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March 10 1978. Thought for the Week: "But the most remarkable thing of all was that your free, independent, incorruptible press, your famous Times, Guardian, New Statesman and all the rest of them, all wittingly shared in the covering up of this crime (the forced repatriation of Russian refugees to Stalin's Soviet Union) and would have kept silent to this day had not Professor Epstein from America so tactlessly started his investigations into the Fascist techniques which democracies are capable of employing. The conspiracy of the British press was only too successful: indeed there must be many people in Britain today who have not the slightest idea about this crime committed at the end of the Second World War. But it was committed, and it has left a deep and painful mark on the Russian memory."
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn in BBC radio broadcast, March 24th, 1976.
ANOTHER UNSAVOURY TRUTH REVEALED
It has taken over thirty years for one of the most shocking crimes of the Second World War and its aftermath to be publicised by a media which can no longer suppress it: the brutal treatment of Stalin's refugees by the British and American Governments at the end of the Second World War. Even some of those who had fled the Communist terror back in the twenties, were sent back at bayonet point into Stalin's hell. Much of the press comment concerning the revelations allocates most of the blame to Anthony Eden and the British Foreign Office. Without in any way attempting to minimise the revolting behaviour of the pro-Soviet sympathisers in the British Foreign office, we stress the fact that what came to be known as "Operation Keelhaul" had the full support of the Roosevelt regime and General Eisenhower. The policy of agreeing to Stalin's demands was endorsed at the infamous Yalta Conference early in 1945.
Writing in his best seller - The Red Pattern of World Conquest, Eric D. Butler was one of the first to draw attention to "Operation Keelhaul". Numbers of other authorities on world revolution has dealt with the affair over the years, but they received comparatively little publicity and were brushed aside with the sneer of "right wing extremists". But now the truth is coming out, as it is on so many other issues long hidden from the view of the great majority. Mr. Eric Butler has dealt in depth with "Operation Keelhaul" in the March issue of The Intelligence Survey. Non-subscribers may obtain a copy of this issue for 25 cents.
Mr. Butler observes that it was to the great
credit of British Generals like Alexander and Montgomery that they strongly
opposed "Operation Keelhaul", as did a number of American Generals.
Events have once again confirmed the warnings of Solzhenitsyn and others:
that if the West deserts its own traditional standards in an attempt
to appease the Communist criminals, it will eventually pay a dreadful
WHAT FUTURE FOR RHODESIA?
by Eric D. Butler.
Ian Smith's conservative critics will react to the agreement by claiming that his surrender to black "majority rule" is the final act in a series of deliberate betrayals. His critics instance his many statements that there would never be "black majority rule" in Rhodesia in his lifetime. When reminded of this promise recently Mr. Smith made the significant statement that it was Dr. Henry Kissinger who convinced him that he had to accept "majority rule" if Rhodesia was to get any assistance from the West. Smith understood that Kissinger was the authentic voice of the international power men.
When I met with senior Rhodesian Ministers and
officials last year it was clear to me that they were convinced that
the West was determined to sacrifice them to International Communism
unless they surrendered to the demand for "majority rule", a concept
which is both absurd in any society and which, if attempted, can only
lead to the ultimate in tyranny.
During a plane delay in Paris, in 1966, on my
way from London to Salisbury, a man whose remarks indicated that he
was closely associated with international politics, and who obviously
knew first hand British and American political leaders, expressed the
view that the Rhodesians were only surviving because it was generally
thought that it was "unthinkable" that during a period when the British
and other Western European powers were retreating in Africa, the Rhodesians
could seriously consider a unilateral declaration of independence.
There is little doubt that Wilson and his fellow British Socialists would have attempted military force against the Rhodesians if they felt that the British armed forces could be relied upon to attack their fellow British in Rhodesia, many of them, like Ian Smith, with distinguished Second World War records. The Rhodesians were also encouraged by a spontaneous international movement of support. Without this international support it is possible that there would have been military intervention.
The Toronto Globe & Mail of Feb. 21st carried a report that opened "Ottawa (CP) - Arnold Smith, former Commonwealth Secretary General, says he has been privately urging Canada and other Western countries for years to supply arms to Black Nationalist groups in Southern Africa..." This treacherous creature went on to say that he had favoured parachuting Canadian troops into Rhodesia during the '60s to fight the Whites.
As I see it, when Ian Smith was finally convinced
by Dr. Kissinger that international pressure against Rhodesia would
be intensified, and subsequently faced an intensification of Communist-backed
terrorist attacks, he decided on a desperate gamble to salvage something,
to buy still further time, and to put the British and American Governments
in a very difficult situation where they would have to support his internal
agreement or stand exposed for hypocrisy and open support for the Communist
backed "Patriotic Front" of Nkomo and Mugabe - both of whom have rejected
an agreement which excludes them from the immediate power they have
If the Armed Services, the Police and the Judiciary
remain in responsible hands, it is possible that Rhodesia will be spared
the collapse that other "independent" African States have experienced.
But it can be said now that in the longer term a multiracial political
system in Rhodesia has no more chance of operating without growing friction
and ultimate chaos, than has proved to be the reality anywhere else.
The Smith Government's desperate gamble may yet produce some far-reaching and unforeseen developments. In the meantime those Europeans who have decided to hold on in Rhodesia under a new Constitution, together with those Africans who want them to stay, are entitled to the continued support of civilised people everywhere. If the Western betrayal of Rhodesia eventually ruins that country, forces the South Africans to accept a policy leading to the same collapse in South West Africa, South Africa will then be completely isolated. And after South Africa - obviously Australia. Australians must heed the lesson of Rhodesia - while they still have time for some effective action.
We trust that Prime Minister Fraser is noticing what is happening in the United States. During recent times the end of inflation has been proclaimed with a monotonous regularity. But inflation does not go away; it keeps recurring. The latest resurgence has been described as a "shocker", Measured by the price index, inflation during January nearly doubled, with the annual rate now being almost 10%. The bitter coal strike is a symptom of the deteriorating situation in the United States. Even if the miners were to accept a substantial increase in wages, this must under present financial rules increase the inflationary pressure. Nothing but a change of financial policy along the lines now being supported by an increasing number of realists around the world, can save the Americans from more inflation leading to the complete totalitarian State.
The unhappy Kerr affair has demonstrated once again the Prime Minister's shallow approach to fundamental issues. A sensitive Prime Minister would never have exposed Sir John Kerr to the final humiliation of being forced to resign in the face of the inevitable criticism following the UNESCO appointment. The institution of the Monarchy has suffered. By his withdrawal Sir John has at least enhanced his own status. The status of the Prime Minister has been reduced.
JEREMY LEE'S MELBOURNE MEETINGCan Australia take constructive action to avoid the effects of a threatened international finance-economic collapse? The answer at the Loyal Orange Institute 524 Elizabeth St. Wednesday, March 15th. Tell all your friends.
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