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Every Man Should Have A Rifle

So I sit and write and ponder, while the house is deaf and dumb,
Seeing visions "over yonder" of the war I know must come.
In the corner - not a vision - but a sign for coming days
Stand a box of ammunition and a rifle in green baize.
And in this, the living present, let the word go through the land,
Every tradesman, clerk and peasant should have these two things at hand.

No - no ranting song is needed, and no meeting, flag or fuss -
In the future, still unheeded, shall the spirit come to us!
Without feathers, drum or riot on the day that is to be,
We shall march down, very quiet, to our stations by the sea.
While the bitter parties stifle every voice that warns of war,
Every man should own a rifle and have cartridges in store!

~ by Henry Lawson, 1907 ~


KING O'MALLEY, (1858-1953),

The founder of the Commonwealth Bank. On September 30, 1909 in a five hour speech on the subject to the Federal parliament, O’Malley emphasized:
“The private Banking System of the Commonwealth is only legalized monopoly for gathering of wealth from the many, and its concentration in the hands of a privileged few. The system established by America’s first Treasurer, Alexander Hamilton, should be adopted instead,” he argued adding “I am the Hamilton of Australia. He was the greatest financial man who ever walked this earth, and his plans have been improved upon. The American experience should determine us to establish a national banking system which cannot be attacked. We are legislating here for the countless multitudes of future generations, who may bless or curse us…”

In 1939 King O’Malley had vigorously entered the: Save the Commonwealth Bank Campaign”, by publishing a booklet, “Big Battle”. He wrote, “I trust that all good and patriotic Australians will swear by the altar of their gods, the tombs of their Ancestors and the cradles of their children, that they will never vote for Parliamentary candidates whose secret mission is to destroy The Commonwealth Bank… and whose brains, if extracted, dried and placed in the quill of a cocksparrow and blown into the eye of a bee, would not even make him blink.”

The President & Press Speech

(11) “ For we are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies primarily on covert means for expanding its sphere of influence—on infiltration instead of invasion, on subversion instead of elections, on intimidation instead of free choice, on guerillas by night instead of armies by day. It is system which has conscripted fast human and material resources into the building of a tightly knit, highly efficient machine that combines military, diplomatic, intelligence, economic, scientific and political operations.

Its preparations are concealed, not published. Its mistakes are buried, not headlined. Its dissenters are silenced, not praised. No expenditure is question, no rumor is printed, no secret is revealed it conducts the cold war, in short, with a war-time discipline no democracy would ever hope or wish to match……….

Today no war has been declared—however fierce the struggle may be, it may never be declared in the traditional fashion. Our way of life is under attack. Those who make themselves our enemies are advancing around the globe. The survival of our friends is in danger. And yet no war has been declared, no borders crossed by marching troops, no missiles have been fired.”

 John F. Kennedy. 1963



The Money Power


Frank Anstey 18/8/1865--31/10/1940. Member for Bourke 13/4/1910—7/8/1940. And mentor to John Curtin. Published a book called The Kingdom of Shylock, in which he described the "money power" which he said controlled and manipulated capitalism from behind the scenes. "London is, so far, the web centre of international finance," he wrote. "In London are assembled the actual chiefs or the representatives of the great financial houses of the world. The Money Power is something more than Capitalism. These men constitute the Financial Oligarchy. No nation can be really free where this financial oligarchy is permitted to hold dominion, and no 'democracy' can be aught but a name that does not shake it from its throne."Anstey described this system as the "Black Masonic Plutocracy." "These men constitute the Financial Oligarchy, this group of speculators properly designated and distinguished as the Money Power, controls the whole mechanism of exchange, and all undertakings in the field of industry are subject to its will and machinations. It wields an unseen sceptre over thrones and populations, and bloody slaughter is as profitable to its pockets as the most peaceful peculation." James Hume Cook held the seat of Bourke after Frank Anstey until Solicitor Maurice Blackburn won it, the same Maurice Blackburn Solicitors’ that are now mounting the class action against Bank Usury.


Authorised: Jeff Davy, Shepparton, VIC

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