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“In this age of climate change, it is becoming clear that just like the suffragettes and civil rights advocates, governments are not going to solve the problems of the 21st century for us,” reports Perth Indymedia. “That is why we are inviting you to take part in the Activists, Newcomers and Zealots Action Camp …”

Yep. These parasites are calling themselves ANZAC.

(Via Rohan T.)

UPDATE. It’s illegal, of course. Let’s hope these particular ANZACs are shot down.

Posted by Tim B. on 03/27/2008 at 03:22 AM
    1. Surely it`s against the law?

      Posted by haranton on 2008 03 27 at 03:31 AM • permalink

 

    1. #1 – Very much against the law

      Protection of the word ANZAC.

      Posted by Infidel Tiger on 2008 03 27 at 03:35 AM • permalink

 

    1. ANZcack?

      Posted by egg_ on 2008 03 27 at 03:40 AM • permalink

 

    1. Nah, I am sure they sought approval of the Minister under the Regulations.  After all, considering the matters to which the Minister may have regard in assessing an application, they are a certainty to be approved:

      – the intent of the legislation to protect the word from overuse and misuse;
      – whether there is any commemorative link between the proposed use and the Anzacs and the Gallipoli campaign;
      – the views of the ex-service community;
      – whether an ex-service organisation will benefit by approving the use;
      – commercial aspects; and
      – commemorative and educational benefits.

      They get home on nearly every basis I think…

      Posted by attilathepun on 2008 03 27 at 03:41 AM • permalink

 

    1. The flyer has got to be a parody.

      I like the waged v unwaged dichotomy.  I am on a salary, does that mean I am unwaged?

      Also, vegetarian food is included in the price, but are BBQ facilities available on site for steaks and snags?

      Posted by attilathepun on 2008 03 27 at 03:45 AM • permalink

 

    1. Disgraceful.

      Posted by Villeurbanne on 2008 03 27 at 03:47 AM • permalink

 

    1. The Minister for Veterans Affairs is Allan Griffin.
      Here is his email address:alan.griffin.mp@aph.gov.auEveryone write to him, he has the authority to make these mongrels cease and desist.

      These commo spivs have no right to usurp the word ANZAC for their grubby crackpot ideology.

      Nothing is beyond the pale to these bastards.

      Posted by Pedro the Ignorant on 2008 03 27 at 03:47 AM • permalink

 

    1. Cretinous Unemployable No-hopers Talking Shit

      Posted by Infidel Tiger on 2008 03 27 at 03:49 AM • permalink

 

    1. I’ve fired off my complaint to both DVA and the minister.

      Posted by Harry Buttle on 2008 03 27 at 03:51 AM • permalink

 

    1. Perth,

      That just happens to be where the SAS is based. hmmmm pasty lilywhite activists -v- pissed off chook stranglers, I’d pay a dollar to see that.

      Posted by jpaulg on 2008 03 27 at 03:57 AM • permalink

 

    1. please contact us if cost would prevent attendance
      By cost I presume they mean the cost of ending up on remand for committing actual bodily harm.
      Perhaps we should all book as unwaged non-vegetarian members of Militant Tendency.

      Posted by lotocoti on 2008 03 27 at 03:58 AM • permalink

 

    1. Here we go: Section 22 of the War Precautions Repeal Act 1920 (Cth):

      22.(2)The penalty, upon conviction, for a breach of subregulation 2(1) of the Protection of Word “Anzac” Regulations involving the assumption or use of the word “Anzac” or any word resembling the word “Anzac” in connection with any trade, business, calling or profession or in connection with any entertainment or any lottery or art union or as the name or part of the name of a private residence, boat, vehicle, charitable or other institution, or any building in connection therewith, is imprisonment for a period not exceeding 12 months.

      Snot the fuckers for the full 12 months….

      Posted by Kaboom on 2008 03 27 at 04:02 AM • permalink

 

    1. Thanks Pedro- email of protest on its way to Mr Griffin now.

      Posted by north01 on 2008 03 27 at 04:04 AM • permalink

 

    1. Their only defence will be “how can it possibly be entertainment – it’s vegetarian!”

      Posted by Kaboom on 2008 03 27 at 04:04 AM • permalink

 

    1. #8 IT: Thanks for pouncing on this in tigerish fashion.  Very funny, I had to read it a couple of times!

      Posted by Kaboom on 2008 03 27 at 04:11 AM • permalink

 

    1. ”…sounds like the ramblings of a few of histories misguided discontents…”

      Posted by chrisgo on 2008 03 27 at 04:13 AM • permalink

 

    1. Google should close the gmail account westASEN@gmail.com .

      Posted by Contrail on 2008 03 27 at 04:18 AM • permalink

 

    1. #14; Kaboom; “or other institution” will get them; it just goes to show that AGW was never about the ‘science’; it was always about what type of society we could have; the broad umbrella of anti-consumerism, anti-technology and anti-capitalism behind AGW has always denigrated these institutions of Western democracy; usurping the tradition of ANZAC, those who fought so these paltry bastards can exist today and scorn the hand that feeds them, was always the logical extension of this ideology.
      #5 if you are correct about the parody I’ll still hate the bastards; if there is any humour in the wage/non-wage split it will be unintentional; I’ve never met a greenie or a moslem with a sense of humour.

      Posted by cohenite on 2008 03 27 at 04:22 AM • permalink

 

    1. It’s interesting that:

      “The price includes all vegetarian meals, travel and accommodation.”

      Perhaps some of our friends in the USA could pony up AUD $170, and demand “travel” to this boondoggle.  If they resist, then a complaint to the Consumer Affairs people might be just the ticket!

      Posted by Kaboom on 2008 03 27 at 04:30 AM • permalink

 

    1. I’d do it from the other side of the continent, but I’d probably end up in some smelly hippy Kombi…….

      Posted by Kaboom on 2008 03 27 at 04:32 AM • permalink

 

    1. #18- It’s a term in very common usage in rabid lefty meeja sources, notably subscriber public radio (which is less obnoxiously marxist than ABC yoof rayjo), and is apparently less judgemental and more diversity-aware than “employed” and “unemployed”, let alone “working host for parasitic scum” and “fucking ticks”.

      Pity these wonks aren’t based in Brisbane, I’d infiltratre and suggest they set up a recruiting stall outside the Pig and Whistle on Friday the 25th, telling them that the usual hippy-infested markets that pollute this site have moved forward a day because of the public holiday. The P&W is where 7RAR usually wind up with assorted other thirsty ex-service types after the march- I reckon it’d be good sport.

      Posted by Habib on 2008 03 27 at 04:33 AM • permalink

 

    1. Waged = life support system for blood sucking scum.

      Unwaged = blood sucking scum.

      Vegetarian = I grow my own and smoke it (personal use only).

      If it has never had a mother I certainlyh wouldn’t eat it.

      Posted by surfmaster on 2008 03 27 at 04:55 AM • permalink

 

    1. Ooops this is one of mine again, I must remember to use my moniker when I post from work…

      Oh and consider my complaint to the minister sent as well.

      Does anyone have the SAS email address, it might be fun if they did decide to visit and have a dolphin on a spit and BBQ at the same place on the same day??

      Posted by thefrollickingmole on 2008 03 27 at 05:12 AM • permalink

 

    1. An email has been sent to the RSL. Hopefully they have enough sway with the minister to get something done. It really goes to show how depraved and ignorant the rabid left are. Nothing is beyond the pale for their predation in the name of symbolic propaganda. I’m offended, and my service is not a patch on the sacrifices the original ANZACs made on behalf of a new nation.

      Posted by Richard Sharpe on 2008 03 27 at 05:21 AM • permalink

 

    1. My grandfather didn’t fight at Gallipoli for this type of shit. Rest his soul.

      And I know a few guys with MC after their names who would love to meet this wankfest and sort out a few issues.

      May the road rise up to meet them and use their dead arses as bike stands.

      Posted by mehaul on 2008 03 27 at 05:29 AM • permalink

 

    1. Is “Fuck you and the horse that shat you out” too harsh?

      Posted by deadparrot on 2008 03 27 at 05:42 AM • permalink

 

    1. #26 deadparrot,

      nothing is too harsh for this slime.

      I want to see their withered nut sacks nailed to a garbage bin in the car park of the War Memorial.

      I want to see that bin labelled “used condoms and syringes”.

      Posted by Pogria on 2008 03 27 at 05:50 AM • permalink

 

    1. Will they now take on the religion of peace to show they mean business? No. That might mean real trouble.

      Posted by stackja1945 on 2008 03 27 at 06:04 AM • permalink

 

    1. Will they now take on the religion of peace to show they mean business? No. That might mean real trouble.

      The could call themselves the marijuana using scum living in melbourne suburbs?

      Posted by surfmaster on 2008 03 27 at 06:09 AM • permalink

 

    1. Habib – Assorted thirsty ex-service types include my other regiment – the SAS!

      Posted by KevGillett on 2008 03 27 at 06:14 AM • permalink

 

    1. I’ll be drafting and sending a letter tomorrow.

      I’m disgusted at the disrespect for the ANZAC spirit, and the sacrifices made by our service personnel, shown by these wannabes.

      They’re pussies and wouldn’t have a clue about how Australia got to be where it is today in the world scheme of things.

      Today I heard a wimpy doublespeak speech by The Weasel. It really got my back up. Reported here. Nothing screams fuckwit louder than the word “activist” in their CV. What makes a country any different?

      Posted by kae on 2008 03 27 at 06:20 AM • permalink

 

    1. Troop related – our new defence Minister seems to think the biggest problem our forces face is that they don’t have a work experience program.

      Oh, and in relation to zealots: March of the Zealots.

      Posted by Burbank on 2008 03 27 at 06:21 AM • permalink

 

    1. Anyone seen the recent weather map
      Severe Tropical Cyclone Pancho is heading for Perth.

      Posted by stackja1945 on 2008 03 27 at 06:24 AM • permalink

 

    1. #33
      Obviously a meteorological bureau spelling error.

      TC PANCHO

      Fixed.

      Posted by kae on 2008 03 27 at 06:26 AM • permalink

 

    1. Waged? Nup won’t be there.

      Unwaged? Only $110, or about the price of a quarter pound (two days worth) of marijuana.

      Guessing it won’t be packed to the rafters.

      Note the little ‘please contact us if cost would prevent attendance.’

      What’s the bet one could scrounge a free joint, anyway?

      Oh, and it’s all vegetarian, too. Come in, spinner.

      Posted by bingbing on 2008 03 27 at 06:31 AM • permalink

 

    1. This takes the biscuit.

      Posted by Zoe Brain on 2008 03 27 at 06:39 AM • permalink

 

    1. #34
      Paco for all your destructive weather needs.
      Is your hurricane a Paco?

      Posted by Contrail on 2008 03 27 at 06:40 AM • permalink

 

    1. #33

      Anyone seen the recent weather map?
      Severe Tropical Cyclone Pancho is heading for Perth.

      Well, well.

      Never been a soldier myself, mate, but thought this may tie in quite nicely.

      Posted by bingbing on 2008 03 27 at 06:43 AM • permalink

 

    1. Email fired off to Mr Griffin.

      Posted by Villeurbanne on 2008 03 27 at 07:06 AM • permalink

 

    1. #1 Quite correct. Thanks Infidel Tiger.

      Protecting the Word Anzac

      Protection of Word ‘Anzac’ Regulations were made in 1921 under the War Precautions Act Repeal Act 1920 to protect the word ‘Anzac’, and any word which resembles it, from inappropriate use.

      Under the Regulations no person may use the word ‘Anzac’, or any word resembling it, in connection with:

      … any trade, business, calling or profession or in connexion with any entertainment or any lottery or art union or as the name or part of a name of any private residence, boat, vehicle of charitable or other institution, or other institution …

      without the authority of the Minister for Veterans’ Affairs.

      Completely illegal and the organisers must be charged.

      Posted by bingbing on 2008 03 27 at 07:07 AM • permalink

 

    1. #34 yes 10kae

      Posted by stackja1945 on 2008 03 27 at 07:11 AM • permalink

 

    1. I bet they thought it was such a lark to call themselves ANZAC.

      Very funny.

      I hope there’s a big stink.
      Didn’t something like this happen in the last ten years or so? Someone using the ANZAC name without authority – oh wait, wasn’t it Tricky Dickie against Bruce Ruxton, now retired head honcho of the RSL?

      Posted by kae on 2008 03 27 at 07:19 AM • permalink

 

    1. 12 – I wonder if industrial manufacturers of Anzac biscuits have get permission or there’s some kind of common law exemption for the divine Australian cookie?

      Posted by walterplinge on 2008 03 27 at 07:25 AM • permalink

 

    1. This is disgraceful, and my complaint will be sent off to the Minister in the morning.

      It really is incredibly disrespectful, and that’s their intention. The ANZACs deserve all the respect that it’s possible for a person to give, and not any of this shit.

      Posted by Ash_ on 2008 03 27 at 07:29 AM • permalink

 

    1. #43 They have permission.

      Posted by Ash_ on 2008 03 27 at 07:30 AM • permalink

 

    1. Some people really don’t get it. I’ve always found that this helps explain it just a little.

      In Flanders’ fields the poppies blow
      Between the crosses, row on row,
      That mark our place; and in the sky
      The larks, still bravely singing fly
      Scarce heard amid the guns below.

      We are the dead. Short days ago
      We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
      Loved and were loved, and now we lie
      In Flanders’ fields.

      Take up our quarrel with the foe;
      To you from failing hands we throw
      The torch; be yours to hold it high.

      If ye break faith with us who die
      We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
      In Flanders’ fields.

      Colonel John McCrae 1915

      Oh! You who sleep in Flanders’ fields,
      Sleep sweet – to rise anew,
      We caught the torch you threw,
      And holding high we kept
      The faith with those who died,
      We cherish, too, the Poppy red
      That grows on fields where valour led.

      It seems to signal to the skies
      That blood of heroes never dies,
      But lends a lustre to the red
      Of the flower that blooms above the dead
      In Flanders’ fields.

      And now the torch and poppy red
      Wear in honour of our dead
      Fear not that ye have died for naught
      We’ve learned the lesson that ye taught
      In Flanders’ fields.

      Miss Moira Michael

      Posted by Richard Sharpe on 2008 03 27 at 07:35 AM • permalink

 

    1. BTW you can get Official histories: First World War in pdf files format

      The Official History of Australia in the War of 1914–1918 is a 12-volume series covering Australia’s involvement in the First World War. The series was edited by the official historian Charles Bean, who also wrote six of the volumes, and was published between 1920 and 1942. The books, with their familiar covers, “the colour of dried blood” in the words of one reviewer, rapidly became highly regarded internationally. Bean’s work established the tradition and set the standard for all subsequent Australian official war histories.

      Posted by stackja1945 on 2008 03 27 at 07:39 AM • permalink

 

    1. Posted to the site at Idiot Media.

      You have a nerve to use the acronym ANZAC, considering the esteem and honour those men of a golden age brought to a fledgling nation. Non-violent direct action? Yeah, that’s the spirit of ANZAC alright. Besides committing a federal offence by using the letters, along with the poster and military motif, to do so over the ANZAC weekend is a disgrace.

      By now, you should realise that the Minister for Veterans Affairs has been informed of this gathering under the ANZAC banner, and I reckon you might get to experience some violent, direct-action from the men in blue who take this as seriously as the men in green. You might want to pray that WA’s men in black don’t decide to pay you hippies a visit as well.

      The response?

      Your content will be posted shortly on aproval by the moderator. We apologise for the inconvenience, and expect to resume unmoderated service shortly

      I expect to see that post disappear, along with your group, now that we have your name and phone number. It’s amazing what you find when you Google a mobile.
      Now take that number, look for a name, and see if any students in WA have it as well. What are the odds of it being a coincidence?

      Posted by CB on 2008 03 27 at 07:41 AM • permalink

 

    1. #46
      My two favourite memorial poems. Thanks Richard.

      Posted by kae on 2008 03 27 at 07:42 AM • permalink

 

    1. Ignorant, disrespectful fucking pricks.

      This sort of shit really makes my blood boil.

      Posted by Abu Chowdah on 2008 03 27 at 07:42 AM • permalink

 

    1. And I’ve allowed the reader to make the link, seeing as how an expert Victorian barista might get a little catty if you Google information and identify who someone is. And don’t tell them you’ve done it. It’s just not fair, you see?

      Posted by CB on 2008 03 27 at 07:47 AM • permalink

 

    1. If #30 KevGillet would be happy to hold a place for me, us “Chicken Strangers” could have a nice time

      Posted by deadparrot on 2008 03 27 at 07:57 AM • permalink

 

    1. #47 stakja, I have a first edition Bean that was given to me by a retired General. It is one of my most treasured possesions.

      Posted by Richard Sharpe on 2008 03 27 at 08:14 AM • permalink

 

    1. From the comments…
      we want to explore NVDA And how it works/can/can’t work in action from forests to war zones.
      Please tell me they’re off to Darfur to try a bit of NVDA against the Janjaweed militias.

      Posted by lotocoti on 2008 03 27 at 08:41 AM • permalink

 

    1. I’d love to provide a personal demonstration for them of how real violent, direct-action works. I’ll even bring my own training aids.

      Posted by CB on 2008 03 27 at 08:46 AM • permalink

 

    1. One would hope, that the current powers to be in Australia, have the balls to enforce what clearly is a violation, in Infidel Tiger’s #2 post.

      Personally, I believe execution would be a fitting punishment for these foul offenders.

      Posted by El Cid on 2008 03 27 at 08:53 AM • permalink

 

    1. Note that this momentous event starts on the 24th April, one day before before Anzac Day. Coincidence – I think not, they have organised it deliberately.

      And the 24th is a Thursday, so with Infidel Tiger and in SMS mode, I say C U Next Thursday Snotrags

      Posted by Whale Spinor on 2008 03 27 at 09:27 AM • permalink

 

    1. Such a misuse of a honorable phrase.  I hope y’all send these cretins packing.

      Posted by The_Real_JeffS on 2008 03 27 at 09:34 AM • permalink

 

    1. speaking of enemies, OT but hilarious Taliban antics

      Posted by KK on 2008 03 27 at 09:42 AM • permalink

 

    1. I put a post up there telling them I think the whole “workshop” thing is just a money-making scam for Marxists and won’t really accomplish a thing.  Probably won’t be let through.

      Posted by RebeccaH on 2008 03 27 at 11:00 AM • permalink

 

    1. #46 Thank you, Richard, for putting up those timeless poignant words. Perhaps I can find a way to use passages at our Friday night Support The Troops rally. Maybe, just maybe it will impact a few of the opposition, and those that drive-by. Thanks again!

      Posted by Deborah Leigh on 2008 03 27 at 11:08 AM • permalink

 

    1. #32, Burbank, from the work experience link:

      “This will be resolved by me simply issuing an edict that this shall be done” – Fitzgibbon

      I can only hope the dodgy wanker has the same resolve to protect the ANZAC legacy as he does to tell the ADF how to run its business.

      Regarding the choice of location, Dwellingup is a timber milling town.  Having been there on a few occasions, I can tell you the locals aint the friendliest lot around, good pub though.

      As for the accommodation: “Each Bunkhouse comes complete with… a potbelly wood fire”, that will help stop ‘climate change’ wont it?  You filthy smelly hippy hypocrites.

      Activities include Archery and paintball skirmishing.  Non violent my hairy white arse.

      Lets pray they all go on a nice bush walk straight into a localized but very intense bushfire.

      Posted by The_Wizard_of_WOZ on 2008 03 27 at 11:27 AM • permalink

 

    1. Maybe they’ll volunteer to build a railway from Thailand to Burma so people won’t take jets there? And a handful of rice for your daily meal counts as “vegetarian”, doesn’t it?

      I’ll be happy to go along as an overseer from… but we need a catchy name for the people running it. Hmm. I know! I’ll be happy to be an overseer from the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere. Anyone know where I can buy some bamboo canes cheap?
      /sarc

      Posted by andycanuck on 2008 03 27 at 12:18 PM • permalink

 

    1. Special Alcohol Service?

      Posted by mojo on 2008 03 27 at 12:47 PM • permalink

 

    1. “Note that this momentous event starts on the 24th April, one day before before Anzac Day.”

      Yes, these pricks are starting it on Kapyong day and running it over the ANZAC day weekend.  heaps of respect there.

      Posted by Harry Buttle on 2008 03 27 at 06:30 PM • permalink

 

    1. My letter is on it’s way, to Mr Griffiths and RSL Australia.

      Posted by kae on 2008 03 27 at 06:58 PM • permalink

 

    1. #46 Richard. Those ones always cause a lump in my throat.

      However, all here take note! Kipling already had this rubbish covered off;

      The Socialist speaks:

      We laid no finger to Their load.
      We multiplied Their woes.
      We used Their dearly-opened road
      To traffic with Their foes:
      And yet to Them men turn their eyes,
      To Them are vows renewed
      Of Faith, Obedience, Sacrifice,
      Honour and Fortitude!

      Which things must perish. But Our hour
      Comes not by staves or swords
      So much as, subtly, through the power
      Of small corroding words.
      No need to make the plot more plain
      By any open thrust;
      But—see Their memory is slain
      Long ere Their bones are dust!

      Wisely, but yearly, filch some wreath—
      Lay some proud rite aside—
      And daily tarnish with Our breath
      The ends for which They died.
      Distract, deride, decry, confuse—
      (Or—if it serve Us—pray!)
      So presently We break the use
      And meaning of Their day!

      Posted by Penguin on 2008 03 27 at 07:49 PM • permalink

 

    1. The Ministers Office replies –

      Dear Mr Buttle

      I refer to your e-mail of 27 March 2008 to the Minister for Veterans’ Affairs, the Hon Alan Griffin MP, concerning the ‘Anzac Non-violent direct action training weekend’ which appears on Perth Indymedia’s website.

      We will investigate the issue and provide advice to the Minister so that he may respond to you.

      Regards

      etc

      Posted by Harry Buttle on 2008 03 27 at 08:35 PM • permalink

 

    1. #68 Terrific Harry!!!

      I’ve fired off my missive to Mr Griffin.

      I’ve also contacted the RSL, go to the “contact us”, at the top right hand corner of the page.

      I’ve sent a line to David Farrar at Kiwiblog, and an email to the New Zealand Embassy in ACT.

      Get them involved also, the NZ in ANZAC stands for New Zealand!

      Here’s the email for the NZ High Commission in Canberra.
      nzhccba@bigpond.net.au

      Anyone have any others that are worth contacting?

      Posted by Pogria on 2008 03 27 at 09:12 PM • permalink

 

    1. Got my reply back to.
      Keep piling on folks, they will get the message.Dear Mr thefrollickingmole (name changed to protect the innocent)Thank you for your email of 27 March 2008 to the Minister for Veterans’ Affairs, the Hon Alan Griffin MP, concerning the use of the word ‘Anzac’ which appears on Perth Indymedia’s website.

      The Minister does take issues about the misuse of the word Anzac seriously. The department’s Commemorations area is investigating this matter urgently, and you will be informed of the outcome of the investigation as soon as it is known.

      Thank you for bringing this matter to the Minister’s attention.

      Regards

      Posted by thefrollickingmole on 2008 03 27 at 09:25 PM • permalink

 

    1. “I refer to your e-mail of 27 March 2008 to the Minister for Veterans’ Affairs, the Hon Alan Griffin MP, concerning the ‘Anzac Non-violent direct action training weekend’ which appears on Perth Indymedia’s website.

      We will investigate the issue and provide advice to the Minister so that he may respond to you”.

      Ooh aahh.  We dun told on you and now Minister fluffy is going to growl at you.  That would scare me away.  I can’t handle being growled at by Canberra bureaucrats.  The horror.

      On the other hand, maybe not.  I’m going back into Pine Gap this ANZAC Day, and that’s not an accident either.

      There’ll be other actions on 24 April in half a dozen cities in Australia, including Brisbane, Melbourne Rockhampton and Perth, which will promote NVDA and ask people to think about ANZAC Day.  The Samuel Hill 4 are on trial

      There will be NVDA in New Zealand.

      As Australians and New Zealanders we’re allowed to ask about the ANZAC stories and what they mean to us now.  In my stall displays I let the ANZACs themselves tell their story about Gallipoli and France.  They warn us not to get sucked in.

      Here’s a point of agreement between us about the importance of ANZAC Day.

      Fear not that ye have died for naught
      We’ve learned the lesson that ye taught

      Posted by Bryla on 2008 03 27 at 09:29 PM • permalink

 

    1. #70

      Me too, me too!

      Posted by kae on 2008 03 27 at 09:29 PM • permalink

 

    1. #72 Bryla,

      you’ve lost your pet troll status.

      We’ve put up with you scraping your arse along the carpet because it made us laugh.

      But now that you’ve jumped onto the table and started shitting where we eat, it’s off to the pound for you.

      Posted by Pogria on 2008 03 27 at 09:41 PM • permalink

 

    1. Yup Bryla its all about YOU!!!

      Most of the times they do the “catch and release” on your sorry saggy ass because you are, quite frankly nothing worth worrying about.
      Your just to damn inconsequential to be bothered with.
      Fuck along now.

      Posted by thefrollickingmole on 2008 03 27 at 09:48 PM • permalink

 

    1. Also received a response from Alan Griffin’s office.
      Hopefully the message will be heard and action taken.This gang of commos and cretins like our pet troll above join a long list of arseholes who have tried to subvert Anzac Day for their own ideologies. Over many years every crank group from Vietnam moratorium protesters to Lesbians Against War has attempted to defile the memory of our fallen soldiers by staging some sort of protest at Anzac Day marches.In all these years, the penny has never dropped to these fools that the large majority of Australians honour and respect our war dead, and that holding some ratbag “protest” in the shadow of the solemn ceremony of Anzac Day is counter productive at best, and extremely offensive at worst.

      Posted by Pedro the Ignorant on 2008 03 27 at 10:01 PM • permalink

 

    1. Bryla continues to use this site to satisfy his cravings for notoriety. And the attention he receives further bolsters his self image.

      Then he provides us with two links that feature him, his writings and more about him.

      A theme is emerging and it seems the single cabbie from Cairns is a little self obsessed.

      Maybe the real Bryla is not a humble self-effacing Christian.

      Posted by mehaul on 2008 03 27 at 11:21 PM • permalink

 

    1. #72 Bryla.

      So for you the lesson from our previous sacrifice in war is “to not get sucked in”?

      Therefore, you suggest that those sacrifices were a waste?

      If that’s what you’ve learnt then you’re the type of student that wears a conical shaped hat and sits in the corner drooling.

      And you use the stories of the ANZACs at your stall displays to further your anti-western political messages? You are exactly the scum that Kipling wrote about at #67.

      If somehow you were suddenly granted self awareness and the ability to think critically, you’d die of shame.

      Posted by Penguin on 2008 03 27 at 11:46 PM • permalink

 

    1. A theme is emerging and it seems the single cabbie from Cairns is a little self obsessed.

      More like terminally narcissistic, mehaul.  I hate to see what his shower curtains look like.

      Posted by The_Real_JeffS on 2008 03 28 at 12:06 AM • permalink

 

    1. #78 TRJS. I’m sure they’re covered with himself. Urrrggggghhhhhhhhhh

      Posted by mehaul on 2008 03 28 at 12:40 AM • permalink

 

    1. Poor Bryla, it must suck every year to be reminded on ANZAC day that his betters have actually been prepared to put their lives on the line for something they believe in and are remembered with pride by the vast majority of the nation for it. wheras he is just another sad, self obessessed wanker who will be forgotton long before he dies.

      Posted by Harry Buttle on 2008 03 28 at 01:34 AM • permalink

 

  1. From the Ministers Office 2 –

    Good afternoon

    The Minister would like to thank you for bringing this issue concerning the use of the word ‘ANZAC’ which appeared on Perth Indymedia’s website to his attention.

    The group responsible has now changed their name. All references to the ANZAC camp are being removed from the Indymedia website.

    Posted by Harry Buttle on 2008 03 28 at 02:13 AM • permalink