A dangerous media, treasonous authorities, and powerful interests

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Why read Exodus when you have kosher Morry’s The Saturday Paper to thumb through over lox bagels?

Where young radicalised Moslem men are concerned, sentiments such as, “they can be de-radicalised” are common. This implies how at their core these are good boys led astray by bad people. They are infected by a doctrine, but a cure exists.

The onus transfers to the host society for failing to ‘properly assimilate’ this ‘youth’, due to systemic bias or neglect. It goes without saying.

No such empathy exists for the kindred of the host nation. There is no sympathy for young Australian men who have been disowned by the globalist model.

In fact, their fate is considered just desserts, based on pretexts of ‘historic injustice’ against the beatified Aborigine who is privileged by victimhood. Radicalised Moslem youth is likewise vindicated by the mercurial logic of multiculturalism in which the parent culture is guilty of everything. The Bogan patriot, consequently, came to their radicalism through poor education and endemic racism.

These kids are redundant as both Australians, and as males, and they should have reconciled with that by now (if you invoke feminist textual analysis).

In fact, their fate is considered just desserts, based on pretexts of ‘historic injustice’ against the beatified Aborigine who is privileged by victimhood. Radicalised Moslem youth is likewise vindicated by the mercurial logic of multiculturalism in which the parent culture is guilty of everything. The Bogan patriot, consequently, came to their radicalism through poor education and endemic racism.

Radicalised Moslems have a strong cultural identity which the state and media champion despite contrary perceptions. The ‘extreme right’ are simply dismissed as recalcitrant white trash. Their Australianness, which in most cases is all they have, is ridiculed as atavistic and invalidated by identity politics. Like all conquered peoples, their cultural identity is the first thing to be denied. Subordinated, those conquered people are consigned to quaintness. However, Australianness is now also symptomatic of ‘radicalisation’; by say, unfurling the national flag, or conforming to a particular stereotype.

Anything preferential, therefore, broadly speaking, favours the ‘migrant’ by a code of political politesse. The Australian “extremist” is the problem, not the Moslem; even though both are fighting for cultural dominance. The Left uses this as a propaganda tactic: claiming that patriotic activity stokes terrorism and emboldens (ta ra) ISIS!

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Uthman Badar says Moslems are being “assimilated” in Aussie schools. We hadn’t noticed. This is last year’s pic, but

Yet, with the ground opened by globalism and the erasure of Australianness, distinct cultural identities out there — who are not denied — want to seize it.

Anything preferential, therefore, broadly speaking, favours the ‘migrant’ by a code of political politesse. The Australian “extremist” is the problem, not the Moslem; even though both are fighting for cultural dominance. The Left uses this as a propaganda tactic: claiming that patriotic activity stokes terrorism and emboldens (ta ra) ISIS!

Andrew Bolt reported that Hizb ut-Tahrir spokesman Uthman Badar addressed an ‘Innocent Until Proven Moslem’ forum, and told hundreds of braying Hajis that “The Australian anthem is based upon a particular view of history, it is a reading of history, and it is a statement which conforms to particular values. Now, if one does not share those values, why would they express it?”

He was talking about kids singing the national anthem in schools. This, he argues, is “forced assimilation”. When it comes to programs like ‘Safe Schools’, with its pervert LGBT bias, he will be on the more solid ground.

The media might even frame Badar as ‘an extremist’ but this is an open secret out in the communities that multiculturalism generates tribalism, with the host tribe formally denied tribal rights so as to balance out the playing field.18vg5b

The attendance at Bankstown outstripped any patriot demonstration in terms of supporting numbers. Yet, The Saturday Paper, which is owned by Morry Schwartz, a Jewish publisher and property developer (bing!), published a misleading, alarmist, and wholly biased piece entitled “How Reclaim Australia hid a terrorist”.

From the get-go, this thing sprays shit mist. The machinations of the ‘movement’ are all muddled up in a slick sort of sophistry, the writer and his socially aware publisher uninterested in critical details.

The media might even frame Badar as ‘an extremist’ but this is an open secret out in the communities that multiculturalism generates tribalism, with the host tribe formally denied tribal rights so as to balance out the playing field.

Reading this propaganda, we learn that ultimately all patriots “dream of Hitler”. We know that ultra-nationalist Nick Folkes does, as he’s rumoured to keep a portrait of the führer (or is it Humphrey Bear?) in his powder room. Otherwise, outside of that strategically re-quoted comment made by Blair Cottrell about giving students Mein Kampf as class reading (assuming you can find a student that can read), there is no Hitler fetish within the patriot movement. In fact, love of the former German leader is enough to get you barred from rallies and kicked off their Facebook pages.

But the key phrase that really stabs off the page is the writer’s subjective moral judgement of “supreme intolerance”, which he uses to characterise a ‘movement’ that he goes on to admit is not organised enough to qualify for the terminology.

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Of course, the article really jumps the shark when it brings whacky Jack Van Tongeren into the narrative. He has about as much to do with the ‘patriot movement’, as Yogi Bear has to do with spelunking. You are reading something published by Morry Schwartz, and you can smell the bagels.

Whereas Moslems have a definite article to guide them in that weirdo book of theirs, no such manifesto exists to radicalise patriots. All they have are Blair Cottrell’s Conan addresses, and Sherm the Germ’s spastic sprays to the camera. It is a wonder that Facebook isn’t blamed for radicalising ‘da youf’, given different arguments.

More to the point, the “dangerous extremists” from the left, who use militant symbols and a stated policy of violent confrontation and that seriously do show “supreme intolerance”, come off like the tattling sister who is daddy’s favourite.images (4)

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