Australia Sinks Even Deeper into Thought Control; German WW II Symbols Banned; Communist Symbols

Australia Sinks Even Deeper into Thought Control; German WW II Symbols Banned; Communist Symbols OK

Victoria to Become First Australian State to Ban Public Display of National Socialist Symbols


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The proposed laws, expected to be introduced to state parliament in the first half of 2022 with bipartisan support, will prohibit the display of swastikas and other “hate symbols” in public spaces.

The Australian federal police earlier this year called for a ban on “extremist insignia and propaganda”, The Guardian reported.

Alongside the ban, Victoria will introduce sweeping new changes to anti-vilification protections, which will be extended to cover areas such as “sexual orientation, gender identity and people with disabilities”.

The state attorney general, Jaclyn Symes, said that the new anti-vilification laws, along with the banning of National Socialist imagery, would “send a strong signal” to Victorians.

The Liberal member for Caulfield, David Southwick, agreed. His Melbourne electorate has a large Jewish population and Southwick said he had seen an escalation in recent years of the prevalence of “hate symbols”.

“A couple of years ago we saw a swastika painted on an aged care retirement home full of Holocaust survivors … and it’s not just an issue for the Jewish community, it’s right across the board,” Southwick said.

Last year, it was reported that a Swastika flag was flown over a home in north-west Victoria, with the local authorities unable to order its removal because it was legal.

“This abhorrent behaviour has no place in our state. The fact that you’re having to ban something that shouldn’t be happening in 2021 is quite sad, but it’s necessary,” Symes said.

Thursday’s announcement was widely supported by anti-White groups around Australia. Peter Wertheim, the co-chief executive officer of peak Jewish body the Executive Council of Australian Jewry, congratulated the Victorian government.

“New codes and symbols are continually being developed by hate groups and the legislation will need to be flexible enough to capture this,” he said.

“We hope the federal government will follow suit.”

The Equality Australia CEO, Anna Brown, also released a statement strongly supporting the move.

“We look forward to working with the government … to ensure the report’s recommendations are swiftly implemented,” she said.

So far, the new laws would only ban “hate symbols” in physical public spaces, although discussions will take place at a federal level with regards to online spaces.

Symes will be looking to engage the federal attorney general, Michaelia Cash, later in the year on banning internet distribution of these sacred symbols.

“I hope that other states will follow our lead … but I think anything that we can do as a nation to prevent these hurtful symbols and the messages that they convey should be considered by all states. We want to send a message to people that are flirting with neo-nazism that this is not something that Australia accepts,” she said.

Sault Cops Have Nothng Else to Do But Investigate A Swastika in A Snowbank

Sault Cops Have Nothng Else to Do But Investigate A Swastika in A Snowbank

Canada is becoming a cultural Marxist police state. Metro Toronto cops in uniform proudly prance about in the annual Gay Pride parade. Yet, from coast to coast, let there be the slightest peep of politically incorrect postering and, suddenly, the cops are called to “investigate” — not violence, but people’s thoughts and ideas. That’s a police state.

Things must be awfully quiet up in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario — no drug deals in back alleys, not burglaries. Or so it seems,
The Canadian Press (January 17, 2017) reports: “Police are investigating after a swastika was drawn in the snow on a woman’s front yard in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.

Const. Sonny Spina says it is not clear if the incident was directed at a particular person or group in the community.

Spina says a criminal investigator is following up with the complainant and people in the area. 

Police have not identified the homeowner, but B’nai Brith Canada columnist Sara McCleary says the swastika and a word, which she believes to be a sexist slur, were drawn in the snow on her front yard last Saturday evening.

Spina says investigators have no suspects, but are asking anyone with information to come forward.

McCleary says she took a photo to show her husband, then brushed it away. Spina says the swastika was gone when police went to investigate, but says a photo was supplied by the complainant..”

So, let’s get this straight: Someone drew a swastika and the mysterious word “cloop” in a snowdrfit on a woman’s lawn. She took a photo of the artwork with her cellphone and then brushed out  the evidence. So, where’s the crime? Nothing was damaged. So, it wasn’t even vandalism.

It seems that the police in the Sault have too much time on their hands. Maybe it’s time to save some money and cut staff.

Police investigating after swastika drawn in snow on front yard in northern Ontario

Police say they're investigating after a swastika was found in front of a woman's home in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.

Police say they’re investigating after a swastika was found in front of a woman’s home in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.