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Click here to find out moreOrder new CEC pamphlet:
"Time for Glass-Steagall Banking Separation and a National Bank"

A handbook on Glass-Steagall banking separation, national banking, the crimes of the banks and 'bail-in'. This 100 page document provides the urgently required solutions to rebuild the national economy right as a new financial crisis is unfolding.

Click here to find out more On 14 February 2018 the Federal Parliament passed legislation which gives the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) extraordinary powers during a financial crisis, including the possibility to confiscate deposits in order to rescue collapsing banks ("bail-in").
Find out more and read about the CEC's campaign to stop it.


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    We, the undersigned, appeal to President Trump, President Putin, President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Modi, to convoke an emergency summit in order to create a New Bretton Woods global monetary system.

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    Click here to download the latest New Citizen, Vol.8 No.5

    Australia needs Glass-Steagall Now! Click here to find out more Click here to read about why Australia must align with the BRICS 2015 conference: The World Land Bridge Peace on Earth, Good Will towards All Men


    Australian Alert Service

    17th October, 2018

    Housing bust demands urgent solutions

    The downturn in Australia's Sydney-Melbourne-dominated housing market is suddenly very serious. Due to the major banks' exposure to mortgage lending, an Australian housing crash inevitably means a banking crash. The need for solutions is not academic: either we achieve a Glass-Steagall banking separation to protect savings and the real economy, or the bank regulator APRA will use its powers to "bail in" the public's deposits to prop up banks, but that won't be enough to save their system.

    Keep reading...

    Articles include the following:

    • More evidence that APRA can 'bail in' Australian bank deposits
    • Labor MP's foreign meddling puts Canberra's hypocrisy on display
    • IPCC climate report: fact vs fiction
    • Former Mayor of London: no single superpower will again dominate the world
    • MI5's 'licence to kill' revealed
    • Dangerous new derivatives for dummies
    • 'Winter is coming': time to replace the financial system!
    • Italian Government: Instead of austerity, emulate FDR's New Deal to stabilise economy
    • Chinese to take BRI to Korean Peninsula
    • Trump releases long overdue manufacturing study
    • 'Made in China 2025' is Hamiltonian policy

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    Media Releases

    19th October, 2018

    Nationals senator crosses floor to support motion to break up the banks; vote unsuccessful, but major party opposition wavering

    The political opposition to Glass-Steagall in Australia is wavering. The Senate yesterday voted on a Notice of Motion by Senator Pauline Hanson calling for the separation of Australia’s banks. Although the government and ALP joined forces to vote down the motion—as they regularly did before 2016 to block a banking royal commission, to their embarrassment now—cracks are appearing in their opposition. And significantly, a member of the government, National Party Senator Barry O’Sullivan, crossed the floor to vote with One Nation, the Greens, Centre Alliance, Katter’s Australian Party and Independent Senator Tim Storer for banking separation. (Independent senators Derryn Hinch and David Leyonhjelm voted with the government and Labor.)

    Senator Hanson’s Notice of Motion stated:

    That the Senate:

    1. notes that:

      1. trust in banks is essential to the economy,

      2. trust in the banks has been undermined by adverse findings of the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry,

      3. misconduct related to poor standards of mortgage lending affects all Australians and risks financial instability,
        ...

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    Election 2016: CEC policies and candidates

    The evidence of bail-in coming to Australia Click here to read the CEC's submission to the FSI

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    Click here to find out more about the bankruptcy of Australia's Big Four

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     On the 200th anniversary of his birth, learn about our nation's greatest poet, Charles Harpur

    Visit the new international Schiller Institute website: A new paradigm for the survival of civilisation

    Click here to download Oct/Nov/Dec 2012 New Citizen in Chinese

    Watch the video: Ecosystems, A Genocidal Fraud

    Find out more about Glass-Steagall

    Read the NAWAPA XXI Report here

    Read the LPAC Basement team special report

    Watch the video: 9-11. Ten Years Later

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