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White Flight is the ultimate act of Surrender and cowardice.

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Senator Jacqui Lambie has slammed the sale of Australian baby formula company Bellamy's to the Chinese, calling the move an 'embarrassment to the country

On Friday, the Foreign Investment Review Board approved China Mengniu Dairy Company's $1.5billion bid to buy 100 per cent of the Tasmanian brand's shares.

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg backed the approval but insisted that certain conditions were imposed.

The company will have to remain headquartered in Australia for a decade and run by a majority Australian board.

Shortly after the acquisition was approved, Ms Lambie took aim at the Morrison Government, saying the buying-up of Australian companies was 'concerning.'

'I think I'm like millions of Australians out there who are very concerned about the Communist Chinese takeover,' she told the Sydney Morning Herald on Friday.

'Every time they open a cheque book we roll over like a dog.

Prior to the sale, Ms Lambie, along with senators of the Centre Alliance, had called for an inquiry into Chinese influence and buy-outs around the country from the foreign affairs committee

Ms Lambie was joined by One Nation Senator Pauline Hanson as well as Barnaby Joyce who also voiced their frustrations over the acquisition.

Mr Joyce said he was 'disappointed' to see Australia lose yet another company to the Chinese and urged the government to make sure the conditions are properly met.

In a more scathing attack, Ms Hanson called on Mr Frydenberg to overturn the decision. 

'Stop, just stop! Enough with the rampant sell off of Australia,' she said.

'These are money making entities, which are vital for our economy, they employ local people, and they contribute to our food production. Why compromise all that?

'Here we are allowing the Chinese to waltz in and snatch away one of the leading baby formula manufacturing businesses, with little consideration for what it means for our country's future; this takes another chunk out of Australia's ability to produce enough food for our own people.'

Ms Hanson, who accused the government of being 'frivolous' with Australian assets, said there needs to be 'more respect for what's ours.'

Ms Lambie and Ms Hanson's sentiments seem to echo those of US President Donald Trump who has staunchly opposed outsourcing to China and has advocated for domestic manufacturing instead

President Trump has accused China of 'unfair trade practices' and has imposed tariffs, ultimately leading to a trade war between the two countries. 

Bellamy's sale is expected to be finalised by the end of the year if shareholders approve the deal.

Mr Frydenberg has also required the Chinese buyer to invest at least $12million in infant milk formula processing facilities in Victoria. 

'The conditional approval demonstrates our foreign investment rules can facilitate such an acquisition while giving assurance to the community that decisions are being made in a way which ensures that Australia's national interest is protected,' Mr Frydenberg said in a statement on Friday.

Before the takeover bid, shares in Bellamy's plunged 62 per cent in 18 months.

There were allegations the Chinese state brought this about by not approving Bellamy's request to sell organic formula in Chinese stores, which is still pending

Mengniu is 16 per cent owned by food processing company Cofco, which is co-owned by the Chinese state

You could see it comming! This mob are obsessed with our baby formula.

They aren’t sending bees out of their hive to get it. They are creating a hive on our turf now.

Oh well.... I guess the Baby boomers don’t care? Where else are they going to get their Thailand retirement fund and money to pay off the Dad of a Flip for a “dial a bride”?
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To me this is just another reason to separate from the other races, then these mistakes would be non-existent. WIN, WIN for everyone. I definitely don't want tax revenue to pay this Spanish speaking mud $190k, when he shouldn't be in our society in the first place.

US-born Marine vet wrongly held by ICE for three days to be paid 190G

By Louis Casiano | Fox News

An American-born Marine war veteran who was wrongly detained by immigrationauthorities for three days will receive a $190,000 settlement from the city of Grand Rapids, Mich., according to media reports.

The City Commission unanimously approved the payment to Jilmar Ramos-Gomez on Tuesday to resolve a Michigan Department of Civil Rights complaint.

Ramos-Gomez, a Marine veteran with post-traumatic stress disorder, was born in Michigan. He was held for three days in December 2018 after he being apprehended by police in November on suspicion of trespassing and damaging a fire alarm at a Grand Rapids hospital.

Ramos-Gomez was expected to be released Dec. 14, 2018 after pleading guilty to charges against him. He was instead handed over to agents from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and taken to a detention center even though he had his U.S. passport on him.

He was released once he was able to prove he was an American citizen.

Grand Rapids police Capt. Curtis VanderKooi served an unpaid two-day suspension for violating department policy after alerting federal authorities about Ramos-Gomez's arrest.

Immigration-rights activists and the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan filed a complaint against the department on behalf of several people of Latino descent, alleging discrimination.

Ramos-Gomez served in the Marines from 2011-14, during which time he was awarded the national defense service medal, a global war on terrorism service medal, an Afghanistan campaign medal, and a combat action ribbon.

Upon returning home, the ACLU says he was "a shell of his former self," and suffered from PTSD as a result of things he'd seen in combat.
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An Indigenous man received a 'threatening' and 'racist' letter from an anonymous neighbour who told him to 'go back to the bush

Michael, who lives in Taperoo, Adelaide, told the ABC he received the letter on Wednesday, one day after police were called to his house to speak with his daughter, who had been attacked on her way home from school.

The letter says the street the family moved to seven years ago was 'a nice peaceful area' before he 'f***ed it up'.

'Your [sic] always loud, yelling and swearing,' the letter reads. 'Why don't you go back to the bush where you belong,' the letter read.

'Everyone in [the] street hates you and we hope you die. Wish I were a guy, I would kick your head in

After the incident with his daughter, which Michael admits did cause a commotion on the street, the father said he went to speak with his neighbours and apologise for the disturbance in person.

He said he is 'one of the quieter people in the street' and he did not understand why his neighbour would send him the letter.

'I was stunned to think in this day and age you can still send a letter like that... That's like KKK tactics,' he said

'I don't understand how people can still be so narrow-minded and have the audacity to walk to my mailbox and drop a letter and not knock on my door and speak to me.'

Michael called the police about the threatening note, but was told there was nothing they could do to help.

South Australia's Commissioner for Equal Opportunity Niki Vincent told the ABC the law did not cover racism outside of public places and employment situations

Taperoo?! There are some black fellas that live there alright! Maybe the Klan’s back in town?!
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Yeundemu 2019!

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UK: National Health Service to Deny Treatment for ‘Racist or Sexist Language, Gestures, Behaviour’

Jack Montgomery | 4 Nov 2019

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The chief executive of a major hospital trust has slammed “white privilege” in the National Health Service (NHS), demanding the public healthcare service put more ethnic minorities in top jobs.

Sarah-Jane Marsh, chief executive of Birmingham Women’s & Children’s NHS Trust vowed to boycott all-white interview board panels, which she claimed cause underperformance amongst black and minority ethnic (BAME) job applicants.

A National Health Service (NHS) trust has announced that it will withdraw treatment from patients it deems to be racist or sexist.

The North Bristol NHS Trust announced that patients will be subject a “sports-style disciplinary yellow card and then final red card in which treatment would be withdrawn as soon as is safe” on its official website.

The policy would cover not just “Threatening and offensive language” but also “Racist or sexist language, gestures or behaviour” more generally, as well as “malicious allegations” — a rather troubling caveat, given the NHS has in the past been entangled in large-scale malpractice scandals which hospitals and staff have initially denied.

“We have staff from many different backgrounds, from all over the world, and we pride ourselves on our commitment to equality which is a fundamental value of the NHS,” commented Andrea Young, Chief Executive for North Bristol NHS Trust.

“We’re sending a strong signal that any racism or discrimination is completely unacceptable – we want staff to challenge and report it and we want everyone to know that it will have consequences.”

How low the bar for deeming behaviour discriminatory and sufficiently “offensive” to withdraw treatment is not spelled out in explicit terms.

For example, in late 2017 an NHS patient who requested a female nurse to carry out a cervical smear complained when the hospital sent a person with “an obviously male appearance… close-cropped hair, a male facial appearance and voice, large number of tattoos and facial stubble” who insisted “My gender is not male. I’m a transsexual”.

It is not clear whether the patient could have fallen foul of the Bristol policy had it been in place and the nurse had chosen to take offence — and nor is it clear how far the trust’s assurances that it will only withdraw treatment once clinically safe extend, and if patients could, for example, be denied diagnostic procedures or so-called routine operations such as hip replacements, for which many patients have to wait eight months or more.

British state authorities have previously proved somewhat overzealous in their enforcement of political correctness, with foster parents caring for three “not indigenous White British” children having them taken away by Labour-run Rotherham Borough Council in 2012 because they were members of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), then led by Nigel Farage.

Strategic Director of Children and Young People’s Services Joyce Thacker said she was concerned that UKIP was opposed to mass immigration and the “active promotion of multiculturalism”, meaning UKIP members could not meet non-British children’s “cultural and ethnic needs”.

Another NHS trust for the area, the University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust, has previously been criticised for ordering the removal of the British flag from security staff stab vests after someone complained that the country’s national banner was “offensive”.
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Simmering tensions between the Northern Territory’s Aboriginal community and police are threatening to boil over as the accused officer Zachary Rolfe, 28, on Thursday night left Alice Springs for Canberra

The shooting of the 19-year-old in his grandmother’s home has sparked calls for a ban on police carrying guns in the remote Yuendumu town where they say the people do not own such weapons.

“We do not want guns in Yuendumu as from now,” Walpiri elder Ned Hargraves told the ABC.

Another senior elder, Harry Nelson, said he feared the presence of guns could incite fear among children.

“That’s what my main concern is — frightening children. Guns should only be worn if there is a major problem in the community,” he said

Indigenous Affairs minister Ken Wyatt flew to Alice Springs where he met with the community and called for calm as thousands protested in in the NT capital.

Mr Wyatt said now was not the time for blame.

“I understand people want answers. The incident is now subject to a judicial process as it should be.

ohhhhh! Poor Widdle Aboriginies , Cops wearing guns is scary and needs to be banned?
When will this mob understand that if you try hurt emergency workers there is a penalty? The community needs the emergency workers!

Guns are for Cops because they deter the kind of “chimp outs” that always seem to flare up in these places!

The grieving family of Kumanjayi Walker say the cop charged with his murder should be punished under Aboriginal law and be 'speared' if he is found guilty

Rolfe was charged with one count of murder on Wednesday and was granted bail to appear in court in Alice Springs on December 19. He intends to plead not guilty.

Mr Walker's alleged murder has aggravated ongoing tensions between the Aboriginal community and police, who have been criticised for their treatment of indigenous people, as well as deaths in custody, high prison rates, past massacres and the Stolen Generations.

Eddie Robertson, the grandfather of Mr Walker's partner, voiced his outrage upon learning Rolfe had been released on bail, calling the situation 'hopeless

Ok everybody ! Ban guns in the community but keep a spear on you just in case you need to kill somebody you have a chip on your shoulder with?!

Family of indigenous teenager shot dead by police say the cop accused of his murder should be SPEARED to death under Aboriginal law

Eddie Robertson, the grandfather of Mr Walker's partner, voiced his outrage upon learning Rolfe had been released on bail. 'I believe that, in this case, maybe he [Rolfe] should go through Aboriginal law. He should be speared.'

'I believe that, in this case, maybe he [Rolfe] should go through Aboriginal law. He should be speared.

In a Facebook post on Thursday, Azaria Nampjinpa Robertson, who referred to Mr Walker as her 'brother-in-law' echoed Mr Robertson's sentiments.

'Why is the [alleged] murderer getting bail, is it fun to take a human life, well if he's on bail come to Yuendumu for tribal punishment,' she said in a post.

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Aboriginal traditional punishments can take a wide variety of forms, depending on factors such as the locality, the sex, status and previous history of the wrongdoer, the sex, status and conduct of the victim:

Death (either directly inflicted or by ‘sorcery’ or incantation)
Spearing (of greater or less severity) or other forms of corporal punishment (eg, burning the hair from the wrongdoer’s body)
Individual 'duelling' with spears, boomerangs or fighting sticks collective 'duelling' (including specially structured encounters such as the makarrata or minungudawada)
Shaming or public ridicule
More rigorous forms of initiation or teaching
Certain arrangements for compensation (eg through adoption or marriage)
Exclusion from the community (eg to a particular outstation or another community, or more rarely, total exclusion)
American News / F.B.I. Hate Crime Stats are Racist
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Sounds like another no win situation for Whites. Numbers too high proves that the "evil White supremacists" are on the raise. Numbers not high enough for them and there's a cover up. The real cover up is the constant violence towards Whites by the niggers and muds that have a deep seated hatred for us. Is that not hate crimes?

I say let's talk about the real numbers, like 13% of our population (niggers) committing 50% plus of the murders or the over representation of all other violent crimes by these coloreds.

FBI’s Newest Hate Crime Stats Reveal Gaping Hole In Agencies’ Reporting

Roughly 88% of all the agencies in the report claimed to have zero hate crimes whatsoever.

By Ryan Grenoble and Christopher Mathias
11/12/2019 01:41 PM ET

On Tuesday, the FBI released statistical data documenting hate crimes across the country for all of 2018.

As with previous years’ data, it’s incomplete at best and misleading at worst. Of the 16,039 law enforcement agencies the FBI relies on to report hate crimes to its national database, only 2,026 ― a bit more than 12% ― actually did so.

The remaining 14,013 agencies, roughly 88% of the total, reported zero hate crimes whatsoever. Sadly, that’s not because of an absence of hate crimes, but an absence of reporting. Those 14,013 agencies police more than 100 million people across 49 states, and collectively claimed not a single hate crime occurred in any of their jurisdictions.

“Every year a large number of jurisdictions fail to report hate crimes,” Jack Levin, a professor at Northeastern University and co-director of the Brudnick Center on Violence and Conflict, told HuffPost. “Even though they claim to cooperate with the FBI there are certain states that report very few hate crimes.”

“It doesn’t mean that they have few hate crimes, it just means they don’t have a specialized unit or the resources available to make the identification and arrests necessary in reporting them to the FBI,” he said.

Levin specifically mentioned Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi and Wyoming as states whose lack of reporting falsely gives the appearance of having very few hate-motivated offenses. Proper reporting requires time, training, effort and resources that not every agency can offer.

Lack of reporting at the agency level is compounded by underreporting of hate crimes in general. For a variety of reasons, many victims never report the crime to police in the first place. Shame, distrust of law enforcement, and even fear of deportation can all play a role, for example.

Of those that are reported, police or prosecutors may not document them as a hate crime. Different agencies have different definitions of what constitutes a hate crime, while different officers may have different biases and different standards of reporting. And even then, data recorded at the local and state levels isn’t necessarily shared with the FBI at the federal level.

Variability at each step in the process degrades the quantity and quality of data, which the FBI acknowledges in a warning on the data’s pitfalls ― and against “incomplete analyses” given “the uniqueness of each locale.”

Regardless of what the report finds or how incomplete it may be, it’s still critically important we track hate crimes and pass laws that specifically target their perpetrators, said Levin.

“Hate crime laws send a message to the perpetrators who would like to believe that they have the encouragement and support of the community,” he said. “Hate crimes laws say no, we welcome diverse individuals into our town or city, and hate crime laws also send a message to the victims that, mainly, that we will not tolerate intolerance and that is really the symbolic meaning of what hate crimes laws are all about.”
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