Tag: pc

Dr Toben Has No Regrets Fighting For Truth in History

Torben [sic] does not regret defying order on insulting Jews

Sean Fewster, Court Reporter: The Advertiser | April 16, 2009

http://www.news.com.au/adelaidenow/story/0,22606,25344960-5006301,00.html

REVISIONIST historian Fredrick Toben does not regret defying a court order to stop insulting Jewish people, saying “freedom of speech demands sacrifice”. [sic]

The Federal Court, sitting in Adelaide, today found Toben guilty of 24 counts of contempt of court.

Justice Bruce Lander ruled Toben acted “wilfully and contumaciously” by uploading, to his website, articles implying Jews offended by Holocaust denial were of “limited intelligence”.

Other articles claimed the Auschwitz concentration camp had no gas chambers, and that some …

City Shooter was Iraqi Refugee – NOT “Bikies” as Claimed by Government and Media

Gouger St shooter ‘an Iraqi Gulf War vet’, Adelaide court told

Sean Fewster, Court Reporter: The Advertiser | September 30, 2008

http://www.news.com.au/adelaidenow/story/0,22606,24424240-2682,00.html

THE man charged over a shootout in Gouger St is a former Iraqi Army corporal and weapons expert with “extensive” ties to organised crime, a court has heard.

A prosecutor today alleged Gulf War veteran Ahmed Al-Khafaji fled interstate after the city shooting in May and tried to disguise himself with new tattoos and false identities in NSW and Victoria.

His defence teams rubbished those claims, saying Al Khafaji was an Iraqi refugee and tiler who voluntarily surrendered …

Anti-racism academic cheesed off with Coon

David Barbeler: News.com.au | September 26, 2008

http://www.news.com.au/story/0,23599,24405098-421,00.html

AN anti-racism campaigner says Coon cheese is next on his hit-list after the Queensland Government ruled a grandstand being rebuilt in the state’s south would not be renamed after E.S. “Nigger” Brown.

Toowoomba Sports Ground Trust chairman John McDonald said yesterday that while the grandstand bearing Brown’s name was to be demolished in coming days as part of an upgrade, the “N word” would be used on a plaque or statue at the new ground.

But late yesterday, Sports Minister Judy Spence ruled it would be inappropriate to use the racist term …