Author: bilal-cleland

The depravity of arrogance: Forcing debit card on the unemployed

There is profit in poverty.

“During the welfare card trials, Indue has received between $4,000 to $10,000 for each participant in the trial, even though the Newstart allowance is less than $14,000 per year. Certainly, there are start-up costs involved in servicing this type of program, but up to $10,000 for a private company to manage an account only worth up to $14,000 annually raises questions of whether the Indue company is the most cost-effective option for this scheme.

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The fears of the white supremacists

“Right-wing extremists have been responsible for 100% of terrorist attacks on US soil since end of 2017 and 73% of all extremist-related murders during the past decade. “
Although such extremists have long advocated race war, a new element is now involved. The conservative mainstream is being increasingly linked to the fringes, as we saw in the Sydney CPAC.
“…the difference today is that their views have been readily disseminated by the internet and put into the mainstream by Trump and the right-wing media industrial complex, which together validate “white genocide” and “white replacement” conspiracies.

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Srebrenica 11 July 1995: The White Genocide

July 11 1995 at Srebrenica, UN peacekeepers opened the way for Serbian Chetnik killers to carry out the murders of some 8000 boys and men whose only crime was their religious affiliation.

The International Criminal Tribunal judge Fouad Riad described the barbarity in these words;
“Thousands of men executed and buried in mass graves, hundreds of men buried alive, men and women mutilated and slaughtered, children killed before their mothers eyes, a grandfather forced to eat the liver of his own grandson. These are truly scenes from hell, written on the darkest pages of human history.”

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Understanding Islamophobia and what to do about it

Lopez discovered that its first uses in print came more than a century ago when, in 1910, two French writers described the experiences of African Muslims under colonial rule using the variation”Islamophobie.”(Lopez 2011).

These usages were iterations of judeophobie (which later became “anti-Semitism”) and xenophobie, or xenophobia.……………….in describing the circumstances of West African Muslims whose lives were governed by an overbearing French mission.

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The Spoiler: White supremacy harnesses the fear factor

Now a similar tactic is being used to harvest the preference votes of the various extreme right wing parties, using fear and hatred of refugees and Muslims as political weapons.

 “Islamism” has replaced Communism as the fear factor.

The preference deals of the various white supremacists or pro-fascist parties in the May 2019 election, show how strongly they oppose the socially inclusive political parties such as the Greens and the ALP.

These splinter parties, all of them supporters of the Liberal-National Coalition, exercised undue influence in the elections, especially in Queensland.

They are taking on the role of the DLP in maintaining conservative rule.

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