Their ABC condoning violence

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51 Responses to Their ABC condoning violence

  1. Zatara

    Can aggression and violence be a better option than assertiveness and strong arguments to effect change?

    Love the assumption that the violence will be one-way.

    That the left is somehow sacrosanct and cannot be struck back.

  2. “Can aggression and violence be a better option than assertiveness and strong arguments to effect change?”

    Oh well….at least we see some honesty. This is true leftism. Tis what they have been hankering for.

    My response to this…..I say bring it on….because I and others will respond with “aggression and violence”.

    We won’t start the fire…but we will finish it.

  3. a happy little debunker

    I was socialised to always protect and never hit women – but if any of these buttercups wanna go the biff, then a can of whupass will be opened.

  4. Bruce of Newcastle

    The progressive Left’s culture of non-violence was ingested during the Gandhi/Mandela years. Now that it has become a hindrance to their cherished aims they are trying very hard to overthrow it.

    But the ABC luvvies haven’t noticed that the intelligentsia are always first against the wall when the communist revolution arrives, or that they happen to be the intelligentsia.

  5. C.L.

    LOL.
    The only thing that stopped the suffragettes’ violent march to victory was WWI, hey?
    Sure, sweetheart.

  6. stackja

    Their ABC condoning violence

    Their ABC inciting violence?

  7. stackja

    Suffragette violence in 1913 and 1914
    The newspapers soon began to carry weekly round-ups of the attacks, and reports of suffragette violence are evident across the country, with papers like the Gloucester Journal and Liverpool Echo running dedicated columns on the latest outrages.[12] During 1913, a suffragette attacked the glass cabinets in the Jewel House at the Tower of London, while in Dundee, in Scotland, four postmen were severely injured by phosphorus chemicals left in post boxes.[13] In Dumbarton 20 telegraph wires were cut; Kew Gardens orchid house was attacked and its teahouse burned down.[14] In Ilford, three streets had their fire alarm wires destroyed and in Saunderton the railway station was destroyed, with placards entitled ‘Votes for Women’ and ‘Burning For the Vote’ left among the debris.[15] Croxley Station near Watford also suffered a similar fate, although the attack was initially not attributed to the militants until a suffragette newspaper was delivered to the Station Master with a scribbled inscription, ‘Afraid copy left got burnt.’[16]

  8. Arky

    My response to this…..I say bring it on….because I and others will respond with “aggression and violence”.

    ..
    You will get charged and have your life wrecked.
    They won’t.
    The solution to this one is: there are no easy solutions.
    We did not get here quickly, and we won’t get out quickly or without a lot of work.

  9. Not Uh oh

    Be careful ladies. Those who sow the wind……..

  10. cohenite

    Lol, the abc is a viper’s nest of leftism; leftism has no arguments or reason which is why all it has is violence. Trump knows this; name another Western pollie who does. Wilders, Le Pen…..

  11. duncanm

    be very careful feministas.

    The “pussy pass” is your shield against violence. Do you really want to remove it ?

    Despite what woke hollywood types would like you to believe, you will lose in a fistfight.

  12. mh

    The Coalition has been in government for 17 of the last 23 years and continue to hand over Australian taxpayer money to fund this extremism.

  13. JohnL

    Not Uh oh
    #3202207, posted on November 5, 2019 at 12:26 pm
    Be careful ladies. Those who sow the wind……..

    Ladies???????
    Are you referring to those “its” on the panel last night as ladies?
    They certainly were not ladies, not women and certainly not females of the species. They were genetic mutant mistake when nature was trying to create a female of species.
    Even Frankenstein would be able to create something like that.

  14. It’s never considered violence when it’s enacted by the Left.

  15. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Despite what woke hollywood types would like you to believe, you will lose in a fistfight.

    Gen Snowflake, who have probably never been in a fistfight in their lives?

  16. Shaun

    The fracture of societies is well on it’s way. The result will be communities finding their own and creating borders and fences to keep out the unwanted who have different values. By agitating for violence you would want to be careful about who is on the other end, as while their is currently a line of men in blue and social order keeping most under control, once that line is crossed, you want to be careful what you wish for.
    Many years ago in one of his books Mark Steyn wrote about countries dissolving into smaller states in the future.

  17. Lee

    So much for those lefty hypocrites spouting “what is it with the right and violence?” on Andrew Bolt’s blog and elsewhere.

    Shut down or privatise the ABC now!

    The progressive Left’s culture of non-violence was ingested during the Gandhi/Mandela years. Now that it has become a hindrance to their cherished aims they are trying very hard to overthrow it.

    The Left was in favour of “free speech” for many, many years.

    Now that they have by and large won, they only believe in it for themselves.

  18. Howard Hill

    I’m here to kick ass and chew gum and I’m all outta gum, bring it on!

  19. Roger

    The solution to this one is: there are no easy solutions.

    As others have noted, the solution is probably some sort of geo-political partition between the Left and everyone else, with everyone else probably forming several groups in alliance. Leftists are reaching the point where they regard themselves as not bound by the constitutional and legal order everyone else subscribes to. They want to play by different rules, the end justifying the means. They’d best think deeply before going there because it’s not going to end well for them.

  20. max

    “From the Personal to the Political” by Erin Pizzey

    Feminist movement was manufactured by leftist women tired of being relegated to the role of ‘chief cook and bottle washers’ in the kitchens of their revolutionary lovers.

    I left my husband facing his first night of baby sitting the children and set off for my meeting. I was less than impressed to find myself in a very big house hosted by a small woman with a sharp tongue.
    If I thought I was going to join a movement that was going to lessen my isolation with my two small children I was wrong.

    “Your problem is not your isolation,” I was told. “Your problem is your husband, he oppresses you.”

    We were also told that we were to call ourselves a collective, to refer to each other as “comrades” and pay three pounds ten to join the Women’s Liberation Movement. There were posters of fierce women waving guns over their head and a very large portrait of Chairman Mao on the wall. The violence of the posters upset me and because I was a child born in 1939 — a child born into a terrible war.

    What I saw happening were groups of left-leaning, white, middle-class women gathering together to hate men. Their slogan was: “Make the personal political.” What I could see happening was that the most vociferous and violent of the women took their own personal damage, their anger against their fathers and lovers and expanded their rage to include all men.
    Many of these women were “trust fund bunnies” meaning that they lived off their rich father’s money.
    What made the movement so immediately violent, was the fact that it was founded in England by American women who were on the run from the FBI.
    This was not the first time America exported its revolutionaries. Trotsky was deported along with other revolutionaries years before.
    Some went to Germany to join the Badermeinhof revolutionaries. Others went to Holland to join the Red Stockings and some chose to come to England. England seemed destined to become the revolutionary hot bed for terrorists all over the world, Beirut by the Thames.

    I was once at a BBC party that the taxpayers shelled out to pay for all the famous revolutionaries to be flown in from across the world to make a BBC programme. I watched ‘Danny The Red,’ argue with the sweating producer that he wanted bigger expenses and a more comfortable hotel. Ken Tyne kept spitting all over me declaiming that we should take over the BBC and launch the revolution ourselves.
    I was also forced to attend a tedious lecture where Bernadette Devlin harangued us and various black panthers gave salutes. A row of BBC would-be revolutionaries raised their pallid fists in reply.
    In 1970 terrorist women from groups everywhere poured into London for the first women’s liberation March but by this time I was becoming far more politically aware.
    I stood up in many of the violent and threatening collectives to tell the leaders of this movement that hating all men was not anything that I wanted to be part of. I told them that I considered my life a luxury. I had a husband who went to work and paid the mortgage so that I could stay home with my two children. I reminded them that, apart from a small group of men who internationally ruled in their countries, most people were slaves. I reminded them of the murderous regimes of Mao and of Stalin but of course many of those women were followers of both Mao and Stalin. Their attitude was that if thirty million died for the cause of the revolution so be it. I was hated with a passion and finally, ironically, excluded from the liberation movement.

    By 1972 the women’s movement had run out of money. Ordinary English women were far too intelligent and educated to want to be included into a movement that so obviously desired to destroy the family and men. Only the very isolated pockets of women living in areas like grizzly Islington and Kew, refused to let their boy children have any male toys, and boasted that their husbands or lovers had now been changed over night into ‘new men.’
    The rest of us accepted that men would always be men and any help in the house was gratefully accepted.
    While the bra-burning movement became a figure of fun in jokes on television and in newspapers, the movement slid into obscurity except in certain newspapers and in the academic circles. Here the misandry of the women’s movement found its exponents amongst untenured women professors. What they could do was to create a whole new ideology called “Women’s Studies” and brain wash generations of young women coming into Universities.

  21. max

    I found schools filled with “teachers” who were not teachers but political activists. I went to Universities to lecture and was roundly hated when I pointed out that 62 of the first hundred women who came into the refuge were as violent as the men they left.
    I addressed public meetings and talked about “battered men.” Since “Domestic Violence,” was considered a “female” issue it was women journalists who covered the subject. If I tried to interest newspapers in publishing my views, I came up again the same problem. I was in the hands of women editors who refused to allow me to publish.
    Things were no better in the book publishing field; editors routinely censor books, especially the radical lesbian editors. There was, and still is, a heavy censorship against anyone trying to break the code of silence. No one wants to acknowledge the extent of the damage that the feminist movement has done to the family and to men in the last thirty years.

    teachings… to brain wash women into believing that their husbands were the enemy and must be eradicated from the family. I saw the rise of the single parent mother glorified in the women’s sections of some newspapers. Four women journalists wrote about their search for the right man to give them their children and the four women promised their readers that the children would never even know their fathers. I felt that these rich privileged women journalists were acting irresponsibility, as I was a single-parent mother and suffered the anxiety and the loneliness of bringing up children on my own.
    Most of all I saw feminist women teachers discriminate against the boys in their classrooms. I saw the huge tide of women pouring into the work force hungry for jobs and careers. Many had no choice. Financial hardship made it imperative for both partners to work. In spite of promises there was no national child care plan. So illegal and often dangerous attempts were made by other women to take in children. Men, freed of any restraint by the birth pill, demanded sex whenever they wanted it, and then many ran away from the subsequent pregnancies. London became not only the abortion capital of the world but also had the highest level of teenage births in the West. Men turned their backs on marriage and commitment, many fearing, quite rightly, that whatever commitment they offered would end up with women fleecing them for the rest of their lives.

    I could see then that the feminist movement everywhere had hijacked the whole issue of domestic violence to fulfil their political ambitions and to fill their pockets. By now feminists in America and other countries were redrafting the law.
    In the past decade, feminist legal theory has become a formidable presence in many of America’s top law schools. Feminist activism has also had a major impact on many areas of the law, including rape, self-defense, domestic violence, and such new legal categories as sexual harassment.
    However, the ideology of legal feminism today goes far beyond the original and widely supported goal of equal treatment for both sexes. The new agenda is to redistribute power from the “dominant class” (men) to the “subordinate class” (women), and such key concepts of Western jurisprudence as judicial neutrality and individual rights are declared to be patriarchal fictions designed to protect male privilege.

    I watched the feminist movement build its bastions of hatred against men. Fortresses where women were to be taught that all men were “rapists and bastards” and the destruction of the children in the refuge who were to learn that man were not to be trusted.
    I was asked to visit New Zealand in 1978 and I’d hoped to be invited to speak to groups of refuge in Australia. At that time New Zealand hadn’t yet fallen into the arms of the totalitarian women’s movement (it has now). I was refused a visit to Australia because the militant lesbian movement there had control of most of the refuges. I was anathema to the women’s movement and to many politicized women who moved from the outside of the establishment and were now making their way up the power ladder in the government.

  22. Shy Ted

    Apparently this clip inspired Jim Henson to create The Muppet Show.

  23. max

    By this time I was working in Santa Fe, New Mexico, on child abuse cases and against pedophiles. Here is where I discovered that there were just as many women pedophiles as there were men. Women go undetected as usual. Working against pedophiles is a very dangerous business. I rescued a little British girl from a female pedophile in Britain while I was in New Mexico. It took three years of fighting against the English courts to rescue her and return her to her parents. When the official solicitor finally telephoned me and said I was right all along, the child had been abused, I asked him if he was going to prosecute the woman. “No,” he said.

    During all these years that I specialized in working with violent women and their children I could never come to terms with the fear men had of violent women. I sat around dinner tables and in sitting rooms, listening to the feminists women abusing the men they lived with. I saw some women running what amounted to mini concentration camps behind their front doors. I rarely ever saw a father stand up to a violent wife or lover. I hardly ever saw a father stop his wife abusing the children. They would come to me for help but when faced with an angry and violent partner the men stayed quiet and tolerated the violence.

    Even now people laugh when a man says he has been abused. I don’t find any sort of abuse to any living thing a laughing matter. I do feel that it is time that men recognized that women in the last thirty years have made many changes. They have become much more independent of men but men have not yet made that step themselves.

    It is depressing when working with men to find them running out of one violent relationship and then immediately looking for another woman to “look after” them. Men have to get used to the idea that they can look after themselves. The younger generations of men seem to be aware of this male dependence upon women and can and do live by themselves.

    Part of the problem with men is that they do not want to accept that women, and particularly the women they have loved, can be just as evil as men can.

    We know we have huge problems with our young men. For the last thirty years they have been discriminated against in the media and in schools. These young men have been fed a diet of feminist rhetoric that assures them that they are “rapists” and “batterers.”

    They have infiltrated most large institutions and the UN is filled with women who are determined to destroy the family and marriage as an institution. They want the family to be defined as women and children only. Men are to be sidelined. Their role as fathers is to be used as sperm banks and wallets.
    Fortunately those of us who believe in marriage and in the necessity of children having both biological parents in their lives, if at all possible, have time on our side.

    The women’s movement is dying out as the elderly proponents now write books recanting their misspent youth and totter to their graves. We discover, thanks to Mike Horowitz’s interesting book Hating Whitey and Other Progressive Causes that Betty Friedan was a Stalinist Marxist.

    We know that women perpetrate sixty per cent of all child abuse. This is where the core problem lies. Women who themselves have been unmothered and victims of dysfunctional family life cannot be asked to ‘mother’ their children as if all that is needed is a magic wand.

  24. Rusty of Qld

    First up you have to win the argument on genuine facts, not feelings or woke social agendas, then you might get support. However rational discourse and ” I do not agree with what you say but I will defend to my death your right to say it” is now supplanted by force and might is right. Be careful for what you wish for.

  25. howardb

    be very careful feministas…Despite what woke hollywood types would like you to believe, you will lose in a fistfight.

    https://twitter.com/i/status/1180463737674690561

  26. Atoms for Peace

    Do they condone corporal punishment ?

  27. mh:

    The Coalition has been in government for 17 of the last 23 years and continue to hand over Australian taxpayer money to fund this extremism.

    When you realise the Coalition is a collectivist party, then you will realise that they have been implimenting their policies all along.
    Not the stated policies they put to the people, their real ones.

  28. egg_

    Gen Snowflake, who have probably never been in a fistfight in their lives?

    Can’t you just see M0nty waving his pudgy widdle Antifa fist in the air?
    /Fantasy fuggery

  29. Do they condone corporal punishment ?

    Yes, for the Left, anyone in the military is worth punishing (see what I did there?).

  30. Bazinga

    bemused,

    They also condone Major Meltdown, General Ignorance and Private Psychosis

  31. Beachcomber

    My response to this…..I say bring it on….because I and others will respond with “aggression and violence”.
    ..
    You will get charged and have your life wrecked.
    They won’t.

    The real oppressing violence here is the violence of the State against people who try to protect themselves and their families from State-funded malign freaks like these.

  32. egg_

    Wouldn’t Mo na relish Western men and women at each others throats?
    /Dumb Frightbats

  33. Old School Conservative

    mh
    #3202224, posted on November 5, 2019 at 12:44 pm
    The Coalition has been in government for 17 of the last 23 years and continue to hand over Australian taxpayer money to fund this extremism.

    Additionally, it’s Tuesday and still Morrison has not responded to the attack on Abbott and CPAC.
    The LINOs are hand in glove with Labor.

  34. Dr Fred Lenin

    They condone violence ? So its all right if Police use batons on antifa fascist stormtroopers ?
    Good to know the alpbc approves of that .

  35. I_am_not_a_robot

    According to Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2018) Indigenous women were 32 times, and Indigenous men 23 times, as likely to be hospitalised due to family violence as non-Indigenous women and men and in WA Aboriginal women living in rural and remote areas are 45 times more likely to be a victim of domestic violence than non-Aboriginal women (Ferrante et al. 1996)
    Whatever the relative rates of domestic and family (extended family) violence particularly in rural and remote areas, for all the cultural diversity represented on the panel, that crucial aspect was studiously avoided.

  36. Err…

    ANTI-TERRORISM ACT (NO. 2) 2005 NO. 144, 2005 – SCHEDULE 7

    Criminal Code Act 1995

    Add:

    Urging interference in Parliamentary elections

    (3)
    A person commits an offence if the person urges another person to interfere by force or violence with lawful processes for an election of a member or members of a House of the Parliament.

    Penalty: Imprisonment for 7 years.

  37. Is it any wonder that a disproportionate number of domestic violence against women is by their female partners?
    Angry lesbos. Self hating, man hating frightbats.

    So, who wants to continue giving these harpies power?

  38. egg_

    According to Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2018) Indigenous women were 32 times, and Indigenous men 23 times, as likely to be hospitalised due to family violence as non-Indigenous women and men and in WA Aboriginal women living in rural and remote areas are 45 times more likely to be a victim of domestic violence than non-Aboriginal women (Ferrante et al. 1996)

    I’m sure Marcia Langton will be using her Voice to Parliament on their behalf.
    /Sarc

  39. bruce

    Good grief. I don’t watch Q & A and 3 minutes of this absolutely nauseating rubbish convinces me I’m on the right track. And to think I contribute to the funding of this!

  40. procrustes

    Shy Ted – you just won the Internet.

  41. Russell

    Their ABC condoning violence. Never interrupt an enemy while she’s making a mistake. This path leads to a universal moral justification to defund them. Maybe Ita is working for us on the inside? Just a little more soap, froth and womans weekly content now. Come with me to the dark side …

  42. NuThink

    Moaner said she wanted to live in a place where she is not raped and murdered.
    Eureka, logic tells me she is living in it as she certainly has not been murdered unless she is talking from the grave.
    I had always wondered what a proverbial Fright Bat looked like – now I know.

  43. Old Lefty

    The ABC has already made a start with Mr Faine’s advocacy of arson attacks against churches after the attack on St James Brighton in 2015 – an arson attack, like more than a dozen others, for which Ashton’s KGB Keystones show no sign of finding the culprit.

    So the ABC is merely broadening it’s reach.

  44. Old Lefty

    What’s with VicPol acting against the Extinction Rebellion protesters, by the way? I thought that sort of treatment was now reserved for little old ladies clutching rosaries.

  45. Fisky

    Wow that was a new low in political extremism by the ABC there. The May election has deranged and broken them.

  46. C.L.

    The program should be referred to the AFP.

  47. jupes

    The program should be referred to the AFP.

    Unfortunately they can’t be reached. They are all in Afghanistan fishing for evidence from the Taliban in order to destroy SASR.

  48. thefrollickingmole

    I-sam is right about women???

  49. thefrollickingmole

    Fish mouth: Check
    Problematic glasses: Check
    Warning signal hair dye: check
    Semi bondage gear jelwery: Check
    Anti sex personality implant activated: Check

    Its a Queen frightbat, audible for miles and identifiable by the emoting gestures it makes with its bingo wings while the lesser frightbats (drably colored) not in agreement.

  50. Andrew Deakin

    One option for redressing the ABC’s perversion of public broadcasting: auction the right to provide public broadcasting services periodically, with the services to be provided prescribed, eg, rural broadcasts where commercial provision is uneconomic, education and arts programs that cannot be funded profitably, etc. That would limit the opportunity for ideologues with an agenda taking permanent control of an unaccountable broadcaster. It would also provide independent producers with program opportunities currently denied them by the ABC managerial model. The current $1B+ annual budget given to the ABC is way beyond the financing necessary for public good broadcasting.

  51. Old Lefty

    An historical footnote: the ABC has plenty of past form in this area. In 1986, it sneeringly dismissed a suggestion that it do a commemorative program on GK Chesterton, but found time to use the taxpayer’s money for a program on the prison poetry of Ulrika Meinhoff of the Bader-Meinhoff gang fame. Needless to say, like Richard Neville’s p3derast program, the presentation was uncritical and adulatory. Then we had an account on the late, unlamented Coming Out Show of ‘my experience as a feminist guerilla in the Phillipines’ Marxist insurgency, the New People’s Army’. This stuff all goes back to Ashbolt’s Marxist kindergarten, and has become the ABC mainstream.

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