UNA has received a mention in the latest analysis piece in the pinko University of Sydney student newspaper Honi Soit.
Liam Donohoe has pulled on his Care Bears’ themed oven mitts and pummeled out a piece that is balanced all the way to the left of his inculcated worldview; not that any surprise should be experienced by the reader at that revelation. This is Sydney University after all; the esteemed institution of higher learning that’s student union president is insisting its debating team become 50% female, or transgender, or any mutant derivative that doesn’t identify as ‘cisgender male’. Plus, one of his other recent write-ups was a dray spray at Australia Day in the inevitable anti-Australian vein of his democratic-liberal-pluralist-globalist-virtue-signalling-revisionist ilk. He and his genderless rabble wouldn’t know a real Aboriginal fella if he blew chunks into their avocado smash.
In ‘The doxxing ring’, Donohoe makes half of a fair, if not obvious, point. Both the ‘left’ and ‘right’ use doxxing to further the absolutism of their political worldview and that “…violence is a strategic necessity more than a focus of moral enquiry”. After that, he’s got nothing. We will address this remark about “violence” once we’ve stopped laughing at his picture. But first we’ll point out that Donohoe fails to mention how the mainstream media, especially Fairfax Media, is an accomplice in this nefarious practice; such as when it publishes the falsehoods of pseudo-journalists like Luke McMahon, who UNA is pleased to announce we tracked down to his privileged lair near Melbourne CBD, and who shall be helping us with our enquiries as things progress. Whether he likes it or not.
The mainstream media, in the guise of Fairfax, The Guardian, and the Australian Broadcasting Commission (ABC) have all given the fictitious ‘Andy Fleming’ (a.ka. Professor Rob Sparrow) a political platform. And yes, this self-described anarchist is all about politics, which says something about the genuineness of this Pied Piper of the anti-fascism underground who parades that ‘A’ symbol as if it actually means what it supposedly represents.
Ideally, if Donohoe’s argument holds true about United Nationalists Australia’s implacable need to “focus on the identities of Antifa activists” (a statistical falsehood if you examine our archives), then we should publish a Google street view image of McMahon’s address right here so anyone who wants to go along and cream the queer fuck has enhanced odds of doing so. If you trace those UNA has ‘doxxed’ then, aside from Rob Sparrow and Luke McMahon, whose willingness to transgress all the polite rules of journalism to score a hit regardless of how, coming with the prestige of the publication they appear in, those lies impact a person’s life, our last significant target was one Dave Gullis — a violent oaf from the left. This we raise in response to his cynical aside about us doxxing his Lefty comrades “under the pretence of self-defence”.
In the early days of last December, the trade unionist David Gullis made an uninvited visit to the Tempe headquarters of the Australia First Party. Having roused the overworked AFP leader out of bed, he subjected him to a primitive display of snarling, base name calling, witless slander, and death threats. Then he tossed the remnants of a cup of coffee at him. He was, fortunately, unable to bite his leg like a rabid dog thanks to the security gate which kept him at bay. This was not the last stop of the night, however, because he travelled five minutes up the road to the home of an AFP member and caused criminal damage to his residence while he slept. He had previously gone to the same address in broad daylight and made death threats to the tenant. The address was supplied to him by Lefty doxxers, full-well knowing the dangers he posed. Indeed, it was the very reason the address was passed on.
Legend has it that Gullis flew to Ukraine at the peak of its disturbances and fought against ‘fascists’ reputedly killing a Ukranian man whose political orientation he didn’t like. God knows how ASIO let him do so, but it doesn’t get any more ‘left’ and ‘violent’ than that. The fact that his target has never committed a single act of violence compounds the folly of Donohoe’s dismissiveness.
Likewise, in 2014, when C.F.M.E.U thugs were recruited to join a march attacking Australia First Party Qld members as they held a support rally for imprisoned Golden Dawn members, Slackbastard was identified as the principal organizer of the violence. Any doubts about Sparrow’s willingness to employ violence can be dispelled here in this 1999 article he wrote Anarchist Politics & Direct Action. We quote SB as follows, “The state has more repressive force at its command than we can ever hope to muster. This is not a pacifist position. We have every right to employ force in the attempt to resist the violence of the state.”
This is the same ‘state’ that he and his minions are a beneficiary of, just by the way; they sure get enough air-time from state mouthpieces. We have no examples of the Australian right conducting campaigns of violence against this ‘Left’ that Liam defends.
Donohoe, who looks so fresh-faced it’s as if he’s only just been weaned off his mother’s tit, holds that the “far-right seems more prepared to resort to violence in order to solve its problems”. He makes this unsubstantiated, inexperienced claim (assuming he is sticking to a discussion about the Australian far-right, which UNA is NOT a representative of) immediately after exonerating the far-left by arguing, “Holding the far-left to this sort of higher standard, however, not only assumes a ‘moralistic’ concept of left-wing politics [Lol – ED], but also ignores that the far-left has little other option but to doxx”.
This is a bald-faced lie since the left doxxes first and asks (no) questions later. The reason lefties get doxxed, when their identities can finally be discovered, is because they haunt the ‘far-right’ like feminists bother men. They hide under aliases on social media and make it their entire raison d’être to pursue their hated targets from one social media page to the next. Without the far-right to fret over, they’d shrivel up and blow away like dried dog shit in a wind storm.
Here, we understand that Donohoe has invoked the American experience to justify his position, admitting violence from the far-left, but muting it by writing, “Though there certainly are real cases of Lefty violence, that there was more reporting of the “violent” hucking of hummus at Catholic Society members last November than there has been of the myriad of murders and assaults committed by the far-right”.
What “myriad of murders and assaults committed by the far-right”? Donohoe then winds up all this thinly-veiled justification for “Lefty” doxxing and violence with a “doxxing is bad, m’kay” broadside that should just be scrunched up and flushed down the potty along with its whippersnapper author.
He failed to get inside one of the intrinsic contradictions of this whole “doxxing” thing in regards to the far-right, which he mistakenly brackets us in with. And that is just how much the ‘far-right’ doxxes its own and especially, in the well-publicized example of former chief peanut of the supposedly now-defunct Party for Freedom, Nick Folkes, who has in the past fortnight used Anonykatz to air his karmic angst against former members and perceived enemies. It is common for dross like Folkes to use Leftist channels to smear their right-side rivals.
We have had some from Folkes’s side of the kindie fence accuse us of doxxing, and here and there, in the interests of the hygiene of Australian Nationalism, we admit to having done so but only in a manner of speaking. Hell, if we wanted to, we could publish Toby Cook’s address, along with the addresses of other pond scum he associates with. But we’re not going to because without the Peanuts this Lads’ Society member and Australia’s first fully coloured Hollywood Nazi is just a walking cause of earthly famine. Let the righteous starving deal with him when they’re finally sick of him scarfing down half the nation’s food supply.
As to Liam Donohoe, next time you try to reach some sort of political maturity, try standing on a chair.