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Friday, October 25, 2013

Multiculturalism for us, but not for jews...



Watch this video.


Imagine European people being allowed to do this to protect their own lands.


Imagine our politicians speaking out against the “infiltrators” in our countries.


Imagine that many whites getting angry and fighting back against their genocide in the name of multiculturalism.  And with the backing of so many politicians.


Israeli’s protecting Israel can. But we’re not allowed to do it.  Instead we import thousands of non-white immigrants into our country each year and give them benefits.


We teach our children in our schools that we are "all the same”.  That we should feel guilty for being white.


Our young people are brainwashed by MTV that they should be race mixing, having children with these blacks.


NO!!! NO!!! NO!!!


Multiculturalism is wrong.  It is genocide for the white race. 


Get as angry as these jews.  Speak out.  And fight back.


Thursday, October 17, 2013

Sunshine State One Day, Stalinist The Next.

Im sure it doesn't take a brain surgeon to figure out that these anti Biker laws have nothing to do with Bikers, but all to do with policing the people and some big bold plans in the future.



Source.http://theconversation.com/a-phony-war-bikies-arent-the-only-problem-on-queenslands-glitter-strip-19231 

Terry Goldsworthy, Assistant Professor Bond University. 

"Bikies have become the poster boys of crime in Queensland. In the past week we’ve seen the announcement of a spartan, bikies-only jail likened to Guantanamo Bay, tough new laws rushed through a marathon session of state parliament overnight, and a constant stream of news about “the war on bikies”.

 It was all sparked by last month’s brawl between Finks and Bandidos outlaw motorcycle gang members at a Gold Coast restaurant. But what really sparked public outrage was that after the brawl, bikies laid seige to a major police station in Southport.

From 1994 to 2010, I worked as a detective on the Gold Coast, in charge of the Criminal Investigation Branch at Burleigh Heads. So I was as shocked as anyone to see the TV images of the police station under siege – not just that the bikies would be so brazen, but also that the local police appeared unable to respond.

 However, the Queensland government’s rapid response with new far-reaching and unprecedented laws does not match the scale of the crime threat posed by bikies on the Gold Coast, and risks undermining some basic principles of the criminal justice system. 

How many bikie gangs are there?

Data recently obtained from Queensland Police indicates that there are 14 outlaw motorcycle gangs officially recognised as operating in Queensland. Membership includes full members, probationary, prospect and nominee members. There are approximately 920 members of outlaw motorcycle gangs in Queensland, with the 14 clubs having 50 chapters and 835 full members. Membership of the gangs is spread throughout the major towns and cities of Queensland, with the larger proportion of members located in the south eastern corner of the state.

The South Eastern Police Region, which includes the Gold Coast and Logan areas, has the greatest concentration of members, with seven clubs based in the Gold Coast Policing District (which stretches from Coomera to the New South Wales border at Tweed Heads). The Gold Coast has three of the high-risk clubs: namely the Finks, the Bandidos and the Rebels.

Of interest is that despite Queensland Police only nominating 14 clubs as existing in Queensland, the recently introduced Criminal Law (Criminal Gangs Disruption) Amendment Bill listed some 26 gangs that are to be prescribed as “criminal organisations”.

This prompts the question: if Queensland Police is not recognising 12 of the gangs as even being present in Queensland, why is the government legislating them as criminal organisations? 

How much of a criminal threat are bikies?

Turning to crime, we can see that outlaw motorcycle gangs play a relatively minimal role. Statistics provided by experts such as Arthur Veno suggest that outlaw motorcycle gangs are responsible for about 0.6% of overall crime. Examination of police data for the Gold Coast and surrounding areas over a 12 month period showed that outlaw motorcycle gangs committed about 0.9% of overall crime. This reduced to 0.4% of overall crime if associates were removed and only members were included.

These statistics clearly show that these gang members are not committing significant amounts of crime. They are, however, committing crime in public, and that is why the wider public’s imagination is captured.

 In its annual intelligence assessment of organised crime released earlier this year, the Australian Crime Commission noted the movement of outlaw motorcycle gangs to more visible crime.

 Importantly, though, this violence is usually intra-club. Recent data obtained from Queensland Police also showed that the three most common offences committed by the outlaw motorcycle gangs were breach of bail, unlicensed or disqualified driving, and low-level possession of dangerous drugs.

This is all hardly the stuff of organised crime king-pins. In fact, much of the crime committed by outlaw motorcycle gangs fails to satisfy the definition of organised crime activity as put forward by the Australian Crime Commission Act. 

Hidden crime trends in Queensland 

 It is not just the bikies doing more crime. It is probably salient to look at the wider picture of crime in Queensland. In the past two years, Queensland has seen an 8% increase in the rate of total offences reported statewide. The Gold Coast, for instance, has seen a 36% increase in robberies and a 24% increase in weapons offences over the last 12 months. 

The Queensland Police’s Annual Statistical Review provides the public with a detailed snapshot of crime across the state. The review allows for an informed assessment to be made of the performance of the Queensland Police Service. In the 2012 review, the Gold Coast was first in the state for the amount of “other offences”, which includes offences such as public order and drug offences, second for offences against property and fourth for offences against the person. 

This year, however, the Queensland Police Service has refused to publish the Annual Statistical Review. This has made analysis of current crime trends difficult – if not impossible – to the average citizen. 

 So, while the war on bikies is commanding all the headlines right now, there are other, more concerning trends developing. The Queensland government’s new anti-bikie legislation has not gone through due process or been given the consideration it needs as to its fairness and impact on the wider community. 

 It is also concerning that the free and robust flow of information to the Queensland community from the state government on issues such as crime is being stifled. There’s no question we should be getting tougher on bikies, as I’ve argued in the past. And no one – whether you’re a politician, a police officer or someone holidaying on the Gold Coast – wants to see bikies brawling on our streets. 

However, we need to make sure that in responding to a visible but relatively small criminal threat, we don’t undermine the criminal justice system in the process."

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Stalin would be proud. Queensland " Vicious Lawless Association Disestablishment Bill".


 So it would seem the Stalinist regime in Queensland can simply insert any name they believe is criminal into their new bill. No court process at all. Simply insert Joe Blog association and your on your way to the Queensland version of Guantanamo Bay. No place in the Vicious Lawless Association Bill does it say bike clubs.

It does say this.


Vicious Lawless Association Disestablishment Bill 2013 

Definitions In this Act—association means any of the following—(a) a corporation;(b) an unincorporated association (c) a club or league;(d) any other group of 3 or more persons by whatever name called, whether associated formally or informally and whether the group is legal or illegal.

Get it? Anyone in a group of more than three. Now I'm no bush lawyer, but I am pretty certain this bill can be used on practically anyone. 

Now for some extra news.


Queensland version Guantanamo Bay
The Queensland Premier Commissar  Campbell Newman was very excited to announce on his Face Book this morning the following. 

Members of outlaw motorcycle gangs jailed in Queensland will be sent to a bikie-only prison facility where they will be denied access to gym equipment and kept in their cells for 23 hours a day. 

The centre, to be established at the ultra-secure Woodford Correctional Centre, will form a core part of the Newman Government's attempt to drive outlaw bikie gangs from Queensland. 

Convicted gang members imprisoned at the facility will also be denied televisions and be subject to a more stringent regime of drug testing and searches. 

All calls unrelated to their legal representation will be monitored and their mail opened and censored while visitor contact will be restricted to one hour a week. 

He was very proud of that one. Keep in mind there is NO mention of Bikers in the Bill.  Read it again if you must. This Bill can apply to anyone. Anyone who has committed an offense in Queensland and belongs to a club, group or association. 

Any of the above  can be criminalized by the state without any formal court proceedings. Possibly you and I, especially if we belong to a Nationalist Party or even dare I say any Green/Left wing org that pisses off the State at any time in the future. 

If you are found to have committed an offense you will be denied bail. No matter how small the offense. Then if you are found guilty of this offense you will be instantly given an extra MANDATORY 10 years in a Maximum security prison specially built for you and your fellow club/group comrads. 

Oh did we mention NO parole? Oh and a provision has been written in to make sure the courts do not allow parole unless the individual sings big brothers tune and co-operates. Sounds like Nuremberg.  

But hey, "Premier Campbell Newman" said law-abiding motorcyclists had nothing to fear from the 'world's toughest legislation' but asked for their patience if police asked to see their credentials".

Again Joe Blog watching the news and reading the paper still believes these laws are Outlaw Biker specific. Believe me after reading some of the comments on Newmans Face Book in support of these laws, I think we should all be a little worried about Joe Blog from Queensland. Comments such as, 'put all the bleeding hearts in prison with the bikies.', or 'the people who are against this law must have something to hide.'  Scary stuff folks.

So there is a list of clubs the Government has declared Vicious and Lawless. These are just penciled in as required. This is the only time Bikers are mentioned, along with the fact that they will have their Bikes crushed. 

This childish act of breaking your enemies toys truly makes you wonder WTF have these guys been watching? Personally, I believe they know exactly what they are doing and that this childish act is just a symptom of their arrogance.

Here is the list of declared enemies of  Ingsoc and Oceana, sorry we mean Queensland.
.the motorcycle club known as the Bandidos • the motorcycle club known as the Black Uhlans • the motorcycle club known as the Coffin Cheaters • the motorcycle club known as the Comancheros • the motorcycle club known as the Finks • the motorcycle club known as the Fourth Reich • the motorcycle club known as the Gladiators • the motorcycle club known as the Gypsy Jokers • the motorcycle club known as the Hells Angels • the motorcycle club known as the Highway 61 • the motorcycle club known as the Iron Horsemen • the motorcycle club known as the Life and Death • the motorcycle club known as the Lone Wolf • the motorcycle club known as the Mobshitters • the motorcycle club known as the Mongols • the motorcycle club known as the Muslim Brotherhood • the motorcycle club known as the Nomads • the motorcycle club known as the Notorious • the motorcycle club known as the Odins Warriors • the motorcycle club known as the Outcasts • the motorcycle club known as the Outlaws • the motorcycle club known as the Phoenix • the motorcycle club known as the Rebels • the motorcycle club known as the Red Devils • the motorcycle club known as the Renegades • the motorcycle club known as the Scorpions.

Here is a list of address you better stay way the fuck away from. If you don't you are off to prison. On second thought Im not going to publish them as some of them are legit buisneses, with people who have families to feed.  There is some 40 places listed all over Queensland.  

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Sadly I haven't mentioned much about the businesses the state just put out on the street. Because under these new laws the above clubs and their members, along with any associates are no longer allowed to operate tattoo parlors and other such businesses.

So whats been going on all this week leading up to today? Well read the following; All over QLD/Oceana the secret police have wasted no time in letting every one know the State means business.

For a long time, I have taken care to not speak ill of police around my daughter and have avoided choking on my words while always telling her police are employed to protect society and to arrest bad people. My thinking has been the lass is an aware and intelligent child who will form her own opinions of police and of other worldly matters, devoid of my biased influence. Her mind was made up today (Sunday, October 13, 2013). Three plain-clothes police, with openly carried side-holstered handguns, entered my house today and despite their (quite frankly) reasonable demeanor, scared my little girl so badly, it took most of the day to settle her down. It really hit home, how it had affected my child, when, an hour after the police left, I found her hiding under my bed with her favourite soft toy for protection. It took me several minutes to convince her to come out. Well done, Queensland Police Service. That’s quite a solid day of winning the hearts and mind of the next generation. BIKIE TASKFORCE I suppose I should explain why police were even at my home, today. It was the new anti-bikie taskforce, but they didn’t identify themselves as such. Not at first. The one who bothered to wave his badge at me expressed his task was to perform a weapons audit. Well damn. Under Queensland law police can audit your weapons (enter your property) without any need for a warrant. You have to let them. Or, you can hand in your guns and license, and be able to tell them to go away until they have a warrant or other legal cause. “Uh, I was audited only a few weeks ago,” I said. I actually was. “Yeah, well this has been scheduled...” “Come on in, then.” The three filed in and we walked to my lounge room. My daughter, who had walked to the door with me, was back in the lounge room and seemed spooked. She bolted through a gap between myself, police and the couch and ran for her bedroom. She was making a weird sound like a cross between crying and saying “urghhhhhhh”. I called after her. She ignored me. I went to follow but she came bolting back out with her favourite soft toy and tucked herself into the corner of the lounge where she had her back to the wall (in a corner) sat in the fetal position and hugged her toy tight. I could not get her to talk to me. She wouldn’t get up. I could only reassure her that everything was okay and that I would talk to the police. One offered to her “We won’t keep dad long.” I have to say the police weren’t acting obnoxiously, as I would have expected – the cynical side of me suggests, over and above having met the attitude test with the “correct”, um, attitude, my young daughter and her response may have softened the demeanor of the police – but I am only surmising. They patiently waited while I tried to undo my daughter’s fright. She clearly felt their presence was some sort of violation and she was frightened. No doubt about it. Back with the three police, guns were clearly not why there were in my house. “Are you still a *name removed* ?” one asked. Immediately I felt like I had been kicked in the sternum. I had to concentrate hard to avoid shaking. I wasn’t scared. Well, maybe I was. But I was definitely angry. The reality of what was occurring in my home hit me like a freight train. I had just become one of the many civilians to be swept up in the ludicrous new regime of policing in Queensland… and I wasn’t even on a bike or in a group. Today proves all the “hysteria” about the crackdown, in my mind. “I’ve never been a *name removed*…” I started to say. “Oh, I mean *2nd name removed*” he hastily corrected. “Never been a member of them either.” The quizzing continued with me being asked if I was a prospect, nom, associate – all rightfully denied. I was asked about working for an OMC-“owned” security company – a company which, admittedly, does have a small number of OMC members working for it, as they have no convictions and hold Queensland Security Providers Licenses. Apparently this means the firm is actually owned by the OMC. Laughable. But I digress. At some point I asked what I should have asked immediately. “Why are you asking me these questions?” They were very clear in their reply. It was squarely to do with the crackdown in the wake of that Gold Coast brawl. One of the police had occasionally referred to a wad of paper of which the font page had a thumbnail image of me – it looked like my weapons license photo. After a few minutes they asked about discrepancies on the weapons audit a few weeks earlier and wanted to see my latest list. I’ll spare you the full details. Here is the summary. The mismatches were acknowledged at the previous audit to have been at Weapons Branch’s end. It was confirmed I needed to do nothing however two separate sections within that branch needed to catch up of some paperwork as to precisely which weapons were registered to me. I had police-issued paper work (PTAs) for everything not listed and a licensed gun shop’s form to account for the whereabouts of the one “missing” weapon which was in for repair. The three in my home today were lacking the details, still, for some weapons. Somewhat astoundingly, not the most recent weapons I had acquired. I suggested, after witnessing some serious head scratching, that we just open up the safe and they take a look. They merely counted the firearms. Didn’t check what was actually there. I showed PTAs for the weapons not listed (again, not physically checked) and as we went to leave the room I keep the safe in, one asked, “Um, so where do you keep the key?” Without double checking I can’t be sure, but last time I checked, only the licensed people are allowed to have access to a private weapons safe in this state. Police do not necessarily have a civilian weapons license. Telling him would be akin to an unlicensed wife having access to a gun safe – an offense wives and husbands have been charged for thanks to a helpful wife (usually, according to anecdotal stories at shooting club meets) opening the safe for an audit. Good trick question, that one. Despite all this I was confused for another reason. My safe has a pin-pad and lacks a key backup facility. One of the other police pointed this out, to my amusement. In the lounge room again, and the real reason for the intrusion was revisited. “Now, you know about what’s happened at the gold coast, yeah…” I suggested we talk outside and away from my daughter’s young ears. There was a veiled warning to stay away from any bikies I knew so as to stay off the police radar. In fact, they were really quite open about what their intention had been. “We are rattling all doors”. No surprises there. The tact turned to asking about other people I know, have worked with or for, and why I no longer speak to certain people. Lots of leading questions, clearly fishing, about their supposed drug use or drug dealing, steroids and the like – all things I have nothing to do with and have not had for more than a decade, in any capacity. The main person they were interested in was recently arrested and charged over a drugs offense. He and I had fallen out about a year earlier. They seemed really keen to know what the falling out was about. I decided to tell them. The reason had nothing to do with illegal activities. They seemed disappointed by this. More questions. More “no”s and “I don’t know”s – they were asking about people I didn’t know, hadn’t seen in months or years (or at all) and about activities I knew nothing of. It was all very leading and was clearly a fishing exercise. When I denied knowledge of a matter, a peripheral question would be asked a moment later designed to undermine my denial by eliciting inadvertent acknowledgement of knowledge. I had nothing to tell them, but it still felt uncomfortable. Something about OMCs and organised rides was eventually mentioned to which I responded, “I can’t even go on those rides – neither of my bikes are registered.” The female officer spoke up this time. “Probably not a bad thing, at the moment,” she said. WHERE IS THIS ALL GOING? I have done nothing wrong. I have nothing to hide. But it is nonsense to say, therefore, I have nothing to fear. I am terrified. Police already can enter my home, which they don’t need to do, to interrogate me about things I have nothing, really, to do with. They did it today. A sunny Sunday, at lunch time, while I was at home with my child. It seems, further more, even police will tell you not being a road motorcyclist at this time is the safer bet. What has happened to my State? It has all gone wrong. 

Now are we all on the same page?

I bet we would all like to know how all this came about? Well word on street and its well sourced, does not mention organised crime, drugs or any other Sons of Anarchy crimes. 

It would seem after a rather large fight involving OMC at Broadbeach Queensland, a few Patch members had themselves arrested. Well a certain club then traveled to the Police Station to show support for the members held under lock and key. Much like what happens when the police arrest Indigenous people all over QLD. The only difference being the Station wasn't burnt down or Police injured. 

It seems the Police didnt like this show of unity and had a sook. Just a bit of bad luck for the OMC, they are white and the wrong minority. 

Yes it always come back to race. 

Monday, October 14, 2013

Queensland, no longer the Sunshine State. Queensland the Stalinist State, slides behind the Iron Curtain.

From left to right we have the relatively unknown Attorney General Jarrod Bleijie, the Premier of Queensland Campbell Newman and the man they obviously studied under, Joseph "I killed and  interned over 20 million people" Stalin.

You may have missed all the news from Queensland Australia, but in the last week things have taken a drastic turn for the worse under the Occupying force named the Liberal National Party and its secret Police known as the Queensland Police Service.

Under the guise of a bikie crack down the Attorney General and members of his secret police are pushing through parliament laws that will find everyone in the state of Queensland with out the right to receive bail, to associate, or to travel in numbers larger than three with out being questioned.

In sweeping legislation that will get the rubber stamp from parliament this week, Queensland will officially become a Stalinist Dictatorship. In the short term this will only affect members of Outlaw motorcycle  Clubs "OMC". Yet this legislation being forced through has no sunset clause that will see it revoked after the "bad guys" have been placed in jail or run out of the state.

In what can only be called sheer arrogance the State has even admitted that these laws will affect innocent people. Leaving us with a Police commissioner saying  "we have nothing to fear if we haven't done anything wrong". 

In the past few days stories are creeping out on Social Media sites of people who are now being targeted by Police, in what the Police claim are only intelligence operations. No warrants needed as they, the Bikie Task Force are only answerable to the Premier.

Business owners of tattoo shops, motor cycle shops or people who are associated with anyone remotely connected to OMC's are having their rights denied and their homes raided. People are being strip searched by the side of the road and interrogated by armed policemen in front of their small children, and this is before the new legislation comes into place this week.

As I type, Queenslanders riding motorcycles are being openly targeted by Police in what they say is only intelligence gathering but amounts to discrimination. The presumption of innocence no longer exists, if you are riding a motorcycle the State has told you, they are sorry for the inconvenience but in the long term you will thank them. Sounds like a script from George Orwells 1984

 Lets have a sticky beak at what they will have done by this time next week. Keep in mind that these laws and legislation are not biker specific and can be used against anyone once introduced.

Denied Bail.

Members of criminal motorcycle clubs charged with any offence, no matter how minor, will be denied bail under tough new legislation to be introduced in Queensland Parliament next week.In a move that has outraged civil libertarians, state Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie said the presumption of bail in court proceedings would be reversed. "We're going to have a presumption against bail for criminal motorcycle gangs," he said.

Having your personal belongings destroyed.

OUTLAW motorcycle gang members will have their bikes confiscated and crushed under the State Government's promise to introduce the world's toughest laws to eradicate Gold Coast bikies. "We'll crush what has become a symbol of intimidation, fear and violence, just like we'll crush their criminal enterprises. To much "Sons of Anarchy" anyone?

Forced to confess something, anything or face Jail. 

New legislation will be introduced into Parliament on Monday to increase coercive powers of CMC. Under the laws, anyone who refuses to answer questions will face a mandatory jail term Premier Campbell Newman defends measures, says bikies will be forced to give up information. Civil libertarians fear "extreme" powers will be abused.

QUEENSLAND police officers have been ordered to intercept every bikie even if the rider is doing nothing wrong.

The “toughest laws Australia has ever seen” will pass through state parliament without any scrutiny. “These laws, once there, will be there forever,”

Army could join Police crackdown! Yes using the army on its own people. These truly are terrifying times.

Under these laws that will be passed, people riding in groups of three or more WILL be targeted. People who have had any and they mean any contact with a member of an outlaw MC will be questioned. If they do not answer the questions they are asked they will be jailed. If you are arrested over any matter even if it is for littering you will be denied bail and held in custody until your court date. These laws and legislation do not say Only if you are a Patch wearing member of an outlaw MC. They can be used at any time on anyone.

So how can they get away with this? Simple the media is silent on the issue of who these laws will affect. The public who has been fed a constant diet of "Bikie Violence" on the news, think that they need these laws to protect them. Sound familiar? "war on terror" anyone? All the media has to do is add this little bit to any story, "suspected bikie connections". They have been using that one on every violent story for about a week now. 

So how much will this cost? What is the price we will be paying for our own internment? 20 million dollars folks. While our hospitals are hopelessly under staffed. While our suburban streets and country towns suffer from serious under policing.

20 million dollars to convince you that they are fighting "organised crime" while 'crime ghettos' and 'no go zones' exist because the police do not have the funding or resources to protect property and people. 

Yes people, ask yourself why are we paying for a Police force that over looks crime that affects you and I every day? Why are we paying for a Police force with our own taxes, that will routinely harass and intimidate innocent people? Why are we paying for a Police Force that is obviously a servant for the State and not here to serve the people?   

Now please don't get the staff at WLT wrong. We in no way wish to support a gang of "Nike Bikies" from Lebanon with their Gold Chains and steroids. We will be honest, 90% of the current clubs in this nation deserve to be put away for what they are doing to our youth and our nation. This is exactly why they have been chosen for extermination by the QLD NKVD

Public support for OMC is low; very low. Unlike 20 to 30 years ago when the clubs still had control of their own destiny and they frowned upon drug use and dealing.  Previous to Milpera and the Middle Eastern take over, clubs like the Comanchero's  rules clearly stated, Rule 5- Any member found guilty of selling, distributing or using hard drugs, will be thrown out. Rules such as that were more common than many would know. If clubs had stuck to these rules and not recruited from Middle Eastern crime gangs, they would not have found themselves in the position that they are now. In fact, if they had hung onto tradition of the Outlaw 1%  they may have been the first ones to stand up and fight against such draconian laws.

As with all groups there is always a few bad apples. A good example would be every Police force around the world. The OMC should be handled with good policing. There is sufficient laws to do just that. But for the state to do this they would then have to take on the Middle Eastern and other Ethnic crime gangs that operate out of Sydney. The state would have to discriminate against an ethnic minority. In this day and age, that will not fly. So they target the weakest link. those who the public still think are an all Anglo group. 

Its a win-win for the State. They use the media to whip up anti bikie hysteria to bring in laws that they know can be used against the greater community. These laws will be used every time the State feels threatened in the future or needs to shut down a noisy minority. Will we see the likes of EX M.P  Rob Messenger using these laws to shut down groups Like Blood and Honour or the Southern Cross Hammerskins? My guess is yes.