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A sorry demise of a once fine country

A sorry demise of a once fine country


by Jack Cade

Now in my twilight years I look at Australia today and wonder where that wonderful country that I grew up in and put my life on the line for has gone?

Today I see a place where greed and corruption take precedence, even among those politicians who betray us at every opportunity. I see a place where deadly violence is an everyday occurrence; a place where we have witnessed multiple cases of thuggery among our police forces in every state. I see a place where children are brainwashed in their schools with filth and depravity, where our armed forces are corrupted with a PC form of social engineering lunacy and our older citizens are disrespected and regarded as nothing more than a millstone around the neck of the welfare system.

I recall when Whitlam was making his run for government. At the time I was a SNCO serving with the RAAF and based at Butterworth in Malaysia. Whitlam turned up with his gang and was allowed to invade our mess to tell how he and his Labor government planned to save the world and make Australia the greatest place upon it.

The Whitlam Labor government hadn’t even warmed their office chairs before they betrayed Australia and signed the UN’s Lima Agreement that saw the end of our once thriving manufacturing industries. From one end of the country to the other manufacturing disappeared into the hands of China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan et al.

That was the beginning of the downhill run for this nation and ever since Labor, with the likes of Rudd, Gillard, Shorten, Plibersek and Albanese, have ground Australia into dust and they will continue to do so with the substantial assistance of those sad, apathetic, non-thinking and easily conned voters of which we seem to have an abundance.

Turnbull arrived on the scene to opine that Australia was the most successful Multicultural nation on the planet.  What he didn’t tell us was that multiculturalism is a buzzword for tribal and that is what we have become; a nation of tribes where white Australians are fast becoming outcasts in their own land.

Following WWII we were without doubt the most successful multi-ethnic country in the world at that time. We had migrants from war-ravaged Europe flooding in as fast as the ships could get them here. The difference between then and now is that those migrants were grateful and were only too happy to join in, to assimilate, to work hard, to become accepted and an asset to their new home. They maintained their individual cultures but didn’t try to ram them down our throats and we joined in celebrating their cultures and they ours.

Today we are being overrun with uneducated, unacceptable Middle Eastern and African so-called refugees, with sixth century mentalities, who have no intention of assimilating and make it quite clear that they want to turn this country into the cesspits that they made of their own. Work is a dirty word and we have a whole lot of them who haven’t had a job since arriving here up to 20 years ago. Some refugees haven’t worked for generations.

It was these latest arrivals that introduced us to the threats of terrorism. We have witnessed terrorist acts on our streets and within our communities against out law officers and innocent people. We have seen the uncovering of terrorist cells and the arrest of those who were planning to do us harm on a frightening scale and yet we see the Labor and their Green mates planning to bring even more of those threats to peace and security into our country. Yet another gross betrayal to the citizens of this country.

The more recent arrivals have learned to play our generous welfare system. Breed like rabbits and use that as a right to suck our welfare system for all it is worth—and then some. They play our legal system like a fine tuned violin while loudly proclaiming that endless welfare is their rightful entitlement.

Is it any wonder that we have 739,000 children living in poverty, and about 118,000 homeless living on the streets of our cities and our elder population living like paupers while inordinate sums of foreign aid goes to third world dictatorships to be pocketed by mostly murderous black tyrants. Let us not forget the huge sums of taxpayer contributions that disappear into the pockets of our own grossly over paid politicians who have done nothing that would entitle them to such overly generous recompense. In fact politicians cost us about $2 million each per year including the many perks.

Sadly, people such as Shorten, Di Natale and their obnoxious gangs of Marxists, with their intention of pushing us further in the direction of totalitarian government, will comply with the criminal dictates of the UN to destroy our sovereignty and drive this country further into the depths of ruin.

Equally as sad is the fact that the Liberal/National government is no better and are, in their own way, heading down the same track by bowing to the dictates of the UN and its sovereignty—destroying globalisation policies.

{ 19 comments… add one }
  • Jack Richards 10/02/2019, 7:54 am

    Very well said. But there is hope. Recent events in the USA, France, Italy and even the UK suggest to me that the drift to the left is starting to peter out. Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Austria now refuse to promote the Marxist madness. The stance of Poland and Hungary – that is, that they have no intention of simply handing their countries over to Islam and Africanising their populations – is a message stirring the hearts of many in other parts of Europe and the western world. Australia is always a few years behind but the same thing is happening here.

    • Neville 10/02/2019, 10:09 pm

      JR, I agree 110%. Likewise, I also see signs of increasing contemptuous rejection of the leftish movement/s – except that I don’t see them as a ‘drift’.
      From my observations, and some research, that there leftist push seems to have been going on for pretty much 100 years now, with the marxists’ appalled recognition that events in Europe following the bolshevik revolution did not go the way they wanted at all. So, in various different ways over the next 20-odd years, they created a ‘slow creeping revolution’ [my words], and they’ve been steadfastly implementing it ever since.
      I, like you, think the pushback is gaining force, and when it reaches speed, I think there’ll be blood in the streets, to a greater or lesser extent. Some evidence even now of violent reaction to leftist excesses; US, and now France.

  • Aktosplatz 10/02/2019, 8:10 am

    We need to vote against Globalism, and vote for an Australian Patriot. The question to ask each candidate at the May election, is what we should do about the Paris Agreement.

    If they say ‘Keep It’ they are Globalists; if they say’ Cancel It’ they are Australian Patriots.

    The Coalition / Labor divide is no longer apparent nor reliable.

    • DT 10/02/2019, 8:53 am

      Both sides have globalist plotters and the ring leaders are Shorten and Turnbull but with many others at their sides.

      The unions seized control of Labor, as journalist Max Walsh wrote in 2006 in The Bulletin Magazine. Union trained executive Shorten is of course now the Labor Leader. Mansion manoeuvred to control the Liberal Party via NSW soon after he entered Parliament, but was working on it earlier. One of his tactics was to establish the Wentworth Group to fund raise millions of dollars for the Liberal Party which provided his power base.

      His Australian Republican Movement list of who’s who gives his far left credentials away. And his ambition as a globalist to change our Constitution via winning a referendum (remember how angry he was when the last one failed?. PM Howard broke the heart of the nation Mansion moaned).

      Whitlam Labor got the march towards globalism moving here with free university education, signed the UN Lima Agreement and more.

      “I will not stand for socialism masquerading as environmentalism” Tony Abbott and like minded real Liberals and minor party people are our only hope now.

  • DT 10/02/2019, 8:44 am


    However, since the unions took control of Labor and influence Greens with donations and Labor favours, and since Mr.Harbourside Mansion entered Parliament by branch stacking against the sitting Liberal MP, the rise of the far left has become obvious. Union Labor Green Turnbull Associates.

    When Mansion decided to run away from the party room leadership spill and retire from Parliament he obviously knew that his game was over, time was up. On radio 2GB Sydney Tony Abbott commented that the worst was over.

    Since he said that Black Hand Faction, Turnbull supporter MPs, have decided not to stand as Liberal candidates at the next federal election. At least two will stand again for election and have become GetUp Independent campaign targets, Frydenberg and Hunt. And I wonder how many BHF people will announce that they are now Independent?

    PM Morrison turned away from Mansion not long after Mansion returned from New York and Bali where he represented the government he no longer led, and embarrassed PM Morrison and the Coalition speaking outside the brief he was handed. Morrison remarked never again will he have the opportunity to do what he did.

    Therefore there is some light at the end of the tunnel.

  • Botswana O'Hooligan 10/02/2019, 9:55 am

    Either by accident or by design, probably a bit of both, Whitlam is the greatest scourge this country has known for he set it on the path to ruin. Rudd and Gillard are but bit players when matched up against Whitlam but a contender for absolute and utter cold blooded bastardry is turnbull.

    • DT 10/02/2019, 3:12 pm

      StopTurnbull explains that “bastardly” at length, and his socialism or communism beliefs stem from his mother and relatives from the UK, an uncle who was a communist MP.

      Even at Sydney Grammar School Mansion talked about taking the (Socialist Fabian) approach to his after leaving high school objectives, “gradualness” (the inevitability of gradualness). He was off side with fellow Sydney University laws student Abbott and referred to sportsmen as “Jocks”.

      Mansion is in my view far more dangerous for our nation than Whitlam was, noting that he was a QC before politics and his wife Margaret Dovey was the daughter of a leading Liberal Executive member, Justice Dovey. Gough tried for Liberal candidate preselection a couple of times before turning to Labor.

      Change the Constitution, a republic, a one-party system of government, and much more including globalism is on Mansion’s bucket list.

  • Eliza 10/02/2019, 10:02 am

    Thank you Jack for writing one of the most succinct articles on how Australia has gone to the dogs. Yes Jack Richards there is hope in what is happening over in America France Italy etc but if labor get in I believe the damage they will do in 3years will be catastrophic and because the younger voters coming up have received in my opinion some of the worst types of left leaning education and are of the me generation I see more negatives for this once wonderful country than I do positives.

    • Jack Richards 10/02/2019, 12:08 pm

      Don’t write-off all young people. As they mature most become ever more conservative. I voted for Whitlam in ’74 and Hawke in ’83. There’s no way I’d do that now. School education is a fairly superficial thing. If the constant Marxist propaganda worked then Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, the Baltic states and Russia et al would still be communist. It’s also wrong to assume that all university students are raving left-wing fanatics – most are not. When I was at uni there were maybe 100 hard-core commos and twice that number of hangers-on. They made all the noise and organised all the demos – but there were over 20,000 students and 90% of those never took part in any of that shit.

      If Shorten wins, as seems likely, he’ll only last 3 years so long as the conservative side of things finds a leader like Howard or Menzies – or, even better, Donald Trump.

      Because the media is so dominated by leftist lunatics it “appears” that this neo-Marxism is popular – but you should never believe anything you see, read or hear in the main-stream media.

      I think the next election will be a lot closer than the “experts” think. Just remember that there wasn’t a single “expert” or “political commentator” who predicted the success of Brexit or the election of Trump.

      • Eliza 10/02/2019, 12:38 pm

        Actually Jack I am more or less in agreement with you except I never voted for whitlam!
        As I have genuine friends with pollies on the conservative side and those that believe in the true liberal philosophy of Menzies, I am aware of the massive damage that the macturd has done and will continue to do to the conservative side of the liberal party. I have never been a follower of the msm only read them or listen to them so that I am fully informed of their bias but I do keep abreast of political news world wide through many and various blog sites.
        Your words on the education at uni is quite true however too many people of my generation read, listen and sprout forth msm clap trap and this then gets passed down to the younger generation and I have seen this within my own family and many of their friends. Once conservative but through the lies of the climate change preachers and the do gooders on immigration all the younger ones now treat me and mine like we are from another planet. Infact as I said in another comment I have now been labeled by them as a troglodyte and a dinosaur.
        So though I am in agreement with alot of what you say I do not see a Trump , Menzies or Howard in my horizon.
        OT You and Jack Cade always write great comments and I love reading them so thank you.

      • Neville 10/02/2019, 10:19 pm

        Eliza covered pretty much most of what I was thinking, JR. And I also saw the minute numbers (as a percentage of all uni students) that you describe.
        I’m also inclined at the moment to your view that the upcoming will be closer than the (MSM leftist) pundits gleefully describe.

  • Rinaldo 10/02/2019, 10:56 am

    Here’s why –
    Loans at interest are unrepayable as the interest component is not issued into circulation. Borrowing has to increase and be continual to keep up with the compound interest rate. As borrowers become less, new debt free borrowers have to be imported to sustain the need for continued growth. In this case the Banks are killing two birds with one stone by diluting Christianity with non Christian immigrants.
    The Nation’s Credit: Senator Richard Darcey, 1941 ( ALP, Tasmania)
    “…………………On one occasion I told honourable senators that the people who sent us here are under the impression that the 111 members of Parliament in Canberra comprise a national government engaged in the task of ruling Australia. I have told the people repeatedly that their assumption is entirely wrong and that Australia is governed by the associated banks.
    Under the present system no government, can carry on its functions except by continuing the policy of borrowing. The only way to pay the ever-increasing interest bill is by borrowing still more. All money comes into existence through the banks in the form of a debt. That is why we are called upon to pay such tremendously high taxes to-day.
    I have spent a considerable part of my life expounding my financial theories to the people, hoping that they will some day realize what a racket is being put over them under the present financial system, and that an obligation rests on the shoulders of every member of this Parliament to scrap it…………………”
    “……..That is what I mean when I refer to corrupt governments. Any one who sacrifices the interests of the people for the benefit of profit-makers is a traitor. He is the fifth columnist of to-day-the enemy inside our gates.”

    – – Senator Richard Darcey Hansard 12 November 1941
    http://www.alor.org/Political Democracy/TheNation’sCreditSenatorRichardDarcey.htm
    “Today the Gentile Christians who claim of holy right have been led in the wrong path. We, of the Jewish Faith have tried for centuries to teach the Gentiles a Christ never existed, and that the story of the Virgin and of Christ is, and always has been, a fictitious lie. In the near future, when the Jewish people take over the rule of the United States, legally under our god, we will create a new education system, providing that our god is the only one to follow, and proving that the Christ story is a fake…Christianity will be abolished.” (M.A. Levy, Secretary of the World League of Liberal Jews, in a speech in Los Angeles, California, August, 1949
    Is it time to write America’s obituary? Is it time to say, ‘Goodbye, America’?
    “We, the Jewish people, control America, and the Americans know it.” — Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, October 3, 2001
    “We are god’s chosen people . . . Most Jews do not like to admit it, but our god is Lucifer — so I wasn’t lying — and we are his chosen people. Lucifer is very much alive.” – Harold Rosenthal

  • Geoff 10/02/2019, 11:20 am

    The time is near where people are going to have to take to the streets. We need start making these bastards listen somehow. They must now be held accountable.

    • Jack Richards 10/02/2019, 12:11 pm

      Buy a yellow vest.

      Every time the Coalition or Labor announce a new policy, write to your local member if it gives you the shits. I do.

  • nev 10/02/2019, 12:14 pm

    Thank you Jack, and those here at MM who keep bucking our hopes up.

    This has sat in my drawer for a while.
    Australia tries to make out we are a modern state, a country with a place in the modern world. Delusion has become our god, a sickness kindled by MSM and our entire civic construct.
    So dysfunctional has our system become that we are a bigger political joke than the post WW2 socialist Italians.
    At least they had demonstrated their suicidal bent, we on the other hand by hanging on to US might, offering our convenient strategic position on the planet and a willingness to present our youth as cannon fodder at the drop of a foreign hat or political expediency has always allowed the so called leaders of our Nation to bask in pretentious power and glory we no longer own.
    The mighty reputation of the ANZACS sabotaged to the point we now turn them over to be judged by the very enemies of the democracy they so valiantly fought for, on our behalf.
    Little wonder our military today is celebrated in Sydney’s “gay mardi gras” led by the genderless, masters of depravity that heads our modern ADF who promote a degeneracy for which our military are also a National and world laughing stock. These nothings in terms of human normality manifest in what has become our political leadership. Look at them! Aren’t they disgusting?
    And so here we are, bereft of any form of human normalcy, never lone decency. We laugh at the plight of Venezuela under a dictatorship, but are we so far behind them?
    Yet we have put up with a Prime Minister and leaders of the opposition who are seen to have no moral compass, fringe dwellers from an underworld of unimaginable depravity that boggles the human mind. Yet almost daily we see their twisted beliefs flowing into our schools at every level the younger the better it seems. Always urged on by MSM.
    A few years ago when someone read some of the contents in the Stop Turnbull archive the group reaction unanimously settled on a question. How were they, not incarcerated.
    How in deed? But somebody would always remind us of the Clintons and others would add more and more names of the so called illuminati, until it seemed hell was a thriving underworld. To retain sanity, seems we need our own “Looking Glass”. Are these the devils foot soldiers or is this our own imagining, are the Stop Turbull documents a fantasy? …………….I wish they were!

  • J.K. 10/02/2019, 3:59 pm

    Dear oh dear, isn’t depressing ? what this great country has become. some one said there’s light at the end of the tunnel, it must be a bloody long tunnel I cant see any lights.

  • Peter 10/02/2019, 5:08 pm

    I agree with all that you say. Our system does not allow for a Trump to come in and take control. I fear we will have to suffer all the misfortune Labor will bring down upon this country. Liberals are not worth a vote. Australian Conservatives
    are worth a vote in the Senate. After a massive loss I can only hope the Liberals will reinvent themselves without the Labor lite factions. There are no yellow vests here we have not suffered enough yet to reach that stage.

  • ibbit 11/02/2019, 10:01 am

    It is heartening to read the reaction to Jack Cade’s piece. I had just about given up hope of common-sense or, more to the point, honesty about Whitlam and in modern times, Turnbull and his political brethren, who gleefully follow his lead in betraying Australia to the UN and Globalists. The next – and most difficult step – is to convince voter’s to inform themselves and vote to save Australia and thus thwart Turnbull and his followers inside our parliament – from destruction of Australia. Turnbull and his mob are the rotting political carcass which Shorten now seeks to take advantage of to the further ruination of Australia.

  • Ex ADF 11/02/2019, 1:51 pm

    I agree with Mr Cades article, but somehow I sense that any “drift” to the right will be too late.

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