The Daily Telegraph has expressed puzzlement that despite X-amounts of sightings of the swastika flag being flown in NSW, nobody has yet been locked up.
Their surprise is underscored by the outrage of the local Christ-killing community that wants every kind of law there is to reflect its phobias, anxieties and prejudices by locking up people for perfectly legal activities.
By that, we mean, for flying the swastika in their own home. Talk about a victimless crime. Talk about something which isn’t EVEN a crime. Well, not yet anyway — but in Jewish parlance it is a ‘hate crime’, and they’re simply waiting for the signature on the bill to pass through parliament so they can run into police headquarters with their bulging files of offenders, screaming about the Holocaust, six million dead relatives and demanding racial justice. Oh, and they’re also waiting for the introduction of the bill, they’ve no doubt already drafted it but they have to find someone – possibly a Liberal MP – who’ll float it on the floor.
But again, it’s not illegal. That’s something these hoity Heebs might want to consider before making any more noise – they should consult the courts about how pleased they’ll be adding to the congestion in a rush to lock up people who hurt our feelings. This is without getting into the whole it’s-an-ancient-Indian-symbol thing.
Anyway, continuing our report on their report, the article, which is crayon-up-nose journalism for chroming casualties, we quote, “Now there are growing calls for the government to stop this growing ‘racist cancer’ in NSW”. We can guess where these “calls” are coming from. It would be simpler to just send all the Jews to Israel via a one-way stopover in Palestine flying Air-Disaster. Seriously, what is this “racist cancer”? Half the goops who fly the swastika are only doing so to be ‘edgy’, and most people haven’t the slightest clue about National Socialism anyway. That nitwit in Wagga Wagga certainly didn’t and nobody even knows what was the story behind the one in Newtown.
We dissuade folks from parading those symbols because they aren’t ours but they are just symbols after all. What is a symbol anyway? It certainly can’t kill. It is less than an idea it is a highly complex area of suggestion where there is no fixed meaning. A trademark is a symbol but it’s usually specific to a business and signifies the services that a company or business provides. If you want to take it to its semiotic conclusion, a watch is a symbol too.
Anyway, back to the article which goes on to quote section 93Z of the crimes act that says nothing about flying swastikas:
“However, under Section 93Z of the Crimes Act, which was introduced in August 2018, it is an offence to publicly threaten or incite violence towards a person or group on the basis of race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, intersex or HIV/AIDS status with a maximum penalty of three years jail.
However, it is understood not a single charge was laid in relation to the incidents despite the documents also suggesting a rise in anti-Semitic conduct.”
For the love of God, that’s because it’s not illegal! Plus, see how many times you can use the word “However”. The journalist not only has limited intelligence but a scant vocabulary into the bargain.
We will let them go on even though we hate lifting quotes and pasting them:
“The NSW Attorney-General’s Department documents recorded incidents of Nazi flags up to April 2020, with five occurring in 2018, 23 in 2019 and three this year.
The documents were released to Upper House MLC Walt Secord from the Attorney-General’s Department and the NSW Police Engagement and Hate Crime Unit after “protracted” discussions with the Department of Communities and Justice.
Five of the 25 released pages handed over were kept concealed.
Mr Secord, who is the deputy chair of the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Israel and is in the process of converting to Judaism, has been calling on the government to investigate ways to ban the public display of Nazi flags since mid-April.”
OK, this obviously will help with his conversion. This will please the rabbi. Fuck you, Mr Secord, and may camel semen spread all over your breakfast cereal.
“Mr Secord said the suggestion anti-Semitism was on the rise made it paramount that action was taken swiftly.
“It is very clear that the Berejiklian government is doing little to respond to this racist cancer in our society,” he said.
“It is extraordinary and damning that there has not been a single person charged under the laws introduced in 2018.
“The Nazi flag is an emblem of genocide and racism. The decision to fly a Nazi flag is a simple expression of hatred.”
Of hatred against whom, Mr Secord? How do you propose the prosecution state their terms in court? Find a person who is ‘offended’, or injured? Then, after contesting to a meltdown of feelings, how are they going to prove that it was directed at them? This is after defining what “it” happens to be since that’s all rather vague except for “hate” which you equate the swastika with.
OK, let’s be clear on this, the swastika of the Nazi period certainly has connotations which don’t make it a favourite among Jews. But to suggest that the primary function of the swastika was to instil terror in Jews is an argument unlikely to seal a conviction unless these un-Australian Jews succeed in winning a bill that amends the act condemning symbols. When that day comes, we might as well wait for whatever is next, hand signs, or gestures.
None of this crap happened under the White Australia Policy because Australia was homogenous. The actual nature of the crime will be “offending a Jew”.
Really, there is no need to be flying a swastika, none at all. Those who do are generally folks who’ll bring trouble down on a person one way or another. They’re either stooges, idiots or mentally ill. Having said, to make a crime out of offending a Jew or another alien will just prove all the “conspiracy” theories about the Jews correct.
In that sense, it’s probably worth giving it shot. Now, as we bow out of this topic for something more cerebral, take a look at a glimpse of the comments section from the Daily Telegraph. These, people, are your fellow Australians. Don’t count on much support from them: they’re still figuring out how to remove the crayon form their nose.
Ah, we forgot, one last thing – that story concludes by saying that the NSW Attorney general is awaiting advice from Victoria. Yes, from Victoria. It won’t win you a new ute to figure out what sort of advice would come from Victoria, would it now.
Now that you’ve taken your brains out for rest, read these comments.
8 hours ago
who owns the copyright to the Nazi flag
9 hours ago
i think the nazi flag should be banned for the past horrors it represents,
however, i don’t think those who would want to fly it today present anywhere near the threat to our society as those that fly the i.s.a.s rag do.
10 hours ago
So it’s ok to burn an Australian flag but not fly a banned one.
10 hours ago
I’m not surprised there are no charges. It’s a long stretch for the Prosecution to prove beyond reasonable doubt that flying a flag bearing a symbol which has been used by many groups for centuries was flown to incite violence. Just because I do something in my backyard doesn’t equate to me inciting others to carry out acts of violence
10 hours ago
If they do ban this is as a flag hopefully they use common sense and include reasonable sensible exemptions, not only for historic movie making etc but also for things like museum collections, libraries and even scale model making. Model makers now in certain countries in Europe cannot display a miniature flag on an historically correct scale model and the manufacturers can’t even include in the kit Nazi flags even though that is historical and the flag would be less than half the size of a postage stamp.
10 hours ago
have they banned the ISIS FLAG ????
12 hours ago
I’m betting the IQ of anyone who flies a Nazi flag would be below 80.
10 hours ago
@Andy. I think you are over stating there.
12 hours ago
“Freedom of expression/speech” when you want to attack muslims, “hate speech/ anti semitism” when it’s an attack on what you hold dear… 🤔 if that’s not double standards explain to me what is
12 hours ago
Who holds dear Nazism?
You do know know hate speech laws, and what freedom of speech means don’t you?
11 hours ago
@joel – agree, there’s freedom of expression, there are double standards on many issues BUT the Nazi flag & the atrocities it stands for is not free expression, it’s an evil expression of beliefs by individuals who’s hero is Hitler.
12 hours ago