Four Sydney churches were attacked within 24 hours.

Cronulla surfers have apologised for Sunday’s mayhem.

Sydney police were apparently warned not to antagonise Lebanese car smashers:

The Seven Network said it had obtained a police incident report instructing officers to stay away from one of the areas - believed to be Punchbowl Park in Sydney’s west - on Monday night ...

The network claimed the report showed some of those in the crowd were suspected of being Middle Eastern criminals who had been involved in malicious damage and civil disobedience offences throughout the Sutherland Shire.

The report is believed to have said “a direction was given to police about midnight not to enter the area and antagonise these persons”.

A goon has been jailed for his role in the aftermath to Sunday’s idiocy:

The man was arrested in Penrith, in Sydney’s west, about 2am (AEDT) on Monday, armed with a tree branch, police said.

Trees are evil. More on the arrest and sentencing here. Cronulla businesses are hurting:

Yesterday businesses in the troubled beachfront suburb said they had been forced to tell casual staff - mostly locals - they have no shifts. Some are considering closing a couple of days a week to save money.

Various folk are calling for curfews.

Boxer Anthony Mundine declares:

I think people shouldn’t be condemned because of their colour or creed, they should be judged on their deeds and their positive ways to their fellow man, their actions.

Very well. Let’s judge people by these actions:

Shots were fired at teachers’ cars, and parents and children were abused at a primary school Christmas carol service in Sydney, the Catholic Church has said.

And these actions:

Steve did not have time to unlock the hostel’s front door, cowering in an alcove while the youths pummelled him with at least a dozen punches.

He was also bashed with a steel bar and a lump of wood.

“I thought, ‘If I go to ground, that’s it’,” he said. “I just got hit a lot in the head and I remember thinking, ‘They’re not going to stop, I’m going to die’.”

Some police—hopefully those not ordered to avoid antagonising gang dimwits—are better equipped than others:

Saw some Tactical operations cops out last night getting dinner before hitting the streets. I noticed they have been issued TASERS and asked one about them. He said they have got them but general police don’t.

And Mark Latham—remember him? no?—told a bookshop crowd that John Howard’s Australia is represented by the Cronulla riots. Possibly he then caught a taxi home and beat up its Lebanese driver.

Posted by Tim B. on 12/14/2005 at 12:40 PM
  1. If Lebanonese Muslims aren’t attacking Australians because of religion (i.e., Islam has nothing to do with this), why are Christian churches being attacked? 

    Some peopl seems to think religion is involved, and it’s a short step to the conclusion that the same thugs harrassing people on the beach and beating up people are those people.

    Oops, not being politically correct or tolerant, am I?  Well, too bad.  Islamothug apologists can kiss my arse.

    Posted by The_Real_JeffS on 2005 12 14 at 02:11 PM • permalink

  2. Psst!  Jeffs! Leb-a-nese.

    Posted by Pixy Misa on 2005 12 14 at 02:55 PM • permalink

  3. “Lebanonese” sounds more funnier, so I likes it more better.

    Posted by Stoop Davy Dave on 2005 12 14 at 03:23 PM • permalink

  4. Well, I entered “peopl” as well.  I hope I’m not turning into Margok.

    Posted by The_Real_JeffS on 2005 12 14 at 03:30 PM • permalink

  5. Arab Christians have suggested the attacks on churches may have been meant as a violent attempt to “shame” the city’s Lebanese Christian community into supporting Lebanese Muslims in the race-hate war, which began as a battle against young white males over use of suburban beaches.

    Does this paragraph make any sense to anyone?

    Posted by Rob Crawford on 2005 12 14 at 03:32 PM • permalink

  6. Is Margo Kingston okay? Has she been moved to an undisclosed location?

    Posted by beautifulatrocities on 2005 12 14 at 03:48 PM • permalink

  7. If what happened in and around NYC on 9/11/01 is any guide, expect the muslims to back off. Those who celebrated the attacks got the living crap kicked out of them and there were people cruising around, looking for more ass to thrash. The muslims got the message and have been laying low since. They’re basically cowards, so have at ‘em and they’ll back off.

    Posted by Gary from Jersey on 2005 12 14 at 03:53 PM • permalink

  8. Does this paragraph make any sense to anyone?

    Sure. Lebanese Christians are peaceful and Lebanese Muslims are not.

    Posted by Dave S. on 2005 12 14 at 03:59 PM • permalink

  9. Maybe the the guy arrested for carrying a tree branch had cut it off of an Ent?  No wonder he was arrested.

    Posted by Pat Patterson on 2005 12 14 at 04:22 PM • permalink

  10. Channel 7 covered the Muslim angle here a few months ago. It might have possibly incited some people.

    Actually, a Brazilian friend commented how different the perception of the Lebanese are over here. In Brazil, when the Lebanese are mentioned, one infers properity, success and respect, which is quite contrary what it is here.

    Posted by chai on 2005 12 14 at 04:39 PM • permalink

  11. Typo : properity -> prosperity.

    and “contrary *to* what it is *over* here”.

    Posted by chai on 2005 12 14 at 04:42 PM • permalink

  12. Tongan church burnt - big mistake for attackers. Never, ever, upset Tongans.

    Posted by JAFA on 2005 12 14 at 04:46 PM • permalink

  13. Those who do not learn from history will be revisited by the errors of the past. We were warned by a well known historian that immigration needed careful management. The furor over his comments is a prime example of PC posturing and academic anarchy, ably assisted by the wet left media.
    We are now reaping the bitter harvest and have the usual suspects to thank for it. Read the article (link above) by - no, not that Peter Ryan, another one!

    Posted by blogstrop on 2005 12 14 at 05:35 PM • permalink

  14. So what did the guy with the tree branch do again? Is his victim ok?

    Posted by Yobbo on 2005 12 14 at 05:36 PM • permalink

  15. #14: What did ‘tree branch dude’ do? He’s doing four months…

    Posted by Lucky Nutsacks on 2005 12 14 at 05:43 PM • permalink

  16. So what did the guy with the tree branch do again? Is his victim ok?

    It is expected to survive, with care and frequent watering.

    Posted by Pixy Misa on 2005 12 14 at 05:46 PM • permalink

  17. So he’s been charged under the environmental act?

    Posted by Yobbo on 2005 12 14 at 05:48 PM • permalink

  18. I step outside my house right now with my cricket bat, am I liable to be arrested and sentenced to 4 months in prison?

    I need to know this, I have training this afternoon.

    Posted by Yobbo on 2005 12 14 at 05:53 PM • permalink

  19. Tim, thank you for the invaluable service you’re providing.  Here in the States, we must depend on the web for the complete story of any news about islam and the world wide jihad being waged.  Particularly interesting is the article about curfews and how the islamic leaders are going to counsel the youths.  I’d trust these “leaders” about as far as I can throw them and I’m a small woman.

    Posted by Heloise on 2005 12 14 at 05:55 PM • permalink

  20. This guy was walking around carrying a tree branch at 2am—in Penrith?

    For overseas readers, that’s about forty miles west of all the riot action. What the hell did he think he was doing?

    Posted by Evil Pundit on 2005 12 14 at 05:58 PM • permalink

  21. Why should one never upset the Tongans?  Are they particularly ferocious?  If so, make sure they know what dhimmitude means and tell them to organize their resistance.  You guys(as well as the rest of us unbelievers around the world) are under attack.  They’ve been testing and find resistance wanting.  Remember, islam means submission.  And no beer!

    Posted by Heloise on 2005 12 14 at 06:01 PM • permalink

  22. JAFA:
    A Tongan church!
    That would be Usenetarian right?

    Posted by monkeyfan on 2005 12 14 at 06:03 PM • permalink

  23. This morning’s Canberra Times described the attacks as being on “Places of Worship”, thus avoiding facing up to the issue that only Christian Churches were attacked.

    Of course, it’s the Canberra Times, which is only read by Canberrans who are over fifty and/or below APS 6 classification in the public service, so what it says doesn’t matter that much.

    Posted by Consuela Potez on 2005 12 14 at 06:13 PM • permalink

  24. Stupidest comment so far comes from NSW Premier Morrie Lemur - “Tell bashers you’re an Aussie… even if it means being bashed”
    Gah head Morrie! You first ok!

    Posted by Lucky Nutsacks on 2005 12 14 at 06:41 PM • permalink

  25. I don’t like this bit:

    Mr Debnam said he had been told at a private briefing with government officials that instead of being confiscated, cars would be impounded only for seven days. “Seven days is an inconvenience, not a punishment. The cars should be sold,” Mr Debnam told The Australian.

    The cars shouldn’t be sold. They should be fed into one of those machines that squashes them into a tiny cube, and video of the squashing posted on the police website.

    That would be a deterrent.

    Posted by Evil Pundit on 2005 12 14 at 07:05 PM • permalink

  26. #3
    no no no

    “Lebanonese” sounds more funnier, so I likes it more better.

    everyone knows that it’s ‘more betterer’.

    Posted by kae on 2005 12 14 at 07:13 PM • permalink

  27. So we now have the situation where members of one ethnicity are able to surround and intimidate officers of the law as they attempt to do their job, and those officers evacuate out of fear, and where members of another do 4 months jail if they are caught miles away from a civil disturbance in which they were involved.

    The seriousness of this can’t be over estimated. Basically the more criminal you are the less the law applies to you. What you guys need up there in NSW is a Pauline Hanson type, this one with a focus on getting policing back on track. Mass demonstrations, this time minus the alcohol and directed at the useless pollies and the police establishment. Seriously, it’s all gone too far now, mobilize the people. Your churches are burning, your kids are being intimated by violent thugs. You need some US style law enforcement, don’t let them fuck up your state.

    Posted by HC44 on 2005 12 14 at 08:00 PM • permalink

  28. #27: It’s a bad situation for sure. The Middle Eastern gangs ‘forgot’ to hand in their weapons in the big ‘gun grab’ in the late 90’s. Stupid me handed mine in…
    I often wonder who has my old Franchi SPAS 12 now?  :(

    Posted by Lucky Nutsacks on 2005 12 14 at 08:12 PM • permalink

  29. What did ‘tree branch dude’ do? He’s doing four months…

    Well, trees are far more important than people to the Bob Brown types.

    Posted by Art Vandelay on 2005 12 14 at 08:27 PM • permalink

  30. # 21 “Why should one never upset the Tongans?  Are they particularly ferocious?”

    Tongans, and their cousins the Fijians and Samoans, are the nicest gentlest most easy going people on earth - until you upset them, then they revert to head hunter mode. They also tend to come in the large economy sizes.

    To give you an idea I was involved with some Samoans with my work years ago. The little brother was 6’ 2 and weighed 260 lbs, with no fat on him.

    Posted by jpaulg on 2005 12 14 at 09:11 PM • permalink

  31. #30
    jpaulg, if your an American, Vai Sikahema of BYU and the Philly Eagles football team is a pretty good example of the Tongan breeding stock.


    Posted by Phranger on 2005 12 14 at 09:21 PM • permalink

  32. What’s all the fuss about? Melissa Etheridge and Ellen DeGeneres are Lebanonese and they seem pretty peaceful.

    Posted by Brian O'Connell on 2005 12 14 at 09:31 PM • permalink

  33. Yobbo, carry a baseball bat instead of a cricket bat. The police won’t touch you then. It’s been a real revelation how popular baseball is in Lakemba.

    Posted by geoff on 2005 12 14 at 10:09 PM • permalink

  34. Isn’t The rock part-Tongan (or is that Samoan)? Whatever, an impressive guy.

    Posted by mr magoo on 2005 12 14 at 10:25 PM • permalink

  35. That should be: The Rock.

    Posted by mr magoo on 2005 12 14 at 10:25 PM • permalink

  36. That’s a nice one Deo, choice of The Terminator I believe. Let’s hope it hasn’t made it’s way into the hands of a gang thugs.

    Posted by HC44 on 2005 12 14 at 10:29 PM • permalink

  37. The Rock is, indeed, part Samoan. And part African-American. Mother’s name is Ata. He’s 6’5” 275. That’s a big’n.

    Deo, when there was an attempted gun grab in California 20 years ago it was a complete failure. Here we have the 2nd Amendment, but in Oz it seems individuals have no right to keep a gun for self-protection. I realize that most Australians agree with your anti-gun legislation. I have no reason to disagree. But it’s tough to find that the NRA might have a point when it says, “When guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns.” If the Lebanonese are armed with handguns, yours may indeed be in the hands of one of the Lebathugs.

    Posted by ekw on 2005 12 14 at 11:04 PM • permalink

  38. Luckily for NSW Premier Iemma Moron, the Opposition leader is possibly even more confused:  according to the Australian, Debnam said tree branch dude “should have been sent to prison for years.”

    Posted by slammer on 2005 12 14 at 11:06 PM • permalink

  39. Does this paragraph make any sense to anyone?

    Must be typo.  Should “mean to scare Lebanese Christians…

    Posted by Cornelius on 2005 12 14 at 11:09 PM • permalink

  40. #16, 24 LOL.
    O riotous wanderer -spare that tree.Was Bob Brown crying at his feet..
    Don’t upset Pacific Islanders-wonderful people and I have heard that the police in Fiji direct traffic on heat bubbled roads in bare feet?

    Posted by crash on 2005 12 14 at 11:16 PM • permalink

  41. Fiji Police on duty.

    Fiji Police band members in uniform (it appears they have sandals now).

    Posted by kae on 2005 12 14 at 11:20 PM • permalink

  42. For the first time since world war 2, the laws are to be changed to allow troops or army reserves to be called in to restore order if considered necessary.
    This has not been necessary in the lifetimes of most posters-but thanks to multiculturalism and a particular small demographic within it-now it is a reality.

    Posted by crash on 2005 12 14 at 11:21 PM • permalink

  43. #36: All of the buy-back guns were supposed to have been destroyed, although I heard an unlikely rumour that some were sold to Indonesian troops.
    I’m betting that some were taken by less than honest Aussie Police too.

    Posted by Lucky Nutsacks on 2005 12 14 at 11:47 PM • permalink

  44. #18 yobbo, I understand that the police have devised a test for such occasions. It’s a bit like one of those sobriety tests. The police will bowl you a few balls (bouncers, googlies, yorkers etc.) and see how you handle it. Depending how you go, you could get 6 months or a spot in the Australian test side.

    Posted by larrikin on 2005 12 14 at 11:49 PM • permalink

  45. #20 yeah, but the news item doesn’t give the full story. Apparently he was carrying concealed weapons too – had a few seedlings in his pocket.

    Posted by larrikin on 2005 12 14 at 11:59 PM • permalink

  46. To continue race generalisations with a different bent: I always thought that the Melanesians/Polynesians were big and hit hard but had glass jaws- hence Jimmy Thunder being the only Boxing heavy weight from a region famous for heavyweights…

    Posted by MUI on 2005 12 15 at 12:13 AM • permalink

  47. “When guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns.” If the Lebanonese are armed with handguns, yours may indeed be in the hands of one of the Lebathugs.

    So instead of them throwing bottles, weilding baseball bats n such, we can have a good old fashioned shootout.

    Not sure that would be an improvement…

    And trust me, I’ve seen what gun play can do- the fear levels are elevated beyond belief- far beyond a fisticuffs- then someone gets cocky… and cocked. Then you have a mess of Royal Comission proportions.

    Posted by MUI on 2005 12 15 at 12:20 AM • permalink

  48. Re: #47, you make a good point, MelbUnderworldInsider.  But there’s another old saying, which I will modify slightly to fit these circumstances”

    Never take a baseball bat to a gun fight.

    Posted by The_Real_JeffS on 2005 12 15 at 12:26 AM • permalink

  49. #48 Jeffs: touche… then there’s:

    Never send a boy on a man’s mission

    Posted by MUI on 2005 12 15 at 12:34 AM • permalink

  50. #5 Rob Crawford,

    Arab Christians have suggested the attacks on churches may have been meant as a violent attempt to “shame” the city’s Lebanese Christian community into supporting Lebanese Muslims in the race-hate war

    If the Leb Mulsims really wanted to piss of the Maronites & shame them into unity, they would have to burn St Charbel Church at Punchbowl or Our Lady of Lebanon at Harris Park or any other Maronite church around Sydney.

    Somehow I don’t think even the Muslims would have the guts to do that.

    A good Aussie website for all things Lebanese is Deleel Australia

    Posted by ozconservative on 2005 12 15 at 01:08 AM • permalink

  51. #48 and 49 and then there’s that other old saying Better to send the boy with the baseball bat to the gunfight than go yourself.

    Posted by larrikin on 2005 12 15 at 01:09 AM • permalink

  52. Melbunder

    My post was an answer to Deo’s lament that his gun was taken by the State and he hoped it had not fallen into the hands of the rioters. As I said, I have no argument with Australia’s laws. They’re very commendable. What is disturbing to me, however, is that in a country with strong gun laws, how is it that some of these rioters have guns? Of what possible use are baseball bats and tree limbs against them, as Jeffs reminds us?

    I, too, know what guns can do. I do not suggest that any other country adopt America’s stance on gun ownership. We have a different history and a different outlook, that’s all. Most legitimate gun owners in the U.S. are law-abiding people. That is what the quote refers to.

    Posted by ekw on 2005 12 15 at 01:09 AM • permalink

  53. #52. Ok- We’re on the same page.

    What is disturbing to me, however, is that in a country with strong gun laws, how is it that some of these rioters have guns?

    Illegal guns are always going to turn up. Always. It’s just having guns in the homes of ordinary Australians (without good reason) that could up the ante.

    Instead of watching the morons smash your car, you loose off a few random shots- coz you can, wing a copper/kiddie/bad guy and all hell breaks loose. Me? I ain’t shooting some guy who wants to smash up my car- I’m insured!

    Posted by MUI on 2005 12 15 at 01:26 AM • permalink

  54. #53 I aint shooting some guy who wants to smash up your car either. but if he’s proposing to smash up me or mine - forgive me, but I reserve the right

    Posted by larrikin on 2005 12 15 at 01:37 AM • permalink

  55. #50 - Looked up your lebanese site Ozconservative. They have a top 5 news stories list which features among other things “Tax investigators uncover student document scam”.

    Top news story? Well read within,

    TAX dodgers, a bogus rabbi and a printing press churning out fake examination documents…

    This hasn’t even made the front page of the SMH. Unbiased reporting they want?

    Posted by HC44 on 2005 12 15 at 01:46 AM • permalink

  56. *53: There’s a big difference between shooting some bloke because he’s bashing your car and shooting because you believe your life is in danger.
    If Australia had concealed carry like some U.S. states, this crap wouldnt be happening.
    Any Aussies here ever drive through U.S states like Georgia? You do NOT give people the ‘finger’ or cut people off in traffic like you do here in Aussie.
    Was it Robert Heinlen who said that ‘An armed society is a polite society’?

    Posted by Lucky Nutsacks on 2005 12 15 at 01:50 AM • permalink

  57. The first two hits from a Google on Cronulla violence are ABC articles which helpfully explain that it’s the result of racially divisive government policies (such as preventing illegal immigration and controlling terrorism). The second article has a similar tack, and expands on this theme by interviewing a Professor of Language from Melbourne University (whom I’m sure is an expert on Sydney beach culture) who blames it on the Government’s lack of commitment to multiculturalism.

    So the next time you witness, first or second hand, or (very unlikely in the MSM) read about common occurences (particularly during the Christmas holiday period) on Sydney and Gold Coast beaches such as (a) a group of this particularly nasty sub-set of Arab culture standing over a group of female sunbathers and openly discussing raping them or (b) afforementioned group hurling filthy abuse at women in the company of their boyfriends and, in the likely event of eliciting a response, gang-beating the living shit out of the guy and - circumstances permitting - pack raping the girlfriend…

    [deep breath]

    ... all we need is to let the ABC analyse goverment policy over the past ten years.

    Which can only lead to one culprit: John Howard!

    The only problem with this approach is that other Arabs and their descendents who for decades have been an integral part of Australian society (the Maloufs, the Shehadies etc) tend to get bundled into the same analysis as the hoon-car, trick-haircut, faux-rappy macho youths that are doing all this vicious stuff.

    Posted by Henry boy on 2005 12 15 at 02:44 AM • permalink

  58. Melb et al,

    The idea of having a gun in the home is not uniquely American. I think that there are other countries which also allow this. Although the original reasoning behind our 2nd Amendment was the idea that an armed populace would be difficult to oppress by a wayward government, it also allows for personal protection. Yes, people have been killed by other people under circumstances which have been determined by the courts not to have been valid, but there have been numerous instances of people protecting their own lives and the lives of others by the very fact that they have a gun and the will to use it.

    I am not trying to convince anyone that this is the way to go. I personally have no guns, but I have had them in the past and may get one again. I have no idea whether it would have an effect one way or the other under the circumstances in Cronulla. There might well be a spate of killings after which everyone would calm down right quick. On the other hand if the Lebathugs knew that the surfer dudes were armed they might behave themselves a bit better. I really have no opinion on it. I do know that during the disgusting behavior of the “anti-globalist” thugs in Seattle a few years ago, no one came out and shot them to death for destroying their property. It’s not like America is the bloodthirsty country we’re portrayed as. On the other hand, most of us RWDBs don’t mind if people think we’re all trigger-happy maniacs. I personally like the image of an America armed to the teeth and ready to splatter brains if need be.

    OK. I’m gonna leave now. That click you hear is me cocking my S&W .38 Detective Special (OK, so I lied. You got somethin’ t’say about it? I didn’t think so). Now, I’m gonna back out of here and you are all gonna stay right where you are. Don’t anyone do anything stupid…

    Posted by ekw on 2005 12 15 at 03:27 AM • permalink

  59. I’ve just renewed my SSAA membership so I can keep my pump action pea shooter for another year.

    I haven’t actually fired it in at least 10 years but I’m one of a particular class of Australian gun owners who hangs on to it just to ‘cock a snoot’ at the government and lefties who would rather I ran out the back door while a crim was breaking in at the front.

    Interestingly, I actually bought my first rifle when the Russians shot down a KAL jet in the 1980s and it looked like WWIII was about to break out.

    More recently, I had been having thoughts of selling my rifle rather than submitting to the indignity of a police inspection of my storage facilities which has been promised for all (law abiding) gun owners in my state this year.

    However, last Sunday’s events in Sydney have convinced me that a visit by the boys in blue to rattle the padlocks is worth it.


    The real reason why Nicky was unsure whether he would suffer the indignity is because the gun cupboard is in the space where I keep my frilly knickers.

    As for me, I’d like a sweet little handgun or taser that would fit nicely into my little black evening bag, but alas, I’m not allowed.


    Posted by The Thin Man Returns on 2005 12 15 at 04:07 AM • permalink

  60. Australians
    This Christmas, i will be staying with a few English mates in Sydney.  Word is that tension in the English community is close to boiling point. Texts are flying back and forth between Sydney and London.  Trouble is brewing.

    Last weekend a couple of Poms were approached by a gang of racist locals who taunted them about the state of the weather in the UK - “not used to this heat, eh mate, prefer a little light drizzle eh?”, said one neo-nazi clearly spoiling for a fight.
    Look, you can’t change the weather you were born with and it is deeply offensive to us Brits to mock in such an insensitive manner our mixture of drizzle and permanent grey skies. 

    But the vicious gang didnt just stop there. One of them then proceeded to provoke the Poms with a torrent of sportist jokes mocking culturally significant icons such as Jonny Wilkinson’s permanent injuries, Beckham’s ridiculous tattoos, and Kevin Pietersen’s skunk hair-do.

    I predict a riot.  Don’t say you haven’t been warned.

    Posted by pommygranate on 2005 12 15 at 04:28 AM • permalink

  61. Me and my mates in L.A., where I used to live, bought our first handguns during the 1965 Watts Riots. I think that several hundred thousand guns were sold in one week during those riots. Civil disturbances are a sort of promotional for the personal arms trade in America. I’d hang onto that pump for the nonce.

    Posted by ekw on 2005 12 15 at 05:03 AM • permalink

  62. #57
    Yes, quite. I think we all know the difference between the long-term citizens who have enjoyed good and productive lives here, and the ones who are trouble.
    The “normally sensible” (Tim’s phrase)Richard Glover today spent most of the last half hour of his program in company with David Marr attacking Alan Jones and deploring the Sunday/Cronulla scene rather than the events of the next two nights.
    As someone has already pointed out here, Jones’ audience is not the age group that fronted up. Nor did Howard have to dog whistle. Australians know bullshit and they have had a steady stream of it for so long that they are feeling a bit tetchy.

    Posted by blogstrop on 2005 12 15 at 06:06 AM • permalink

  63. Resign Iemma, Resign.  Last night I went to my children’s Catholic school Christmas concert in Campsie (in the Premier’s electorate).  The school had to get private security for the event and check regularly with Police to see if it was safe for us to go.  Other Catholic schools in Iemma’s electorate cancelled their Christmas events.  Apparently only Muslim’s have the right to freedom of religious expression in Iemma’s seat.  The rest of us can just stand by and have our churches burnt and our carols shot up.  Resign Iemma, Resign. Resign Iemma, Resign….and take Scully and Moron…ey with you.  Who in New South Wales wants an election?

    Posted by platey mates on 2005 12 15 at 07:03 AM • permalink

  64. #53
    Me? I ain’t shooting some guy who wants to smash up my car- I’m insured!
    Yeah, but have you checked your policy. Mine says damage caused by “revolution or other civil disturbances” is excluded from the cover.
    You might be wise to claim that the damage was caused when you accidentally drove the car into a tree branch.
    Does anyone know whether there have been any successful insurance claims for riot damage since Sunday?

    Posted by Skeeter on 2005 12 15 at 07:08 AM • permalink

  65. Did anyone catch tonight’s forum on the ‘race riots’ aired on SBS and hosted by SBS news presenter Anton Penis, sorry I mean Anus, or whatever it is???
    Incredible to be sure!
    I must be psychic because I knew exactly what they were going to say before they said it.
    It had everything. Kuranda Sevit from the Forum for Australian-Islamic Relations (you’d know him if you saw him; ugly, flat-headed ABC, SBS regular) blamed it all on John Howard and the racism since September 11.
    Others including the policeman they had on there blamed the marginalisation of Middle-Eastern youth, well the Islamic ones at least. They had a large graphic of a white youth with a racist slogan. They used only Sunday’s Cronulla beach footage, and they referred explicitly to the white Australian louts but when it came to the baseball bat attacks on cars and people, those particular louts were referred to as, whoever they are. Similarly the harassment of women and others on Cronulla beach were a further two times referred to as either, these others or whoever they are.
    To top it all off, Anton Enus asked the policeman, if he, referring to himself, as a man of colour, would be safe going to Cronulla beach??
    I can see we’re NEVER going to solve this problem if it is left to ARSEHOLES like this and BULLSHIT like that!

    Posted by Brian on 2005 12 15 at 07:10 AM • permalink

  66. So nothing has changed except that the surfies are now neo nazi kill bots.

    The Muslim youth still get to deal drugs, rape skip girls, spray police buildings with bullets, bash cars, scare church goers away from Christmas services and intimidate local male Australians of non middle eastern descent.

    Did I miss anything?

    Muslims 2 Sydney 0

    They took away bikinis.

    Posted by 13times on 2005 12 15 at 08:05 AM • permalink

  67. Cut off the welfare state and you’ll cut off the supply of mussie scum.

    They only arrive because the left extorts your money to harm you.  Firstly to punish you for your success.  Secondly to encourage more benefit addicts to gerrymander with.  Thirdly to attack your freedom directly.

    Kill socialism before it kills you and your family.

    Posted by Rob Read on 2005 12 15 at 09:14 AM • permalink

  68. #65 Yeah a huge graphic with Culture War emblazoned across it—trouble was there was only 1 side in the war-the white guy with “I grew here,you flew here"written on his front.
    Was Anton’s boyfriend with him-I believe they danced the night away at the Walkleys..
    I bet the muslim guys would be REAL tolerant about that.(not).
    Yesterday we had a robbery by three “dark skinned” (description) young women and they twice backed their car over the store owner(a middle aged woman) who ran after them.
    It was the lead item on the commercial news(local) but unaccountably wasn’t mentioned at all on the local evening ABC tv news.(Unless it was shown last night and I missed it somehow).
    They hit another car while escaping and went on to rob another store..
    Multiculti not at fault either…don’t blame them..

    Posted by crash on 2005 12 15 at 09:59 AM • permalink

  69. What about Handon Penis and Bobbing Browneye both taking their boyfriends for a hand-in-hand stroll through Lakemba? Or even Cronulla beach?

    They’d sure learn a lot about tolerance.

    Posted by Henry boy on 2005 12 15 at 04:47 PM • permalink

  70. Regarding posts here ao having firearms, and using them to defend yourself in the case of physical threat, on Today Tonight, after the beach segregation bullshit, there was a piece on people who end up having to go to court when:

    1. Someone was cutting his brake lines so he went outside and the vandal attacked him. He fought back and the vandal was killed (or injured - not sure, was farting around getting my login sorted at home).

    2. Intruders broke into a person’s home and when challenged they attacked him. He was stronger than them and one intruder was killed and the other was permanently injured.


    All these people defending themselves had to go to court, and the intruders/attackers were crying that they were injured (or their family was bleating that their good kid was killed) and they wanted justice and compensation.

    This is wrong. I know there is a fine legal line in Aus about taking the law into your own hands, but surely, if someone has broken into your home and is armed and the weapon is turned back against them, you have no case to answer?

    There was a bloke in Vic who waited for regular thieves/vandals to return to his old home (it was waiting to be renovated). When they returned he warned them several times. They decided to attack him. One was permanently injured and SUED him for damages, as well as taking him to court (If I recall correctly). It cost the house owner a fortune to defend himself. It’s just plain wrong.

    Posted by kae on 2005 12 16 at 05:23 AM • permalink

  71. #70 dead right kae. little wonder that ordinary people, who are the backbone of this country, are developing such contempt for politicians and the judiciary. The perpetrators are victims and the victims are now the perpetrators. the lunacy in sydney is just the latest manifestation of this phenomenon. these fuckers, and their social engineering puppeteers and fellow travellers, think that their appointment to office authorizes them to manipulate the law to suit their warped ideology. Enough.

    Posted by hooligan on 2005 12 16 at 06:10 AM • permalink

  72. It is interesting to note that Mark Latham, a man who hoped to be Australia’s leader, seems to believe that a large number of his countrymen - perhaps the majority of his countrymen - are his enemies.

    Posted by MADAUTHOR1 on 2005 12 16 at 01:17 PM • permalink

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