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27 October 1978. Thought for the Week: "The Money Power and the Revolutionary Power have been set up and given sham but symbolic shapes ('capitalism' or 'communism') and sharply defined citadels ('America' or 'Russia'). Suitably to alarm the mass mind, the picture offered is that of bleak and hopeless enmity and confrontation.... Such is the spectacle publicly staged for the masses. But what if similar men, with a common aim, secretly rule in both camps and propose to achieve their ambition through the clash between those masses? I believe any diligent student of our times will discover that this is the case."
Douglas Reed (1951)

MAJOR OPERATION LAUNCHED TO SAVE AUSTRALIA

The League of Rights has prepared the groundwork for the most important national campaign in its history. It calls for maximum support from every League actionist. The recent decision by the High Court to in essence abolish the vital section 92 of the Constitution, came in time to close the only loophole available to wheat growers as the jaws of the "New International Economic Order" trap are being prepared for closure by Foreign Minister Andrew Peacock and his fellow internationalists, The wool industry is also being prepared for the proposed take-over. Other primary products and minerals will follow.

As the Whitlam Government with Lionel Murphy as Attorney General abolished all rights of appeal to the Privy Council, there can be no appeal against the High Court's bare majority decision, Mr. Justice Lionel Murphy being one of the majority. While it is encouraging to note that the High Court decision on wheat has produced a storm of political action, it is literally a matter of life or death that the proposed surrender of Australia's independence to the "New International Economic Order" be defeated decisively.

If Australians can prevent the jaws of the N.I.E.O. from closing, then they will retain sufficient independence to fight the other major issues which now press upon the nation crushing taxation, immigration and the treachery of the World Council of Churches, now openly campaigning to keep white Rhodesians out of Australia at a time when they are considering possible countries of refuge as their nation gasps for survival. Thanks only to the League of Rights the warning bells have been rung concerning the threat of the "New International Economic Order".

The anti-Australian traitors no doubt thought they would have a nice quiet run through to the point where the necessary legislation could be rushed through Parliament with few politicians understanding the real purpose and long term implications of what is proposed. But the League has thrown the spotlight on the programme of treachery in two books which could play a decisive role in assuring that there is a future Free Australia: Jeremy Lee's documented exposure of the N.I.E.O. plot, "Upon That Mountain" and Mrs. Barbara Treloar's "Fleeced", a masterly exposure of how the great Australian wool industry is being prepared for the international take-over. "Upon That Mountain" is $1.25 posted, or 6 copies for $5 posted, and "Fleeced" is $2.45 posted. These two books have already had an explosive impact where introduced.

Sales are rising. BUT A MASSIVE NATION WIDE DISTRIBUTION OF THE TWO BOOKS, PLUS A CAMPAIGN OF GRASSROOTS ACTION, IS URGENTLY NECESSARY IN THE IMMEDIATE FUTURE.

It has been mooted that the Fraser Government, with the support of "Opposition" Leader W. Hayden, should pass the N.I.E.O. legislation before the end of this year. The League has already set in motion a most comprehensive campaign, and is providing advice and guidance to concerned groups willing to fight. But a major thrust of the League's campaign is being prepared in the form of a special issue of the popular style news magazine "Electors' Voice".
Those who saw the last issue of the new style "Electors' Voice" will agree that the League has, with its own printing presses and volunteers, now produced a tremendous campaigning instrument for reaching the general public. A number of programmes for selective distribution have been arranged, but it is essential that this be backed up by actionists ensuring that their electorates are thoroughly covered.
There will, of course be articles of general interest. But every Australian must be alerted to the threat of the "New International Economic Order".

The "Electors' Voice" will contain a special striking advertisement for the two books we have mentioned and there will undoubtedly be a flood of requests from what will in effect be a massive advertising campaign. Thousands of new contacts will be made. Another new major League initiative will also be publicised.

Forward planning is most essential and we wish to hear IMMEDIATELY from actionists in all electorates as to what their requirements will be. They should also be planning how they are going to distribute. Bulk prices will be: 50 copies, $5; 100 copies $8; 200 copies $14; 500 copies $32. A special fund has been established to enable distribution by those who cannot afford to pay even the bulk prices, which are all post-free. We visualise a national distribution of at least 100,000 for a start, this in turn providing sufficient finance for progressive distribution.

The League played the major role in defeating Mr. Andrew Peacock's proposal to close The Rhodesian Information Centre, as it did in defeating the attempt to destroy the effectiveness of the Senate in last year's Referendum. Mr. Peacock's attempt to sell Australia to the World Monopolists via "The New International Economic Order" can also be defeated - IF ALL SUPPORTERS OF AUSTRALIAN INDEPENDENCE PULL TOGETHER. Can we hear from YOU?


THE 92 ASSOCIATION PREPARES FOR BATTLE

"The 92 Association which fought hard in the early 1970s to retain free trade between the States under Section 92 of the Constitution is remarshalling its forces." - The Chronicle (Toowoomba) October 5th.

Association President, Mr. W. Jauncey, of Toowoomba, sees its task as "the greatest struggle for the Commonwealth Constitution and freedom of commerce in Australia's history." He said that the call to resurrect the Association had been brought about by the High Court decision. Mr. Jauncey also makes the points we have made above: viz, that there is no appeal against the decision, and that ex-Senator Lionel Murphy, now Mr. Justice Murphy, was responsible for the abolition of appeals from the Australian High Court to the Privy Council.

Mr. Jauncey states that since the basis of all freedom is economic freedom, the safeguards we enjoy under the Australian Constitution must now bear an uncertain question mark. "Many people", he added, "were expressing concern that the arbitrary powers now held by the Australian Wheat Board in relation to across the border trading could be extended to include other primary products, if Australians in general, and primary producers in particular, did not take positive action to defend their liberties."

Mr. Jauncey asks that all who can offer assistance of whatever type (legal, organisational, financial, etc.) contact the "92 Association" 9 Thomas St., Toowoomba, Qld., 4350.

It is the policy of the League of Rights Movements, at home and abroad to assist those who are sharing the battle against the forces of Darkness with us, and we are pleased to notify supporters of the existence and work of the "92 Association".


UNITED NATIONS MOVES AGAINST FREEDOM OF THE PRESS

"Yet what really staggers the mind today, or should do, is that United Nations agencies should be formally harnessed, not to say manipulated, to sanctify each despicable process." - Michael Barnard in The Age (Melbourne) October 21st.

Lord McGregor, former Chairman of British Royal Commission on the Press has denounced U.N.E.S.C.O. as a "powerful enemy" of the Press. U.N.E.S.C.O. is an agency of the United Nations. Its full title is "United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation," Its director general is one, Amadou Mahtar M'Bow of Senegal, who has recently published a draft declaration of what is known as a "new international information order". Do supporters hear a familiar ring? Well, this 'N.I.I.0.' is to be submitted to a general conference of U.N.E.S.C.O.'s 144 member countries very shortly. The UNESCO "draft declaration" is a revision of a draft thrown out in l976, but the essential thrust is still there - i.e. control and direction of the Press.
The Economist
of London states that: "(the declaration) will ensure that the developing world's fledgling journalist of profession confines itself to rewriting government handouts." Michael Barnard correctly asserts that the "New International Information Order is more concerned with ideology than with human freedom.


WILL THE ANTI-SOUTHERN AFRICA LOBBY IN CANBERRA COMMIT AUSTRALIA MILITARILY?

"Federal Cabinet this week is expected to consider a proposal that Australia joins a U.N. peace keeping force to South West Africa." - The Age (Melbourne) October 23rd.

We learn that this was discussed between Andrew Peacock, principal internationalist in the Federal Government and Dr. Kurt Waldheim, Secretary General of the United Nations. If the U.N. decides (as it probably will) to send a "peacekeeping" force to South West Africa, then Australia will probably be asked to participate. Fortunately, there is already strong opposition from some Government Ministers, and from Department of Defence senior officers.
League actionists should, as a matter or urgency, inform their Federal Members, and Government Ministers, that Australian servicemen should not become involved in Southern Africa, and certainly not in the service there of the United Nations. The time may well come when Namibian soldiers may be asked by the United Nations to oversee "free elections" in a Black State in Northern Australia.

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