Where old farts Nazis go to lie

You would think Newtown in the inner city of Sydney is not a likely place to find Nazi propaganda or Nazis but recently a fan of ours found this rubbish in her letter box.

We are puzzled about the attraction of the inner city for Fascist fails. After all our inner cities are multicultural, tolerant, friendly, vibrant and interesting. Everything the Fascists are not.

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Now it’s not often that *Dr Jim Saleam, Führer of the Australia First Party, the remnants of the Nazi micro-party surge from previous years, holds a knees-up in his less than palatial poke on top of a shop in Tempe, but it looks like he wants some company.

With his comrades from previous years either dead, ga-ga or helping the police with their inquiries it seems he’s a bit lonesome these days. He even has hopes of a Yoof League – all those old nutzis love the youngsters, especially the ones with the edgy tatts and muscles…

And no one holds a party like Jimmy – all white food and, one presumes, no filthy foreign beverages.

 

whitepeoplefood* He trooly rooly has a Ph.D – he did it in prison.

 

Alan Jones suggests ‘left-wing radical students’ link to Boston bombing

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Megan Levy

Breaking news reporter

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Broadcaster Alan Jones is facing an online backlash after suggesting on national television that “left-wing radical students” were behind the Boston Marathon bombings and that Australia should reconsider its intake of foreign university students in response.

Really, you just said that Alan Jones? I have no words…

In a segment on Channel Seven’s Sunrise on Wednesday morning, the controversial 2GB host said Boston was a student city home to prestigious institutions such as Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and suggested that students could be the culprits.

Controversial comments: Alan Jones appears on Sunrise on Wednesday morning.

That is despite US authorities saying they do not have any suspects in the case and they do not know who is responsible for the blasts. No organisation has claimed responsibility for the attack that killed three people and injured more than 175.

“I wouldn’t be surprised if this was a conspiracy amongst students, left-wing radical students in Boston, and I think we have to think also very seriously here about our own student numbers,” Jones said on Sunrise.

“We’re very keen to have foreign students pay the way of universities in this country without a lot of discernment about who comes in. But I think the fact that we’ve been spared this kind of thing, touch wood, for so long highlights, as I said, the relentless work done by ASIO and all our police organisations.”

Alan Jones: “We’re very keen to have foreign students pay the way of universities in this country without a lot of discernment about who comes in.” Photo: Jim Rice

Former NSW treasurer Michael Costa, who was also on the segment, immediately responded that people shouldn’t “jump to conclusions yet about what’s behind all of this. Let the American authorities deal with it”.

“You know, America has got a history of domestic terrorism unrelated to the sort of broader jihadists’ terrorist movement and we don’t want to jump to conclusions,” Mr Costa said.

“But for Australia the lesson is clear. Complacency can’t be tolerated. We’ve got to support our authorities and we’ve got to ensure we’re vigilant.”

Jones responded that there were “a lot of things here that we can’t be told”.

“I think governments here have been very good in dealing with all of this and I think they will continue to be very good,” he said.

“This was a very sophisticated attack, this wasn’t the work of amateurs and there were several bombs designed to do damage in big numbers and I’m sure Australian authorities are alerted to all that.”

The online response to Jones’ comments was swift and damning:

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The third person to die in the blasts was identified on Wednesday morning, Australian time, as a foreign student attending Boston University.

The Chinese Consulate in New York said the student was from China, but officials were not authorised to release the male victim’s name.

Boston University said on its website that the the victim, a graduate, was among a trio of students who had gone to watch the race at the finish line.

The controversy surrounding Alan Jones is the latest to dog the radio personality, who was lambasted last year for claiming that Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s late father had “died of shame” over her “lies” during a speech at a Liberal Party function. He later apologised for the comment, but not before 60 companies pulled their ads on 2GB.

The Australian Federation of International Students said Jones’ outrageous claims harmed the relationship between international students and the Australian community.

“For Alan Jones to paint such an inaccurate and presumptuous picture of international students in the mainstream media does the Australian international student body a huge disservice,” the organisation said in a statement.

“Putting forth these unsubstantiated claims will only do harm to the relationship between the international student body and Australians. We wholly reject the manner in which Alan Jones has portrayed international students in Australia.”

The federation said international students underwent a rigorous health and security check before they were issued with a visa for entry into Australia.

“‘The Department of Immigration and Citizenship conducts its own security screenings which we accept to be suitably appropriate,” the federation said.

“International students contribute immensely to Australian society in many ways – by volunteering their time in non-profit organisations, contributing to diversity in a university environment and sharing their cultures with Australia.”

“I think governments here have been very good in dealing with all of this and I think they will continue to be very good,” he said.

“This was a very sophisticated attack, this wasn’t the work of amateurs and there were several bombs designed to do damage in big numbers and I’m sure Australian authorities are alerted to all that.”

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The Chocolate Soldier Melts

Whenever the wind is in the wrong direction and a warm surge of outraged testosterone gathers in the bogot groin, the bogot forms a patriotic group.

The outrage doesn’t have to have a reason behind it that any normal person can understand because it’s all about feelings.

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This comment was made in response to someone who had asked for…gasp…evidence and just about sums up the whole thought process behind hate politics.

Can’t get a job? Blame Muslims/overseas students/asylum seekers. Pressures of modern life?  Blame asylum seekers/overseas students/Muslims. Kids slacking off at school? Family problems? Blame all three.

Don’t forget to add a liberal dash of homophobia, gynophobia and harebrained foil-hattedness as well.

We have seen a number of these groups rush onto Facebook, erupt like a mass outbreak of pustules then subside into festering cystic hate.

Find a suitably hairy-chested title, elevate some loser or a group of losers to be the official faces, precede your action with a flurry of obscenity-ridden posts designed to inflame your followers and to establish your credentials as a hard man then set a date for your “action”.

Occasionally these Facebook hate-festers spill into the real world. A small bunch of whiners will scrape together an ill-thought-out demonstration. They will then strenuously manage to control their mutual distrust and hatred for a couple of hours to loudly proclaim their message to a usually bemused public. In the process of course, they manage to publicly vilify religious and ethnic minorities while desperately and unsuccessfully  trying to convey an impression of mainstream positive activism and consensus.

One such recent group is the self-styled “ Australian Patriotic Defence Movement” (APDM).  One of its stalwarts is Darren Bailey-Morris, self-styled “SAS veteran”.

Obviously if our goblin friend is ex-SAS he would be familiar with a range of lethal weaponry which could be deployed against a dangerous enemy, not to mention techniques of unarmed combat. Furthermore, the SAS has a very stringent checklist of personal qualities which it demands of its soldiers, including the ability to be effective communicators. Applicants are also subjected to psychological evaluation.

So it is revealing indeed to see how our hero dealt with a clear and present danger to his own person.

It turns out that at a recent demonstration in Brisbane, Goblin was apparently getting close and intimate with someone he calls a “fag”. Well Darren, you know it’s not illegal to be attracted to the same sex. We are not going to condemn you for that.

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Goblin has even managed to rouse alcohol fan John Winter from his self-induced haze, while Sandra Rogic is as usual getting very excited about very little.

However the hot coffee over the balcony was not really very manly was it now? Not what a real soldier would do.  Especially not someone who says he was in the SAS. Especially not when you could end up in court on a charge of common assault after mentioning it twice on a page with a potential audience of 4 billion people.

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We thought you might like to see more of the Goblin Warrior’s soldierly qualities on show. Enjoy.