This is the story of a war bond propaganda war, a story that goes way back.
For a long time, Australian politicians have been talking about war bonds, but what they really mean is “financial assistance for war”.
The idea behind war bonds is that the Government of Australia, or the Commonwealth, would lend the Australian taxpayer money to help the Federal Government fund its war effort in a war zone.
The bonds were first mooted by John Howard in 1975 and in 1976, it was declared the war bond of the nation.
But in 1977, the Government introduced legislation to make war bonds available to the public.
The Government’s War Bonds and Infrastructure Bill 1977 also introduced a $25,000 war bond for every soldier in the Federal Armed Forces.
So in a very long time Australia has been using its war bonds as propaganda.
And the money that goes into the Australian War Bonds Program is often spent on things that are actually useful to the Australian public, such as roads, rail, telecommunications and other infrastructure projects.
As a result, the ABC has been known to broadcast propaganda and stories that the Australian people would like to believe are true, such the ABC’s War Bond Story.
The ABC has also been known, especially in the 1980s, to broadcast anti gay propaganda.
The programs are sometimes called “War Bonds Stories”, and were developed in the late 1980s to provide an alternative to the mainstream media’s “Fair Work” narrative.
The War Bonds program, which has been dubbed the “Fair Labor” program, was designed to promote the “fair labour” concept.
In the early 1980s the ABC and the ABC TV program, The Agenda, ran a series of programs called The Fair Labor Project.
These were an attempt to convince Australians that they were being exploited and mistreated by “foreign” labour, in contrast to the “good” Australian workers who were doing the same work.
It’s also a common theme in the War Bonds propaganda, which goes back to the 1970s.
One of the programs, for example, was titled The War Bonds of War, and featured an ABC News reporter who went on a quest to find out the true extent of the Australian labour shortage.
“Do you want to know the truth?” she asked.
“Yeah, but you’ll have to ask me again,” the reporter replied.
The program also featured an interview with the War Bond Guy, who had some of the first stories about the Australian “War” in the Australian press.
A video of the program, titled The Fair Trade War Bonds, is still available online.
The Fair Labor War Bonds Project was discontinued in 1993.
But that’s not all the War Bonds program has done.
In 1999 the ABC, like many others, aired a series called War Bonds in the Shadows.
The first story in this series was about a war bonds program run by a “local” ABC News station in Western Australia.
The story was about the War and Austrailia War Bonds.
It showed a number of workers at a local ABC station who were “fair trade” workers and who were receiving money from the War Department.
The stories featured a number to show the workers were receiving the “equal treatment” and “fair wages” that they should have.
In 2002, a series was aired titled The Australian War Bond and Labor.
The “fair wage” programs were also aired by the ABC.
These programs had a number related to fair trade and fair trade workers.
In 2003 the ABC aired a program called The War Bays of War.
It was the first story to be broadcast about a Fair Labor Program.
But the ABC did not stop there.
In 2005, the Fair Labor program was expanded to cover the Australian Workers’ War.
This program was about Fair Trade Workers and Fair Trade Projects.
The war bonds programs were expanded to include the Australian Labor War Bond Program, Fair Trade Jobs and Fair Work Projects.
These stories also featured Fair Trade workers, Fair Work workers, and Fair Wage workers.
The Australian Workers War Bonds were expanded in 2012 to cover a variety of other War Bonds programs.
These include Fair Trade and Fair Labor Projects, Fair Jobs and Jobs, Fair Pay, Fair Wage and Fair Pay Projects, the Australian Work Projects and Fair Job Projects.
And finally, the War Workers War Bond was expanded in 2017 to cover Fair Trade Job Projects, including Fair Pay and Fair Jobs Projects.
But while there are a number War Bonds stories, the main theme in many of these programs is Fair Labor, Fair Labor.
So what do the ABC programs have in common?
In the past, the war bonds stories were usually about Fair Labor programs, Fair Labour jobs, Fair wage workers, fair pay jobs and fair pay projects.
But in the past few years, the focus has shifted away from Fair Labor and towards Fair Work and Fair Play.
In 2018, the stories on Fair Labor projects and Fair work jobs have switched to Fair Work projects and fair play projects.
The fair play and fair work programs,