Category: Asians

Slavery Common in Australia

They are the inferior mud races of Third World countries. Opportunistic economic illegal immigrants who see the White Man’s Nation as a way to get a White woman or to get a White husband and live like kings and queens amongst the slop of their own tribal filth as they take from their White Australian husband or wife and thanks to a government with a death wish for the slightly more predominate tax-paying White Australian population, that very same tax payer has assumed the White Man’s modern burden of ensuring that every mud that lands on these shores gets to …

Black? Indigenous? Asian? Middle Eastern? Jewish? This is the Card for You!

Playing the race card is an idiomatic phrase that refers to the act of bringing the issue of race or racism into a debate, perhaps to obfuscate the matter. It is a metaphorical reference to card games in which a trump card may be used to gain an advantage. [Wikipedia]

Black? Indigenous? Asian? Middle Eastern? Jewish? This is the Card for You!

To the banana sucking, smart and articulate, spear chucking beasts (please fill in your own stereotype here …) looking at this page and fuming because they feel that they have been mortally vilified by Whitey – again, try reading Stupid Black Men: How to Play

Gunpoint traffic light terror

Michael Milnes, Police Reporter: The Advertiser | December 17, 2008

http://www.news.com.au/adelaidenow/story/0,22606,24812773-5006301,00.html

A MOTORIST has been robbed at gunpoint at a set of northern suburbs traffic lights, after thugs smashed their way into his vehicle with an iron bar.

As the man waited at the intersection of Kings Rd and Fairbanks Drive, Paralowie about 4.30am, two men approached him, one of them smashing the windscreen with the bar.

Police spokeswoman Senior Constable Rebecca Stokes said the other man was armed with a dark coloured handgun and threatened the driver and demanded money.

The men escaped with the man’s wallet in a …

Asian Teacher Caught with 600 Images of Child Porn

Convicted teacher says child porn too easily accessed on internet

Sean Fewster, Court Reporter: The Advertiser | November 06, 2008

http://www.news.com.au/adelaidenow/story/0,22606,24610974-2682,00.html

A PIANO teacher caught with 600 images of child pornography says he is “quite concerned and annoyed” at how easily illegal material can be found online.

Robin Than Quan Duong today told the District Court he was “passionate” about improving laws regulating the internet, and would seek counselling “for everything that is wrong with me”.

He said that “in an ideal world”, child pornography would “not be so easily accessible”.

The 36-year-old, of Kensington, pleaded guilty to one aggravated …

Racial tolerance in South Australia ‘too high’

Tory Shepherd: The Advertiser | September 30, 2008

http://www.news.com.au/adelaidenow/story/0,22606,24423463-2682,00.html

The “disappointing” results are from a 10-year survey called Challenging Racism, to be released at the 4Rs (rights, reconciliation, respect and responsibility) International Conference in Sydney this week.

A cultural gap yes,

but we’re not racist

ONE in two South Australians do not like the idea of a close relative marrying a Muslim, while one in three are against marriage to Aborigines or black Africans.

Despite this, only one in 10 actually admits to being racist.

Project leader Professor Kevin Dunn, from the University of Western Sydney, said yesterday the levels …

40pc believe others don’t belong here

The Advertiser | September 28, 2008

http://www.news.com.au/adelaidenow/story/0,22606,24415273-5005962,00.html

FORTY per cent of Australians believe some ethnic groups do not belong in the country with one in 10 having outwardly racist views, a new study shows.

New South Wales tops the list with racist views, but lead researcher on the project Kevin Dunn puts it down to Sydney being the focus of international migration to Australia.

The study, led by human geography and urban studies Professor Dunn and his team from the University of Western Sydney, reveals racism in Australia has waned over the years but the figures remain high.

He will …

KRudd Continues Keating’s Asianisation of Australia

Rudd’s plan for Asian Australia

Samantha Maiden, Online political editor: The Australian | August 12, 2008

http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,25197,24169710-601,00.html

KEVIN RUDD has unveiled his vision for Australia to become the most “Asia-literate country” in the West.

In a speech in Singapore today, the Prime Minister pledged to boost the investment in the study of Asian languages and culture in schools and universities.

“Australia’s future will also depend on our ability to engage constructively and effectively with the countries of the Asia Pacific,” he said.

“That is why I am committed to making Australia the most Asia-literate country in the collective West.

“By …

Boycott the 2008 Beijing Olympics

Boycott the 2008 Beijing Olympics As is typical in this world where White people are continually accused of being the international sadistic beasts from time immemorial to the present day, the hypocrites of the International Elite have continually turned a blind eye to the behaviour of their favourite little Red hen, China. Yet, if a White or “Western” nation as the multiculturalists prefer to call it behaved in a way anywhere near the way Red China behaves, that nation would be ostrasised and have multiple United Nations declarations against it, refused to participate in world sporting events such as cricket and football, the International Olympic …

SA Govt Refuses to Train Unemployed Australians – Imports 50,000 Filipinos Instead

Jobs coup in 50,000 Filipino worker deal for SA

Michael Owen, Political Reporter: The Advertiser | July 10, 2008

http://www.news.com.au/adelaidenow/story/0,22606,24006453-5006301,00.html

ADELAIDENOW SCOOP: AN IMMIGRATION agreement with the Philippines will deliver up to 50,000 skilled workers to South Australia over the next decade.

SA Govt Refuses to Train Unemployed Australians – Imports 50,000 Filipinos InsteadDeputy Premier Kevin Foley, who is on a nine-day trade mission to Malaysia and the Philippines, told The Advertiser yesterday a memorandum of understanding between the two governments would help streamline the immigration process.

A special program will be introduced by the Philippines, under its Labour and Employment Secretary Arturo Brion, for SA companies to employ “highly trained” …

When Asians Attack

Two violent stabbings overnight

Michael Milnes, Police Reporter: The Advertiser | June 29, 2008

http://www.news.com.au/adelaidenow/story/0,22606,23940974-2682,00.html

A VICTORIAN man was chased by a group of up to six Asian men and stabbed several times early this morning in the western suburbs.

The man in his 20s was chased along Hanson Rd by the group and into Alison St where he was stabbed numerous times.

The man “received severe lacerations to his hands, arms and body and is in the Queen Elizabeth Hospital undergoing emergency surgery,” police spokesman Senior Constable Mick Abbott said.

It was the second stabbing in the city overnight, …

Asian thief dishonestly claims lost wallet at Westfield

The Advertiser | May 27, 2008

http://www.news.com.au/adelaidenow/story/0,22606,23758008-2682,00.html

AN opportunist thief has taken advantage of the honesty of a good samaritan by claiming ownership of a lost wallet filled with cash.

Asian thief dishonestly claims lost wallet at WestfieldThe wallet was found in a cinema on Friday, May 16, at the end of a movie screening at Marion Megaplex, Westfield Marion.

Police said a person found the lost wallet and asked a nearby couple if it belonged to them.

When they said no, another man claimed the wallet was his and it was handed over in good faith.

But it was later revealed that the wallet did not …