When will these evil Quislings allow open debate to do with our current banking and trade system? I’ve never managed to get an open debate on these matters. So I’ve had to come to the conclusion that these people are Quislings. Why could I never debate this matter openly even when Catallaxy was run under Jason Soon?
These Jews, and their subordinates in thief-economics, refuse point blank to answer simple questions about where their treasonous economic settings are taking us.
You bunch of traitors. If you believe what you are saying, then show up and debate it. If you don’t believe we ought to run (as a country with great debts) peace-time trade surpluses PROVE IT. If you don’t think we ought to be a high-wage manufacturing powerhouse SAY WHY?
That no Jewish economist in Australia has ever been willing to explain or defend his case proves that this is malicious damage to Australians. This campaign to lose our absolute advantage in manufacturing and to sell off the farm is a campaign of Jewish treason pure and simple. I cannot keep going with the belief that these people are merely stupid and ignorant. Yes they are stupid. Yes they are ignorant of economics. But they cannot be THAT stupid. They cannot be THAT ignorant. They are traitors.
And sometime I’ll get around to explaining the team-tag treason of Jewish economists when it came to our resources policy and the super-profits tax on mining. Not one side of this argument went to the favour of the Australian people in this dog and pony show masquerading as a two-sided debate. Not one side of this debate stuck to sound principles of economic science. Just see this travesty of idiocy from Sinclair Davidson and from the two other economists mentioned in his piece?
Note that there are Jews on all sides of this argument. None of them following sound economic science. None of them following the interests of the Australian people and their posterity.
Now here’s an interesting comment on this thread that I must confess to knowing nothing about:
I go back to the secretive and ideological partisan behaviour of Treasury in this whole exercise.
Without reference to their colleagues in AGSO or industry, they came up with ridiculous assumptions (my favorite was their estimate of coal and iron reserves) that were so detached from the reality of industry practice, and then deliberately tried to find a way of evading the complication of state royalties.
This was not impartial advice. It was a tacitly supported and intellectually compromised position from senior bureaucrats such as Gruen
Shame on them and those of us who spend months in remote isolated environments with bad food and rough accomodation will not forget these traitors. There needs to be blood so people understand the consequences of their actions.
First a Royal Commission into Treasury
Second a Royal Commission into CSIRO”
Gruen’s part in malicious damage to Australians and his refusal to debate issues is proven elsewhere. But certainly it would be interesting to see what influence he had in the mining super-tax disaster. A disaster wherein you have a controlled opposition. Where all sides were deliberately wrong and idiotic.