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Diversity, Inclusion, Tolerance, And Attacking Jewish Kids

Its also most notable that those same silent minions of the Left are saying virtually nothing about the outrages being done in the name of Allah in the northern region of Iraq There will come a time when the USA will have to start using its air power and then the Left will be loudly denouncing them for doing so. But its all so sadly typical of an ideology that can no longer even tell the difference between being principled and being a “useful idiot” sadly if they were ever self aware enough to know the difference they would probably have to abandon their stupid leftist ideology as well.
Cheers Comrade Yale

The Red And The Blue

ANTI-SEMITIC ABUSE and threats to kill a busload of Jewish children on Wednesday have no place in Australia; yet fresh from their win against a repeal of S18c of the Racial Discrimination Act, the voices of the Left have remained mute. Jewish Australians are no less worthy of the open arms of this country than the Muslims the Left has thrown in its lot with. Regardless of the realities of Gaza, the Left’s silence over a vicious attack on school kids is obscene.

Tolerance. Diversity. Inclusion. The sacred mantras of the Left.

Everyone knows the story; Australia is a nation of immigrants. People who have fled countries ravaged by war, or from persecution, or the prospect of being tortured or killed in their homelands are welcome in our tolerant, diverse, inclusive country. Anyone from any corner of the globe seeking a better life and the Australian lifestyle is welcome here, they say.

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23 Comments

  1. Richard Ryan says:

    BIGOTS: A very Aussie trait, just ask the Aborigines.

  2. Iain Hall says:

    Sadly you never disappoint me when it comes to your Anti-Semitic leanings Richard

  3. Ray Dixon says:

    When I was at school there’d often be groups of dickheads boarding buses and trains and abusing any “wogs” or dark people on board. Threatening them. Even belting them up for just being a “wog” or a dark person. Then in the 80s I witnessed first hand a brutal and unprovoked race-based attack on some young Vietnamese people on a Melbourne beach. I called the cops. It made the news. So nothing much has changed, it seems, except now you and Yale are somehow using this incident to make political points against those who don’t agree with abolishing the Racial Discrimination Act. That’s a strange position to take.

  4. GD says:

    Iain’s also saying:

    the Left are saying virtually nothing about the outrages being done in the name of Allah in the northern region of Iraq

    What have the leftards got to say about that? Why all the selective indignation?

  5. GD says:

    Ray’s comment:

    those who don’t agree with abolishing the Racial Discrimination Act

    The majority of the population voted to remove this vile, totalitarian piece of Keating legislation. Unfortunately Tony Abbott has cowtowed to the Muslim 2% minority. Spineless.

  6. GD says:

    Ray reckoned:

    When I was at school there’d often be groups of dickheads boarding buses and trains and abusing any “wogs” or dark people on board. Threatening them. Even belting them up for just being a “wog” or a dark person.

    Hyperbole much? Or should that be hyperbowl?

    and just for a laugh..

  7. richard ryan says:

    MEMO TO GD: Imagine if this was a bus full of Aborigine or Muslim children, the ghoulish media and GD would be speechless. Now as MIKE would say F##K OFF.

  8. Ray Dixon says:

    Had a bit of a rant last night did you, GD? Still unhappy living in Western Sydney among the “Islamists”?

    the Left are saying virtually nothing about the outrages being done in the name of Allah in the northern region of Iraq. What have the leftards got to say about that?

    I’m not a “leftard” and I can’t speak on behalf of everyone that is not occupying your same extreme right-wing space, GD, but I’ll give it a go: Iraq is imploding. What did you expect would happen when any semblance of a structured society was blown to the shithouse? They have reverted back to their tribal insticts and are using this void to exploit their (very minor) religious differences to go berserk and take control. We have discussed this before; it is not the religion that they’re really fighting over – they are just fighting and killing because they can.

    The majority of the population voted to remove this vile, totalitarian piece of Keating legislation

    No they didn’t – that’s crap. The Racial Vilification Act was not an election issue – well, not in the minds of probably about 98% of the population.

    Hyperbole much?

    Just calling it that doesn’t make it so. Where were you in the 50s & 60s? On what part of the Oz continent were you growing up that didn’t see racial tension and racial abuse against the “wogs”? Oh, that’s right … Far North Queensland. I guess even the “wogs” wouldn’t go there.

  9. GD says:

    The Racial Vilification Act was not an election issue – well, not in the minds of probably about 98% of the population.

    98%? how do you know that? Liberal voters were well aware of it. I’d have a much better idea of conservative voters’ views than you Ray: a rusted on, Labor left wing, union supporting, muslim apologist.

    Think about it.

  10. GD says:

    Far North Queensland. I guess even the “wogs” wouldn’t go there.

    Wrong again, Ray. NQ had a far larger population of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders than most other states. As I’ve said before I lived around the block from several Aboriginal families. For a couple of years at school they were my best mates and best antagonists, as only best mates can be when you’re ten years of age. Wogs? You’ve got to be joking. All my classes had more Italians and Greeks than Abos. In the 60s in Townsville it was multi-culti heaven. Lots of schoolyard taunts, back and forth, but general goodwill. Of course everything evened out on the footy or cricket field. Even the hockey teams sorted out the players from the wannabes and cowards. I was a coward. I thought I’d mention that, as I know how much you respect the game of hockey.

    There were taunts but never about racism, more likely about being fat or stupid or ugly or whatever kids could think of to be cruel. Racism? Sure, a kid would be called a wog. but racism, hate? Bullshit.

    We sat in 35+ pupil classrooms in 30+ degrees heat and everybody sweated and stank the same as everybody else. A bit hard to be elitist or racist when the sweat is dripping off you after a hot lunch hour collecting the paper and scrap bins. Once a fortnight that was each class’ civic duty.

    OH&S would have a field day with that these days.

  11. richard ryan says:

    “Had a bit of a rant last night did you, GD? More like a wet-dream—-dreaming of those music molls, he dipped the wick into.

  12. Iain Hall says:

    Richard I’ve seen a picture of your wife, so maybe you should think twice before you knock GD on those terms…. 😉

  13. Ray Dixon says:

    Well Qld was alawys behind the likes of Melbourne & Sydney and I don’t expect the same urban pressures would exist in what is a relatively small place like Townsville. But in the major capitals I can tell you it was like a war zone. “Wog Wars” we called it.

  14. Iain Hall says:

    Ray
    in terms of accepting communal diversity we were clearly way ahead of you southerners because NOT having “wog wars” is actually a good thing.

  15. Ray Dixon says:

    Nah, I just think you didn’t have as many up there, Iain. After all, where do you think they mainly got off the boats that brought them here? Hint: It was not in Brisbane. Not surprisingly, the European immigrants arriving post WWII didn’t actually venture all that far from their point of disembarkation. About as far as they could walk in a lot of cases.

    Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying the anti-“wogs & dagos” era of the 50s & 60s showed us Victorians in a good or bad light. It’s just that it’s the inevitable initial back lash against ‘people who look different’. Much like you & GD are doing with ME immigrants today. As I said, nothing much has changed.

  16. Ray Dixon says:

    98%? how do you know that? Liberal voters were well aware of it. I’d have a much better idea of conservative voters’ views than you Ray

    Sorry, my mistake, GD. The opinion polling showed that 88% of people believed that sect 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act should not be changed. So I don’t know how you can say a majority of Australians voted for the change at the last election.

    Of course, you didn’t put up a link to support your outrageous claim so neither did I – but mine exists, yours doesn’t.

  17. Iain Hall says:

    Ray

    Nah, I just think you didn’t have as many up there, Iain. After all, where do you think they mainly got off the boats that brought them here? Hint: It was not in Brisbane. Not surprisingly, the European immigrants arriving post WWII didn’t actually venture all that far from their point of disembarkation. About as far as they could walk in a lot of cases.

    With respect Ray that’s rubbish, You forget that I was one of the post war migrants, you also don’t seem to realize just how many “wogs”took up pursuits like farming sugar in north Queensland, further we have just done the multicultural thing better up here than you lot do down south, which I think to some extent is because we don’t have the same instinct for tribalism that is so evident in the footy culture of your own state.

    Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying the anti-“wogs & dagos” era of the 50s & 60s showed us Victorians in a good or bad light. It’s just that it’s the inevitable initial back lash against ‘people who look different’. Much like you & GD are doing with ME immigrants today. As I said, nothing much has changed.

    The difference is though Ray that neither”Wogs or Dagos” ever took to killing in the name of their god.You see I don’t see any evidence of strife from immigrants from the middle east when they are not Muslims frankly I recon if we are to accept any from Iraq it should be those poor sods on that mountain rather than any follower of Allah

  18. Ray Dixon says:

    Iain, We have had more trouble in Australia from immigrants arriving from Europe and England. Heaps more.

  19. Iain Hall says:

    Really Ray?

    Well where are the drive-by shootings by Italians or Greeks and where is the twitter postings of a grinning wog holding up two severed heads?

  20. Ray Dixon says:

    Iain, I said “We have had more trouble in Australia from immigrants arriving from Europe and England”. An immigrant commiting atrocities in Syria is not the same thing.

    Anyway,

    where are the drive-by shootings by Italians or Greeks and where is the twitter postings of a grinning wog holding up two severed heads?

    Are you kidding me? You don’t think the Italian Mafia has shot, murdered and butchered anyone – on Australian soil? Look, I’m sure that if I really tried I could dig up quite a few grizzly examples of immigrants from Europe & England commiting equally (if not worse) vile crimes on Australian soil than the one you cite above. Come on, think about it, we’ve had some real sickos over here too.

    My point remains, Iain. We have had far worse problems from European & English migrants than we have had from immigrants from muslim countries. Yet you’re demonising ME immigrants based on the actions of a few (overseas) while ignoring the atrocities and crimes of other immigrants committed in Australia. Killing Australians. Setting up organised crime etc.

  21. Ray Dixon says:

    Here’s one of your Ten Pounders. Iain:

    John Wayne Glover ~ ‘The Granny Killer’

    British-born, Glover was one ex-pat we could’ve done without. ‘The Granny Killer’ emigrated to Australia in 1956 where he first settled in Victoria, then New South Wales, earning his nefarious nickname during the late ‘80s when he savagely murdered six elderly women.

    Glover generally took to his victims with a blunt instrument such as a hammer, frequently finishing the act by removing their pantyhose, strangling them with it, and relieving their bodies of what little money they might have had.

    Charming type, eh? Why did we ever let the English in?

  22. Iain Hall says:

    Yep he’s a bad egg Ray but then I think this is woprse despite a lack of fatalities:

    Racist rapes: Finally the truth comes out

    By Miranda Devine
    July 14 2002
    The Sun-Herald

    So now we know the facts, straight from the Supreme Court, that a group of Lebanese Muslim gang rapists from south-western Sydney hunted their victims on the basis of their ethnicity and subjected them to hours of degrading, dehumanising torture. The young women, and girls as young as 14, were “sluts” and “Aussie pigs”, the rapists said. So now that some of the perpetrators are in jail, will those people who cried racism and media “sensationalism” hang their heads in shame? Hardly.

    The journalists, academics, legal brains and politicians who tried to claim last August that the gang rapes of south-western Sydney were just a run-of-the-mill police blotter story being beaten up by racists, scaremongers and political opportunists don’t ever want to acknowledge the truth about that ugly episode in Australian history. They don’t want to acknowledge the fear and tension that ran through a part of Sydney they rarely visit and can never understand.

    This newspaper was the first to report the story, which had been common knowledge in police and media circles, and it has never censored the race element.

    Even last week, with the conviction of two brothers for their part in the gang rape of Miss D, who was 16 when she was held at gunpoint in a Greenacre park, there were media outlets that downplayed the story and air-brushed race from it.

    Yet the victims have been crying out for the truth to be told. In court on Friday, one victim gave another a card on which she had written

    “Truth is Justice”.

    In August, when Judge Megan Latham handed out laughably lenient sentences to three men in one gang rape case, which were later more than doubled on appeal, she made a special point of debunking the race link: “There is no evidence before me of any racial element in the commission of these offences,” she said. “There is nothing said or done by the offenders which provides the slightest basis for imputing to them some discrimination in terms of the nationality of their victims.”

    Except that later one of the victims complained her victim impact statement had been “censored” of any “ethnic” references by prosecutors intent on a plea bargain. She was convinced she was raped because of her ethnicity. “You deserve it because you’re an Australian,” the rapists told her during the five-hour attack.

    It’s just so inconvenient of the victims to insist on telling the truth.

    “I looked in his eyes. I had never seen such indifference,” one 18-year-old victim, codenamed Miss C, told the court, remembering one of the 14 men who called her “Aussie pig”, gang raped her 25 times over a six-hour period in Bankstown and Chullora, and then turned a hose on her. “I’m going to f*** you Leb style,” he said.

    Fourteen gang rapists have been convicted, or pleaded guilty, thanks to the courage of seven victims who testified for days in court as their tormentors smirked nearby, the men’s families threatened them and defence lawyers suggested they had enjoyed the rapes.

    “They’re very brave, very strong and very courageous young women,” said Salvation Army Major Joyce Harmer, who held the hands of many of the victims through the trials. “They knew this was something they had to do.”

    There were encouraging signs by the end of the week that some Muslim community leaders were talking of “Muslims accepting responsibility that they may have failed to do things that would have prevented these things from happening”, as Amjad Mehboob, chief executive for the Federation of Islamic Councils, told ABC Radio on Friday.

    Keysar Trad, vice-president of the Lebanese Muslim Association, said: “It is certainly a disgrace to our community that people who were born to a Muslim family would commit such heinous crimes.” But he went on to say it was “rather unfair” that the rapists’ ethnicity had been reported “because these boys themselves have completely disaffiliated themselves from their culture or their religion”.

    Yes, it is unfair that the vast bulk of law-abiding Lebanese Muslim boys and men should be smeared by association. But their temporary discomfort may be necessary so that the powerful social tool of shame is applied to the families and communities that nurtured the rapists, gave them succour and brought them up with such a hatred of Australia’s dominant culture and contempt for its women that they think of an 18-year-old girl, dressed for a job interview in her best suit, sitting on a train reading a book, as a slut.

    These were racist crimes. They were hate crimes. The rapists chose their victims on the basis of race. That fact is crucial to this story. If the perpetrators had been Anglo-Celtic Australians, the furore would have been enormous. No newspaper would have left out that fact and you can bet the guilt and shame would have been spread far and wide.

    http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2002/07/13/1026185124700.html

  23. Ray Dixon says:

    I don’t know if that’s “worse” than brutally murdering 6 eldery women, Iain, but both examples go to prove there are bad elements in ALL immigrants.

    Which was my point exactly.

    Your point is …………….. what?

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