter makes clear, “three decades of dictatorship and mass murder…makes it all the more important to do exactly that”.
The summary of all this is that ECONOMIES OVERRULE CULTURE and POLITICAL INTEGRATION MUST FOLLOW economic integration. But this is not the most important point. All this can only come about AFTER the removal of Australia’s current racial and political heritage. The Anglo Saxon Westminster System dominated by a Constitutional Crown. Our legal and political integration with Britain must be removed before our political and legal integration with Asia.
In the above context it is interesting to note the exploits of Mr. Jason Yat-Sen who was the ‘superstar’ of the Constitutional Convention; without his cleverness there would, today, be no republic. At the convention he was one of the few, privileged “ungrouped”; representing no particular group because of his ‘charisma’ and credentials of power.
The Sydney Morning Herald (12/02/98) reported on his last minute deal that created the Republic that was brought before the Australian people in November. Mr. Yat Sen Li’s photo dwarfed all else on the front page of Sydney’s ‘newspaper of record’. Under his photo, in an emphatic style were words, which almost credited Yat Sen Li as being the sole architect of the republic; they were “The republic Jason Li helped build”. On page four followed a second story on this amazing Asian constitution builder. This story was titled “Jason’s republican coup”.
In the last days of the Constitutional Convention the factions could not come to agreement. The last minute peace deal forged was the work of Jason; the Sydney Morning Herald described this as ‘Jason’s day’, so powerful was his role in bringing the republic about.
“One of the youngest delegates, Mr. Jason Yat-Sen Li , became a star when Mr. Turnbull incorporated his ideas for community consultation in electing a president in the winning republican model … [the day] belonged to Jason, a young man busy in the back rooms and corridors of Old Parliament House, helping to plan the future shape of the nation”.
Mr. Jason Yat-Sen Li is one Asian Australian who understands that British culture must perish for the vision of the elites, an Asianised Australia, to exist. “For Non English Speaking Background (NESB) Australians,” has said, “becoming a republic will signify an end to Australia kow-towing to British institutions and British superiority. It will mean that those who cling to the power and status of the former British empire will no longer find an official ally in the symbols of our nation…Those proud of their British heritage have
every right to be so, but they cannot use that pride as a reason for preserving the Monarchy in modern multicultural Australia. Becoming a republic is about proclaiming that Australia now belongs to [the NESB] Australians in all their diversity.” (The University of New South Wales Law Journal June 1998 V 4 No 2 P31)
With these words Mr. Jason Yat-Sen Li makes clear that the republic is integral in the Asianisaiton of Australia. Multiculturalism is but a precursor to our entry into the Asian trading block and the final handover of sovereign control to Asian forces and eventually One World Government.
The political reality that none dare say, in the age of political correctness, is this. The republic seals the fate of Australia to an Asian future; in accepting a republic Australians will have accepted their ‘Asian destiny’. This is a clear choice but clarity does not ease the burden of the understanding.
Today our politician’s multicultural dream has now met the political reality. Today Asia owns major parts of Australia, Asia own Australia’s industry and Asians occupy major portions of Australia’s cities. Our education system is now directed to our Asian destiny. Our military is linked into Asian command structures; in our next war with Asia Australians will die under Asian commanders. Everything that Asia sought in World War II and the ‘heritage’ Australians fought to prevent has been achieved in a time of peace with the aid of globalist political parties. The republic will complete the peaceful conquest. The end result must be as predicted by Tanter and endorsed by the Sydney Morning Herald : an Australia controlled by an Asian Economic Community.
Kerry Spencer-Salt B.E., LL.B (Hons)
The National Watchman
Australian Community Organisation
P.O. Box 136, Surry Hills NSW 2010
Phone : (02) 9360 0610