The Nazis thought they were good people too

The oldest hatred in our universities in Melbourne:

Matthew Lesh from the Australasian Union of Jewish Students told Tom Elliott they’ve had a “phenomenal” experience on campus in the past two weeks.

“What’s happening on the other side of the world is directly impacting Jewish students in the most disgusting and despicable manner,” he said.

“We’ve seen across campuses, across Melbourne, even across Australia, what would be classed as anti-semitism in any understanding being carried out against Jewish students simply because Jewish students are associated with Israel.

“Some of the things that we’re hearing on campus at the moment are beyond reprehensible.

“You’ve got fundamental bullying of people just because of their views, their religious beliefs.”

From Instapundit so it’s an international story as well.

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47 Responses to The Nazis thought they were good people too

  1. goatjam

    18C is working well I see

  2. C.L.

    The mainstream Western left – including in Australia – believes passionately in the extermination of Israel. That is beyond dispute. Anyone care to argue otherwise?

  3. Tom

    From the link:

    Jewish students are allegedly being assaulted and refused entry into lectures at universities around Melbourne.

    Where is the federal education minister, Christopher Pyne? Where are Gillian Trigg and the Human Rights Commission? Oh, that’s right, it’s cool that our universities are controlled by thugs because Team Australia Hamas.

    What a fucking toilet you’re creating, Credlin.

  4. goatjam

    “What a fucking toilet you’re creating, Credlin.”

    Just following on from the good work done by McTurdan.

  5. Mater

    What? Perhaps they just need a Bendigo Bank Branch on Campus?

  6. Percy

    The mainstream Western left – including in Australia – believes passionately in the extermination of Israel. That is beyond dispute. Anyone care to argue otherwise?

    No.

    Where is the federal education minister, Christopher Pyne? Where are Gillian Trigg and the Human Rights Commission?

    Where are the Police? They are the only ones that can actually do something about this. Trigg and the HRC may be able to offer an expensive #head tilt, but since when did that help anyone?

  7. Rococo Liberal

    The mainstream Western left – including in Australia – believes passionately in the extermination of Israel. That is beyond dispute. Anyone care to argue otherwise?

    Sinistra delenda est

  8. Rococo Liberal

    Gotta love the Bendigo Bank story. It is a wonderful microcosm of everything that is wrong with Western culture at the moment. Cultural suicide in the name of anti-racism. I really want to punch all those self-righteous, sanctimonious bank employees in the face.

  9. Tintarella di Luna

    How about declaring the Socialist Alliance and the Australian Greens as terrorist organisations and the Anti-Sematism will stop. Both are led by some crazy-eyed loon.

  10. .

    Pile your hate on me as I am happy to own BEN shares.

    If we didn’t have a HRC, that stuff wouldn’t happen.

    Let’s get rid of it. Free speech is sacred.

  11. thefrollickingmole

    I dont get why the socialist alliance and their ilk infest unis so prominently. I am aware they have a handful of “sugar daddies” paying a lot of their costs, but a position helkd by less than 1% of the electorate has a well funded (by the uni) presence on every campus why?

    They are more invisible than “big Issue” sellers in the mainstream of Australian society.

    Federal[edit]
    At the 2004 federal election the Socialist Alliance received 0.12% (14,155 votes) in the House of Representatives,[32] and 0.11% (13,305 votes) in the Senate,[33] failing to reach 2% of the vote in individual seats.

  12. Robbo

    Israel and the Jewish community are good enough to rise above the anti semitic crap that is being dealt out to them (once again). Decent people need to stand alongside them and support them.

  13. .

    thefrollickingmole
    #1413717, posted on August 12, 2014 at 9:50 am
    I dont get why the socialist alliance and their ilk infest unis so prominently.

    I had a younger friend who spouted all kinds of green left nonsense as a student (thanks, Triple J). As soon as he got a job and started paying back his HECS and considerable income taxes, his views were polar opposites to his old worldview, he was almost libertarian.

    It is sad when people join the real world and still think Triple J is authoritative and lacks bias. Then it literally destroys their brains by slowly poisoning them.

    The LNP are not serious about ending the entitlement mentality. if they were, they’d end the biggest mouthpiece for that worldview.

  14. Ant

    Brigitte Gabriel. Remember the name.

    In that brilliant response to a question from the audience she clears away all the PC bullcrap and gets to the heart of the matter.

    The silent majority become irrelevant in the face of ideological barbarity.

    The hypothetical question is: Would fire bombing Berlin and a score of other German cities in 1938 have been morally justifiable to prevent WWII and save 40-50 million people from naked savagery?

    I think yes.

  15. Mater

    Pile your hate on me as I am happy to own BEN shares.

    Dot,
    I have no issues with the sentiment of the story, but imagine the pressure that is being placed on employees, intended or otherwise.

  16. Ant

    That, dot, is why I say the voting age should be raised at least to 21 and preferrably 25.

  17. Carpe Jugulum

    18c the pr1cks – you know you want to.

  18. Baldrick

    As our very own, publicly funded Race Discrimination Commissioner Tim Soutphommasan said, “Look, I’m agnostic on this.”

    Proof, it’s not the cause, but the side that matters.

  19. egg_

    I’m sure there’s plenty of evidence of vilification on the Twittersehere from Tertiary sheltered workshop pseudo-intellectuals…

  20. H B Bear

    Anyone looking for enlightened thinking, respect for western freedoms and an understanding of history on a modern university campus is in the wrong place.

  21. .

    Ant
    #1413736, posted on August 12, 2014 at 10:06 am
    That, dot, is why I say the voting age should be raised at least to 21 and preferrably 25.

    Go the whole hog and support demarchy.

  22. goatjam

    “Go the whole hog and support demarchy.”

    Huh?

  23. calli

    Thanks for that clip, Ant. If I’m being browbeaten by one of my progressive in laws on the subject, I now have a nice little mantra and a host of examples to back it up.

    “The peaceful majority are irrelevant”.

    Good, pithy stuff.

  24. jupes

    I had a younger friend who spouted all kinds of green left nonsense as a student (thanks, Triple J).

    Yeah like open borders are good to go, ditto gay marriage and Islam isn’t the problem – it’s just a couple of hundred terrorists.

  25. David

    Decent people need to stand alongside them and support them

    They do Robbo. Not everyone at the Support Israel rally in Melbourne was Jewish. The two who were with me certainly aren’t. One is an Anglican and the other Catholic.

    It would be nice to see the Jewish Board of Deputies support the students and 18C the leftist slime. While I strongly disagree with 18C it is there and if a weapon is to hand why not use it?

    Kol tuv

  26. alexis

    While I strongly disagree with 18C it is there and if a weapon is to hand why not use it?

    Because whoever uses it needs to spend precious time in conciliation meetings with the moronic students concerned, the outcome being an insincere apology or orders for costs which will never be paid by the respondents (who are broke), and which would not in any case cover the expenses such as time away from work.

  27. Elizabeth (Lizzie) B.

    I dont get why the socialist alliance and their ilk infest unis so prominently.

    Students hold Green-Left views firstly, because they are brainwashed, and secondly, although they may start to get some sense, they want to pass and/or do well. Their lecturers are mostly of the socialist Green-Left fifth column, they set Green-Left readings if the subject allows it, they mark from a perspective of agreeing with these readings. Add to that the fact that the political tendencies of the university hierarchies mostly lean strongly Green-Left also: you only have to look at who gets the Honorary Doctorates to see the problem, as these are recommended by senior staff and accepted by the Chancelleries. If universities were still places of freedom of thought then there would be an immediate clamp-down on harassment of Jewish students. Plus there be structures in places to ensure that there were no informal (and some formal) bans on hiring Israeli and other non-left Jewish academics.

  28. Elizabeth (Lizzie) B.

    .. in place (not places – although certain venues could do with it too).

  29. Dr. Sir Fred Lenin

    Joining the aocialist alliance and “working” in its office ,can be a good career move .for someone taking seven years to do a four year course,being a rabid commo will get you a degree with the lowest scores they give it to you to get rid of you. Giving a few “fringe benefits” will get you a job at an industrial law firm .you get the sack later ,but thats OK you have the union contacts to get you into a cushy “job” as an MP.as long as you toe the union line,you might even become prime minister,if the party owners depose the elected one ,for not obeying them . From then on you are set for life ,permanently attatched to the public teat.
    Sounds silly dont it,wonder if it could really happen?.

  30. struth

    Insulated , institutionalized public servants run unis…….what do you expect?
    It all starts in our schools.

  31. .

    Huh? Indeed:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demarchy

    So the lefties have tried to ratfuck that term as well.

    Basically it is sortition but you can vote people OUT of office or to strike down bad laws, not to write them…

  32. .

    Yeah like open borders are good to go, ditto gay marriage and Islam isn’t the problem – it’s just a couple of hundred terrorists.

    Gay marriage won’t affect you. Our borders are already fairly open, changing the implicit fee to an explicit one is simply good governance. The west has only been threatened by a few hundred terrorist attacks since the campaign by bin Laden and his associates, imitators and competitors began in the early 1990s. That is a fact.

  33. Where are their smartphones? Any student worth their salt would have it uploaded on social media in five minutes. FFS, they “teach” social media at uni these days, so why don’t they use it?

    Sunshine is the best antiseptic. Use it.

  34. duncanm

    Decent people need to stand alongside them and support them

    This. At every opportunity. We need to step up now.

    If 5 students are blocked from entering a lecture by a couple of SA loons, why aren’t there 50 students supporting them to get in?

  35. Dan

    If 5 students are blocked from entering a lecture by a couple of SA loons, why aren’t there 50 students supporting them to get in?

    Correct me if I’m wrong. These lectures were held for large groups of leftist maniacs. No one there would have intervened for obvious reasons.

  36. Paul

    That is a fact.

    Sorry numbers facts don’t matter, because….Israel.

  37. stackja

    MSM have helped create this madness.

  38. Does this mean when next in the big smoke I may be jostled by swampies as I attempt to exercise my right to enter a Max Brenner shop?

  39. cohenite

    Pile your hate on me as I am happy to own BEN shares.

    If we didn’t have a HRC, that stuff wouldn’t happen.

    Let’s get rid of it. Free speech is sacred.

    Dot’s last words as his head separates from the rest of him as ISIS has its way with all such pure of heart loons.

  40. Des Deskperson

    Unis haven’t changed in decades, it’s just that the fashions in ‘victims’ and ‘oppressors’ fluctuate.

    Back in the ‘seventies, it was ‘right wing’ ‘Catholics’ – agents of Bob Santamaria, started the Vietnam war; ‘clerico-Fascist’ (whatever that meant) – who were pushed about, jostled, shouted down and ‘occupied’. I joined in some of this, to my shame. Why? We were immature, had too much time on our hands and were easily led.

    The academics were all orthodox Marxists, no ‘queer studies’ – homos were bourgeois – and it was all about the nobility, wisdom and resilience of the proletariat – a group despised today by ‘progressives’ – stuff you had to swallow and regurgitate if you wanted good results. Well, at least they had actually read Marx.

  41. .

    cohenite
    #1414165, posted on August 12, 2014 at 4:21 pm
    Pile your hate on me as I am happy to own BEN shares.

    If we didn’t have a HRC, that stuff wouldn’t happen.

    Let’s get rid of it. Free speech is sacred.

    Dot’s last words as his head separates from the rest of him as ISIS has its way with all such pure of heart loons.

    Bendigo Bank and ISIS are one!

    Catallaxyfiles suffers from more and more deranged comments as the days go by.

  42. .

    Paul
    #1413930, posted on August 12, 2014 at 12:36 pm
    That is a fact.

    Sorry numbers facts don’t matter, because….Israel.

    Israel is meant to be the counter-intuitive to my arguments…take it up with others and please don’t call me numbers ever again.

  43. Aristogeiton

    .
    #1414212, posted on August 12, 2014 at 4:58 pm

    [...]
    Bendigo Bank and ISIS are one!

    Catallaxyfiles suffers from more and more deranged comments as the days go by

    Yeah. Same lunatics, same lunacy.

  44. Aristogeiton

    Wish I could be as balanced as you, fruitcake…

  45. Mick Gold Coast QLD

    From Des Deskperson at 4:43 pm:

    “Unis haven’t changed in decades, it’s just that the fashions in ‘victims’ and ‘oppressors’ fluctuate.

    Back in the ‘seventies, it was ‘right wing’ ‘Catholics’ – agents of Bob Santamaria, started the Vietnam war; ‘clerico-Fascist’ (whatever that meant) – who were pushed about, jostled, shouted down and ‘occupied’. I joined in some of this, to my shame. Why? We were immature, had too much time on our hands and were easily led.”

    … and sometimes simply tired and worn out.

    The chappie the protest movement at large completely missed in the post Vietnam ’70s was a Mr Pot of Kampu-Cambodia although, at the time, they were a bit preoccupied with the murderous Afrikaners turning the South Africa economy into a basket case and Ian Smith’s potential as pillager of the future of cute Rhodesian kiddies with adorable big brown eyes.

  46. Zippy The Younger

    The perfect example for all men to follow!

    I guess its all about islamic jurisprudence hey

    http://wikiislam.net/wiki/List_of_Killings_Ordered_or_Supported_by_Muhammad

    that link I posted earlier stuffed up here it is again.

    EXTREME GRAPHIC WARNING!!!

    ISIS begins killing Christians in Mosul

    where are you numbers? grace us with some of your bleeding heart islamic apologism

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