The recent demonstration in Melbourne by the Australian Defence League highlights an interesting contrast in Australian politics.
At the protest were two opposing ideological forces.
On one side was a group which was opposing the development of an ideology which is steeped in opposing women’s rights in many areas, which makes homosexuality an offence punishable by death, and which promotes the severing of people’s hands as a way of punishing criminals. This first group was the ADL.
On the other side was a group, largely comprised of extremist socialists, which was full of people who would usually identify themselves as supporters of women’s rights, homosexuals’ rights, and prisoners’ rights; but not in this instance. Why not?
The fact is that the extremist socialists, along with their inter-related multiculturalist and globalist allies, are engaged in an undeclared cultural war against traditional Australia; even if this means giving direct or indirect support to ideologies which seek to destroy Australia as we know it.
Such globalist extremists are intent on swamping Australia with Third World immigrants, many of whom bring with them cultures that are at odds with our traditional way of life, including ideologies that are anti-democracy and anti-freedom. The self-hatred of the globalist extremists for white western nations is so deep-seated (possibly even pathological) that they seek to destabilize and destroy entire nations and peoples, as part of their attempt to bring about their deeply-flawed vision of a globalist world without borders and without demographic diversity.
The Australian Defence League obviously has good intentions in their quest to halt the threat of extremist Islam and the spread of Sharia law. The intentions of the globalist extremists are questionable, to say the least.
The advent of the ADL can be viewed as part of a general patriotic upsurge against the globalist extremists who seek to destroy our way of life. Defending the Australian way of life is an honourable cause and anyone who does so is to be congratulated on standing up for Australia.