My name is Michael Goebel and I am the Vice President of the Australian Sovereignty Party (ASP).
Having always had a great interest in science since I was around 7 years of age, this carried on through my school years and even before I did my HSC, my work had already begun in the electronics and audio industries.
My career subsequently expanded into IT, industrial control and automation engineering and design of equipment for the scientific and industrial sectors, but my greatest achievements were sabotaged by the Lima Agreement, which I know see has been responsible for the destruction of what was once a thriving industrial nation.
I have lived in the Sydney area most of my life and moved to the Central Coast of NSW in 1996, shortly after which I began lecturing Microcomputer Architecture at Newcastle University, then being involved in medical research engineering and afterwards securing a position as technical writer and head of the steering committee for Australia's first FPSO Burner Research Facility - a project that was prematurely halted due to the engineered "Global Economic Collapse" of 2008.
Ever since I was comparatively young, I have felt uneasy about the direction in which our country was headed. Many things I had heard just didn't make any sense to me. If we were in a "democacy", for instance, then why were the people never consulted on the affairs of the nation? If our government was doing the right thing by the people, as it always claimed it was, then why was our foreign debt continually increasing? And if we were indeed making any progress with all our activities, then why was our standard of living continually falling? These and many other questions plagued me constantly, but when I tried to voice my concerns, most people just looked at me quizzically as if they didn't have a clue what I was talking about. To them, everything was fine, but deep down I knew it was not.
I saw that as time passed, the opinions and concerns of the people became increasingly irrelevant and that our "representatives" gradually assumed the positions of our "leaders". With the benefit of having seen the contrast between the 1960's and the present, witnessing the removal of the Australian Constitution from our school curriculum and a host of other tactics to have it invalidated, together with innumerable other 'sleights of hand' by many agencies, it became become blatantly obvious to me that what was once a government has gradually assumed the appearance and function of a dictatorship. The only degree of freedom remaining now is a choice of who is given charge of a severely and purposely compromised system.
Generous sums of money seem to be always available for election campaigns, overseas aid or ministerial perks but when it comes to the welfare of our own people, there invariably seems to be a distinct shortfall.
I believe that present and past governments have proven that, despite their rhetoric and propaganda, they are not interested in the wants and needs of the Australian people and are instead focused on their own agendas. This has become increasingly obvious over the decades as we have become more and more powerless to control them and with how, even when we voice our strongest disapprovals, we are totally ignored. Finally, we are simply and out rightly lied to.
Today, we have a plethora of problems that require a new approach. We are all working harder and harder in continuously declining living standards - what FOR?
Where are we going? WHERE are these "leaders" leading us?
One could understand if there was some great goal or target to be reached that required this temporary excess of sacrifice and contribution, but no such reason is evident. Our education system has been purposely manipulated, our media content strictly filtered to limit awareness, our medical system now just a sales outlet for the pharmaceutical giants and our law system has become a revenue engine. In fact, the more I look at it, the more I see that the actual causes of our woes are the very systems that have been installed to eradicate them!
Meanwhile, the cost of Australian living is rapidly becoming ludicrous and inflation continues to erode our assets. This became overwhelmingly obvious when I first visited Japan and saw how a great many commodities there are one third to one quarter of the price in Australia. Our local industry has been dealt several severe blows - the most notable being the Lima Agreement - and even survival is becoming difficult for a great many who now no longer even have a roof over their heads.
If this is allowed to continue, soon we will be facing the same situation as now plagues the USA.
It has proven pretty much futile for any one individual, small activist group or even a large one to make a significant difference and this is exacerbated because most people are struggling so hard to survive that they haven't even the time to LOOK behind the scenes for the root causes of these difficulties. This, in itself is one of the strategies that have been employed to minimize resistance from the people. The situation is so convoluted and well designed that it usually takes the average person till they are 30 or more years of age before they begin to spot the holes in the system and then many more years before they find out what can be done about it. By then, many are just too tried and worn out to bother.
The ONLY time we ever make true progress is when we all act AS ONE.
All the blogging and discussions and Facebook pages in the world will not make one skerrik of difference unless we focus our energies into ONE thing at a time and give it our ALL.
But until we have something in place that can organise us to act in this fashion, all our separate efforts will fail.
We now have a way to make this happen. It was in 2010 that I first met Nik Maljkovic and learned of the Australian Sovereignty Party. Since then, I have seen that the ASP is the ONLY hope for the Australian people and I am therefore pledging my total support to this group.
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