Page 4, issue 33
A Once Great Nation
We once made ships, planes, vehicles, trains, white goods in OUR OWN factories. There were jobs for everyone and almost everyone worked without the need for dole payments.
It is not true that Australia is too small a market to have its own car industry. Japan is not the only Japanese car maker's market. The World is. It is not true that Japan can make the cars cheaper because they have cheap labour. Their wages are high and their car industry is fully automated. The work is done by robot welders, fitters, turners, painters etc.
There is nothing smart about giving our coal and iron to Japan at cutthroat prices, letting them make the products, and export the goods to us.
The ALP/Dem/Lib/Nat/Greens have conspired against Australian workers, taxpayers and our youth. They would give $4.2 bn over ten years to foreign car makers to "keep jobs here". That same $4.2 bn would build a complete Australian owned car production empire, The jobs would be Australian and instead of a huge tax bill the profit would be ours.
We can spend billions on education but, unless there are real factories where hands-on learning can take place we are as skilled as any child who learns to ride a bicycle by reading bow-to-lide-a-bike in a book. Firstly - Without practical work to support the theory there is no useful knowledge. Secondly - New technology starts in the factories and over a decade filters down to the universities and high schools.
Australia once built huge ships out of Australian steel using Australian worker in Australian shipyards for Australian profit.
Our education system has achieved nothing for Oz. We have supplied a steady stream of highly qualified theorists to the Transnational corporations. The graduates have no future in Oz because there are no factories.
It is no accident that we have lost our industries. All major parties in Australia have accepted the dictates of the New World Order. If you are not familiar with the dictates oi the New World Order you would be well advised to learn. It is an insidious plan to de-industrialise Australia so the Transnational Corporations can
Why our industries went away
I again remind readers the ALP/Dem/Lib/Nat/Greens have put into force a UN agreement to transfer our technology overseas. Below I reproduce the Department of Foreign Affairs, News Release, M82, 20/7/78, Andrew Peacock MP, where he admits the transfer is deliberate and going to plan.
The transfer of technology to developing countries is another basic concern. We are participating actively in the work in the United Nations system aimed at drawing up a code of conduct for the transfer of technology. I am convinced that the developing countries would make rapia strides if the technology appropriate to their needs was made much more freely available to them. It is equally clear that the Research and Development capacity of developed countries could be readily and relatively cheaply directed to that objective.
In the field of industrialisation Australia has broadly accepted the Lima Declaration and plan of action on industrial development and co-operation. We will therefore assist in action designed to accelerate industrialisation in developing countries and will be participating fully in the relevant international consultations on that objective*
Australia can and did build cars in Australian factories providing jobs for Aussie fathers, sons and for future generations.
have their cake and eat it too.
The selling point for the New World Order agenda is that "we do what we can do best" and cooperate with other nations doing what they do best. Using our materials and their cheap labour we get robbed selling the minerals and energy and they get rich reselling and manufacturing.
in practice the Transnatmnals own the uranium, oil, coal, gas, iron, aluminium, silver, lead, zinc etc. They make the profit on the raw materials. The Indonesian slaves get a dollar a day working in the Transnational owned factories in Asia. The slaves might make 100 pairs Nike shoes in a day. These sell for $140 so The New World Order (Globalism) only benefits the Transnational.
The Chinese have a saying, "You rob me once then shame on you. You rob me twice then shame on me." The ALP/Dem/Lib/Nat/Greens allow the Transnational to rob us of our resources, jobs, our very society TIME AND TIME AGAIN. The big time media fawns on these traitors and smears any who would be loyal to Australian workers and the children of ilns nation.
We are not helpless. If every reader takes this page to his/her federal and state members and says, "Look. Enough is enough. We want you to implement policies that protect Australia. We want our industries back and we want an end to the wholesale sell-off of our nation. What are you going to do?"
Australian designed "Jindavik" pilot-less aircraft being built in Australia by Aussie workers with skills and jobs to apply skills
If you would hit the mark, you must aim a little above it." Longfellow
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