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16 December 1966. Thought for the Week: "So far and no further", said Mr. Ian Smith in his Independence speech, and the world has been waiting for those words for many, many years. The leaders of Rhodesia and South Africa, by opposing themselves to the sea of sorrows, which loomed, have not ended, but staved them off. The world is still a mad one, my masters, but it looks a little better now than it did a year ago".
Douglas Reed in "The Battle for Rhodesia"
HAROLD WILSON DEMANDED RHODESIAN SURRENDER ON H .M .S. TIGER
In his address at the Rhodesian Rally in Melbourne
last Sunday, December 11, League of Rights National Director, Mr. Eric
Butler, revealed the brutal demands made by Socialist Harold Wilson
on Rhodesian Prime Minister Mr. Ian Smith.
The essence of the Wilson concept of reaching
an agreement with the Rhodesians is that the Rhodesians should first
surrender control of their country for an indefinite period to Quisling
Government while a new Constitution was negotiated. It is not surprising
that following the rejection of the Wilson demands by the Rhodesian
Government, Prime Minister Ian Smith said that those demands were "repugnant"
to the Rhodesians.
Mr. Smith also said that to expect his Government to abandon the present Rhodesian Constitution before a new constitution had been finally secured and put to the test of public opinion "is utterly irresponsible. ... The Rhodesian Government would be extremely foolish were they to abandon the substance of the present Constitution for the shadow of a mythical constitution yet to be evolved".
The "free" press of the world, which is so critical of press censorship in Rhodesia, has not seen fit to publicise the full truth about what really happened on H .M .S. Tiger. It has carried the Wilson propaganda line, which has projected a picture of the Socialist leader as a "moderate" man offering Mr. Smith honourable terms.
It has also been claimed that Mr. Smith agreed substantially with Mr. Wilson on H .M .S. Tiger and then allowed himself to be swayed by the "right-wing extremists" in his Cabinet. There is not a word of truth in this. Mr. Smith made it clear from the start that he had no power to reach a settlement. He did not agree to recommend the terms of Mr. Wilson's proposals to the Rhodesian Cabinet. All that he agreed to do was to place these proposals before his Cabinet colleagues and to provide the British Government with a "yes" or "no" answer within a certain time limit.
What happened on H .M .S. Tiger was that Mr.
Wilson demanded complete capitulation to his demands backed by the threat
of worldwide mandatory sanctions. He also said to Mr. Smith: "I ask
you to make no assumptions on the use of military force."
The H .M .S. Tiger exercise was merely a smokescreen to mask his intention of placing the Rhodesian question under the control of the Communist-dominated UN.
A LABOR M.P. STANDS UP TO BE COUNTED
While Mr. Wilson's Socialist colleagues, many
of them strongly pro-Communist, cheered wildly in the House of Commons
when their leader said that in furtherance of his policy to "crush"
Rhodesia he was placing Rhodesia's future in the hands of the UN, one
lone Labor M. P. provided an example of individual courage and integrity.
Mr. Pager may have destroyed his future with
the British Labor Party. But he obviously felt that his own and his
country's honour were much more important. Mr. Pager has personally
visited Rhodesia and thoroughly acquainted himself with the real situation.
It is disturbing that not one Member of the Australian Government Parties
has visited Rhodesia since November 11, 1965.
REVOLUTIONARIES MOVE ON FIJI AND PAPUA- NEW GUINEA
By 76 votes to 6 the UN Trusteeship Committee
on December 9th called for independence for Fiji. The motion, introduced
by Tanzania on December 7th, calls on Britain to hold immediate general
elections on the basis of one man, one vote, the elected to draw up
a "democratic constitution."
The resolution on Fiji is an extension of Communist strategy, which has been successful in reducing a major part of the native populations of the world to a condition of utter chaos. With a solid block of coloured puppets to spearhead their attacks, the UN Trusteeship Committee is easily manipulated by the Communists to advance their revolutionary strategy.
Closely following the resolution on Fiji came a strong Soviet attack on Australia's wicked colonialism in Papua-New Guinea.
We have been warned. With able assistance from the daily retailers of Soviet policy the spotlight moves from the degradation and horrors of the already "liberated" areas to the remaining stable areas. We can expect the same misrepresentation and utter contempt for the interests of the indigenous peoples that we have witnessed in Africa and elsewhere. It is clear that the stage is being set for Papua-New Guinea to receive the full treatment. Perhaps when Australians find themselves subjected to the same vicious misrepresentation, which the Rhodesians, South Africans, and Portuguese have suffered, they may be shaken into a realisation that acquiescence with "world opinion" is no alternative to a firm and informed stand on principles.
SOVIET DOUBLE-TALK AT THE UN
"A United Nations resolution condemning all forms of intervention in the domestic affairs of states was yesterday passed unopposed by the main political committee. The resolution proposed by the Soviet Union, will now go to the General Assembly." - "The Australian", December 14th.
Here is a classical example of Communist double-talk. The Soviet Union has operated for over 40 years the biggest international conspiracy in the recorded history of man, spending hundreds of millions of dollars annually to subvert the internal affairs of those nations, which have not yet passed under Communist tyranny. And yet it initiates a resolution condemning exactly that which it is doing. This is, of course, all part of the diabolical programme of the conspirators against what remains of Civilization.
PRESIDENT KAUNDA OF ZAMBIA
"Reports are in from London that Zambian President
Kenneth Kaunda was in Ottawa this week soliciting more External Aid
has just bought himself a personal turbo-prop plane in Britain for $1,050,000.
The aircraft's a Hawker-Siddely 748, with lounge, galley, private cabins
and room for a crew of four, similar to two planes used in the Queen's
This assistance comes in two forms, reports the
Aid office: For the airlifting of oil to Zambia, $1,200,000. For transport
and salaries and living allowances of 19 teachers and advisers in Zambian
Kenneth Kaunda is one of the leaders of the campaign to destroy Rhodesia by force if necessary. His own economy is in a state of near-collapse, with very limited oil supplies. His country is used as a base by Communist-trained terrorists operating against Rhodesia. The intensified economic war against Rhodesia must hurt Zambia also - that is if Zambia stops buying Rhodesian coal from Wankie. Western nations will be expected to supply more massive economic aid to Zambia. Much of this will be squandered as President Kaunda is demonstrating with the purchase of his personal luxury plane.
COMMUNIST CONTROL OF UN SECRETARIAT
U Thant is the Secretary-General of the UN and
is well known for his pro-Communist attitude. But real executive power
is exercised by those who advise him in the UN Secretariat. U Thant's
personal assistant, for example, is a Soviet national.
It would be instructive to know just how much Minister for External Affairs, Mr. Paul Hasluck, knows about the Communist control of the UN.
All election comment authorized by Eric D. Butler, Alma Road, Panton Hills, Victoria.
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