Anti-Australians have used threats to the manager of a Wagga Wagga inn to pressure the cancellation of a talk, due to be given by Australia First Party President Dr Jim Saleam.
A booking was to be made at the Astor Inn at Wagga Wagga in the NSW Riverina region, which hosts conventions, for a talk covering the so-called ‘far-right’ and its fake news character. Locals had already expressed a large amount of interest in hearing Dr Saleam talk.
Dr Saleam intended to address the media’s conspiratorial trend of fanning a folk-devil in an ill-defined threat posed by a disparate group of non-left actors it has lumped together as ‘the far-right’. The media has used hyperbole, exaggeration and lies to play up the threat of this ‘menace’ and have seemingly done so in coordination with government and law enforcement.
However, when the Australia First Party agent arranged to pay the deposit, she was told the manager “refused to confirm the booking”. Later, he admitted that he had caved under pressure from a number of threatening callers. He told an AFP representative, “Sorry, there has been many calls — some people are interested in having the meeting cancelled.”
One of those is the perennial ruling-class anarchist Professor Rob Sparrow of Monash University. Born into a wealthy family of left-wing extremists, Rob has been a noted figure on Melbourne’s anarchist underground for years. As editor of the Slackbastard blog, he had been riling up aggressive sentiment towards the talk, which he has publicised on his social media.
The bad news for them is that the talk will go ahead, and any threat of violence from Antifa or locals with a connection to Communist-Chinese organisations will be met head-on, so we’re told.
The Australia First Party and its President will not be intimidated by anti-Australian rabble. All true patriots in the Riverina Region should make this meeting their number one priority as a matter of civic duty.