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How to vote CEC on Saturday

Citizens Electoral Council of Australia

Media Release 19th of August 2010

How to vote CEC on Saturday

Citizens Electoral Council leader Craig Isherwood today issued the following statement to the people of Australia:

The CEC has a vision for Australia’s future that is incomparable to anything represented in mainstream politics in Australia today. Our inspiration comes from the national development commitment of the ‘old’ Labor Party of King O’Malley, John Curtin, Ben Chifley and Rex Connor, whose vision for Australia turned us into the advanced industrial nation we became, before the traitors of the modern ALP, beginning with Hawke and Keating, and aided and abetted by the Coalition, deindustrialised Australia in the name of globalisation, and turned us into a colonial-style raw materials quarry.

Our inspiration also comes from the ideas of the world’s foremost economist Lyndon LaRouche, who for 40 years has led a global movement among national groups to fight for a world of perfectly sovereign nation states committed to peace through economic development.

Standing in the way of realising this vision is a looming new Dark Age, brought on by 40 years of City of London-directed, globalised looting, which has thrown the world’s physical economy into a global breakdown crisis. In response, the British-centred financial oligarchy is intensifying its genocidal push for a mass-reduction of the world’s population, seen here in the Dick Smith/Kelvin Thomson/Julia Gillard campaign for ‘population control’; by contrast, LaRouche and the CEC are fighting for a global-scale infrastructure development program.

The CEC is comprised of Australians from many and varied walks of life whose overwhelming concern for the direction of Australia’s future compelled us to act. It was this concern that drove me two decades ago to found the CEC, to be a mass movement of people taking responsibility for the future of their nation.

If you support the CEC’s ideas and vision, you also need to take responsibility for seeing them realised. In other words, you need to do more than just vote. Join us, and get involved as an activist.

However, on Saturday, you do have an opportunity to vote, so if you want to use your vote to support the CEC’s vision, you’ll find below the list of CEC Senate and House of Representatives candidates available in your state.

For the CEC’s policies, click here for our Fighting Platform.

Citizens Electoral Council of Australia candidates and how to vote information

Robert Thies and Maurice Hetherington

House of Representatives:
Griffith: Jan Pukallus
Dawson: Bill Ingrey

Robert Butler and Ian McCaffrey

House of Representatives:
Charlton: Ann Lawler
New England: Richard Witten

Doug Mitchell and Katherine Isherwood

House of Representatives:
Wills: Craig Isherwood
Murray: Jeff Davy

House of Representatives:
Bass: Adrian Watts

Stuart Smith and Judy Sudholz

House of Representatives:
O’Connor: Jean Robinson
Pearce: Chris Pepper
Canning: Ian Tuffnell

Vernon Work and Graham Setterberg

House of Representatives:
Solomon: Trudy Campbell
Lingiari: Peter Flynn

For a free copy of the blueprint of CEC’s vision to rebuild Australia with grand infrastructure projects, click here.

To buy a copy of What Australia Must Do to Survive the Depression, click here.

Click here to join the CEC as a member.

Click here to refer others to receive regular email updates from the Citizens Electoral Council of Australia.

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