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Title: 2006-02-01 Australia: SA to ban racist website
Post by: Private on 11 May 2013 at 07:23
SA to ban racist website

e-Democracy update - 1/2/06

01 February, 2006 By Daniel Macpherson

http://democracy.nationalforum.com.au/articles78.html (http://democracy.nationalforum.com.au/articles78.html)

The South Australian Government has reported a website to police because of its racist content.

South Australian Attorney-General Michael Atkinson says the website is disgusting and has referred it to local police in a bid to have it shut down.

"I am disgusted by the blatant white supremacist comments on this website and will act swiftly to seek their removal," Mr Atkinson said.

"Our state has long embraced people from all nations and acts like this that seek to divide our society should not be tolerated."

The website for US-based organisation White Crusaders of RaHoWa [former name of the Creativity Alliance http://www.google.com/search?q=white+crusaders+of+the+rahowa (http://www.google.com/search?q=white+crusaders+of+the+rahowa)] has a South Australian post office box and an Australian Business Number.

Website administrator Col Campbell [Cailen Cambeul] says the South Australian government has "reached an all time low in relation to the freedom of speech".

"As the government has tackled a 'White Supremist' (sic) group removing a small website situated in Australia, and threatening to arrest said 'white supremists' (sic), myself included, the government ensures that it wins the votes of the fickle, short minded voters,” he says.

“Be they black, Asiatic, Middle Eastern or guilt-ridden, self-loathing whites, as long as the government harps on about its great defeat of the 'White Supremacists' it greatly enhances its chances of remaining in power.

Federal Justice Minister Chris Ellison has referred the website to the Australian Federal Police to investigate if any federal laws have been breached.