Last weekend saw another anti-mosque protest in Bendigo, this time by the UPF (United Patriots Front), , mostly ex-military out of towners who are using the anti-mosque sentiment in Bendigo for their own purposes . It appears that while actual Bendigo citizens joined the rally, some of the Bendigo anti mosque action groups distanced themselves from this subtle take-over. One of the typical signs of any protest movement are the splinter groups which eventually result. The UPF itself being a splinter group of the more moderate Reclaim Australia.
All things being equal, though, all these groups have a common goal of trying to prevent the spread of Islam in Australia, as it has begun to reveal itself worldwide for the violent hate cult it really is . While the military posturing and patriotic flag waving might be unpalatable and offensive to middle class sensibilities, so far it hasn’t actually harmed anyone, which is more than can be said for the aggressive and violent left wing black bloc in particular
On the other side of the fence (or bridge in this instance), a leftie group from Melbourne ,called No Room for Racism, which drew attention to itself at the last Bendigo protest in August by being violent, intolerant and aggressive, culminating in the burning of an Australian flag and the resulting scuffle which led to the use of pepper spray by the police.
It’s interesting that the left wing protesters were easily kept in check by the police behind the bridge in Rosalind park so they were unable to confront the UFP, even thought here are plenty of ways to enter the park from the other side and if they had been real citizens of Bendigo they would have known this.
Because of the amount of drama caused by No Room for Racism in August, they could only attend the latest rally by coming up with a new name : Bendigo Action Group are basically the same people as No Room for Racism, a group which is rumoured to be founded and funded by socialist party Yarra City counciller Stephen Jolly. Many of the same faces that have turned up at protests in the last 4 years were also seen in Bendigo on the weekend, including, notably, the politically neutral Kenji Wardencliffe (of Wardencliffe photograpy) who was there to take photos .
Here is an example of his work and the cognitive dissonance it captures perfectly :
I contacted Bendigo Action Coalition (who should more aptly be named Melbourne Controlled Opposition) on their Facebook page with the question of the connection between Stephen Jolly , No Room for Racism and Bendigo Action Coalition). The question was deflected by the use of several fallacies and now I am not able to post on their page anymore, another typical example of leftist free speech in action. Why not just answer the question with yes or no rather than making a huge song and dance ? I guess the answer to that is obvious : I got too close to the truth.
Here are the screen shots, one contains a draft of my reply and the other what I actually ended up sending which got me banned from posting on the page, confirming the old Communist proverb : ” We believe in Free Speech as long as you agree with us, if not we shut you up and kill you.”
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This seemed appropriate.
;Anoun E Moose maybe we ought to take this opportunity to compile a list of all the .net sockpuppets that we know of and do a bit of a purge of our friends lists if we have any of them left. good way to stop them from doxxing us. i know a few of them: grumpie katter, end nine-eleven, web bridge, anders tucker, simon dicko, aqua ruis. all that come to mind at the present, anyone know some other ones they use?
Moo Kau yup
“Anoun E Moose?” and “Moo Kau”, wow, they so sound like actual real names! These two sockpuppets also use these pseudonyms in real life, as they do not have the guts to reveal their legal names to other activists, most likely because they have something to hide, yet they are quite happy to attack others for wanting to be anonymous online and have done so repeatedly. If nothing else, the hypocrisy of this is astounding
“Purge of our friends list if we have any of them left” Probably not many real friends but mostly sockpuppets.
Anybody worked out who Crazy Cat is yet?
Once again Facebook being used against its users, looking more and more like the matrix all the time.
Are you going to wake up once you have to plug a cable directly into your brain to use Facebook?
The frog boils slowly.
The huge controversy over plans to put a mosque in Bendigo have caused a Facebook page opposed to the plan wiped out literally overnight.
In case you are wondering why this site is not taken down, its because its hosted in Texas where people are armed to defend freedom of speech.
This is why Islam is the enemy, an enemy of free speech an enemy of open debate, an enemy of freedom.
The funniest thing is our critics cant decide whether to call us right wing or left wing.
We are accepting all content opposed to the building of Mosques in Australia.
So one of the biggest stories in technology in the last year or so has just happened. A small company called Oculus wanted to make an attempt at a Virtual Reality (VR) headset, nothing new here various IT companies have been trying to make VR a commercial success for more than 20 years. What was new was the mode of funding and the ultimate purchaser. Kickstarter,( which was normally used by small player to get some money to record a CD, write a book, or produce a small gadget) was used to acquire 1.2 million USD for Oculus development version VR headset (AKA goggles). One of the biggest kickstarter projects ever. From all the hype generated the dying dinosaur Facebook smells the blood in the water and buys Oculus for 2 billion dollars. Depite the Kickstarted backers getting the prototype VR headset as promised, a lot of backers were really angry, they felt that they were supporting an independent company not making a R&D donation to the oh so creepy Facebook.
What does this mean?
Kickstarter has had its day, people will no longer want to donate to companies unless it really a forward purchase. Other companies like Kickstarter are emerging and now and will offer a shareholding in new companies.
Crowd funding will become crowd micro investing.
Oculus will be associated with the creepy surveillance of Facebook.
Facebook will probably ruin the potential Oculus like some many previous failed attempts to make people use VR. Farmville in 3D really has very little extra appeal.
It’s no surprise that this happened when corporations got their hands on free money
Sony have similar VR project , but have none of this baggage and may just be more successful because of the negative publicity gathered by the aforementioned rogues.
An interesting experiment…
A chilling conclusion from some insightful analysis.
On Facebook more followers means less people are likely to respond to what you are trying to convey.
The more you pay to promote it, the worse it gets.
Oh that’s a deviously twisted ploy.
So not only is face book a spying tool where you volunteer information about yourself, your messages are filtered partly by technical constraints and partly by a ham fisted (possibly deliberately underhanded) grab for money. We have reached ‘peak Facebook’ hopefully it will go the way of Myspace and slowly fade into obscurity.
Ironically someone will share this on facebook and the 2 other people on facebook might look at it.
P.S. get a blog, built in spell checker, formatting options, and its not that much harder to use, and you get search engine traffic.
Lets assume rape is a disease, certainly many of the symptoms of rape are recognized diseases and disorders, sexually transmitted infections, PTSD, anxiety disorders, just to name a few.
Using the disease paradigm what classifies a disease as common or rare? prevalence in the community obviously and the statistical chance of suffering the disease.
A common disease would be for example the common cold, almost everyone has experienced this disease.
A disease to be considered to be rare affect less than one in 100 people.
If we assume the statistics in the above censored meme are true, this would clearly show that rape is a rare disease not a common one as some people claim.
The rape culture meme that is circulating is really terrorism, terrorizing women into thinking their risk of being raped in college/university is more than 400 times the actual risk they are facing.
It terrorizes the men who aren’t rapists by falsely painting them as rapists.
This dubious ‘statistic’ is part of the false rape claim industry.
Women who claim to be raped, who are later conclusively proven to have lied about the accusation are usually not prosecuted, even after they have destroyed someone else’s life, career and reputation.
Rape culture is a weapon against men.
In rape it is guilty until proven innocent, proving that you are innocent of anything is difficult, which is why the judicial system assumes innocence in almost every other case.
Julian Assange who is effectively hiding in an embassy in London is a victim of the false rape claim culture. We will likely find in the future that the women who are claiming these ‘rapes’ we pressured into this by third parties with an agenda against Assange. In fact some claims already point to this.
How could you prove in a court of law that you brushed your teeth this morning?
What evidence do you have than would stand up in a court of law?
If you want to attack a man, who you can’t find at fault in any other way, cry rape.
Feminism; lies and terrorism.
In the recent ADF sex film scandal, was the reason men were making the films of sexual acts to prove their innocence and that the encounter was consensual?