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10 June 1977 Thought for the Week: "Now, it is an established fact that some of the dramatic events in the Second World War brought to light with brutal clarity the preponderant influence which was exerted by anonymous irresponsible, and elusive occult forces on the vital decisions taken by some of the American leaders - decisions which have and will determine the future of the world - and which became particularly evident in the course of F.D. Roosevelt's virtual dictatorship".
Count Leon de Poncins, in the Introduction to State Secrets, 1975.
Eric D. Butler
The 1977 referendums assisted
further in demonstrating just which politicians stand for principles instead of
cringing before the cry of "party loyalty". I have never been a strong supporter
of Senator Kathy Martin of Queensland, but she must be given full marks for her
magnificent stand. Her fellow Senators, including Independent Senator Brian Harridine
from Tasmania, who campaigned for NO, demonstrated that there is more integrity
and independence in the Senate than in the House of Representatives.
far as I know, there was not one Member of the House of Representatives who publicly
supported the NO case, even though privately some expressed their misgivings.
Defying their own party machines, Premier J. Bjelke Petersen of Queensland, and
his Deputy, Liberal leader W. Knox, helped to play a decisive role in the essential
NO vote in Queensland. Both leaders were subjected to severe criticism from Prime
Minister Fraser, some of whose comments indicated his close spiritual affinity
with Mr. Gough Whitlam.
Gallup Poll predicted a 62% YES vote for the Simultaneous Elections proposal in
Queensland, a 55% YES vote in Tasmania and a 65% YES vote in Western Australia.
The vote was 47% YES in Queensland, 47% in Western Australia and 34% in Tasmania.
The pollsters were wrong by over 30% in Western Australia and Queensland and over
40% in Tasmania.
MALCOLM FRASER JOINS THE INTERNATIONAL ANTI-RODESIA CHORUS
Prime Minister, Mr. Fraser, today urged an end to Apartheid, and a rapid move
to majority rule in Rhodesia. The Sun, (Melbourne) June 4th, 1977.
What does this
mean? It means that Malcolm Fraser has been well and truly "briefed" in London
on the correct "line" to take on Southern Africa - not that he didn't know already
- and that he is flailing about him like one possessed to get into line, and stay
there. The aptly named Peacock is eagerly bringing up the rear. But we think that
the meaning of this is more ominous. Malcolm Fraser is under "international orders"
and if he is not to blot his copy book in the eyes of what has now become known
as the Conspiracy, he must join the other vultures on the bough above the entrapped
body of Southern Africa, waiting for it to commit suicide.
Africa has now been shoved into the front line in the War against the West, with
the Communist powers supporting armed insurrection and terrorism against Rhodesia,
and fomenting civil strife in South Africa. The West, "stupid and decadent" (Dmitri
Manuilski, Moscow 1930) is waging a propaganda war against Southern Africa, and
is giving material aid in the form of food-stuffs and money to the terrorist guerillas
now killing not only whites, but also blacks. To continue Manuilski's statement,
the West is..."rejoicing to co-operate in its own destruction." What contempt
Comrades Breshnev, Kosygin and Gromyko must have for political non-entities like
Malcolm Fraser, with his lap-dogs, Peacock and Lynch. And how richly deserved!
Count Leon de Poncins: Yes, the book mentioned in the "Thought for the Week", viz. "State Secrets", is available. De Poncin is an authority on the occult forces fermenting beneath the surface of the world political scene, and in "State Secrets" he draws back the veil to give us a glimpse of organised Evil. Price: $3.40, post paid.
We confirm that the $45,000 "barrier" has been penetrated. Thirteen supporters
last week pledged/donated $494.00 to take the Basic Fund to $45,449.
We shall make no further comment on the Basic Fund for a week or two. The National Director will comment next in On Target. Donations/ pledges now being received are being put towards the 1977/78 Basic Fund.
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