From Dodgy Dossiers to the Sacking of Whitlam: The British Empire Stands Exposed

18 June 2020 — Strategic Culture Foundation

Matthew Ehret

In my last article, I reviewed the case of Gough Whitlam’s firing at the hands of the Queen’s Governor General Sir John Kerr during a dark day in November 1975 which mis-shaped the next 45 years of Australian history. Today I would like to tackle another chapter of the story.

I used to believe as many do, in a story called “the American Empire”. Over the last decade of research, that belief has changed a bit. The more I looked at the top down levers of world influence shaping past and present events that altered history, the hand of British Intelligence just kept slapping me squarely in the face at nearly every turn.

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The cia coup against ‘the most loyal ally’ is history’s warning in 2020

2 June 2020 — John Pilger

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Prime Minister Gough Whitlam

The Australian High Court has ruled that correspondence between the Queen and the Governor-General of Australia, her viceroy in the former British colony, is no longer “personal” and the property of Buckingham Palace. Why does this matter?

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