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DEATH: Many of Australia’s political leaders of the 1970s ignored the victims of Mao Tse-tung’s destructive social experiment. Photo: iStockphoto

Fraser fell for Chinese trap

Although not alone in doing so, Malcolm Fraser’s failure to acknowledge the crimes against the Chinese people by the tyrannical Mao Tse-tung diminish his legacy. 

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Malaga
A similar view can be taken with Mr Fraser's initial and continued support for the African despot Robert Mugabe who single handedly destroyed the bread basket of Africa, Zimbabwe, and was directly responsible for the deaths of thousands who had the audacity to question his dictatorial regime..

Perth
Bruce, A truly excellent point. You have embarrassed me - I should have seen the connection but failed to do so. Thanks greatly for your insight and for taking the time to place it on this site. Joseph Poprzeczny

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