Australian Sheeple – trans-humanism in reverse
by Dee McLachlan
Australia is the world’s largest exporter of mutton, but today Australia proved its primary industry is sheeple.
The ABC headline (today): “Donald Trump: 73 per cent of people in poll say he should be banned from entering Australia.” Assuming the ABC is reporting truthfully, it claims:
“Almost 10,000 people have voted in a poll asking if Donald Trump should be banned from entering Australia, with a whopping 73 per cent of them saying he should be denied entry.
“The Lateline poll came after a petition in the UK attracted more than 570,000 signatures calling for the American billionaire to be banned there because of his so-called hate speech… The Republican presidential hopeful called for a “total and complete shutdown” on all Muslims entering the United States and he also claimed that Muslims in New Jersey were cheering after the September 11 attacks.”
I’m no a fan of Trump, but this proves that:
1. The mainstream media (MSM) do brainwash the public (well at least 73% of them), and
2. The Washington “club” don’t want him in the White House.
3. The MSM and Australian politicians conceal the actions of the real criminals.
I remember clearly when President George W Bush’s visit was celebrated in Canberra and only one lone politician — Senator Bob Brown — dared to shame the president for his actions in Iraq.
Let us be clear. The US Neocons and the US political machinery persuaded the West (and Australia) to invade Afghanistan, then Iraq. This war was planned long before September 11, 2001 — as revealed by Ret. General Wesley Clark in 2007, and by presidential nominee and film producer Aaron Russo. This was premeditated destruction and murder on the grandest scale, and has resulted in global division and hatred.
So why do the Australian public tolerate these “war criminals” that are given the red carpet treatment here — and then want to ban Trump from Australia?
The MSM — which includes the ABC — has been successful in numbing the population into a false reality.
Trump became (more) famous as a result of 14 seasons of the reality show, The Apprentice. It is now up to the (rigged) voting system whether he gets hired or fired.
I am highly suspicious of Trump’s success and reported before on his spectacular rise. The in-house counsel at the Trump Organization claims Trump bought the leasehold of 40 Wall Street (now Trump Towers) for $1 million in 1995. This building is alleged to be valued at between $490 – $550 million, before debt. How did he get such a leg-up? And who is Trump beholden to?
The Washington political establishment appear to be opposed to “Sir Donald’s” entry into politics, and with the help of the MSM, seem to be trying to remove him from the race. I suppose they want the pretense of their democracy to continue.
But Trump’s straight-talking and promise to “make America great again” has been popular with those who have felt ignored by the political ‘club’ in America. But he is surely just another faction of the Corpratocracy.
The Australians That Want Trump Banned
Let us look at why he has garnered such anger in Australia. This is probably culprit #1:
“Donald J. Trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country’s representatives can figure out what is going on.” — in a campaign press release in December 2015. [Considering how Australia deals with refugees, this is like the pot calling the kettle black. Don’t forget Australian medical staff are threatened with jail if they tell the true horrors of offshore detention.]
This is my favourite Trump sound-bite:
Trump frequently declares that former Hillary Clinton should be prosecuted and jailed, AND “I hear he [Kerry] wants to run for president if Hillary gets put in prison, that’s what I hear.” [Hilary Clinton has broken the law on many occasions and should also be investigated for the Benghazi incident that resulted in Ambassador Christopher Stevens’ death.]
What else has Donald Trump said? (Many of these have been sourced from the 32 Worst Thing Trump has Ever Said.):
“Build a wall with a big beautiful door for legal immigration.” —GOP Debate, August 2015 [Sounds like Tony Abbott]
“Our leaders are stupid, our politicians are stupid… ” —GOP debate, August 2015
“NBC News just called it ‘The Great Freeze’ — coldest weather in years. Is our country still spending money on the Global Warming Hoax?” — Twitter, 2014
“I am being proven right about massive vaccinations — the doctors lied. Save our children and their future.” — Twitter, 2014, AND “No more massive injections. Tiny children are not horses — one vaccine at a time, over time.” [Many Australians wanted to ban Dr Sherri Tenpenny from talking about vaccines.]
“An ‘extremely credible source’ has called my office and told me that Barack Obama’s birth certificate is a fraud.”[Probably correct]
On Gaddafi: “He paid me more for one night than the land was worth for two years… I don’t want to use the word ‘screwed,’ but I screwed him.” [At least he didn’t plan the destruction of Libya]
“One of the key problems today is that politics is such a disgrace, good people don’t go into government.”
The Guardian reports Trump saying:
The US needs to focus on fixing itself rather than on “nation-building” abroad, and has long questioned the use of military force abroad to promote democracy. He vocally condemned the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
How did Australia become such a nation so unable to grasp the realities around us?
I find it incredulous that Canberra justified the Iraq war — even glorified it. At most it was an embarrassing mistake (as former prime minister John Howard declared). That is horrendous.
I think Trump has said some awful and inappropriate things, but now our ABC is inciting the public’s view on whether to ban him from Australia.
Thank goodness some Australians wrote back to the ABC with:
“Sigh the results from this show the disturbing state of discourse. Not agreeing with Trump isn’t really a reason to ban his entry…
“As though one sermon from Trump is all that Australia needs to rise to it’s full bigoted potential. As though it wasn’t already.” — Pearce Hayward
“People who support free speech complaining that people are exercising their right to free speech by voting ‘yes’ in this poll.
“Omg!!! Majority of Australians are morons. God help our nation.” — Tim Butler
I say — just start prosecuting some political war criminals to reset the balance. The list is long.