LaRouche in Australia

 

1. institutions, political parties, publishing empire, News Agencies and so on.

 

 

Citizens' Electoral Council

Citizen's Electoral Council!

 

Citizens Electoral Council CEC

As the CEC seems unable to get any Power, they appear intent on Infiltrating others such as the NCC

See article at http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/common/story_page/0,5744,16626352%255E28737,00.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.greenleft.org.au/back/2004/600/600p12b.htm

Some facts about the CEC and its leader, Lyndon LaRouche:

The CEC was founded in rural Queensland in the 1980s by the League of Rights.

It is now the Australian wing of an international movement headed by right-wing

demagogue Lyndon LaRouche.

 

595 Sydney Road, Coburg, phone 1800 636 432

 

Citizens Electoral Council of Australia

Craig Isherwood - National Secretary

PO Box 376, COBURG, VIC, 3058

Phone: 03-9354-0544 Fax: 03-9354-0166

Email: cec@cecaust.com.au

Website: http://www.cecaust.com.au/

 

 

http://www.axt.org.uk/antisem/archive/archive2/australia/australia.htm

established in the mid-1980s as an ALR front organization before being

hijacked by followers of Lyndon LaRouche

 

 

http://www.axt.org.uk/antisem/archive/archive1/australia/australia.htm

The dealings of the Melbourne-based LaRouchite Citizens' Electoral Council (CEC),

who are followers of Lyndon LaRouche (see United States of America), were exposed

in June on an Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) current affairs programme

and in the Melbourne Age , and in July in a special issue of the Australia/Israel Review .

One member of the house of representatives called for an independent judicial inquiry

into the activities of the CEC.

David Syme Foundation

a CEC splinter group

 

The Davis Syme Foundation  (http://www.davsym.org.au) is an organisation set-up up by Don Veitch and John Seale, both former members of the CEC. It is supposed to run a "political school" for budding political candidates. We consider it to be a front for the right wing of the political spectrum in Australia.

 

 

League of Rights, 

http://www.greenleft.org.au/back/2004/600/600p12b.htm

Some facts about the CEC and its leader, Lyndon LaRouche:

The CEC was founded in rural Queensland in the 1980s by the League of Rights.

It is now the Australian wing of an international movement headed by right-wing

demagogue Lyndon LaRouche.

Municipal Employees Union of WA

http://www2.ca.nizkor.org/ftp.cgi/orgs/australian/ftp.py?orgs/australian/anti_defamation_commission/ADC_ONLINE.0011

The Citizens Electoral Council (CEC), the Australian arm 
of the US-based fascist Lyndon LaRouche cult, has joined forces with the 
Municipal Employees Union of WA, a maverick union of blue-collar workers, 

to form the "Curtin Labor Alliance" political party.

 

New Citizen

 

 

The CEC publishes a monthly newspaper, The New Citizen.

Rural Action Movement of Western Australia.

http://www.worldjewishcongress.org/anti-semitism/australia-pubs.cfm

(LaRouche-linked)

 

 

2. INVOLVEMENT in Australia

 

 

 

 

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/jeremy-corbyn-larouche-movement-labour-leadership-frontrunner-appeared-conference-backed-by-1516330

Jeremy Corbyn and LaRouche Movement: Labour leadership frontrunner appeared at conference backed by 'anti-Semitic cult'

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

www.cecaust.com.au/publications/NCv5n4_p013.pdf

LaRouche Connection Master List

February 20, 2002

"Interview: Lance Endersbee, Australian Engineer"

As for Prof. Endersbee, he is a civil engineer, with 27 years in engineering practice followed by 13 years at Monash University. He served with the Snowy Mountains Hydro-Electric Authority, the Hydro-Electric Commission

 

 

www.axt.org.uk/antisem/archive/ archive2/australia/australia.htm

Several mainstream politicians have publicly supported campaigns conducted by the CEC (see above and below). According to the June, July and August 1997 issues of its newspaper The New Citizen, the CEC obtained the signatures of fifteen municipal and state politicians to an open letter calling for the 'exoneration' of Lyndon LaRouche from 'false charges'. Signatories to a previous pro-LaRouche letter (April 1997) included Ross Lightfoot, the politician nominated by the Liberal Party to fill a vacancy in the Senate. Lightfoot also has a history of anti-aboriginal sentiments and support for the ALR. In June 1997 a member of the House of Representatives claimed that fellow member Wilson Tuckey (Liberal) had organized a tour of parliament for two CEC supporters.

 

 

 

http://www.answers.com/topic/larouche-movement

LaRouche supporters gained control of the far-right Citizens Electoral Council in the mid-1990s. Craig Isherwood, his spouse Noelene Isherwood, and their son Aaron Isherwood, are the leaders of the party. The CEC has opposed politician Michael Danby and the Australian anti-terrorism legislation, 2004. In 2004 federal elections it nominated people for ninety-five seats, collected millions of dollars in contributions, and earned 34,177 votes.

The CEC is particularly concerned with republican (anti-monarchy) and Jewish/Islamic issues. It has been critical of Elizabeth II's ownership of an Australian zinc mine and believes that she exerts control over Australian politics. It has been in an antagonistic relationship with the B'nai B'rith's Anti-Defamation Commission, which has been critical of the CEC for perceived anti-semitism.