Australia’s future in trouble?

Australia’s future in trouble?

‘The rise of Jesuit-educated politicians in Australia is a remarkable conjunction in political leadership: a situation so rare that it may even be a first in the Western world.’ 

Date: 2013 John Warhurst

2013 is a significant year for the Jesuits in Australian politics and worldwide with the first ever Jesuit Pope. Francis immediately starts to implement Jesuit/Vatican II strategies 

So the Jesuits are considered to be very intelligent people but also involved in political espionage. The economy is going nowhere as labour and liberal are really just the good old boys from the same school of thought- New World Order (NWO)

Notice this statement concerning Jesuits: “Under various disguises the Jesuits worked their way into offices of State, climbing up to be the counselors of kings, and shaping the policy of nations. They became servants, to act as spies upon their masters. They established colleges for the sons of princes and nobles, and schools for the common people; and the children of Protestant parents were drawn into an observance of popish rites. All the outward pomp and display of the Romish worship was brought to bear to confuse the mind, and dazzle and captivate the imagination; and thus the liberty for which the fathers had toiled and bled was betrayed by the sons. The Jesuits rapidly spread themselves over Europe, and wherever they went, there followed a revival of popery. {GC88 234.3} The Jesuits alone flourished in the decaying nation, and ruled with dreadful tyranny over churches and schools, the prisons and the galleys.” {GC88 279.1} Written 1888

‘With an economy that is 68 per cent services, as I believe John Hewson put it, the entire country is basically sitting around serving each other cups of coffee or, as the Chief Scientist of Australia would prefer, smashed avocado.

Successive Australian governments have achieved economic growth by blowing a property bubble on a scale like no other.’

“In the 1970s … we became a third world economy selling raw materials and food and we let the sophisticated industrial side fall apart … If in the final analysis Australia is so undisciplined, so disinterested in its salvation and its economic well being, that it doesn’t deal with these fundamental problems … Then you are gone. You are a banana republic.

WE’VE WASTED OUR GRAVY TRAIN

What is more shocking is that despite the gargantuan amount of money that China has been pumping into the system since 2014, Australia’s entire mining industry — which is completely dependent on China — has struggled to make any money at all.”

The Howard government was a prosperous time for Australia and a time when when Jesuit trained politicians really took to the scene. Of course Tony Abbott ‘the monk’ became Prime Minister. He was followed by Jesuit trained and Jesuit lead politicians. Tony sort the advice of Cardinal Pell over many government matters. The Cardinal is awaiting trial and has previously been accused of pediphile activity and acquitted. Pell was called to Rome as the third in position to Pope Francis to clean up the Vatican bank scandal. 

 

What do the free trade agreements mean for this country?  The liberals did not put out a hand to save the car industry. The 2005 free trade agreement with thailand meant we bought 100,000 cars into Australia to thailand receiving 100 cars from us. Where was the government directing the finances of the country, their very charter for existence? And there be dozens of other such agreements whose consequences are yet to be felt.

“CAN WE FIX IT?

We have serious problems in this country. And I think they are about to become very serious. We are on the wrong trajectory.

I’ll leave you now with one final thought.

Harvard University created something called the Economic Complexity Index. This measure ranks countries based upon their economic diversity — how many different products a country can produce — and economic ubiquity — how many countries are able to make those products.

Where does Australia rank on the global scale?

Worse than Mauritius, Macedonia, Oman, Moldova, Vietnam, Egypt and Botswana. Worse than Georgia, Kuwait, Colombia, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and El Salvador.”

So where is the government pointing us to when we are in such a deplorable state in this country? 

-> LGBT rights in Australia

Jesuit priest Brennan (who brought us Marbo- that is land title rights) as did the Prime Minister Turnbull, followed the liberation theology ideals of minority rights ( a Jesuit ideal) saying they would vote yes for same -sex marriage  

and it gained overwhelming Government support,  directing the attention of the public away from economic wows that Australia will soon have to face but is not being generally reported. But if you can’t get what constitutes a family right despite presenting a Christian name and it’s a name only, then how can you have an healthy economy really anyway? You have to understand the moral fabric of society makes a society prosper and the fabric of society depends on retaining some Christian ideals.

 

Former Prime Minister was Tony Abbott was missing for the vote as were a small number of other. So in such neutrality…. on whose side can we really say they cast their vote?

‘Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull proclaimed a “day for love, for equality, for respect” as Australia became the 26th country in the world to legalise same-sex ceremonies.’ If only we could understand the gift of life in relation to real love or what the Bible calls charity being practiced in the community. Jesuit trained politicians from labor and liberal were united and emotional in the joy that resounded in parliament with a unanimous ‘yes’ to same -sex marriage. 

Good news though as  there was a marriage proposal in the parliamentary gallery. It was an emotionally challenged day for parliament as speech after speech spoke of overcoming challenges and even mentioning blood spilt for the LGBT cause. Ryan Bolger accepted his proposal with a loud “yes.” Their love is to be consummated soon. Will the Prime Minister get a wedding invitation?

 

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