Citizens Electoral Council of Australia


Senate - Western Australia


Jean Robinson
Jean Robinson I was first introduced to the Citizens Electoral Council and the ideas of Lyndon LaRouche in 1993. This was a life changing event, arousing me to make discoveries of universal principles and truths; the lawfulness of our universe; the unique power of mankind as a creative species; LaRouche’s unique discovery of the science of physical economy; the importance of classical art, science, history, beauty, justice and morality. These are all things that make us truly human and develop our minds, so that we as individuals can practise the most important of all the arts—statecraft. This is what is most lacking in our education today and society in general.

This wonderful new world of ideas resonated deeply with my own cultural family history. Two generations of my family emigrated from Kenya to the "Lucky Country" Australia in 1963. We fled the devastation imposed on Africa (and other nations) by the British imperial policies of war, free trade looting, genocide and poverty. My husband Wayne and our three children have worked hard building our farming enterprise at Kojonup, WA, but with the advent of free trade, we witnessed the deliberate destruction of Australia's family farmers, the nation’s food supply, our manufacturing industry and the resulting unpayable debt burden. The majority of Australians are now enduring a policy of unnecessary fascist austerity as our politicians choose to protect “Too Big To Fail” banks and their ability to loot and destroy the real economy and people’s livelihoods.

Today, the British policy continues under different names: terrorism, regime change, free trade, privatisation, deregulation, selling off the country, and worst of all, monetization of our economy imposed through the 1983 political consensus in Australia. The privatising of the last vestige of our public credit system, the Commonwealth Bank, took control of our nation away from the parliament and opened the doors to mass speculation leading to the inevitable bankrupting of our now foreign- owned banking system, and imperilling our nation's future.

The drive towards war against China and Russia by Britain, USA and our government is insane; it is creating millions of refugees and spreading poverty, the greatest threat to peace and development for humanity.

I am proud to stand as a candidate for CEC, the only political movement that represents the common good of all Australians and which has led the fight for 28 years to change the system. Implementing the CEC’s policies will safely unite the nation and develop the potential of the people and our resource-rich country, creating millions of new meaningful jobs. Our future lies in aligning with the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) nations which have courageously abandoned the failed policy of globalisation and instead stretched out their hands in friendship and unity for economic development and peace and a new global financial architecture in cooperation with all nations.

Australia and the people have no choice in a time of crisis, except to do what seems impossible—change the system! And it starts with you. I urge you to support me, join the CEC and ennoble your mind with the power of ideas and creativity; inspire your family and friends to do the same; we need a new policy for Australia and Australians.

Stand-up and be counted. Vote for the CEC and join the fight now!

PHONE: 0409 954 320

Judy Sudholz
Judy Sudholz Judy Sudholz is married to Graham and they live on their farm in Brookton. They have four children. Judy has previously stood for the seat of Moore in the State electorate.

She knows that the CEC is the only hope that we have to stop the destruction of the farming and manufacturing sectors of Australia, which have been decimated by the current political and financial systems.



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