In February 2011, the federal government announced yet another policy to shore up their flawed ideology of political multiculturalism. Calling it “The People of Australia”, their spiel is that this “new” policy is one “which reaffirms the importance of a culturally diverse and socially cohesive nation” – blatantly ignoring the fact that their importation of massive numbers of Third World immigrants has created ethnic ghettoes, no-go areas for Australians, and increased street violence against Australians. Hardly creating a “socially cohesive nation” – unless you were taking a leaf from the lying authoritarian government of George Orwell’s “1984” book; a model which the multicultural fascists certainly seem to draw inspiration from.
A key element of this political policy is the creation of “a new national partnership to develop and implement a comprehensive National Anti-Racism Strategy for Australia”. Of course, as anyone with a decent knowledge of the Orwellian tactics of political multiculturalism would be aware, “anti-racism” is normally just another way of saying that they will be targeting anybody of European descent who complains about the negative effects of multiculturalism and Third World immigration.
The government’s new “National Anti-Racism Partnership” is planning on using “the existing expertise on anti-racism and multicultural matters across three government departments – the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC), the Attorney-General’s Department (AGD) and the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA) – together with the Multicultural Advisory Council (AMC) and the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC)”. Apart from giving a bit of insight into just how far the Orwellian tentacles of Big Brother have been spread throughout the public service, one shudders to think how much money is being constantly spent on so-called “anti-racism” across all government departments. The Multicultural bodies are, of course, a colossal waste of money that could have been better spent on hospitals and education, whilst the Orwellian-named “Human Rights” bodies are far more interested in taking away people’s rights and having them jailed or fined for speaking their honest opinions in public. Yes, Australia is becoming more and more like a fascist state every day – and you are paying for it, both in terms of loss of freedoms and the government taking money out of your pocket to fund its propaganda.
It was announced that the government’s new “Anti-Racism Partnership will comprise of “five key areas of effort”. However, you need to read between the lines to see what they are really up to:
* research and consultation [developing anti-Australian propaganda]
* education resources [creating delivery tools for propaganda]
* public awareness [a mass propaganda offensive]
* youth engagement [brainwashing innocent school children with an anti-Australian political ideology, using psychological propaganda methodologies]
* ongoing evaluation [making sure their propaganda is working – and wasting heaps of taxpayer dollars whilst doing so]
This new anti-Australian propaganda offensive is scheduled to be launched around July 2012 with various aspects of the campaign to be implemented from 2012 to 2015.
The government will be holding what they loosely call “public consultations” across the country from March to May 2012 “as part of developing the Strategy”. What they really desire is to hear from their fellow-travelers about how terrible “racism” is in Australia and how they can use that as an excuse to stop freedom of speech and oppress any Australians who have the temerity to complain about the social disunity, destruction, and dispossession caused by political multiculturalism and the related immigration disaster.
The events are free to attend, but require registration. Dates of the “consultations” and registration details can be found on the website of the “Human Rights” Commission (not to be confused with the Gestapo or KGB). Many of these events will be hosted by each state’s own multiculturalism policing body (most named something like “Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission”, “Anti-Discrimination Commission”, etc.) – just to prove that it’s not just the federal government that can waste money on political propaganda and anti-freedom machinations).
Date Location Time
22 March Hobart, Tas. 4pm – 6pm
30 March Broadmeadows, Vic. 10am – 12pm
30 March Kalgoorlie, WA 10:30am – 12:30pm
10 April Mildura, Vic. 1:30pm – 3:30pm
11 April Shepparton, Vic. TBC
11 April Alice Springs, NT TBC
13 April Perth, WA 10am – 12pm
13 April Mt Gambier, SA 11am – 1pm
20 April Darwin, NT TBC
20 April Townsville, QLD10am – 12pm
23 April Brisbane, QLD 2pm – 4pm
23 April Adelaide, SA11am – 1pm
24 April Adelaide, SA 5:30pm – 7:30pm
26 April Canberra, ACT TBC
27 April Wagga Wagga, NSW TBC
3 May Dubbo, NSW TBC
8 May Parramatta, NSW 4pm – 6pm
Let us be in no doubt as to what lies at the heart of this dangerous new government strategy. Remember, anti-racism is code for anti-white. The politically correct zealots behind government “strategies” like these are interested in one thing: to continue to build their multicultural Utopia, whilst doing whatever they can to diminish or silence any opposition to it. These folks do not believe in the traditional race-based nation-state and they seek to further diminish Australia as a predominantly European-based monoculture. To them we’re not a NATION made up of a PEOPLE, we are nothing but a SOCIETY made up of a POPULATION. They themselves have been brainwashed with pro-Multicultural politically correct dogma and they are determined to foist their values on Australian society, especially on our children.
The government’s anti-racism “strategy” is not designed to protect the interests of white people. It is purely to protect ethnic minorities, because as is human nature, ethnic minorities are admittedly, more likely to face racism. And this is the same for ethnic minorities everywhere in the world.
Three of the five “key areas of effort” include education resources, public awareness and youth engagement. Like typical socialists and social engineers, there will be a strong emphasis on promoting the wonders of “diversity” to the next generation, whilst preaching about the evils of “racism”. The politically correct zealots want to impose their pseudo-morality, emphasising that precious ethnic minorities must never be subjected to any adverse thought.
And with great community angst about the impact of Islam on Australian society, no doubt the “anti-racism” strategy will likely be extended to religious minorities also. It will be implied that all races, cultures and religions are of equal value to Australia and that we must “tolerate” them all, even when it is bleeding obvious that some may be considerably incompatible with Australian values and the Australian way of life.
Following these community consultations, there will no doubt be “recommendations” presented to the government, which will probably include further strengthening and widening of racial vilification laws and further removals of free speech and expression. Australians will be wrapped on the knuckles and condemned for being a horrible, evil racist nation and there will be calls for more money, more resources and more brainwashing put into combating the horrendous social evil of “racism”. More than likely the “recommendations” will have Australia go the way of the UK or Canada, where the totalitarian politically correct nanny state is even more advanced, and freedoms restricted even more than currently in Australia.
Activists may wish to attend these community consultations to ensure that nationalist perspectives are presented and so that self-interested ethnic minorities and also politically correct zealots don’t have it all their own way. You should emphasise your strong conviction for preserving freedom of speech and expression and strong opposition to the government brainwashing our children and to racial vilification and so-called human rights laws that inhibit our freedoms.
The Australian Protectionist Party is not encouraging people to dislike or disapprove of members of ethnic minority groups. What we are opposing is any attempt to brainwash the public with pro-Multicultural propaganda, to further impose the “Nanny State”, to waste public money on social engineering or to deprive Australians of our inherent rights to freedom of speech and expression, which means the freedom to criticise races, cultures, religions or government policies that we may not approve of.