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28 May 1982. Thought for the Week: "If Christianity is true - in precisely the sense that an electrically charged wire is 'live', or that music is real - then society must live by its truth, or collapse; it is collapsing."
Dr. Bryan W. Monahan.
AFTER THE FALKLANDS
Assuming that the British are successful in the major military attempt to place the Falkland Islands and the 2000 British people under British control again, the sacrifice of lives and resources will have been in vain unless the traitors in the Foreign Office, those primarily responsible for the betrayal of the Rhodesians, are rooted out and British policies are directed towards protecting British interests everywhere.
As pointed out last weekend, by Mr.
Bruce Ruxton, the outspoken President of the Victorian Branch
of the R.S.L., if the view expressed by deputy opposition
leader Mr. Bowen is accepted, that the Falklands conflict
was not worth one British life, the end result would be that
minorities everywhere should be sacrificed.
If the Falkland Islands, clearly of the greatest strategic importance, are not worth worrying about, then what of Gibraltar, the British fortress at the tip of the Iberian Peninsular? This was ceded to Britain "in perpetuity" by Spain in 1713. Then there is the controversy between Guyana, which obtained its independence in 1966, and neighbouring Venezuela, which claims that part of Guyana belongs to Venezuela. Belize, the former Central American colony of British Honduras, which was granted independence last year, has been claimed by neighbouring Guatemala. The threat of aggression by Guatemala has resulted in the British maintaining a small garrison of troops and a number of Harrier jets in Belsize. A similar military presence in the Falklands would almost certainly have been sufficient deterrent to the Argentine attack.
No objective student of history can doubt today that the Second World War could have been averted if the British had helped to offset some of the worst effects of the Great Depression by a strong defence programme. Not only was defence spending slashed, but also the treacherous Socialists preached a type of pacifism, which encouraged Hitler to misjudge the British will to fight. The British were "set up", as Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain eventually suspected, but as C. H. Douglas observed, once the military conflict had started, the British had no alternative but to strive to win, thus providing a chance against a certainty. Unfortunately, however, the method by which the war was waged, including the criminally absurd "unconditional surrender" policy, ensured that the peace was lost.
While there can be little doubt that
the Falkland Islands conflict was yet another "set up", with
far reaching international implications, the stand by the
Thatcher Government could have been used to foster a regeneration
of the old British world, still a major barrier to the establishment
of the World Monopoly State. The attitude of Fabian Socialist
Trudeau of Canada, still preaching "peaceful co-existence"
with the Soviet, was predictable on the Falklands.
We have no doubt that if South Africa, in self-defence, seized control of Zimbabwe, Mr. Fraser would act rather differently than he has on the Falklands Islands issue. The vicious anti-South African campaign of the Frasers of the English speaking world has, understandably, resulted in a strong anti-British backlash in South Africa and considerable open support for Argentina. Perhaps the saddest development of all is the bitter comment by some Rhodesians who, having been betrayed by the old British Commonwealth nations, now make it clear they have no sympathy whatever for the crisis in which the British government is involved. The overall tragedy of all this is the fragmenting of the British world and the isolation of South Africa, a major victory for the enemies of Western Civilisation.
If the old British Commonwealth, the same type of people sharing the same heritage, cannot come together in a constructive lead to the rest of the world, then the years ahead look extremely bleak. The manner in which the British military campaign in the Falkland Islands has been conducted, demonstrates once again that the British have no peers in the field of innovation and resourcefulness. If that same resourcefulness could be applied in the field of politics, economics and finance, the world situation could be transformed. But if the treacherous policies which led to the Falkland Islands tragedy are not challenged and defeated, then once again the British will have co-operated in another major retreat.
WITHOUT COMMENTThe following two items appeared in "The Australian Jewish News" of May 21st: "The Jews of Argentina are supporting their Government's current position in the Falkland Islands because they fear that the fall of President Leopoldo Galtieri would lead to the re-emergence of forces loyal to the late Juan Peron, which most Argentine Jews consider both anti-Jewish and anti-Israel. This was disclosed by a six-member group belonging to the American Jewish Committee which recently returned from a fact finding tour of South America."
"Daia, the representative body of Argentine Jewry, has issued a statement commending the Argentine invasion of the Falkland Islands. The statement declared, 'The country's Jewish community rejoices at this historic moment. The action of taking possession of a territory that is Argentina's own by historical right is an act of justice. The Jewish people for so long seeking to recover the land of its ancestors - which it finally obtained - has the full measure of experience to understand, and feel solidarity with, the act of restitution of the Malvinas as the national inheritance.'
The Banco Mercantil, a Jewish owned bank, was the first to apply to open a branch at Port Stanley, the capital of the Falklands, after the Argentine invasion.
CANNOT SOMEONE TELL PRIME MINISTER FRASER
If any of Mr. Malcolm Fraser's colleagues have
any influence with him, they should take him aside and tell
him that his latest jet jaunt abroad has been regarded as
a boring but expensive joke by large numbers of Australians.
Back in the Whitlam era, Malcolm Fraser said, "Australia doesn't
want a tourist as Prime Minister". The self appointed saviour
of the world was listened to politely in Washington, Ottawa
and Tokyo. Some of the Australian reporters travelling with
Mr. Fraser, probably in an endeavour to show some gratitude
for the trip, did their best to suggest that the trip had
some value. But they could not disguise the truth that the
Fraser mission was a flop.
In an attempt to impress in Japan, Mr.
Fraser said that Australia had given a lead on free trade
to the world by "the restructuring of Australian rural industry."
He did not, however, mention Australia's protective measures
for secondary industry. Rather ironically, while Mr. Fraser
was calling for free trade as a means of overcoming the world
depression, back in Australia Sir Phillip Lynch was announcing
that the Fraser Government had commissioned an urgent report
into possible protection for the troubled steel industry against
imports. The deficiency of purchasing power in relationship
to prices is forcing every developed nation to seek to solve
its internal problems by a "favourable balance of trade".
While in the U.S.A., Mr. Fraser called for a tougher economic and political line by the Western allies against the Soviet Union. He did not mention that Australian exports to the Soviet had quadrupled since the invasion of Afghanistan.
Following the High Court's recent revolutionary decision that the Federal Government can, under the External Powers section of the Constitution, enter into international agreements permitting it to override the States, Mr. Al Grassby expressed his delight and said he visualised a flood of complaints in Queensland against "racial discrimination". The Socialists are keenly anticipating a vast extension of Federal power over the States. Not surprisingly, it was announced late last week that a High Court writ was issued in the Brisbane Registrar seeking a declaration that Torres Strait Islanders in the Marray Island group are owners of the land and surrounding reefs. If this claim succeeds, many similar claims can be anticipated. If the States wish to survive, they should immediately initiate a campaign to force a referendum to change the Constitution to prevent a threatened revolution.
New Zealand comment by Ray Lilley, in The Australian (May 14th) reports on Mr. Hiwi Tauroa - N.Z. Race Relations Conciliator, who says that the so-called multiracial Utopia of the South Pacific is "foundering on reality". Similarly, Australia's own mythmakers and dream weavers are running out of magic.
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