23rd October, 1931 – Colonel Eric Campbell’s New Guard, founded by six former AIF officers, has bought into the current seamen’s strike, which has tied up ships in Sydney and Melbourne. Broadly, the aim of the New Guard is to stop British-Christian Australia being destroyed by the forces of Langism, Bolshevism and Jewish corruption etc. Campbell has told the ship owners the issue is simple. All they have to do is to give a written undertaking to protect volunteer labour from victimisation by unions.
[ To this day, the Australian employers, the courts or the police can not protect workers from victimisation by unions. ]

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