Gough Whitlam RIP – Australia’s JFK.

‘Australia mourns the passing of its 21st Prime Minister, the Honourable Edward Gough Whitlam AC QC,” says the current Prime Minister Mr. Tony Abbott. On this Mr. Abbott is speaking for the nation. ”We remember his lifetime of service to Australia in the Royal Australian Air Force, as a parliamentarian, as Prime Minister and as an ambassador. Gough Whitlam was a giant of his time. He united the Australian Labor Party, won two elections and seemed, in so many ways, larger than life. ”
At a reception in Sydney, we can rememember Mr. Whitlam leaning for support on the then PM John Howard so that he could stand out of respect for The Queen. Her Majesty greeted Mr and Mrs Whitlam warmly, and chatted for some time.


Gough Whitlam, the former Australian prime minister has died at the age of 98.
He led the country through a period of turbulence from 1972 to 1975 an episode that ended with his controversial dismissal and defined Australian politics for a generation.
His government eliminated military conscription and capital punishment, introduced universal health care and free university education.
However, the opposition controlled the Senate and they did everything they could to hamper his programme, sparking a constitutional crisis that culminated in his dismissal by Sir John Kerr, the Governor-General and the Queen’s representative.
After his dismissal Mr Whitlam addressed a crowd outside Parliament House.
“Well may we say ‘God save the Queen’, because nothing will save the Governor-General,” he said pointedly, following his official private secretary who had finished his statement with the then customary words: “God save the Queen.”
His time in office has been used by republicans ever since as an example of how the old colonial power imbalance lives on.
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TAP – There’s definitely more to the Gough Whitlam story.  I’ll keep digging.  He withdrew all Australian military forces from Vietnam, and adopted a policy of defending Australia, refusing to take part in wars around Asia and elsewhere.  In the light of what we now know about the NWO and Freemasonry, this would have been totally unacceptable to the war-hungry banking networks that control politics, the media and all else.  I remember reading that Gough Whitlam was well onto these secret forces John Kennedy-style, but unlike JFK, his political career was assassinated, rather than the person.  The post detailed the dirt that was falsely put out about him seems to have been removed from The Tap.  

With Australia now involved in bombing Syria and other Middle Eastern wars, his passing this week is poignant.  Australia is a slave to the bankers, owned from Washington as a corporation called The Commonwealth Of Australia.  

I was in Australia in 1972 for nine months, and remember some of the events.  Gough Whitlam received the full media treatment making him out to be a complete idiot.  He was in fact the last Prime Minister who tried to set Australia free.


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