The Line Taken In 2002 - 2003 By Australian Nationalists On Iraq: Will It Now Be Betrayed By The Mainstreamers?
The following statement was widely circulated in Australian patriotic circles in 2002-3. It was a statement of conviction which helped to shift Australian patriotic opinion towards opposition to New World Order war and a balanced and pro Australian position on the warfare between the Washington regime and radical Islam. This position is now under challenge by the mainstreamers who would take the anti Islamic line and side with the NWO regime internationally and inevitably - with the likes of the Liberal Party 'Right' and the Christian Democrats internally. This dangerous development threatens to undermine the independence of nationalist politics and turn us into a satellite of the Establishment.
Patriotic No War Against Iraq Committee
We, the undersigned, oppose the participation of Australian troops and the expending of national resources in a war against Iraq.
We say that the drive to war against Iraq has nothing to do with the interest of the Australian nation, but everything to do with the interests of the oil multinationals and the Zionist entity called Israel.
We demand the neutrality of Australia towards Iraq, the continuation of the beneficial trade with Iraq and a repudiation of all New World Order schemes directed against Iraq.
Some people confuse Islamic fundamentalism and its contention with liberal ideology with the justification for a war against Iraq. Because we are opposed both to Islamic fundamentalism and Western liberalism, we say: Neither Washington, Nor Mecca, but Independence For Australia. Yet, Iraq is not an Islamic fundamentalist state, nor does it support terrorism.
The Iraqi and Australian peoples are not enemies even if the New World Order proclaims it so.
No to the New World Order war scheme against Iraq!
Signatories: organizational affiliation (where given) is for identification purposes only.
Peter Whitfield, One Nation Party, Mildura.
Joyce Whitfield, One Nation Party, Mildura
Mark Wilson, secretary, Friends of Europe newsletter
Welf Herfurth, president, Riverstone Branch, One Nation (NSW)
Neil Russell-Taylor, president, South Australian branch, One Nation Party
Jim Saleam, Rallying Point Information Service
Diane Teasdale, president, Australia First Party
Alec Saunders, author
Neil Baird, editor, The News Report
Colin Chadwick, solicitor
John Rourke, member One Nation Party
Robert Balgarnie, Inverell Forum
Wayne van Blitterwsyk
Geoff Muirden, research officer, Australian Civil Liberties Union
Roy Gustard, Conservative Speakers' Club (Sydney)
Maurice Shaya, Conservative Speakers' Club (Sydney)
Ian McLeod, researcher, author, and secretary, Correct Australian Parliaments
Kevin McCauley, nationalist researcher and author.
Pat Pitt, activist,publisher
Tony Pitt, activist, publisher