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4 November 1966. Thought for the Week: "...at all times sincere friends of freedom have been rare, and its triumphs have been due to minorities, that have prevailed by associating themselves with auxiliaries whose objects often differed from their own; and this association, which is always dangerous, has sometimes been disastrous."
SOUTH WEST AFRICA AND THE AUSTRALIAN VOTE IN U.N.
"The U.N. General Assembly voted tonight to terminate South Africa's 50 year old mandate to administer South West Africa. It declared that the vast territory would become a direct U.N. responsibility." Melbourne "Herald" 28th October, 1966.
"A Swedish former commander of United Nations peace keeping forces today published a sweeping indictment of the world body, charging that it was riddled with espionage and corruption." Melbourne "Age" 1st November, 1966.
These two recent press reports tell in themselves the sorry tale of Australia casting her vote with those forces manipulating the United Nations as an instrument to further world revolution. Dr. Verwoerd made it clear that in regard to South West Africa that South Africa would "never tolerate a Cuba on her Western flank." The Australian vote is to our lasting shame and brings one step closer the possibility of an organised world military force, designed not to preserve anything like order or justice in South West Africa, but a force which will have as its endeavour the destruction of South Africa.
It is time Mr. Hasluck, as he goes about directing
these policies of disaster, asked himself some realistic questions about
the United Nations in which he places such great faith. If as Major-General
Carl von Horn, the Swedish Commander quoted above is right; just what
check has Australia on the number of active Communist agents in the
U.N.? What positions of influence do they hold? How much is such influence
responsible for formulating policy in the U.N.?
MR. McEWEN'S DANGEROUS INNOCENCE
"I am sorry, and I am sure they will be sorry,
that he has described Russia as our enemy," he said. "We don't recognise
it as our enemy." Melbourne "Age" 27th October.
Coupled with Mr. Hasluck's weakness in evaluating
the real forces promoting Communism, this statement by Mr. McEwen reveals
the tragic inadequacies of those who are mainly responsible for formulating
Australia's Foreign Policy. Mr. McEwen was speaking in his capacity
of Australia's Minister for Trade, and had been asked a question relating
to the visit to Russia by the chairman of the Wool Board, Sir William
Gunn. Mr. McEwen is so dominated by the problem of maintaining a "favourable
balance of trade" that he has shut his eyes to the more immediate priority
of maintaining Australia's freedom in the future.
On the same day as the above report the Tass
news agency commenting on the communiqué issued by the Manila Conference
said, "The communiqué...shows that the positions of the countries taking
part in the aggression remain the same."
The Russians have no difficulty in lining up
with the Afro-Asians on African policy, opposing South Africa, Rhodesia
A FABIAN SOCIALIST MOVES FROM GHANA TO BERMUDA
Recent press reports refer to an agitation in
Bermuda for "independence". Bermuda is only 19 square miles in size
with a population of about 35,000. But the local Marxist Progressive
Labour Party of Bermuda believes that Bermuda should have independence
and, of course, a representative at the glass box on East River New
York, which houses the "United" Nations.
The constitutional adviser to the Progressive
Labour Party is one Mr. Geoffrey Bing. The history of Mr. Bing provides
a classic example of the close relationship between the Communist conspiracy
and Fabian Socialism.
Geoffrey Bing was responsible for Nkrumah's Preventive
Detention Act, which permitted "The Redeemer" - as he liked to be known
- to throw all his opponents into prison without a trial. Some terrible
things happened to those treated in this manner. The Fabian Socialists
in London did not protest about Mr. Bing's activities, reserving their
energies to protest against the "betrayal" of "democracy" in Rhodesia,
where the Government only places in detention murderers and thugs masquerading
as political activists.
In London the Commonwealth Relations Office,
which teams with Fabians, expressed no concern about Mr. Bing, obviously
confident that no harm would be permitted to come to such an important
man, even if he had served the Communist conspiracy in Ghana. Mr. Bing
was allowed to leave Ghana and nothing was heard of him for some time.
But now he emerges in Bermuda.
COMMUNIST PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE IN AUSTRALIA
The lists of names printed in the two paid advertisements
in The Australian 21st October, 1966 protesting against the Australian
and U.S.A. intervention in Vietnam reveal the ingredients of the usual
Communist front technique. A scattered core of dedicated reds, the usual
groups of left-wing camp followers, and the gulled, hazy idealists who
do not realise the use to which they are put.
The main point of their demand is that the western powers stop fighting in Vietnam. No mention is made of the consequent advance of Communist forces in that unhappy country.
The "better red than dead" dogma of the Dean
of Canterbury, Dr. Hewlett Johnson, who had died a day or so previously,
is not a Christian doctrine; it is an advocacy of surrender to evil
as anyone who cares to take the trouble to dispassionately regard the
fruits of Communism can readily prove. Mr. Gollan, the Communist Party
head in Great Britain said in an obituary on Dr. Johnson, "He believed
that Communism and Christianity were synonymous terms.
THOSE CHINESE RED GUARDS
An article on the Chinese Red Guards in The
Australian 28th October 1966, by Alice Erh-Soon Tay, the senior
tutor of law at the Australian National University, is revealing of
the inherent evil of Communism.
She refuses to believe that these children who
form the Red Guard movement are ideological Communists, but rather are
the result of the undermining of tradition and morality by the Communists.
"China has produced ...a race of children reared in dormitories, fed in canteens, watching adults cringe before power, to whom their parents are not parents."
"The first thing to recognise about the Red Guard movement is that it is evil, just as pack rapes and kicking old men to death is evil."
"It is difficult to explain to thoroughly ideologised Americans that I don't think the Chinese had gone Communist at all, that they didn't have an ideology - but had merely tried a change of air. They found out, a little too late, that they were doing more than changing the Government...they hadn't dreamt that anyone would try to reconstruct the universe."
"They are not, I suspect, shock troops of the revolution but rather the first generation lost in the desert of the new order."
"Prevented by power from becoming physical bandits disrupting the new order, they have been allowed to become spiritual (and also physical) bandits on its behalf."
Here lies the lesson for the ideological leftist. The fruits of socialist order reflect the inherent evil of the tree.
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