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Red Over Black

Behind the Aboriginal Land Rights

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Red Over Black is the chilling and almost unbelievable story of the Marxist manipulation of the Aboriginal ‘land rights’ movement, told by a man who learned of Communist strategy while in the Communist Party.

Ever since leaving school at 14, Geoff McDonald has been involved in industrial and political affairs. While painting Aboriginal murals on the secret Communist training school at Minto, NSW, he first heard of the long-range Communist strategy for the establishment of an Aboriginal republic under Communist control.

While representing the Royal Australian Nursing Federation as an Industrial Officer in the early 1970’s, Geoff made a number of visits to Aboriginal reserves in Central and Northern Australia and saw Marxist operators and their dupes hard at work advancing Communist strategy. This gave Geoff a deep respect for the genuine Aboriginal people, whom he sees as being treated as black cannon fodder by the Marxist revolutionaries. He writes with great feeling about Australian nurses and is loud in his praise of their dedicated services to the Aborigines.

A man of independent character, Geoff McDonald was expelled from the Communist Party for daring to criticise. In an often stormy and tumultuous career he has successfully represented Deep Sea Divers, Mannequins and Models together with various unions representing tradesmen and unskilled workers.


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Red Over Black
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Behind the Aboriginal Land Rights
Geoff McDonald
Veritas Publishing Company

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  • Hi Wayne, certainly! Simply use the “add to cart” button above, and you will then be able to update the quantity to ‘two’. If you have any problems making your purchase, get in contact with us at (08) 9382 1288.

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  • Aptly described as “almost unbelievable” (if you remove the almost, its dead on). The reds-under-the-beds demented paranoiac vision of Geoff Mcdonald’s Red Over Black is best read as a satire of conservative curtain twitchers and sandgropers . A favourite of that great defender of liberty Joh Bjelke-Peterson, the book includes a chapter titled “the failure of our intelligence organisations” which calls for an expansion of ASIO’s powers to surveil the political activity of private citizens. All in all great libertarian literature. **** stars.

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