Kev says

Take Back Australia … Reject Socialism

Turn anger into focus

I feel this is an appropriate time to make mention of the riots in UK and wish our friends, families or colleagues well.  We hope the situation is closed down soon and the people can feel safe again in their homes. 


The rioting that is occurring there is not so far out of the question over here.  We only need to think back to 2005 and the Cronulla riots, it started with a minor incident between initially 2 volunteer surf lifesavers who were assaulted by a group of young men of Middle Eastern appearance, with several other violent assaults occurring over the next week. These incidents were widely reported and commented on by the Sydney media.  Initially a peaceful crowd gathered in the morning of 11 December 2005 and by midday,  approximately 5,000 people gathered at Cronulla beach to protest against a recent spate of violence against locals.

However,  fuelled by alcohol,  the crowd turned to violence when a young man of  
“Middle Eastern appearance” was spotted on the beach.  He was surrounded by a crowd outside a local hotel and attacked. Retaliatory riots also took place that night and on subsequent nights, resulting in extensive property damage and several more assaults, including one stabbing and even some attacks against ambulance and police officers.

This in Cronulla was because of words exchanged between a couple of guys, it was that easy for this kind of incident to start, when people feel they are backed into a corner.

Now we have a particularly volatile situation occurring in Australia, where people have grown angry with the Government, frustrated at the way their local Labor MP’s have treated them, and are scared at the state of our economy, the fact they will be taxed unfairly with a Carbon Tax,and an Australian Government are refusing to listen and are spending money wildly.  As I say this can be a volatile situation and we all need to be aware of it and look to try to calm people as much as possible, showing that peaceful protests are how things will be achieved, and can empower them again,  or we have lost our way.

People have a right to be angry and should vent that anger in constructive ways, we have been doing a great job to date and that goes for each and every one of you, but now we are hearing and feeling the heat of anger spreading more and more with every lie this Government pits out, and we have every right to be angry, but remember the reason they continually lie, is they are losing, although they have the power to do almost anything they want, or so they think, we now know their own parties, MP’s are fighting against them behind closed doors now and more and more of the public are rising against this Government and their continuing failures.  We are winning the war, if not the battle.

I urge all of you on here to stand up as the voices of reason among the growing anger and convince people to direct their anger into supporting the rallies and marches.  To be proactive and to tell them what we are achieving rather than what we haven’t been able to do yet.  To explain this had to be aimed at winning the war, for Oakeshott betrayed Lyne and the rest of Australia when he sold his soul to Labor instead of remaining Independent, it is due to him the Government could not be dislodged from power, and so we had to aim at ensuring we put pressure on to prove to them this country does not want a Carbon Tax, and  for them to go ahead with it will only lead to their political oblivion come 2013.  Regardless of this , the people who have been fighting against this Government, are asked to assist in defusing any situations that could spark a riot or we will have all lost, especially our communities, our families, and our friends

Let’s keep up the Good fight

Regards Kevin

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09/08/2011 - Posted by | politics

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