Who would you rather let into the country?
Or this girl?
The topic of Lauren Southern’s role in the alt light and the alt right is an interesting one, given that if she were to follow through with her conviction that we should secure the existence of our people, she should be at home making a future for white children. Yet despite the fact that We don’t need no help from women, Lauren Southern has done as much as anybody to highlight the plight of white farmers in South Africa through her documentary Farmlands.
These complexities are lost on the Australian government, which has become entirely beholden to Marxist and Muslim interest groups who view Lauren Southern through the infantile prism of “racism”:
“CONTROVERSIAL conservative activist Lauren Southern has had her visa declined by the Australian government ahead of a speaking tour later this month.
The 23-year-old Canadian is scheduled to appear in Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Sydney, Brisbane and Auckland alongside commentator Stefan Molyneux in a series of events hosted by Axiomatic Media.
The far-right internet personalities are well known for their outspoken views on issues such as immigration, Islam and political correctness. Ms Southern is a supporter of the anti-immigrant group Defend Europe, which attempts to block migrant ships coming from North Africa.
“Australia declines visa for Canadian @Lauren_Southern,” Sky News host Ross Cameron wrote on Twitter, posting a photo of an email to Southern from visa website VisaBureau.com.”
A tweet by Luke Izaac of Axiomatic Events, which is hosting the tour, sums up the injustice of this decision:
Here you go Australia 🇦🇺 Zero criminal record, zero history of incitement to violence, more defamation of her character by the hard left than I have seen on any Conservative speaker all year and still @Lauren_Southern is fighting to come visit #wakeupaustralia https://t.co/bce1kyp71o
— lυĸe ιzaaĸ (@lukeizaak) July 8, 2018
“The email said Ms Southern had applied for an Australian ETA, or electronic travel authority. “The Australian High Commission have advised that you are not eligible for this service,” the website said. “You may wish to consider applying for a Visitor Visa (Subclass 600) with the Australian government.”
On their Facebook page, the ironically named Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, (CARF) have stated “Seems like Southern applied for the wrong visa and is being made to apply for another.”
However, as reported by news.com, this appears to be a misrepresentation of the facts by CARF:
“According to the Home Affairs website, an Australian ETA is for “short-term stays for tourism or business visitor activities such as attending a conference, making business enquiries, or for contractual negotiations” and is “not a work visa”.
A Visitor Visa (Subclass 600), which costs between $140 and $1045, entitles the recipient to visit Australia “for business purposes” for up to 12 months..
Mr Izaak told news.com.au the pair had applied for Temporary Activity Visas (Subclass 408) — which would permit them to work and normally take 10 days to process — “months ago” but had been “stonewalled and stonewalled with no response”.
“One-and-a-half weeks ago they asked for a criminal record check. Neither of them have criminal records, they got those clean, and still no response,” he said.
“Her immigration lawyer advised them to get a temporary ETA so she and Stefan can at least be getting the lay of the land, having a look at Sydney Harbour Bridge, [go to] Cairns for a crocodile safari, to immerse themselves in the country before they speak about it, and hope the government comes through with the [408 visa].”
But Mr Izaak said even the ETA was denied.”
CARF are one of the main Marxist groups involved in organising, as stated on their Facebook page, potentially thousands of agitators to attempt to block access to the Molyneux and Southern events in Australia. If the Milo event in Melbourne is anything to go by, a massive and costly police presence would be required to quell the communist and anarchist mobs.
One of the key figures in CARF is the fanatical Marxist Debbie “Skeletor” Brennan, whose ugly mug has brought many hits to XYZ pages:
As for Australia’s fellow cucks across the Tasman:
“It comes after Auckland mayor Phil Goff last week banned the pair from all council venues, saying they “shouldn’t be used to stir up ethnic or religious tensions”, leaving the event organisers scrambling.”
The New Zealand government had actually been petitioned by an Islamic activist group to deny entry to Lauren Southern. Southern was denied entry to Great Britain on the grounds her involvement “in the distribution of racist material in Luton”, and London’s Muslim mayor, Sadiq Khan, who has previously stated that Donald Trump is “not welcome here“, has approved a childish protest against his visit this month.
And here we get to the crux of the matter. If you want to avoid stirring up ethnic or religious tensions there is an easy solution: Ban Islam and its adherents from your country. Islam is a foreign religion, a foreign political system, and its slaves are foreigners. Yet we let these foreigners into our country, who then agitate against the entry of our closest cousins.
The fact that the Australian bureaucracy has been so bureaucratic regarding Southern’s visa application demonstrates why Southern is doing what she does, and others, including those of us at The XYZ, do what we do.
Lauren Southern would not be considered a “controversial” activist if there were no Muslims in the West, if our governments weren’t letting in millions of people every year from third world countries, nor if the Western society we live in valued European history, culture and identity. More likely, if Western governments weren’t enacting policies which could lead to the demographic replacement of European people, and denying entry to people highlighting this fact, Lauren Southern would be sunbathing demurely on a Queensland beach, and I would be into my fifth hour of piano practice for the day.
Instead, the governments of Australia, Great Britain and New Zealand no longer represent the interests of their native people, and have thus lost their legitimacy.