Fraser Anning - The Rise and Rise of a Complete Moron

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  1. mmm....shiney!

    mmm....shiney! Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    What a dickhead! May as well go and join the other retards over at Pauline Hanson’s place. A couple of good policies around the UN but a whole swathe of national-socialist crap around interest free government banks, pensioners and immigration.

    Unfortunately he’s popular around here with all the other economic retards who haven’t got a clue about life.
     
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    Agree. A nasty piece of work.

    From The Guardian:

    Liquidators say they have spent eight months unsuccessfully chasing Fraser Anning for documents about a failing business, which the senator has also not disclosed to parliament.

    Anning’s business, Gazelle Rentals Pty Ltd, has been in liquidation since April 2016, and in May 2018 owed $216,000 to creditors, according to documents filed to the corporate regulator.

    Anning is currently listed as the company’s secretary, director and one of two shareholders, but has not disclosed his involvement with Gazelle Rentals to parliament in his register of interests.​
     
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    There are two policies In take issue with.

    1. Ending third world immigration. No doubt he goes into it in greater detail in his policy documents but I really couldn’t be bothered reading any of that tripe. I’d challenge him to define what he calls the “third world countries”, that is such an outdated view of the world. Typically narrow-minded. Secondly and I’d like to hear why he has singled out people from “third world” countries to be prevented from settling here. No doubt it’s got something to do with values and religion and is rooted in a world of misconception, irrationality and denial.

    2. Establishing a government funded bank to offer interest free loans. So taxpayers stump up $$$ to lend to other taxpayers over a period of time say 25 years to presumably buy property in an attempt to drive down the cost of home ownership and eventually are repaid with money that is worth less than the previous amount of the loan? And this cheaper money won’t drive up the price of housing?

    Wouldn’t it be easier just to cut out the middle man ie the State and let taxpayers keep their own money rather than have it taken from them by a bureaucrat only for it to be returned back to them minus the cost of the whole process of course?

    Of course they’ll be lining to vote for him because we all hate Muslims don’t we?
     
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    His immigration policy and also what he would do with all these African crime gangs is the best. I would vote for him!
     
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    mmm....shiney! Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    So third world immigration really means Sudanese? Why doesn’t he say that?

    You seriously can’t vote for a socialist that would drive up the cost of living and increase inflation could you? Seems a bit strange being a member of a PM forum and advocating for someone who is opposed to sound money principles.
     
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    The LDP are a better alternative for your vote @Skyrocket , tougher on crime, sound monetary and economic policy, greater individual freedom and stricter immigration controls. :)
     
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    I would vote for Anning also. Not worried about his life as you are. That is minor compared to what Anning stands for.
    @shiney this poll results below puts your view in a very small minority mate. Everyone is entitled to voice their opinion though.
    Australia is currently bringing in 630,000 immigrants per year. This is way too many and I do not see how anyone could agree this is ok. We do not have the infrasructure to cope. It is all about sustainability.
    Any poll plebiscite held would have the results scewed in favour of what our corporate government wants.

    The COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA is a privately owned overseas corporation which is registered in the USA to a USA privately owned corporation that being the USA Federal Reserve Bank (Rothschild). So our whether LNP or ALP they are both owned and controlled by the corporate structure as are our State and Local Governments. This all occurred by stealth many years ago. Our puppet politicians know this but will not tell us the truth.



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    https://www.xyz.net.au/poll-result-massive-majority-aussies-back-fraser-anning-immigration-vote/

    And here is a comparison of how many people think Australians should have a say in how many people get let into this country versus those who don’t:

    Should Australia hold a plebiscite on immigration?

    • Yes (96%, 8,402 Votes)

    • No (4%, 312 Votes)
    Total Voters: 8,714

    If ever there was an example of how badly out of touch our entire political and media establishment are with ordinary Australians, this is it. To emphasise the point, going by the comments on our poll, many of those who voted “no” did so because they believe such a vote would be rigged, and they would prefer that the Australian parliament just did its job and legislated to reduce immigration.
     
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    The COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA is a privately owned overseas corporationwhich is registered in the USA to a USAprivately owned corporation that being theUSA Federal Reserve Bank (Rothschild). So our whether LNP or ALP they are both owned and controlled by the corporate structure as are our State and LocalGovernments. This all occurred by stealthmany years ago. Our puppet politiciansknow this but will not tell us the truth.
    Coke or Pepsi ,lib /labour
    The illusion of choice, Bread and circus
    The Australian way
     
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    What are your opinions about his immigration views?

     
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    I'll preface this by saying I'm not racist. And I recognise that on the surface this may seem at odds with what I'm about to say.

    Fraser Anning has a point regarding Sudanese immigrants. There's a reason why the African continent has much higher rates of violent crime than other countries. Violent crime rates in America also tend to be much higher in black neighbourhoods. I wish it wasn't this way, but the facts simply cannot be ignored.

    The idiot Left-wing do-gooders who chose to ignore the facts are bringing down Australian society, and I'd challenge them to live in Sub-Saharan Africa for any length of time.

    My opinion is that Stefan Molyneux's views are spot on:

     
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    As much as I have hard views on immigration, fgn policy, the Vic Govt's massive lack of action re gang crime and our politicians kowtowing to fgn nations and the UN (note: Get us the hell out of the UN !!!!!!) , and the fact the US was sold out back in 1913 re the Fed, I'm struggling with your comment re Australia being a privately owned overseas corporation. Refer below.
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    https://www.sec.gov/cgi-bin/browse-edgar?action=getcompany&CIK=0000805157&

    http://amimakingsense.com.au/2012-australian-government-corporation/


    2. Foreign Governments can voluntarily register with the SEC
    Because US investors are used to looking in the SEC database to find financial reports for potential investments, some overseas governments choose to voluntarily register with the SEC so that they can upload their financial records to make it easy for investors interested in buying their government bonds.

    That is why the Commonwealth of Australia and the State of Queensland Australia and the New South Wales Treasury Corp are registered with the SEC. (Find the SEC listings here: Commonwealth of Australia, NSW, Queensland

    The Commonwealth of Australia has registered because it is acting as a guarantor of the Queensland government debt and so it’s also making its financial records available to investors.
     
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    COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA IS A CORPORATION.
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    What follows is the complete explanation of the contempt by all Political Parties of the;
    Australian Constitution Chapter One, Part IV. -- Both Houses of the Parliament.
    Section 44 and Section 46;

    Over the top of the original Constitutional Commonwealth of Australia, came two successive CORPORATIONS known as NATION-STATES or SOVEREIGN NATIONS [a Nation is NOT a country so to speak] which belong to the UN and IMF and were lawfully imposed over the top of the Original Constitutional Commonwealth of Australia due to the bankruptcy/receivership of the Original Constitutional Commonwealth of Australia in 1929 with rearrangments and reconstructions of the debt repayment terms and conditions resulting in the AUSTRALIA ACT 1986 which is a CORPORATE CHARTER for the SOVEREIGN NATION [Corporate Nation-State] of AUSTRALIA.

    In consideration of the fact that virtually ALL of the Constitutional entities in ALL of the western/Christian countries were bankrupted or went into receivership at the same time in 1929, it is also therefore possible that the STATUTE OF WESTMINSTER itself is nothing more than a corporate mirror-image, rather than an actual IMPERIAL act of British Parliament.

    The term "AUSTRALIA" when used by the courts does not refer to the land mass country known as Australia but to the CORPORATION the COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA established around 1929 unless specifically or impliedly stated otherwise. The AUSTRALIA ACT 1986 is the CORPORATE CHARTER for the corporation known as AUSTRALIA and AUSTRALIAN CITIZENS are PERSONS of which the Creator has no respect for, who only have benefits and priveleges and no Constitutional rights - this unfortunately is the absolute majority of the population.

    see more in link below

    http://www.peoplesmandate.iinet.net.au/Government_as_Foreign_corporation.html

    https://www.righttoknow.org.au/request/is_the_commonwealth_of_australia

    https://wakeup-world.com/2012/11/09...ng-as-government-in-australia-and-world-wide/

    And it gets worse

    GENOCIDE TREATY ... from the UNITED NATIONS ... so this also applies to Australia

    Only a NATIONAL GOVERNMENT has the power to commit "genocide," which is the killing of an entire race of people. And only a government, when its troops invade other nations, can attempt to destroy an entire race outside of its borders. Neither an individual nor a group of individuals can commit genocide. And if they were to try, they would quickly be jailed under already well-established criminal statutes. Thus we see that only nations can commit genocide, never individuals; and only a nation can blot out a race; an individual can only kill individuals.

    see more in link below

    http://www.angelfire.com/on/3angels/genocide.html
     
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    Most of my views are in the minority. :)

    However, I would preface that with the argument that might (the majority) does not equal right. I believe it is immoral for anyone to force their values on to others this includes the majority of voters. So I find any argument based upon majority rules to be invalid.

    There are better policies around immigration than simply a non-discretionary ban on refugees or economic migrants from "third world" countries as Anning has suggested. One of the more interesting solutions would be a scheme where potential immigrants would pay a bond or surety of which a portion of which would be refundable minus adminstrative costs upon completion of a probationary period or in the case of refugees they may be sponsored by individuals or organisations.

    As far as sustainability goes, the most effective way to improve sustainability is through advances in technology and economic opportunity, including the removal of any subsidies/financial support for Australian primary producers - another key policy of Anning's party.
     
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    @shiney! Can you not see there is a much bigger picture at play here than just immigration. The elites are deliberately destroying the fabric of our society , the family , with all of their divisionary tactics. Use immigration as part of the tactic to divide us by race , gender , sexuality , religion etc. United we stand , divided we fall. The elites view the people as the enemy. Our fake government is not a friend of the people they are just a corporate arm of the United Nations.

    With the Genocide Treaty mentioned above one also need to consider the document below SILENT WEAPONS FOR QUIET WARS. Immigration is just one part of the agenda of the elite . . .For the big picture also think weaponised weather , chemtrails , vaccines , flouride in water supply , chemicals sprayed on our food , smart dust , 5G coming soon with no enviromental impact study required , elites stealth control/take over of governments worldwide. Add all = NWO

    http://www.stopthecrime.net/docs/SILENT WEAPONS for QUIET WARS.pdf
     
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    Prospective residents of Australia should abide by our laws and values. We should be selective about who enters this country but more importantly new arrivals should be held accountable for their actions and the most effective way to do that would be to hold a bond over their residency. That way, potential migrants would be vetted before they come to our shores. They either can afford to migrate or they can't and someone else takes the responsibility for them, because we all know the State can't take responsibility for anything.

    Anning is a simpleton, his solutions are therefore simplistic. Unfortunately he will gain many votes and our national IQ level will continue to decline as the stupid are rewarded at the expense of the intelligent because the stupid will wield the power.
     
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    Fraser Anning is truly uncuckable. I agree we should look carefully at migrants from Islamic cultures. The values of Sharia are incompatible with Western democracy, individual freedom, and equality.
     
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    @ shiney! ... so far you have called Anning a dickhead , a moron and a simpleton. Your view is clearly not that of the greater majority of Australians.
     
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    Elites collectively planning the destruction of our society is not my thing. :)
     
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    As I explained before, I find any argument resting solely upon an appeal to the majority to be both immoral and invalid.
     

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