Politics Aussie Fascists and Nazis

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Chugging Adrenochrome
Dec 1, 1999
AFL Club
Nothing to worry about. Our comrade socialists have only the good of the proletariat on their minds.

A cache of leaked audio recordings and internal files gives an unprecedented insight into the white supremacist group [The Base]'s nascent Australian operation. The recordings are of interviews in which local applicants are vetted for membership, and they include at least three men expressing support for the New Zealand mosque massacres.​
The Australians who have attempted to join The Base include former federal One Nation candidate Dean Smith and Grant Fuller, a self-professed leader of The Lads Society, one of the country’s biggest neo-Nazi groups.​

Potential recruits to The Base, “James Jameson” and Grant Fuller.

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Vermin Exterminator
Aug 1, 2008
Post-Modern Clown-World
AFL Club
Western Bulldogs
“If you catch 100 red fire ants as well as 100 large black ants, and put them in a jar, at first, nothing will happen. However, if you violently shake the jar and dump them back on the ground the ants will fight until they eventually kill each other. The thing is, the red ants think the black ants are the enemy and vice versa, when in reality, the real enemy is the person who shook the jar. This is exactly what’s happening in society today. Liberal vs. Conservative. Black vs. White. Pro Mask vs. Anti-Mask. Vax vs. Anti-vax. Rich vs. poor. Man vs. woman. Cop vs. citizen. The real question we need to be asking ourselves is who’s shaking the jar… and why?” Shera Starr

Good Horse

Premium Platinum
Sep 21, 2019
AFL Club
Well I for one am shocked, shocked to find neo nazis behind the anti-lockdown protests.

So sayeth Harrison Maclean, organiser of the recent rallies in Melbourne, and according to himself “I have one face. This is it. I am not Far-Right. I am a Libertarian Populist, and I support Freedom of Speech,”

But dig a little deeper

“We have a LOT of very NORMIE people coming in from banners and [Facebook] groups that are not ready for the JQ yet, and may attack us as highly anti-Semitic and stop promoting us all together to their friends and family,” he wrote.

The members of his group, he wrote, “are new to this side of politics and discourse” and were “not comfortable” with “the idea that Hitler had some good points ... or that they are a major controlling force in the world”.

We start at ‘Dan Bad’ and go right through to “No Coercive Vaccines” and get into the Pedo suppression orders and NWO agenda and One world government as a concept to be opposed,” he wrote, echoing a laundry list of baseless and antisemitic conspiracy theories that have found a fresh audience during the pandemic.

“I wish it were different [but] we need to take it one step at a time.”

And yes, JQ means the "Jewish Question"

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