Refugee Week: The Highs and the Lowly Lows

Refugees

Tens of thousands of Aussies marched through major cities around the country yesterday (23/6/12) in support of ending mandatory detention and welcoming those who’ve sought refuge in Australia.

From ‘Welcome To Australia‘s website:

At 1pm on June 23, the Saturday of Refugee Week, we’re inviting everyone who is a part of the Australian community to ‘Walk Together’ in recognition that although we’ve all arrived here via different pathways we share a common Australian journey. 

We’re Aboriginal Australians, we’re refugees, we’re skilled migrants, we’re long-term Australians, we’re international students, we’re asylum seekers… we’re people. It’s time to Walk Together into a future where diversity is celebrated, fear is replaced with welcome and where everyone belongs.
Workplaces, schools, community groups and even pockets of politicians held services, events and parties in recognition of World Refugee Week. Here are some of the photos:
But it wasn’t a week completely full of positives, no. The ‘party’ of perpetual political pants-downs, ‘The Australian Protectionist Party‘ had organised a counter-rally that would somehow negate the positive actions of the tens of thousands of Australians who believed in treating asylum seekers and refugees like real people. They called it the ‘Torpedo the Boats Rally‘.
You will note that this event was shaping up to be the most successful Australian Protectionist Party in the history of the ‘organisation’. To date, the hicks have only ever been able to conjure up around 8-10 supporters at each racist eyesore rally. They once got around 20 people, but that was because they called on the Southern Cross Soldiers and the Australian Defence League (two other similarly dysfunctional and unpopular groups of intellectually mild boys in men’s bodies) to boost their numbers. But perhaps Hodges always knew that the event would eventually turn out poorly, given the group’s history of failing miserably at attracting any form of support from any given demographic, and he put his hand up to declare that it would be his final ‘rally’.

Hodges actually showed a glimpse of intelligence as he declared “…defined madness as repeating the same actions and expecting a different result…”. However, he then went ahead and practically removed himself entirely from the APP and left Brievik appreciator and child-murder supporter Matt ‘Mutation’ in charge, much to Matt’s confusion.

The Facebook event page for the torpedo-solution inbreds was red-hot with fake profiles from both sides of the debate, many deciding that the best course of action in dealing with Australia’s migration issues would be to post private details about each other and call people pedophiles and rapists etc. But while the social networking site was getting a server-crashing workout, the rally itself was failing to gain any kind of foothold, as the APP failed time and time again to secure a protest permit from NSW police.

Hodges and Folkes were talking up the idea that the only reason police were refusing to let them publicly humiliate themselves was because ‘leftists’ were always violent at these kind of gatherings. Meanwhile, at the Facebook event page, there were calm rational comments being made from APP supporters.

And while Hodges was keen to paint his opposition as the kind who refused to answer questions and silence debate, he teamed up with bum-chum Nicholas Folkes and consistently went on a comment-deleting rampage, proving that the best way to win an argument was to make it appear as though the opposition didn’t want to talk.

Without wanting to speak for the APP, I can’t imagine they could feel any kind of pride for the kind of lowlife bottom-feeders they were attracting to their page. Sharlene Ashton even turned up to threaten people (including pregnant mothers) with lighting their houses on fire and setting her ‘roids-raged husband onto them.

The debate was reaching an intellectual low-point wherever you looked – Rosina Mason-Parker was unfortunately one of the more intelligent APP supporters commenting.

Mid-way through the lead-up to the APP’s rally, another asylum seeker boat crashed, killing many people including women and children. Did you expect compassion from the scum? I certainly hope not. Here’s stand-up comedian and pants-wetter Trilby Steinberger‘s take on it:

Bigotry and hatred coupled with inappropriate apostrophes. It set off celebratory parties within the Protectionist Party’s corner however.

Even Folkesy weighed into the conversation, intimating that God had stepped in to kill the asylum seekers, and suggesting that in the future he would also sort out the ‘Marxist scum’.

Of course, the Bible-basher couldn’t avoid pushing his thoughts on slavery.

Anyways, I bet you’re itching to actually find out how the APP rally went. I hear you say, “I’m finally interested. This well respected, well received political party is now attracting numbers of over 130 at their planned rallies.” Well here are a few pics for you. Sorry to say, Nicholas Folkes and Darrin Hodges only managed to attract FOUR supporters and the pathetic non-event racist Italian Sergio Redegalli (the guy who dresses up and hides in women’s bathrooms).

Here’s Sergio with a nearly-dead, lonely fogey APP supporter filming the five other lousy APP dead-shits standing alone in a park next to Central Station in Sydney, waving an Australian flag and holding up signs saying ‘Join the Aussie Resistance’.

And here are Folkes and Hodges, flanked by random nobody and Old Guy. They took great delight in telling their opposition (Wallabies jumper and blue cap) that they were feral, unwashed S-bend scum, yet both Folkes and Hodges had turned up to their fap-rally after bathing in each others’ sweat, regrettably failing to shave their filthy unkempt attempts at facial hair and wearing the unwashed shirts they wear to all of their fail-events.

Here’s a photo of all six proud Australians who support the torpedoing of boats lined with women and children. You will note the blimpy woman on the right wearing a scarf and sunglasses – we have photos of her at previous events, including ‘ban-the-burqa’ rallies outside Redegalli’s house in Newtown. The irony hurts.

With another failed event chalked up; a miserable sayonara for fomer sex-shop assistant Hodges, they parted ways and headed for the pub. We look forward to the write-up on their website, describing the hundreds of attendees. It’s important to find humour in all situations.

And finally, a quick wrap from one of our other administrators:

“Went to the Welcome to Australia rally yesterday. It was really positive. They had performances and speakers.  I’d say 99.9% of attendees had absolutely no idea the APP were down the other end of the park… you could barely see them, and couldn’t read their signs or anything, plus they were standing between/behind some big trees.  There were about 3 police standing behind the pro-refugee group, mostly just chatting and one helped a little girl put some rubbish in the bin because she was too small.

At the other end of the park was the APP group.  There were 6 or 7 of them standing as part of their ‘rally’, and Sergio Redegalli was away from them with a video camera on a tripod.  They were faced (a distance away, probably set by police) by about a dozen Antifa who held banners saying ‘Torpedo the First Fleet’ and ‘No Borders’, in response to the APP calling their rally ‘Torpedo the Boats’.  The Antifa chanted to the APP that they were racist scum, to stop deportation, and that Australia was and is Aboriginal land.

Nicky Folkes responded by calling out to say they were “S-bend socialists”, “feral stench”, “bog stench”, etc. He ranted about them supporting murder and being racist. The force is obviously not strong with this one. Darrin Hodges mostly stood beside him, sniggering and looking adoringly at him.  Occasionally he repeated something Nicky had said, or chanted something himself, quietly at first while looking at Nicky for approval and then got louder if Nicky laughed, or stopped awkwardly if Nicky didn’t respond.

At one point, Nick called out “How are you going to torpedo the First Fleet? Are you going to go back in time?” and Darrin looked like he was so in love he was almost salivating. Darrin did some Beavis and Butthead style guffaws. Nicky spent a lot of time waving a big Australian flag around, not seeming to quite understand that it didn’t make a statement to anyone, because aside from the odd tourist or international student passing, everyone in that park was pretty much Australian.

There was one woman with them who had a beanie, scarf, sunglasses, long sleeved jumper and long skirt. Any time her scarf started to slip down from covering her face, she pulled it back up.  She tried to turn away from photos a lot. I guess she didn’t realise that the people she was standing with opposed burqas in public. I was scared that she may have been hiding a bomb. That’s what people who cover themselves are doing it for, right?

There was another guy in a cap and glasses who got really worked up if anyone went over to question him or talk to him.  He yelled at one girl and she walked away, I’m not sure what about though.

They attracted a few jeers from random people passing through the park.  There were about 10-15 police babysitting them.

Sergio was filming the Antifa for the most part, although if he was recording with sound, a lot of the video would have included him chatting shite to people.  Old Guy was at the rally and he went over to talk to Sergio for a while, and then there was a group chatting to him and one young woman was talking to him for a while.  I wasn’t close enough to hear but the few times I walked close enough behind him I heard him giving the spiel about how someone he knew was attacked by a Muslim or something, in his normal “I’m an intellectual and I don’t hate Muslims except when I do” type fashion. He ended up being interrupted by Nicky calling out to him to say to come over and take a group shot of their rally before they left to go and get a beer.  Sergio went over and introduced the girl to the fuckwits and then the 5 of them in t-shirts posed for the photo… the guy in the cap and glasses didn’t get in the pic, and neither did the woman with the full face covering, who stood beside Sergio, despite him being against that sort of thing.

They then toddled off towards Surry Hills.”

Another Racist, Homophobic, Womanising APP Lunatic? Enter Greg Deane

Meet Greg Deane, aka Grygor Dienski, aka Grag Dane. Almost effecting an oxymoron, he claims he is a member of both Mensa, and the Australian Protectionist Party:

Self proclaimed academic, he must surely go against the grain of the unwritten APP party platform, which is to hate University students and graduates based on their ‘lack of real world understanding and experience’.

He sure has a way with words, particularly when discussing Obama, Gillard and homosexuals. He also has a real charm when talking with females in general:

But don’t get him started on terrorism or the role Australia plays in accepting asylum seekers and refugees…

Yes, the torpedo theme runs deep in the embattled Australian Protectionist Party – a ‘party’ that can’t seem to agree with itself when it comes to publicly calling for the murder of those fleeing persecution

Greg Deane also believes that white genocide is happening in Australia, and that the federal government endorses drug addiction, pedophilia, rape and theft.

Huh?? What’s this crackpot ‘Rising Sun’ on about?

He shows nothing but kindness towards young girls. In fact, he’s got lots of them as friends, so it just goes to show that ‘Rising Sun’ is just talking crap. Sorry – please ignore that distraction from what this post is about.

He has many neo-Nazi, white nationalist friends and he lambasts multiculturalism and harmony while praising the White Australia Policy!

Oh well, he seems to know what he’s doing. In a magisterial kinda way.

Or not.

More From the Protectionist Pathetics

Peter Hinds describes Australia’s skills shortage as a myth, while Darrin Hodges explains that any migration to Australia should be for non-blacks only, based on… um…

Jack Stone tries to comment on a specific event by intimating that Aboriginals in general are over-compensated, criminal scum, while Nicholas Folkes talks about his poo stains while simultaneously eluding to the fact that white people are the ‘normal’ people.

Nicholas Folkes focuses on a singular ethnic group while talking about over-population in a country that ‘struggles’ with 2.66 people per every square kilometre. Krystal Lee throws in an irrelevant comment about another country’s immigration needs while Paul Hayman strokes her ego.

No wonder this ‘political party’ can’t find a foothold in parliament. Their smartest are thicker than our society’s thickest.

What Does Banning the Burqa Have to do with Neo-Nazis and Racists…?

An interesting question. You might find the answer to that question somewhere on our website. Or perhaps in this video:

Sympathy for the Devil

Why all the hating on Breivik? He only shot Socialists after all

– fake Facebook APP profile “Matt Mutation”

You really have to feel sorry for some of the bogots who become enmeshed with the APP. All that strident patriotism, hunts for scapegoats and hairy-chested Strayan pride has a certain appeal to a certain small group of aimless and disaffected individuals for a time. Then they wake up and realise what they have really got themselves into.

Take Tommy Connors, formerly known as Tommy Cor. He was actually horrified as we all were at the deaths of eight people in the Oslo bombing and the subsequent murders of 69 young people attending a Norwegian Labour Party youth wing camp at the hands of ultra-nationalist Anders Breivik.

Tommy recently shared his feelings with the desperates who frequent dying Facebook group ADL2009.

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You can see Tommy still has vestiges of normal human empathy. Not so resident Pathetic Party goons loyal followers, pom-pom girls Niqi Folkes and Marg “Horse Whisperer” Lennon who perform the Facebook equivalent of a rousing cheer for Mutation’s burblings.

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Now the Cheap Leader, irritated by the sudden appearance of (gasp) dissent wades in with some observations redolent with perverted sexual imagery – but after all this is the Pathetic Party.

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Then as another dissenter suddenly pipes up, Hodges falls about like a springless jack-in-the-box, churning out one straw man argument after another.

This is quickly followed by Australia’s worst never Prime Minister and burqa queen Niqi Folkes with a bit of home-grown political science, Pathetic style.

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Then Brian Hendrickson puts in a plea for isolated socially malajusted Norwegian males.

Well Brian there is sometimes a reason why certain males are maladjusted and socially isolated. It is often because they are narcissistic obsessed xenophobic sociopaths totally lacking in empathy.

Speaking of which, let’s return to the rest of the Pathetics.

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But despite the dissenters, the Breivik fan club ploughs onwards

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Note the last comment from Folkes himself. A prospect no doubt relished by him.

Just to refresh your memory we journey back to a previous TAB post on the same topic where Hodges lays down the law to anyone who might be wavering from the True Path. In this case it was Melanie Jackson.

Hodges loves Breivik

And unable to confine his fervour to Facebook, Hodges now directs his followers to one of his own collection of extremist websites, complete with a spurious headline linking the Norwegian Labour Party youth group to HAMAS, the “evidence” for this being that some members of the youth group were carrying pro-Palestinian banners.

Utoya

Let’s recall what Tommy says earlier on

“Is this the policy of the Protectionist party; kill those who do not agree with you?”

Seems that way. And just so even the Breivik fan-boys in the Pathetics get what it’s all about

Understanding terrorism

Elsewhere

Norwegian Outrage: More than 90 dead, dozens injured.

Anders Breivik Kills 92, Injures Several More: “Who Could Blame Him?” Asks Lisa Ebeling

A History of Violence: The APP and Anders Breivik

The Long Long Road to Utoya

Matt’s Mutated Mind…

* Condones the actions of Anders Breivik;

* Believes in religious identification…;

* Homophobic/sexist/racist in one breath;

* Despite Muslims not having blown up any buildings in Australia – ever – this is his ‘harmless opinion’;

* Believes killing children is ‘justified’, ‘required’, ‘effective’ and ‘desirable;

* Thinks all Muslims are Lebanese, run kebab shops and meth labs, and that the only way to ‘deal with them’ is to use violence;

* Thinks that the only people killed by tsunamis are Muslims and that there needs to be several more;

* Believes that the Muslim population needs to be culled using an industrial wood chipper;

* Agrees with stupid ‘eye for an eye’ tactics and incites burning Muslims to death;

* Found the recent flood disaster joke-worthy and an opportunity to express a desire to drown Muslims.

And guess who has been liking all of his posts and comments?

Darrin Hodges, of the Australian Protectionist Party and owner of the APP Facebook page where the majority of Matt’s comments were taken from.

Anzac Day under threat – from tabloids, shock jocks – and the APP

Remember last year around this time  this Facebook status, cut and pasted from some e mail, was making the rounds? Well here it is again courtesy of the Pathetics.

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Ayatollah Dazza then weighs ponderously in to reinforce the rumour, accompanied by ejaculations from his followers.

Darrin Hodges

These fairy tales re-appeared at the same time a report was released regarding the commemoration of the centenary of the Gallipoli landings. And blogger Troy Johnston sets out the real story here

People, people, people … it’s a complete load of BOLLOCKS!

The tabloid media wants you to get your knickers in a twist, because they have decided that, yes indeed, it’s immigrants that are tearing our great nation apart. And these same immigrants are setting there targets on Anzac Day. Those pesky damn immigrants.

What this actually boils down to is that a government commissioned report on the 100 year anniversary of Anzac Day in 2015 – that cost the Australian Taxpayers $370,000 – and it contained the follow statement:

“While the 100th anniversaries are thought to provide some opportunity for creating a greater sense of unity, it is also recognised as a potential area of divisiveness.”

Potential. Not definitely will.

Of course, this statement is absolute nonsense. It is a politically correctly worded statement by bureaucrats for bureaucrats. And anyone with an ounce of commonsense will understand that there is a distinct difference between the real world and bureaucratic paper folding.

And to their credit Ten Network’s The Project sorted the facts from the myths

Anzac Rage

Nothing like a stupid Internet rumour to get the bogots bobbing up and down.

Elsewhere

Heathen Scripture demolishes some more myths

And Heathen Scripture’s classic Anzac Day post from last year

ANZAC Day not for faggots and towelheads

Australian Nazi Collective

Just the tip of the iceberg ladies and gentlemen…

Darrin Hodges Digs the Hole Deeper

Dear Darrin,

A few questions:

1. Do you really want to kill all Muslims? Or is this a ‘joke’?

2. If you managed to place a ban on Muslim migration, how would you stop Muslims from lying about their religion?

3. Do you have any respect for the secularity of our nation?

4. Can you point out how many acts of terrorism Muslims have committed in our country? If not, you’re proposing the first – but ON Muslims.

We know you read our blog, so your response is eagerly anticipated.

The puzzling paradox that is Gavin King

So who is Gavin King and what has he done?

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Plus there’s this article from the SMH in which it was noted that

Mr King was preselected for the seat after previous candidate Paul Freebody was disendorsed over an email exchange is which he said he hopes Julia Gillard “follows the history of JFK”.

Wonderful!

And there’s still more. Back in October 2011 for instance

Drunk girls to blame for rape: LNP hopeful

and this

Gavin King: Victim blamer and woman shamer

Extensive research has shown that women consistently claim that one of the reasons they don’t report sexual assault is out of fear of being blamed or judged. King therefore needs to accept responsibility that his benignly titled column, ‘Women should play it safe’, may be part of the problem rather than the solution.

BUT

King is also capable of more shining moments. Back in 2007 for instance he “outed” the person behind anti-Muslim hate site Winds of Jihad, a favourite amongst the beige shirts at the APP Facebook group.

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So we will now watch this contest with some interest, especially since King’s Labor opponent is a woman.

No doubt Queensland women will as well.