Guns, Nazi flags, hating on Muslims and Indians, believing in white supremacy, wanting another Cronulla Riots, celebrating the gassing of Jewish people, wanting Hitler’s vision taught in Australian schools and encouraging people to get out and stomp/shoot non-whites?
(Inside the mind of a refugee, fleeing a country deep in turmoil for fear of being murdered, tortured or persecuted):
“Hmm.. I really want to take over Australia. I wonder how I’ll do it… A ha! I know! I’ll get on a leaky boat with none of my possessions, and hope that it doesn’t sink on its three week journey to Australia. Then, when I get there, I’ll get thrown into a detention centre for a few years. After I finally get out, I’ll have to build my life from the ground up – with minimal education and no work experience in Australia. Once I’ve got enough money and resources together, (provided I’m still young and enthusiastic, and wanting to take over the country), I’ll walk up to Parliament and demand that they give me the top job. Ah yes… A failsafe plan. Those Aussies won’t know what hit them! Ha!”
Despite mass media often denying that there are KKK and neo-Nazi remnants in Australia, we constantly find very public evidence of it.
And it seems that the kind of people shown above generally don’t like Kevin Rudd because of his immigration policies. John Howard accepted more immigrants per year into Australia than ‘Krudd’, but this fun fact is widely ignored.
Funny how these people find that accepting immigrants into our society is more detrimental than violently abusing, threatening and killing people based on their country of origin.
Below are just a handful of some of the members of the (above) group):
Isn’t it interesting to listen to people defend their right to tell racist jokes? If someone gets offended, they obviously can’t take a joke. Right?
The person telling the joke might not get it, but if it offends just one person, well it’s already crossed the line.
Sure… In a perfect society, everybody would have high self esteem and not have to deal with any social issues regarding vilification or discrimination. And they might have more of a capacity to laugh at a joke that’s made at their expense. But we don’t. And the sad fact is that if it wasn’t for the types of people telling these jokes constantly excusing vilification on the grounds of race, gender and sexuality, we might have a more tolerant society where people who oppose the dominant culture actually feel comfortable in joining it.
On a side note, it would be interesting to ask a guy who only shows his eyes what he thinks of the burqa…