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2 October 1981. Thought for the Week: "There is nothing so powerful as truth".
SOUTH AFRICA MAJOR TARGET AT CHOGM
President Kaunda, Zambia's President, was the first Commonwealth leader to arrive in Melbourne for the CHOGM Conference, and lost no time in calling for greater pressure on South Africa to retreat from South West Africa (Namibia). Speaking at a dinner given by Prime Minister Fraser, Kaunda waxed eloquent about the necessity for South Africa to stop ignoring "justice and freedom". Needless to say, Kaunda made no reference to the lack of justice and freedom in Zambia under his regime; of how he progressively tore up the Constitution negotiated with the British when the former Northern Rhodesia was granted independence; of his brutal mass killing of the inoffensive religious Lumpur sect; of his oppression of his political opponents; and of his ruining of the previous thriving economy, with the result that he depends upon the very South Africans he abuses, to help feed the Zambian people.
President Kaunda said the whites of South Africa had nothing to fear from "majority rule". He did not explain why the majority of whites have left Zambia under his form of "majority rule". It may be that Prime Minister Fraser is so ignorant of African realities that he is not familiar with what has happened in Zambia under Kenneth Kaunda. But presumably even Malcolm Fraser is aware of what has happened to all Indian minorities following the granting of "independence" to African countries like Kenya and Uganda. Has he given any thought to what would happen to the Indian minority in Natal if "majority rule" were introduced in South Africa?
The extravagance of Kaunda's language,
typical of most African political leaders, can be judged by
his reference to Prime Minister Fraser, stating, "The great
people of Australia must be congratulated on their wise choice
of a leader who commands so much international love, respect
and admiration". This flowery eulogy comes at a time when
Mr. Fraser is fighting desperately to survive against the
growing number of critics inside his own party, and when the
public opinion polls show that electoral support for him has
reached a new all time low.
As pointed out by former Prime Minister, Sir William McMahon, in a carefully documented letter in "The Weekend Australian" of September 26-27, "The geographical position of South Africa is of vital importance. Namibia and South Africa are surrounded on the north by Angola, Zambia and Zimbabwe with Tanzania and Mozambique on the outskirts. These are five of the frontline States that have been entrusted to enlist support for Black Nationalist movements in southern Africa. Angola and Mozambique are under communist control. The Zambian government is strongly influenced by the Soviet Ambassador to Lusake, and Zimbabwe is shedding any elements of democracy. The occupation of Namibia by hostile communists would threaten the security of South Africa."
As stressed by President Kaunda, Malcolm Fraser played a "special role" in the "settlement" in Zimbabwe. It was this "settlement" which brought Communist Mugabe to power, the man who now has invited in the North Koreans to train his armed forces. Having played his part in sacrificing the whites in Rhodesia, Malcolm Fraser now moves on to attempt to sacrifice the whites of South Africa. Whether he understands it or not, Prime Minister Fraser has proved himself to be one of the Greatest assets the Soviet has in its drive to remove all Western influence from Africa.
FORMER PRIME MINISTER DOCUMENTS ISRAELI SUBVERSION
Many observers, particularly Christians, have been puzzled by the tragic events in the Lebanon, with the Zionist Israeli's apparently on the side of the Christians. But the publication in English of extracts from the diaries of former Israeli Prime Minister, Foreign Minister and Minister for Defence, Moshe Sharett, provides a blinding insight into how the Zionists operate, and their ultimate objectives.
As even the works of distinguished anti-Zionist Jews like Dr. Alfred Lilienthal are almost completely suppressed; it is not surprising that the media generally have ignored the Sharett diaries. These were published in 1978, and written in Hebrew. But extracts have now been translated into English, and reveal that the Zionist leaders worked actively to subvert Lebanon by setting up a puppet Christian State.
Israeli Prime Minister Ben-Gurion is quoted as suggesting that the Maronite Christians in Lebanon be pushed to "proclaim a Christian State". Sharett disagreed with this proposal, noting that the Christians in the Lebanon were divided and not likely to act as the Prime Minister suggested. Subsequently, in a letter to Sharett on February 27th, 1964, Prime Minister Ben-Gurion observed that "Lebanon is the weakest link in the Arab League", but that the Christians could be used to "bring about a radical change there".
The creation of a Christian State in Lebanon, Ben-Gurion wrote, "has historical roots and it will find support in wide circles in the Christian world, both Catholic and Protestant". He went on to state that "now is the time to bring about the creation of a Christian State in our neighbourhood. Without our initiative and our vigorous aid this will not be done. It seems to me that this is the central duty, or at least one of the central duties, of our foreign policy.... If money is necessary, no amount of dollars should be spared, although the money may be spent in vain..."
The Sharett diaries go on to reveal how it was suggested that if a Lebanese officer could be found, if necessary by bribing him, to declare himself the saviour of the Maronite population, the Israeli army could then occupy part of Lebanon, the territory from the Litani southwards being "totally annexed to Israel..."
Developments since Sharett's diaries were published confirm that the Israeli's are continuing with their strategy of attempting to exploit the Lebonese Christians as part of an on-going programme to expand Israel's borders northwards to the Litani River.
The prestigious International Institute for Strategic Studies provides sobering facts concerning the number of Communist troops on the African continent. Apart from the Soviet and East German troops, there are 19,000 Cuban troops in Angola, and 14,000 Cubans in Ethiopia. We confidently predict that in the anti-South African attacks at CHOGM, there will be no call for the Communist dominated nations to take their troops out of Africa.
Reports state there was an abundance of food and drinks at the welcoming banquet for President Kaunda of Zambia. Subsequent functions witnessed the same abundance. Tonight (October 2) the Commonwealth Heads of State fly to a "retreat" in Canberra, where they will stay at the Lakeside Hotel. On Saturday evening they will be entertained by Prime Minister Fraser at a champagne banquet at the Lodge. On Sunday the CHOGM team will face up again for a solid meal, this time a barbecue on a sheep station. We presume the lavish entertainment by Prime Minister Fraser is to ensure that he and his guests have sufficient strength to consider how they are going to work out their plans to feed the poor of the world!
"The eyes of the fool are on the ends of the earth." Prime Minister Fraser could profitably ponder on this piece of wisdom. While he, and fellow supporters of the New International Economic Order are attempting to plan the whole world; their own societies are threatened with internal collapse leading to open totalitarianism. In his third Boyer address on the A.B.C., Professor John Passmore warned that Australia could develop a society totally dependent upon, and at the mercy of the State. In such a society the general public would behave "like respectable Germans in Nazi Germany."
Professor Passmore warned that the present attitude towards youth unemployment and other problems was leading towards disaster. As we have constantly pointed out, it is physically possible in Australia for all the necessary production to take place with a lowering of the retirement age and the consequent greater opportunity for the youth of the nation to enter the production system. All that is required is a change of financial policy
Premier Joh Bjelke-Petersen has continued to maintain his strong anti-CHOGM attitude. He deliberately declined an invitation by Prime Minister Fraser to attend a State dinner this week. The Premier has consistently criticised the Fraser anti-South African policy.
A New York policeman has been blinded by acid thrown by anti-South African demonstrators. Demonstrators at the Kennedy airport tossed jars of acid at a plane, which they erroneously believed was carrying the South African Springbok football team. While anti-South African demonstrators mouth slogans about upholding the "rights" of South African blacks, they brutally trample on the rights of their fellows. Many of them are criminal thugs masquerading as idealists. And they can claim certain respectability because of the constant anti- South African charges of the Malcolm Frasers of the world.
A Bellingen, (N.S.W.) actionist sends
us a circular letter, which has been sent to customers by
the "Self Reliance Seed Company", of P.O. Box 96, STANLEY,
Tas., 7331. It is very much of interest to those supporters
concerned with Plant Variety Rights legislation:
The Bellingen actionist also sends us
the following letter, which was published in the "National
Farmer", August 20th last:
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