Australian Protectionist Party officials have been advised of comments by a NSW police spokesman in a radio interview, where it was stated that police would “crack down” upon any Australian youths attacking foreigners on ANZAC Day. Whilst it is quite correct for the police to take appropriate action against anyone committing assault, it appears that in this instance Australian youth are being targeted.
The police should be “cracking down” on anyone who initiates an assault, but what about cracking down on those Lebanese gang thugs who have threatened to attack Australians? Anti-Australian comments from police representatives indicate a mindset of pre-judging situations. For example, if Australian youth are caught fighting Lebanese gang thugs (in self-defence), will it be the situation that the Australians are prosecuted whilst the perpetrators are let off?
This situation is reminiscent of the Cronulla Troubles, where Australians were arrested even just for carrying sticks, whilst Lebanese thugs were allowed to publicly gather in a Sydney park, then head off in car convoys and rampage through several suburbs, bashing and stabbing Australians – and the police had been told not to intervene.
It sounds as if there is a political motivation behind this. Political multiculturalism dictates that Australians are to be discriminated against: to suffer anti-white racism under the guise of “affirmative action”, to suffer anti-Australian propaganda dressed up as “multicultural education”, and to suffer the loss of their freedom of speech under “political correctness”.
The APP plans to expose any anti-Australian behaviour from government bodies, especially those prompted by political machinations from the anti-Australian politicians in the current Labor government.