CEC campaigns to crush “population control” agenda
Citizens Electoral Council of Australia
Media Release 26th of May 2010
May-June New Citizen: Federal election 2010—
CEC campaigns to crush “population control”/genocide agenda
The just-released May-June edition of the New Citizen newspaper puts the Citizens Electoral Council’s 2010 federal election campaign on a war-footing against the British Crown-directed genocidal policies aimed at depopulating Australia.
Following the CEC’s recent re-registration as a federal political party, and the election of new National Chairman Ann Lawler to replace the late Brian McCarthy, the party is fired up for a major assault on the upcoming election.
The May-June New Citizen slams the British Monarchy’s longstanding drive to reduce the world’s population to less than 2 billion people, along with its most public advocate in federal parliament, ALP Member for Wills, Kelvin “Kill-them” Thomson. Thomson’s campaigning was a key factor in Kevin Rudd’s creation of a new, first-ever Ministry for Population for Australia—this in a nation which has the lowest population density in the world except for Mongolia and Namibia!
CEC leader Craig Isherwood announced on 1st May that he will campaign relentlessly against Thomson for the seat of Wills in the federal election. Don’t miss Craig’s blockbuster speech in the New Citizen, which presents the clear evidence that former Australian Fabian Society president Thomson’s drum-beating for “population stabilisation”, is a euphemism for the actual mass-murder of the “lower 80 per cent” as advocated since the 1890s, by the Crown-backed British Eugenics Society and by such eugenics advocates as the Fabian Society’s revered co-founders Lord Bertrand Russell and H.G. Wells, and even earlier by the man who inspired them, the lunatic, homicidal Parson Thomas Malthus.
Also featured in the New Citizen:
four other flagship campaigns for the federal election: in
Queensland, Jan Pukallus against Rudd himself in Griffith;
in NSW, Ann Lawler against Greg Combet in Charlton; in WA,
Jean Robinson against Wilson Tuckey in O’Connor; in
Tasmania, Adrian Watts in Bass.
Lyndon LaRouche’s call for the immediate enactment of Glass-Steagall regulations globally, as the only way to reorganise the collapsing global financial system; an explanation of what Glass-Steagall is; and an explanation of how Australia is being looted by the City of London’s “carry trade” in currency speculation.