STORMNo. 128 Public Information Bulletin of Australian National Action Mai 2014
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WHITE TAXI DRIVER: A white Brisbane taxi driver told us:
“I used to make $500 in just five hours. Now I’m lucky to pull in $300 in a full twelve-hour shift. What’s gone wrong? There’s now too many taxis, too many taxi licences being issued and too many Indian drivers. These Indians enter the country as ‘students’ then instead take jobs like taxi driving claiming they need it to ‘pay their tuition fees’. Nobody asks what sort of Mikey Maus courses they are studying. It turns out most at training at TAFE to be hair-dressers, cooks and accountants. Did you know Australia imported 10,000 Indian- trainee accountants last year, all in the midst of greatest Depression since 1914? The Indians’ goal is Australian Citizenship which they obtain on graduation from any TAFE College”.
“An example of their illegal activities is to have up to ten Indians driving on the same taxi licence. When asked they all claim to be that same person but we owner-drivers can easily see they’re not. That method is now frequently used, especially with ‘457’ drivers*. The owners ‘hot bed’ them. That is, two Indian drivers share a bed in accommodation provided by their boss. As one driver drives, the other one sleeps, then they swap. The first ‘sleeps’ in the bed while the second drives. And so on”.
“The boss rents one house but fills it with up to ten Indians. Then he deducts their ‘rent’ from their wages, making it even cheaper for him. Why employ Indians over local whites when there is obviously no ‘skills shortage’ to justify the issuing of 457’s? Simple: money. Locals expect a 50/50 cut with their bosses, Indians do not. They’re happy to work for 40/60, the boss keeping the lion’s share”.*457 refers to a Visa 457. Created to overcome an alleged short-term ‘skills shortage’ in 2004 but now just a backdoor for illegals to gain citizenship. Under Regulation 457 an employer may make application whereby, having taken reasonable steps to recruit locally, he can obtain Immigration Department permission to import ‘needed workers’ if same can be proven to be in ‘short supply’.
A.N.A. ACTIVITIES: People often ask: ‘what has ANA been up to? We never hear anything’. Good! ANA has returned to its origin, which was to mimic Australia’s Trotskyite Left organs. These specialized in infiltration of larger political groupings and attempting to ‘turn’ their policies and actions in the direction the ‘Trot’s’ desired. It is the method ANA’s First Chair, J. Saleam, perfected. We have tried to follow it ever since. So if you ‘don’t hear from us’ take it we are ‘at work’. Here are two ANA tales fit to report, the KAP and NCC.
KAP: Katter’s Australian Party was formed in early 2011 by renegade National Party of Australia MP Bob Katter Jnr turned Independent. An MP in Queensland State and the Federal Parliament for 38 years for Kennedy the largest seat in Queensland – 338,000sq km – compare this to the smallest in Queensland, an Australian Labor Party seat in Logan (slum) City, Kingston at four sq km. Bob quit the rural-focused NPA after they became too like their allies the urban-based Liberal Party of Australia. Bob sat ‘cross-benches’ as an Independent.
LIBERAL-NATIONALS MERGE: Then the two parties – NPA and LPA - merged in 2008 as the Liberal National Party so Bob formed his own party , the KAP. Ran 76 candidates in 89 seats in Mars 2012. Had two seats from LNP defectors. Lost both of these but gained two more so went from two to two. Many on the Right had placed their hopes in Bob and seen them dashed. What had happened? ANA had contact within. Here’s ‘what happened’ in a branch on the fringes of Brisbane:
“I contacted KAP HQ at Banyo. ‘Can I join a local branch?’ ‘Join? Why not form one yourself!’ they said. HQ put us in touch with another local who turned out to be an ALP member and trade union official. As TU’s are the backbone of the ALP I wondered why he wanted to join KAP. He told a good spiel then said: ‘don’t try to contact me I do nightshift so will be asleep during the day’. Fair enough. But after six months and no word I called HQ. ‘What’s the go with the branch?’HQ: ‘Oh, the other guy [TU/ALP member] met with a local LNP member, who also wants to join KAP. They agree they see no need for a local branch till after the next election’ [i.e. in Mars 2012, still seven months away].
I was finally contacted by KAP’s local candidate just one month prior to the election. Using my local knowledge gained from previous elections and only he, his wife and kids for help, with four weeks hard work I managed to deliver him 2,000 votes on polling day. He was very grateful. After the election the candidate and I agreed to join the nearest existing KAP branch as KAPHQ still refused to let us form one. He and I attended three of their weekly branch meetings immediately following the election.
Was pointed out to us that their candidate got only 1,800 votes to our 2,000. Was quite resentful. After all, they had a branch and we didn’t. I suggested our candidate run for the next Federal election, due on Sept 2013 in 18 months. This would help us avoid a repeat of the delays experienced before the State election. They refused. Instead they insisted on pointless weekly meetings to discuss - what? At that meeting, same thing. At the next meeting…you guessed it. We smelt a rat.
At our initial meeting with our candidate and I had been speaking favourably of the NCC. Several people became openly upset and some even got up and left the building. This included a Vietnamese guy in a wheelchair. After the meeting I was approached by their former candidate and now branch chair. He said: ‘all these people are ex ALP: they hate the NCC! Next time I’d appreciate it if you don’t’ mention the NCC at meetings’. Aha!
Let’s get this straight: KAP HQ allowed ALP and LNP set-ups to stop genuine members from setting up a branch.
Then they steered the genuine members into a fake KAP branch run by the ALP? Hmmm. Did we eventually get a Federal candidate? Yes, but once again only a month before polling day. Did we get our man, who had a high profile and had gained 2,000 votes? No, they ‘chose’ a nobody who was obviously an ALP agent. 18 months had been wasted in weekly ‘meetings’. On what? Nonsense. Sole goal was to deter genuine seekers and members.
KAP HQ refused to do anything. No officials would talk to our contacts only the junior official girl who answered the phone but “cannot comment on policy”. During the 18 months we were only allowed to meet Brisbane members at Qld Parliament Annexe for a BBQ. 28 attended but when party HQ officials were questioned as to policy direction and planning we were all fobbed off and treated like fools. One official, the unhelpful office girl, said: “we want members to donate $50,000 each so we can move HQ from Banyo to the CBD”.
“Why?” I asked.
She: “Banyo’s just too far from the CBD!” looking exasperated by the question. So I asked: “do we get a tax deductible for party donations?” She: “if you need to ask for a tax deduction you aren’t rich enough to be in this party!”After all that, you might wonder how well did our Federal candidate do? He got fewer votes than our 2,000 gained at the State election but as each Federal seat is comprised of five State seats, that means he got 2,000 from 75,000 voters instead of 2,000 from 13,000 voters. The upshot was the LNP won both the 2012 State and 2013 Federal elections.
KAP FAILS ELECTORAL TEST: In the 2012 State election KAP got 11% from across Queensland but was sabotaged by ALP/LNP preference swaps i.e. their votes negated ours. LNP won 75 seats of 89. ALP won eight and KAP two. KAP beat the Greens, so we were now officially the No.3 party in votes. The ultra-Left Greens were demolished, due to their support for the ALP extremist Left policies. Still, the Greens came fourth. We all expected a re-run of the Queensland results at the 7th September 2013 Federal Election. KAP expected to ‘build on the State results’ but a month before the polls the LNP pulled a massive rabbit out of their hat of dirty tricks.
PALMER 'BREAKS' WITH LNP: A billionaire and LNP ‘life member’ Clive Palmer staged a noisy but very public ‘walkout’ from the LNP. The next day he founded his own party. A break – but what over? The media never asked and Clive never mentioned it again. We in KAP smelt a rat. Palmer’s Palmer United Party went on to spend an alleged AUD$17 million in that month, far outspending KAP. Worse, it drew all the attention from donors and potential members. KAP was ignored by the media but was denied access to paid ads by its lack of funds, PUP garnering all these. A friend in ANA said: ‘look’s like when BNP was ambushed by UKIP’.
PUP TRUMPS KAP: Overnight PUP had the required number of candidates and was running blanket advertising on all media, especially TV. The result? PUP literally ‘stole’ KAP’s votes, PUP winning 11% of the votes and KAP only 1.5%, down from the predicted 12.5% the day before Palmer made his very public ‘break’ with the LNP. Does all this sound like ‘sour grapes’? Then let’s see what differences, if any, there are between KAP and PUP policies. What’s Palmer stand for? No one knew then or now but he was everywhere in the controlled media.
PUP A FALSE FLAG? It was impossible not to ask: was he really ex-LNP or just a false-flag operations on behalf of the LNP to cut off the threat from the KAP? In Juli 2014 the new Senators elected on 7th Septembis 2013 will take their seats. It is then that ALP/Green control of the Senate will change to LNP/ PUP control. With LNP in control of both Houses we will see some ‘action’. Just as in 2004 when John Howard introduced laws that destroyed his government and lost him his seat, only the second Prime Minister to do so since 1901.
DVD REVIEW: My Way (2011) (137 minutes) (In Korean, Japanese and Chinese+English Subtitles).
Universal Pictures; Comcast; CJ Entertainment; SK Planet; TV Chosun; Director KANG Je-Kyu. Asian cinema makes Sollywood films look like so much dross. Bias? Of course. No CG here. Want a thousand extras? Don’t photo-shop them; just hire them! Real people in real films about real events.
This story is a stunner and all true. Korean director Kang Je-Kyu recounts in the 40 minutes Making Of featurette how it all began. “I saw a photo from the D Day beaches of German POW’s. Among them was a Korean. That sparked my interest. As did a later TV documentary on the man”.
A Korean at the Normandy landings? But…fighting for the Germans! We won’t tell too much but this tale is a real hummer from two obscure battles of WWII, i.e. no Americans were involved so it’s as they ‘did not happen’. The battles were Nomonhan in 1939 on the Chinese-Mongolian border and Zkedovsk Russia in December 1941.
As to the ‘how did Koreans get into the Wehrmacht?’ we’ll let you hire this for an eye-opening view from ‘the other side’. Finally something more than just additional US wartime tripe such as 2014’s The Monument Men. Yuk! US soft-power in the world rests on two things: its control of our minds via Sollywood and the holo-ho tale. Intertwined with the second is the implicit: ‘we saved the world from the Nartsi menace’ i.e. we punished whites who wanted to be free and used other enslaved whites to do it. 70 years later we are still in chains. Thanks but no thanks! [query our use of Creole English? All electronic words are now monitored by US spi agenceez. Their computerz use correct Engrish, so we should not. Helpz stay unmonitored an outta gayal longa. Try speaking it rather than reading it. RE]
BOOK REVIEW: Stalin: Triumph and Tragedy by Dr Colonel-general Dmitri Volkogonov (Moscow: Novosti/London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1989).
“In July 1941, Stalin, Foreign Minister Molotov, and Beria [secret police chief] met Bulgaria’s ambassador Ivan Stamenov. Stalin asked Stamenov to act as mediator in peace talks with Hitler. Stalin offered to hand over to Germany the Baltic States, Moldovia, Ukraine and Byelorussia. He was proposing a second Brest-Litovsk. Stalin said: ‘if Lenin could do it, so can we’. Stamenov refused the role saying: ‘why bother? You’re going to win!’ ” (p.412).
“On 29 July 1941 W. Churchill wrote to Stalin asking what assistance Britain could provide. Stalin replied: ‘[the Western Allies] must guarantee the USSR 30,000 tonnes of aluminum, 400 aircraft and 500 tanks per month. Without this the USSR will be defeated. Subsequent aid from the Allies was on a massive scale but is consistently ignored by Soviet historians” [our emphasis] (p.485).
[Hitler’s prediction on 6 June 1941 that ‘this war will last only six weeks’ was accurate. No one could have envisaged the massive influx of aid for the Bolsheviks from their alleged foes, the Capitalists. RE].
“Within two weeks [of the German attack] Soviet forces were forced to retreat 450 kilometres. Soviet losses were colossal: 30 infantry divisions had been wiped out; 70 divisions had lost 50 percent of their man power; 3,500 planes were destroyed; 50 percent of fuel and ammunition. All this after only three weeks of war! Germany had lost 150 thousand men, 950 aircraft and hundreds of tanks. There were thirty thousand POW’s, ‘mostly lost parachutists’ (sic). (p.417).
“On 29 June 1941 Stalin ordered Beria to form 15 NKVD divisions from his existing personnel” [to match Hitler’s SS divisions?] (p.479)
“Stalin put General D.G.Pavlov, Commander-in-Chief of the Western Front, on trial along with Generals V.Y. Klimovskikh , A.T. Grigoryev and A.A. Korobkov. All were accused of being in an ‘anti-Soviet conspiracy’ in that they had ‘failed to train their troops for action’ and these had subsequently ‘surrendered their weapons to the enemy’. The four generals were charged under Articles #319 and #320 of the Criminal Code. All were sentenced and shot on 22nd July 1941, their property confiscated” (p. 421).
“Millions of soviet troops were captured. All those who managed to escape back to Soviet lines were immediately arrested and sent to ‘Special Camps for Checking’. Many of these were executed; others were sent for long terms in concentration camps. Stalin sanctioned the arrest of a large group of army generals. Some were sent to camps, others were shot” (p.425).
“In August 1941, Shaposhnikov reported to Stalin: ‘of 212 army divisions, 90 have only 80% of their full complement of troops. The Germans still have 60 divisions with 500 thousand men.’ By 30th September 1941, the Soviets had lost 96.4% of their combat aircraft” (p.425).
“On the 16th August 1941, Stalin signed into law, the notorious Order #270. In part it read:
‘Any who surrender are to be regarded as malicious traitors and are to be shot on the spot. Cowards and deserters are to be destroyed. Their families are to be arrested and deprived of all state funds and assistance’ ” [i.e. starved to death] (p.427).
“As a direct result of Order #270 Y. Stavski soon was able to report to Stalin: ‘the 24th Army alone has shot 600 of its own men for attempted desertion or panicking’ ” (p.427).
“On 17th Sept. 1941, after Stalin had refused to allow a withdrawal, Kiev fell. 452,720 men including 60,000 officers were captured along with all their equipment. Stalin was largely responsible. 500,000 troops were listed as ‘missing in action’ after Kiev” (p.429).
“On 12th May 1942, Stalin launched an offensive at Karkov. By the time it ended on 26th July 1942, twenty Soviet divisions had been wiped out”. (p.431).
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