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22 November 1968. Thought for the Week: " faith without works is dead"
MORE DANGEROUS NONSENSE FROM MR. PAUL HASLUCK
" It might sound immodest, but I think I've established a quite considerable reputation as a person who doesn't talk', he (Mr. Hasluck) said. This was not an apology for Mr. Hasluck's wide reputation for being almost inaccessible to the Australian news media. It was an explanation of why he thought his recent meeting with President Tito of Yugoslavia had gone so well. For, although Mr. Hasluck did not say so, the inference was that their two hours of talks had been so successful because each had been so frank with the other" - The Australian, November 19.
Mr. Hasluck's reported statements concerning
his meeting with Communist leader Tito, provide further evidence that
Australia urgently requires a Minister for External Affairs with a much
more realistic understanding of Communism than that possessed by Mr.
Hasluck. In his special assessment of the strategic significance of
the Soviet thrust into Czechoslovakia (available from the League of
Rights for 50 cents per dozen) Mr. Eric Butler quotes Mr. Hasluck's
incredible statement that
And now Mr. Hasluck suggests that Australia's
interests were served by a "good meeting" with another Communist criminal,
Tito. The Australian Embassy in Belgrade expressed "surprise" that President
Tito had insisted on wanting to see the Australian visitor". As a hard-core
Communist with a long history of dedicated service to the International
Communist Conspiracy, Tito has fooled many Western politicians in his
Mr. Hasluck relates, "The presidential train
was put on specially to take me the 200 miles north. I then went another
20 or 30 miles by car to the hunting lodge where the President was staying
the night. He extended our meeting to just short of two hours, all of
which I was told was quite unprecedented". Mr. Hasluck states that he
found Tito "very realistic".
The Herald, (Melbourne) of November 13
published the following report from Belgrade:
We wonder if Mr. Hasluck has ever had a close
look at Tito's record in the United Nations?
Tito has spent the whole of his life serving the International Communist Conspiracy. He is a convinced Marxist-Leninist. This means that he no more believes in the possibility of "peaceful solutions to reduce world tensions" than does any other Marxist-Leninist. Mr. Hasluck announced before leaving Belgrade that a Yugoslav trade mission would visit Australia and that he had talks about promoting trade between the two countries.
Clearly Mr. Hasluck's "experts" on Communism have never briefed him on the Communist use of trade to advance the programme for Communist world conquest. Mr. Hasluck has undoubtedly deluded himself that he has achieved a major victory (for what?) by visiting Communist Tito. But he has not deluded Tito, who has often shown his contempt for Western politicians.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENT P0WER
"The formation of a union for secondary students in NSW, announced by three of its founders yesterday, is a radical move in anybody's language The union already has 234 members drawn from 64 State and Private schools . . .. With a potential membership of 230,000, it has a big future if its idealistic young leaders get their way" -The Australian, November 13.
There is nothing new about the tendency of normal
young people to tend to revolt against their elders and authority. But
what is new is the exploitation of youth in the service of a conspiracy,
which seeks to deprive young people of an opportunity to express their
idealism and energy in a constructive manner. We can sympathise with
the view of one of the students responsible for the new students' union
in N.S.W.; "We believe education should be a stimulating process, enabling
students to understand society and themselves better. This just doesn't
happen under our present system".
It is also essential for youth to be taught that
real freedom is impossible without proper authority and an acceptance
of personal responsibility. We note with interest that one of the three
Sydney students responsible for the new secondary students' union is
a Mr. Mark Aarons. It would be instructive to know whether Master Aarons
is a member of the well-known Communist family bearing the same name.
FINANCIAL APPEAL FACES CRISIS
The League of Rights has always operated on the
basis that nothing, absolutely nothing, can be achieved in the struggle
in which it is involved, without facing the truth, no matter how unpleasant
it may be. We must therefore report that the response to date to the
campaign to finance the League's 1969 programme has indicated that the
League must consider a major re-trenchment at the very moment when expansion
is not only urgently possible, but is most essential.
The League will make a final decision concerning
the appeal at the end of this month. This decision will be governed
by the response to that date. Northern N.S.W. and Queensland readers
should send their donations and/or pledges to Mr. Don Martin. P.O. Box
3, Paddington, Brisbane, Queensland.
WHAT TYPE OF SOVIET PEACE?
"Russia today welcomed President Johnson's Vietnam bombing halt as 'a move in the right direction'. And it hinted that Moscow was ready to help in reaching a peace agreement. The new conciliatory Soviet tone came from Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko, in a Budapest Press conference. AAP - Reuter said he appeared to be offering Soviet aid to help solve world problems, in return for what he termed a 'more realistic' Western appreciation of the Czech situation" - The Herald, Melbourne, November 19.
A highly co-ordinated Soviet global strategy,
which overall is consistently aggressive, enables the Moscow strategists
to make attractive offers to their defensive Western opponents that
they are prepared to take the pressure off the one front so long as
there is no real opposition on other fronts. As Hanoi has had to rely
heavily upon the Soviet not only to sustain it with vast quantities
of military and economic aid, but to maintain a world-wide propaganda
and revolutionary offensive against the USA on Vietnam, it is certain
that the Soviet strategists have played a major role in developing the
Paris "peace" talks.
A reluctant South Vietnamese Government is now being subjected to an international smear campaign, which claims that it is a "barrier" to peace. Being completely dependent upon the Americans for their military equipment and much vital economic aid, the South Vietnamese are in an extremely vulnerable position. By openly supporting President Johnson, President-elect Richard Nixon has not only helped to increase the pressure on the Saigon Government to participate in the Paris "peace" talks, but has confirmed the view of those who have expressed grave doubts about Mr. Nixon's willingness to stand up to Communist global strategy.
Since President Johnson ordered the bombing pause on the eve of the American elections, the Communists have blatantly violated the agreements allegedly made with the Americans. On November 11 the U.S.A. military authorities reported that Communist gunners had initiated six artillery attacks on allied positions from emplacements inside the Demilitarised Zone. There has been other military aggression. The pattern of developments follows closely that of what happened in Korea, where the Americans suffered more casualties after the "peace" talks started than in all the fighting previously!
The Americans are in process of surrendering in Vietnam, not because they could not have won, but because of treachery and gullibility in high places inside the U.S.A. At long last this harsh truth is starting to dawn on some prominent Australian anti-Communists who had previously rejected all suggestion of treason inside the U.S.A. If the appropriate lessons can be learned from the defeat on the Vietnam issue, Communist global strategy can yet be defeated.
While the Soviet is talking about assisting to
bring "peace" in Vietnam, Soviet newspaper Izvestia "called on
the United States Navy to abandon the Mediterranean. It also proclaimed
Russia a Mediterranean power". (vide The Australian, November
The same Herald, report, in which details
of the Soviet build-up in the Mediterranean are given, states that "Allied
intelligence sources said that the Soviet Union has from 6,000 to 15,000
troops in Algeria, mainly in training missions or acting in technical
capacities at French military airfields and the vast multi-million-dollar
former French naval base at Mers-el-Kebir, near Oran.
WEEK IN BRIEFRhodesian-British talks end with no agreement. House of Commons told by British Commonwealth Minister Thomson that Prime Minister Ian Smith made no major concessions . . . .
Prime Minister Gorton told a Liberal Party meeting in Melbourne that he was persisting with his demand that Liberal Party philosophy be re-examined
An announcement from Singapore stated that Britain is to withdraw from the Malaysia-based Commonwealth Brigade next April
The first Russian passenger liner to visit Australia arrived
Mr. Enoch Powell does it again in Britain with an address on Britain's race problems.
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