Harvey Norman boss — “two parties, same destination” [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 21st October 2007 So close to an election it is refreshing to hear a representative of the globalists come out and call “a spade a spade”. In a recent article in the South Australian “Sunday Mail” newspaper, Harvey Norman boss Gerry Harvey announced his support for any government, of whatever political hue, […]

Liberal M.P. sees the light? [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 19th September 2006 It’s a hope beyond all hope that an independent soul amongst our parliamentary nest of vipers will ever have the sense or integrity to understand what is happening in our nation, much less speak out about it. Certainly on the Federal scene there have been the rare exceptions to […]

Australian jobs at risk and Howard panders to Communists [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 9th July 2006 One can hear the popping of champagne corks in the leather clad lounges of the H.R. Nicholls Society and parliamentary bars around the country following this week’s run of “good news”. The pace of Howard’s I.R. reforms have picked up quite nicely and Australian workers around the country are […]

Rann and Howard betray Australian security [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 16th April 2006 The lack of interest shown by political leaders on both sides of politics towards the national interest has come to the fore in the wake of the recent uranium deals with the Communist Mainland government of China. Both “Yellow Cake” Mike Rann and “Kowtow Johnny” Howard have clamoured frantically […]

2004 election overview [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 30th December 2004 Only two months following Australia’s Federal election in which we are led to believe the pseudo-conservative Coalition parties gained power in a landslide victory, it appears to be “business as usual” for our politicians. Labor slinks off in embarrassment to its summer break, undoubtedly relishing the thought of more […]