Australians fell hook line and sinker for the "Need for change" mantra (code for Communism.. oops sorry Socialism) in November 2007, the UN and its Australian lick spittle lackie, Dear Leader Lu Kewan aka Kevin Rudd are starting to tighten the chains around Australians necks, the CENSORSHIP of the internet was one they were hoping Australians would not notice.
in the 2007 election campaign telling Australians of the Great Changes he and his Socialist party will bring to Australia, for 'working families" and how Australia will be a fairer nation once he has shared the wealth.
In the 12 months since Dear Leader has been elected Australia's "working families" have never been worse off 3 interest rate rises and unemployment rising to traditional Labor Party levels (10 plus%)
Australia 29 10 08 ......Americans be warned, think before you vote, unfortunately for Australia, on November 24 2007 most Australians did not, .....think that is.
Australia's "Dear Leader" Socialist Prime Minister Kevin Rudd aka Lu Kewan, came to power promising everything the American Democratic candidate Barack Obama is promising the American people should he be elected to the Presidency of the United States of America. Mr Rudd is an Obama / UN / Islam / Multiculturalist and apologist , who sees Australia and her Judeo / Christian middle class majority as nothing more than a blight and an affront to the Socialist ideology, to be eliminated in any way possible so as to ensure the implementation of the United Nations international socialism.
Like Mr Obama, Mr Rudd is a political nobody, with no experience of running anything of worth, let alone a country, he was an advisor to the former socialist Queensland Goss government, he is famous for ordering the schredding of all documentation into the police investigation of a two times gang rape of a young Aboriginal child,this high point in Mr Rudd's career is known as the Heiner affair, he was known by his peers in the Queensland government of Wayne Goss as Dr Death. As far as I am aware Mr Rudd did not achieve the high office of "community organizer" perhaps if he did he would just do to his wife / partner (or the ladies at Scores NY "Gentlemans Club" ) what he and his party are doing to my country. *Re Scores New York Night Club It must be noted that Mr Rudd still maintains that he was too drunk to remember what happened when he was there, or can remember what activities took place whilst he was there,but he denies behaving the way management says caused them to escort Mr Rudd from the premises, Mr Rudd also maintains that in spite of not doing anything that would be regarded as unacceptable behavour for a married man he did call his partner /wife Ms Therese Rein / Mrs Rudd, in the early hours of the morning following his ejection from Scores NY to apologise for the behavour he was accused of by the Scores NY management,please note Mr Rudd at all times has maintained that he did nothing that would warrant making an apology for even though he felt compelled to apologise to his partner / wife just in case he did do something wrong, however he denies doing any of the things Scores NY say he did... hey makes sense to me...... I think. Mr Rudd's election campaign was riddled with almost every slogan and bumper sticker that I see written and spoken in Mr Obama's campaign, that is not so surprising, I guess when you consider that the Democratic Party sent to Australia before and 2007 election campaign began some of their top spin doctors to oversee and advise the Australian Labor Party on how to best sell thie socialist message,the Chinese Government at the invitation or the Australian Labor Party also sent their Chinese government advisor's to "councel" the large Chinese "communities" in crucial electorates, (former conservative PM John Howard's seat of Bennelong been one of them) on who to vote for, in order for the Chinese Government's Australian (branch) ideological soul mates, to win the 2007 Australian federal election. Dear Leader Lu Kewan Wooops sorry, Australian PM Kevin Rudd.
The article below is from the Sydney, Daily Telegraph on page 4 29 10 08 I have not been able to find this story on news.com.au web site I have scanned the page from the paper and reproduced it here.
Compulsory censorship for internet.
Daily Telegraph 29 10 08 Pg. 4
THE Federal Government will make internet censorship compulsory for all Australians and could ban controversial websites on euthanasia and anorexia. Australia's level of net censorship will put it in the same league as China, Cuba, Iran and North Korea.
The Government will not let users opt out of the proposed national internet filter. Broadband, Communications and Digital Economy Minister Stephen Conroy said the Government's $44.2 million internet censorship plan would now include two tiers — one level of mandatory filtering for all Australians and an optional level that will provide a "clean feed", censoring adult material. Despite planning to hold "live trials" before the end of the year, Senator Conroy said it was not known what content the mandatory filter would bar, with euthanasia or proanorexia sites on the chopping block. "We are talking about mandatory blocking, where possible, of illegal material," he said.
'Australia's level of net censorship will put it in the same league as China, Cuba, Iran and North Korea. The Government will not let users opt out of the proposed national internet filter.
The coalition of "Dear Leaders" will ensure that you will always be content and know correct truth at all times, the coalition of "Dear Leaders" and our combined armies of "Peace" are always ready to inform and educate you should you become confused by the great Satan's UNTRUTHFULL internet.
'Australia's level of net censorship will put (Kevin Rudd) it in the same league as, some of the worlds great sociopaths and despots ?
The Video below is a satirical look at the ascension of Mr Rudd, needless to say it did not last long on You Tube
The Washington Times www.washingtontimes.com
U.N. group seeks control of Internet By John Zarocostas
THE WASHINGTON TIMES Published November 18, 2003 GENEVA --
Governments spearheaded by China, Brazil, India, Russia and Saudi Arabia are trying to place the Internet under the control of the United Nations or its member governments, a move that the United States and other developed countries are determined to resist.
The issue has cropped up in preparatory talks for a world summit on the information society to be held from Dec. 10 to 12 in Geneva, with the stated goal of advancing the management and worldwide use of the Internet, especially in poorer nations. Delegates from rich and developing nations remained divided on the matter at the end of the latest round of talks on Friday, senior diplomats said. "We will continue to fight hard to ensure that Internet governance remains a balanced enterprise among all stakeholders and continues to be private-sector-led," said the chief of the U.S. delegation, Ambassador David A. Gross. Pierre Gagne, executive director of the world summit, earlier identified control of the Internet as one of two key issues in the talks, adding that control and financial issues "will probably be the last issues to be resolved" at the summit.
Many developing countries argue that governments need to play a greater role in managing and setting policy for the Internet, while the United States, the European Union and Japan, among others, say government interference could stifle the development of the dynamic medium. The Internet, at present, is loosely managed by a private organization in California named the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, which coordinates such matters as Internet servers and domain names. Countries with developing and emerging economies would like to hand over that authority to a U.N. agency, such as the International Telecommunications Union (ITU).
The Internet medium is too important to be left in the hands of one major power, some argue, and others say problems such as cybercrime and protection of intellectual property rights require greater government involvement. Yoshio Utsumi, secretary-general of the ITU, which will host the December summit, said in an interview that Brazil is "a very strong advocate" of his agency taking over the Internet. China, Russia, India, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Senegal and many other African countries were also "keen" for the United Nations to have a role, he said. But, he said, the differences of opinion were "too big" to be settled before the delegates meet in Geneva next month. Other diplomats said there might be no decision even then. The summit also will deal with questions such as how to block the spread of viruses, prevent unwanted "spam" and prevent the use of the medium for criminal purposes such as identity theft, Western officials said. Russia has proposed that the final declaration address Internet security in both "civil and security fields," but many countries fear that any reference to military security could limit freedom of expression, Mr. Utsumi said. There also is pressure for a strong statement in support of free expression on the Internet but sources said that is being resisted by China and other countries that want to maintain strong oversight of the medium. Nitin Desai, special adviser to U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan, said the core purpose of the summit is to establish a common vision for the information society, to utilize new technologies to overcome poverty and to find ways to make Internet access affordable to all. The president of Senegal has proposed the creation of a "global digital solidarity fund" to help poor countries establish Internet access.
The ITU estimates that fewer than 1 percent of low-income country residents are Internet subscribers. The United States and other industrialized countries say the existing mechanisms are sufficient and argue that funding a new international bureaucracy would not be an effective way to spread information technology. Poor countries would be better served by establishing an environment in which the private sector would develop the needed infrastructure, the industrialized countries say.