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9 June 1967. Thought for the Week: "We shall see how the counsels of prudence and restraint may become the prime agents of mortal danger, how the middle course adopted from desires for safety and a quiet life may be found to lead directly to the bull's eye of disaster."
Sir Winston Churchill.
THE MIDDLE EAST: COLLISION COURSE NOW ESTABLISHED
"Britain's Prime Minister Harold Wilson put through a direct 'please stay out' telephone appeal to Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin in Moscow. He appealed to Mr. Kosygin to meet President Johnson, President de Gaulle and himself in urgent summit conference in New York. In Washington the U.S. State Department first said America would stay neutral no matter what happened in the Middle East countries. But later the White House hurriedly reverted to President Johnson's declaration of May 23 - guaranteeing U.S. support for the territorial integrity of all Middle East countries." The Herald June 6.
History is either episodic, or it has a continuity
of purpose and design. There are those, by far the majority, who conditioned
by the teaching of history at schools, or the presentation of it through
the popular press, who believe the unfolding of historical events is
disjointed, that events occur without any relationship one with the
other. So in the popular press today the outbreak of war between the
Arab states and Israel is depicted as the result of irreconcilable antagonisms
with the Arabs as the main culprits.
The Marxian-Leninists teach that history favours
the evolution of the Communist world state. But they do not rest on
their laurels believing they only need to sit back and wait for the
millennium to arrive. To ensure the victory of Marxism-Leninism they
pursue a relentless, continuous strategy to ensure their final victory.
The present conflict may well be only designed
to increase the expansion of Israel's territory, but alternatively it
could mean the complete destruction of Israel in exchange for the allegiance
of all Arab States to Moscow.
THAT ANDREW JONES RECORD
"An Adelaide radio station will not play a new monologue which a disc jockey said made him sick and members of the public have called pure jingoism." The Australian June 2.
The record, "Shadow Valley and Iron Triangle"
was inspired and partly composed by Mr. Andrew Jones M.H.R. the new
South Australian Liberal member. Mr. Jones describes the record as "definitely
anti-Communist" with proceeds from its sale to be donated to Legacy
and other charitable bodies A spokesman for the Festival Record Co.
which released the recording said the demand for it had been "phenomenal".
He added, "This is an experiment. The first time an Australian has made
such a record."
Part of the dialogue which nauseated the unnamed South Australian disc jockey is "When you hear the anthem lift up your head, remember our past, see our glorious future and let your voice sing out, and friend, thank God you're free."
'How long will Australia be free when the red
cancer of Communism is eating through Asia?"
THE BATTLE FOR RHODESIA INSIDE THE U.S.A.
In his latest report on the American scene, Mr.
Eric Butler comments:
"It was stated at the Dinner that there are now 120 Friends of Rhodesia groups in America and that the number is expanding rapidly."
Amongst those I tape-interviewed at the Dinner
was a Californian business man, Mr. J.R. Smead, National Co-ordinator
of the Friends of Rhodesia, who revealed to those attending that on
his recent return from Rhodesia he had been prevented from staying in
Britain for a few days to report to Members of the House of Commons.
When Mr. Smead arrived in London he was faced with an order from Mr.
Wilson's Minister for Internal Affairs, Mr. Roy Jenkin, stating that
it was not 'in the national interest' that he should land in Britain.
All that Mr. Smead proposed to do was to meet Lord Salisbury, Mr. Duncan
Sandys, and other Members of the British Parliament, to report at first
hand of what was taking place in Rhodesia.
Mr. Smead observed to me that while he was being
prevented from leaving the London airport, 'there was a stream of weirdie-beardies
flooding in to participate in demonstrations against the Americans resisting
Communism in Vietnam.'
"In a subsequent interview I had with Mr. Smead in California, he said that as a business consultant he was amazed at the current economic boom in Rhodesia and the opportunities for investments. He informed me that a group of British businessmen with investments in different parts of the world had approached him about transferring their investments to Rhodesia. He also said that American officials wanted to talk to him about his activities but that up until now he had declined to do so."
"Senator Thurmond gave another example of what he termed 'bureaucratic tyranny' at the Washington Dinner. An American citizen who had visited Rhodesia imported a few items, which are not covered even by the regulations introduced by the Johnson Administration following the U.N. demand that all members support economic sanctions against Rhodesia. This man has subsequently been pressured by some of the army officials whom it is alleged are spending most of their time attempting to police the regulations. As far as I can see, Fabian Socialist Harold Wilson has no more enthusiastic supporters for his war against Rhodesia than some members of the American State Department.
I have seen one long statement issued by the State Department 'expert' on Africa, which reveals, to say the least of it, an appalling ignorance of what is the truth about Rhodesia.
"There was a tremendous outbreak of applause
at the Washington Dinner when Senator Thurmond revealed that Prime Minister
Ian Smith had offered Rhodesian troops to fight in Vietnam. The Senator
said that Rhodesian support would be invaluable in Vietnam because the
Rhodesians had the will to win against Communism.
The British Ambassador in Washington felt however that he should say something. He suggested the Smith offer was only a gimmick to try and bolster a 'crumbling' regime. But the fact is that the truth about the Rhodesian situation is obviously getting through to the American people.
In Los Angeles I was closely examined on Rhodesia by a radio interviewer with an enormous local rating, and whose programme goes over 400 American stations. This interviewer expressed the opinion that there was a big shift in American sentiment on the Rhodesian question.
One outstanding feature of the Washington Dinner was the strong Southern sentiment. Most of the Congressmen present were from the South. Southern tunes by the orchestra were warmly applauded, while one of the Southern Congressman got a big hand when he humorously described how he drove up to the Dinner with my George-Wallace-for-President sticker on my bumper bar. The Wallace campaign continues to gain momentum as the ex-Governor of Alabama draws increasingly large and enthusiastic audiences across America.
"There were cries of 'shame' as one Congressman revealed at the Washington Dinner that a battle plan for a U.N. invasion of South Africa had already been prepared. He quoted from the document entitled Apartheid and United Nations Collective Measures, prepared by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, which states that 93,000 U.N. troops, including two divisions of amphibious assaults, will be required along with 700 front-line and transport air units, 60 to 70 warships and 30 to 50 sea transports. It is estimated that it would take from about four months to crush South Africa and 19,000 to 38,000 casualties (killed and wounded.)"
BOMBING PAUSE IN VIETNAM
"A defence Department source has predicted that the United States will stop bombing North Vietnam top level strategists are taking increasing note of the scarcity of significant targets as well as the high cost of pilots and planes (up until May 30 more than 500 pilots and 566 planes had been lost over North Vietnam The Age, June 7.
It would be interesting to know what constitutes
a "top level strategist" determining military policy in Vietnam. It
has been pointed out repeatedly by other top level strategists who are
now allowed to determine military policy in Vietnam that until key targets,
vitally affecting the ability of the Communists to prosecute the war,
are attacked, that the war will be a long drawn out affair in which
the Communists will inevitably gain their objective of tying up large
quantities of troops and equipment for little gain.
While America is being bled slowly to death in
Vietnam the Communists operate on numerous other fronts. With the American
summer approaching there will be intensified "fighting in the streets"
of American big cities. The Middle East situation could well embroil
equal quantities of material and men should America intervene. No wonder
a correspondent quoted recently in the press
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