Posted by: graemebird | June 5, 2008

Kevin Rudd Desensitizing Us To TREASON.

I used to lament that there wasn’t some good word in the English language for treason-lite. Spooked always by that traumatising scene in King Lear where once the word “treason” is spoken all horror breaks out. Since treason was always the crime that called for punishments more severe than any other.

Now I wish there was such a word but there isn’t. And in this case there is simply no need for any inbetween word. Because Kevin Rudd…………………….. is desensitizing us…………….. to TREASON.

Even twenty years ago he could be forgiven for thinking that a “free trade deal” is actually a free trade deal. But its no free trade deal. Thats a lie. We can never let anyone on the net tell lies and describe this as a free trade deal. Its a treason deal.

We know what happens when you have a bureaucracy created and treaties are signed!!!! We already know that!!!. We have the example of the European Union. It went from a phoney free trade deal to a proto-dictatorship.

Look when these Brussel-loving-USURPERS in Europe… when they hold a plebiscite to expand their illegitimate powers…. when they hold a vote and it comes back positive they just say “onward” and keep grabbing more power. And when they lose the plebiscite they just say “We go on” and they go on expanding their power. 

Now WE KNOW THAT NOW. We know that these things aren’t free trade deals. We know that they are anti-sovereignty USURPATIONS.

Imagine if one of the Kings from the house of Plantagenet or the house of Lancaster was putting together a plot like what this bloody bloody milky bar kid is trying on. 

Its pretty clear that his relatives would get together and find some way for him to have a fairly short reign.

I mean you think of it. If the Black Prince was trying this sort of thing on, despite his legendary power in the field, his uncle John-Of-Gaunt would have him six feet under in a trice.

This has to be a ONE-TERM-GOVERNMENT. And if we can take some solace in the Reserve Banks ignorance, its likely the case that them messing things up is the only way we can get these latte-leftist wankers out of office.

In a way I’m more of a Labour man. I mean I have a bit of an affinity to characters like Martin Ferguson, Kim Beazley and especially Peter Walsh. Even if I’d disagree with them about labour regulation.

But this bunch of latte wankers running things now must go as soon as possible. And if you are in a room with Kevin Rudd never let him leave without a nasty bruise on his shin.

There is no free trade movement but a movement to unilateral free trade. We do not need to water down the other guys sovereignty in order to get benefits from unilaterally offering most of the world, mostly free trade, most of the time.

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AN URGENT STRATEGIC NEED.

We have to salvage the concept of free trade from these preening leftist traitors. 

And the only way to do this is to chart a course for persistent TRADE surpluses first and unilateral free trade second. Naturally the two measures could overlap in terms of rolling them out. But clearly charting the course towards trade surpluses is the more urgent matter.  We want to get to unilateral free trade without treaties, without excessive patents or copyright requirements, and without restricting our sovereign right to bring the hammer down on some country with a tariff, as a punishment, when we need to punish short of military action.

We want to have trade surpluses and when we get there the general public can be happier and more confident about further tariff reduction. Trade surpluses are important politically (as well as economically) because our economists have convinced the public that free trade means deficits and red ink as far as the eye can see and this is a terrible lie.

We would be doing an enormous favour to the cause of humane civilization if we chartered a course for Australia to typically run large surpluses most years and when we were sure that this outcome was in the works we could THEN offer virtually free trade UNILATERALLY.

There must never be any free trade treaties. Or perhaps there might be a twenty year free trade arrangement in return for materiel aid for a country under seige or something. But we do not want various geographies giving up local sovereignty for this cause.

But if we find ourselves involved in “free trade treaties” (which are NOT free trade treaties and never could be) THERE MUST BE NO ORGANIZATION INVOLVED WITH THIS TREATY. Because this organization is merely a cuckoo baby to undermine both free trade and our own local sovereignty.

And more generally speaking when two countries get together for a common purpose its got to be under the motto ACTIVITIES AND NOT ORGANIZATIONS. And those activities must be sunsetted. And the organizations must not ever be allowed to be set up because its only a matter of time before they will be taken over by latte-wankers and hard-core traitors.

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THE MAJOR STRATEGIC PLAN IN THREE STAGES:

1 PULL OUT FROM VIRTUALLY ALL INTERNATIONAL TREATIES.

2. PUT IN PLACE THE PLAN TO GIVE AUSTRALIA PERSISTENT SURPLUSES.

3. THEN CONVINCE AUSTRALIANS OF THE WORTHINESS OF UNILATERAL FREE TRADE TO MOST COUNTRIES MOST OF THE TIME IN THIS NEW CONTEXT. But we would never do this without retaining the ability to be able to act as a nation in our own interests. To bring the slipper down on foreign politicians who displease us.

So you are probably wondering: How do we chart the course to persistent Australian trade surpluses?

Well thats easy to do. But lengthy to explain. And so it will be the subject of another thread.

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  1. […] in the English language for treason-lite. Spooked always by that traumatising scene in King Learhttps://graemebird.wordpress.com/2008/06/05/kevin-rudd-desensitizing-us-to-treason/AFX UK Focus 2008-06-03 02:35 Australian shares lower led by banks on revived credit crunch worries […]

  2. Kevin Rudds got a real crack team of supporters here. Mark Hill was unable to maintain a single post of this thread for his inability to suppress his compulsion lying. And then Adrien comes on and reckons that:

    1. “Virtually All” means “All”.

    2. Pulling out of a government-to-government trade treaty means blockading that governments countries goods from entering ones own country.

    3. That if a government has a plan to relinquish resources back to the private sector THATS STALINIST. That this is Stalinist on the grounds of the magic word “plan.”

    You get it. You see Stalin had something that euphemistically became known as 5 year plans… And there that magic word is.

    Its not looking good for Kevvie when no-one can defend him against the charge of desensitizing us to treason, without just spilling endless nonsense and lies in order to do it.

  3. Graeme has you all figured out Adrien. You’re obviously a Rudd operative. How many pieces of silver did he pay you to sell us out?

  4. I salute your patriotism sir. Rudd should be tried for treason and then hung in public for his internationalist blather. And miscreants like Adrien should receive a bullet in the head for being the poisonous curs that they are. Sound the bugle my friend, sound the bugle and dozens of patriots like myself, armed to the teeth will take back our country.

  5. And miscreants like Adrien should receive a bullet in the head for being the poisonous curs that they are

    Ye and wot fookin’ air force ye fookin’ over-rated English pansy. It tek a Scotsman te play yer namesake in the movie. Otherwise the crood’d jus’ burst out laughin their arses off at an Anglish ponce attemptin’ to be macho. That’s why all the best Bonds are Celts. ‘Ey!

  6. Ah the cur can compose in English.

    Now look here, how do we know the young Turk isn’t a Turk and really is a Scotsman? Every indication suggests he is at the very least a very mixed up effeminate little socialist and such is not what Scotsmen I have known are made of.

  7. “Okay and then I changed. Now I’m asking ‘which’. Still waiting.”

    We’ve been over that already you idiot. You were supposed to name a treaty and I would tell you which we would dump, which we’d smoothly and diplomatically ease out of, and which we’d keep.

    Its dishonest spamming to try and go for the pretense that we hadn’t gone over this. That gets you wiped right there. This is not Catallaxy and we tolerate no lying threadwreckers here.

    “You talk about a plan to put Australia in surplus. Is giving resources back to the private sector the way you do that? ”

    Yes thats part of it for sure. The WAY you do this has some bearing. People cannot delude themselves that all this taxeater overhead can be rightly maintained and has no effect.

    “What if they take those resources and invest ‘em in a Barbados fruit juice franchise? Company based in the Caimans? Surplus for Oz???”

    INDEED!!!! and even Mark and Jason will back me up on this. The more our guys invest or lend overseas the greater is the tendency to move towards balance of payments surplus.

    The difference between what we export and what we import is the same as the difference between what we lend-or-invest, and what we borrow or accept from overseas in investment. The balance of payments always balances.

    “But alright it ain’t Stalinist then….” Not good enough. You have to admit that you were being an idiot to fixate on the word “plan” in the first place. Thats a JohnZ level of idiocy going on there.

    Taking the trucks that the Americans have given you and using it to truck millions of people to the gulag is not the same as reducing the size of government and enhancing liberty. Its not the same as that and cannot be made the same as that by hitching your wagon to the word “plan”. The plan to starve the dreaded Kulaks and collectivize farming in the Ukraine, is not the same as a plan to liberate our businesses so that they can re-industrialise. The use of the word “plan” cannot make it so despite your sophisticated JohnZ epistemology.

    “Graeme has you all figured out Adrien. You’re obviously a Rudd operative. How many pieces of silver did he pay you to sell us out?”

    That would be 30 pieces of silver Jason. Its 30 pieces.

  8. I appreciate your fine sentiments Mr Quartermain. And its great to know that we still have old-school Australians around the place who are ready for the day when we cannot leave matters any longer.

  9. We’ve been over that already you idiot. You were supposed to name a treaty and I would tell you which we would dump, which we’d smoothly and diplomatically ease out of, and which we’d keep.

    Well I did try to say that since we’re killing most of the treaties it might be easier if you were to tell us which ones we’d be keeping. Okay here’s a few:

    Agreement with the Government of the People’s Republic of China on Agricultural Co-operation
    [1984] ATS 14 Bilateral with China

    20 Nov 1986 Agreement with the Government of the Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics on Co-operation in Agriculture
    [1986] ATS 27 Bilateral with USSR

    15 Feb 1990 Agreement with the Government of the Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics on the supply of Agricultural and Mineral Commodities from Australia to the Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics
    [1990] ATS 9 Bilateral with USSR

    07 Feb 1990 Exchange of Notes with Union of Soviet Socialist Republics constituting an Agreement amending Article IV.3 of the Agreement on Cooperation in Agriculture of 20 November 1986 ([1986] ATS 27).
    [1990] ATS 46 Bilateral with Russian Federation

    14 Sep 1984 Protocol with the Government of the People’s Republic of China on a Program of Cooperation in Agricultural Research for Development.
    [1984] ATS 23 Bilateral with China

    09 Mar 1944 Agreement between the Government of the Commonwealth of Australia and the Government of Canada on the Principles of the Provision of Supplies by Canada of Canadian War Supplies to the Government of the Commonwealth of Australia under the War Appropriation (United Nations Mutual Aid) Act Canada 1943
    [1944] AT 1 Bilateral with Canada

    09 Jul 1948 Exchange of Notes constituting Agreement with the Government of Yugoslavia Regarding a gift of wool
    [1948] ATS 13 Bilateral with Yugoslavia

    01 Jul 1948 Exchange of notes constituting an Agreement with the Government of Greece regarding a Gift of Relief Supplies.
    [1948] ATS 11 Bilateral with Greece

    01 Jul 1948 Exchange of Notes constituting an Agreement with the Government of Hungary concerning a gift of wool
    [1948] ATS 10 Bilateral with Hungary

    08 Jul 1948 Exchange of Notes constituting an Agreement with the Government of Italy concerning a gift of wool
    [1948] ATS 12 Bilateral with Italy

    03 Jun 1948 Exchange of Notes constituting an Agreement with the Government of Poland regarding a Gift of Wool for Post UNRA Relief
    [1948] ATS 9 Bilateral with Poland

    06 Oct 1948 Supplementary Exchange of Notes constituting an Agreement regarding a Gift of Relief Supplies to Greece
    [1948] ATS 11 Bilateral with Greece

    09 Aug 1969 Exchange of Notes constituting a further amendment to the Agreement concerning the Foreign Exchange Operations Fund for Laos of 24 December 1963
    [1969] ATS 20 Bilateral with LAOS

    02 Feb 1989 Agreement on Development Cooperation with the Government of the Kingdom of Thailand
    [1989] ATS 4 Bilateral with Thailand

    31 Aug 1989 Protocol with the Government of Thailand concerning the Financing of a Railway Project in Thailand
    [1989] ATS 23 Bilateral with Thailand

    07 Oct 1999 Treaty on Development Cooperation with the Government of Papua and New Guinea
    [2000] ATS 30 Bilateral with Papua New Guinea

    26 Jul 1974 Protocol to the Second Nam Ngum Development Fund Agreement of 26 June 1974 ([1974] ATS 21)relating to an additional Australian Contribution
    [1974] ATS 21 Bilateral with INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

    07 Jul 1952 Agreement between Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations and the Government of the Commonwealth of Australia for the Provision of Technical Assistance to the governments of Tropical and Semi-tropical Regions in the form of a Eucalyptus Study Tour
    [1952] ATS 9 Bilateral with International Organization

    30 Mar 1984 Exchange of Letters constituting an Agreement to extend the Interim Agreement between the Government of Australia and the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources concerning Privileges and Immunities of the Commission, 15 August 1983
    [1984] ATS 16 Bilateral with International Organizations

    08 Sep 1986 Headquarters Agreement between the Government of Australia and the commission for the conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources
    [1986] ATS 21 Bilateral with International Organizations

    15 Aug 1983 Interim Agreement between the Government of Australia and the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources concerning Privileges and Immunities of the Commission
    [1983] ATS 10 Bilateral with International Organizations

    27 Apr 1999 Agreement with the Government of the United States of America on Mutual Antitrust Enforcement Assistance
    [1999] ATS 22 Bilateral with United States of America

    29 Jun 1982 Agreement with the Government of the United States of America relating to Cooperation on Antitrust Matters
    [1982] ATS 13 Bilateral with United States of America

    10 Jul 1974 Agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for the Application of Safeguards in connection with the Treaty on the Non Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons
    [1974] ATS 16 Bilateral with IAEA

    29 Mar 1997 Protocol additional to the agreement [of 10 July 1974] between Australia and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for the application of Safeguards in connection with the Treaty on Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons of 1 July 1968.
    [1997] ATS 28 Bilateral with IAEA

    Just a few. Keeping them. Ditching ’em???

  10. Now look here, how do we know the young Turk isn’t a Turk and really is a Scotsman?

    Virescit Vulnere Virtus.

    Oooh I luv this macho Gaelic stuff. 🙂

  11. “Well I did try to say that since we’re killing most of the treaties it might be easier if you were to tell us which ones we’d be keeping. Okay here’s a few:”

    No you didn’t say this. You instead lied and pretended that we hadn’t gone over this before.

    Yes of course all those treaties would be ditched. Only the Thai government one so far seems halfway worthwhile.

  12. ‘Adrien’ if you are indeed a Scotsman you are a disgrace to your forebears. As coarse and barbaric as your people may be they are at least patriots and warriors quite unlike your treasonous self defending these treaties – Trojan Horses drafted by the Bilderbergers and Rothschilds to enslave us to their Bolshevik-Bonapartist plans.

  13. No quarter need be given, Mr Bird, no quarter. Toughen up, for chrissakes. The Siamese can go their own way and we can go ours and never the twain need meet.

  14. Yeah you bet. Have to harden up. Lose some of that spare tire. Harden up the mind as well. At least I’ve hardened up my house on the Central Coast. Wired up the sides to prevent vandals from messing with the pipes. Stealing all my copper. How hard it is to live in a house without water. Had to goddamn move back to Sydney and deal with the hateful insurance people almost by remote control. Or remote lack-of-control. Their delays and silly-buggery cost me more than the original vandalization followed up by repeat-thievery.

    Bars on the windows and very strong doors. Finally have a couple of young women renting it.

    Hardening up our houses ought to be part of a longer term plan. One wants to have the firepower but we need to be responsible here. If you are going to get the technology together, to be able to thin out the numbers of any potential usurpers, who make it as far as ones neighbourhood, than that technology must be secured against the depredations of third parties who migh wish to come around and steal your copper whilst you are away at work.

    Sometimes we have to go overboard on the defensive stuff in order that we may later feel confident to get more offensive weaponry and yet still be able to own this gear responsibly.
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    What with Kevin Rudds relentless appeasement we can see that a hard rain is going to fall sooner or later.

    Look I like the free trade. I like the idea of of the working Asian man doing a lot of the work for us. Get the working Asian man working for the working Australian man. Thats my motto.

    But my point is that no free trade treaty is what it says. Once you lock in a treaty its just one more step for international-taxeaters to turn it into an un-free-trade BUREAUCRACY.

    Then you have built for yourself an whole income stream of stolen money thats entire purpose winds up being in the service of the ongoing treason and enslavement.

    IF WE CANNOT LEARN THESE LESSONS FROM THE EXPERIENCE OF THE EEC, AND THE GLOBAL WARMING RACKET, THAN WE CANNOT LEARN ANY DAMN THING IN A MONTH OF SUNDAYS . And we ought to have our asses whipped and be shipped home to country of ultimate ancestral origin.

  15. Good to have you around Quartermain. My girls are sleeping now, and its nice to know that there is a little bit of decency left in this world, with saltpeter and attitude behind it.

  16. Sir
    I respectfully request that you follow up with a post on the necessity of capital punishment before a military tribunal for all such traitors and collaborationists as Rudd and Adrien.

  17. Dear sir
    I agree with everything you write.

    You are my idol and I worship the ground you walk on.

    Please email me a photo of yourself post-haste and let us see where this beautiful friendship takes us.

  18. Beat it Percival you unhygenic sodomite.

  19. Not a very nice way to treat an admirer is it Graeme? After all, he could be a potential J Edgar Hoover or Joe McCarthy 🙂

  20. We don’t allow homo-talk on this forum Jason. No matter how truthful.


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