Who Signed The Lima Agreement For Australia

Posted on April 15th, 2021

Colin agreed. Here`s what you can do: 1. Download and sign a letter My Will. The more we have, the more human power we have, the Commonwealth of Australia to make a difference. Read the website first so you understand what we`re doing: mywillaustralia.com/ 2. Listen to our podcasts so you can learn from people who know our constitution and the English common law… the highest laws of our country that political parties are desperately trying to ignore: thebloodyaussiebattler.com/ 3. Read as many articles as possible on this site. The more you learn, the more you can help educate others. I`ve been through this for years, but I didn`t know what we had to do, which is to share it with everyone, then get rid of all the political parties and start over with a government that works for us and not for themselves and their refined pockets. since 2000, our exports of goods and services have doubled.

And like the Paris agreement, there is no financial penalty, if you do not respect these agreements, these are just objectives. The DLP believes that the initial target of a 30% reduction in Australian production was far too high and that there were better ways to help developing countries. What has emerged in the years that have been marked by the signing of the Lima Declaration by the ALP is that the 30% target has actually exploded, with current estimates exceeding 90%. In 1975, the ALP government of Gough Whitlam signed Australia without public consultation in the United Nations-inspired Lima Declaration, which forced Australia to reduce its production capacity by about 30% and commit to importing this amount from other privileged countries. This is a 90% drop in Australia`s production capacity and the loss of hundreds of thousands of jobs, all signed by the ALP with the continued support of liberals and nationals. After the ALP committed us to these demands, Australians were told that the agreement would “flatten the world`s production to redistribute wealth, to give a “fair share” to all nations. The DLP does not object to a country receiving its fair share. Nor would we refuse a genuine agreement to improve living standards in underdeveloped countries, but the Lima Declaration is not such an agreement. As time has said, his “demands” were more insidious than we have suggested.

The political system is designed to deprive us of the right to participate in our own government. We need to change that. Australia`s political parties have signed these treaties to undermine Australian sovereignty and give them almost unlimited power to dictate our lives. The automotive industry has long been a power play for unions, there were many other manufacturers in Australia before the loss of Ford and Holden. Nissan closed its Clayton plant in Melbourne after a long battle with unions and fare changes (1992). It is difficult for them to stay here if they cannot compete with production costs abroad. Here is a link to other cars that have been made in Australia, which makes an interesting read. www.whichcar.com.au/features/12-orphan-cars-built-in-australia The fact that governments did not give us a voice in these decisions, that they held a referendum, governments went around the Australian Commonwealth Constitution. All the governments that have signed these treaties are guilty of treason. Treason is committed by many names, including international treaties, conventions, or, in this case, declaration, The Lima Declaration.

It is an international trade agreement similar to the general agreement on trade and tariffs. The Lima Declaration is just one of hundreds of international agreements and treaties signed on behalf of all Australians by a man, usually the Foreign Minister or his candidate.