Huck Finn Week Day 3 – Jim Cousens Invokes The Anzus Treaty Against Daniel Andrews And Anthony Albanese

I am Jim Cousens. I don’t want to boast but, just so there wont be any confusion about how important my dockamentry films are to the future of mankind: “I am I am”.

In seeking a “show (chance) for freedom” with his friend, the runaway slave Jim, Huck Finn fled the constraints of houses and schools on land where he was “so cramped up and sivilized” and discovered on the mighty Mississippi River that, “You feel mighty free and easy and comfortable on a raft.”

Huck’s creator, Mark Twain, learnt on travels abroad that “when you get used to terror your emotions get dulled.”

This describes the nation of sheep which is Australia: too many idiots following bigger idiots to their freedom’s doom. Increasingly a nation of slaves.

Now I am not a shrinking violet when it comes to pointing out what is wrong with Australia. As Mark Twain wrote: “To be a patriot, one had to say, and keep on saying, ” Our country, right or wrong,” and urge on the little war. Have you not perceived that that phrase is an insult to the nation?” A true patriot will try to fix what’s wrong with his country, not pretend that everything’s allright.

So today, Pear Harbour Day, is the perfect time for me to turn what’s wrong around by sneaking up on my commie enemies in government in Australia and invoking the Anzus treaty which was created to deal with the threat of communism.

Today, 7th December, 2022, in the year of Our Lord, I call upon POTUS 47, Mr Ron DeSantis, of the free state of Florida, to exercise his moral authority and abilities, which already far exceed those of Joseph Robinette Biden Jr., and to invade as much of Australia as is necessary to save Australia from the evil pinko threat of Criminal-In-Chief, Daniel Michael Andrews, and his protégé, Anthony Norman Albanese. Biden is a mostly pinko Catholic, so the job has to go to a proven Pope Benedict style Catholic like Ron, the Navy Lieutenant Commander from Jacksonville.

Without wanting to put any undue emotional pressure on Mr DeSantis, I do point out now that no one has ever compensated Australia for what was done in America to Phar Lap and to Les Darcy and, even worse, to Olivia Newton-John.

If Ron is feeling really energetic at this time, he could consider fixing up New Zealand as an added bonus. I say in conclusion, “It’s up to you, mate. Whaddayareckon?”

Jim Cousens, Pearl Harbour Day, 2022, Lostralia

Huck Finn Week – Day 1 – Beautiful Journeys To Freedom

We are made to dance our way to freedom.

Next Saturday, the 10th of the 12th, 2022, is the 138th anniversary of the first publication in Canada and the United Kingdom of Mark Twain’s classic novel The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn.

It is a youthful story, seen through the eyes of a teenager, which, IMHO, helped liberate the American imagination from the evil idea, associated with slavery, that black people were not fully human.

The glorious story of the deep bonds of human fellowship between white boy, Huck, and the runaway slave, Jim, goes right to the heart of what the American nation is (or at least looks like to me ) – a glorious quest for equality and freedom.

The powerful primal force of the Mississippi River carries the fugitives away from the northeastern Free States they had yearned to reach into the South where slavery and its attitudes were strongest.

But, through the strength of basic human decency amid much ingenious conniving along the journey, they eventually find their way back to freedom.

Another very important pilgrimage for Freedom is described in Australian Country Music singer Dusty Starr’s song “Epic”, in which Dusty sings of the meaning for him and many other people of early 2022’s Convoy to Canberra

Mark Twin wrote that Australian history “does not read like history, but like the most beautiful lies …… (which) are all true ……….”.

For me:

Australia is journeys,

Always was and maybe always will be

In the songlines of old dreamings,

But then convicts of pommy cruelties sent around the world

Broke down hoping to get home but going, going, held ……….

Australia’s yearned in journeys constantly returning:

Explorers, drovers and foreign wars,

Swaggies and grey nomads ……..

Talk about walk about getting out

From bad laws that drove ‘em mad

So full on sad losing all they had ……..

Australia’s failed us and gave up

Staying alive with beautiful lies

Where the heart sighs

Forced to compromise

But still willed for going going

Hoping hoping

For truthful youthful

Beautiful eyes

Beautiful eyes

Beautiful eyes

Monica is a pure force for freedom.

Geoff Fox, 5th December, 2022, Down Under

Eureka Girls #1 Emma La Chanteuse

December the 3rd this year is the 168th anniversary of the Battle Of Eureka Stockade in 1854 on the Australian goldfields around the Victorian town of Ballarat between rebel miners fighting against an overbearing government and colonial police and military forces. According to the National Museum Of Australia website, “At least 22 diggers and six soldiers were killed.”

In a letter to the people of Victoria, the Rebels leader, Peter Lalor, wrote: “As the inhuman brutalities practised by the troops are so well known, it is unnecessary for me to repeat them. There were 34 digger casualties of which 22 died. The unusual proportion of the killed to the wounded, is owing to the butchery of the military and troopers after the surrender.”

According to Wikipedia: “The Commission of Inquiry would later find that:

“The foot police appear, as a body, to have conducted themselves with creditable temper; but assuredly, on the part of the mounted division of that force there seems to have been a needless as well as ruthless sacrifice of human life, indiscriminate of innocent or guilty, and after all resistance had disappeared with the dispersed and fleeing rioters.” “

Mark Twain wrote this about the rebellion: ” I think it may be called the finest thing in Australasian history. It was a revolution – small in size; but great politically; it was a strike for liberty, a struggle for a principle, a stand against injustice and oppression. It was (an example of) small beginnings …….. great in political results (and) epoch-making. It is another instance of a victory won by a lost battle. It adds an honorable page to history; the people know it and are proud of it. They keep (alive) the memory of the men who fell at the Eureka Stockade, and Peter Lalor has his monument.”

For me, in modern day Australia, the Saturday freedom protestors who have taken to the streets of Melbourne every week for over a year have quite a few things in common with the rebels at Eureka.

Emma La Chanteuse, pictured above at last Saturday’s protest, is a modern day rebel and freedom fighter on the streets of Melbourne.

The police violence and intimidation which is still regularly directed against citizens in modern Melbourne rarely involves the gunfire, battle and violent death seen at The Battle Of Eureka

But I believe that the loss of life from the police backed human rights violations in recent pandemic years is much higher than the death toll at Eureka.

For those of us who are fighting for truth on matters like this the struggle ahead is long, hard and terrifying.

We are not working with good government. we are fighting against evil, overbearing government.

We need postives to keep us fresh and strong.

Beautiful young Emma La Chanteuse is one such positive presence in this freedom movement for me.

Her smile makes my heart sing and picks me up out of frequent, deep despair to make me feel strong again.

Geoff Fox, Melbourne, Australia, 2nd December, 2022

Literature Against Tyranny #1 Emma La Chanteuse and William Blake

Two days ago, the freedom movement in Melbourne demonstrated passionately on election day against the Victorian State government of Daniel Michael Andrews of the Socialist Left faction of the Australian Labor Party.

Andrews won the election. Unfair and square perhaps because of media bias, but he clearly won.

However, in the realm of ideas that serve the needs of people, the best freedom fighters in Melbourne annihilate Daniel Andrews time and time again.

Today is the 265th birthday of the creative genius, poet and artist, William Blake. So, today, I combine words from Blake with the image of another wonderful creative spirit, freedom fighter Emma La Chanteuse, who lit up the streets of Melbourne with her energy, youth and totally female, totally Aussie beauty last Saturday in ways that few people can.

(Original words by William Blake, positioned in photo by Geoff Fox.)

Emma travels Australia in her car, perhaps a modern swagwoman (Please study Australia’s unofficial national anthem,Waltzing Matilda – about a 19th century swagman (itinerant) who sometimes took what he needed as he traveled the land by foot – to understand a little more about this swagwoman concept which I am suggesting describes Emma.)

At last Saturday’s Melbourne protest march, I observed Emma seeing a man wearing rings similar to her own and walking straight up up to him to find out what connected them both.

(Original words by William Blake, positioned in photo by Geoff Fox.)

This sort of willingness to connect person to person is what Australia’s freedom movement needs to do on a much bigger scale to get electoral success.

To seek unity. Comradeship. Openly. Freely.

Lest we forget what William Blake taught us about being fully human, God Bless Emma and God Bless Freedom.

Geoff Fox, 28th November, 2022, Down Under

“Love seeks not itself to please, nor for itself hath any care, but for another gives its ease, and builds Heaven in Hell’s despair.” – William Blake.

Aussie Freedom Fighters #15 COCO

Today is the 29th anniversary of the release of anti-establishment icon Snoop Dog’s seminal and controversial album, “Doggystyle”. At lunchtime today, hoping to do something to mark the occasion, I went to a protest vigil outside the office of the Premier Of Victoria with the beginnings of a rap – “Speak your mind/ And be kind/ Or you’ll find/ That you grind out hate.” in the hope that a talented local hip-hop celebrity would help me finish or add to it. That guy was busy with work for a couple of other gigs, but he suggested asking another fella present to help, an indigenous freedom fighter named Coco – a proud Barkinji Man.

I had a wonderful exchange of ideas with Coco and it lead to the following micro-movie which is very different from what I had hoped for earlier. but probably far better. That’s the way creative freedom often works: just because you have a plan, it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be ready to change course, if a better opportunity presents.

As I understand it, traditional Barkinji territory stretches from deep in the west of New South Wales into Mildura and Avoca, towns which are both in the modern State of Victoria. So Coco is a Victorian indigenous man and therefore has a very valuable perspective on the state of this State.

What Coco speaks out to say is not kind to Daniel Michael Andrews, but that bloke has misgoverned so badly and incited so much hatred by his indifference to the sufferings which his decisions have caused to so many people whom he is supposed to serve, that he has, in my honest opinion, lost the right to kindness.

As Benjamin Franklin said, “Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God!”

In Australian indigenous culture and spirituality, as I understand it, The Rainbow Serpent can be considered a manifestation or some sort of equivalent to what Western people call God.

May God and Bunjil bless and be present with protective oversight for Coco and all those whose freedoms Coco defends.

Geoff Fox, 23rd November, 2022, Down Under

We Must Say No To Daniel Michael Andrews #3 Kelly Moran (and shades of Shakespeare’s Brutus)

Marcus Junius Brutus took his own life on this date 2064 years ago.

Paraphrasing (in part) Shakespeare’s tragic and at times tortured freedom fighter Brutus, I say to criminal-at-large, Daniel Michael Andrews:

“You are a block, a stone, a worse than senseless thing.

You contaminate our future with mass debt

And sell the vison splendid of our southern land

For all the trash of Spring St cowards’ tyranny.

I would rather be a dog who bays the moon

than deny the simple agonising fact

that your wide deep crimes against democracy

are utterly destroying the Australia I loved

the Australia I believed in as a kindly motherland.”

Geoff Fox, 23 October, 2022, Down Under

We Must Say No To Daniel Michael Andrews #2 Geoff Shaw

Geoff Shaw, the state leader of the United Australia Party in Victoria is a dinki-di Aussie equally at home in the bush or the city.

He he has unmasked the disastrous, dictatorial government of Daniel Michael Andrews.

Geoff Shaw, in Aussie urban bush, speaks up against a modern Socialist Left tyrant.

Geoff Fox, 22nd October, 2022, Melbourne, Australia

Women For Freedom #11 Di

Formally, Di is a former police officer from New South Wales with wonderfully beautiful eyes that see the need for truth.

But in what Di does, I see a new type of police work to either reform or replace a justice system in Australia which may have been politicised to the point of no return.

I see this brave, honest woman as a new Lady Di to inspire the world.

Di writes:

“I joined the NSW police in 2010. I worked in General Duties and Domestic Violence in a large rural town within the Hunter Valley. I was deployed to the border at Albury/Wodonga when it first closed in July 2020 where I started to question the validity of responses to the pandemic.

I looked into the pandemic responses after realising that the public health orders were contradictory to federal legislation namely the Biosecurity Act and that we did not hold the power to do what was being asked of us. I am now outside the police force because of PTSD.

I am a member of Cops for Truth and Police for Freedom sharing information and raising awareness with other former police from around Australia who have been stood down or been sacked by police forces within Australia.”

God bless Di.

God Bless Truth.

God Bless Freedom.

Geoff Fox, 11/10/2022, Down Under

Couples For Freedom #1 Chloe and Mike

Gardener philosopher Mike and his partner Chloe both had caring jobs.

Chloe looked after old people and Mike looked after Mother Earth in the foodbowl of Victoria.

When they lost their jobs because they would not bow to tyranny, they lost their home.

Now they are both freedom fighters.

They are pure, righteous and strong, and freer than ever.

God Bless Freedom.

God Bless Mike and Chloe.

Geoff Fox, 10/10/2022, Down Under in Hellbourne