Biennale of Sydney

There is an unhealthy growth of the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement (disaffected “trendy” lefties with too much money and too much time) which reflects a fundamental loathing of western civilisation.

The BDS movement is anti-semitic in origin, with a hatred of Israel, but is also reflected in a hatred of Christianity and Judaism. Curiously these anti-religious types do not extend that hatred to Islam.

But it is being extended to the arts, with a number of third-rate “artists” threatening to withdraw from the Sydney Biennale because of Transfield’s part ownership of Transfield Services’ operations at Nauru and Manus Island. As a result, philanthropist and a great Australian, Luca Belgiorno-Nettis, has resigned as Chairman and withdrawn his company’s money from the Biennale.

It was his father, Franco, who established the Biennale in 1973. Over the years it has grown, and the Belgiorno-Nettis family have been the long-term patrons.

They should be applauded and honoured, yet the management of the Biennale would rather side with a small rabble of disaffected and privileged artists.

This is the final objective of the BDS movement – to have a range of activities and religions banned. They are fundamentally fascist and intolerant, despite being the standard bearers of ‘diversity’. Oh the hypocrisy.

Hopefully the Biennale this year will collapse for want of funds. It is time that the BDS movement tasted the bitter fruit of their hatred.

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69 Responses to Biennale of Sydney

  1. Driftforge

    Christianity needs to bring back the orders martial.

  2. rebel with cause

    As Malcolm Turnbull correctly pointed out, if these artists have an issue with government asylum seeker policy then they should hand in their own government grants in protest. Of course that is never going to happen

  3. Tintarella di Luna

    Can you bear it? Let’s see how that works out. Biting the hand that feeds smarts but Transfield will pull its patronage for the Biennale and find some other worthy cause to support. It remains to be seen how this will turn out for the Biennale.

  4. cohenite

    Curiously these anti-religious types do not extend that hatred to Islam.

    Because they are a bunch of fucking cowards; all of them. The day I take notice of the feminist movement will be the day a bunch of them fly to the Holy Mosque in Makkah at Hajj, flop their tits out and demand equal rights.

    Same with the gays and marriage equality; I’ll take notice of that when they happy clap down to the local Mosque and demand to be married by the local fucking Iman.

    Bolt was absolutely dragged through the mud on Monday night on Q&A by that indescribable prick Jones who colluded with some fucking miserable aboriginal activist. On his program last night it was suggested to Bolt that he sue for he had more than enough ammunition but he doesn’t trust the ALP appointed judiciary. It was pointed out to him that he could have a jury trial but until someone follows Kenny’s example these flat track bullies and cowards will continue apace.

  5. eb

    Diversity is all the go with these fascists, except diversity of opinion.

  6. Andrew of Randwick

    The 19th Biennale of Sydney (2014) is supported by the following generous patrons:
    FOUNDING GOVERNOR
    - Franco Belgiorno-Nettis AC CBE
    GOVERNORS
    - Anonymous
    - Amina Belgiorno-Nettis
    - Luca and Anita Belgiorno-Nettis
    - Andrew Cameron AM and Cathy Cameron
    - Neilson Foundation
    - Penelope Seidler AM
    .
    MAJOR GOVERNMENT PARTNERS:
    The Visual Arts and Crafts Strategy – Australian Government
    Australia Council – Australian Government
    Trade & Investment Arts NSW – NSW Government
    Creative City Sydney – City of Sydney Council
    .
    FOUNDING PARTNER SINCE 1973
    Transfield
    MAJOR PARTNERS
    Deutsche Bank
    JCDecaux
    Panasonic
    pwc
    Valiant Hire
    Yering Station
    .
    MAJOR VENUE PARTNERS
    Art Gallery NSW (NSW Govt)
    CarriageWorks (Sydney CC, or NSW Govt)
    Cockatoo Island (Aust. Govt)
    Museum of Contemporary Art (?)
    .
    MAJOR FOUNDATIONS
    Anita Luca Belgiorno Netis Foundation
    Andrew Cameron Foundation
    Neilson Foundation
    Transfield Foundation
    .
    DISTINGUISHED SPONSORS
    Etihad
    ias Fine Art Logistics
    Minter Ellison Lawyers
    Studio
    Virgin Australia
    .
    DONATE
    Support the Biennale and assist with artists’ projects, education and public programs and, importantly, keeping the exhibition free so that it can be enjoyed by everyone. Donations of $2+ are tax deductible.
    For more information, please contact: Alexandra Bassett, Benefaction Coordinator, Phone: +61 2 8484 8733, Email: alexandra[at]biennaleofsydney.com.au

  7. Tintarella di Luna

    This attempted coercive interference with the business of a private company by the ‘artistes’ set reminds me of another attempt at coercion by hypocrisy.

    I am reminded about what the Disability Discrimination Commission did with his power back in May last year. In an unprecedented move, the Disability Discrimination Commissioner, a position in the Australian Human Rights Commission, a taxpayer funded organisation, launched a vicious online campaign on the Myer organisation, a private business, with the excuse of some insensitive and poorly-chosen words by Myer CEO Bernie Brookes at a Macquarie Securities conference.

    The response by the Disability Discrimination Commissioner was unprecedented. The Commissioner called on a private organisation to do what the Commonwealth government had not been called on to do, certainly not via a vicious social media campaign and petition seeking to coerce a private company to act in a certain way.

    Was this rogue Commissioner brought to book or censured in any way? No. There was absolutely no contrition, no acceptance of the irresponsibility of such a move given that shareholders, super funds, employees and third parties who could be affected by such campaign.

    Talk about ego out of control with the confidence that there would be no consequences for the damage done by a public official. Disgraceful, ill-considered and dumb.

  8. Paul

    Was the boycott of South Africa anti-Boer?

  9. GerardB

    The boycotting artists should also boycott the Nobel prizes. After all, the Nobel family fortune is based on the invention and development of explosives and armaments, much of which is in use today. and represents nearly 150 years of “blood on their hands”

  10. Rabz

    a small rabble of disaffected and privileged artists

    I have a very profound problem with these grubs being referred to as artists.

    They are nothing of the sort.

    Modern art is shite.

  11. srr

    Morality Poker – the stakes keep being raised until it comes to, “I’ll see your boycott, and raise you Civil War.”

  12. Leigh Lowe

    I became angry about asylum-shoppers in detention.
    I wrapped a Teddy Bear in barbed wire.
    I am an artist.

  13. Beertruk

    I wonder if the luvies realise they may have shot themselves in the foot?

  14. john constantine

    isn’t true diversity the existance of viable and sustainable populations of outliers from the statistical mean average?. sort of like the galapagos finch and tortise populations?. the left seem hell-bent on the creation of ‘diversity means everybody agrees with us,or else’. the inability of the left to tolerate people connected with their petty little arts festival who failed to be 100% on message is an abject failure of diversity. the penning of people in ’2000ad’ style megacities,identical world over in demographics and socialist righteousness isn’t diversity,it is reducing the human race to its mean average,and keeping it there by force of violence and payback. [and the leftie dream is very mean indeed....and lethal to creativity-what have these edgy artists created lately? painted a chapel roof any of them?.]

  15. cynical1

    Was the boycott of South Africa anti-Boer?

    I’ll get back to you when I check if Israel has separate toilets for blacks…

  16. 70s Playboy

    March in March! I’ll bet that many artists will be marching this weekend if they can drag their index finger away from their like buttons.

    I’m sure that many of you have heard about it and are keen to show your support.

    There’s a nifty little poll where you can indicate whether you will be marching as well

  17. 70s Playboy

    I wrapped a Teddy Bear in barbed wire.
    I am an artist.

    I am intrigued – I was wondering how much you would like for the bear?

  18. Major Elvis Newton

    Apparently Gabrielle de Vietri is the instigator behind the Transfield withdrawal.

    It’s worth reminding ourselves of just how much this ‘artist’ has gouged the public purse since embarking on her professional career.

    Here’s her tally so far:

    Grants / Residencies
    2013
    Arts Victoria Arts Development Grant
    2012
    Australia Council New Work Grant
    WARP Contemporary Art Platform Artist Village Residency, Genk, Belgium
    2011
    Künstlerhaus Bethanien / Australia Council Berlin Residency
    Horsham Regional Art Gallery and ACCA Regional Touring Programme Residency
    2010
    Australian Postgraduate Award
    City of Melbourne Artplay Grant
    2005
    George Hicks Award, VCA Graduate Exhibition 2005, Melbourne
    Friends of the VCA Award, Best Overall Artwork and Best Artwork by a Female Artist, Proud exhibition, Melbourne
    2004
    National Gallery of Victoria Women’s Association Award, VCA Graduate Exhibition 2004, Melbourne
    Best Artwork by a Female Artist award, Proud exhibition, Melbourne
    2002
    Residency at Port St Louis supported by IIotopie and EDF, France
    2001
    Sangora Educational Foundation Grant for Languages and Culture, Western Australia
    1999
    National Gallery of Australia Summer Scholarship for Visual Art Students, Canberra

  19. Beertruk

    It’s worth reminding ourselves of just how much this ‘artist’ has gouged the public purse since embarking on her professional career.

    I would say more like a leech on the tax payer.

  20. Max

    The Left are engaging in a Mafioso style vendettas against anyone whose opinions they dont like. See Bolt, BDS / Max Brenner, Transfield / Bienale

    Its not done honestly and upfront in Parliament, or in the Media, they are effectively undertaking Guerrilla warfare is a form of irregular warfare tactics of ambushes, sabotage, and hit-and-run tactics.

  21. Max

    They also did it against Maggie Thatcher after her death. its psychological warfare designed to wear down “the unbelievers” paid for by your tax dollars.

    Sell the ABC and pull all arts funding NOW

  22. Rococo Liberal

    I think it’s time to find out who these ‘artists’ are and then for us all to spread out and mount a campaign of boycott against them. We shoul;d make these immoral turds squirm as much as we can.

    We should apply the Fisk doctrine in action.

  23. Craig Mc

    I whole-heartedly support the decision of angry morons to starve to death.

  24. C.L.

    Why aren’t these “artists” being prosecuted under 18c?

  25. Using the same logic, will they also refuse Government money – no thought not!

  26. candy

    They never bothered with boycotting when Kevin Rudd first opened up Manus again. Far as I know, not one protest?

    So it’s about sabotaging the Abbott government’s policies because it’s conservative government.

  27. Baldrick

    The Biennale is Transfield.

    Without Transfield (and its founding father Franco Belgiorno-Nettis) there is no Biennale.

  28. Woolfe

    I’m sure the NSW government and Clover Moore will step in to fill the gap.

  29. rebel with cause

    The Libs should just cut funding for the arts entirely. It’s the right thing to do and it would save these precious petals from their moral dilemma.

  30. Gab

    If the budget is in such dire straits as Hockey keeps saying, it is then high time to temporarily, for a few years, stop funding all these “arts” causes. The Liberals need to get their priorities straight, and let’s face it, most of these “art” types never vote LNP anyway. What is more important when resources are scare? Healthcare, education, roads and infrastructure – or arts?

  31. Ellen of Tasmania

    Curiously these anti-religious types do not extend that hatred to Islam.

    Because they are a bunch of fucking cowards; all of them.

    I don’t think it’s just cowardice, it’s also tactics. If you follow Gramsci’s reasoning, and you want to bring down our western civiliation, then Islam is your friend.

    I’m not a prophet, or the daughter of a prophet, but I’m predicting that when extreme Islamic numbers and activity become too much for western democracies, the demand from the left will be for government control over all religious activity – including schools – with special emphasis on ‘fundamentalists’ by which they will mean anyone who actually believes the doctrines of their religion and most especially any Christians who do.

    Government approved and controlled ‘churches’ are not new in socialist countries.

    I’m sure the Islamists and lefties are quite happy to use each other for their own purposes. I wonder who’ll win?

  32. politichix

    Rococo Liberal
    #1221277, posted on March 12, 2014 at 9:44 am
    I think it’s time to find out who these ‘artists’ are and then for us all to spread out and mount a campaign of boycott against them. We shoul;d make these immoral turds squirm as much as we can.

    Completely agree! Going to get right onto that when I get back in front of the computer.

  33. Old School Conservative

    Spot on Gab: it is then high time to temporarily, for a few years, stop funding all these “arts” causes.
    Why not embargo all contributions to left wing causes until the budget is back in surplus and we as a country have some discretionary spending?
    Works for the household sector.

  34. jupes

    The Libs should just cut funding for the arts entirely.

    Spot on. What an absolute waste of money. If the ‘art’ is valuable people would buy it. Why reward incompetence.

    Check out the handouts given to the leech Gabrielle de Vietri listed by the good Major above. What is the point of the Liberals giving taxpayer funds to their enemies? It’s not being neutral, it’s being stupid.

    If I was minister for the arts, I would do myself out of a job within the amount of time it takes to dismantle all government funding organisations.

  35. .

    If the ‘art’ is valuable people would buy it. Why reward incompetence.

    Correct. The works produced by AC grant recipients are utter shit, not good enough to be rolled in glitter, nor grow tomatoes in.

  36. jupes

    I think it’s time to find out who these ‘artists’ are and then for us all to spread out and mount a campaign of boycott against them.

    If you pay tax, you cannot boycott them.

  37. politichix

    The call for a boycott came from RISE (Refugees, Survivors and Ex-Detainees). Just read their open letter – ticks all the illogical argument boxes. I had forgotten Van Thanh Rudd’s involvement last year – interesting how the boycott didn’t get off the ground when a Labor was in power. The only thing that’s changed is we have fewer illegals in detention. Go figure!

  38. Andrew of Randwick

    Artists are free to agitate and persuade the festival’s organising committee not to accept sponsorship from company X. But then the festival has moved into the realm of being a political movement – and taxpayers’ (or ratepayers’) money cannot be used to promote one political line above another.
    Thus Governments must immediately withdraw because the only reason given (that I have heard) was that a subsidiary of Transfield was a company acting in accordance with the laws of Australia, and performing a public service for the Australian people.
    Private companies can do what they want with their sponsorships.
    .
    MAJOR GOVERNMENT PARTNERS:
    The Visual Arts and Crafts Strategy – Australian Government
    Australia Council – Australian Government
    Trade & Investment Arts NSW – NSW Government
    Creative City Sydney – City of Sydney Council
    .
    MAJOR VENUE PARTNERS
    Art Gallery NSW (NSW Govt)
    CarriageWorks (Sydney CC, or NSW Govt)
    Cockatoo Island (Aust. Govt)
    Museum of Contemporary Art (?)
    .
    Sure if the Governments and Council remove their support before the invoices arrive for this years festival, the organising committee may have a cashflow problem. But that is self inflicted damage, and their responsibility.

  39. Splatacrobat

    The NSW Government should do what Campbell Newman did with the Literary awards.

    PREMIER Campbell Newman has scrapped the Queensland Premier’s Literary Awards in a move that has shocked and outraged arts and publishing identities.

    The Courier-Mail reports the Premier declined to comment on his move but a spokesperson issued a statement this afternoon which said cancelling the awards was part of the LNP Government’s plan to control government spending and lower the cost of living for Queenslanders.

    “In light of this, the Queensland Government has decided not to proceed with the Queensland Premier’s Literary Awards in 2012 which will save Queensland taxpayers $244, 475,” the statement said.

    The Qld Literary awards survived through public donation. I’m sure the Biennale will also survive if there are as many outraged artists with steady jobs and money to invest in this worthy cause as they make out there are.

  40. politichix

    Sorry it appears it was actually Sydney arts educator, Matt Kiem who first called for the boycott.

    Comments thread is fascinating in a car crash kinda way . . .

  41. Leigh Lowe

    So it’s about sabotaging the Abbott government’s policies because it’s conservative government.

    I can’t see Scott Morrison caving in because a bunch of basket-weavers choose not to display their grotesque puerile daubings in public.

  42. .

    Comments thread is fascinating in a car crash kinda way . . .

    How do they feel about turning back boats and closing down the mandatory detention centres of Paul Keating?

  43. Fred Lenin

    There is a move to form a BDS International Brigade to fight Israel ,when the iranian general Sausage showers it with nukes to “liberate” the opressed Palestinians.The Australian Arts Brigade will be backed by the Bobby Brown .brigade of inner city volunteers ,and the Trade Union Comrades Brigade led by Comrades Thompson.Williamson and the. Commander in chief jenral giliard ,theywill move in to loot the place ,something they excel at .!

  44. politichix

    Original artists who were signatories to the open letter to the Biennale Board

    Artists who have subsequently formally withdrawn from the Biennale are Libia Castro, Ólafur Ólafsson, Charlie Sofo, Gabrielle de Vietri and Ahmet Öğüt followed by Agnieszka Polska, Sara van der Heide, Nicoline van Harskamp and Nathan Gray.

    Arts sector workers and educators then got on the bandwagon. Dr Lorraine Bower, Ross Coady, Christie Cooper, Mark Gerada, Dr Matthew Holt, Matthew Kiem, Penelope Lee, Dr Suzanne Osmond, Naomi Solomon

    Add art critic Ruth Skilbeck to the list.

  45. candy

    Also no protests when Julia Gillard re-opened Nauru?

  46. politichix

    Original artists who were signatories to the open letter to the Biennale Board

    Artists who have subsequently formally withdrawn from the Biennale are Libia Castro, Ólafur Ólafsson, Charlie Sofo, Gabrielle de Vietri and Ahmet Öğüt followed by Agnieszka Polska, Sara van der Heide, Nicoline van Harskamp and Nathan Gray.

    Arts sector workers and educators then got on the bandwagon. Dr Lorraine Bower, Ross Coady, Christie Cooper, Mark Gerada, Dr Matthew Holt, Matthew Kiem, Penelope Lee, Dr Suzanne Osmond, Naomi Solomon

    Add art critic Ruth Skilbeck to the list.

    UPDATE: I have the above comment being held up in moderation at the moment because of too many links. Thought I post a clean copy while we’re still on the subject.

  47. Ivan Denisovich

    Why aren’t these “artists” being prosecuted under 18c?

    Theory meet reality:

    Magistrate Simon Garnett, according to the cock-a-hoop ABC, has given the green-light to Israel-hating bigots to continue a series of boycotts against a Jewish-owned chain of chocolate shops.

    They report:

    A Magistrate ruled the protesters were exercising their human rights and said their demonstration was lawful.

    Magistrate Simon Garnett also found the protesters did not threaten the peace or disrupt the public order.

    He also criticised the police response in some arrests, describing it as ‘heavy-handed’.

    We can only assume the Hulls-appointed Magistrate enforced the laws of the land impartially and appropriately but we agree with the bigots when they say the ramifications are huge.

    “It’s a victory for our capacity to protest in places where corporations have previously said they controlled,” she said.

    “It’s also useful for us to know that the QV management have no right to say we are not allowed to express our political opinions within that space.”

    If the Magistrate’s right and the Green activist Vashti Kenway is right about the legal situation, then it’s clear enough what must be done: the law must be changed to spare Jewish-owned businesses the protests and business-destroying Nazi-style boycotts of those who disguise themselves as anti-Zionists and anti-Israel.

    If it was merely about protesting against Israel or its government, the protest would occur at an Israeli consulate or embassy, not at a chocolate shop, not terrorising its customers, its young staff and worried owners whose only connection with the government of Israel is an ethnic one.

    http://www.vexnews.com/2012/07/hate-crime-lefty-hulls-appointed-magistrate-cheers-on-anti-israel-bigots/

    Bolt was absolutely dragged through the mud on Monday night on Q&A by that indescribable prick Jones who colluded with some fucking miserable aboriginal activist. On his program last night it was suggested to Bolt that he sue for he had more than enough ammunition but he doesn’t trust the ALP appointed judiciary.

    I know CL has stated it out before but it’s worth repeating. Not one MP from the Appeasement Party raised his or her voice to point out publicly the inappropriateness of the Bolt trial being heard by a long-time ALP member who was in the latte left-leaning ALP “Independents” faction before bombing out in a preselection for the safe federal Melbourne western suburbs seat of Gorton. Not one.

  48. politichix

    quick draw McGraw Professor!

  49. jupes

    when the iranian general Sausage showers it with nukes to “liberate” the opressed Palestinians.

    In this very real scenario, no Muslim will care less about the Palestinians.

    They will remain what they are now. Collateral damage as a means to attack the Jewish state.

  50. Combine_Dave

    no Muslim will care less a

    If no muslim will care less, does that, that some muslims will care more?

  51. And Another Thing

    This all sort of reminds me about the frog and the scorpion. It was a scorpion, wasn’t it?

  52. politichix

    And Another Thing
    #1221430, posted on March 12, 2014 at 12:10 pm

    This all sort of reminds me about the frog and the scorpion. It was a scorpion, wasn’t it?

    Nice . . .

    The Scorpion and the Frog is an animal fable about a scorpion asking a frog to carry him across a river. The frog is afraid of being stung during the trip, but the scorpion argues that if it stung the frog, the frog would sink and the scorpion would drown. The frog agrees and begins carrying the scorpion, but midway across the river the scorpion does indeed sting the frog, dooming them both. When asked why, the scorpion points out that this is its nature. The fable is used to illustrate the position that the natural behaviour of some creatures is inevitable, no matter how they are treated and no matter what the consequences. It is also used to illustrate that a person (frog) is to blame for the trouble they are in if it was caused by associating with another (scorpion) they know to be no good.

  53. Molly Molloy

    Wouldn’t it be so brave if the artistes collective formed a committee and workshopped a collage to express their heartfelt feelings .

  54. Splatacrobat

    Wouldn’t it be so brave if the artistes collective formed a committee and workshopped a collage to express their heartfelt feelings .

    We have already had vagina knitters. Maybe as this lot are full of shite, they could knit their bowel from their arse?

  55. Michael in Sydney

    Jonas Salk or Albert Sabin – they’d boycott them! Their “Cure” is “Jewish Biology” – similar to “Jewish Physics”.

  56. boy on a bike

    Luca Belgiorno-Nettis should just watch the whole thing collapse and then start up a fresh Biennale under a new name with a fresh set of artists.

  57. Ellen of Tasmania

    A Magistrate ruled the protesters were exercising their human rights and said their demonstration was lawful.

    Magistrate Simon Garnett also found the protesters did not threaten the peace or disrupt the public order.

    Because chocolate sold by Jews is so much more dangerous than abortion.

  58. DC

    And this is what De Vietri used her last handout, sorry, grant for:

    http://artery.australiacouncil.gov.au/2013/10/gabrielle-de-vietri-three-teams/

    Fucking fascinating stuff.

  59. James B

    I don’t know why some of you so-called “conservatives” keep supporting the Jews. They don’t support you. In fact many are socialists. I support BDS because it’s the Jews getting a taste of their own medicine, so to speak. They made their bed, with the socialists, now they must lie in it.

    They can’t have it both ways.

  60. Wozzup

    “The BDS movement is anti-semitic in origin, with a hatred of Israel, but is also reflected in a hatred of Christianity and Judaism. Curiously these anti-religious types do not extend that hatred to Islam.”

    Sad to say there is nothing at all curious about it. Every organization that is a founding member of the BDS movement is an islamic or islamic backed organization that has as part of their central tenet the destruction of the state of Israel………..not a two state solution. The last of these member organization was posted on this site not long ago. Not having Jews move out of the so called occupied territories but the destruction of the state of Israel. Little wonder that the BDS movement is anti Christian, anti Jewish and pro Islam. People who support it are nothing more than stooges – useful idiots.

    And as for the tosser James B who writes about “Jews getting a taste of their own medicine” you are part of this filth and its not terribly useful idiots like you who give mongrels like those who started BDS life and air. Of course that would not worry you given the language you use which would be very at home in Germany circa 1933.

  61. Boambee John

    “when the iranian general Sausage showers it with nukes to “liberate” the opressed Palestinians.”

    I suspect that israel has more nuclear weapons (and substantially better delivery systems) than Iran.

    Israel might fall, but the collateral damage will be appalling, and not just to Iran.

  62. James B

    Wozzup, I am not anti-semitic, nor am I left-wing in any respect. I consider myself a conservative. I do wonder why any other conservative would support the Jews (as a collective, not as individuals) when they’ve made it quite obvious their allegiance is to the left. They support socialist parties and policies. BDS is funny, it’s simply them getting owned by the same people they support.

  63. jupes

    I support BDS because it’s the Jews getting a taste of their own medicine, so to speak.

    Racist scumbag. Fuck off.

  64. ar

    Hopefully the Biennale this year will collapse for want of funds. It is time that the BDS movement tasted the bitter fruit of their hatred.

    What they really want is taxpayer money to fund their shit…

  65. calli

    What they really want is taxpayer money to fund their shit…

    That’s been in the wind right from the get go, ar.

  66. dan

    I do wonder why any other conservative would support the Jews (as a collective, not as individuals) when they’ve made it quite obvious their allegiance is to the left.

    Where did you pull that from? Jews, as anyone with the least bit of intellectual curiosity would easily learn, are and/or have been MPs for Labor, Libs and the Greens in recent years. At Federation four Jewish MPs opposed Labor in Parliament. As with the other Jew-hating trolls active here recently, you are just making up nonsense. If you want to be taken seriously as a scary fascist tough-guy type you should probably base your attacks on something resembling reality.

    Maybe if you want to learn something, read about a few somewhat well-known Jewish conservatives such as Malcolm Rifkind, Michael Howard, Disraeli, Nigel Lawson, Arlen Specter, not to mention Jews way further to the right all the way to the leadership of the Italian Fascist party, the Austrian FPO etc etc

  67. I support BDS because it’s the Jews getting a taste of their own medicine

    Please post a list of Gentile-owned chocolate shops that are being picketed by the owners of the Max Brenner chain.

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