Aussie Aussie Aussie! White White White!

 

Timothy Lindemann (on the White Australia Party public forum): “God bless this forum! WPWW (White Pride World Wide)

The ‘White Australia Party’: “Race must come first. Nation second’.

Funny that – white is a race now?

58 thoughts on “Aussie Aussie Aussie! White White White!

    • Hey-I’m from Geelong. I’m afraid to say this girl went to my school (Which is a Japanese-owned school for God’s sake).

      But, as she’s from a strongly Labour area, whose Council regularly welcomes refugees and asylum seekers, she is most definatley in the minority.

      Also-take a look at the list of schools. That’s three different schools she went to in her high school days. If it was two, you’d think “The school didn’t offer enough at VCE”, but this is one too many. All three are relatively close to each other (Certainly, there wouldn’t have been a change due to a hosue relocation), which suggests little miss White Power has been expelled at least twice. And tha fact she’s from Norlane doesn’t hurt the hypothesis anyway.

      So…Geelong is a great place. Just a few bad apples. And this one is practically rotten to the core.

  1. It is weird how these losers always pinch photos of teenage girls with Australian flags somewhere, and heavily bleeched hair. Reality is, most of these parties are represented by fat men with hygene problems, or dickheads that put Checy badges on their Commodore ute.

    • That’s probably how she pronounces it or sumfink. Maybe we can arksk her when she finds this and gives TAB a spray.

  2. Oh Lord…. If the nazi wasters believe so much in evolution and natural selection then why can’t they understand they were selected OUT by the Red Army years ago?

    • It’s ironic how these clowns from the EEAU (which, incidentally, is also a sound someone makes when they accidentally step on fresh dog manure) claim they believe in evolution when their beliefs in “sticking to your own kind” actually encourage inbreeding.

  3. White is most definitely not a race, neither is black or any other descriptor for that matter. There is no such thing as race, no scientific basis for it at all – acknowledging race is ipso facto racist.

    • Darwin couldnt have been more wrong about Aboriginals, if he was their brightest thinker its no wonder comprehension is an issue for the “white race”, if darwin was right how come Aboriginals are still around, in fact they are becoming stronger, to much science is tweaked for the desired outcome, thats not science

  4. whats wrong with her foot? Its a pretty ugly looking foot. Seems weird to draw even more attention to that thing by tattooing it in racist paraphenalia…..bogans are funny!

    • I think she is an idiot but i don’t see how the southern cross is “racist paraphenalia”! There is nothing wrong with having pride in Australia or it’s symbols. Don’t mix up your anger at her idiocy with anger at our nation!

      • Well said, I am very proud to be an Australian. I love my country and think it is the greatest place on earth. What it really means to be an Australian, in my opinion, is to care for others, help where you can and respect everyone. We saw great examples of that during the QLD floods. I’m with you Melissa, these arseholes will not highjack our national symbols and turn them into rallying signs for people who live their lives full of hate.

        • agree, its a shame they (bogan fools who have nothing in their lives but hate for others who are different to them) have tainted the symbol with their bs, There is nothing wrong with being proud of who we are, especially sensible people like yourselves who are not using that pride to dismiss the worth of other humans.

        • “our national symbols”?

          I’m sure the good people of New Zealand, Brazil, Argentina, South Africa and raft of other countries in the Southern Hemisphere would take exception to you claiming the Southern Cross as one of Australia’s national symbols.

        • What’s wrong with the Aboriginal flag? I think that’s a great symbol; arguably more relevant and unique to Australia than the Southern Cross.

      • Brilliantly put. I read an article in the paper a while back by a journo who has the same tattoo from before the bogans appropriated it, and her sentiments were very similar to yours. It got me to thinking that we really need to reclaim the symbol for ourselves – I happen to like the constellation and the symbol on our flag rather a lot!

      • I would say the southern cross tattoo is now racist – sorry to all the non racists that have one, and Im sure there’s plenty. But sadly, its been stolen by the ignorant minority, primarily bogans. Everytime i see one of these tatts, bumper stickers, I immediately think, your a dickhead. Getting it tattoed on your body means you have a bit on misplaced nationaI pride. I quite like australia as well, but I dont need a flag on my body to prove it.

        • With respect, but if you see someone with a southern cross tattoo and immediately think they are a racist dickhead, then you are no better than the racists who jump to conclusions about people based on inaccurate stereotypes.

          The Southern Cross, and another symbol, the Eureka Flag are both symbols that have been used by anti racist groups and people, but they are both still used widely by proud non-racist Australians. It’s far too early to relinquish our shared ownership of these symbols. I agree 100%. It’s time to take these symbols BACK.

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  5. I emailed IBM with the info and a screenshot. I hope she gets fired. She can have whatever bullshit opinions she wants, but anyone stupid enough to put them in the public sphere while at the same time showing where they work, deserves to get fired.

    • Holding people and institutions up for public ridicule is fine in my books, and should be encouraged.
      Actively trying to get them fired is not something that I would do. At least not without having a lot more information about the person and their circumstances.

      There will possibly be a lot more people impacted by her dismissal than just the poster of the comments.

      She may be the sole provider of income for her family. By actively pursuing her dismissal you may have impacted her children’s immediate and possibly long term future and all because she does not have the same ideals or opinions as yourself.

      I don’t need or want people to justyfy their reasons for going down the path of getting people sacked.

      This is more to get people to possibly think a little before they act.

      • So do those idiots bother to think about the people they vilify before they make their stupid comments?

        Strange as it might seem to you TAB isn’t too concerned about the fate of the perpetrators but only with the victims of their hate speech.

        If TAB’s readers are affronted enough to write to the employers of these morons then so be it. These morons are lucky they are not up before a judge, because racism and bigotry are illegal – that has not changed. If an aggrieved party wants to take these idiots to AHRC or to court, we are right behind him/her.

        • • So do those idiots bother to think about the people they vilify before they make their stupid comments?

          It would appear not.

          • Strange as it might seem to you TAB isn’t too concerned about the fate of the perpetrators but only with the victims of their hate speech.

          Doesn’t seem strange at all.

          • If TAB’s readers are affronted enough to write to the employers of these morons then so be it.

          Indeed. I wasn’t trying to stop them. Just stating my opinion

          • These morons are lucky they are not up before a judge, because racism and bigotry are illegal – that has not changed. If an aggrieved party wants to take these idiots to AHRC or to court, we are right behind him/her.

          I haven’t bothered to look any further than the above screen shots but there does not appear to be anything in those screen shots that would be of any use in court.

      • Actively trying to get them fired isn’t what we’re doing. Anyone who contacts a company to tell them that one of their employees is out there making a complete dick of themselves while representing that company is a service to that company – and then it is in the hands of the company whether the person is fired or not.

        It’s like 1800-howzmydriving. If some truck driver from FOX tried to run me off the road, I’d be calling FOX. Then the people at FOX would have to make a decision. Educate or council the driver? Or fuck them off?

        As for the point about there being a lot of people affected by the dismissal, that’s irrelevant. Why?

        1. A person sacked for an offense such as bringing the company’s name into disrepute can still get a job somewhere else;
        2. A person’s behaviour in public while representing a company is their responsibility. The Sydney Roosters charged Willie Mason $10,000 for urinating on a shopfront in public. Did you ring up the newspaper that reported the story, or the police that busted him to have a whinge about how Mason’s family would be somehow affected?
        3. There are financial assistance plans in place to support adults who have lost their jobs. There are also support mechanisms in place for children whose parents can’t provide for them;
        4. People who complain about a person’s behaviour aren’t necessarily third parties – you can make a complaint about a person you work with for making racist remarks in the office, which will ultimately swing the decision right back to the employer.
        5. While you spend your time thinking about how a person acting like a fuck-knuckle suffers, why don’t you spare a thought for companies who have employees out in public bringing their name into disrepute? I know that if I ever see a store with a ‘Fuck Off We’re Full’ sticker on the front window – I’m NOT going in there.

        Don’t think for a second that such consequences aren’t thought of when one of us makes a post, Jeff. I mean Paul.

        •  While you spend your time thinking about how a person acting like a fuck-knuckle suffers, why don’t you spare a thought for companies who have employees out in public bringing their name into disrepute?

          I truly don’t give a rats arse if she is suffering or not. I merely said that I would not take the course of action taken by some on here for the reasons I mentioned.

           I know that if I ever see a store with a ‘Fuck Off We’re Full’ sticker on the front window – I’m NOT going in there.

          I don’t like queue’s either.

        • I’m sure you’re well aware of the implications of your posts, Paul. You know that when you say ‘I wouldn’t do that’, it really means (in the context of someone else doing it) that you are criticising that person’s actions.

          So when you say that you wouldn’t pursue a person’s employer, you’re really criticising our members for doing so, and us for providing the screenshots and the contact details. You are fishing for a response, every time you post, and then getting all choked up when you get one.

          If you want to discuss the reasons for contacting a person’s employer (see points 1 through 5) then do so. Otherwise you’re just trolling, as per usual.

        •  I’m sure you’re well aware of the implications of your posts, Paul. You know that when you say ‘I wouldn’t do that’, it really means (in the context of someone else doing it) that you are criticising that person’s actions.

          Quite correct. I don’t believe it is the right thing to do.

          So when you say that you wouldn’t pursue a person’s employer, you’re really criticising our members for doing so, and us for providing the screenshots and the contact details. You are fishing for a response, every time you post, and then getting all choked up when you get one.

          Yes and No.

          Yes I am criticising them for doing it. No I am not criticising you for posting the screen shots.

          Ridicule them all you like. Send them a link to let them know they are being ridiculed.

          If you want to discuss the reasons for contacting a person’s employer (see points 1 through 5) then do so. Otherwise you’re just trolling, as per usual
          .
          I don’t really have anything to add to your points they all seem to hold some validity.
          My original post was and still is my personal opinion.

          If that gets up peoples noses, so be it.

          Trolling? Not me.

  6. Does anyone else find the slagging of people from Geelong in the comments here a bit unfortunate/inappropriate? Just asking…

    • Yes-I do! I’m from Geelong, as is my family, my school, many of my friends, my Church and my football team. I work with asylum seekers, and have worked with multicultural causes for many years, as have my friends and family-none of whom are racist.

      Geelong is a big place! There are racists like this one (Who would have been, and I suspect has been, expelled from Kardinia for these sort of views-a school with a strong focus on educating students in foreign languages and experiencing different cultures does not like hearing about keeping Australia white), but by and large we are a welcoming place! Look at the protests against the Iraq war, our council’s support for asylum seekers, etc-you’re tarring a very large town due to the comments of one idiot!

    • Will stick to bagging my mates for supporting the football team that lost last night to the powerhouse that is Essendon F.C!!

  7. Another Geelong person here. I agree that we should try not to bash people based on where they grew up…racism isn’t ok no matter who you are or where you come from and I think it’s a bit shit when people who are so against stereotyping and generalisations sink to the same level.

    I went to one of the schools listed. I also grew up in a low income household. So did most of my friends who are also fiercly anti-racism. It just goes to emphasize how racism and discrimination is a choice, no matter where you grew up or were educated.

    Gregory, let us know if you hear any more from the employer!

  8. Lol, I built that IBI website… the owner of the business is from Singapore, pretty sure he won’t appreciate the racism

  9. What a paradox. Anti-racial anti-bogun people bagging people because of where they were born or where they come from (Geelong)…. don’t you see your own bigotry?

    Perhaps before you start a HATE campaign against boguns you could do some research… What is this person’s background? Is this a 17 y.o. work experience person looking to join mainstream society out of an historically welfare based family and maybe their employer is giving them a chance where no-one else will? A chance to cross ther tracks so to speak.

    Don’t agree with me? I don’t know the facts but before I start accusing someone of a crime I investigate all the circumstances (must be my legal training). Remember the kid that was videoed pushing another to the ground accused of being a bully only to find out he was the victim of bullying? Once the facts were established the public mood swung 180 degrees. Let’s find out who the company are and what the circumstances of this person are before you shoot your mouth off.

    And start respecting people of all races, economic circumstances, geographic regions and religious views before casting stones at others.

    • Get your point/s, BUT:

      1. Comments aren’t doctored before being posted here. These people are saying these things. There’s no debating it.
      2. An employer has the right to act on behavior they know an employee is guilty of. If a company is aware that an employee is a bit of a train wreck but are still extending a chance to them then a person won’t be fired for their publicly discriminatory comments.
      3. A person fired for their online comments may or may not already have existing warnings for other workplace misbehavior. This was a factor in the sacking of Jason Dowling.
      4. This blog does not play judge or jury and reserves no opinion of whether a person should retain their job after publicly breaching Australian racial discrimination legislation. We just provide an illustrative journey for those interested in whether or not racism exists.
      5. When we have published the names of racists’ workplaces, it is only when the racist themselves have published the details first.

      • Which section of the act was breached? I’d like to look at it. Maybe that is what you should be sending to the employers as most businesses don’t understand that or many other aspects of corporate legislation. ASIC can’t even get Directors of public companies to understand the Corps Act in relation to financial disclosure let alone the thousands of other peices of legislation. We have 5 experts on company law in our practice each of whom is learning daily. It would help the employers build a case for dismissal or corrective action, particularly if you have precedents.

        Education is an on-going activity for each person and business including you and me. Blame and shame only if there is no action is taken by recidivist employers.

        Or is this group looking for a good old fashion lynching.. .. before the trial?

        • Pedantic much? If it’s not a breach of anti discrimination legislation there’s a very high possibility that the person has breached the company’s specific anti-discrimination/social networking/public responsibility policy.

  10. every body has a right to thier own opinion on anything and everything but some ppl need to grow up and not care or worry about what others do or say australia has become a country of prudes..you even mention another natinoality and your marked as a raciest and its fucked ppl feel the need to report other ppl to their employer cause of something they may have said on line

  11. bout damn time some people grew some balls and got rid of these immigrants, its the only way there will ever be peace, nig nogs go back to africa, indians back to india, chinks back to china, the sooner people wake up and realize multiculturalism has failed we will be better off, the prime misnisters of france and England have finally realized it, and its almost too late, their countries are shit holes, and some of you fucking aussies are stupid and blind to not see this, time for immigration laws, just ask the abbos

    • Hi morgan. Would you like to tell us in specific detail how multiculturalism has failed in Australia?

      Please in your response include references to how multiculturalism has improved our standing in our region, created great new businesses, and how we’ve been multicultural since the first fleet.

      I look forward to your well thought out response!

  12. Bloody hell seems like alot of people have nothing better to do then sit here and complain taking a matter way out of hand you are all promoting the hate you describe here in your comments. One last thing isn’t being Aussie great because we are able to say the things we want everyones intitled to there own opinion with out being flamed like this

    • Staying silent in the face of racism equals condoning it.

      The notion of racism as a mere “opinion” lost any credence in the face of a long list of atrocities, including events in this country.

    • Yes it is great we live in Australia. We live in a country where we can say anything we want.

      Including in that right is the right to complain about the comments of others.

      Or are you really telling us you believe that free speech does not include criticism of other comments?

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