The Australian Broadcasting Coporation has over one billion dollars annual budget, mostly from
Australian tax payers.
Most ABC news and production
services are in Sydney which is good for the Sydney job
market and propaganda. The ABC is continually
abandoning production in places beyond Sydney and
Melbourne. This is quite evident when listening to
ABC radio or TV which features a majority of news
reports and current affairs stories about the Eastern
states. ABC's 24 hour news is an example where
you'll hear petty news stories about happenings in
Sydney but not for example Perth or Hobart.
The ABC is
controlled by rich, powerful eastern states business
people and politicians who use the tax payer funded,
Australian Broadcasting Corporation, to smear defenders
of Western Australian rights.
Gina Rinehart wants
to buy control of Fairfax away from current contol by
eastern stateters who have been running a smear campaign
against Gina Rinehart, using the tax payers funded ABC.
Make no mistake; Gina's battle for media control is a
battle with the rich and powerful of the eastern states.
It is a social engineering battle for the hearts and
minds of Australians.
Whether or not a Western Australian is a fit and
proper person to hold a broadcasting licence is decided
by the Federal minister of Communications, whom you
might guess is an eatern stater.
If the premier of Western Australia declared
independence, Western Australia would be in a better
position to make decisions about Western Australia.
We could broadcast and netcast what we want in our air
space and choose not to broadcast smear funded by the
wealth coming out of Western Australia. It's bad
enough Sydney using gold from the Western Australian
Goldfields to build the much promoted international
tourist attraction of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Even
worse is the ABC promoting it to the exclusion of other
travel destinations. How would New South Welshmen
feel if wealth from Broken Hill was used to build a
Sydney Harbour Bridge type icon in Perth and then for
decades use the Australian Broad Casting Corporation
(and other agencies such as the diplomatic corp) to