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Far-right, or do you just disagree with them? : Comments

By William Hill, published 2/12/2016

Anyone who didnít know better would think Turnbullís conferring with his conservative parliamentary caucus is tantamount to Churchill cosying up to Oswald Mosley or George W Bush negotiating with the Klan.

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In today's world, there's no longer a left or right. Just an up or down, good policy versus bad policy! Sometimes manifesting as visionary leadership; and or, more often than not, what you can expect, when the inmates are in control of the asylum or the pigs in control of the animal farm?

With the biggest fattest pigs of all manifesting in extreme capitalism, with its ponzi schemes, short selling, and manipulated markets/colluding cartels and gold plated price gouged service that eliminates the very cornerstone of capitalism, free market competition!

Simply put, far right should instead be read as far king wrong! Which given endemic duck shoved responsibility. Needs to be replaced with pragmatism and visionary policies, which by and large, eliminates most (do nothing) "australian" politicians and or (no can do) "australian" parliaments!?

Whose vision hardly ever goes beyond selling our heritage, national estate or economic sovereignty to the lowest bidder at bargain basement fire sale prices?

Agree, disagree?

WTF does it matter? Nothing of note changes or gets done!

I mean The issue of the day denigrated to diabolically dumb (FAR RIGHT) Back Packer tax!

And when every boy and his dog knows these folk spend/leave all their money here, whether they earn some or all of it here!
Alan B.
Posted by Alan B., Friday, 2 December 2016 9:34:48 AM
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Only the far Left - the current day Labor Party, the Greens - calls conservatives far Right in Australia, and there is no difference between far Left and far Right when it comes to freedom.

Violence? Well, in Australia, the violence clearly comes from the Left, and these thugs are not prosecuted, the latest case occurring at parliament house; the thugs were told by Federal Police that no charges would be laid, and they were back again the next day, looking for another hug from the extreme Left's Senator di Nasty, no doubt.

There is no indication of a 'rise' of any far Right here. We have been controlled by the Left for decades; and with the most Left leaning leader of the Coalition ever, the rot continues. The courts are loaded with activist Lefty judges, as is the public service. There is no activity in Australia remotely reflecting conservatism, let alone far Right activities.
Posted by ttbn, Friday, 2 December 2016 9:44:26 AM
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None so blind as those who will not see!
Alan B.
Posted by Alan B., Friday, 2 December 2016 10:09:56 AM
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This reference is very much about the intrinsic propensity for the use of violence by those on the right side of the culture wars divide. The person who produced it is now the Chumps principal advisor.
http://www.torchbearermovie.com
Meanwhile, as far as I know all of the alt-right heavily armed "patriotic" militia movements in the USA are very much on the right side of the culture wars divide.
There was of course a huge surge in the numbers of these outfits when Barack Obama was elected.
And of course the Chump played to their grievances during his erection campaign.

And, as far as I know if Killary had won the election it seems as though a civil war may have occurred.
Such a scenario was openly stated by at least some of those on the alt-right side of the culture wars divide.
Posted by Daffy Duck, Friday, 2 December 2016 12:17:17 PM
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In my lifetime the most violent attacks on political rallies have been those of the ratbag left/greens on rallies by Trump & Hansen.

I find it hard to see how any reasonable lefty could be other than ashamed of the company they keep.

One other point, Hitler was a little more green than he was right. It was the National Socialist German Workers' Party or Nazi party he led.
Posted by Hasbeen, Friday, 2 December 2016 12:49:13 PM
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ttbn,
True enough, the UPF, Reclaim and so forth have never initiated violence or public disorder, in 100% of cases it's been the ALP aligned and Trades Hall sponsored goons who've attacked first; what's more the Left regularly beat up journalists, photographers and innocent bystanders who look at them the wrong way.
I've been at all the recent Victorian rallies, on both sides of the Police lines, the only time I really felt concerned for my own safety was at the Coburg riot, when I was among the so-called "Anti Racist" crowd.
All the "right wing" groups named in this article are either non political social clubs like the UPF, old school "push" type gangs like True Blue Crew or liberal party satellites in ALA, One Nation, Party For Freedom and so forth.
Guess how many recruits we Nationalists have gained from the much hyped "far right" activities of the past 18 months?
Three, so far.
So that's three people out of several thousand possible converts who participated in the Reclaim movement who have been able to accept our pro-White, ethno-nationalist message.
Kind of makes the hysterical reaction from the media, the mainstream politicians and social justice groups seem a tad out of proportion, doesn't it?
Maybe it's actually all about them and not really about us at all?
Posted by Jay Of Melbourne, Friday, 2 December 2016 12:59:01 PM
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