Whitlam

Whitlam has been mentioned or cited more than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Blogposts | The Guardian' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Whitlam was highly popular in December, 2016.

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Presidents, Popes, Queen, Elite Illuminati Pedophilia and Child Sacrifice

[...] passed legislation to the same effect. This was after the Australian Prime Minister, Gough Whitlam, had been dismissed from office by the Queen’s Governor General of Australia, Sir John Kerr. [...]

themillenniumreport.com

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Malcolm Fraser, former prime minister, to be farewelled at state funeral

[...] and in the ministry. He became opposition leader in 1975, facing off against Gough Whitlam before becoming prime minister in the wake of Mr Whitlam’s dismissal. Despite his [...]

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Former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser dies aged 84

[...] step of dismissing the chaotic, frenetically reformist government of Prime Minister Gough Whitlam. It was a development that most Australians had not thought possible. Many were outraged that the [...]

nijayithi.com

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Former Australian PM Gough Whitlam has died, aged 98

[...] Former Australian prime minister Gough Whitlam, who died this morning aged 98, has been hailed as “a giant” of Australian politics who “inspired [...]

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Somare memories of Gough Whitlam

[...] Photos provided by Dulciana Somare-Brash, showing the young Michael Somare and Gough Whitlam plus foreign minister Bill Morrison in the early 70s. The Somare family have special memories of [...]

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Gough Whitlam dies aged 98

[...] Michael Somare with Gough Whitlam during the flag raising ceremony of Papua New Guinea’s independence in 1975. Former Australian [...]

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The Australia-ASEAN Partnership at 40: Past Dilemmas and Future Prospects

[...] and the Cold War. Moving closer to ASEAN, via APEC In 1972, when prime minister Gough Whitlam ended 23 years of conservative governance in Australia, he re-oriented its foreign policy towards [...]

indopacificreview.com

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