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30 August 1985. Thought for the Week: "David Irving (historian) is now evidently one of those who fully understand that the British Empire was not 'liberated' from the shackles of colonialism but was only transferred, with all its natural resources and its colonial boundaries intact, to the ownership and control of the same financial powers which had gained ascendancy in Wall Street. The good news today is that it begins to look as if it will be impossible for the global power wielders to halt an investigative process which could quite soon reduce to tatters the vast painted cloth of spurious history which has come into existence since the end of World War II."
Ivor Benson, in Behind the News (July 1985)
THE ABORIGINAL 'CONNECTION
We warned in our On Target issue of August 9th that the time could well come when the United Nations Security would call for mandatory international sanctions against Australia - a "new" threat to world "peace". Our turn is coming; make no mistake about that: but, the international subversives are applying the classical "salami tactics" (one "slice" at time;) - hence pressure to "slice"-off South Africa from its traditional Western connections. The principal "lever" to bring this about is, of course, the explosive race issue.
What has happened over the weekend in the small town in Western Australia could well be a foretaste of what is to come on a much greater scale, once South Africa is in the Communist bag; as are Zimbabwe, Zambia, Ethiopia, Libya, and other African states. News just to hand has it that the South African police temporarily lost control of a black township to rioters, and the Hammer and Sickle flag was run up!
Readers will appreciate that, with full Communist organisation, a huge riot could be "organised" in Western Australia, or elsewhere, "rent-a-black" buses driving in from hundreds of miles around, swamping the police: all the Lefty TV and Radio mob at the ready to "shoot" for the international screens, and so help mobilise "World Opinion" against a "racist" Australia. The highly trained revolutionaries here and abroad (deeply entrenched in the United Nations) must be panting with expectation. What will Bill Hayden be saying then? He and his Socialist, Humanist colleagues will be apologising for Australia, and asking the "international community" to come and kick us; please. Take our country, take anything you want. Such is the degeneration once the human being is stripped of spiritual faith.
It was Malcolm Muggeridge, or Solzhenitsyn
who said that once man gives up believing in God, he will
believe ANYTHING. It could not be otherwise - man has then
thrown away his "rudder" of Faith, which steers him through
the shoals of life's adversities. We see that the psychological
war against South Africa is to be further escalated. There
are to be "Rallies Against Apartheid" throughout Australia
(all so "spontaneous", you know). Melbourne will have its
"Rally" in the City Square on Friday, September 6th. The Communist
broadsheet that gives us the information put forward the present
tactics of the Communist party, viz.:
Land Rights-Birth Rights: (The Great
Whilst the Socialist/Communist Government at Canberra rails against South African Apartheid it is creating Apartheid in Australia with its Land Rights legislation, which it intends to impose on the Australian States. The best way to fight for the preservation of our traditional Australia is to be, firstly well informed - and this brand new book will inform you as you have not been informed before. The price is $16.00 posted from all League bookshops.
Special "SOUTH AFRICA" Issue of "Intelligence
We know that some actionists have already written to President Botha, of South Africa, giving him encouragement to stand fast in the face of the international psychological war against South Africa. Actionists can send support to South Africa, and stress that polls have shown that at least two thirds of the Australian population are sympathetic to South Africa, and that the Hawke Socialist/Communist Government does NOT represent the views of 66% of the Australian people on South Africa. Letters of support may also be sent to the Ambassador for South Africa, South African Embassy, Canberra, ACT 2600. President Botha may be addressed, "President Botha, Pretoria, Republic of South Africa".
by Ron Gostick (from On Target, Canada,
"That's precisely what's wrong with all this multicult business. Even handed justice becomes almost impossible, shrieks of 'discrimination' fill the air, and politicians scurry for cover, ever ready to betray their country for the 'minority' vote. Thus does law enforcement become almost impossible and the 'rule of law' eviscerated. This is a form of 'racial discrimination' - discrimination by new Third World immigrants against old time Canadians. It should be noted that this problem arises primarily from the 'open-door' immigration policy instituted and promoted by the Pearson-Trudeau liberals, and now by Baloney PCs. To be more specific would probably land us up before some human 'rights' Kangaroo court!
But this possibility concerns us much less than the question: When are Canadians once again going to be equal before the law, treated as Canadians responsible for their own actions rather than as members of some minority' group clamoring for special treatment. And let us remember, too, that a great number of our immigrants do want to become genuine Canadians, upholding Canadian law and justice without fear or favour. Our intellectual pundits are forever warning against American cultural inroads and our suffering of an 'identity' crisis. Perhaps we should stop blaming Uncle Sam for once and concentrate on just being Canadian - proud of our roots and heritage, from wherever they come, and ready to defend our country when freedom is at stake".
BRIEF COMMENTThe Very Rev. Lance Shilton is the (Anglican) Dean of Sydney. In NEW LIFE (August 22nd) he has quite a deal to say on the issue of South Africa. This was said at St. Andrew's Cathedral Sydney on Sunday, August 11th.
Firstly, South Africa needs our prayers: she has been pilloried for deliberate racial discrimination without any other nations even attempting to understand the immensely complex issues at play, and without any attempt to provide constructive alternatives. Apartheid must eventually be dismantled, but not at the expense of violence and bloodshed. South Africa should be encouraged when she relaxes some of the apparent injustices. Constant verbal abuse and punitive action (sanctions) may well prove counter productive. The vast majority of people in South Africa are still, now, leading normal lives. A minority of activists are stirring up tensions between whites and blacks, blacks and blacks, and between Indians, blacks and coloureds - especially among the young. Disinvestment would only create further hardships (indeed, what the Communists want! ...O.T.) The only way forward is for responsible nations to co-operate in helping to solve her immense problems. (Communists, of course, oppose this course of action. They want violence and bloodshed, and they want it NOW.)
EX-JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA DEFENDS JURY SYSTEM
The following letter was published in The Advertiser (Adelaide), August 6th, over the name of "David S. Hogarth".
"I refer to the article by Professor
Colin Howard (Opinion 2/8) titled: 'Has the Jury System Outlived
Its Usefulness?' ... 'Weak Link In Justice Chain'. "I was
a judge of the Supreme Court of South Australia for more than
17 years and before my retirement I had presided at hundreds
of jury trials. My experience of working with so many juries
leads me to answer Professor Howard's question with an emphatic
'no'. The jury system has not outlived its usefulness, and
for anyone seriously to describe it as a 'weak link' in the
administration of justice verges on the absurd. "In all the
years I worked with juries there was not one occasion when
a jury convicted a person before my court whom I thought might
possibly be innocent, and only a few cases - perhaps half
a dozen - where a jury acquitted a person I thought guilty.
In other words, in my personal experience, the jury system
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