Axiomatic Events Refuse To Pay $68,000 Extortion Money To Communist Victorian Government

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Taxation is theft, and charging people money for a service that their taxes are supposed to pay for is double theft. If there is a group of violent extremists who threaten violence or inflict violence upon you every time you express your views in public, and you are charged without your consent for protection from said terrorists, this is called extortion.

In the communist state of Victoria, the organisers of the Milo Yiannopoulos speaking event in Melbourne in December 2017 and the Stefan Molyneux and Lauren Southern speaking event in July 2018 were extorted by the government of Daniel “Dick Ears Dan” Andrews.

Dick Ears Dan.

But where there are communists, there are always freedom fighters. Axiomatic Events, who organised the Molyneux and Southern tour, have announced their refusal to bend the knee via the following press release:

The key point is this:

The Andrews government has the gall to call this ‘user pays’ policing, but the reality is that it’s victim-blaming. Our event was a normal sized crowd in a venue that routinely hosts such crowds. We broke no laws and went above and beyond to cooperate with police, and greatly appreciate the work they do. But if Police Minister Lisa Neville is looking for creative ways to fundraise for Victoria Police she can keep looking. The fair and just way to go about it would be to issue a $1,000 fine to every thug who blocked the highway, who abused & intimidated the mums, dads and kids who came along, who damaged private property and turned Melbourne into a Berkeley war zone. Sending us the bill for their lawlessness appears to be simply enabling the Thugs’ Veto.

The Thugs’ Veto is extortion.

This action by Axiomatic Events is vital, as we must challenge the legal precedent which would be set if conservative speakers were forced to pay for their own protection. Furthermore, as there are a number of conservative speakers schedule to visit Australia in coming months, including Nigel Farage, Gavin McInnes, Ann Coulter and the return of Milo Yiannopoulos, challenging this extortion now is essential if free speech is to remain actually free.

The current state of affairs in Victoria, is that Antifa and the ironically named Campaign Against Racism and Fascism (CARF) are essentially a paramilitary enforcement brigade of the communist Labor government’s protection racket and the Cultural Marxist status quo: Anybody who speaks out publicly against this status quo is threatened with violence or assaulted, and extorted for the privilege. Antifa are agents of the state.

Still not convinced? Think about what would happen if the police didn’t show up.

We outnumber them.

It would only happen once.

To fight the Thugs’ Veto, you can sign the petition here.

  • Enlightened Truth Seeker

    Quite right. Axiomatic had arranged for security who would have been more than capable of defending the event had they been unleashed to deliver instant justice.

    Meanwhile, the police spent their time harassing good honest folks who were engaging in a lively debate with the communist filth. Absolutely disgusting.

  • entropy

    Extortion is a criminal offense.

    This should not be a petition to exempt victims from illegal and political punitive fines, but a petition to criminally charge those police responsible in accordance with the rule of law.

    Not to mention that ignorance of the law should be grounds for summary dismissal when your job is to uphold the law.

    • Jai_Normosone

      This just comes back to the old riddle:
      Q: Why does the government hate organised crime?
      A: They don’t like the competition.

  • Mattys Modern Life

    The answer is simple, tell the police to not show up and make it very public that we have requested they don’t turn up and will organise our own security.

    Get 100-200 lads there early and as soon as Antifa turn up we make them regret it.

    As you say, it would only happen once.

    • Jai_Normosone

      I’m getting hot & sweaty (in a good way) just thinking about that… 🙂

  • Shosshannah

    Good people will obey the police. They are nice persons, I know a few.

  • Gary Slenders

    I bloody love it how when I look for reports on TV about this I hear complete silence. Instead they are all too focused on discussing in minute detail a rail proposal that will never get built (fortunately as it would send Australia bankrupt three times over in the process)
    I still am seething over the comments by Commander Tim Hansen that deliberately mislead the public into believing that those attending were as equally guilty as the Leftist protesters in the violence, justifying their presence. Good on Axiomatic, I signed the petition.

    • James

      Welcome to the reality of the socialist state. It’s where we’re at.
      “Government” itself is conspicuously ungoverned. Arrogant, lawless and expansionary. The state of desirable basic functions most would happily contribute for such as public hospitals, general schooling, pensions, roading, water and electricity etc are a joke. Don’t even mention an accessible justice system focussed on upholding liberty and property rights.
      The state’s out of control. Too busy pursuing grand moral causes and virtue signalling interested only in it’s own existence. All the people it comprises of along with all the rentseekers it maintains have become a parasite monster.
      It doesn’t serve the common man anymore.

      I’d wager people of eastern europe and parts of asia last century would find today’s Australia eerily familiar.

      • Jai_Normosone

        It’s part of the thinking of governments when applying the “user pays” principle:
        (Said in the voice of Sir Humphrey Appleby) “Those taxes that we used to take from the people that were used to pay for essential services and infrastructure can now be forgotten as being used for those purposes now that ‘User Pays’ has come in. The people are now used to and expect to pay that money because they’ve been doing it so long that they’ve forgotten why they do it. The new way to charge people for services that they used to get for free allows us to spend the original monies on what we want instead of what they need.”

  • James

    Yes the public service love their idea of “User pays”. The user already paid for them via taxes but they conveniently forget that. The public service pressure governments to pass bills “they’ve” requested and even drafted banning normal human activities without licence or permit and then charge fees for issuing such “permissions” and call it service provision.
    It’s all extortion.

    Regarding the matter of this demand for Axiomatic to pay for this public service, did Axiomatic request a special police presence? If not I fail to see how there can be any validity to the claim.

  • Ugh. That release was basically written in crayon. And I suspect by a north American. It certainly does not sound Australian. Or educated, tbth.

    Now, seriously. A legal precedent is a decision of the Courts that will be repeated for similar fact cases in future. Cucking out by paying the bill would not set a “legal precedent” but a “cucking precedent” that only Cucks would be expected to follow.

  • Jai_Normosone

    Link to the petition? The one in the pic is for the picture itself.