Australia’s Forgotten Coup

Gough Whitlam

In the 1970‘s, the United States and Britain backed rogue Australian forces to oust then-current Australian Prime Minister GOUGH WHITLAM. Fearing that Whitlam would expose foreign undermining of Australia and close Pine Gap, the U.S.’ largest spy base in Australia, he was relieved of his duties before he was able to inform the Australian Parliament of the U.S. and Britain’s actions to undermine the nation.

Whitlam, leader of the Australian Labor Party, was elected Prime Minister of the country in 1972. He believed that foreign powers had no place in the Australian government. As he worked to end their subservience to British rule, his two terms from 1972 to 1975 saw Australia become the freest nation that it has ever been. He drafted Aboriginal land rights legislation, calling into question Britain’s illegal colonization of Australia and ended conscription. He also ordered home Australian troops who were fighting in Vietnam, a move which put him summarily in the sights of the zionist war machine. He legislated equal pay for women, instituted nationwide free health care, doubled the budget for public education, abolished university fees, increased workers’ wages and replaced the national anthem from “God Save The Queen” to “Advance Australia Fair,” a move which thoroughly pissed off the British crown.

After taking office, Whitlam worked to oust the U.S. and Britain from Australian affairs. He hoped to publicly expose them for undermining the integrity of the nation. He hoped to take back control of Australia’s vast natural resources from foreign corporations and governments. His main opposition in this fight was JOHN KERR, then-current Governor General of Australia. Kerr was put in place and controlled by the CIA [U.S. Central Intelligence Agency]. Also on the zionists’ payroll were U.S. Ambassadors MARSHALL GREEN and WALTER RICE, who, per U.S. orders, told Whitlam (in no uncertain terms) to mind his own fucking business in regards to the Vietnam War.

Part of Whitlam‘s main focus was to expose and close Pine Gap, the U.S. spy base that was (and still is) operating in Australia. Operating under the guise of an innocuous research facility, Pine Gap is a top secret communications and spy center which is operated by the U.S.’ CIA and NSA (National Security Agency), Britain’s MI6 (Secret Intelligence Service) and the ASIO (Australian Secret Intelligence Organization).

Whitlam discovered that MI6 has been intercepting and reading secret communication that were meant for  Australian government officials. On November 10th, 1975, Whitlam received a top secret message. Decoded by security contractor CHRISTOPHER BOYCE, it stated that the U.S. viewed Whitlam as a security threat and that Kerr planned on ousting him (possibly through assassination). The message also outlined the CIA‘s infiltration of Australia’s economy, trade unions and politics.

The very next day, Whitlam requested to meet with the Australia Parliament regarding the U.S.’ spy activity and undermining of the nation. Before he could do so, he was summoned by Kerr who, invoking archaic vice-regal “reserve powers,” relieved Whitlam of his position as Prime Minister. This effectively ended the U.S.’ “Whitlam problem.” Kerr then instated fellow conspirator MALCOLM FRASER as the new Prime Minister of Australia.

Whitlam died on October 21st, 2014 at the age of 98.




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