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19 August 1966. Thought for the week: "The hottest fires of Hell are reserved for those who in a period of moral crisis maintain neutrality".


During the closing stages of the autumn session of Federal Parliament the Government was criticised for trading with North Vietnam and Communist China. It was revealed that up until February of this year Australia was exporting to North Vietnam. In 1964-65 trade with North Vietnam totaled 310,316 dollars. The Government claimed that the trade with North Vietnam had been in non-strategic materials. However, a report in "The Export Reporter" for July states that in February of this year the Government made an "unpublicised...decision" to stop trade with North Vietnam because "it recognised it could not morally trade with people it was fighting."
We would like to believe that moral consideration motivated the Government to stop exports to North Vietnam. But we must express our doubts.

North Vietnam is but the instrument through which Communist China - and the Soviet Union - is seeking to extend its power and influence in the whole of South-East Asia. If South Vietnam falls, then other South-East Asian countries will quickly follow behind the Bamboo Curtain.
In spite of Communist China's role in the war in Vietnam, the Australian Government sees no violation of any moral principles by increased trade with China.
The truth is that trade with North Vietnam was minute compared with trade with Communist China.
In the case of Communist China, a short-sighted policy of expediency on economic grounds has taken precedence over moral principles. Australians may one day pay a terrible price for this violation of principles.
There is absolutely no justification - not even economic justification - for an export policy, which sustains a deadly enemy thrusting against American and Anzac troops in South Vietnam.

In recent years Communist China has progressively increased its military and economic aid to North Vietnam. This aid has included the sending of Chinese troops to North Vietnam. American pilots are being shot down by anti-aircraft guns manned by Peking air defence troops.

"Far Eastern Economic Review" of July 14 reported:
"China is at present believed to have some 40,000 non-combatant engineers and logistic personnel in North Vietnam; they are mainly occupied with keeping the supply routes to China open, the most important being the Langson to Laokay railway via Hanoi, which is also important for internal Chinese transport, since it is the only railway linking China's Dwangsi and Yunnan provinces...The amount of Chinese technical, economic and military aid is not known, but no doubt it is very extensive in relation to China's own capabilities."

No matter how much double-talk is used, Australia's economic aid to Communist China helps Peking to increase assistance to North Vietnam, thus ensuring that more American, Australian and New Zealand soldiers have to die or be wounded in the struggle against North Vietnam. And the same Government, which can justify trading with the Chinese Communist enemy, can at the same time justify economic sanctions against anti-Communist Rhodesia.

One of the first necessities for winning the struggle against International Communism is to put an end to double-talk and double-standards.
Australia could give a lead by ceasing to send economic aid to the Chinese Communist enemy and by ending the economic boycott of friendly, anti-Communist Rhodesia.


The Communists have always visualised an eight-step path to a racial revolution in the U.S.A.: propaganda, agitation, non-violent direct action, civil disobedience, armed self- defence, selective terror, urban and rural guerrilla warfare, and finally, a full-scale racial revolutionary war.

The "Peking People's Daily" of August 8 stated:
"Now the Negro masses of the United States have come to realise not only that they must strive for power, but that they must seize power by violence. This is a major turning point in the history of the American Negro people's struggle...This is an excellent thing for the anti-US struggle of the whole world".

In his Paper at the League of Rights 1966 Seminar, to he held in Melbourne on Saturday, September 17, eminent Canadian authority on revolutionary movements Mr. Ron Gostick will expose the Communist influence behind the growing race riots in the U.S.A.


"Newsweek" magazine is one of those sophisticated journals produced for the alleged "intellectuals". Smart young business and professional men can often be seen with their copy of "Newsweek" under their arms.
"Newsweek" of August 8 carried the following item: "With the publication of a single snapshot of himself floating down the mighty Yangtze River, Red China's Mao Tse-tung advertised to the world last week that, contrary to persistent reports, he is hale and hearty - and very much in charge of the current leadership purge shaking the Communist mainland."

When the New China News Agency from Peking published the fantastic story about the seventy-two-year-old Mao Tse-tung swimming nine miles in 65 minutes (approximately four times faster than existing world swimming records!) most of the press of the world had the sense to treat this story with derision. But "Newsweek" accepts a head-shot photo, allegedly of Mao, allegedly in the Yangtse River, and reaches the conclusion that the Communist leader is "hale and hearty and very much in charge of the current leadership purge".


Much to the horror of those naive people who believe that Fabian Socialism has nothing whatever to do with Communism, in fact is "a barrier against Communist extremism", we have consistently stressed that the Fabian Socialists are dangerous front-runners for the Communists in the revolutionary war against the free society. Further evidence of the close relationship between the Fabians and the Communists is provided in the August issue of "Outlook", "An Independent Socialist Journal", with the publication of a paper given by Mr. Rex Mortimer, leading Australian Communist, to the Victorian Fabian Society in May.
"Outlook" is regularly advertised by the Victorian Fabian Society in its "Fabian Newsletter."
As Mr. Rex Mortimer is a member of the Central Executive of the Australian Communist Party, his paper to the Fabian Society must be regarded as a carefully considered Communist party policy statement.

In his historical survey of the Communist Party, Mr. Mortimer mentions that while the campaigns in the industrial field were well known, "Less well known, but of considerable significance also at various times, have been its influence and activity in wider welfare fields such as education, municipal needs, social services, aboriginal rights, etc." However, it is admitted that many mistakes were made.
"Until recent years, all communist estimates of the future were predicated upon the prospect of a capitalist breakdown that never eventuated."
There was a dependence upon capitalist disintegration instead of Socialist initiative.

However, says Mr. Mortimer, "a new element is now entering the picture, presenting the Communist Party, along with the entire labor movement, with both new dangers and new opportunities for constructing a viable socialist role within a concept that does not depend on capitalism committing suicide."

Mr. Mortimer's thesis is a reflection of the new popular front lines with which the Italian Communist Party has been the most prominently associated. There is a "new approach to socialism encompassing classical, Marxist foundations, the actual state of affairs in modern capitalist society, and the useful results of non-Marxian economic, political and sociological analysis".
The most "useful results", from the Communists' viewpoint, of "non-Marxian" economics have stemmed from the dominant teachings of the Fabian Socialist Keynes.

Mr. Mortimer concludes by saying that with a new "ferment of radical and socialist thought", "we may hope for a gradual convergence of left tendencies, leading not to any monolithic identity of views, but to a greater recognition of community, greater interchange, toleration and co-operation". The Communist Party now seeks "in the long run a coalition of the left, with guaranteed freedom of action and independence of the constituent groups within a common set of policies."

In order no doubt to help further the current "soft-sell" policy of the Communist conspiracy, Mr. Mortimer began this year post-graduate studies in Politics at Monash University.
Prominent in the Politics Department at the Monash University is Dr. John Playford, who also contributes an article to the August issue of "Outlook". Dr. Playford specialises in smearing the League of Rights.

While the Communists and the Fabians get together to preach a new "toleration", the Communist conspiracy continues to further violence and subversion in all parts of the world.


Latest public opinion surveys in the U.S.A. show that Americans want the Vietnam War intensified. This reflects the growing concern with the Johnson Administration's no-win policy. President Johnson cannot ignore the growing grass-roots upsurge in an election year. But he cannot be too drastic, such as bombing and blockading the port of Haiphong. This would bring him into direct conflict with the Russians. And the myth about the Soviet "mellowing" is still strong. But if the conservative anti-Communist upsurge continues in the U.S.A., President Johnson will have to decide between either a "show down" with the Soviet criminals or with the American people.

SUBJECT FOR DISCUSSION: "The Problem of Power".

It has been said that real history has centred round the struggle for power; of the attempts of some men to gain power over all other men, and the resistance of men against the exercise of power over them.
Now power as a force cannot be destroyed. It is essential to be realistic about this.

Lord Acton, the famous English historian and philosopher, said, "All power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely." Absolute power not only corrupts those exercising it; it corrupts those who become the passive servants of such absolute power.
The basic principle governing power is that, if its dangers are to be avoided, it must be decentralised to the stage where no individual, or groups of individuals, can exercise absolute power over other individuals.

A Christian philosopher has said that individuals should exercise power over their own lives and be held personally responsible for how they use that power. It will be remembered that Christ was offered complete power over the whole world by the Devil, but rejected this.
In political organisation, which concerns the subject of Government, the power of Government can be checked in several ways: by keeping Government local, decentralised and close to the people, so that Government is the servant of the individual;
by limiting the power of voting to those with qualifications which indicate a greater sense of responsibility;
by checks and balances within Government, such as Upper Houses of review, and written Constitutions.

In economic organisation power can be kept decentralised by genuine free, competitive economic units, controlled by consumers through effective money "votes".
As a generalisation it can be said that if power can be effectively decentralised under the control of individuals in the economic field, the threat of political centralisation of power is minimised.

Effective decentralisation of power does not mean that power is then ineffective. Power can be concentrated voluntarily through some group activity to reach an objective which otherwise could not be attained. e.g. War activities do require a concentration of power not necessary for peace-time activities.

Question for Consideration: What bearing, if any, did Christ's statement on the individual's responsibility to God and Caesar have on the subject of power?

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