When it comes to exposing Zionist power over the Australian Government, how far do we want to go down the rabbit hole? Simply consider the power of the Balfour Declaration after the Great War by Great Britain, and the fact that Australia remains within the auspices of the British Crown.
The influence of the “Israeli Lobby” (as it was dubbed by former Foreign Minister Bob Carr) is real, despite the fact that the Jewish community in Australia (mostly concentrated around Sydney and Melbourne) numbers less than 100,000 out of 23 million. The truth is that money always has a profound influence. Jewish influence (especially in the financial realm), far from being limited to Australia, is a worldwide phenomenon. Its international presence has a certain intimidating quality, in spite of its smallness, that cannot be ignored.
The Jewish lobby, spearheaded by the Zionist Federation of Australia, is constantly courted by Prime Ministers and Opposition leaders, showing themselves quite able to sway both domestic and foreign policy where it touches its interests.
Looking back in Australia’s political history, we can see how Zionist support for the government has fluctuated based on whether or not those in power were making decisions that reflected their will. In the 1970s, Labour lost Jewish support when the former Prime Minister, Gough Whitlam, implied that Australia had not condemned the Arabs’ Yom Kippur attack on Israel. However, this favour returned with Hawke’s rise to power, and his unwavering advocacy of Israel.
Prime Minister Keating lauded the Jews’ “civilising influence” on Australia, the nation Israel as a “great cause,” and Jews as “great settlers, great Australians.” They loved him. But when the Foreign Minister, Senator Evans, criticised Israel’s Palestinian policies and human rights record, he was hauled over the coals.
In April of last year, shock-waves were felt when ex-Foreign Minister Bob Carr released his book, “Diary of a Foreign Minister,” primarily due to the exposure he clearly gave to the profound influence of the Melbourne Jewish Lobby on decisions made in favour of Israel by the Australian Government.
Somehow, although justice would demand that issue be taken on the spread of Israeli settlements on the West Bank, the Australian Government was hindered from even officially expressing concern, let alone calling for action to be taken. The “Israeli Lobby,” as he dubbed them, exercised a profound influence on Australian foreign policy.
Our First Jewish Prime Minister?
Now after being led by our pro-Israel Tony Abbott, how auspicious it was that on one of the “high holy days,” one of his ministers is voted in by a marginal majority to the seat of Prime Minister. Now not only is Turnbull maintaining support for Israel, even calling for co-operative work with them, but it seems that he has a certain ancestral propensity towards this support.
Back in 2013, he told the Australian Jewish News, “My mother always used to say that her mother’s family was Jewish, whether that’s true or not, I don’t know.” When asked if this piece of information had impacted him as an individual, shaping his views, he responded with, “Yes, maybe.”
“I grew up in the Eastern Suburbs and as we all observe there were a lot of Jews in the Eastern Suburbs and I have always been very comfortable.
“There is no doubt that the strong traditions of family and the whole heimishe atmosphere of the Jewish community, which I’m sure some people don’t like, for me – as someone who is a good friend, but not part of it – I find very admirable.”
What is the Solution?
Now for those conscientious Australians out there, what choice do you have if you do NOT want your nation to support Israel’s atrocities? It seems that both Liberal and Labour are systemically pro-Israel. Zionist federation conferences are routinely addressed by the leaders of both major parties, both of whom equally routinely pledge Australian loyalty to the Jewish and Israeli cause.
The answer: Create a new political party that stands for what people know to be right in their conscience, both internationally and domestically. Such a party could not be formed merely on a token political programme, promises that sound so good, but when they come into power, they only prove to be yet another bunch of “politicans,” happy as long as they’re getting paid well.
We, the Australian Revolutionary Nationalist Movement, seek those who are willing to form the core of this new party, guided by a whole new philosophy of life, seeking to establish in this nation a bastion for true justice.