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https://thenewdaily.com.au/news/2021/04/26/neo-nazis-submission-inquiry

Far-right groups claim they have attempted to make public submissions to a Parliamentary inquiry set up to explore the threat posed by extremist movements.

The groups claim their input has been rejected by federal politicians, prompting a rare explanation from the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security (PJCIS) that it is still closely considering how to deal with “the sensitive subject” of the inquiry.


It comes as tech giants Facebook, Google and Twitter – which will appear before the committee’s landmark first hearings this week – push back on the idea of more regulation and on creating ‘back doors’ to unlock encrypted messaging apps used by extremist groups

The PJCIS inquiry was set up in late 2020 with a remit to investigate “the nature and extent of, and threat posed by, extremist movements and persons holding extremist views” – specifically “lslamist and far right-wing extremist groups”.

Now, several of these groups claim to have made submissions to the inquiry.

Far-right groups ‘publicly challenge’ Parliament

One group, which describes itself as a national socialist and white nationalist organisation – and which The New Daily has decided not to name – used an encrypted social media platform to claim to its followers that the PJCIS “refused to accept” a seven-page submission it said it had sent.

In messages seen by TND, one of the group’s leaders said he was concerned the inquiry would lead to the group being proscribed as a terrorist organisation

In the submission, the group’s founder said he wanted to “publicly challenge” the inquiry, and denied the group aimed to use violence.

The submission ended with the neo-Nazi group offering its members to appear before the PJCIS.

TND has been told by sources close to the inquiry that at least one other far-right group – an Australian chapter of an international organisation – has also sent a submission to the PJCIS.

However, just 18 submissions have been published on the committee’s website, all from academics, police agencies, or social media networks, and none from any extremist groups

Sources close to the inquiry, who spoke on condition of anonymity due to security issues related to the PJCIS, said numerous other submissions were still being assessed before being accepted or published.

It has led to the publication of a rare statement of explanation on the committee’s website.

“The committee has received a great deal of interest in this inquiry and, due to the sensitive subject, is considering various matters prior to publishing evidence received,” it read.

“If you have made a submission or provided information to the inquiry and it has not been published, you may be assured that your document is being considered by the committee and is part of the overall evidence received for the inquiry.”

In previous submissions to the inquiry, Victoria Police warned that right-wing extremist groups were drawing new supporters from wellness and anti-vaxxer communities, using the COVID pandemic and outrage over border closures as a “recruiting tool”.

The Australian Security Intelligence Organisation, which recently warned right-wing terror made up 40 per cent of its workload, said the pandemic “exacerbated a range of anti-government, anti-5G, anti-vaccination and pro-conspiracy narratives”.

ASIO and the Australian Federal Police will appear before the inquiry on Thursday, with Facebook, Twitter, Google, and a number of anti-extremism academics appearing on Friday.

Tech companies push back on regulation

In its submission, Twitter said social media companies “have a critical role” but content moderation or banning users “will not solve these issues in isolation”.

“There is no one solution to prevent an individual turning to violence,” Twitter said.

“This is a long-term problem requiring a long-term response, not just the removal of content,” it said, noting that clamping down on hateful content often saw it move “into darker corners of the internet where they cannot be challenged”.

Facebook’s submission said the company banned 250 white supremacist organisations and 900 “militarised social movements” from its platform, including Australian groups.

Company executives noted about 0.1 per cent of “views of content” on Facebook contained hate speech, and estimated 0.05 per cent of content views contained “terrorist” speech

In noting that hate groups have migrated to encrypted messaging or social media apps to spread their views, Facebook pushed back on calls for governments to force tech companies to create “back doors” and help law enforcement circumvent secret communications.

Facebook’s submission called end-to-end encryption “the best security tool available to protect Australians from cybercriminals”, and said creating back doors through “increasingly interventionist laws” was not the answer to rising extremism.

“Facebook is committed to working with law enforcement, policymakers, experts and civil society organisations to develop ways of detecting bad actors without needing access to the content of encrypted messages,” the company said.

Google’s submission said it was “unable to provide to law enforcement” the content of encrypted messages, but promised to hand over “a wealth of data” in metadata like call location or phone numbers.

“Strong encryption doesn’t create a law-free zone,” Google claimed
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https://thenewdaily.com.au/news/2021/04/29/nazi-flags-criminalisation-police

Intelligence agencies say violent right-wing extremism activity in Australia has jumped 250 per cent in just three years, with police urging the criminalisation of symbols such as swastikas and the Christchurch shooter’s deranged manifesto to help disrupt potential terror attacks.

Right-wing extremism is the fastest-growing threat for law enforcement, agency heads have told a parliamentary inquiry

But Islamic terror remains the biggest focus for police – with the nation’s spy chief warning a violent attack is “likely” within the next 12 months

“There is a gap in current criminal laws, which constrains investigators’ response to those who possess or disseminate abhorrent or instructional extremist content,” Australian Federal Police deputy commissioner, Ian McCartney, told parliament.

“We feel current aspects of criminal laws are out of step with community expectations.”

The Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security held the first hearing on its inquiry into extremist movements on Thursday

Australian Security Intelligence Organisation director-general Mike Burgess has previously said right-wing terror makes up 40 per cent of his organisation’s counter-terror work. On Thursday, he said it was just 16 per cent only three years ago.

Mr Burgess said ASIO considered a terrorist attack in Australia was “likely” within the next 12 months. However, he later clarified this was based on Australia’s official terror threat level being set at ‘probable’, where it has been for some time.

“Given the growth we’ve seen in nationalist and racist violent extremism we anticipate there will be a terrorist attack in this country in the next 12 months,” he said.

“We anticipate that is likely… that’s what ‘probable’ means.”

ASIO recently updated its language around terror, deciding to no longer use terms like “right-wing” or “Islamic”, replacing them with “ideologically based” or “religious based

Mr Burgess noted terror in Australia “can come from either ideology and therefore for me doesn’t really matter, because they’re both capable”.

“We have credible intelligence that individuals and small groups have the capable intent,” he said.

Mr Burgess noted at multiple times in his evidence that Islamic terror was still Australia’s main threat, saying fledgling extreme-right groups in Australia “are not ISIL

Later, AFP officials warned of a “gap” in laws around extremist material, which officers thought was hindering their ability to intervene at early stages of terror attack planning.

Mr McCartney said the AFP wanted the possession of abhorrent violent material, extremist symbols such as swastikas, “instructional manuals” or terror manifestos – like that left by the Christchurch terrorist, before his shooting rampage at two New Zealand mosques – to be criminalised.

“Police are limited in the action we take to disrupt radicalised individuals, when they’re at the early stage in the attack planning continuum,” Mr McCartney said.

“We strongly support the criminalisation of public display or flags or other extremist inisignia. In the current environment, the time has come to strongly deter actions in harassing and vilifying members of our community
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Asked for specific examples, AFP assistant commissioner Scott Lee cited “Nazi  insignia” and “ISIL flags”.

“[Counter-terror] investigations often identify subjects engaging in extremist ideological dialogue, viewing and sharing of abhorrent violent extremist material like beheading videos and other violent content like extremist symbols,” Mr Lee said.

Labor senator Kristina Keneally asked if police thought possessing such material could mean someone was on a pathway to becoming radicalised, to which Mr Lee said “that’s right”. He went on to say that current laws only allowed police to intervene if they could connect such symbols or material to a specific terrorist act – a condition he said made it “extremely problematic” to disrupt potential attacks at early stages
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“We think it’s timely … that the mere possession of these things, in certain circumstances, taking away professional or other requirements, there’s a need for that to be criminalised,” Mr Lee said.

Mr McCartney said there was “no circumstances”, other than professional or research contexts, where Australians should have access to extremist content like propaganda, manuals or magazines.

The Christchurch terrorist’s manifesto, which outlined his vile racist beliefs in detail, was cited as an influence in multiple other terror attacks around the world.

The AFP and ASIO also told the parliament of an “increase” in ideologically-motivated extremism.

Mr McCartney said four of the 26 individuals charged with terror offences by the AFP in the past year were in this category. Concern grow about that type of extremism had grown further during the pandemic, and experted expected it to keep swelling.

“They’re typically vulnerable, socially disaffected individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds, including difficult family circumstances,” he said
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“We’ve observed violent extremists seeking to take advantage of isolation, loneliness and financial stress to boost their numbers.”

Mr Lee said the AFP was identifying minor, including people as young as 13, being drawn into such ideologies, and said it was difficult for parents to keep track of what their kids were up to.

“We’ve got [adherents] becoming younger, they’re engaging online in bedrooms. When we speak to their parents, they’ve got no visibility at all on what they’re doing,” he said.

“Depending on their background, they’re nowhere near as digitally literate as their children. There’s a conversation needed to have there at all levels of society on how we educate, make people aware, and how we partner with community in terms of responding to the threat.

 :-\Is this a joke?! So nazi insignia you may have in your closet or home that sits on the shelf is now prohibited if it has particular symbols on it because others in the community get reminded of “The Jew Boogie man”?

I wouldn’t do what Tarrant did but why can’t people read the manifesto? He was angry our taxes pay for non white invading forces to white countries. That part is true! People should know where the money goes and be given the right to complain.

I guess they’ll be knocking your doors down if you have any military collection with Nazi symbols on them?! Their argument is that people suffered under such symbols?  When will they ban the Star of David? That’s not cricket!  Can’t see the hammer and sickle going either.
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https://thenewdaily.com.au/news/2021/04/29/far-right-extremism-threat/

Senator Kristina Keneally has vowed Australia’s democracy will not be undermined by far-right extremism, as a Parliamentary inquiry heard she’d been the target of “terrible” abuse from neo-Nazi groups over her criticism of the fast-growing threat.

TND has been told security agencies are taking steps to enhance security arrangements around Senator Keneally and other parliamentarians, in response to numerous threats.

Police have been escorting her to recent public engagements


It comes as online safety experts warn extremists are now using dating apps and gaming sites to recruit members, as pandemic-induced isolation and loneliness makes young Australians an easier target for far-right groups.

“Given the growth we’ve seen in nationalist and racist violent extremism, we anticipate there will be a terrorist attack in this country in the next 12 months,” Australian Security Intelligence Organisation director-general Mike Burgess warned.

ASIO’s top spy was addressing the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security’s first hearing on its inquiry into extremist movements on Thursday.

In a long day of evidence, Australian Federal Police called for the criminalisation of extremist insignia like Nazi symbols, ISIL flags and manifestos left behind by terrorists, with officers claiming there was a “gap” in their ability to disrupt potential attacks.

ASIO said right-wing terror made up about 40 per cent of their counter-terror workload, but that Islamic-influenced terror was still its largest focus.

However, Mr Burgess noted the amount of right-wing work had nearly tripled in the past three years, with the inquiry spending much of its time probing that type of extremism.

Mr Burgess noted far-right activity was difficult to define, potentially encompassing sentiments including neo-Nazis, ‘incels’ or violent misogynists, anti-Semites, Islamophobes, anti-Indigenous and anti-Asians.

He said far-right actors often targeted people of Caucasian background, noting Senator Keneally – Labor’s shadow home affairs minister – had been subjected to abuse.

“If you don’t believe in their beliefs, you will get called out and they will attack you. Senator Keneally has an example of that. She’s on the receiving end of all sorts of terrible comments by people who don’t like what she believes in and how she’s challenging them,” Mr Burgess said.

These White Terrorists will attack you with nasty words and maybe a vilifying flyer - but Muslims will blow you up. ASIO says that's the same thing.

“Being white doesn’t make you right in their eyes.”

The New Daily has seen numerous examples of far-right groups explicitly attacking and criticising Senator Keneally in encrypted messaging groups.

In one post last week, the leader of a Victoria-based neo-Nazi group told followers he was concerned Senator Keneally was working to have their organisation listed as a terror group.

“Politicians have long been targeted by extremists who believe they can silence those who speak out against their abhorrent views and actions. They are wrong,” she told TND on Thursday

“Australia’s democracy is stronger than them, and I thank Australia’s national security agencies for taking the threat of right-wing extremism seriously.”

The AFP told the inquiry that children as young as 13 were adopting extremist ideology, claiming the COVID pandemic and increased isolation had provided a fertile breeding ground for recruiting online.

“They’re typically vulnerable, socially disaffected individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds, including difficult family circumstances,” AFP deputy commissioner Ian McCartney said.

“We’ve observed violent extremists seeking to take advantage of isolation, loneliness and financial stress to boost their numbers.”

Speaking after the AFP, eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant warned that it was not just the major social network sites that were used by extremists, but even popular phone apps

“Extremists groups are moving from the larger platforms, where they’re starting to harden their defences,” Ms Inman Grant said.

“There are this range of mid-size organisations that probably don’t have the same level of maturity in terms of their security, privacy and safety systems. They’re ripe targets, yet they can still reach an outside audience.”

The inquiry continues on Friday, with tech giants Facebook, Google and Twitter to give evidence to the committee.

The digital behemoths had defended their positions in submissions to the inquiry, saying they had all been working to beef up their content moderation and security systems to tackle online hate

 :-\...And who were they saying are Terrorists? Blood and Honour! Blokes in political bands who put on private parties annually. Oh! Such a threat!... musicians and right wing people who “don’t think right”?!
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https://thenewdaily.com.au/news/2021/05/11/swastika-ban-australia

There are growing calls to ban the swastika and other hate symbols after a white power cell was seen in regional Victoria over the weekend.

About 20 far-right extremists descended on the Cathedral Range over the weekend, hoping to film a promotional video for their group, the National Socialist Network.

Fascist experts say the stunts are becoming more frequent, as the groups grow in size, with thousands of online followers


Jewish Supremacists Make Their Demands

After a reported increase in hate symbol sightings, Dvir Abramovich, chairman of the Anti-Defamation Commission, said it was time for state and territory leaders across Australia to “stop talking” and ban the insignia.

“We are seeing white supremacists and neo-Nazis take their online activities into the real world,” Dr Abramovich told The New Daily.

“The beating of the drums has become louder and louder and the Nazis used the swastika as a rallying cry.”

The New South Wales and Victorian governments have flagged the possibility of banning the hate symbol, but are yet to make serious moves.

Broad support for a ban

On Tuesday, a survey found most Australia agreed strongly with the idea of outlawing the swastika.
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When asked if they agreed with the statement, “To protect Jewish people from antisemitism, the Nazi symbol should be banned in Australia”, 62 per cent said they strongly agreed or agreed.

Only 12 per cent disagreed, and 25 per cent said they had no strong opinion. The survey encompassed 3459 respondents from across the country.


Dr Abramovich said it was clear there was wide public support for a ban on the symbol

The argument that banning the swastika might limit free speech was “superfluous”, he said, as it only represented hate.

“A swastika represents genocide and extermination, it has no place in Australian society,” Dr Abramovich said.

“This is about people who want to conduct a war of annihilation. Not just against the Jewish, but anyone who doesn’t fit with their Arian {sic} world view.”

‘Fertile ground’

Four neo-Nazi groups banned in Europe and North America are operating in Australia, with a recent report warning the country is “fertile” ground for white extremism.

The report, prepared jointly by the UK’s Centre for the Analysis of the Radical Right and UAE-based violent extremism research centre, Hedayah, found that after the Christchurch massacre, Australian white supremacists had become increasingly emboldened.

“Australia has become fertile ground for radical right extremist activism and violence,” it read.
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Director-general of ASIO Mike Burgess recently warned right-wing extremism had increased to 40 per cent of the agency’s onshore terror-related workload over the past three years.

He told a parliamentary inquiry that a terrorist attack, from either right-wing or Islamic extremists, was imminent in the next 12 months.

“Given the growth we’ve seen in nationalist and racist violent extremism, we anticipate there will be a terrorist attack in this country in the next 12 months,” he said.

Recruitment drives

Fascist expert Marxist Tom Tanuki said the groups had been working relentlessly to recruit more members.

Recent media coverage that sensationalised the National Socialist Network on a hiking trip in the Grampians helped them increase in size, he said.

“They are performing stunts because it gets the media coverage and the media coverage gets them a handful of new recruits,” Mr Tanuki said.

“They come out and do outrageous stunts and they know they’ll be talked about.”

Mr Tanuki said although it’s unclear how many people have signed up, any increase is concerning.

“These are small groups. They’re not huge, but they had a huge boost in numbers. They’ve got a huge amount of interest,” he said.

“It’s a small number of very dangerous people and we need to treat it accordingly.”

Over an encrypted messaging app Australian Nazi leaders share their ideology with thousands of followers from across the world and recruit new members within Australia.

The Grampians camping trip is celebrated as a roaring success – in one recent post, the group wrote: “The Grampians for the White man! Hail victory.”

They also discuss the inquiry into extremism and share photos of members throwing white power salutes.

“The Lord gave us Adolf Hitler. Woe to those who are too scared to hail him,” one post reads.

The Intent is to BAN EVERY SYMBOL Related to White Culture

It is going to take more than banning swastikas to deal with this growing tide of white supremacy, Mr Tanuki said.

“A ban on swastikas would limit their imagery, but the National Socialists group icon is not a swastika. It’s not going to solve the problem,” he said.


The community needs to understand who these people are and what they stand for, what it means when their sons sign up, or they realise they’re neighbours with them, he said.

Torches and Pitchforks Ready!

“If you know they’re living down the road, you speak to your local council, to community groups. You band together,” Mr Tanuki said


If you have some “friendly , neighbourhood white nationalists “ you should band together and talk to your council about getting you guys a hall where you can base your operations out of! After all what Australian Racialists do is not a hate crime in their eyes. In most cases it’s a Community Service!


Anyway just imagine this scenario the Hindus fly swastika flags and the neighbour’s gather and protest against them to their council? ..... I don’t think so. They are here to replace us! Don’t touch the “cash cow”!
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