Infiltration: A story of communism and socialism on campus

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David

From the Trotskyists of the Socialist Alternative and the Greens, to the Stalinists of the various communist societies and clubs such as the Adelaide Communist Club and the Maoists of the Confucius Institute, the Australian university experience is peppered with socialists and communists of varying persuasions. Such a powerful stranglehold of socialist and communist influences has inevitably resulted in a toxic degradation of university life, once a place of learning throughout all faculties with varying perspectives encouraged, now reduced to small hold outs in STEM fields.

Now socialists have gained influence to such a degree where they can openly intimidate opposition and visiting politicians alike, without any professional or social repercussion (see video below). But it doesn’t have to be this way. Shortly I will discuss some methods by which conservatives and centrists can resist the infestation of Socialism on our campuses and restore them as places of dialogue, not conflict.

According to SAlt, this is perfectly acceptable.

As conservatives, we have several actions we can conduct to resist the scourge of Socialism on campus:

During student elections, I urge all university students reading this to vote for a conservative party, regardless of how trivial it feels. By exercising your democratic voting rights, we will be able to resist the rise of Socialism on campus by peaceful means.
I implore you to report any misconduct or harassment by socialists to the appropriate university authorities. I myself have been intimidated and singled out by Socialist thugs who have labelled me as a “Nazi,” (whilst ignoring the leftist economics of the national socialist regime and freely posting the flag of a nation which pillaged and raped my people, on their social media). Such reports were taken seriously by the university which conducted appropriate action.
I ask all of you to take such resistance beyond the campus halls. Whether it is something simple like posting social media posts or writing articles and blogs on sites such as XYZ, or something large such as holding counter rallies and protests, we all can push back against the pandemic of leftism in modern society. Other writers on this very site have explained the inner workings of the Socialist Alternative and other organisations thus allowing you, the reader, to better understand your ideological rival.

It’s too long that far left extremist groups have been tolerated on campus.

We must let the all of these groups like the Socialist Alternative, the Disarm campaign, Socialist Alliance and others, understand that we won’t stand for their conduct and disorderly behaviour, nor their intimidation, slander and harassment of conservative students and staff.

We must resist their dominance and censorship on and off campus, and make such resistance a regular part of our lives as opposed to a side show in our schedules.

Signing out…

David

  • fimbulwinter

    Fire up the helicopters… Or just rip down and scribble over their propaganda posters.

  • R-M420

    The Left thought it may be a good idea to start brainwashing even earlier – hence the “safe schools” implementation. The Soviet Communist Party would’ve been proud of Australia in 2018, heading towards the “bright future”. Part of the said future is “friendship of the people” nomenclature – a multi-culti utopia, also part of the Communist agenda. Might as well cal Oz the Union of Australian Socialist Republics and be done with it.

  • thegentlemantroll

    Why are the lecture audience in the video so passive and not pushing back?

    • David

      Personally I am trying as hard as I can:
      Without giving away my identity to the internet and by extension the Socialist Alternative themselves, here’s a sample of what I have done.
      i. Ripped down 40 of their various propaganda posters.
      ii. Debated with members of the Socialist Alternative both in person and across the internet. I also found out that they’re the worst debaters ever, one of the guys resorted to deploying ad hominems within the first argument he made.
      iii. Voted for conservative groups within the university
      iv. Provided information on SAlt and others to such groups and others against the Socialist Alternative
      v. Reported any violent behaviour within campus to university security.
      vi. Reported an attempted slander of a professor to legal services.
      vii. Called the police on a particularly loud and aggressive protest.

      • thegentlemantroll

        That’s great if you do whatever you feel you can. What’s worrying is the idea that campus authorities and the police are also working with the left in a more subdued way. I wonder if the only way to stop the hard left is to employ their own tactics against them, like disrupt their lectures, plaster anti-left posters everywhere etc. The anti-left side need to show confidence in their own position

  • Taipan

    Forget being a Conservative – they’re all cucks

    • David

      If I can persuade even one single person to stay away from the literal death cult that is communism, it would be, in all honesty, worth all this struggle.

      • fimbulwinter

        Good luck but they’re too retarded.

  • David

    Hey guys, thanks for all the discussions, if there is anything else I can do to stem the rise of communism on campus please inform me as a reply to this comment

    • Jai_Normosone

      This kind of behaviour is exactly one of the reasons why I don’t go back for more study.
      I go to Uni to LEARN and anyone who gets in the way of that becomes the focus of my attention. It costs far too much in time and money to go to these place to have retarded deadshits like these come in and inflict their ideals and opinions on me without employing reasonable argument or discussion.

      With the lights of in that room, some of those pricks (even the girls) would have had serious trouble breathing right after a few select hits to the right places – and there’d be no photographic evidence to prove otherwise.