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2 December 1988. Thought for the Week: "Our doubts are traitors, And make us lose the good we oft might win, By fearing to attempt."
THE CANADIAN MULTI-CULTURAL DISASTER
Eric Butler reports from Toronto, Canada.
This report is being written on the eve of leaving for London.
During a series of meetings in Ontario, I was made aware of the rising concern of the English-speaking majority of the threat of compulsory bi-lingualism. The policy first introduced by Fabian Socialist Pierre Elliott Trudeau. There is a rising tide of anger, particularly when in Quebec there is a policy of uni-lingualism with the English speaking 20 percent being blatantly discriminated against. Now comes the harebrained suggestion in Ontario that where there are at least 25 people of any cultural background, they should be entitled to instruction in their own language. It is estimated that there could be at least 50 or more groups entitled to such instruction!
It has been a sight to behold as the political parties spend large sums of money to buy tickets for West Indians, East Indians and others to bus them in to party nomination rallies. Some of these people are standing as candidates with the veiled suggestion that they see parliament as a means of increasing their own group's influence. A recent decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal, has resulted in Ontario Education Minister ordering that the Province's public schools will only be allowed to begin each day with The Lord's Prayer if accompanied by teachings from other religions. This decision is designed to reflect the reality of the multicultural society. Jewish pressure has been applied in the United States for years against any Christian influence in the public school system.
Canadian ex-servicemen have been shocked by a Department of Veteran Affairs instruction that the traditional white crosses should not he used at any Remembrance Day services in centres operated by government. The ruling follows complaints that the cross might offend certain "religious sensibilities". This is another way of saying that there had been Jewish complaints about the use of the traditional Christian cross. Some Canadian Legion representatives have complained, but as some of its own Members point out, Legion leadership "sold the pass" over twenty years ago when they agreed to have the Union Jack with its three Christian Crosses taken out of the Canadian Red Ensign. However, at long last Canadian Christians of all kinds are beginning to realise that Christian Canada is finished unless they pull together against their common enemy.
WHY SOCIETY NEEDS ITS DISSENTERS
"The House of Representatives' Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee is examining the League of Rights. It seems there is concern about where the League gets its money. - John Hyde, in The Weekend Australian, November 26-27.
According to Mr. Hyde, the "enquiry" is already proceeding: we are hearing a variety of different, and differing, reports, but the number of articulate commentators who deplore the very notion of any "enquiry" into a legal, law abiding body, however "controversial", is growing. All agree that there is a gross abuse of parliamentary power taking place. All agree, "the League of Rights today, then who tomorrow?" A most dangerous precedent, which could even, be turned back on today's eager "enquires" by some future government. The precedent is there.
Mr. Hyde thanks the League of Rights for introducing him to the important book, "The Road to Serfdom", by Professor F.A.Hayek, which deals, among other matters, with the abuse of political power. Mr. Hyde reminds us that the power to "discipline" so-called divisive groups is a worse "evil" than the divisive groups themselves. Divisive groups should be tolerated, in a democracy. That's the line adopted by Mr. Hyde, and we agree that this is fair enough. Of course, who is to say what groups are divisive? That's another question. How about the "multicultural society"? That's not divisive, we suppose. What about the demonstrating Macedonians and Croats over the past few days. What about the Yugoslav boy being shot outside a Yugoslav Consulate in Sydney. Is all this senator Ray's idea of perfect racial harmony? The multicultural society is, for one thing, bringing into Australia many of the hatreds and tensions from Europe that has existed for centuries. What idiocies are perpetrated by politicians!
THE LEUCHTER REPORT
In the last issue of On Target (November 25th) Eric D. Butler, in his report from Canada referred to the Leuchter Report as a "historic document": and indeed it is. Mr. Butler mentioned that it was the Leuchter Report, which convinced British historian David Irving, that the Holocaust is a hoax: the mass gassings could not have possibly occurred. We have before us a copy of the Leuchter Report, which it may be possible for us to make available to supporters, in due course.
There is an "Introduction" by Dr. Robert
Faurisson, the internationally known French revisionist historian.
The full title of the Report is - The Leuchter Report (The
End of a Myth): "An Engineering Report on the Alleged Execution
Gas Chambers At Auschwitz, Birkenau and Majdenek, Poland."
We can merely cull some relevant extracts from the Report
(the full Report runs to 192 pages): "Summaries" could possibly
be made available. Dr. Faurisson writes in his introduction:
Synopsis and Findings
After reviewing all of the material and inspecting all of the sites at Auschwitz, Birkenau and Majdenek, your author finds the evidence as overwhelming. There were no execution chambers at any of these locations. It is the best engineering opinion of this author that the alleged gas chambers at the inspected sites could not have then been, or now, be utilised or seriously considered to function as execution gas chambers.
"Prepared this 5th day of April, 1988 at Malden, Massachusetts. Fred Leutcher Associates. (signed) Fred A. Leuchter, Jnr., Chief Engineer.
BRIEF COMMENTThe Asian Studies Council (Chairman, Dr. Stephen Fitzgerald, former Australian Ambassador to China) is telling us that we must "go" Asian. The Australian education system is no good (we agree with him, but most probably not for the same reasons.... O.T.) We are in the Asian region of the world, we must learn Asian languages, Asian history, Asian this, and Asian that. Please don't mention that "shudder word", British. All the rest of it: "Asian Dynamos", huge Asian markets to be exploited by us, etc., etc. We've already mentioned in these pages that the "Asian Dynamos" could collapse overnight.
THREAT TO CIVIL LIBERTIES
The following letter has been sent to the Editor of The Age (Melbourne) by John Bennett, President of the Australian Civil Liberties Union. It has not been published, to our knowledge (we would be surprised to see its publication...O.T.)
"Comments by T.Levy, the Chairman of
the B'nai B'rith Defamation Commission (Age, 12/11/88)
on the unprecedented decision to investigate a pressure group
disliked by the Zionist lobby, draws attention to the threat
to freedom of speech and freedom of information posed by the
lobby, which represents a section of 0.5% of the population.
"The power of the Zionist lobby in Australia is reflected
in the introduction of a Holocaust kit and pro-Israel propaganda
in N.S.W. schools, the suspension of Paul Madigan from Radio
3RRR, legislation in N.S.W. to limit freedom of speech, concessions
in relation to dual nationality and taxation of pensions,
changes in autopsy laws, an investigation of the League of
Rights, the exclusion of PLO spokesmen from Australia, the
cancelling of a UN Conference in Australia because one speaker
would have been a PLO representative, and the pulping of a
'survival kit' for students because it described Hitler as
cruel and evil but also said he was popular in Germany. The
power of the lobby is also reflected in the exclusion of the
views of people, querying the extent of the Jewish Holocaust,
from the media, the spreading of disinformation about its
critics, which is uncritically accepted by most of the media,
and the ready access to politicians and the media by Zionist
WAR CRIMES LAW UNJUST"V. Guppy" of Lower Templestowe (Melb. suburb) in The Herald (Melbourne), November 21st:
"The Government has introduced legislation that could well have Australian ex-servicemen charged for acts of war while in the process of defending Australia against an enemy. "The M.P.s responsible would not have been old enough to be servicemen during World War II, yet they support this despicable legislation. "It is so wrong that people, who live freely because our ex-servicemen fought for and won that freedom, can place even one ex-serviceman under threat. "The Japanese meant to beat Australia in that war and our Army, Navy, and Air Force went into battle to preserve this country for Australians. "Those servicemen deserve medals and our eternal gratitude, not destruction by retrospective legislation..."
TRIBUTEIn The Australian, November 22nd, appears this letter from Sir Brian Murray, Former Governor of Victoria, who was levered from office by the Victorian Fabians, headed by John Cain, Premier of Victoria (again) - because of the miserable disarray of the so-called conservatives, headed by Mr. Jeff Kennett, of the Victorian Liberal Party. Sir Brian writes:
"As a former member of Kanga Force, I should like to pay my personal tribute to the survivors of the R.A.A.F. Beaufighter crews who fought in the Battle of the Bismark Sea. Had the Japanese succeeded in landing these reinforcements, Kanga Force, already heavily outnumbered and wholly dependent upon tenuous air supply across the Owen Stanleys, would have faced a very bleak future indeed. Sinking the convoy was a legitimate act of war. To bomb and strafe the garrison which they were joining was also a legitimate act of war. But the academic lawyers apparently argue that an enemy who has not surrended should be granted immunity from further attack until he has reinforced an enemy garrison. The Beaufighter crews who prevented Japanese reinforcements reaching Lae are, in the view of those academics, 'probably guilty of murder.' If this is correct interpretation of the Government's war crimes legislation, then a poddy calf could win the next Federal election - provided it did not have A.L.P. endorsement...
NO CRIME ON THE WINNING SIDEIn The Sun (Melbourne), November 22nd, "Agent Nicolas" of Huntingdale (Melb. suburb) puts his views on "war crimes'':
"I confess to being a war criminal. However, I will not be tried, as luckily we won the war. "Between 1942 and 1944, as a British officer I was parachuted into France to organise the Resistance. "I was responsible for blowing up bridges, trains full of German soldiers, etc. "A hero to the French, to the Germans I was a terrorist. "In 1945 in Burma, I continued my crimes against the Japanese. "Had we lost the war I would have been executed as a war criminal, together with Winston Churchill, Nancy Wake, Odette and hundreds of others. "For many of the war criminals now being investigated in Australia, their only crimes were, first, obeying orders, and, second, losing the war "
LIMIT POLLIES' TERMS IN OFFICE"Geoff Barnard" of Greenborough (Melbourne suburb) has this to say in The Herald (Melbourne), November 22nd. Sir Marcus Oliphant, distinguished Australian scientist, and former Governor of South Australia, also put forward the concept of the limitation of the terms of office of Australian politicians:
"Soviet leader Mr. Gorbachev has set himself the mighty task of revitalising the long established Soviet system of government that has proved itself so inefficient in his country. He wants to limit to two terms the people who occupy the country's decision making body to eliminate the stultification and entrenched inefficiency that accompanies established power over the years. We could gain a great deal if we introduced a similar limitation on our own politicians. Each election time we re-shuffle the same pack of largely ineffectual party hacks when what we urgently need is an influx of new thought into our parliaments. Most of our M.P.s are more concerned with holding on to their seats than they are with the national well-being because the size of their over-generous superannuation packages depends on the number of parliamentary terms that they serve. An M.P, who hasn't injected any original thinking into a parliament in two terms is not worth keeping. He's only part of the numbers game that determines which party will govern and that role could be carried out by the most limited intellect."
REPUGNANT"Frank Connolly" of Thorneside, Queensland, in The Australian 25/11comments on the War Crimes Trials (that may come). There is - even at this late hour - a shred of hope that the insanity will be defeated:
"The pursuit of war criminals is not supposed to turn up malefactors on our own side. It is supposed to punish survivors of the other side, who wore repugnant labels. What will the vigilantes do when Father Time finally wipes the last name and number from World War II's slate? Prosecute the great- grandchildren?"
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