LISA NEVILLE MUST RESIGN
For gross violation of public trust - and racism
Harry Richardson is a long-time student of Islam and author of best seller, "the Story Of Mohammed - Islam Unveiled', http://thestoryofmohammed.blogspot.com.au
Imagine the scene. A bunch of young, tattooed guys are hanging out in a local park. A girl walks past on a footpath.
“Hey you!” Screams one of the gang “Get down on all fours when you walk past us to show some respect.”
The girl refuses. “I’m not going to do that,” she says, “I have every right to walk past you.”
“Do it now bitch!” screams the guy pushing the girl, “or I’m going to bash you.”
At this point, the police, who are in the park intervene. “Please can you do as he says Miss,” says the policeman. “We don’t want any trouble.”
The woman refuses to walk past the men on all fours despite the police and the gang of thugs insisting that she does.
One of the thugs then assaults the police and has to be subdued with capsicum spray.
Later on that night, the Police Minister comes on TV to criticize the woman for “inciting violence,” and tells the audience that her behaviour is unacceptable.
Does this sound far-fetched to you? It shouldn’t - particularly if you live in Victoria.
Yesterday, a white man was apparently filming a group of men who were playing soccer in a park in Victoria. The men playing soccer were of African appearance. Filming people in a park is not illegal. There is no reason why it should be.
For some reason, the men of African appearance did not like being filmed and began threatening the white man. The police were in the park due to incidents of violence and robbery the day before.
The ABC forgot to mention that the violence and robbery the day before were carried out by “youths of African appearance” who enriched beach goers by smashing a bottle over one man’s head and stealing the belongings of people who had gone for a swim.
The police instructed the man to stop filming, but he refused. At this point, members of the African group are not just threatening the man, they are slapping him and his camera which should constitute assault.
According to the ABC report which can be viewed here, one of the African men then assaults the police and has to be subdued with capsicum spray. This was apparently caught on camera too, but the ABC decided not to show that part.
Their ABC forgot to show this bit
The ABC report then quotes the Victorian Police Minister:
- Lisa Neville praised police on their response to the incident, and warned that "racism itself does not make any of us safer".
"People who attempt to incite — whatever their background — incite violence … should be held to account by police and the law," Ms Neville said.
WTH? We all understand that day to day policing involves keeping the peace and trying to diffuse potentially volatile situations. However, the core job of the police is to ensure that citizens can go about their legal business without being threatened with violence.
The police had every right to ask the man to stop filming. However, he was not breaking any law. The African group were breaking the law by assaulting him.
The police had an obligation to prevent this. No matter what re-enforcements they needed to call in, it is essential that the police do not cede control of our territory to gangs or groups other than the democratically elected Government.
If they do capitulate to threats of violence, society will begin to rapidly break down. If you want to know what that looks like, perhaps you could visit Haiti, Sudan or Afghanistan.
It is the core expectation that citizens are entitled to have of the police. That they will “do whatever it takes” to ensure that the law is upheld.
Lisa Neville has betrayed this trust. She has blamed the person who was legally going about his business for, “inciting” violence and she is threatening that people who take such action in future will be “held to account by police and the law.”
The idea that the police and the law will be used against people who are not breaking the law should send shivers down anyone’s back.
Ms Neville made no such threat against gangs who used violence and threatening behaviour to get their own way. Her statements are an utter disgrace. She has betrayed the law-abiding people of Victoria and should immediately be removed from her position. African gang violence is an escalating problem in Victoria in particular.
This is not the fault of the police, it is the fault of our immigration policy. However, if the police fail to retain control of our public spaces then our society will fail and will rapidly sink into the violence and squalor which characterises the African nations that these migrants fled from.
No greater catastrophe could befall our society.
One thing Lisa Neville did get right was her assertion that "racism itself does not make any of us safer."
Let’s be clear here. Deep seated racism underlaid this whole incident. Imagine for a second that roles had been reversed. Imagine that a group of burly white boys had been playing soccer on that foreshore and a couple of black kids had been filming them.
Imagine that the white boys had begun screaming at the black kids and threatened and assaulted them. What would have happened? How would the police have reacted?
I am pretty sure that every single one of the white boys would have been rounded up and probably tasered too.
They would have been arrested and charged with “hate speech.” They would have been held without bail and tried by a judge who would have given them the harshest penalties available (and complained that he couldn’t give harsher ones).
The ABC article would have been completely different too. The black boy filming wouldn’t have been a “far right activist.” He would have been a “courageous freedom campaigner bravely exposing the evil racism of white people.”
The police who asked him to stop filming him would have been portrayed as racist oppressors of his basic human rights.
They wouldn’t have focused on those members of the group who were “attempting to defuse tensions.” Instead they would have focused on the rest of the group who were causing the “tensions.”
And the video would have been edited to only show the white boy attacking the police.
As Lisa Neville correctly asserts, this evil anti-white racism is not making us safer. It is pernicious and is taking hold right through our society. It has to stop. Our schools and universities have to be forced to stop spewing this hateful anti-white racism.
Members of the Police, Government and public broadcasters should be forced to resign, just as they would be for any hint of racism against non-whites.
If we don’t do that, our society will break down and become a living hell for all of us, whatever our skin colour.