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April 7 1978. Thought for the Week: "Since the publication of my first book, Religion, Red and Rotten, a significant change has occurred in the quarters of liberal-ecumenism. They have become more bold and fearless in their strange anti-Christian announcements, publications, press releases, and the execution of various programmes and policies. Their continued and increased support of our sworn enemies is generally known by those who seek to keep themselves informed regarding such matters. Correctly speaking, it is a form of spiritual treason to Christ and country."
Reverend Henry Pike, in the Preface to WHY?
FURTHER EMERGENCE OF WORLD POWER GROUPS AS RHODESLAN DRAMA UNFOLDS
"It was no accident that only days before President
Carter left for his talks in Nigeria this weekend the U.S. State Department
should have suddenly announced its discovery of 'serious inadequacies'
in the Rhodesian internal settlement for black majority rule." - Michael
Barnard, in The Age (Melbourne) April 1st.
Mr. Barnard continues: "Nigeria, the hub of black
Africa - and, by coincidence the No. 2 supplier of oil to the United
States - is solidly against the package agreed between the white leader,
Ian Smith and Rhodesia's widely popular black moderates." Now who would
be financially interested in the production of oil in Nigeria, and its
export to the U.S.A.? No prizes for saying the Rockefellers.
Mr. Barnard asserts that Washington will almost
certainly ditch the Rhodesian settlement; we had not the slightest doubt
that it would. Neither Washington, nor London will agree to any settlement
that will not virtually guarantee the victory of the Communist backed
Patriotic Front. Our own little lap dogs in Canberra will toddle along
beside their masters! Mr. Barnard draws attention to, one, Sam Nujoma,
the S.W.A.P.O. leader from South West Africa, "whose thugs have just
assassinated Chief Clemens Kapuuo, no doubt as part of an attempt to
eliminate all black moderate leaders in the territory".
So we have irrefutable evidence, again, of the virtual symbiosis (Oxford English Dictionary: "Association of two different organisms living attached to one another; such association advantageous to both, etc.) of Monopoly Capitalism and International Communism. The Money Power centred in New York and Washington, exerting pressure on the U.S. Government through such agencies as the Council on Foreign Relations (C.F.R.) and via the "bought" politicians, brings about a rejection of any political settlement which could produce stability in the African area, whilst simultaneously the agents of the International Communist conspiracy exploit the thus produced inflammable political situation militarily, and by subversion.
Mr. Barnard rightly refers to the Kremlin's
strategy for the destruction of white controlled Southern Africa, viz.
"the creation of a pliant band of client States - Angola, Namibia (South
West Africa), Rhodesia (Zimbabwe!) and Mozambique - across the Southern
breadth of the continent. South Africa cut off from the rest of Africa
by land, with the Soviet Navy gaining control of the sea-lanes of Southern
In an article on education in The Bulletin,
28/3/78 Peter Samuel gives examples of the bizarre manner in which taxpayers'
funds are being allocated by the Schools Commission.... "The Canberra
politicians were rather disturbed at recent publicity of the purchase
of a large $30,000 yacht under the Schools Commission "innovations program".
The man in charge told a television reporter that its great educational
benefit was to make the children 'self actuating'.
Peter Samuel went on: "...Various elaborate "social education" programs are based on creepy encounter group and psychiatric models that aim to turn classrooms into mind bending self-criticism centres. The major project of the Curriculum Development Centre in Canberra is a $1 million Social Education Materials Project based on materials for teachers to set up role-playing games and simulation of the agonies of family breakdown and other adult problems. It aims to force all kids through the psychological mincing machine.
Throughout the community there is a concern about standards in the basic skills of literacy and numeracy, yet the Federal Government finds itself funding a lavish development of curriculum materials of a character many voters find dangerous. The CDC has also been churning out lavish packs of slides, tapes and booklets for schools putting a very one-sided view on environmental and town planning issues, and on so called sexism.
If there is a case for centralised curriculum development then it is clearly in the development of non-controversial, generally acceptable material for remedying grave deficiencies in the teaching of the three Rs. Instead, it is producing, for example, "discussion and stimulus material focusing on the breakdown of relationships, separation, divorce and social and interpersonal pressures." One such curriculum has kids doing homework by snooping on their parents "quarrels and then re-enacting them in school." (end of article quote)
Many Australian parents will recognise in the above article the Marxist manipulation of curriculum so evident elsewhere in the world. Apart from anything else, constitutionally the Commonwealth Government has no place in education; it is the province of the States. Whether State Governments have the fortitude to send the Curriculum Development Centre, and particularly the Social Education Materials Project (SEMP) packing, may well decide the future of Australian children.
MR. JEREMY LEE, NATIONAL SECRETARY OF THE INSTITUTE OF ECONOMIC DEMOCRACY, SENDS THIS NOTE AT THE CONCLUSION OF HIS TASMANLAN TOUR"The New Zealand tour was the best and most fruitful I have undertaken. Throughout both islands there is a deepening of understanding, and the New Zealand League of Rights is in the position to precipitate some constructive action. Supporters in New Zealand were elated at the large number of newcomers, particularly young people, at the Auckland meeting before I flew back to Australia.
The Tasmanian situation is also heartening. Apart from public meetings and addresses to service clubs, I have so far conducted three Social Dynamics Schools, with two more to be completed before I continue to South Australia. Although this is only the second tour in Tasmania, there is already sufficient interest and concern to anticipate the first official League dinner and seminar in the State, already being planned for the end of the year. Transport and accommodation on this tour has been volunteered throughout Tasmania. Media coverage, both through television and radio, has been good. All in all, the first three months of 1978 have indicated that morale is high in New Zealand and Tasmania, even though there is little to relish for the economic hazards that lie ahead."
True to form, Mr. Malcolm Fraser didn't hesitate to embarrass two of his own Ministers when things weren't going his way in his dispute over aboriginal reserves in Queensland with the Queensland Government. Last week Mr. Ian Viner (Aboriginal Affairs) and Mr. Peter Nixon (Transport) had discussions with the Queensland Government on this dispute, and a compromise was reached. In a 5p.m. press conference on March 29th Mr. Viner claimed a victory for common sense. Two or three hours later Senator Neville Bonner threatened to resign over the back down, as he saw it, by the Commonwealth Government. Then, after a telephone conversation between Mr. Viner and Mr. Fraser, the deal was off, and Mr. Viner repudiated his former "victory for common sense", of a few hours before.
The Director of the Rhodesia Information Centre in Sydney has said - The Age Melbourne April 1st., that the Commonwealth Government should now drop proposed legislation to close it down. The report adds that Mr. Van Der Spuy made the request in a letter to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Andrew Peacock, and so far he has received no reply, although his letter was written a month ago. We can't pretend to be surprised. We are not sure whether Mr. Van Der Spuy is being naive, or has his tongue bursting out of his cheek when he says; "I would have thought the Australian Government would be falling over themselves with delight at the settlement (in Rhodesia)". Well, perhaps he is wiser now, after the latest Carter puppet show in Nigeria, and the poisonous duplicity of Washington.
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