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We know that the same Press Council says that it's perfectly alright to discriminate against adherents to the religion of Creativity. In fact, it goes as far to say that it is not discrimination for employers, politicians, political parties, police and courts to refuse Creators and former Creators exercise of their rights as human beings. Calls by mainstream media representatives for Creators to be publicly ridiculed, ostracised, refused services from stores to government agencies, refused employment, refused lodging and evicted from homes, and calls to be imprisoned without resort to judicial process are all perfectly acceptable according to the Press Council. They've done this twice now.

Of course none of that is permitted by law as we Creators are like the adherents of any legitimate religion and the adherents to Creativity maintain the same political, religious, social and legally binding rights as any other person ... but the mainstream media is a law unto themselves and you cannot fight them without money that you are willing to throw away.

Of course, if we were black, brown or yellow, stank of foreign muck and worshipped the tribal spook while living like we were still in the Dark Ages, the Press Council throw wads of cash our way and order the mainstream media to bend over and take one for the PC gods of multiculturalism.


Press Council adjudication

Sydney Morning Herald | 25 July 2016

The Press Council considered whether its Standards of Practice were breached by the publication of an article in The Sydney Morning Herald on 22 February 2016 headed "The horrifying untold story of Louise" in print and "The story of Louise: we'll never know the scale of the rape epidemic in Sydney" online.

The article reported on the graphic account of the alleged rape of "Louise" by a number of men whom she said were Arabic-speaking and whom she described as "MERCs. Middle Eastern raping c---- ".

The article also stated that the NSW Police took no action when Louise reported the rape.

The Council asked the publication to comment on whether the material breached its Standards of Practice, which require it to take reasonable steps to ensure that factual material is accurate and not misleading (General Principle 1) and presented with reasonable fairness and balance (General Principle 3).

If the material is significantly inaccurate or misleading, or unfair or unbalanced, publications must take reasonable steps to provide adequate remedial action or an opportunity for a response to be published (General Principles 2 and 4).

The Standards also require that publications take reasonable steps to avoid contributing to substantial offence, distress or prejudice, unless doing so is sufficiently in the public interest (General Principle 6).

In response, The Sydney Morning Herald acknowledged that publication of the article "represented unacceptable breaches of fundamental journalistic practice", and "expressed its regret."

The publication said that a subsequent article, "The story of Louise: police have no case to answer, but I do" by the same author, attempted to publicly address some of the failings that occurred in the article complained about.

The publication said that on 24 February it redacted the most contentious allegations – including aspersions cast about the Middle Eastern community and allegations of inaction against the NSW Police - which was noted on the article, and on 1 March the article was retracted in its entirety.

The publication also pointed out that it had published apologies in print and online and through its social media channels on 29 February, and also published additional articles and letters which were highly critical of its original decision to publish the article and its content.

The publication added that it has implemented and undertaken editorial safeguards to avoid, or at least minimise, the risk of such unacceptable practice occurring in the future.


The publication conceded that the article breached fundamental standards of journalistic practice. The article concerned serious and distressing allegations that would likely cause substantial offence, distress and/or prejudice to the Middle Eastern community in Australia, the NSW Police, victims of sexual assault and the wider community.

Accordingly, it was necessary to be especially rigorous in determining the veracity of the claims made by Louise that she had been raped by Arabic-speaking men and of the subsequent police inaction and indifference.

All of these claims would have been readily dismissed with some further interviews and basic fact-checking, but this was not done.

The Council concludes that reasonable steps were not taken to verify or justify the report and that its Standard of Practice relating to accuracy and fairness was clearly breached in this respect.

The Council also concludes that reasonable steps were not taken to avoid substantial offence, distress and prejudice and without sufficient justification in the public interest, especially in reporting Louise's description of the Arabic-speaking men as "MERCs. Middle Eastern raping c---- ".

The Council's Standards also require that reasonable steps be taken to publish a correction or take other adequate remedial action where published material is significantly inaccurate or misleading.

Although the original decision to publish the article was deeply regrettable, given the subsequent steps taken by the publication, including its publication of critical articles and letters, the Council does not consider that there was a failure to provide adequate remedial action.

Note: The average payout for individuals who make successful complaints to the Press Council is in the tens of thousands of dollars. To my knowledge, no Sand-Nigger, Kike, Gook or Abo has yet failed in gaining a successful outcome and a substantial payout after making a complaint to the Press Council.
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