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 Leon and Lorraine have a great chat about the state of Dairying in Australia and how a PPP Bill might help- Great value-

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Roger Crook, life time Farmer joins us from WA to discuss the globalization of food and how farming has changed in Australia and how we are importing more and more processed food from other countries. Together we discuss: Are Coles and Woolworths controlling Australia's food supply? What part has Government played in turning its focus away from Farming to Mining and thereby neglecting our Food Security. Rogers website is Global Farmer in Australia.

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Hunting the Pirates of the Suburbs - Rena Iliades

Rena Iliades joins us to discuss the state of local councils in Australia today. Rena was one of a number of members of the Resistance in Melbourne who produced a documentary video entitled: "Pirates of the suburbs." Which plainly shows that local councils have become tyrannical bureaucracies that actively work to dominate the common people.

 Agenda 21 in Australia - Ann Bressington

At a time when most Australians feel betrayed by the political class, there is someone who has made a public stand for Australia and its People. Her name is Anne Bressington. MLC SA Parliament.

Anne is currently touring with Lord Christopher Monkton and it was at these meetings that she has publicly exposed the covert operation of Agenda 21 and those who have largely been responsible for framing it for the UN the Club of Rome.

She joins Leon to discuss the way that Agenda 21 is being carried out in Australia today. Together they discuss the secrecy and political complicity that accompanies this Agenda, how far advanced it is, the destruction of National identity, individuality, food security, and the communist intent of the UN.

 

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Plenty of fat to trim if leaders get real
Canberra Times | 22nd March, 2013
Alan Moran

Over the past 60 years, Australia, like most Western countries, has seen a very rapid growth in the size of government. Whereas 60 years ago federal and state government accounted for about 25 per cent of the national cake, today it is 35 per cent.

In an attempt to emulate the cost savings that market forces impose on private-sector... Read

 
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Tough task to rein in spending and regulation
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22nd March, 2013

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Sale means cash for state and better power for people
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22nd March, 2013

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Our freedoms safe - for now
The Australian
22nd March, 2013

Simon Breheny

 
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Gillard's legacy: what not to do
Australian Financial Review
22nd March, 2013

John Roskam

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There's an annual contest at the Griffith University in south-east Queensland calling for the most appropriate definition of a contemporary term.
This year's term: 'political correctness'
The winning student wrote:
'Political correctness is a doctrine, fostered by a delusional, illogical minority and rapidly promoted by mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a piece of s*** by the clean end.'

I could not agree more with this well-thought-out definition

 

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The Just Grounds -WARCRY from Bruce-
As the owner of this site - I am shamelessly promoting our members project of NATIONAL significance!!! It has the potential to return- literally Billions of dollars back to the debt ridden ,empty accounts of PRIMARY PRODUCERS
"It" is the PRIMARY PRODUCTION PRICING BILL see HERE

It has already been submitted to the Agriculture minister so input and support will be vital to get it up asap.
Thankyou-Rob Moore Ep 549 Primary Monopolies - Rob Moore Rob Moore of Just Grounds online joins us to discuss the state of the Cattle Industry in Australia and his attempt to develop a Primary Production Pricing Bill that Rob has instigated to begin transparency in the market for Primary producers. Rob shares his frustration in trying to advocate for primary producers and fair transparent marketing of produce. Together we discuss the disconnect between we the people and the political system and its players. We also discuss the way that institutions of power control and manipulate the economic and legislative process world 14.10.30 Rob Moore.mp3 476">               > This is from our member Cate Stuart and her family. They are facing very disturbing times. These are real issues that face me and many others who are in the same predicament. Cate is a very generous capable patriotic Australian and doesn't deserve a fate like this. My response has been on the highest level for national change and a soluton re the PPP above but we have Rowell Walton who with his family have endured a similar fate. Change has not come soon enough for many and it is getting worse by the month!

Roger Crook / August 16, 2014 / 1 Comment Do Coles and Woolworths control Australian Agriculture? In the future is the market, the demand food in China, going to be a ‘Golden Fleece’ for Australian food producers? Are we capable of increasing our production to meet what we are told will be the ever-increasing markets for food in Asia? More importantly those who should know, the ever-increasing number of ‘China experts’, claim that the growing middle class in China and other countries, like Indonesia, will be able to afford, pretty much at any price, what we produce and there are already several precedents that indicate that could be true. Milk as we shall see, Wagyu beef, premium wine and so on. I don’t think Australia stands a chance when it comes to developing a bigger business in China or anywhere else. I think we will fiddle around the edges, make big of little things. The reasons for my pessimism are: ◦Productivity in Australia is going down. Costs are going up. We continue to fight among ourselves we refuse to become organised and speak with one voice. ◦Farmers are suspicious of everyone looking at agriculture with new eyes, especially if they are foreign and have money. ◦Farmers (generally) are heavily in debt so they believe, and they haven’t been told any different, that their potential to change and repay those debts in the short term so that change can happen, is limited. How to reduce crop and increase sheep for instance. Where will the money come from? Are the banks in favour of change? Will change affect the value of the land? READ more of this great article - http://globalfarmer.com.au/2014/08/coles-woolworth-control-australian-agriculture/#comment-57

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