Salient. Victoria University Student Newspaper. Volume 33 No. 4. 7 April 1970
The Security Council's resolution to cut all relations with Rhodesia, which came in force on 19 March, should be a reminder to the pro-Smith regime that the Rhodesian situation is quite different from what they pretend it to be.
Thus with only Spain abstaining, the 15-nation body ordered UN members to immediately sever all diplomatic, consular, trade, military and other relations with Salisbury.
I wonder if anyone of us knows Rhodesian affairs more than the Security Council—the body which believes in majority rule and equal opportunity for both inculcation and fair distribution of the nation's income among its citizens. I hope the New Zealand Rhodesian Society will reconsider its stand with the prevailing situation in Rhodesia.