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15 July 1966. Thought for the Week: "Both my parents were hard-working, strong-minded, religious people, who brought up their children to strict obedience and respectability, in accordance with the ideas of domestic discipline that prevailed throughout Britain in the closing years of Queen Victoria's reign. In consequence we were an affectionate and united family with a happy home life,"
Page 16, "Sail Ho.!" Volume One of the autobiography of Sir James Bisset, Kt., C.B.E., R.D., R.N.R., Commander of the Legion of Merit (U.S.A.), Commodore (retired) of the Cunard- White Star Line and wartime Captain of the Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth.
THE COMMUNIST "SPLIT" & VIETNAM
Like the bellowing of opponents in professional
wrestling, the Chinese and Russian branches of the Communist world conspiracy
continue to hurl invectives at one another. Red China loses no opportunity
to assure the world headlines that Russia has ratted on the true faith
and become a stooge of the West. The intellectual pundits of the West
lap it up like the gullible wrestling fans and speak of a mellowing
Russia. So far has this clever dialectic maneuver succeeded, that the
casual reading public sees no irony in the rush of Socialist leaders,
Wilson, De Gaulle, Mrs. Ghandi and U.N. Chief U Thant to Moscow to urge
co-operation from the Kremlin triplets in halting the Vietnamese War.
The danger to the free world, contrary to the warnings of Walter Lippman and his like, does not lie in the Chinese or Russian military threats. It lies in the surrender by Socialistic leaders of the West of their nation's sovereignties to a world government under direction of the backers of World Revolution.
With the military defeat of the Communist Ho
Chi Minh certain as soon as the patriotic section of the U.S. can compel
Johnson to really let his generals try, comes the need for haste. Hence
the scurry of ideological brothers to the fountainhead. President Johnson
can no longer be relied upon to hold the fort in the battle to "contain"
the war. There is every indication that he may even heed the advice
of Air Marshal Ky to deal with the source of Vietnam's problem.
Increasingly the Communists must rely on the U.N., an organisation designed and staffed to the back teeth by Socialists, as the chosen instrument to achieve by guile, the world mastery, which their bureaucratic inefficiency could never have achieved by arms.
THE REVOLUTIONARY ROLE OF ISRAEL
Last month the Prime Minister of Israel, Mr.
Levi Eshkol, who leads a Leftist Coalition Government, appeared in Nairobi,
Kenya, at the conclusion of a tour of seven African States, and issued
a joint statement with Jomo Kenyatta, who will be remembered as the
Marxist who managed the frightful Mau Mau terror in Kenya. The Eshkol-Kenyatta
statement attacked "colonialism" with specific reference to Rhodesia.
Over the past twelve months Israel has been making
closer ties with Communist bloc nations. During this period Communist
tactics have been modified in the vital Middle East area. Communist
agent Nasser has astonished, and angered, many Arabs, with his current
attitude of moderation towards Israel. Israel refuses to enter into
diplomatic relations with South Vietnam, and consistently supports the
Communist "line" on "Anti- Colonialism" at the UN.
As Israel is almost completely dependent upon
the flow of financial and economic aid organisad by International Political
Zionism, it is therefore little more than an instrument of this international
power group. Which raises the question: Why is this group aiding and
abetting revolutionary activities, which suit the Communists current
SMEARING CHAING KAI CHEK
When Senator McManus rightly pointed out that Red China was getting Australian wheat at highly advantageous prices he unleashed the usual spate of apologia for the Communists. Correspondence to the press by those defending the Communists sought to belittle Chaing Kai Chek by quoting American Army General, Stilwell. There is little doubt that General Stilwell did the Western cause great damage by his antagonism to the Chinese anti-Communists.
Professor John Beatty on page 113 of his book
"Iron Curtain Over America" remarks,
Stilwell who was noted for his vehemence, which
earned him the nickname "Vinegar Joe", allowed his dislike of Chaing
Kai Chek to go beyond the bounds of normal disagreement between personalities.
This antagonism was seized upon by the strong Communist lobby in America
and used as an entering wedge for vicious anti-Chaing and pro-communist
activity which was designed to change completely the attitude of Western
thought towards National China.
The following is taken from "The Stilwell Papers"
page 328, and is an extract from Gen. Stilwell's diary. Throughout his
diary he refers to Chaing as "the peanut".
One could hardly claim Stilwell as an impartial authority.
THE "BBC" & RHODESIA
Although denied by the Wilson Government, it
is no secret any longer that the BBC in general and the BBC's Overseas
Service in particular is nothing else but a political arm of the Socialists
in Britain. On top of the many lies and distortions about Rhodesia,
which the BBC has spread in recent months, and on which we have been
commenting in previous issues, our attention has been drawn to an advertisement
in the Mauritian paper "ACTION" of March 17th. This advertisement
appeared under the heading:
This gives the lie to the British Government's
protestations that the BBC does not interfere in the internal affairs
of Rhodesia. In fact it goes further: it proves that the BBC also interferes
with the government of South Africa, one of Britain's main trading partners,
and a country with which Britain has still a defence agreement. It is
little wonder that many Rhodesians say that BBC stands for "Brutal Beezelbub
"CULTURE" AND COMMUNISM
The practice of granting diplomatic privileges
and fostering "cultural" exchanges with the Soviet has always been abused
- or should we say, "used" - by the Communists. They have been shown
time and time again as fostering espionage and subversive activities
against their host. And yet we stupidly continue to accept their embassies,
cultural groups etc on the same basis as any friendly country.
No doubt; but we do not think that he will receive many volunteers to return with him to the "peoples democracy". The would be Klaus Fuch's we have prefer to work from the relative luxury of the capitalist cultures which they ideologically despise. The cultural exchange program is one way, as is the propaganda programme - against us. The trade programme is one way too - for them!
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