Australian police are now bodyguards for communists

The New Duopoly of Violence:

 
Throughout the Western world, police are becoming terrorist security wings for the establishment left and its street brigades. If they get tuned up eventually by the other side (normal people), they’ll deserve what they get. Yes, the motorist is Dennis Huts, former head of the Perth chapter of United Patriots Front and creator of that ‘It’s OK to be white’ banner unfurled at a Big Bash cricket match on Australia Day, 2019. He doesn’t appear to be dressed for work and may have been there to make a point. His motives, however, are less relevant than the predictable ease with which he made one. He has been charged with three offences committed against, rather than by, him: common assault, obstructing and disorderly behaviour. One of the clumsy supercops who lunged at Hutts injured a knee. That’s going to smart the next time he kneels for BLM.

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64 Responses to Australian police are now bodyguards for communists

  1. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Ironically the ship in the canal has EVERGREEN painted on it in large letters. It’s holding up traffic too. Maybe it should be sponsored by the Extincty Rebels.

  2. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    I have not watched the video, I do not need to. Australia – ordinary Australians – are in serious trouble.

  3. mh says:

    Sandgropers endorsed this 2 weeks ago in an overwhelming manner.

  4. Judith Sloan says:

    There was enormous group of police assembled outside the illegal camping site of Extinction Rebellion in theExhibition Gardens the other day. And yet they did nothing, go figure.

  5. Snotball says:

    These ratbags need to be eradicated. Why should normal citizens be forced to put up with their wankery?

  6. BorisG says:

    Terrorist security wings? I don’t think blocking traffic is terrorism.

    This guy created publicity for a tiny and irrelevant demonstration, by taking the law into his own hands. Never a great idea.

  7. Mark M says:

    I’m old enough to remember when the brain police arrested someone with that same enthusiasm for not wearing a face nappy.

  8. Gorilla Dance Party says:

    Who cares who he is?

    After last year, I will take almost anybody’s side over the police. They do nothing about real crime and actual criminals. Australia has entered the anarcho-tyranny stage that the US and UK did years ago. The criminals will get light punishments — if any. The otherwise law-abiding will be punished with the full force of the law for the most minor of infractions. Prepare accordingly.

  9. publius says:

    the social compact we had, that we gave up our individual right of enforcing natural justice (for harm done against us) to the govt in exchange for common law and equal treatment by the courts, has irrevocably broken down.
    time to renegotiate the compact with prejudice.

  10. Rockdoctor says:

    Boris at times you have a point IMO but on this I ask, how is this guy adding to the already masses of free publicity the MSM give these oxygen thieves? With or without him they were getting the same coverage by lefty j-school grads that infest the 4th estate.

  11. Dan4eva says:

    Marvelous the police facilitating civil disobedience allowing a public thorough fair to be blocked and then assaulting and arresting a provocative ‘known identity’ in full camera. What did the nong on the bike think he was doing, charge of the light brigade perhaps? Who said the plod weren’t a politicized arm of the government?

  12. Mark M says:

    Who are the brain police – Frank Zappa, 1966:
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=DuABc9ZNtrA

    Warning. This song can change your life.
    Imagine if you never got to listen to it.
    Look out for the kazoo solo.

  13. tgs says:

    So the police were on scene letting these protesters block traffic?

    Fuck me.

  14. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “I don’t think blocking traffic is terrorism.”

    When I read BolshevikG’s comments, I don’t know whether to laugh or cry.

    And whilst we’re on the topic of climate activists illegally blocking traffic..

    https://metro.co.uk/2019/07/18/son-missed-final-goodbye-with-dying-dad-because-extinction-rebellion-blocked-the-road-10416107/

  15. Mark M says:

    Imagine how the climate lockdowns will ‘go down’ …

    Report: World needs equivalent of pandemic lockdowns every two years to meet Paris carbon (sic) emission goals

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/carlieporterfield/2021/03/03/report-world-needs-equivalent-of-pandemic-lockdown-every-two-years-to-meet-paris-carbon-emission-goals/?sh=364d71bd6dee

  16. Rob MW says:

    Why are the police needed against a driver that a Granny and a handbag can stop with absolute ease ?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u2zgr_Gg11U

  17. candy says:

    I can’t help but think the two police “injured” were exaggerating and playacting.

    If they were hurt it was because they had no idea how to handle the situation and why was one riding a bike into the group and so he toppled off his bike! All they had to do was one officer walk over to the the chap and talk about it. The Hutts chap had only grabbed a banner. He had not attacked a person.

    I’m guessing he is on ASIO list and police are told to handcuff and arrest him no questions asked. I reckon if he was of a different culture they would approach and chat gently and never arrest. Just a hunch.

  18. Rockdoctor says:

    Bill Thompson had a similar warning in Melbourne on March 19. Mustn’t touch the poor petals apparently, for your safety…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NbFQDp3JScc

  19. max says:

    you get socialist and communist citizenship and right to vote and than you are surprise that something bad will happen in your society.

    you give socialist and communist to teach your children and that you are surprised when they become socialist and communist.

  20. Cynic of A says:

    All these freaking police there to “protect” lefties!
    These police attacked this bloke. Attacked is the correct word.
    Just imagine if it was a pro-Trump rally, or a pro-coal rally.
    I have zero respect for police any more.

  21. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Just imagine if it was a pro-Trump rally, or a pro-coal rally.”

    Or a pro-life rally.

  22. Boambee John says:

    Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare says:
    March 27, 2021 at 12:21 pm
    the Chinese custom of preferring boys

    Provides a lot of spare canon fodder for their super-trained and non-female army.

    But the parents of those “Little Emperors” will not be happy when large numbers of them die in battle. Their discontent could provoke a lot of internal trouble for Emperor Xi.

  23. Boambee John says:

    Sorry, rong fred!

  24. Is there a GoFundMe page for this bloke? If the entire public could see this video, there’d be at least a million people put in $5 each.

    That’d be a pretty fair demonstration of public opposition to both the police action & the disruptive protesters.

  25. Forester says:

    What Max said

    Don’t vote socialist

  26. brian boru says:

    WA Criminal code states:
    333. Deprivation of liberty
    Any person who unlawfully detains another person is guilty of a crime and is
    liable to imprisonment for 10 years.
    [Section 333 inserted by No. 101 of 1990 s. 14.]

    The Cambridge English Dictionary definition of “detain” includes: to delay someone for a short length of time

    I won’t hold my breath waiting for Wapol to enforce the law though.

  27. JohnJJJ says:

    Fabulous.
    A new version of the one arm takedown they are taught in the police academy. So just grab the arm and then fall over. Yer back up rushes in and falls over as well. Needs at least five coppers for full effect. Takes practice.

  28. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV) says:

    One of the clumsy supercops who lunged at Hutts injured a knee. That’s going to smart the next time he kneels for BLM.

    snork

  29. win says:

    Five of them.The body language of the bike rider ,the coordinated attack of the next four tells us we live in Communistic Police state. These [police are seemingly being trained to behave as did Hitlers henchmen. Who is training them?

  30. JohnJJJ says:

    win says:
    March 27, 2021 at 1:44 pm
    Who is training them?

    I think it is this well known security consulting company:
    https://youtu.be/6Orde7FtHh0

  31. Pete of Perth says:

    We should block extinction rebellion driveways in returnwa chapter.

  32. Shaun says:

    BorisG. You may not call blocking traffic terrorism but when the police are aiding and abetting it as accomplices it becomes a form of state sponsored terrorism/corruption as they are not upholding the laws for the public that they are supposed to serve.
    It’s really a demonstration of the political parties, as it shows completely that they are not interested in the local communities/public who vote for them, but rather the political interests they are serving. If the local MP is not out in the media sorting this out, then you know who they are serving.

  33. Shaun says:

    @salvatore, social distance martyr.
    There is no need for gofund me page if the local MP is doing his work properly. A fair demonstration of public opposition would be if local politicians and media weren’t so complicit. This is the next step on from harassing the elderly for not wearing a mask while sitting at a bench at the local park. Is anyone noticing a pattern developing.
    The link to the 7news article sums it all up. How misleading (fake news) is the headline compared to the events in the video. The real headline should read “Police ignore law breaking activists and attack and assault citizen for doing their job”

  34. Pete D. says:

    [email protected]
    “I have recently viewed footage of a male driver who confronted some (illegal) protestors who were blocking his legal passage along a road.
    The protestor were, I believe, part of a radical group called Extinction Rebellion.
    The WA police were in attendance but only forcefully detained and arrested the motorist. Why?
    This motorist did not assault any persons.
    2nd Q. Are the WA police now being trained at the Victorian Police Academy?
    Concerned Qld resident”

  35. Liberty quote:

    If the local MP is not out in the media sorting this out, then you know who they are serving.

  36. Bruce says:

    Systematic provocation specifically designed to push real people over the edge, thus justifying even more totalitarian sociopathy. Rinse and repeat ad mortem.

  37. wal1957 says:

    It was only a matter of time. Stuff the ER mob of woke idiots!
    The pollies who allow and actively encourage these protestors and the MSM are ignoring the ‘rights’ of the majority to get on with their lives. (again)

    Maybe next time it won’t be just one motorist who gets angry. Since the courts and the police will not do anything about ER and their protests, maybe it is time that this action happened more often, and with more participants.

  38. jupes says:

    Last Monday I was driving east down Saint Georges Terrace in Perth and noticed that the police had blocked the west going lanes at Barrack Street with motor cycles. I couldn’t see any protestors at that point, so can only assume that plod had blocked traffic in anticipation of the stupid hippy dipshits turning up.

    How bad is that?

  39. Rockdoctor says:

    jupes, later pondering from this morning has me wondering if Australian Police are getting Int Reports that plebs have had enough and this is going to increase in frequency.

  40. For some reason what seems like a majority of commenters on social media assume this video is of Victoria Police.

    There’s plenty of clue that it is not Victoria.
    Main clue: The police in the video are wearing the uniform of WestOz police.

  41. Good point Rockdoctor. Very good point.

  42. jupes says:

    The police in the video are wearing the uniform of WestOz police.

    How gay do bicycle police look? They may as well get around on scooters.

  43. jupes says:

    Seriously, the Keystone Cops couldn’t have made that arrest look any more stupid.

  44. Ollie says:

    Seeing the incompetence of those officers as they arrested someone who barely resisted is embarrassing to watch. Yet, entirely predictable. Too many police forces across the country (South Australia being the standout exception for now) have adopted a two-prong strategy to render themselves unable to properly enforce the law and keep the peace.
    The first is a recruitment strategy that advantages anybody is not a straight white physically fit male. You then give a baton and firearm to people who have been conditioned to believe they are oppressed by the above group and voila, you have a just trained a bully.
    Secondly, because of the physical inaptitude of the majority of police now serving rules regulating use of force and conflict resolution have had to be amended. Now, there is a policy of avoiding the use of force, negotiating with protestors and thugs when they interrupt normal peoples’ lives; and, hoping they will respect the badge and be good citizens.
    The result is the above. One person getting tackled by numerous police (who then injure themselves like the pathetic physical specimens they are); while the real criminals and disruptors carry on.
    As an insider I can say there is a growing feeling of resentment towards these losers from certain sections of the police. When normies take a stand and start thrashing these communist losers do not be surprised when the police are nowhere to be found.

  45. Strayan Drongo says:

    And weak Australians just put up with it.

  46. johnjjj says:

    As an insider I can say there is a growing feeling of resentment towards these losers from certain sections of the police.

    Which is why all the cops “on the beat” are very young. They last 5 years in the gig and then get a police job anywhere else like the Police Transport Command. It is a sheeet job if you are smart. Almost everyone hates you. So the churn must be enormous.

  47. areff says:

    Ollie: well put. Look to Victoria (again) as an example of disgraceful, incompetent policing, case in point being the Dick Pusey tragedy.

    First, he’d been driving around for months with false plates and had not been picked up.

    When he was pulled over, the first two cops — on a freeway, no less, where average citizens are told never, ever to stop — didn’t know how to impound a car. Repeat, they didn’t know how to perform one of the most basic, garden variety police duties.

    So instead of one cop driving Pusey’s Porsche to the nearest exit for safety’s sake while the other put him in cuffs and followed in the divvy van, they summoned the assistance of two more cops, so all four were standing about beside a busy freeway when the drug-addled Indian truck driver decided to run some ‘witches’.

    This is Victoria. What a sad place it has become.

  48. rickw says:

    Throughout the Western world, police are becoming terrorist security wings for the establishment left and its street brigades.

    Yep, and they’re going to wind up getting seriously fucked up and wonder why it happened.

  49. publius says:

    those cops were clearly following orders. there’s a reason they protected the law breakers blocking the road but attacked the citizen who just wanted to be free to go about his business. the cops have done this dance again and again throughout the lockdowns and for all those climate protesting morons.

    the cops are also breaking the law by attacking innocent citizens. that they keep doing so, all across the nation, confirms my view that cops are criminals at large who will follow any order no matter how egregious or contrary to common laws and our rights as citizens.

    boomer cons and back the blue types are getting a rude wake up aren’t they.

  50. Shaun says:

    In West Oz they just voted for this. The bureucrats in charge closed down their state and borders to the rest of oz over minor covid cases. They did snap lockdown over one case of covid. They have been using their police as political pawns forcing compliance of the citizenry for the last 12mths. And the people have lapped it up overwhelmingly voting them back in. The question then is, how much worse are the opposition? When the opposition came out with a policy of moving to 100% renewables I guess that gives us some idea. For the last 30 years we have been moving steadily leftward to the point where a person who in the past had been centrist is today an extremist right wing.
    In South Oz where there has been no covid cases and haven’t had any for a while now the police are openly bragging in the media about targeting areas and business and people just going about there lives to slap them with huge fines if they don’t play along with the covid game. The media are a complicit enemy of the people in all this.
    If everyday people can’t find a reason to stand up and be counted now, I’m not sure there is much hope for us.

  51. Muddy says:

    Let’s at least get the name correct:
    It’s Excrement Retention, not Extinction Rebellion.

  52. Franx says:

    Police on bicycles at ER protest – to protect protesters.
    Police in riot gear at lockdown protest – to terrorise, knock down, and ‘kettle’ protesters.

  53. Rabbi Putin says:

    Getting out of the car and telling them to shove off rather than just flooring the accelerator was a merciful response.

  54. dover_beach says:

    Seriously, the Keystone Cops couldn’t have made that arrest look any more stupid.

    What is remarkable is the vigour with which they tried to execute the arrest. That is what is really telling.

  55. Snoopy says:

    What is remarkable is the vigour with which they tried to execute the arrest.

    There wasn’t much time devoted to, “You’re under arrest. Drop the banner, turn around and put your hands behind your back.”

  56. Parliamentary desk sex pest says:

    Just me or did those push bike seats have dildos attached?

  57. Tator says:

    Johnjjj,
    Having spent 27 years with SAPOL, I can advise you that the average length of service for blokes is only 12 years, and that is blown out by the dinosaurs like I was who were members of the Golden Handcuffs pension fund.
    Most coppers are out after 8 years at the most as General Duties chews them up and spits them out. The girls are even worse with average length of service at 8 years but they don’t have a large cohort of Golden handcuff members.
    The golden handcuffs was the old police pension scheme which closed to new members in 1992 when Keating introduced universal super. It was nicknamed that because after a certain period of time, it become totally unfinancial to resign before retirement as you would lose far too much in the benefits. But as it allowed officers to retire at 55 with a pension, it encouraged career minded officers to stay on and push through for promotions.

  58. Albatross says:

    candy says:
    March 27, 2021 at 12:51 pm
    I can’t help but think the two police “injured” were exaggerating and playacting.

    They do this to get victims of crime compensation, the weak pricks. It’s a nice little racket they have going.

  59. BorisG says:

    Boris at times you have a point IMO but on this I ask, how is this guy adding to the already masses of free publicity the MSM give these oxygen thieves? With or without him they were getting the same coverage by lefty j-school grads that infest the 4th estate.

    Such a wall to wall coverage that I didn’t know about it until I read this post.

  60. BorisG says:

    You may not call blocking traffic terrorism but when the police are aiding and abetting it as accomplices it becomes a form of state sponsored terrorism/corruption as they are not upholding the laws for the public that they are supposed to serve.

    Corruption – maybe, terrorism – no.

    Blocking traffic is normal in protests of all sorts. We support this in HK. Here people hate it because they disagree with the cause but I don’t think this is such a big deal.

    Also more relevant to this post is that if you don’t like it, take it to court etc. do not attempt to break it by yourself.

  61. Rockdoctor says:

    Such a wall to wall coverage that I didn’t know about it until I read this post.

    Wow, disagree. Every time the fools come out to disrupt the cities the free to air stations and even Sky at times run them close to the top of the hour. When I was in airport lounges a lot reading the complimentary newspapers they’d get a pretty good run there too.

  62. Boris G:

    Blocking traffic is normal in protests of all sorts. We support this in HK.

    I assume you mean Hong Kong – unless the abbreviation is meant get people to think you mean Hong Kong, but you then do a ‘gotcha’ and say you meant somewhere else.
    Do you go to the protests now that Communist China owns the place?

  63. dover_beach says:

    Blocking traffic is normal in protests of all sorts. We support this in HK. Here people hate it because they disagree with the cause but I don’t think this is such a big deal.

    Also more relevant to this post is that if you don’t like it, take it to court etc. do not attempt to break it by yourself.

    Oh, blocking traffic is ‘normal’during a protest but grabbing banners isn’t? No ‘big deal’ blocking traffic but grabbing banners is? How come Extinction Rebellion doesn’t have to take their grievance to court but the other side must?

    Honestly, your comment is the perfect encapsulation of Controlled Opposition.

  64. Kneel says:

    “those cops were clearly following orders.”

    So were those who executed the joos in Germany all those years ago.
    XXPol will find that such an excuse is untenable.

    For myself, I no longer trust NSW Police at face value – after being lied to by omission, they will be getting very closely questioned about EVERYTHING they say, and it will be recorded (they will be told as much at the start – if they don’t like it, they can bugger off). And the particular office that omitted important facts to me – I will NOT deal with him again in an official capacity, ever. As far as I am concerned, what he did means he is not worthy of trust or respect, and he is a disgrace to the uniform. And he will be told so in no uncertain terms, should he attempt to interact with me (and he was an arrogant prick to boot).

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