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28 June 1968. Thought for the Week: "But revolution is always an affair of force, whatever forms the force disguises itself in. Whether the revolutionists prefer to call themselves Fabians, who seek power by the inevitability of gradualism, or Bolsheviks, who seek power-by the dictatorship of the proletarist the struggle is for power."
Whittaker Chambers in Witness p. 472.
"I believe a small group of students - 250 at the most is conducting a deliberate and callous campaign to wreck Monash University as it now exists" - Alan Trengrove, in The Sun, Melbourne June 24.
The eruption of political revolutionary activity
in Australia's Universities parallels similar activity in America, France,
Germany and England. All key countries in what many observers believe
to be the final round in the fight for civilisation against the advance
of material barbarism, the main expression of which is International
As Trengrove reports when speaking to Michael Hyde, (son of Methodist Minister, Rev. Dudley Hyde) who was wearing his Maoist and National Liberation Front badges; Hyde said, "The university is a means of revolution".
A few weeks previously another cleric, Rev. J.P.
Stevenson, amongst those many mis-leaders in the Church these days,
tarnished the memory of true patriots when speaking at a service at
the Shrine for the Dunkirk Veterans Association, he praised so-called
Student Protests, saying "At Dunkirk we were protesting against those
who sought to lead all Europe in the wrong direction.... Today, this
august task of protest has passed into other and younger hands - the
hands of students"The Sun, June 3.
The "Student Power" we are witnessing in the Universities is the fruit of many years of the destructive inroads of Fabianism in one form or another, whose policy was permeation, resulting in force and revolution as Whittaker Chambers in our "Thought for the Week" clearly points out. The key factors are the concentration and irresponsible use of power, financed by the victim - the taxpayer. The result is spiritual death, but not only in the Universities but amongst those whom the State uses as the host body for its parasitic feeding.
The first step towards rehabilitation of our
Universities is to re-establish the principle of responsible financial
control through the parents of would-be students. Having been stripped
of their independence through taxation, parents can no longer control
and select their children's educational programme, nor their activities.
Such responsibility would soon lead to a challenge to the dark forces
amongst the professorial and tutorial staff now corrupting the minds
of the young.
The issues involved at our Universities were aptly pinpointed by C.H. Douglas when he wrote, "Socialism, Communism and Atheism are all of a piece, as are Christianity, private decentralised property and respect for family tradition as part of respect for the individual. There is no compromise possible - either there is no Christ, or Socialism and Communism are of the devil. The essence of them, with out exception, is that the group giveth and the group taketh away: blessed be the name of the group. Anyone with experience of life knows that the group giveth; yes, in exchange for the soul".
In today's Universities we are witnessing the full expression of group culture.
DO CANADIANS FACE THREAT TO FREE SPEECH?
Mr. Eric D. Butler is at present covering the Canadian Federal Elections. He provides the following report on one aspect:
While in Vancouver recently I was shown a letter
written by a prominent Liberal Party delegate to the conference, which
elected Mr. Pierre E1liott Troudeau as party leader, and Prime Minister.
The letter was to a young married woman who had merely asked some courteous
questions about Mr. Trudeau's background. She was astonished to receive
a most abusive letter ending with the threat that people like her would
be dealt with when certain legislation was introduced at Ottawa, and
that she had better now consider her past record.
During the Canadian election campaigning there
has been a massive press, radio and TV campaign against all those distributing
literature outlining Mr. Trudeau's background. There has been widespread
reference to "hate-mongers" and suggestions that it must be stopped.
I find that there is widespread apprehension that this could happen.
My attention has been directed to a recent attempt at a Canadian Mayors'
Conference to have a resolution carried urging the Federal Government
to enact proposed legislation to deal with "hate" literature. When the
last Canadian Parliament was brought to an end, a special Senate Committee
to Study Hate Propaganda was taking evidence concerning the proposed
legislation, known as Bill S-5.
In the proposed Canadian legislation there is no definition of hate propaganda, The Bill starts by stating that genocide must be opposed. Every sane person agrees with this. But even this could be dangerous, as the Americans have been charged with practicing genocide in South Vietnam. The individual charged would have to prove that he was innocent, thus reversing the traditional British concept of justice. An individual could find himself involved in expensive and exhausting litigation, thus silencing an individual for a lengthy period of time.
There is a widespread view in Canada that the proposed legislation is directed mainly at Mr. Ron Gostick and his Canadian Intelligence Publications, which have become such a thorn in the side of the Communists and their allies. Particularly disturbing has been the role of the Political Zionists who by their aggressive opposition to Mr. Gostick's work create the impression that they are working hand in glove with the Communists - even if this is not true.
In studying the massive Canadian campaign against
the "hate-mongers" I have been struck with the evidence of the application
of the Communist principle of reversal: charging your opponents with
what you are doing yourself. It is true that there are real hate-mongers:
there are, for a start, the Communists, who preach hatred and violence
in their propaganda. Mr. Gostick and his supporters have been termed
"sick", which surely is a gutter type, of abuse. But I can find no evidence
that anyone has proposed to outlaw Communist hate literature.
"President de Gaulle's supporters appeared headed today for an overwhelming majority in the French National Assembly after strong gains in the first round of the national elections" Frightened by weeks of student violence and nation-wide strikes in May, the French people heeded President de Gaulle's theme of 'Gaullism or communism' and elected 142 of his followers yesterday" - The Age, Melbourne, June 25.
Trying to anticipate future developments in France
is a risky undertaking. If de Gaulle is genuine in his announced revulsion
of Communism it will be a true reversal of form. There are some indications
that he may be sincere. His recent release and pardon of 14 members
of the French Army whom had been imprisoned for life may be an indication
of sincerity. Men such as General Roul Salan, the most highly decorated
officer of the French Army, and Colonel Antoine Argoud led popular opinion
against de Gaulle when he turned over Algeria to the Communists. Such
men were dangerous to de Gaulle and had to be removed. To win the elections
just concluded de Gaulle released his former enemies and appealed for
the "reconciliation of all patriots" for the elections on June
As all such men are proven anti-Communist fighters, it could be a genuine attempt by de Gaulle to compensate for past policies. However, so many times in the past he has used with equal facility words of an equal depth of sincerity and appeal, which only precluded another act of treason. Should he show in the future an equal zeal to eliminate the communists as he did General Salan and his fellow patriots in the past, then this will determine his sincerity.
USING PUBLIC FUNDS FOR REVOLUTION
"Any genuine plan to equalise Aborigines with the rest of Australian society meant spending millions of dollars. 'I would say that at least $100 million is needed for a start'" - Charles Perkins, The Age, Melbourne June 15.
We return to Mr. Perkins' essay in Civil Rights after reading a news item from U.S.A. from where Mr. Perkins returned not so long ago after consulting with other "black power" leaders who have obviously shown him the way to obtain large sums of money from the government.
"Senator John L. McClellan (Democrat-Arkansas) charges that two Negro gangs in Chicago that have been involved in at least 18 killings so far this year have received nearly $1 million in 'antipoverty' funds from the Office of Economic Opportunity. The Senator adds that the Permanent Investigation Subcommittee which he heads will begin an investigation of the grants later this week" Washington, June 18, Review of the News.
We can hardly visualise our Australian Aboriginals
being used for successful revolution, an aspect that Mr. Perkins lamented
himself some years ago. However the threat of such violence is being
used by Mr. Perkins to obtain "hard cash".
DIALECTICAL THINKING ON RHODESIA
"No doubt Sir Wilfrid and his Rhodesia lobby will take fresh heart from the action of the Conservatives in the House of Lords - but nothing could be more effective to encourage communist propaganda and activity and to isolate Australia from world opinion than any attempt to follow their example" - Edward St. John M.P. in a letter replying to Sir Wilfrid Kent-Hughes in The Age, Melbourne, June 22.
In defending the attack on Rhodesia, whether
by International lawyers, or Communist terrorist thugs, Mr. St. John
exhibits that facility for perverting justice, which is associated with
the doctrine of dialectical materialism. Thus by opposing the Communist
policies designed to turn their country into another Nigeria, the Rhodesians
are adopting an incorrect policy if they desire peace. In other words
they should let the Communists and their representatives in if they
want Mr. St. John's concept of peace.
Mr. St. John also appeals to what is most debased
in humanity. That we should deny our fellow man his rights and justice
in Rhodesia if we are not "to encourage communist propaganda and activity
and to isolate Australia from world opinion
There is no doubt that if there was complete honesty on this matter, as Sir Wilfrid has appealed for, such people, as Mr. St. John would find their stay in the party very short indeed.
REALISTIC THINKING ON FEDERAL-STATE RELATIONSHIPS
The Victorian Minister for Education (Mr. Thompson)
yesterday condemned Federal Government Incursions in 40 State activities
as an "undesirable form of constitutional aggrandisement", The Age,
Melbourne June 24.
In pointing to the technique of the financial weapon as that being used to destroy State Sovereignty, Mr. Thompson was quite correct. However the answer to the dilemma of State Politicians lies in the political sphere. We suggest a start by looking at the Senate.
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