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Friday 5th of March 2021 (UTC)

Suresh Rajan – Page 3

Pretty poor judgment by Keenan, not by Aly

Michael Keenan is our Justice federal minister. I have had dealings with him going back to when he first stood for Parliament. At that time I was President of the Ethnic Communities Council of WA. He approached me with his then campaign manager. We sat in my office and examined the ethnic diversity of the […]

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Response to Peta Credlin on terrorism

In May 2013 Princeton University’s Loon Watch reproduced the FBI’s examination of the terror acts that had occurred between the years 1980 and 2005. This is a 25 year period and would have a substantial basis in any statistical analysis. The purpose of the study was to examine what the motivation was in respect of […]

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These are the parties looking for your vote but should not get it on July 2

Certainly not, if you have an interest in community harmony and social inclusion in Australia as one of your priorities! They are openly racist and usually very Anti-Islam. This is far from a comprehensive list and I am sure there are a number of others that have disguised their blatant racism in terms of a […]

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“Faux outrage” in response to Diversity Council of Australia document

I have a confession to make before I start this article. I have used the term “Guys” in referring to a group of my colleagues/friends/associates/acquaintances. But I have noticed in most of my writing (on Facebook and elsewhere) that I have substituted “Folks” as my preferred term in addressing a group of people of mixed […]

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It does not pay to be racist

There are many people out there who send me emails and Facebook posts accusing me of “social engineering”, “political correctness” and all variety of society destroying activities as I have attempted to raise issues of vilification and discrimination on the basis of race, religion and other ethno cultural attributes. It has often been hard to […]

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Fostering diversity in the WA police force

The Community Development and Justice Standing Committee of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly recently released its report into “An investigation of the measures WA Police has in place to evaluate management of personnel”. The report is titled “How do they manage?” That report is accessible here: For those of you who wish to examine that […]

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Why I do not and will not tolerate tolerance!

This was the passage in the story that got me thinking about tolerance and related matters: “Speaking from the US earlier on Saturday, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said Friday night’s football match was not “the time or the place” for such comments. “I don’t believe that those sentiments add anything to the debate about what […]

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Spotting White Supremacists

I have written before about the white supremacist groups here in Australia. I was trawling through the Internet last night and came across this rather handy guide about some of the numbers that may be significant in identifying this cohort of society that defies polite description and identification. “Numbers used by some white nationalists in […]

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Yet another Australian based Neo-Nazi group emerges

Where does it stop? Another day in paradise and the emergence of another Australian based Neo-Nazi group. This one is named Battalion 88. I have written before as to why these groups use numbers such as 88 and 14 in their names. Some combine the two and get additional “bang for their buck” by having […]

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Talking to my Country – The book that every Australian should read

For a long time I have wondered about Stan Grant and his recent profile in respect of Indigenous issues and matters of race. My feeling was (and it appears that of a number of friends of mine) that this was somehow a recent phenomenon that we were witnessing. How wrong we were. I have just […]

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