THE FIGHTING SEASON: THOUGHTS ON THE MILITARISATION OF PUBLIC SPACES FROM KABUL TO MELBOURNE

THE FIGHTING SEASON: THOUGHTS ON THE MILITARISATION OF PUBLIC SPACES FROM KABUL TO MELBOURNE

The twilight zone between the end of the festive season and the resumption of the work year is, of late, a good opportunity to make the most of our Netflix and Stan subscriptions and in amongst the growing clutter of Bollywood movies and incomprehensible Taiwanese rom-coms we were able to find a few gems with which to pass the time.

A recent addition to the lineup was Ricky Schroder’s six part documentary series The Fighting Season, which follows several units of U.S Army military advisors and their Afghan allies as they develop security arrangements in Kabul during an election campaign, hunt Taliban fighters in the countryside and attempt to kill or capture an elusive insurgent commander.

To be frank, Schroder is a propagandist of the Obama era military effort in Afghanistan and the phased draw-down of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF); in general his film leans toward supporting the narrative of the Afghan National Army (ANA) and police finding their feet and slowly taking responsibility for their own security.

The Fighting Season, however, is very revealing in its depiction of modern, highly specialised combat troops re-tasked as, basically, police units and tactical response teams on overwatch, ready to leap into action should the Afghan forces get in over their heads.

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Ricky Schroder, the former 1970’s child star is now an effective propagandist for the U.S war machine

In that sense this is a curious story, it has little in common with other War On Terror films, such as Sebastian Junger’s excellent Restrepo, or the dismal spectacle of the Ben Anderson documentary This Is What Winning Looks Like; the U.S paratroopers and 10th Mountain Division soldiers as depicted by Schroder exude a barely repressed bitterness and frustration even as they repeat the talking points of the official narrative.

From the slightly loopy security commander swanning around the teeming streets of Kabul as if he is going out for ice cream in his midwestern home town, seemingly oblivious to the threat of suicide bombers and kidnappers; to the hardened African American forward air controller calling in bombing runs on Taliban snipers these characters all ooze a superficial confidence and self control, but it is clear that they hate what they are doing and are deeply skeptical of the mission.

To be frank, Schroder is a propagandist of the Obama era military effort in Afghanistan and the phased draw-down of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF); in general his film leans toward supporting the narrative of the Afghan National Army (ANA) and police finding their feet and slowly taking responsibility for their own security.

Part of the dramatic tension which sets the pace across The Fighting Season’s six episodes is the sense that the Americans cannot trust the Afghan civilians, or rely upon the ANA and National Police to do their jobs; these are not, however, the drug addicts, child molesters and congenital idiots shown by Vice and Ben Anderson in 2013; on the contrary the Afghan soldiers are a mixed bag, ranging from merely competent, to tactically astute and, in some cases, almost suicidally brave.

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Sebastian Junger and Tim Hetherington produced an excellent film ,Restrepo, which captured life on a remote American fire base in the wilds of Afghanistan

Whether this is a completely accurate portrayal of the real ANA is another matter, we suspect the reality lies somewhere between Anderson’s pessimism and Schroders optimism; what is interesting from the point of our social commentary is this idea of a semi-competent but poorly equipped security force moving among the general population and maintaining a physical presence on the ground; guarded all the while by a high-tech, highly effective surveillance and intelligence group and backed up by heavily armed tactical units whose only task is to respond to emergencies.

It is this three tiered security system used by foreign occupation forces in counter insurgency operations, on behalf of their client regimes, which caught the eye of our writers; despite differences in the tempo of operations and the nature of the threats to civilians there is much in The Fighting Season which will feel familiar to the viewers, tucked up safe in their homes in the suburbs.

To the keen observer there are distinct parallels between the militarisation of public space in Afghanistan and the hardening of security precautions, recent restructure of police forces and the massive ramping up of state surveillance in Australian societies.

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Colonel John Graham ,on the right, confers with his long suffering bodyguard; the colonel is a weird sort of fellow but his story is very interesting

One of the most striking scenes in Schroder’s series shows American advisors driving around Kabul performing spot checks on Afghan police vehicle control points; the commander of the inspection team, Colonel Graham who is, as we mentioned, somewhat of a weird, reckless character spends some minutes in effusive praise of the officers who man these roadblocks, search cars and try to detect Jihadist suicide bombers as they enter the city.

To the keen observer there are distinct parallels between the militarisation of public space in Afghanistan and the hardening of security precautions, recent restructure of police forces and the massive ramping up of state surveillance in Australian societies.

What Graham is saying, if we read between the lines, is that the ANP officers, the lowest tier of the security operation, are basically expendable; it is expected that if a suicide bomber or insurgent gunman is detected that there will be police casualties and that they are only expected to hold their own until the American rapid response teams and Afghan special forces can be scrambled, with their armoured vehicles, superior training and heavy weapons.

Put that into the context of Melbourne or Sydney, sure the threat is lower here and we do not have terrorist attacks every few weeks as they do in Kabul but broadly the same tactical, counter insurgency regime is being applied in our cities; first responders, usually general duties police, will generally be running blindly into danger during an attack and even in bucolic Melbourne it is understood that they make take casualties before the better equipped squads are deployed.

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An Afghan policeman smokes a spliff while on patrol in a scene from the confronting 2013 Vice documentary This Is What Winning Looks Like

Colonel Graham proudly shows off his “Ring Of Steel” around Kabul, the picket of concrete bollards, chicanes and fighting positions which has been built across Kabul to, if nothing else, impede insurgent attacks until a counter attack can be mounted; the topic of insurgent attacks is discussed as a certainty and the one gets the sense that the lowest tier officers and fortifications are in place to absorb most of the impact, that crime cannot be prevented, only a reactive use of force is available to mop up after any initial strike on the barricades.

In our cities similar measures are now in place: in keeping with the threat levels we have concrete bollards and discrete hardening of urban infrastructure, soft checkpoints such as booze buses and Protective Service officers at railway stations and the network of private security guards, authorised officers and municipal inspectors who provide eyes on capability across the community.

The Fighting Season’s other plot-lines provide not only the most exciting battlefield action sequences but show the middle path of pro-active counter insurgent operations; the tactics of the famed U.S 10th Mountain Division and their ANA allies sit between the nearly passive defences of the “Ring Of Steel” and the reactive elements of the ISAF Quick Reaction Force made up of paratroopers and commandos.

The young American soldiers clearly hate the Afghan locals and gleefully take on the task of “getting in the face” of suspected Taliban insurgents; it is here we can see a contrast between this middle tier of counter terrorism operations in a combat zone and the pro-active policing efforts in the suburbs of Australian cities.

To the keen observer there are distinct parallels between the militarisation of public space in Afghanistan and the hardening of security precautions, recent restructure of police forces and the massive ramping up of state surveillance in Australian societies.

The young American soldiers clearly hate the Afghan locals and gleefully take on the task of “getting in the face” of suspected Taliban insurgents; it is here we can draw a comparison between this middle tier of counter terrorism operations in a combat zone and the pro-active policing efforts in the suburbs of Australian cities.

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Forward Air Controller Sergeant Letnam, his hatred of the Afghans is apparent after he calls in an airstrike on a Taliban sniper nest and the insurgents walk away from the bombed out position grinning and denying that they are fighters.

The point of the 10th Mountain troops operation was to disrupt, disturb and confront the Taliban and other outlaws, to break their routines, rattle their nerves and if possible kill or capture the fighters and drug smugglers; they patrolled in known Taliban strongholds, rousted their supporters in the villages, confiscated any goods or weapons suspected of belonging to fighters and attempted, by show of force, to diminish the Islamists standing in the community.

Australian police will claim that they are also pro-active when it comes to fighting our own low-level Islamic insurgency and gang crime, however it is this middle tier which, to many, has been the weak link in the local response, this is the cohort which has, in the minds of many workers been hobbled by political correctness and the point of the spear, so to speak, blunted by interference from government and social justice warriors.

It is generally accepted now that the day-to-day attempts by Australian police to play the “hearts and minds” routine in high crime suburbs, particularly those with high Third World migrant populations, have been a failure; what is more by showing weakness they have actually made the problems worse.

What the people are becoming really agitated about is the weak effort at disrupting criminals and terrorists before they become a real problem, that not enough is being done to shut down radical Islamist recruiters and other fringe dwellers; there is also general outrage over the lack of in-patient services for the dangerously mentally ill or drug addicted and the apparent hands-off approach being taken toward ethnocentric criminal gangs.

It is significant that Aussie workers have quickly cottoned on to the fact that the fortification of public spaces and expansion of heavily armed flying squads are a necessary and proportionate reaction to the current threat environment; nobody seems particularly bothered by the sight of semi-trailers being used as shields against vehicle attacks outside the Cricket, or the unmarked vans cruising the streets loaded with specialist police armed with assault rifles.

What the people are becoming really agitated about is the weak effort at disrupting criminals and terrorists before they become a real problem, that not enough is being done to shut down radical Islamist recruiters and other fringe dwellers; there is also general outrage over the lack of in-patient services for the dangerously mentally ill or drug addicted and the apparent hands-off approach being taken toward ethnocentric criminal gangs.

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Tactical squads only arrive as an emergency unfolds, they are a reactive force, not pro-active.

In the general discussion of the militarisation of police in Australia and the wider Anglosphere the tendency is, especially among the more libertarian or SJW cliques, to criticise the obvious trappings of the heightened security posture; the self styled “cop watchers” seem to think that a city wide crackdown on civil liberties is underway merely because the security services have been on a spending spree, purchasing new carbines, armoured vehicles and surveillance gear.

As we have shown it is the tactical posture and the way policing is being conducted in our cities which is evidence of the move toward a counter insurgency model rather than the traditional, low-key methods of the past; the real problem then becomes the synchronisation of the three tiers of security response: the bullet sponge beat cops, security guards and the fortifications; the pro-active, day-to-day, operations to disrupt, eliminate or humiliate Jihadis and criminal gangs and the rapid reaction forces who only appear once the threat is fully realised

Older Aussies may pine for the society we had and the bright future it promised, but which was squandered by the globalists; unfortunately there is the way things ought to be and the way things are; if Melbourne and Sydney are starting to resemble Kabul then half measures, a compassionate approach and political correctness have no place in the system.

If we are to accept this new security regime, which it is clear we must, at least in the short term purely as a matter of self preservation then we expect the middle tier of state counter terrorism operators and ASIO goons to emulate the 10th Mountain division in proportion to the scale of the threat.

If the cops are not kicking in the doors of rogue Imams, leaning hard on self-styled immigrant “community leaders” and making the lives of slacker Jihadis and ethnocentric street gangs utterly miserable then front line cops will have their blood spilled over those concrete bollards before the rapid reaction force can arrive, their bravery and that of the citizens who rush forward into danger will all count for nothing.

We, the workers of Australia, know what has to be done and we know why these very real but wholly imported threats to our lives have been allowed to fester all these years; we know that terrorism and ethnic gang crime is a direct result of globalist-capitalism, the vanity and cynicism of upper class Whites and the creed of totalitarian humanism.

Older Aussies may pine for the society we had and the bright future it promised, but which was squandered by the globalists; unfortunately there is the way things ought to be and the way things are; if Melbourne and Sydney are starting to resemble Kabul then half measures, a compassionate approach and political correctness have no place in the system.

If we are to suffer under an insurgency where terrorism and gross crimes of violence are simply to be accepted as part of the “enriching” multicultural tapestry, then the security forces need to get serious; they should at least get the three tiers of policing working effectively, in the manner of ISAF and the SJW’s, politicians and do-gooders need to be kicked to the curb and no longer heard.

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Afghan National Police: Expendable personnel deployed in the “Ring Of Steel” to absorb attacks, rather than repel them
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ROMPER STOMPER (2017) IS PURE HOLLYWOOD

ROMPER STOMPER (2017) IS PURE HOLLYWOOD

Those tuning into Stan’s sequel to the 1992 Australian film Romper Stomper expecting gritty realism will instead see a crime thriller.

Any pretence at social commentary is a cynical ploy by its creators to rope the general public into viewing a six-part action drama. The sequel is based ever so loosely, not just on its namesake, but on the reality it purports to represent. Whereas the original did offer social realism the update is just a shameless grab for ratings.

Trading off the controversy of the confrontations which occurred between so-called Patriots and Antifascist Action on the streets of Melbourne between 2015-16 Romper Stomper (2017) makes no effort to depict its subject earnestly. However, it will most likely be regarded as a documentary by globalist commentators despite the patently ‘high concept’ veneer of the production. Tim Soup will doubtless use it as the basis of one of his flat and censorious dissertations.

Rather than the diversity-minus-Islam of the Civic Patriots like United Patriots Front, who marched with Asians and shook hands with Africans at their rallies, the Patriot Blue of this latest incarnation are White Nationalists. This simple detail alone propels it way outside of the gravitational pull of authenticity (remember how Ralph Cerminara et al went out of their way to drive off ‘the Nazis’ from their street theatre?).

The unreality of the series is evident from the opening sequence where Patriot Blue has crashed the entrance to a Halal Festival with a pig on a spit. After Blake, the group’s leader (Lachy Hulme) — who bears a conspicuous resemblance to the UPF’s Blair Cottrell — harangues the festival goers a contingent of black-bloc Antifasc (based on Antifascist Action, or Antifa) arrives tooled-up to ambush the Patriots.

Any pretence at social commentary is a cynical ploy by its creators to rope the general public into viewing a six-part action drama.

In the ensuing brouhaha weaklings with the combined strength of a stuffed toy overpower hardened Patriots. This is, putting it mildly, highly unlikely. Antifa mostly attacked stragglers and old women carrying flags in groups of five and six. Moreover, there was seldom any rally where the police presence did not outnumber those protesters and counter-protesters. The pigs almost immediately nixed any unruliness.

Two of the key protagonists are introduced, Stix (Kad Hartcher) and Kane (Toby Wallace). The latter, it is revealed, is Hando’s son. Later, we discover he isn’t. But at this time the two are welcomed as heroes as they salvage Patriot Blue from the awful ambush by what appear to be emo kids amped on energy drinks.

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The Blair character is not-so-Blair as you think. But he does occasionally blare unlikely WN maxims through a loud hailer

A bloodied Blake invites the pair back to his place for a drink. While there, Blake wails on a henchman for revealing the rally’s location. We learned that Kane and Stix have left the army and are looking for work. Blake and his wife Zoe (Sophie Lowe), who seems an unlikely companion at half his age and hot to boot run a ‘recycling’ business, which must be fruitful since he shares a $15k bottle of Scotch with the pair. Blake offers them work.

The cops turn up to arrest Blake for “obstruction” leaving Kane and Stix alone with the pretty missus. Kane immediately makes a move and right here is one of the signature dramatic problems with the show: apart from the schlocky acting, the story’s timing is inappropriate. As if you would be sipping the leader’s top plonk while fondling his woman’s hair all in the space of an hour of entering his home.

The original Romper Stomper had plausible graduations of sequences but so much is stuffed into the unfolding plot that its pace comes to resemble any contemporary action movie involving Mark Wahlberg.

Rather than the diversity-minus-Islam of the Civic Patriots like United Patriots Front, who marched with Asians and shook hands with Africans at their rallies, the Patriot Blue of this latest incarnation are White Nationalists.

The writers disingenuously try to squeeze social relevance out of the characters while accentuating the politically correct constituents of the story. For instance, back at the Halal Festival, a young Moslem girl is supposedly bashed by Patriots. In the entirety of every rally held there was probably about 20 Moslems who showed up but that would not be sexy for the kind of audience Stan is looking for.

So we have a gratuitous act of cowardly violence against a Moslem girl that would never have happened no matter how high spirits ran at a rally. The producers overlooked how self-conscious about public approval the United Patriots Front were, which was acute to the point of cucking them into non-existence. But this was never about the Patriot Movement. And the ‘victimhood’ narrative of Moslems is now well underway.

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Jago (C) and Blake (R) stick it to ‘forthright educated Moslem’ Laila (L)

Interviewed by a news crew in the aftermath of the attack on her sister, Laila (Nicole Chamoun), an “educated forthright Arab”, becomes a hero of the Antifasc. She also falls into the sights of Jago (David Wenham), the homosexual right-wing TV commentator loosely styled on Alan Jones, who has his eye on Kane. He and his Asian assistant (yes, there is more than one ironic device employed in the sequel) hoodwink her into coming on his show. Shocked to find Blake is also a guest, she reels as the pair demolish her on-air.

Meanwhile, Antifasc is reviewing video footage of the rally to identify the unknowns. This is an accurate portion of the show because as we know the craven polyps of the real Antifa occupy themselves in exactly this fashion. Here too is another disturbing accuracy. We encounter the mysterious McKew (Syd Zyglier).

McKew is the anonymous source behind The Slacker’s Guide to Fascists which is a blatant reference to Slackbastard. We even find out that ‘the Slacker’ is a university professor which confirms our contention professor Rob Sparrow of Monash University is one of the originators of Slackbastard. This also raises questions about how au fait with Slackbastard the media truly is as this is by no means a coincidence. The only other conclusion to draw would be that the writers of the show sourced their material from us.

The original Romper Stomper had logical graduations of sequences but here so much is stuffed into the unfolding plot that its pace resembles any contemporary action movie involving Mark Wahlberg.

As the show unfolds, the Slacker turns out to be an arsehole, which is the only time the show touches on fact.

The Slacker, as with the true life Slackbastard, manipulates the Antifasc to do his bidding. Thus the heroic and idealistic Laila is drawn into the world of Antifasc which will ultimately spell her doom. Here too we encounter Petra (Lily Sullivan), one of the show’s female powerhouse trio, and a senior Antifasc figure. The third ‘forthright female’ is the oddest one of all to explain in terms of the storyline.

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Zoe, Blake’s Missus, is seldom without a glass of vino

Kane has a little foster sister named Cindi who breaks out of a girl’s home after a visit from her surrogate brother. Cindi is cunningly installed with Antifasc whom she encounters while on the lam and hungry. Heading to a soup kitchen she meets up with two of the Antifasc barnacles and thence returns on Kane’s instruction to join the fold without much vetting.

This is another dodgy bit of plot since supposedly on the run from authorities it is remarkable that no effort is made to apprehend her nor is she recognised by any member of the public. She also seems to achieve the impossible, getting by without any scratch to cover her living costs. Antifasc must be better funded than we’d imagined.

It is between Kane, Zoe, Jago and two reprises from the original movie, Cackles (Dan Whyllie) and Magoo (John Brumpton), that the story heads to its propagandistic conclusion. However, along the way are other characters, some of which play integral roles, others serve to underscore the message Australians are fundamentally racist.

As the show unfolds, the Slacker turns out to be an arsehole, which is the only time the show touches on fact.

We meet an Arab Mixed Martial Arts fighter named Malik (Jamie Abdallah) who is disgusted with Laila’s brother Farid (Julian Maroun) for being beaten by the Patriots. While out with his Arab mates, he belts a truck driver defending the honour of his female partner who’s being crudely ogled by one of his passengers. Defending himself, Malik’s skills come to the fore. He drops the driver who cracks his head and nearly dies. The thoughtful Moslem seeks solace in prayer. The viewer is left to regard the Aussie as a victim of his own racism and hubris. The wisdom is only to be had in the mosque listening to the Imam with whom Malik confers.

Then there is the moral ambiguity of the Africans who are sent packing from a late-night convenience store by Kane’s Patriot Blue Night Patrol. The two gangster-rap gun-toting blacks tell the ‘White boys’ “These are our streets”. Chased off, they afterwards end up kidnapping Noddy (Sam Parsonson) and torturing him before dumping him at Blake’s place. While Noddy is bound and gagged the writers allow the APEX ringleader to lecture him with a parable of a “lost little sheep”. In actuality the black is the voice of globalism and Noddy, the lost sheep, represents any Australian who would vainly stand up to him. There is no resolution for this sadistic act (events intervene) that is well-deserving of Patriot retribution. Hate begets hate appears to be the lesson. What’s more, the Night Patrol itself requires comment since we have heard much about Patriot groups proposing such action, but nothing we see has ever been reported, such as Moslems being bashed, and an Ice lab turned over. It is all a big ‘what if’.

Into the mix comes a detective named Marco (Jeremy Lindsay Taylor), who happens to be “handling” Blake. This is an interesting theme seeing as how we have Neil Erikson who just about everybody knows is, or was prior to his recent charges, most definitely being handled. We know too that UPF members had been approached by ASIO. But apart from operating the Patriot Blue leader, Marco is also cheating on his missus by rooting Kane’s estranged millionaire mum, Gabe (Jacqueline McKenzie); another character from the original movie who basically does nothing. Well, she does do something, at the very end she tells Kane that Hando is not his father but rather his grandfather, her father, Martin — who regularly abused her and is seen in the show dying of dementia — sired the prodigal Patriot. Not that we told you that, readers. To do so would be a spoiler, which would require an alert.

We won’t spoil things either by  letting slip that Kane ends up killing Blake when the Patriots visit Magoo’s country hideaway which is a veritable armoury of WW2 weapons and Nazi paraphernalia. Blake is both jealous and suss of his young protege and puts him through a test warning him to stay away from Zoe. He gets about two minutes of gloat time when he passes before a seemingly pacified Kane pushes him down an escarpment. But revealing such would only ruin things for when he shacks up with Blake’s Jesus freak missus (Blake could not get it up due to the ‘roids’) who sees Kane as a Christlike figure come to save Australia. Nor will we reveal how the wily Cackles, who owns a white goods business (get it), had all along recruited Kane and Stix to take over Patriot Blue and usurp Blake. And there is no way in hell we’ll tell you about the inspiring scene where the Patriots annihilate Antifasc on a Melbourne beach while they hold a solemn ceremony with Blake’s ashes.

Furthermore, while not spilling  spoilers such as the above we shan’t mention the bullshit ironic device number two which has Magoo meeting with his Asian daughter, who he is ripped apart at not being able to be with. Now that would truly have been a righteous portrayal of a Civic Patriot.

Our lips are also sealed as to how the whole thing ends with Magoo talking his way into an event with a pro-multiculturalism politician and blowing up the two Antifasc, Kane’s sister, and countless others with a bomb jacket created by Cackles, the real power behind it all. No, because, that would be a prick act and our name isn’t Slackbastard. But we will say this, the whole thing is just tawdry entertainment created with the knowledge it will be blindly accepted as cutting-edge real-life drama. The globalist instruction is pungent and the audacity strong: to depict an Aussie as a terrorist bomber while the Moslems are the level-headed copers.

As Nationalists, we must condemn the series on about a thousand levels, but one really stuck in our craw and that is the depiction of these rock ape Patriots as White Nationalists. Back in 2015, we suffered badly trying to help the Patriots. They were thankless, they took what they wanted, and they threw us under a bus. We have never forgotten and those now claiming to be pruned from the same Nationalist branch as ours have never apologised for it either.

It is irksome to hear Blake spouting WN maxims, and reciting Henry Lawson. Lawson is a Nationalist hero and we’re pretty sure 99.9% of those original Patriots have never heard of him. They would be much more likely to quote Milo Yiannopoulos.

What is really sick though is the creation in the public’s mind that terrorism is where Nationalist politics is inevitably destined to end up. The Antifasc in the show is treated more sympathetically with their destructive acts simply shown to be well-meaning blunders. We have had those pass through our movement who have attempted to draw Australians into criminal acts, such as Squadron 88’s New Zealander leader. But this is not how we roll. To be depicted in this light shows either very poor research or very conscious design and we feel it’s the latter. Additionally, Facebook Patriots should receive royalties since the show is mostly written from their online interactions.

Like John Safran, it seems everyone made money out of the Patriot Movement except those who were in it (with the exception of notable scam artists who know who they are). This is just another cash-in on something which has been and passed. Moreover, if you pay to see it, you are giving Fairfax money, as they happen to own Stan. They are also behind all the defamatory attacks upon our people.

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Hmm, the media knows all about Slackbastard. And judging by the portrayal of his character they know he’s a bitch

 

FROM 2017 TO YEAR ZERO — A BRIEF UNA WRAP UP OF ANOTHER YEAR IN THE GLOBAL JUNGLE

FROM 2017 TO YEAR ZERO — A BRIEF UNA WRAP UP OF ANOTHER YEAR IN THE GLOBAL JUNGLE

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One aspect defining 2017 for us is just how much closer we as a nation are to becoming China’s mangy farm animal. If Labor had the choice they would flick the United States away and beg China to become our new boss.

Australia has since federation more-or-less grovelled behind a superpower guardian, be it Britain, the United States, and now it seems China. This happens at the cost of our national sovereignty. We have witnessed just how badly both sides of politics descend into treachery as individual politicians profit from selling off our future to communist China. Labor’s Sam Dastyari had to pull the pin after it was revealed a Chinese company covered bills from his office. Then he warned Chinese “businessman” Huang Xiangmo about phone taps and that was all she wrote for the un-Australian little wingnut.

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New Australians enjoying our new national flag

But Labor is chocka with them. The dust hadn’t settled on that incident when former NSW Premier and Bennelong candidate Kristina Kenneally came out batting for her oriental masters and claiming criticism of the communist state is “China phobia.” All of this in a year when — aside from buying political influence — China has made an alarming string of major acquisitions including Western Australia’s Merredin Airport where Aussie pilots now need permission from communist China to land in their own goddamned country. This pattern is being frighteningly echoed around Asia and indeed the rest of the world as China buys up key infrastructure and moves in their own people.

Australian gas is flogged to Asia cheaper than we have to purchase it back from them just to cover our own industry needs. Other products such as fruit are grown on Chinese owned farms, shipped there, while the rubbish is fobbed off to us. And it is produced on our land!

However, this was also the year of jousts and villainy with both the left and right side of politics as true nationalists fought all comers to retain our corner. A third-rate troll by the name of Luke McMahon who styles himself as an intrepid troll hunter but is really a pimple scribbled a hit piece full of slanders against an Australian nationalist and UNA friend labelling him, “One of Australia’s Worst Trolls”.

Australian gas is flogged to Asia cheaper than we have to purchase it back from them just to cover our own industry needs. Other products such as fruit are grown on Chinese owned farms, shipped there, while the rubbish is fobbed off to us. And it is produced on our land!

McMahon is the worst troll in the world (search Mark Watford on Facebook), but he is also a federal snitch, who tracks Nationalists, Patriots and others around the web and reports them to the Australian Federal Police (AFP). He does this by, unsurprisingly enough, trolling. His calumnies, particularly those about UNA editor Chris Shortis, have been published by Fairfax, a company which uses its media clout as a political and ideological cudgel, indifferent to the Australian Journalists Code of Ethics or just basic principles of defamation. Fairfax knows that few have the dosh to sue them so they go right out and publish lies. They aim to hurt and causing pain makes them feel good.

In 2018, United Nationalists Australia will be revealing more about Luke McMahon and his activities but let’s just say him and his team are taken with a grain of salt especially by overseas law enforcement agencies. We warned McMahon and his gay mate Slackbastard that we will never let them go and we won’t. That is a promise we will keep. Their sort must be made an example of, just like we did with their pussy cohorts from Antifascist Action Sydney who closed their blog’s privacy settings to “private” after we pointed out that being exposed on there is actually good for a nationalist’s credibility. We doxed Daniel Trotter as its inept editor and no doubt he is consoling himself with a few tweeks of chibu and a bottle of cheap grog purloined from Liquorland.

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Author of the Antifascist Action Sydney blog Daniel Trotter looking every bit the privileged rich kid he reportedly is

However, if we doxed Danny then former Antifa rat-chewer Shayne Hunter dropped a bombshell by exposing the inner workings of Antifascist Action and labelling them as dangerous extremists. Shayne had a lot to say and even mentioned Slackbastard in a webcast interview with an American site characterising him essentially as a chicken hawk feeding off the young and getting others to do his dirty bidding.

Speaking of which, him and McMahon were almost certainly behind providing details of an Australian nationalist’s address to Dave Gullis, the CFMEU crackpot who attacked his home with a firehose just after nationalists commemorated the Eureka Rebellion in Ballarat. We exposed Delusional Dave no thanks to Mark Latham who won the UNA Golden Shlomo award for Fake Aussie Nationalism. He ignored our requests to help spread the word in the ‘Alt-Right’ community about this psychotic communist cosplayer. As Stan is poised to premier its spin-off series Romper Stomper on New Years’ Day and glorify the toerags of Antifa, the reality is reverse to all media portrayals. We will have more to say about this appalling production in the New Year.

Yet, all that aside, it was a year of cold reckoning when Chris Shortis and two others from the Bendigo Three were convicted of inciting serious contempt for a class of people over the beheading of a plastic dummy. The proper charge should have read ‘performing a controversial stunt without being members of The Chaser’. It was a political show trial that made no sense other than in the context of the State of Victoria and its overtly communist direction.

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Chris Shortis, on the second hearing of the Bendigo Three trial

Under Labor Premier Daniel Andrews’ mismanagement, African crime is so rampant that in the midst of African crime fatigue, Victorians awoke in late December to hear Superintendent Therese Fitzgerald deny there was an African crime problem at all. Instead, she called it a “youth” issue. Shortly after another notable female police appointment, Victorian Police Commissioner Lisa Neville accused Australians (presumably Whites) of being the worst offenders out of everyone.

This was bad, but perhaps the most disturbing event of the year was the plebiscite on same-sex marriage. We reported on the unfortunate and likely rigged “yes” vote. This is the kick-off and the ref is holding rainbow coloured cards of which the penalties apply only to straight White folks.

On a positive note, we learned late this month that Neil Erikson was charged over a scuffle outside of homosexual and Negro fetishist Milo Yiannopoulos’s supposedly secret venue near a Melbourne housing project which is home to half of the Sudan and Somalia. Strictly speaking, the charges are bullshit, but for all the crap Neil Erikson has caused we could not bring ourselves to say a word in his defence. He is destined for a protective wing in a Melbourne prison. Let’s hope he goes to the general population.

This was bad, but perhaps the most disturbing event of the year was the plebiscite on same-sex marriage. We reported on the unfortunate and likely rigged “yes” vote. This is the kick-off and the ref is holding only rainbow coloured cards of which the penalties apply only to straight White folks.

Others we hope either die of cancer, go to jail, or wind up being turned into ironing board covers are the filth from Peanuts for Freedom who surpassed themselves this year by engaging in a night of drunken harassment of former female members and others. The Peanuts, on tour in Lithgow for a failed rally, presumably high on pingas, grass and grog, made a series of demeaning and pornographic calls to former members and an associate of Kim Vuga. Police complaints were made and Kim Vuga issued a condemnation of Nick Folkes and his grubby party. The chief offenders were Nick, fat boy Tobes, and Penny “Pen-Pen” Tridgell.

Both Nick and Pen-Pen won Shlomo awards this year, but we ignored Tobes because he would probably have considered it good publicity. These fakers are not a joke though. Pen-Pen and Jamo joined Neil Erikson in Melbourne to support Avi Yemini, who we also had a bit to say about. Avi has positioned himself within the Cory Bernadi conservative milieu as a dinky-di Jewish Supremacist Aussie Patriot. He is hoping to take ground vacated by former United Patriots Front leaders and turn this whole thing into backing for Israel; which is pretty much what the Australian Liberty Alliance (ALA) tried to do. Avi’s Peanuts’ fans are, however, a confused bunch. See, they also tried to reinvent themselves as White Nationalists flying under Totenkopf placards at certain Sydney rallies.

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What do you expect when they can’t even work out how to put on a T-shirt?

This was during their phase of aligning with Australia’s self-declared ‘Alt-Right’ who see basically anyone conservative as a legitimate support base. Without going into a whole thing, this is the sort of thinking that will have them inevitably redesigning themselves as Alt-Something-Else this time next year when it all goes down the trough at the local pisser like the failed Dingocon after Dr Jim Saleam penned his damning Rape House article, which highlighted the scammers still operating within the broad theatre of the Alt-Right.

Anyway, the New Year dawns, the old has passed. UNA will continue to provide its usual high standard of commentary on issues facing the nationalist community, and by rote, the nation itself. We will also continue to be monitored by insane Jews who make a point of noting anti-Semitic anything — even a kid’s shoddy carving of a swastika on a tree trunk. We got a few mentions in this year’s report on anti-Semitism by the Executive Council of Australian Jewry. It would be a waste of time pointing out that we are anti-Zionist because to the Skypes that’s pretty much the same thing so we won’t waste our breath.

Until next year, which is tomorrow as this goes live, see yez and have a bonza WHITE New Year’s Eve!

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Dr Jim Saleam: Fascists and Conservatives

Dr Jim Saleam: Fascists and Conservatives

Some people, who may be good patriots and who may yet make good nationalists attached as they are to the Alt-Right and to other patriot structures, have made favourable references to the Australian 1930’s paramilitary group, the New Guard. They have suggested it could be a fountainhead for Australian nationalism. I consider the New Guard – the exact opposite.

The New Guard, formed in 1931, was an armed and violent conservative movement which set out to undermine the Jack Lang government of New South Wales. In Lang, they saw ‘communism’. After all, he repudiated the war debts to London, stood up for the mass of the unemployed and pushed for credit expansion to ease the Depression. Lang stood for Australia first, for the struggle of the productive classes. Meantime, the New Guard espoused ‘unswerving loyalty’ to the Empire, ‘sane finance’ (deflation) and a managerial government run by ‘the best families’. The New Guard programme represented the class war from above dressed up as patriotism.

In 1933, the leader of the New Guard, Eric Campbell, met Sir Oswald Mosley of the British Union of Fascists. Mosley considered the New Guard to be fascist. He was wrong. And by this time too, Campbell was openly calling himself ‘fascist’. He was wrong too.

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Colonel Campbell does the one-arm backstroke under hypnosis by a visiting American entertainer

What is the problem?

Well, the New Guard certainly went about uniformed and did violence, offering fascist salutes and saying it was fascist. It said it wanted to crush communism by violence and it claimed to be militantly patriotic.

But the New Guard was connected throughout its four-year life by subliminal sentiments, imperial and class ideological references and organisational threads to the Old Guard conservatives, the rich colonial-imperial bourgeoisie who wanted to hang on to their wealth against the challenge from the people. Social change, Australian economic independence, the Labor Party – all was communism. The Old Guard would rely upon the state apparatus and a secret paramilitary apparatus and putsch for power if need be. The New Guard, its bastard child, would do the street violence. It was no challenge to capitalism either.

Irony entered in. In July 1932, Lang was sacked by Sir Phillip Game, the governor, such that New South Wales be ‘saved’ from communism and civil war (sic). Four years later, Game was in London, making sure in his capacity as Commissioner of Police, that Mosley’s fascists could not be an effective challenge to the British elite. Two countries. Same imperial elite. Same interests to be defended.

For me, Jack Lang, brother-in-law to Henry Lawson, was the real deal. He was the champion of the people. He railed against international finance capital, against those who could not act and think as Australians in the banks and the corporations. In his extreme old age, he remained the fighter for White Australia. If there is a fountainhead for nationalism, it was Lang and not the New Guard.

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The “communist” NSW Premier who was ousted for putting White Australia first – what sort of fascists would do that to such a ridgey didge Patriot?

In what must be suggestive of ideological place, I recall a chat some years ago with a Klub Nation reactionary, one of the shysters who recently conned his way into the Aussie Alt-Right phenomenon. He told me that the New Guard was a real nationalist movement and that its opposition to ‘leftist’ Lang was correct. It was ‘fascist’ too, he said – as if I would be turned on. So the circle completes and we again, in the immediate period, find ourselves assessing the relationship of fascism and conservatism – from the past.

Of course, there is a large academic literature these days that explains how fascist and conservative groups, under the pressure of events and the challenge of the Left in 1930s Europe, might share external features. Decades ago, the study was fresh and it was easier for political newbies and others to confuse the two. No more. Names like Martin Blinkhorn, Eugen Weber, Stanley Payne, A. James Gregor, Roger Griffin, Roger Eatwell can be traced by the curious today and it’ll be explained. Conservatism and fascism were mutually exclusive things.

Nonetheless, in my decades of political activity, I have continually come upon conservatives playacting at being militants and at being ‘fascists’ and even ‘Nazis’. It took me time to understand their essential ‘bs’.

When I was a high school kid, I came upon Eugen Weber’s Varieties Of Fascism. It taught me that fascism in one vital sense was a synthesis of nationalism and socialism. It varied from country to country, in how it arranged that synthesis from source-material and in what it looked like, but that synthesis was a key element of it. So, I tried to apply that knowledge to people I met.

I remember blundering into a Brisbane meeting of Eastern European ‘fascists’ in 1972. They gave each other salutes, chatted about fighting the Labor communists (?!) and doing violence – and then talked over how to help the Liberal Party stay in government. The Liberal Party? It seemed the Libs were going along with the USA to roll back East European communism and they would help the Libs make it happen. They were not alone in that sort of notion.

Consider the colourful – if ridiculous – Australian Nazi phenomenon during the period that the extreme-left in Australia gained some size (1969-75). Some of these so-called Nazis believed that they would ‘prove’ themselves to the conservative moneybags by fighting those commies in the street and, out of desperation at being unable to stem the Red tide any other way, the conservatives would ‘call them in’ to save the country. A Liberal-Nazi government would form to fight communism and perhaps even win the war in Vietnam! I remember asking one of these Nazis if that meant the Liberals would allow some socialist reforms of banking and the multinationals – but I was told that was communism too. “Are you a communist?”, he asked me. Much of the time, the Nazis took cues from the Special Branch political police in attacking the Left, yet considered that normal, a primer before the curtain was raised on their taking power. Nazis in Queensland thought Premier Joh was Australia’s von Hindenberg, the patriot who would team up with the tough boys to save the country. Delusional maybe, but all this demonstrated the essential linkage between the conservatives and would-be fascists. These fascists (sic) considered themselves as conservatives with one difference: they reasoned the conservatives weak and unwilling to do the dirty work – which meant someone had to break the law to fight those Reds!

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Joh Bjelke Petersen was tipped to be the next Liberal Party Nazi leader… or something

However, there was for me, one good bump in the conservative road. I also met the émigré Hungarian fascists who had a different story. They told me that you: “cannot have nationalism without socialism and socialism without nationalism”. They said most of the émigré fascists (Eastern Europeans by and large) were flunkeys of the Liberals and that the Libs were the quintessential party of capital. They even told me that if ever they returned to Hungary, they thought it best that the property socialised by the communist regime from the aristocracy and the old wealthy elite– stay in state hands! Maybe they were communists like me?

In the late 1970’s, I was in Sydney, a member of the first nationalist groups when we met those Liberals known as ‘the Uglies’. Their descendants still survive as rabid free marketeers. This gang posed then as the toughest of the tough and the hardest of the hard Right. Or so they said. They told the nationalists that they were us and we were them, except they were going to take over the Liberal Party and ‘come out’ when the day came. The day never came and generation after generation of young people has heard their story. The nationalists worked it out. The Uglies were spinning a yarn to suck people in and neutralize them forever. The Liberal machine would mince them up into becoming Libs and run them as lures for other ‘radicals’ who might upset the conservative applecart.

There was a twist. This Liberal lot also told us that they were secret ‘fascists’ and even ‘Nazis’. After all, Menzies who had been an ‘Appeaser’ of fascism in the 1930’s had let into the country the East European collaborators after 1949. They said Hitler really knew how to screw communism by fighting it in the streets. Why he finally grew up and attacked the Soviet Union. Nazism was the highest form of patriotism because it defended its principles violently. But Aussie people didn’t really know all that so its secret message would stay the glue that will bind us – while we take over the Liberal Party. I started to think: is the Soviet Union even the enemy? Why fight them for the USA? And why are these Uglies all the way with Uncle Sam? How does their taking over the Liberal Party help the nationalist cause? We, nationalists, wanted an independent Australia and their programme isn’t nationalist. They said they just hated the ‘wet’ Malcolm Fraser, but supported everything he said about deregulation and ‘fighting communism’. After 1979, they followed Margaret Thatcher; she would beat communism by privatising everything, they said.

The dirty truth (part of it at least) came out in 1978 when the leader of the Uglies (Lyenko Urbanchich, a Slovenian collaborator with Germany and Italy) called for the recruitment of Vietnamese and other Indo-China ‘refugees’ into the Liberal Party as supporters of the war against communism. We, nationalists, were concerned with our European identity not communism as threats to the nation, so the division was in the open. Even so, they kept telling us for years they were ‘fascists’, just like us, ad nauseum. When one of us quipped to an Urbanchich follower, we would prefer a Soviet White Australia to a capitalist multiracial sewer, the old Slovenian guru finally said that Australian nationalism was bolshie anyway (1987). Thanks for that!

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Lyenko Urbanchich called for Vietnamese and Indo-china refugees to join the Liberal Party against communism

In the mid-1980’s, a wag in the nationalist Australian National Action, of which I was the Chairman by then, came up with a goodie: the conservative Liberals will tolerate Nazis, but they will never tolerate nationalist-socialists.

Did these Liberals ever want the nationalisation of the banks? Did they want free education and socialised medicine? Did they want our mineral wealth controlled by the nation? Did they want direct democracy? Not at all. They adored free dog-eat-dog enterprise and government by parliament. They abhorred ‘dole bludgers’ (read: anyone who lost his job), considered themselves the born-to-rule elite and they regarded the working class person as not their equal. They never thought in terms of the fiercely independent nation with a destiny of its own, but revelled in the dependent country beholden to great allies.

Not too much ‘socialism’ in their national socialism? I suspect that in so far as they liked (sic) Nazis and fascists, it was all about the fascist regimes that went to war against communism and then only so far as they did fight communism as a system. Such social change that the fascists did implement was ignored in that argument. Past that, these conservatives weren’t part of fascism at all, but no end of game-players calling themselves ‘fascists’ would hang around them. They could sit around and talk and talk and dream – and do the dirty work of the conservatives.

What I did see in most of those who wanted to talk about fascism in those days of the 1970’s and 1980’s (and in possibly even now?), is that they wanted to discuss regime-fascism and how ‘good’ it was. They liked pretty pics of parades, invasions of the USSR, a few criticisms of ‘Jewish capital’ (but seldom, gentile capital), the myth of the great leader. In so far as any of it had some transcendental relevance to any Australian struggle, none seemed that interested in the mechanics of revolutionary action. This alone should have suggested that their talk of fascism was a block in the way of action! Fascism was for them just a myth to be talked about in a club of such people with Libs in attendance who could provide a ‘political’ outlet for them.

It became clearer to the nationalists. There had always been a real demarcation line between historical fascists and conservatives. If there had been anything positive in fascism that ‘line’ was it. And fascism’s essential sin (not the only one I would add) had been its alliances with the conservatives. Its revolution was bowdlerized before it got going. In that regard, I do remember meeting in the 1980’s an Italian who fought for the Italian Social Republic. He opined that the Mussolini regime till 1943 had been an illusion, a travesty of fascism’s potential. The Italian civil war brought the people into play against the industrialists and the landowners, the church and the monarchy, those whom the regime had previously indulged. That sounded different!

Of course, the discourse of a revolutionary fascism hardly gets a look-in with the debate on fascism, locked as it usually was, into a look-in at the regimes and their wondrous (sic) surface-appearances. The curiosity for me was the deepest fault of fascism in the 1930s and 1940s – that it temporized with the conservatives and the joke in the contemporary world was that the would-be fascists confused the two and pimped for the conservatives as errand boys.

The joke is still being played out in small circles.

I write as an Australian nationalist. My interest in fascism would be literary only if it was not for conservatives who put out bait and for a few people who muck about with fascism in the hope it might offer them something. The latter is more of the problem. Do they still mean regime-fascism? Or do they mean that synthesis of nationalism and socialism that the fascists, to their credit, attempted? And if they do mean that, did not the Australian radical nationalists and our labour movement achieve that synthesis but in our language and in a popular-democratic form? If that was true, why have the discussion about fascism at all?

I would conclude this article with a commentary about Australia from Antonio Grossardi, the Consul General in Australia of Fascist Italy. He said:

“Australia…since the day of its federation has lived…in the rosy certitude that it was the wealthiest, most capable, privileged and hard working country in the world, a type of Earthly Paradise,” God’s Own Country”, such that with a blind and constant faith in the present and future resources of the country, it abandoned itself to social-proletarian experiments of all sorts without taking into account the obstacles, the costs and the possibilities of success.”

Grossardi thought such was the wealth that the Australian people enjoyed they could afford to launch “continuous experiments in social-democracy”. This included a pragmatic labour party, distant from the ideological strife of the Old Continent, bent on enriching the poor rather than taking from the rich like the old socialisms. He went on to describe Australia’s social security system unsurprisingly as “overly generous”. Such comments beg comparison to the Italian reality at the same time, where the Fascist government was only beginning to introduce the rudiments of social welfare.

I am not surprised really that the regime-fascists thought ill of us. Australia is not the Old Continent, but a New Continent – and our challenges are our own.

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It’s all too familiar

 

 

CFMEU HOSTS ANTIFA-LINKED EXTREMISTS AT ITS SYDNEY OFFICES

CFMEU HOSTS ANTIFA-LINKED EXTREMISTS AT ITS SYDNEY OFFICES

Responding to a complaint by United Nationalists Australia (UNA) that a person favouring its clothing brand had perpetrated a criminal attack on two nationalists in Sydney the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) provided a perfunctory response.

Whoever administers their Facebook page firstly issued a disclaimer regarding their retail merchandise by inferring it must’ve been a random someone who just happened to buy their clobber. No bona fide union member would dream of committing such a contemptible act. Then they advised us to contact police.

They may as well have recommended we alert Dominoes Pizza. The suggestion although outwardly sensible belied the responsibility, indirect or not, this most militant of unions have for the radicalisation of the lumpen idiot responsible. Dave Gullis, the scaffolder who threatened the life of the AFP President and vandalised the home of a member on Dec 7, sports his CFMEU togs with pride. But there is more to Davey boy.

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Dave Gull of the CFMEU goes berko on a nationalist’s home

Gullis’s Facebook page links him to the Communist Party of Australia (CPA) and he sports the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) logo.  The MUA has, of course, been infiltrated by the CPA – as has the CFMEU. Warren Smith is the assistant national secretary of the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) and a member of the Central Committee of the CPA. Vinnie Molina is the West Australia boss of the CFMEU Construction Division and National President of the CPA.

No bona fide union member would dream of committing such a contemptible act. Then they advised us to contact police.

The CFMEU leases offices at its Kremlin at 12 Railway St Lidcombe, Sydney. A conference room on this floor is availed for meetings to both the Communist Party of Australia (CPA) and its estranged but similarly anachronistic counterpart the Communist Workers Party of Australia (CWPA). These extremist groups have no qualms about flying the genocidal hammer-and-sickle symbol. Therefore, the CFMEU is well aware of these groups’ agendas.

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The Sydney Kremlin  offices of the CFMEU at Lidcombe 

One member of the CWPA, named Yousef, who cultishly styles himself as an imitation of Che Guevara, was earlier this year exposed by UNA as demanding the very two nationalists who Gullis harassed be physically assaulted by its members. It is unlikely Gullis’s choice of targets was a coincidence or that Yousef is unknown to him.

As the CFMEU prepares to merge into a “super union” that will comprise the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) and the Textile Clothing and Footwear Union this integration will in theory position the zealots of Antifa into the globalist Labor party’s field.

UNA and other committed nationalist commentators have established how the Liberal party has over the years suckered in the naïve. They engage operatives and satellites to beguile far-right greenhorns with misrepresentations about how the Liberal party harbours racialist sects dedicated to nationalist principles. These sleeper cells, they promise, are waiting for the strategic moment to rise and revolutionise the Liberals to a national socialist course. It is all bullshit. But this is no different to what the Labor party does with its own extremist base.

Labor trades on its former associations with the worker but has consciously drifted from its unionist roots. While still happy to take their donations the dynamic of the relationship has changed.

One member of the CWPA, named Yousef, who cultishly styles himself as an imitation of Che Guevara, was earlier this year exposed by UNA as demanding the very two nationalists who Gullis harassed be physically assaulted by its members. It is unlikely Gullis’s choice of targets was a coincidence or that Yousef is unknown to him.

Once the greater proportion of elected ALP members of parliament were union officials. There are now only about 45% of those with direct links. There are a small number of affiliated unions that still carry clout within the party, and they were named in a piece by The Conversation as being The Shop Distributive and Allied Industries Union, Transport Workers’ Union and the Australian Services Union.

These affiliated unions are still able to influence the ALP through discreet internal lobbying along party structure lines. Yet, as the same article points out, there is a fallacious notion about the power unions wield within the party. Here, factions such as the Socialist Left and Centre Unity, make the decisions. To quote the piece, “The factions are unified less by ideology nowadays, but have been characterised as clans that distribute influence and rewards.”

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Yousef, the CWPA representative of the Che Guevara Appreciation Society. He tried to have the same two nationalists assaulted in the name of “the workers”

Those parliamentary members tend not to come through the union ranks anymore and even if they have enjoyed the support of unions the political experience recalibrates their views and priorities. Likewise, those influential unions operating within the party generally promote their own agendas.

In other words, all the promises for the workers are broken at the other end as the ALP has long outgrown its traditional support base. In a way, far from the hard-forged socialist rhetoric of the meeting hall, the ALP has assumed more the qualities of the neoliberal American Democrats. This again echoes how the conservatives such as Cory Bernardi and Pauline Hanson divert nationalist sentiment into support for its absolute antithesis – global capitalism and global consumerism. Labor has as much a sell-off-the-farm policy as the conservatives do. Suddenly the ‘worker’ is an international citizen and not an indigenous unit of labour whose rights must be protected.

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Luke Collier (R) and Joe Myles (L) the two CFMEU jugheads who attacked AFP members in Brisbane

When a program of free and open immigration brings down wages then opposing it must seem sensible enough. Trade union leaders should be the first to understand how mass immigration affects the worker but here you have “the workers” all rallied in various sub-factions ready to protect the interests of global capitalism. To this end, Antifa spares the government the need to oppress far-right opposition. In turn, through their carjacking methods, Antifa has done more to contribute to the strengthening of police powers than their adversaries who, ironically, lobby on a genuine working class platform and in the traditional spirit of the original Labor movement.

Labor has become so divorced from its working-class roots that the only time its elitists can stomach the workers is during press opportunities and on election days. The modern Labor party is the purview of the restaurant radical. Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews is a solid example of what Labor has become serving as he does without ever once having put in a hard day’s slog. Consequently, those revolutionaries shuffling their feet back down the chain spare little mind to the beneficiaries of their actions.

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Warren Smith, Assistant National Secretary of the MUA. Um, since when did it become socially acceptable to fly the murderous insignia of the Stalin regime?

Given there is no longer historic fascism the zealots that the CFMEU entertains have simply painted a ‘Nazi’ face onto the enemies of globalism and given our side a Holocaust-centric narrative. All of this points to Antifa being just another construct of the state.

When the extremists who manipulate these globalist army irregulars sound their clarion call the union responds. They did so in 2014 when the Australia First Party and the now defunct Golden Dawn Australia (Hellenic Nationalists of Australia) held a demonstration in Brisbane to support of the Golden Dawn elected officials being held in indefinite detention in Greece. The demonstration turned ugly when members of the CFMEU rolled up waving their banners and spoiling for lashings of the old ultra-violence.

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CPA National President Vinnie Molina (R) is also WA President of CFMEU Construction Division. He is with fellow commie book burner Bob Briton

Later, when members of the AFP were unwinding at a local bar they were subject to a flash attack in brought daylight by CFMEU thugs. One of those assaulted was an elderly man. The union hooligans did not concern themselves with such courtesies as not attacking women or the elderly. In the case of union organiser Luke Collier, he had done both. For his assault on the AFP members, he served three months jail while his compatriot Joe Myles was let off on a technicality.

There has been no shortage of CFMEU members mingling with Antifa at counter rallies against Reclaim Australia and the like. On the day of the Brisbane GD rally, however, it was clear that those unionists (sic) had been organised from outside. We lay the blame for that craven act of organised thuggery squarely at the feet of the terrorist Slackbastard.

Now more than ever those within the media, especially the ABC, should be put under pressure to reveal the unknown member of the Slackbastard group. It has become a matter of strong public interest to unmask this dangerous bigot. We have identified Professor Rob Sparrow from Monash University, a person with historical family ties to the extreme left, but now it is time to unveil the remaining Wizard of Antifa; the one who doesn’t mind getting blood on other people’s hands.

Doubtless, it was Slackbastard who was behind Dave Gullis’s criminal acts against nationalists on December 7. Yet, as we have argued, how does serving any of these globalist interests have to do with the workers?

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Unions, Antifa, John Safran and a very satisfied Slackbstard bravely watching it all from his monitor

TWENTY FIVE FANTASTIC THESES ON FASCISM: A REPLY TO SHANE BURLEY

TWENTY FIVE FANTASTIC THESES ON FASCISM: A REPLY TO SHANE BURLEY

Shane Burley of the Black Rose Anarchist Federation website has favoured observers of alternative politics with an article outlining his Twenty-Five Theses On Fascism.

By James Hillman

Without conducting a tedious point by point examination of his theory of Fascism in the post-modern era we will nevertheless confront Burley’s hysterical, reactionary screed on the historical continuity and mass appeal of so-called 21st-century neo-Fascism.

This brand of Anarcho-Idiocy should be laughed back into the oblivion of cyberspace by all right-thinking people, however, as we all know, the basic principles of this anti-Fascist argument are being adopted by globalist-capitalist public relations officers to further the interests of the international commercial elites.

It would appear to the casual reader that Shane Burley is singing from the same hymn sheet as the evangelists of hyper-consumerism, indeed his thesis puts him in a very safe space; his views would tend to endear him to the proponents of totalitarian humanism with their dreams of a global village inhabited only by consumers.

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Antifa: The guardians of the political vacuum caused by the retreat of the Left

These 25 talking points, even though they are repetitive and obtuse in parts scream Bourgeois adventurism with every line, Burley puts so many theoretical roadblocks in the path of grassroots radical action, applies so many caveats to working-class mobilisation that we might imagine him, in silk cravat and frock coat, swooning on his embroidered chaise through the effort of writing his polemic.

This brand of Anarcho-idiocy should be laughed back into the oblivion of cyberspace by all right thinking people, however, as we all know, the basic principles of this anti-Fascist argument are being adopted by globalist-capitalist public relations officers to further the interests of the international commercial elites.

The basic threads in this neurotic, overly tightly wrapped tapestry of nonsense are that Fascism is everywhere hoovering up doctrine and practical political measures from all tendencies; that even though the Left have all but submitted to the global money power and abandoned radical action the anti-Capitalist efforts of anyone not explicitly identifying himself as an Anti-Fascist must be de-platformed, physically attacked and, if possible, utterly destroyed.

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The neo-Fascist elements gravitating toward the Alt-Right are just as much blocking force in the road to radical change

Under Burley’s model it is forbidden to hold views which amount to a Third Position, it is unacceptable for anyone to  carry out activism in the political spaces lately abandoned by the Left; “Fascists” should be prevented at all costs from agitating against capitalism and war, for working-class unity or in solidarity with movements of national liberation in the Third World.

In essence, we have a theory which places the Anti-Fascists in the role of ideological squatters, a loose assemblage of people who occupy political spaces merely so that nobody else may utilise them to radicalise and mobilise the working class and marginalised people.

All that these Anarchists are doing is behaving in a manner identical to their globalist-capitalist sympathisers, this approach is akin to the mentality of the property speculator who buys up cheap apartments and leaves them empty as they appreciate in value; it drains his capital in the short term and denies working people a place to live, creating a social deficit in the hope of future profit.

In essence we have a theory which places the Anti-Fascists in the role of ideological squatters, a loose assemblage of people who occupy political spaces merely so that nobody else may utilise them to radicalise and mobilise the working classes and marginalised people.

The post-modern Left as exemplified by the Black Rose writers are holding political spaces aside for some future, utopian mass movement of a cosmopolitan character, in the process draining the political capital of the radical Left through their violence toward opposing tendencies and their tolerance toward, if not outright collusion with capitalist interests.

It is no wonder that Civic Patriot groups are intruding upon the politically vacant, yet energetically policed spaces notionally held by Anti-Fascists; for all Shane’s blather about entryism and co-option of Left tactics it is plain to see that the Civics are moving in upon a political vacuum, effectively a clean slate upon which to write their own dogma once the rabble squatting there has been run off.

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Team Idiot, the Civic Patriots, will take any opportunity afforded them, to muddy the waters and dilute the core nationalist message of White survival

There is a danger here too that other tendencies, with whom the Nationalists have much in common, in their efforts to take the reactionary anti-Fascists head on and break their hold on these spaces would similarly occupy them only to leave them ideologically vacant.

We refer here to the issue of subcultures and the club mentality, as opposed to radicalised cadres prepared to settle into the unflattering roles of, say, anti-war protestors, city councillors or grassroots advocates for the White ethnic group.

There is simply no time left for playing the Antifa at their own games, we cannot afford another fifteen year cycle of clubs and gangs, of edgy internet banter, ironic Roman salutes and any of the other artefacts of the great meme wars of the early 21st century, or the brothers wars of the 20th.

Anti-Fascists such as Burley rely heavily on strawman arguments, misinformation, fiction and the creation of satirical dramatis personae for publicly identifiable dissidents; the Fascists to which he refers are largely caricatures invented by the left for their own ends.

In reality we cannot fight fire with fire, we cannot adopt the same tactics used by the Anti-Fascists lest they produce identical outcomes; bear in mind always that the reason they adopt this hysterical, authoritarian position is that they are, in principle, totally against the idea of any form of politics at all.

We could point out here that the Australian pioneer ethos, that wellspring of the Australian Nationalist movements is fundamentally a form of Anarcho-Syndicalism and that, contrary to their utterances, the Anti-Fascists oppose any and all manifestations of that primal national character, that they are anti-political to the core and as such cannot ever fully occupy the political landscape and develop a coherent, much less a democratic movement.

It falls upon Nationalist dissidents and their allies to not only challenge these ideological squatters and enablers of the money power, to fight them for the power vacuums in post-modern politics, but it is incumbent upon us to radicalise and motivate our people to hold them and establish concrete political principles and a framework for collective action with which to fill the void.

There is simply no time left for playing the Antifa at their own games; we cannot afford another fifteen-year cycle of clubs and gangs, of edgy internet banter, ironic Roman salutes and any of the other artefacts of the great meme wars of the early 21st century, or the brothers’ wars of the 20th.

The time to move is now, the real Left is in retreat and the field of struggle is being squatted by ragpickers, retards and Bourgeois dilettantes, meanwhile immigrants flood in, the suburbs degenerate into something reminiscent of A Clockwork Orange and the globalist money men consolidate their power as they count their loot.

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Anti-Fascists refuse to confront the real problem because the solutions are incongruous with the arcane codes of conduct underpinning their fantasy world

A CREATOR’S VIEW ON THE FASCISM KERFUFFLE

A CREATOR’S VIEW ON THE FASCISM KERFUFFLE

By Reverend Cailen Cambeul

Church Administrator
Church of Creativity

Years ago some Leftard mob – probably SPLC or ADL or connected to them – did a chart from Extreme Left to Extreme Right. If I still had it, I’d show you, but I don’t, so my memory will just have to suffice.

Anyway, this Leftard chart was done like a Family Tree of Left and Right in the US; with basically the bad-guys – people like us – to the Right and what (((they))) consider to be the good guys to the Left. Anything to the Left of the Central Divide was considered (as you can expect) Progressive and the rest of us are considered Nazis. However, we are not Leftards – we are White Racial Loyalists (WRL’s) and so we would consider the chart (from the centre at least) to be a description of the most benign re the status quo, to the biggest threat to the status quo.

For example, National Socialist Movement (NSM) and KKK were not on the same branch of this family tree/chart, as they are different types of organisations with different origins and different goals. Although they were at approximately the same level in the Left to Right spectrum due to the fact that they are both American White Nationalist groups.

 

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Rev Cailen felt so strongly about this message he painted it on his own wall. Not really, but it looks it

And at the Extreme Right, beyond the NSM and the KKK, there were only two organisations. The first was the late Dr Pierce’ (now Reverend Will Williams’) National Alliance; beyond the National Alliance, there was only Ben Klassen’s Creativity. The difference being – we assume – that although Creativity and the NA are very similar in nature, the NA is purely American oriented, while Creativity is globally oriented … making Creators the Worst-of-the-Worst or Best-of-the-Best depending on your perspective.

We Creators and the NA had ourselves a good laugh and took it as indicating that we were so Extreme Right, that we were touching the Extreme Left. If that was indeed what the author intended, then he/she/it was correct.

NSM may be National Socialist, but they are merely neo-Nazis by today’s Leftard standards. (Not my choice, blame the Leftards for that one.) Another way to put it is that by Leftard standards, NSM falls into the American National-Capitalist neo-Nazi world. NA and Creators are Racial Socialist – NA by description (but never by name) and the Church of Creativity by deliberate choice. Both of our groups openly disagree with a number of policies advanced by the original German National Socialists – or Nazis – under Uncle Adolph.

We Creators and the NA had ourselves a good laugh and took it as indicating that we were so Extreme Right, that we were touching the Extreme Left. If that was indeed what the author intended, then he/she/it was correct.

However, like the original German National Socialists, both the NA and Creators are revolutionary in nature. We both take a lot from Orthodox National Socialism, just as we take a lot from Mosley’s Fascism and Mussolini’s Fascism. Creativity, in particular, takes a lot from Friedrich Nietzsche, to name one of many … and yet, neither Creators nor the NA uses the terms Nazi or Fascist for ourselves.

We do recognise that White Racial Socialism is good for the Nation State/White Racial State … along with small government, restrained capitalism for big-business, the right to work to build a home and keep what you earn, and naturally, a totally restructured tax system.

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There is no need to wear a mask! Unless you have one of these beauties

Some would be saying that it makes us Nazis because Hitler said this and Fascists because Mosley said that. We don’t consider ourselves Nazis and Fascists for the same reason we do not consider ourselves to be Liberal, Tory, Labour or Labor, Democrat, Republican, Marxist or of a Reddish-Green hue: We are simply not Nazis or Fascists, and nor do we ask you to be.

Creativity was designed for White people the world over, including awakened Whites in Europe. Unfortunately, there are very few fully awakened White people in Europe as the majority seem to want to be Tribal Nationalists still dithering about artificially imposed borders. Meanwhile, us Colonialist Whites who are no longer Scots, English, German, French, Italian or Spaniard, have moved on: We are European by blood and origin, but we have developed our own culture devoid of the petty bickering of old Europa. We are White Australians, we are White Americans, Canadians, New Zealanders and South Africans. We are White Racial Loyalists.

Each of our one-time Colonial White Nations has our own unique culture. If you know your history, it should be no surprise that the cultures of our independent nations are more alike – we can relate more to each other than we can anywhere in Europe.

We do recognise that White Racial Socialism is good for the Nation State/White Racial State … along with small government, restrained capitalism for big-business, the right to work to build a home and keep what you earn, and naturally, a totally restructured tax system.

And yet, for some strange reason, the majority of Australians and Americans – by far the two largest and closest groups – tend to ignore all that is great in their own cultures and dwell on rehashing the Fascism and National Socialism of a hundred years ago. And seriously … what the hell for?

For a few, I admit, it’s a genuine admiration – and here I’m talking about the genuine activists. For that few, it’s their way of life. Whether or not they are genuinely Fascists or National Socialists, only those few can really say. Regardless of their chosen label, what I do know is that they are genuine White Racial Activists whose only care is the here and now, and what is coming tomorrow.

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As for the remainder … they’re nothing but larping hobbyists who wouldn’t know the RaHoWa if a nigger bit them on the arse.

We are not retrograde Nazis or Fascists. Nor do we ask you to become retro Nazis of Fascists. The times have moved on. We have moved on. We are modern White Revolutionaries. In the words, Ben Klassen, “We neither want to impress you nor entertain you. We want to inspire you to become a Militant Activist.”

Recognise, understand and accept your own culture. There is absolutely no shame in being Australian or American. It is who we are. Learn from the mistakes of others. Don’t rehash the past, seize today. Australians, wake up and become Militant White Australian Activists. Americans, New Zealanders, South Africans, Wake Up … and while old Europa continues to haggle over treaties and borders, together we can win this Racial War.

RaHoWa!

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Forget Yockey, Australia had its own genius Fascist Philosopher