Four Corners reporter: terrorists are “mums and dads,” golfers

Donald Trump calls them terrorists, but…

They are mums and dads, blue-collar workers and students, people from different backgrounds who believe they are standing up for the voiceless and marginalised in America at a time when those groups are under threat from people in power — be they police or even the President himself.

One Antifa protestor told me: “There are white nationalists even to the very top levels of our government at this point. They’re everywhere.

“Just because some of them are willing to come out and march, some of them are willing to show their faces, some of them aren’t. Some of them dress in three-piece suits every day and play golf.”

 
Tiger Woodses all, here are some left-wing golfers practicing their swings on an elderly woman:

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37 Responses to Four Corners reporter: terrorists are “mums and dads,” golfers

  1. Docket62

    Im looking forward to these Antifa arseholes in Vic. After 3 months of lockup were spoiling for a blue. Bring.it.on.

  2. Where else would you find this but in Their ABC. Fake news and the enemy of the people.

  3. ArthurB

    There is a new term in the USA: “undocumented shopping”. In some States (mostly, it seems, controlled by the Democrats) the police no longer prosecute cases of minor theft, with the result that many Blacks go into shops, pick up something and then walk out, if the shopkeeper protests, or calls the police, the police don’t bother showing up. It’s a custom not guaranteed to increase racial harmony.

  4. Rafe Champion

    Supplies of bricks and rocks organized to arm the mobs.

  5. Suburban Boy

    As a wise Canadian puts it: I bet you Americans are now thinking you should have picked your own damned cotton!

  6. Herodotus

    Don’t recall seeing any mums and dads, but there was a very svelte & slim, bare-midriff young lady who was right up there “in the face” of cops with her phone camera working overtime.

  7. Lee

    I have to agree with one person’s comment at your link, Rafe, that “Antifa are the scum of the earth.”

  8. stackja

    Then:

    Four Corners – The First Program (1961)

    Synopsis
    The very first broadcast of Four Corners went to air on Saturday 19 August 1961. There is no record of the program as it went to air but what remains is a compilation tape of the items that made up that program. These include vox pops about whether future governors-general should be British or Australian, a report from an ABC correspondent in Jakarta marking the anniversary of Indonesian independence, and an interview with the swimmer John Konrads.

    The program was the brainchild of Robert Raymond and Michael Charlton, with managerial support from ABC television boss Dr Clem Semmler. Their concept was to create a weekly television program that would reflect events within Australia and the wider world. Bob Raymond became the first executive producer and Michael Charlton its first reporter. John Penlington was one of the earliest investigative reporters, and the weekly program made its name by reflecting the changing face of Australia.

    Now:

    Stephanie March
    Stephanie March is a reporter for Four Corners. She was formerly the ABC’s North America and South Asia correspondent. Since joining the ABC in 2007 she has reported from Australia, India, East Timor and Bangladesh. You can follow her on twitter @steph_march.

    Antifa is hard to describe. It’s a loose collective of individuals and groups who in various ways believe they are doing their part to stand up for the oppressed — be it racial minorities or immigrants.

  9. Herodotus

    Tucker Carlson today was getting very exercised about the authorities not doing much to counter the violence and looting. Fair enough re mayors and governors.
    What was missing from his rant was exactly what he would recommend.
    So, when Trump (or a Governor) gets (for example – and hypothetically) police or troops to shoot at looters or other violent street people, will Tucker support him/them?
    Easy to criticise, not so easy to prescribe.

  10. Leo G

    There are Antifa elements participating for sure — I know some of them. But these protests are made up of much more than members of this vague collective.

    A vague collective of paramilitary neurotics and the occasional Australian Broadcasting Corporation reporter.

  11. stackja

    Leo G
    #3472547, posted on June 2, 2020 at 7:54 pm

    And Seven reporter.

  12. Wallace

    I think I counted eight people interviewed or who commented, on the ABC 7.30 report tonight, who, along with the presenter and interviewer Sales, all had the same left wing Democratic Party opinion about the President of the United States.
    No other opinion was canvassed, no other slant on the state of the Union was heard.
    Just plain biased reporting of a topic that should be analized and left to the viewer to create an opinion.
    Why can’t our government see what this misinformation is doing to our country, let alone the USA?.

  13. Boambee John

    Just plain biased reporting of a topic that should be analized and left to the viewer to create an opinion.

    Bit of a Freudian slip there! Their ABC has an anal retention problem in regards any dissent from the all-encompassing “narrative”, which must always be promoted.

  14. Tel

    Antifa is hard to describe.

    Thugs? Hoodlums? Ratbags? Commies?

    It’s a loose collective of individuals and groups who in various ways believe they are doing their part to stand up for the oppressed — be it racial minorities or immigrants.

    Those poor oppressed minorities would have tremendous difficulty trying to burn their own neighbourhoods … they so need our help!!

  15. Lee

    Terrorists come from all sorts of backgrounds.
    Some of the worst M-slim terrorists are or were very well-educated, and often very wealthy families.

  16. JohnJJJ

    Antifa and co are gearing up for demos in Sydney and Melbourne. Pathetic.

  17. BorisG

    Do you guys support dispersal of peaceful demonstration near the White House and assault on the Seven TV crew?

  18. Mother Lode

    They need to create the myth that these are yet unconnected individuals who have spontaneously come together moved by a civic spiritedness that can stand by no longer.

    Partly so they can depict every arrest as an assault on ‘you, your mum and dad, and your neighbours’, but also to make any investigation into coordinated organisation of these riots (hello Antifa!) as fabricating scapegoats to distract from the real causes and an attack on democracy.

  19. Vagabond

    Where else would you find this but in Their ABC. Fake news and the enemy of the people.

    Your answer is the Melbourne Age of course. There was a nauseating article in it earlier today about how benign Antifa is compared to the US police who carry guns and kill people. If you could make it to the end you discover it was written by the author of their instruction manual (can’t remember the name). I just checked their website and it’s no longer there.

    Funny, that.

  20. twostix

    Oh look, old “liberal” uncle Boris G backs the bolsheviks.

    Surprise!

  21. dover_beach

    Do you guys support dispersal of peaceful demonstration near the White House….

    Yes. There are riots occurring in DC and other cities.

  22. Candy

    Antifa seem as anonymous as apparently the KKK were. Different coloured outfit. Some kind of mask. Definitely middle class hiding their identities.

  23. Infidel Tiger King

    6PR had some “expert” on this afternoon claiming that the Minneapolis protest only turned violent because the police overreacted and were armed with ex-Iraq War weaponry.

    On the contrary it turned violent because the police stood down and abrogated their sworn duty.

  24. Infidel Tiger King

    Do you guys support dispersal of peaceful demonstration near the White House and assault on the Seven TV crew?

    100%.

    No proof it was peaceful either.

  25. PB

    I think its more joggers than golfers.

  26. mh

    Do you guys support dispersal of peaceful demonstration near the White House and assault on the Seven TV crew?

    Put me down as a Yes.

  27. Rex Anger

    Do you guys support dispersal of peaceful demonstration near the White House

    I know Boris is a troll, but the practical answer to this for all the other Cats is a resounding yes.

    Belligerent-sounding but otherwise ‘peaceful’ protests are a mighty effective delivery system for small groups of shooters, bomb-throwers, etc. The IRA did it. Many A rab groups do it. Hell, Gavrilo Princip started a generational cataclysm in July 1914 by doing it. And plenty of major buildings have thus far been torched and people hurt by nefarious people using merely angry and upset ones as human shields.

    They can also be a mighty fine distraction for other purposes. In one training exercise for training army officers, a group of soldiers and I successfully distracted the entire course with a ‘riot’ at the front of their compound when the lunch truck turned up. We spirited the entire contents of that truck away while the officer cadets were trying to quell the mob, and were about to tuck in when we were ordered to put everything back. We had derailed the training exercise so effectively that the whole thing had to start again.

    The best protection for a facility (speaking as a former soldier) is stand-off distance. If a mob gets too close, they must be chased away.

    I will not speak to anything other than these principles of key area protection.

  28. Mick Gold Coast QLD

    From BorisG at 8:39 pm:

    “Do you guys support dispersal of peaceful demonstration near the White House and assault on the Seven TV crew?”

    You have proven yourself time and again to be pretty useless in just about every circumstance Comrade, uneducated and not real worldly.

    How about you simply sorf off, eh?

  29. Bruce in WA

    From BorisG at 8:39 pm:

    “Do you guys support dispersal of peaceful demonstration near the White House and assault on the Seven TV crew?”

    Yes. No matter what you think of Donald Trump, he still holds the position of POTUS and the White House MUST be guarded at all costs. Assault? Fucking grow up!!

  30. Sydney Boy

    It’s going to cost a lot of money in repairs in many US cities. Are you sure it’s not Keynesian economists behind the riots?

  31. Eddystone

    That’s a yes from me too.

  32. Xword

    Is something going on? Used to watch the nightly “news” but time slot now occupied by Escape To The Country. Some delightful digs displayed in Worcestershire last night.

  33. Ed Case

    Senator Marco Rubio talking about White Nationalists doing the rioting.
    Trump referred to ”Antifa and others” yesterday.
    At some point the MSM are going to condemn the rioting as evidence of White Supremacists, Trump will sort of agree, that’s when the cops will start policing the suburbs, likely with Shoot To Kill orders for anyone outside their house.

  34. grumpy

    It’s not just their ABC doing the biased reporting. The Channel 7 show following Sunrise was blaring in the background at work. After the break they were going to have Kevin Rudd and Hanoi Jane Fonda on. I got up and hit the mute button.

  35. egg_

    You have proven yourself time and again to be pretty useless in just about every circumstance Comrade, uneducated and not real worldly.

    How about you simply sorf off, eh?

    One of our low wattage members doing a p1ss poor Grigs impersonation.
    Ali G BoringG.

  36. egg_

    After the break they were going to have Kevin Rudd and Hanoi Jane Fonda on.

    Another great moral challenge of our generation issue?

  37. Kneel

    “Antifa is hard to describe.”

    That’s because it’s not what you first think.
    Your first thought is “anti-facist” means “against facists”.
    Try again.
    When you think of facists, what comes to mind? White supremecists et al, right?
    Antifa is “anti” as in “reverse”, not “against” – that is, they want everyone except whites to be first class citizens, the exact opposite of what they say is the current situation.

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