Food For Thought – Their ABC Neuters NSW Nats

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As a former Young Nat of the Victorian Nationals (2005 to 2007) I am somewhat dismayed as to how cucked the junior coalition partner has allowed itself to become in the current year:

But considering what Bob “The Lebo” Katter did last week I shouldn’t really be surprised by the tidal wave of cancer consuming Australian politics of late.

The ABC’s Alex Mann writes in this article:

Mr Jennings, the party’s former coordinator for Sydney metro region, wrote at length on his alleged treatment by the party, with the three-page letter outlining a number of complaints.

The letter also delved into immigration policy, with Mr Clifford writing “young white Australians” were rebelling against the “hopeless Coalition leadership that has dragged down Australia since the 1970s”.

“They see a grim future for themselves and their children, of becoming a minority in their own country,” Mr Clifford wrote.

“Opening Australia to mass third-world immigration is not ‘moderate’. It is extremist.

“The fact that this policy has been followed by the Coalition parties for the last four decades does not make it moderate. It is treasonous.”

To reiterate something I mentioned to a fellow XYZer the other day, The National Party should serve as a vessel to power for our pro-White compatriots (like the Republicans are in the US to some extent). Entryism on the part of /ourguys/ is how we fight back in the democratic process.

However, it now appears we are being banned from mainstream party participation (something which Bob Menzies couldn’t even do to the Communists with his 1951 referendum). This should genuinely alarm you!

The fact that popular nationalist sentiment held by many White Australians (who for the moment are still the majority in this country) are denied an ethnocentric voice in what’s meant to be their own bloody Parliament, tells me that armed enmity against our quisling “representatives” is only going to intensify.

Food For Thought.

  • Jon Smith

    Yeah….but next time you want to infiltrate and stack a mainstream political party, best not to tell the entire planet about it on social media. Simples.

    • Taipan

      Yes they should’ve been under the radar but the National Party wasn’t a bad idea. Typically more conservative than the Libs.

      • Jon Smith

        What’s the world coming to? Nationalists trying to infiltrate a party called The National Party.

    • Ryan

      To be fair the fellas had initially been flying covertly for a period. It was only after the Slackbastard dead-agenting sites got an ID on them that their shitposting got them targeted.

      • Jon Smith

        Slightly off topic, but am I the only one that thinks Antipodean Resistance is actually a false flag/psyops run by the other side in order to stir up hysteria about “actual” Nazi groups in order to shut things down? It just does not add up, their website is never down, never hacked, ToSed or DoSed, they commit fairly mindless acts of vandalism by putting their posters over working signs, no-one has ever been caught or linked to them? Just a thought. Anyways guys, put your posters over leftist stuff, not over things like National Park signs and such things.

      • Bumpstock

        Didn’t they post that dinner photo of themselves on GAB? FFS, be smarter. There’s always someone watching.

    • Bootstrapper

      Or, be completely open about “reforming” the party to get it “back to its roots”.

  • clemilf

    Hopefully when Oz has a ‘uge economic dehiscence “new Australaians’ will leave the party and return back OS

  • A deplorable NNYer

    I am glad that I left Australia in 2003.
    Back in 1996 I became a lapsed Liberal Part member. When Howard capitulated to the media mob after the Port Arthur shooting, I knew that Australia was going to end up in a bad shape in the long run!

    • James

      Since ’96 the powers that be know they can do anything to anyone or everyone.
      Not even any need to be polite.

  • James

    So the purge begins in ernest.

    The major parties are showing everyone their matching colors.
    And the minor ones are starting to dress the same too so it appears.

    • Bumpstock

      Yes. The majors are all the same. As per second sentence, even One Nation is playing into the “diversity” game with its denunciation of Fraser Anning.