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1972, America overthrow's Australian Prime Minister in secretive Coup.

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posted on Mar, 21 2014 @ 05:04 PM
I added this recently as a link in another thread, but I feel it also is a subject on it's own.The underhanded American removal of the elected Prime Minister of Australia.With friends like these who need's enemies. This history would be little known outside of our region.
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posted on Mar, 21 2014 @ 05:42 PM
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Just another chicken coming home to roost .With the latest in a line of many ,people are not wanting to vote for pro-us politicians or political parties .Most countries will be doing a reset of sorts come ballot time .Not that I put much hope in that as they have it rigged against the people .I guess it's more about making people aware of the frauds of the zionest-anglo-american way and figure out how not to support them . The best way is to not trust anything they say and question everything .....peace

posted on Mar, 21 2014 @ 07:13 PM
uncle sam screens and vets who the vast majority of people on earth vote for Putin and China are all that stands in the way of one world government

posted on Mar, 21 2014 @ 10:30 PM

The great game of dominance offers no immunity for even the most loyal US "ally". This is demonstrated by perhaps the least known of Washington's coups - in Australia. The story of this forgotten coup is a salutary lesson for those governments that believe a "Ukraine" or a "Chile" could never happen to them.

Let this be a lesson to anyone that currently calls the US an ally....anytime it is politically too could end up on the receiving end of a "regime change".

Victor Marchetti, the CIA officer who had helped set up Pine Gap, later told me, "This threat to close Pine Gap caused apoplexy in the White House. Consequences were inevitable... a kind of Chile was set in motion."

The CIA had just helped General Pinochet to crush the democratic government of another reformer, Salvador Allende, in Chile.

Ahhh...there it is. Pine Gap was the rub. Seems the Australian PM wanted to shut down the predecessor of todays PRISM program....ECHELON....just after they overthrew another democratically elected leader and installed a brutal dictator, a man responsible for untold torture, death and misery.

I don't need to read anymore...I'm old enough to have seen this same story play out all over the world...again and again.

America couldn't care less about democracy or international norms....or whatever euphemism they are using now.

Thanks for posting OP....S&F

Here's a quick list of the countries the US has "regime changed"

2.1 Communist states 1944–89
2.2 Syria 1949
2.3 Iran 1953
2.4 Guatemala 1954
2.5 Tibet 1955–70s
2.6 Indonesia 1958
2.7 Cuba 1959
2.8 Democratic Republic of the Congo 1960–65
2.9 Iraq 1960–63
2.10 Dominican Republic 1961
2.11 South Vietnam 1963
2.12 Brazil 1964
2.13 Ghana 1966
2.14 Chile 1970–73
2.15 Argentina 1976
2.16 Afghanistan 1979–89
2.17 Turkey 1980
2.18 Poland 1980–81
2.19 Nicaragua 1981–90
2.19.1 Destablization through CIA assets
2.19.2 Arming the Contras
2.20 Cambodia 1980–95
2.21 Angola 1980s
2.22 Philippines 1986
3 Since the end of the Cold War
3.1 Iraq 1992–96
3.2 Afghanistan 2001
3.3 Venezuela 2002
3.4 Iraq 2002–03
3.5 Haiti 2004
3.6 Gaza Strip 2006–present
3.7 Somalia 2006–07
3.8 Iran 2005–present
3.9 Libya 2011
3.10 Syria 2012–present
3.11 Ukraine 2013–2014

Notice Australia isn't there.


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