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The Battle for the Bank: Australia's Struggle for Monetary Sovereignty

“The Battle for the Bank: Australia’s Struggle for Monetary Sovereignty” is much more than the simple saga of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. Rather it i...

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Comment by Michaelng Clayton on August 25, 2020 at 15:27

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Comment by Tony Ryan on July 30, 2020 at 13:30

I support your statements, Michael, but the pervasiveness of the globalists is much more thorough than you imply. To be accepted as a candidate representing the ALP or Liberal Parties one must agree to support all globalist policies: ie free trade, multiculturalism, deregulation, privatisation... and so on.

Thus, the major parties are swamped by investment banker puppets and, most certainly, all cabinet members merely follow orders.

To be practical, we all need to become aware that the most recent opportunity to "take our country back" was 1985 when Australian military intelligence personnel considered launching a coup to replace "the government which has betrayed the nation". As far as I know, that pressure dissipated and no entity has replaced it.

Since then, almost the entire NT has been annexed by the US military and soon Gulkula will become a launching pad for nuclear-armed ICBMs aimed at China (presented to Australians as a civilian aerospace project), and adjacent Melville Bay is to become the main US Navy base in the South Pacific.

As you might conclude, given the current programme of calculated provocations, the US is preparing for a war of aggression against China, as per the 2015 Rand Report recommendation. By my unqualified calculation, the Chinese will launch seven retaliatory or preemptive nuclear strikes in the NT... which makes speculation about Australian national sovereignty kinda academic.

China, for its part, fully intends adding Australia to its colonial acquisitions.  All of this is why Malcolm Fraser's legacy to the Australian people was the plea to abandon the alliance with the US, as a matter of urgency. He was in a position to comprehend the imminent danger in which Australians have placed themselves, especially as he was the leading edge of the US CIA coup of 1975, a puppet roll which he clearly regretted with maturing years.

So, if you are aware of what our next move should be, I am all ears. Anyone?

Modorators Note: Tony Ryan's Web Page

Comment by Michaelng Clayton on July 30, 2020 at 12:20

The question is who are our real enemies! Sun Tzu said: " If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle." Sun Tzu also said "Supreme excellence consists of breaking the enemy's resistance without fighting." Our real enemies are our own Governments. Most are under the spell of the NWO Bankers who control The United Nations, Washington D.C. The City of London. And The Vatican. We need to presure and remove any Government member who is dealing with these entities. We need to inform them if they don't work for the people. They will be charged with treason when we take our Government back! We need to support those fighting the Bankers. See the on archieve org a video EUROPA – The Last Battle ~ The Full Documentary (2017) Then watch The Battle For The Bank.

EUROPA – The Last Battle ~ The Full Documentary (2017)

Comment by Michaelng Clayton on July 30, 2020 at 11:41

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