THE RISE AND FALL OF THE PATRIOT MOVEMENT: PART ONE

THE RISE AND FALL OF THE PATRIOT MOVEMENT: PART ONE

In this series, we shall go through each contributing phase of the rise and fall of the patriot movement.

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On the set of the latest season of Housos.

#1 ENTER THE ZIONISTS

The Melton rally in late August signalled the final peg in the casket of a movement that less than two years ago showed every sign of life. Members of the True Blue Crew and Soldiers of Odin started up with each other over an obscure dispute.

Video footage of these self-styled ‘patriot’ posse quarrelling in a carpark, while police watched warily, was like viewing an episode of Housos. It was Patriot VS Patriot. They were squalling over turf vacated by the fabled mums and dads who had ceased attending events due to argy on both sides. The reason didn’t matter, it was the fact they were doing it at all. But then biff was everywhere. The emphasis had shifted from a grassroots collective united in opposition to the growing menace of Islam — to a shambolic street theatre where the importance was to intimidate “leftist” opponents such as Antifa, and now, apparently, each other. In between the pro-Israel set was building empires, and the conservatives were canvassing consent for the Liberal brand.

This combative activism style, where the cause is overlooked in the interests of focusing on a visible enemy, was pushed hard by the UPF’s burly dictator Blair Cottrell. He passionately advocated violence — incredibly after effectively shaming their leftist opponents for pursuing similar tactics.

Reflecting on this fleeting era, it is hard to argue that anything at all was achieved. The mainstream media has new “far right” extremists to roll out for propaganda rituals; Pauline Hanson won four seats in the senate where her closeness to the Libs will hasten her regeneration into a conservative; John Safran scored a book deal for what was, to be fair, some of the best journalism on the phenomenon; and Victorian premier, Danny Andrews, got the excuse he needed to clamp down on public demonstrations. But what did the patriots win? They didn’t even receive a commemorative ‘I went to Coburg and was called a Bogan’ T-shirt. So, what went wrong?

To those who stoked the enmity that mocked the very name “United Patriots Front,” it was mission accomplished. To the heavy-handed players like Blair, whose ambitions exceeded his abilities, it was reaping what he had sown. To the Nationalists who envisaged an eventual unity with those of the UPF who had pursued Nationalists on the sly, and out of sight of their fellow civic patriots, it was a close shave. For the Zionists and bourgeois “consenters” who moved in and occupied the patriot society, it was a continuation of what they have achieved elsewhere in the world. So, it all depends on which is your faction, and its agenda.

In other words, it has all become rather subjective, since only the Nationalists did not desert their principles.

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Blair Cottrell ‘mainstreaming’ with a little help from a true blue Vietnamese ‘Aussie’

Enter the Zios

Reclaim Australia was born out of Facebook and that is where it breathed its last. In fact, it was killed by provocateurs who persist in creating alternative ‘groups’ to this day; long after the horse has bolted.

Shermon Burgess, Neil Erikson, Ralph Cerminara, Nick Folkes, and Mike Holt top the list of a malicious culture that infected the scene.

Firstly, while Burgess demands credit for creating the Reclaim Australia movement, it never happened like that. At one point he was its self-appointed spokesman and it didn’t take long for him to grow high on his own sense of importance.

It would be too difficult, and draining on the reader, to investigate each and every Reclaim Australia rally from which the so-called patriot movement owed its genesis, and extrapolate a basis for its decline, but that downfall can be broadly mapped. Still, this will be a big ask for the reader, and it is understood only the hardiest will stay the course…

By this stage, it was a viral Facebook trend, following the Lindt café siege, attracting likeminded Aussies through pages where they could express their frustrations with which was, and remains, what Nationalists understood all along to be, the consequences of multiculturalism. The effect was electric and it unearthed a deep resentment of social policies that cram us all together and insist that culturally, racially, and ideologically disparate tribes integrate and drink from the one figurative trough.

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Forget Shermon Burgess, Man Monis did more to create the patriot movement than anyone else

It would be too difficult, and draining on the reader, to investigate each and every Reclaim Australia rally from which the so-called patriot movement owed its genesis, and extrapolate a basis for its decline, but that downfall can be broadly mapped. Still, this will be a big ask for the reader, and it is understood only the hardiest will stay the course…

An overriding point must be ceded, no one is innocent. Most involved had their opinion of what constituted the correct stratagem to market this patriotic potential, which generated conflict. From the outset, there was no definable goal, and the more pressed those ‘leaders’ were the more unravelled the message became until it was “we accept Moslems just not Sharia law.”

In effect, these rallies were expos where micro parties like Party for Freedom and interest groups such as the Q Society went to enlist.

So once all that spirit had been harnessed it was painfully evident they hadn’t sufficiently articulated either their grievances or goals. The Reclaim Rallies, where the message should have been most cogent, was where it became haziest. Speakers on one occasion included a mousy woman who fuelled the outrage of the crowd as she recounted her ordeal of being raped by Moslems; Shermon Burgess who uttered anthemic platitudes still in the mind as the front man of a raucous punk band in which he screeched rowdily about sinking the boats; and Danny Nalliah who provided comic relief by being a queer little Sri Lankan who believes he can raise the dead. Pretty much all had the refrain that “our politicians must listen”, which exposed their naiveté. But the act of simply turning up and being present seemed to count more than actual expression, which was left up to the organisers.

In effect, these rallies were expos where micro parties like Party for Freedom and interest groups such as the Q Society went to enlist.

Therefore, at a very early stage, the movement was co-opted and a patriot was defined not by Australianness as per the example of pre-multicultural Australia, but by, of all things, their support for Israel; and no mum or dad had any say in shaping that policy.

With so much civic patriotism abounding, rules of inclusivity quickly evolved, at the direction of those who came to siphon off the raw support base. The civic patriots assumed authority and where hitherto there was no exclusionary conceit the Zionists burrowed inside and decided who was acceptable and who wasn’t. So at the second Sydney RA rally, Nicholas Folkes who then was working with Liberal Party hatchet man Howard Crawford, deviously directed marshals to remove Jim Saleam from the event by informing them he planned to make trouble. At that same rally, Nick’s gimps were snapping pics of anyone associated with him and those images mysteriously were floated to media and one turned up on Slackbastard.

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“Jewish” George Jameson goes paramilitary at Melton. Jameson is close to Howard Crawford and is one of the slimiest operators in the movement.

Therefore, at a very early stage, the movement was co-opted and a patriot was defined not by Australianness as per the example of pre-multicultural Australia, but by, of all things, their support for Israel; and no mum or dad had any say in shaping that policy.

As reported here, support for Israel is written into the core policies of the Australian Liberty Alliance and Danny Nalliah’s Rise Up Australia.

This was inevitable since the Zionists have capitalised on anti-Islam feeling all over the world after generating it. Geert Wilders, the archetype anti-Islam Zionist, is the best example and his talons stretched into this country’s patriot movement. Thereafter, there is Tommy Robinson and the English Defence League. But, the Zionists owned the anti-Islam movement and for good reason: because it functions entirely in their interests.

The civic patriots predated RA. George Jameson famously waved the Israeli flag at the Penrith anti-mosque rallies while his cohorts helped to quietly sink the court action for their own devious ends.

The issue of Islam in Australia is no more or less important than that of Chinese imperialism. In fact, the latter is a greater problem since it is quietly happening while Islam provides a distraction. A sober appraisal of both issues and any thereafter can only arrive at the nationalist conclusion that the key factor in all cases is multiculturalism. Yet, in the name of both mainstreaming, and because they believe in it, the civic patriots became fiercer defenders of multiculturalism than opponents of Islam.

The civic patriots predated RA. George Jameson famously waved the Israeli flag at the Penrith anti-mosque rallies while his cohorts helped to quietly sink the court action for their own devious ends.

Israel, of course, has a vested interest in stoking anti-Islam sentiment in the name of its hegemony in the Middle East along with the USA, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar. Israel needs the support of the west in usurping “dictators” such as Hussein, Gaddafi, and Assad who challenged this unholy order. If our young men are to go and die for Israel, they must be well and truly indoctrinated. Nationalist sentiment had to be eradicated and the bogus “Nazi” had to come into being so that patriotism could become their tool.

In the next instalment, we meet the Sociopaths who helped to wreck the patriot movement.

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A study in bi-polar prospect. This image says it all.