Today I received the following email from Conor Court Publishing. The highlighted paragraphs describe exactly what happened in Australia. My book TONY ABBOTT AND THE TIMES OF REVOLUTION is an account of the thuggish Marxist activity at one university. One has to remember that those Marxists radicals left university to subvert whatever field, organisation, or institution they were in.
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BOILED FROGS: THE GREAT RESET
Dr Maurice Newman AC
In his 1960s bestseller, The Naked Communist, former FBI agent, W. Cleon Skousen, lays bare the post-war Marxist manifesto. He identified 46 goals ranging from re-ordering Western values and institutions to a one-world government under the United Nations.
A major objective was the capture of one or both of the major American political parties. Marxists would use the courts to weaken American institutions through technical decisions based on human
rights. Schools would become transmission belts for socialist propaganda and, by softening the curriculum, teachers’ associations would carry the party line in required-reading textbooks. Loyalty oaths would be abolished.
They aimed to infiltrate the media and control editorial writing, book reviews and student newspapers. Where possible, key positions in radio, television and film would be filled with sympathetic presenters, actors and producers.
“Cultural Marxism” would target all laws governing obscenity by calling them “censorship”. Lower cultural standards of morality would be encouraged through wider acceptance of pornography and obscenity in books, magazines, motion pictures, radio and TV. Degeneracy and promiscuity were to be presented as “normal, natural and healthy”. Even churches would be targeted. Traditional religion would be replaced with “social” religion. The aim was to discredit the Bible and mock those who saw need for a “religious crutch”.
While the United States was the primary target, the mission was to aggressively spread the word to all parts of the Western world.
And so it came to pass.
Australia was an early adopter with post-war Labor Prime Minister Ben Chifley promoting a welfare state and pushing bank nationalisation. In the 1970s, Prime Minister Gough Whitlam took Australia further to the Left using his opposition to the Vietnam War to support anti-capitalist intellectuals as they infiltrated campuses and workplaces. Radical intellectuals in search of “big structural change” were given authority.