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Re: "THAT'S RACIST!" The Incessant Scream from MSM ...
« Reply #460 on: 22 February 2020 at 13:04 »
The Coronavirus is being used by the Chinese as a biological weapon of war. If the Chinks had their way, Australia would be importing 50 thousand chinks her per week. I think the Australian government understands that not closing the border and doing exactly what the Chinks want would not only be suicide for the government and the nation, but once the virus began to spread and the deaths begin to mount, there would be revolution and the borders would be closed by the barrel of a gun.

That's something to think about.

Or you could just accept the utter contempt of a dirty Jew parasite that poses as a university professor, travelling the world, brainwashing White youth and filling their minds with hatred for their own people and nations. According to him, the Coronavirus is just an excuse for more Whitey Be Racist .... That Yid bastard sure needs some sense nailed into him; lucky for us, Easter is coming up.

No joke, this is a Kike that needs to be disposed of back to its shitty little country; and that's me being nice about it. Because if it gets its way, we are dead, Chink slaves will be all that remains, and that Kike will be safely evacuated to Israel, where it will live like a king on the throne of the world, just as so many parasitical Jewish community leaders and Israeli politicians have declared time and again over the last hundred and more years.

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How Sinophobia goes viral: Building resilience against Australia’s latest anti-Chinese contagion

Andrew Jakubowicz | ABC (Australia) | 20 February 2020

https://www.abc.net.au/religion/andrew-jakubowicz-sinophobia-goes-viral/11983714

The former Attorney General, George Brandis, was right on one thing: some Australians do believe they have the right to be bigots, and his government and its successors have their backs. The position of the federal government helps explain why the attack on Chinese people — Australians and foreigners — has been so vitriolic, virulent and, yes, viral.

Since the internet burst into our lives around the turn of the millennium, communication has been transformed and the flow of opinion, hyperbole and hate has accelerated in ways we could not have imagined. Australia has exemplified this efflorescence of bile, as unlike any other country in the West we allow race hate speech to flourish unrestrained by criminal sanctions, and barely touched by civil remedies. Meanwhile, the current federal government has cut back on funds for anti-racism work and tried twice to remove or dilute the frail protections accorded targets of racism by the Racial Discrimination Act.

Watching Prime Minister Scott Morrison double down on the government’s purported opposition to racism even as the new Race Discrimination commissioner Chin Tan cries poor (he has had a report funded by one of his predecessors, advocating a series of actions to contain online racism, from which no initiatives have been taken) invokes key elements in dissolution of social cohesion we see being enacted around us.

What is racism in this context? We can make a number of distinctions. “Race” has history as a bio-political definer of difference. Biologically, there is little evidence that genetic distinctions (and those between “race” populations are usually smaller than those within those populations) have behavioural or cultural expressions — which is to say, nurture is at least if not more important than nature. However, “race” has taken on political meanings — some of which refer to apparent biological differences, some of which refer to culture. In societies where there are a number of “races” for historical reasons, perceptions of difference become racialised.

Racialisation may be benign, or it may be destructive and oppressive. Some people argue, for instance, for “colour blind” imaginings of the social world, and to “remove” race altogether. Others argue that race has real social consequences and should be recognised as a serious issue.

“Racism” thus refers to situations in racialised societies where race is identified as a discriminating characteristic. Racism may be structural — particular “races” are restricted in their opportunities, have poorer life outcomes and lack social power. Usually this means there is a hierarchy of races with the dominant groups running the society to fit their racial proclivities and sectoral interests. Australia looks a bit like that. Racism may be interpersonal — directed through action against people: that’s what we mean in Australia by “racial discrimination.” Racism may be intentional — designed and planned to harass, intimidate, exclude and oppress. Racism may occur because of unintended consequences of behaviour that is designed to achieve other ends. So we can engage in political critiques of regimes, as many do of the People’s Republic of China (PRC). If such critiques could be made of other states but are not, and are only made of the Chinese state, then that is racist. However just because the critique is racist does not mean it is invalid: the PRC oppression of Uyghur people in Xinjiang — forcing them to adopt the Han language and Beijing-directed political behaviour — is often given as an example.

There are many ways we “imagine” our society and what holds it together. Conservatives point to tradition and civility and individualism; progressives to community and sociation. We know how fragile both of these visions are when violent contradictions are unleashed — a situation towards which we are moving quickly. The racialisation of interactions in a multicultural society contributes to one of the major lines of potential conflict, and we have learned to some extent how to manage such tensions by drawing back from overt racist hostility — apart from the One Nation senator from Queensland who has turned the opposite tactic into the key to her political survival.

If we look at the past decade, as the Chinese population of Australia has grown and blended into the many different ways we have of being Australian, there have been a series of “shocks” — some based in reality, others fictitious and tendentious, that have rocked the sense of security that Australia’s Chinese-origin population have previously felt. As many have expressed since COVID-19 first erupted, they feel the target of a visceral hatred they thought impossible in a country as open and “fair-go” espousing as Australia. As I have argued previously, identity within and attachment to Australia for ethnic immigrants depend on how well the system they enter protects their human rights from the omnipresent threats from racists and xenophobes. They will not release their grip on the old if the new emerges as threatening and potentially dangerous.

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JERUSALEM: China's ambassador to Israel grovelled for forgiveness on Sunday after comparing the closure of several national borders to Chinese citizens amid fears of a new virus from China to the turning away of Jewish refugees during the Holocaust.
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/feb/03/beijings-israel-ambassador-sorry-restrictions-chinese-citizens-holocaust-coronavirus

A brief history of Chinese–Australian relations

The conflict of the “meanings” of Chinese people has been part of Australian society since Flinders spotted Macassan traders on Torres Strait beaches, drying trepang for the Chinese market as he scurried around the continent in 1803 (not so much Cook, who did no such scurrying, despite the Prime Minister’s vision splendid of a bogus re-enactment for the 250th anniversary of the white invasion). Whether a ship from the fleet of a eunuch Muslim Chinese admiral Zheng He did or did not land near Darwin in the mid-fifteenth century, Australia has sat at the centre of two intersecting imperial circles even since the Admiralty had Cook go off and claim the Great Southland three hundred and fifty years later.

Imperialism had its contradictions from the time the first Chinese “coolies” turned up in the colonies after the treaties extracted by the British from the Qing Emperor in the 1840s — treaties which had as their converse “rights” the right of subjects of the Middle Kingdom to travel freely in the empire of Victoria. Chinese workers and contractors cleared many of the sites for the rural towns along rivers like the Murray, grew the fresh produce needed for the health of the emerging colonial societies and, of course, competed with esoteric technological skill and economic commitment in the extraction of gold from the forests of the tropics to the winter ranges of the south.

One of the driving forces in the creation of a federated Australia was the imagining of a Mongol-free white nation, with its enforcement of a uniform policy of exclusion on the Middle Kingdom and its diaspora. Many Chinese learned about democracy and the rights of man while in Australia and, though disappointed at their suppression and harassment in the new nation, carried their lessons back into the struggle against the Manchu — resulting in the Republic in 1911.

Chinese Australian relations reached a nadir after the Second World War, when Arthur Calwell under the Wartime Refugee Removal Act of 1949 tried to expel all the Chinese given refuge in Australia during the war. With the establishment of the People’s Republic there was a low level of contact, including members of long-established Chinese Australian families returning to China to teach English after the end of the Cultural Revolution. Initially China was seen as a market rather than a population source, and indeed significant Chinese immigration only really occurred after the events of 4 June 1989. China bought our minerals for their industries to process and use, while their youngsters came here to learn English and gain Western certified educations.

After 1990 and the settlement of 40,000 students — whom Prime Minister Bob Hawke insisted should be given shelter from the storm in their homeland — regular immigration grew, tourism spiralled up, student numbers expanded and the home unit industry skyrocketed to accommodate. Back then a Queensland millionaire, by the name of Clive Palmer, attacked the Australian government for racism for refusing actively to encourage Chinese investment in the development of ore mines. A departing Chinese ambassador hailed the Australia–China relationship as wonderful, with never any points of dispute between them.

Over the past twenty years, as the PRC has matured as an authoritarian state-directed, imperially-inflected, post-capitalist society, and thereby thought and acted more coherently in its corporate interests, Australians have found it hard to sort out in our own minds the parameters that do, should or could, separate the Chinese state, the Republic of China, Chinese nationals, Han Chinese and ethnic Chinese diasporic populations. For Australia, as I wrote  a decade ago, the turning points in both the internal and external relations occurred when China took on for us the same large parameters that had long characterised the relationship with the UK — both a major trading partner and investor, and a major source of immigrating population. For the most part Australia’s economic and immigration histories had seen separate hierarchies of importance. Now China has become de facto, if not de jure, the new imperial power in Australia’s sphere, an investing, purchasing, supplying and colonising powerhouse.

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Chinese embassy apologizes for comparing border closure to Holocaust
The decision comes as Chinese people around the world have been impacted by racism in light of the spread of the Novel Coronavirus that began in Wuhan, China and has now infected 14,628 people.
https://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/Israel-border-closure-due-to-coronavirus-like-Holocaust-Chinese-embassy-616256

Can the Sinophobic contagion be contained?

When the implications of these changes began to seep into the public sphere, the contradictions that were emerging within the many strands of Australia–China relations, with the multiple racialised perceptions (both Chinese and Australian) intertwining and staining each other, caught the attention of different critics.

Our contemporary bio-racists just saw the yellow peril writ large, reactivating the tropes of the early 1950s which linked communism and the Chinese race into a package wrapped in disease metaphors and infection hyperbole. Our leftist anti-fascists saw a neo-fascist regime of foreign mind-set and its agents, with scant regard for their own citizens’ rights, intruding into the Australian political space, buying political influence and seeking to extend both their economic gains and their political agency. Some saw China as the new United States, remembering how Australia had been manipulated into a series of wars designed to protect American interests.

Many Chinese Australian scholars and community leaders were dismayed by the effect these two attacks on a “Chinese” presence in Australia were having on the cordial relations and beneficial integration of the different “Chineses” into the not necessarily always welcoming space of post-multicultural Australia. Others relentlessly defended the world viewed from Beijing, rejecting all criticisms and denying authoritarian and anti-humanitarian actions by the PRC.

Light the blue paper and stand back. Coronavirus was the flame and the twisted anxieties generated by all these precedent events provided the wick. Interestingly, the deeper structural racisms that continued in Australia, often denied by the anti-PRC elements in groups such as the Australian Values Coalition, have now been recognised and more publicly discussed. People not so identified, such as Prof Kam Louie, protested to a recent Senate inquiry that the “pale male and stale” leadership of Australia was unable to recognise just how politically educated and democratically aspirant so many Chinese migrants to Australia have proved to be.

A couple of years ago, two groups of China scholars took opposing views: one given voice by David Brophy and his colleagues, warning that the debate had a racial dimension and that there were racist consequences, if not overt intentions, in the fear-mongering about PRC influence; the other, led by Adam Ni, not only denied racism, but also claimed that “racism” was just a Beijing tactic to divert criticism of the PRC. It is worth noting that Adam Ni has now come out and retracted his earlier view, worried by the increasingly rampant Sinophobia and its negative impact on the Chinese Australian communities.

Hundreds of years of racism have merged in the Australian government’s responses to the coronavirus — for instance, the relocation of “Chinese” from Wuhan to Christmas Island for quarantine, and the rendition of “Australians” from the cruise ship to Darwin for the same purpose. More broadly our local Chinese communities are devastated, often with their own communities self-isolating and businesses failing everywhere. The universities are in melt-down, and the tourism industry has been king-hit. The media have had a field-day with juvenile racial slurs and anti-Chinese “jokes.”

The billions of dollars and thousands of people affected by drought and bushfire and flood have rightly now been offered support by government and community agencies, with carefully considered and reasonably resourced resilience strategies put in place. The current crisis of Sinophobia is vastly more destructive of our economic infrastructure and social capital, affecting many more people with much longer-term effect.

There is no sign that governments are aware of what sort of social investment and cultural engagement will be necessary to recover from the viral virus and its adverse social consequences: perhaps if the virus “goes away”, we will all pretend everything is fine and we don’t really have any intercultural issues. But the ember sprays from the virus fire will continue to leap ahead of the containment lines, and ignite further continuing hot spots of racism and alienation. A few words condemning racist speech with no action to push back against it, are unlikely to form enough of a fire break to protect the rest of society from the over-heated scorched landscape we all share.

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Andrew Jakubowicz is Professor of Sociology at the University of Technology Sydney. He has an Honours degree in Government from Sydney University and a PhD from UNSW. Since the early 1970s he has been involved in action research and race relations, and has been centrally involved in the development of materialist theories of cultural diversity. He has taught at universities in the USA, Europe and Asia, and was the foundation director of the Centre for Multicultural Studies at the University of Wollongong. He has published widely on ethnic diversity issues, disability studies and media studies. In 1994 he led the research team that produced "Racism Ethnicity and the Media (Allen and Unwin), and more recently has been involved in multimedia documentaries such as Making Multicultural Australia (1999-2004) and The Menorah of Fang Bang Lu (2001-2002). He was historical adviser to the exhibitions on the Jewish communities of Shanghai, at the Sydney Jewish Museum (2001-2002), and the national travelling exhibition "Crossroads: Shanghai and the Jews of China" (2002-2003). He was foundation chair of the Disability Studies and Research Institute.

Supervision areas include new media and social change, racism and ethnicity, public policy and marginalised minorities.

The website, Making Multicultural Australia in the 21st Century, an educational website developed jointly with the Office of the Board of Studies NSW, won the 2005 'Best Secondary Educational website' category of the annual Excellence in Eduational Publishing Awards.

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« Reply #461 on: 22 February 2020 at 21:26 »
https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/fashion-institute-technology-officials-put-leave-after-racist-runway-show-n1140906

Fashion Institute of Technology officials put on leave after 'racist' runway show

"Those in charge of and responsible for overseeing the show failed to recognize or anticipate the racist references and cultural insensitivities," the college president said.

Feb. 22, 2020, 1:06 PM CST / Updated Feb. 22, 2020, 1:07 PM CST
By Phil McCausland

The Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City is placing two top administrators on leave after an alumni fashion show included models adorned in large prosthetic ears, lips and bushy eyebrows — accessories one black model at the event called racist and refused to wear.


On Friday, two weeks after the Feb. 7 show, the president of the public college, Joyce Brown, announced that Mary Davis, dean of the School of Graduate Studies, and Jonathan Kyle Farmer, chair of the MFA Fashion Design Department, had been placed on administrative leave pending the conclusion of an outside investigation into origins of the show.

"Those in charge of and responsible for overseeing the show failed to recognize or anticipate the racist references and cultural insensitivities that were obvious to almost everybody else," Brown wrote in a letter to students. "That’s inexcusable and irresponsible — but also why we are commissioning an independent investigation."

The school has retained the law firm of Bond, Schoeneck & King to look into the incident, "including what led up to the show and what followed," the college president said.

Even just prior to the show, there were concerns.

Model Amy LeFevre, who is black, said she learned just prior to when she was supposed to walk down the runway that she was expected to wear certain accessories.

She told NBC News that she told the show's organizers the items recalled caricatures of black people that exaggerated their features.

But the show went on, producing numerous photos such as those below, which some readers might find offensive or disturbing.

"I almost broke down in tears when the leadership of the show was pressuring me to wear these accessories," LeFevre said.

She said students from the school "did come to support me, realizing how inappropriate (the accessories) were, but they were yelled at to move away from me."

The model added that people upset over the show should focus their anger on the school, rather than the designer, Junkai Hunag.


Farmer, the chair of the school's masters of fine arts program, apologized in an Instagram post.

"I deeply apologize for any harm and pain I've caused to those involved with the show, including Amy LeFevre," he wrote. "It was never our intent for the show's styling to be interpreted as racist or to make people feel uncomfortable but I now fully understand why this happened. I take full responsibility and am committed to learning from this situation and taking steps to do better."

Other fashion brands have received heavy criticism for producing pieces that carry offensive racial overtones, as the industry appears to grapple with pushing the envelope while missing racist tropes.

Last year, Gucci apologized and stopped selling an $890 sweater that resembled blackface. Prada announced earlier this month that it would require employees and executives to undergo racial-equity training after one of its window displays in New York City included figurines deemed racist.

What would help stop these incidents from occurring, Lefevre said, is if people of color were put in positions of authority to provide some much needed oversight.

"In general, we should always strive for more common understanding," she said. "I think as a community, we need to keep moving forward and understanding between different peoples and cultures is key to a better future."
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« Reply #462 on: 23 February 2020 at 18:26 »
Admin Note: If nothing had been said in defence of the "blackface stunt" there would still be the same outcry from the same people because the only response that SJW's want when it comes to "blackface stunts" is a LYNCHING!

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8034767/Eddie-McGuire-slammed-DEFENDING-Sam-Newmans-black-face-stunt.html


* Eddie McGuire was slammed for defending Sam Newman's blackface stunt
* The 55-year-old claimed Newman 'didn't understand the nuance' of his act
* The footage appeared in Adam Goodes' documentary The Australian Dream
* Documentary follows Goodes' rise as player and advocate for indigenous people
* Goodes' career came to an end amid booing and racial taunts on the field
* The star said the football field 'actually became a place I hated to walk out on to'

Viewers of a documentary featuring AFL great Adam Goodes have slammed Eddie McGuire for defending Sam Newman's infamous Footy Show blackface stunt

The Australian Dream, which had its television premiere on the ABC on Sunday night, focuses on Goodes, who turned his back on the game for good when he retired in 2015 in the wake of an ugly racism row and years of relentless booing.

The film includes a clip from a 1999 episode of the AFL Footy Show showing Newman with his face painted black after St Kilda champion Nicky Winmar failed to turn up for a guest slot

McGuire defended his long-time friend and colleague in the documentary.

'He [Newman] didn't understand the nuance. He was a product of those times,' he said.

'He was a 60s 70s vaudevillian who was sending up Nicky Winmar because he didn't turn up on the show that night'

Winmar was targeted by RACISTS throughout his playing career, including once being called a 'black c***' by Collingwood fans at Victoria Park in 1993.

He defiantly lifted his jersey and pointed to his skin in what became an iconic image in Australia's sporting history.


McGuire's comments sparked a social media firestorm, with some viewers criticising both him and Newman on Sunday night.

'Sam Newman is disgusting, but Eddie McGuire is equally vile. Making excuses for his behaviour creates space for it to exist. Gutless to the end,' one viewer said.   

'F*** off Eddie McGuire, making excuses for Sam Newman's blackface. They all knew it was racist and did nothing in the moment to address it,' another wrote

A third said of the footage: 'I can't actually get past Sam Newman and Eddie McGuire giggling like pathetic juveniles. Makes me sick.'   

The documentary was praised by some social media users who described it was 'compelling viewing'.

'So important for everyone to watch The Australian Dream. Thank you Stan Grant, Adam Goodes and everyone involved,' Olympian turned politician Zali Steggall said.

'The Australian Dream should be compulsory viewing in all Australian schools,' another said. 

But others objected to claims the booing of Goodes was racist.

One Nation's Mark Latham posted two tweets on Sunday night where he said the crowd behaviour during Goodes' games was not racially motivated.
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« Reply #463 on: 24 February 2020 at 18:23 »
An Asian woman was left a vile racist Brutally honest note criticising the way that she parked her car outside her house

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8037667/Only-Asian-woman-stupid-Racist-note-criticising-way-woman-parked-car.html

Prue, who wished to withhold her surname, parked her car on the footpath in Queenstown, New Zealand, on Saturday before finding the handwritten letter. 

'Stop parking on the footpath. Only an Asian woman would be so stupid. You live in New Zealand. Act like a Kiwi. We have children who use the footpath,' it read

The 26-year-old was born in China but has been living in New Zealand for four years and had only moved into the housing estate in Frankton a week ago

Prue told Stuff there aren't many car spaces on the dead-end road, meaning there are often cars parked on the grass and the footpath at the end of the street.

The racist note shocked Prue, who said whoever wrote it should have approached her in a more mature manner.

'There could be a nicer way to let me know it's not allowed,' she said. 'I thought, "shame on them". They talk about children ... their behaviour isn't a good example for children,' she said

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« Reply #464 on: 25 February 2020 at 10:04 »
Anti-Fa once tracked me down to the Caravan Park I was living in - I never actually hid that info - and reported that I was a pest playing NS Black Metal all night with the police always there, annoying all the other tenants who were campaigning to have me removed. Everyone who read that and knew me said I don't like NS Black Metal. I tolerate it when others play it, it's just Metal noise to me because I cannot understand a word. And I hate noise.

As for the police, not a problem there. Coppers even gave me a lift home one night - right to my van door. I was told years later that it was a way of finding out exactly where I lived, in case they needed to raid my place. They didn't raid until I moved into a flat/an apartment some years later.

Also, years before that, when I was in my twenties, living in a flat/an apartment in Queensland (a state in Northern Australia) I hung swastika flags in the window after Abos, Polynesians, Jews and libtards went on the attack. I couldn't step out of my home without someone calling the local coppers. I fought off the local Greeks that had been set upon me by the local Abo Activist who "just wanted to watch you White cun's fight each other." I sorted the Greeks out and they understood. Of course, I didn't break windows - but the coons did and I was blamed. With the help of the local Greeks, I smashed in the head coon's knee caps one night with a pick-axe handle. Then I left the state the next day and came to South Australia.

So, consider this story from the MSM - the purveyors of Fake News - with as much credence as you would give Anti-Fa.

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Tasmania: Government Housing Commission tenant from hell: Locals are terrorised by 'abhorrent' neighbour who responded to complaints by smashing windows and flying NAZI flags

* Residents fed up with public housing tenant causing chaos in neighbourhood
* Havoc includes smashed windows, displaying Nazi swastikas and abuse
* Residents say complaints to police and relevant authorities fell on deaf ears
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Kylie Stevens | Daily Mail (UK) | 25 February 2020

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A hellish housing commission tenant who hangs up Nazi flags, spray-paints swastikas on her bin and blasts music all night has left her neighbours living in fear.

Fed-up residents ??? say the public housing tenant is causing chaos in their once-quiet neighbourhood in the Tasmanian town of Perth, near Launceston.

Daily Mail Australia has been sent photos of some of the destruction, including broken windows at the tenant's home, where several painted Nazi swastikas can be seen hanging from the window in full view of the public. 

Locals say their complaints to police and other authorities about the woman's behaviour have fallen on deaf ears.


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Notice where someone attempted to torch the fence?
Did the neighbours break the windows only to complain about it?

One resident, who wished to remain anonymous, said neighbours were fed-up with the constant abuse from the 'abhorrent' tenant.

'She has smashed the windows multiple times and constantly blasts music from her car at all hours of the day and night and the police are there frequently,' the resident claimed.

'A new occurrence is that she has spray-painted the council garbage bin and street facing windows with Nazi swastikas.

'I made a call to Housing Tasmania to complain and they said they would deal with it, the woman was observed to wash the spray paint off the windows but has taken to flying a painted Nazi flag in the window.'


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'S got nothing to do with anti-Semitism

Anti-Defamation Commission chairman Dr Dvir Abramovich called on community leaders and Tasmanian Premier Peter Gutwein to intervene.

'As we witness a resurgence of antisemitism in our nation, spiking to alarming levels, the time has come to align actions with words,' Dr Abramovich said.

'Our elected representatives must understand that right-wing extremists are a clear and present danger to our safety, and that allowing them to freely and legally sow fear by using the emblems of genocide and death, that are as threatening as facing a gun, cannot continue.

'Leaders need to lead, and I call on Premier Gutwein and his government to take the moral high ground and to legislate to ban the public display of this evil symbol— that violates every value that Australians cherish and live their lives by—without delay.

'If he does so, I will personally stand shoulder to shoulder with him in applauding that triumphant and righteous act.'


A Tasmania Police spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia it's aware of the matter and is working with other relevant parties to find a resolution.


Notice the security light under the eves on the right?
Our J'Accuse Lady hasn't put that there for no reason.
They've smashed her fence and attempted to set fire to it.
The next arson attempt could be through the window and result in murder ...
But the Jewish Supremacists of the Anti-Defamation Commission/League would love that.
And they'd probably arrange it.

Daily Mail Australia has also contacted Department of Communities Tasmania and Northern Midlands Council for comment, which are yet to respond.

While there no specific laws in Tasmania that make flying the Nazi flag a criminal offence, there are civil anti-vilification provisions.

'A person must not incite hatred towards, serious contempt for, or severe ridicule of, a person or a group of persons on the grounds of – (a) The race of the person or any member of the group' (etc),' section 19 of the Anti-Discrimination Act states.



Australian Federal Law Regarding Swastika Flags

It is not an offence to display a swastika flag. However, if you display the swastika for the purpose of offending any person, you have broken Federal Racial Vilification/Hate Crime Law.

However, if you just hang the flag in the window because you like it, then you are free to do so.

I learned that one when dealing with State and Federal Police in Queensland. The State Police came to threaten to call the Federal Police if I refused to take the flag down from my window. I refused, they left and I called the Federal Police myself. I told them the circumstances, they told me the law. I said I'd take it down in a week or so, depending how things go, but I will not take it down NOW! The Federal Copper understood that I was taking a stand and refused to be bullied and told me that if anything came across his desk, he'd call me rather than waste time coming out visit. He understood that I didn't want to break the law, but I was not going to back down.

A week or two later I replaced the flag with a skull wearing a swastika armband/bandana - both of which I still have. The flag, I put it on my coffee table and it drove my neighbours nuts as they looked into my home every time I went out.

Before I left, I sewed their gardens with broken glass, rewired their phone lines, slashed their hoses, turned off their water and cut their copper hot water pipes where they couldn't immediately see it. I was twenty-five years old and they were lucky I don't know what I know now.

Cailen.
Noli Nothis Permittere Te Terere
The only way to prevent 1984 is 2323

Reverend Cailen Cambeul, P.M.E.
Church Administrator, Creativity Alliance
Church of Creativity South Australia
Box 420, Oaklands Park, SA, Australia, 5046

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