"At least Gough Whitlam was relatively straightforward about the ultimate agenda, which is the abolition of the states and retaining but two levels of government – a central government plus regional authorities. Under such an arrangement, the regional authorities would take over the current functions of local government plus some former state government functions and all other state government functions would be assumed by Canberra[*]. Centralization of political power has always been integral to the socialist agenda."*This being about the Australian Constitution.
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Wednesday, May 22, 2013
The Constitution, under attack once again
Christopher Carr in the QED column at Quadrant,