No. 136 Public Information Bulletin of Australian National Action Janus 2015
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STORM gets information from ‘insiders’, SCUTTLEBUTT. We can’t confirm stories. Here’s the latest:
HUNGARIAN HERO @22.8.13: We met a Hungarian, female freedom fighter, an anti-Communist who rose up in 1956 to throw off Russian rule: “I was shot with an exploding bullet! In Hungary! By the Russians! We made revolution; several countries did. We thought America would support us. No! So 200,000 fled from Hungary. America took some as refugees and Australia and other countries. I married a Spaniard and came to Australia in 1959. I’ve written a book. Half is about Hungary, half is about Australia. It is currently a best seller in Hungary. Is being translated into English and made into a film called Freedom Fighter”.
NEW TEETH @29.8.13: A 72 year old white man: “I needed a new set of false teeth but I couldn’t afford it. The cheapest quote I got was the University of Queensland Dental School. They wanted AUD$6,000. I haven’t got any money!” Second, old, white overhearing, boasted: “I got mine for free! I told ‘em I was 1/16th Abo”.
DISGRUNTLED Student @ 5.9.13: “I’m doing my post-grad studies at University of Queensland. I went to visit the School of Modern Asian Studies at Griffith University, Nathan. I followed the signs but I couldn’t find it. Instead, I found a locked office. I asked a passing staff member: ‘why?’She said: ‘it’s gone’. ‘The whole Department?’ ‘Yes, in 2012’. ‘What about their world class collection of books, original manuscripts, films and magazines?’ ‘What they could, they donated to the GU Central Library, but…they only had limited space. So MAS took a lot to the dump. It was destroyed. They just didn’t have room to store it. And nobody wanted it…’ ‘Destroyed?’
A unique collection, painstakingly built up by experts from all over the world, since the School was founded in 1975. An invaluable resource for students of Asia, gone. GU say MAS closed ‘due to lack of interest’. In an era when knowledge of Asian culture and Asian intentions towards us is crucial, to abandon this one time ‘Centre of Excellence’ is impossible to explain. Till we look at the simple economics of it all. John Howard’s government [1995-2007] wanted to cut Australia’s annual Education Budget, then running at AUD$12 billion per year. So they adopted a Thatcherite idea: universities should only teach courses that paid for themselves.
Best way to ‘pay’ was to attract foreign students. Largest source of these was Asia. But only courses they seek are Medicine, Law and Accountancy. Asians see no need to ‘study’ themselves. MAS was doomed, its budget whittled down till it died of neglect. Asia, our closet and biggest trade partner, is ignored at Tertiary level. Instead, study focus has returned to Western Europe and North America”.
SEX BAR @ 5.9.13: 25 year old Anglo-Saxon, female divorcee showed us her upper arm. “Look at me arm!” she says. “I jus' gotta bar inserted. Iz da latest in contraceptives. Renders me unfertile for three years. Great! Done by ma local GP [doctor] for only AUD$40 – saves heaps on condoms”. [Recently divorced and remarried, another white ‘career woman’. No kids; no interest in ever having any. Another dumb, wasted, white womb. Another female gone AWOL in the lost demographic war. RE].
EDITORIAL – RECLAIMING THE PUBLIC SPACE: Are we advocating more public demonstrations by Rightist forces? Yes but no. Let us first delineate what we mean by ‘Public spaces’. The town square is a mythical place in the ethos of ‘democratic’ idealism. Is where the ancient Athenians debated and decided key questions of state and polity and early US ideologues won the battle for minds. Today these public spaces are constricted and restricted to avoid such anti-System aktion. Since 2007 the battle for young minds has been transferred to the Internet: Gaggle, Youho, Boobtube and Fakebook. Inner space has replaced outer space.
CONTAMINATED MINDS: Our young shut-ins now grow up to fear others and gain a sense of ‘danger’ from their often, lone parent via the controlled media. Legitimate fear of ‘alien Others’ is distorted into fear of their own Race. A 14 year-old blonde, South African girl whined to us after a HPE class on apartheid: ‘I’m a racist and never knew it!?’ That’s collective guilt. We need to protect our white youth. Reverse the evil, self-destructive ideas currently being implanted in their minds. We must rip open these closed, controlled spaces.
ACCESS DENIED: Research shows the average parent spends only five minutes a day communicating with their teenager and that’s mostly instructional e.g. ‘turn that music down!’ In contrast the System’s education organ holds them hostage six hours per day. The System ‘media’, TV, music, radio and Internet ensnare them, on average, for three hours before and five hours after school Moonday to Frigasday. What if you used that time to reach them with your aims, ideas and vision? Why do so few youth respond to our message? This is why. We have to rescue this generation by reclaiming and retaking the lost media. We cannot compete with it. We must own it. Let us agree on the ‘why’ then begin to plan the ‘when’, ‘where’ and ‘how’ of this effort. The media is not neutral. It belongs to the Enemy. We must capture it, destroy it or DIE.
Great SAS Missions: Channel 72/7Mate 4.30pm Solday 2 Novembis 2014 (30 minutes):
“British SAS worked behind the lines on D-Day and for three months afterwards. In Operation Houndsworth over 140 SAS sabotaged railways, called in air raids on railways and other German strategic sites. Eleven tones of diesel fuel for SS Panzers were one target the SAS destroyed. Lt Johnny Cooper recalls: ‘we worked alongside local irregular forces or French Maquis. Were three different types of Maquis: the military Maquis, the Political Maquis and the Escapees".
"Military Maquis were ex-Army and wanted to fight. Political Maquis did not. They’d not fight in their ‘home areas’ as they planned to become the Commissar, Mayor or local Governor of that area, post-war. They’d fight in other areas but would do anything to prevent action in their area. Escapees? Were simply ‘on the run’ from forced labour projects like the West-Wall. Only Military Maquis s were of any use’. 29th July 1944 an SAS team parachuted into Northern France tasked with assassinating Rommel”.
KEMAL ‘ATATURK’ AT GALLIPOLI: Birds Without Wings by L. de Bernieres (NYC: A.A. Knopf, 2004). [Novelised lives of ordinary Turks, Greeks, Armenians 1914-1922]. [all emphases ours]
(p.255): “Kemal was posted to the 19th Division based in Maydos, on the Gallipoli Peninsula. Kemal commands the 57th Regiment. 72nd and 77th Arab Regiments arrive. These Arabs are conscripts opposed to the war”.
(p.307): “The Franks* always gave us plenty of time to prepare our defences. Four months before the big battle at Canakkale [Gallipoli] they sent in big ships to bombard the forts so we knew to fortify the Narrows. Then two months later a Frankish submarine sank our warship Messudieh so we knew to lay mines and submarine nets”.
(p.310): “After all these years I realize there was no need for us to make any attacks or counterattacks at all. All we had to do was wait for the Franks to exterminate themselves by attacking us, because all the casualties on both sides were from attacks not from defence. To defend so large a Peninsula with so few troops we had a Mobile Reserve, our 19th Division. The 19th could move in one direction, to aid the 7th, or the other, to aid 9th Division. The month after the Franks bombarded our forts, but before they returned, five more of our divisions arrived. In that month we had laid barbed wire, dug ramparts and foxholes, filled sandbags and cleared all trees and shrubs to make better lines of fire. We covered our trenches in planks and earth to protect us from artillery”.
(p.312): “Those in Mustafa Kemal’s division felt they were the best troops, with the best commander. He had blonde hair and blue eyes; he was not like them at all.** Those blonde eyes shone with light and cleverness”.
“When the Frankish landings happened, it was the day after we had finished all our preparations. The fields of fire were cleared, the big guns were ranged and the sights of our rifles zeroed. It was just like when a wedding is arranged and the guests arrive just as you are putting out the food”.
(p.313): “On the morning of the invasion, Kemal woke to the sound of a naval bombardment. He sends cavalry off to reconnoiter and was told a small enemy force is heading for high ground that will give them total dominance of the entire peninsula. By coincidence the 57th Regiment are already kitted up, ready for a planned exercise. Fortunately for the Ottoman Empire, Kemal read the Allied intentions correctly. He took the matter into his own hands, as he so often did and, acting without orders, departed with the 57th.. After a rapid march Kemal left the 57th to rest and went forward to the heights. He saw enemy warships below”.
(p.314): “Men rushed past him, down the hill. He ask: ‘why are you running?’ ‘They’re coming! The enemy!’ He saw a line of Australian troops advancing to Conk Bayiri, the crucial high ground. The men tell Kemal they’re out of ammunition. He has an inspiration and orders them to fix bayonets and lie down. The Australians think they are about to come under fire and lie down too. Their advance halts. Kemal sends a man to summon the 57th. Once they arrive he reminds them of the disgraceful losses suffered in the previous Balkan Wars. He issues the famous order: ‘I am not ordering you to attack. I am ordering you to die. By the time we are all dead, other units and other commander will arrive to take our place”. Inspired by Kemal, the 57th hold the Australian advance and is wiped out, down to the Imam [chaplain] and the water-boy. The 57th enter Turkish myth forever. The following day the 77th Arab Regiment fled in panic, confirming the general contempt of them felt throughout the Ottoman Army. Within five days the front stabilises. The lines at ANZAC are permanently entrenched”.
(p.332): “The Franks were from different places. The French Franks we called ‘Tangos’. They were part white and part black. With the black French soldiers all we had to do was shoot their white officers and the blacks would turn and run away. We always shot the officers at the start of an attack. That was easy: they dressed like peacocks, in red trousers with kepis and Navy blue tunics. In the big battles it was the black French Franks in the Far South whose lines always gave way. We would then enfilade the rest and they would all fall back. This is the reason the Franks never defeated us”.
(p.335): “The pattern at Gallipoli soon became the norm on every front: whoever attacks loses spectacular numbers of men. Not even Kemal’s night attacks work nor do assaults with overwhelming numbers. Kemal is appointed full colonel. He tells his corps commander the Allies will launch an attack at Suvla Bay. His commander looks at the terrain and says: ‘it is not possible’. In mid-Summer the enemy attacks exactly where Kemal has said. The landing fails only due to gross mismanagement by the Allies”.
*Franks: A generic term for all white Europeans since Crusades by Charlemagne’s Frankish Empire.
**Kemal is from Macedonia, home of another great general, Alexander the Great. Were both Aryans? RE].
BOOK REVIEW: Stalin: Triumph and Tragedy by Dr Colonel-general Dmitri Volkogonov (Moscow: Novosti/London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1989).
“In the second half of the 1920’s the socialist State [Soviet Union] lost what vestiges of democracy it had possessed as a coercive bureaucracy, relying on non-economic compulsion, spread. This promoted political control of the masses with economic levers in only second place [i.e. brute force and laws were used, not financial incentives as under capitalism. RE]. This began in 1917 when many senior Bolsheviks showed a preference for dictatorship over democracy. In 1922 Trotsky said: ‘if the Russian revolution ties itself to the chains of bourgeois democracy it may as well lie down on the highway to have its throat slit’. Bolsheviks saw no other path to power but dictatorship” (p.559).
“[Under Stalin] bureaucracy became independent of the economy. Whatever problem the solution was to create a new organization with the result was the administrative apparatus grew even faster” (p.560).
“What are the ‘advantages of socialism’? Employment, low-level social security, high-quality universal education and culture for the masses. Free, but poor quality, health care; cheap food; low-cost but uncomfortable State-owned rental accommodation; camps, kindies and crèches” (p.560).
“It is a sad fact of Soviet history that the Bolsheviks so often resorted to violence. It became a habit, a norm. VI Lenin himself called for ‘terror’ on several occasions. First time was after the 20 June 1918 murder of Bolshevik Commissar for Press and Propaganda, V.Volodarsky, by a Social Revolutionist. Lenin said: ‘we must encourage the massive presence of terror…to set an example’ (p.561). Under Stalin, violence against the general populace became an everyday affair” (p.562).
“In the early 1900’s, under the Tsar, the population of Siberia was only 300,000. Of these, 3,000 were political exiles and 11,000 hard-core criminals. At any one time 50% of politicals were ‘on the run’. Tsarist secret police were not harsh; were even amateurish” (p.562).
“Who was worse, Hitler or Stalin? You judge. In my home village of Agul, south of Krasnoyarsk, one day in 1937 some soldiers appeared. They were followed by long columns of prisoners. In six months a camp was built. Barbed wire appeared. High fences. Watch towers. Guard dogs. Locals began seeing long columns of exhausted prisoners arriving on foot from the nearest railhead, 60 miles away. Soon long ditches began to appear. Corpses of prisoners were taken by cart at night to be buried there. Many died of exhaustion. Others were shot. One day, a group of local boys were out on the taiga and heard, then saw, 20 prisoners shot and their bodies thrown into one of these ditches. After the War my mother died. We buried her near where those prisoners were buried in unmarked, forgotten places” (p.563).
“The few years left to Stalin after WWII were as turbulent as any since 1917. In the Socialist countries [those captured by the Red Army 1944-45] instead of leaving each to develop socialism in its own way and in line with its own national traditions [as Hitler and Mussolini had], and historical experience. Stalin insisted all must adopt the same model, the bureaucratic and dogmatic patterns of the USSR’s political structures. This attitude damaged the cause [of Communism]. An example of this ‘sameness’ was Stalin’s dispute with Tito’s Yugoslavia. For refusing to obey Stalin’s 1949 orders to ‘merge Yugoslavia and Bulgaria’ Tito was denounced as ‘unfriendly’ and ‘Trotskyite’ ” (p.536).
“Yepishev, Deputy secret police chief, recalled Stalin’s reaction as crude and impulsive. Secret police chief Beria concocted a host of ‘facts’ demonstrating the ‘deviation’ and ‘treachery’ of the entire Yugoslav Communist Party leadership” (p.535).
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