What is the Lima Declaration?

The Lima Declaration is a UN-led initiative that seeks to “flatten” the world’s production to redistribute wealth to give all nations a “fair share”.

It is an international trade agreement similar to G.A.T.T, (General Agreement on Trade and Tariffs).

Australia is a signatory to The Lima Declaration as it is to many other GATT agreements.

The Lima Declaration is just one of hundreds of international agreements and treaties, signed on behalf of all Australians by one man , usually The Minister for Foreign Affairs or his nominee.

Many of the international treaties signed by governments on our behalf are driven by the United Nations, a body that no Australian has approved by voting in a referendum to allow them having a say in how we are governed or how we conduct our national affairs.

Australian political parties have signed these treaties to undermine Australian Sovereignty, giving them almost unlimited power to dictate our lives.

The High Court decision on the Franklin Dam issue in Tasmania (opposed by the Greens) is an example of how the government has ignored our sovereign right to determine decisions of national importance.

UN-inspired treaties are used to implement processes that directly impact on the Australian people’s ability to manufacture and work. Yet, governments sign these treaties without our authority voting in a referendum. And in most cases, Australians are completely unaware of how these treaties will impact on our lives. Yet if we were aware we would be totally opposed to them.


By not giving us a voice in these decisions by initiating a referendum, governments have been getting around the Australian Commonwealth Constitution. All governments who have signed these treaties are guilty of treason. Treason is being committed using many names, including International Treaties, conventions, or in this case declaration, The Lima Declaration.

Whitlam, Frazer, Hawke, Keating, Hewson, Howard, Beasley, the democrats, Greens and the Nationals all subscribe to this type of economic genocide, albeit under different names. They have given it many names, including, “North South Dialogue” – “G.A.T T” – “Internationalism” – “Inter-dependence” – “International Monetary Fund” (I.MF) “World Bank” or the newly uncovered “New World Order”. In reality, it is all part of the same agenda to destroy our independence and force us to become a subsidiary nation under the United Nations One World Government.

What Does the Lima Declaration Mean for Australians?

The Lima Declaration is an agreement to wind down Australian manufacturing by around 30% and to import that amount from other preferred Countries we sign trade agreements with.

Australian companies have fled overseas to Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam and China

The Declaration also mandates that we import as much primary produce as we can consume; such as fruit, meat etc.

That was the original intent.

However, the target has now blown out way beyond 30%. Current estimates are that 90% of our production capacity has gone, and our jobs with it.

We see this almost daily. Factories and even whole industries are closing down. We have, for example, completely lost our once-vibrant car manufacturing industry, including all the other manufacturing businesses that supplied parts and equipment for the car manufacturers. Tens of thousands of Australians have lost their livelihoods, with no other jobs available to replace them. Yet government statistics are used to hide these results.

There is no mention in the agreement about what happens to the Australians who lose their jobs, their factories or their farms as a result of these unfair and illegal agreements. We have become expendable.

As a result, we have become a “service economy”, as successive governments have crowed about this spurious achievement.

The poisonous “fast food industry” has grown very fast over the last 30 or 40 years to cater for the growing number of “poor” Australians who cannot afford to buy natural, healthy food produced in Australia. This has resulted in Australia becoming the world’s leading obese nation.

At the same time we are seeing a rising increase in health problems such as children’s allergies, autism, ADD, ADHD, mental health issues, and much more. We are rapidly becoming an unhealthy nation. You only have to watch TV to see the increasing number of advertisements urging us to buy health insurance or to buy “healthy” products, that in reality contain food additives, too much salt and/or sugar to be anything but healthy.

The other alternative for Australian businesses is to flee these restrictive policies and re-locate offshore and then export their ideas and products back to Australia. Our offshore neighbours are also party to The Lima Declaration and other trade agreements. They are more than happy to give you the land, assist you in every way and not tax you for the first five, eight, or even ten years. Their interest rates may range from nil to 4%, not to mention the Australian Governments incentives available to importers from preferred countries And so the playing field is drastically tilted to get the result required by the UN-led Government and financial activities.

How Do Governments Enforce These Agreements?

While ignoring our Constitution, successive governments have passed illegal Acts of Parliament to increase taxes, interest rates, the cost of employing people (without the worker gaining any benefit), and instituting environmental planning controls that destroy our ability to produce. These governments have used trade unions to help them, by encouraging union leaders to negotiate employment agreements favouring the government’s aims.

Illegal Acts of Parliament have been passed to enforce UN Law

Here’s how it works. Let’s say you want to manufacture a new product that requires 5 acres of industrial land at around 2 million dollars. Before you even turn over the first sod you will pay around 25 thousand dollars a year rates, and 25 thousand dollars land tax.

Add to that hundreds of thousands in ‘contributions’ to Council coffers for “planning permissions” and other requirement like and environmental studies. To pay for this you will likely borrow at 15-20% interest then, if you are lucky.

By the time you jump through all these hoops you might be able to start manufacturing in 2 to 5 years.

But don’t think you are home free. That’s when the unions will step in and cause loss of production. At the same time, the Government will make you subject to time consuming unnecessary costs, paperwork, insurance and payroll tax and force you to collect sales tax (GST) on your product, all enforced with heavy penalties including jail sentences for late or non-compliance.

None of this existed forty years ago. Back then we had relatively little government interference in our lives or the way we conducted business. In fact, the government actively encouraged Australian business by imposing heavy import duties on overseas imports.

Then Australians started voting in Labor governments. The rot really began in earnest from the time Gough Whitlam was elected. His 1972 policy speech began, “Men and Women of Australia! The decision we will make for our country on 2 December is a choice between the past and the future, between the habits and fears of the past, and the demands and opportunities of the future.”

How Does the Lima Declaration Affect Me?

  • At least 50% of the productive Australian workforce becomes unemployed
  • Taxes on the remainder in employment increases, to pay for the unemployed
  • With new shortage of income you are forced to buy cheaper — imports, or go without thereby aggravating the spiral of well planned economic transfer
  • Resulting in oppression by government edict

As we are already seeing, unproductive government are increasing their staff  numbers to cover up the real unemployed statistics

Or they are changing the definition of unemployed; if you work 10 hours a month you will be considered employed.

We then have more people in Government at all levels with little to do, other than think up more ways of controlling those who are left to produce what little we don’t import, employed thinking up new revenue raising schemes, and raising penalties to ensure their salaries.

One of the more destructive acts government has ensured compliance with their UN agenda has been to try and confiscate all firearms. By disarming us they can ensure that we are unable to resist the government as their policies become even more restrictive until they have established a Communist State at least as bad as anything the Soviet Union ever imposed.

And last but not least, the obscure reason behind The Lima Declaration is finally being revealed. Australia has become a dependent nation; dependent on other nations for everything from shoes, to machinery, food, and even our defence for our very survival.

What Can We Do About This?

We, the people of Australia, have “forgotten” that the government derives its power from us. No government has the right to dictate how we live our lives, do business, or even conduct our private lives. Yet that is exactly what is happening today.

The political system is designed to take away our right to have a say in our own government. We must change this.

Citizens Initiated Referendums (CIR) will put the power into the hands of all voting Australians to start referendums to amend our Constitution.

Getting CIR will not be easy. No government wants to give the people the right to make them accountable to the voters. That would take away their power over us and stop them implementing the UN bid to impose the New World Order (NWO) One World Government.

If we are going to change the system we need a Plan. Advance Australia has a 5-Step Plan that is designed to change the STRUCTURE of our government that will make political parties irrelevant and put the power into the hands of the people.

You can change the way our country is run. You can help restore Power to the People, and give all Australians a voice in our own government.

It is up to You. Will you take the first step and click on this link to become a member of Advance Australia?

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