On the way out, the LNP leaves a weapons cache behind

Countering violent extremism programs will receive a $61.7 million boost by the Morrison government amid growing alarm over surging numbers of anti-government conspiracy theorists…

In the run-up to the federal election, the government says it is taking the threat of violent misinformation, conspiracy theories and hate seriously…

“Australia is a peaceful, tolerant, and harmonious country, but we cannot be blind to the fact that there are those among us who seek to sow hate, fear, and discord,” Home Affairs Minister Karen Andrews said.

There are indeed those among us who seek to sow hate, fear, and discord. Nine governments. They have used police to terrorise, assault and shoot citizens. They have lied about the risk of covid, lied about the efficacy of lockdowns, lied about the efficacy of masks, lied about the need to ‘vaccinate’ children and lied about the need for mandates. They have incited the media and the public to hate a minority. Now a politically terminal Morrison government proposes to use $61 million to bolster this nine-state war on civilisation in Australia.

In August and September, a Western Australian man and South Australian woman were charged with impersonating a Commonwealth official as part of a plan to import fake Federal Police badges as part of a plot to overthrow the government.

Oh no. Badges. In December 2016, a gay ‘marriage’ fanatic and Timothy McVeigh wannabe sought to raze the headquarters of the Australian Christian Lobby in Canberra using a van packed with gas cylinders. The woke AFP quickly shut down the investigation, claiming the attack was just a garden variety suicide attempt. Tin badges, though. Chilling stuff.

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4 Responses to On the way out, the LNP leaves a weapons cache behind

  1. Chris M says:

    I heard they also bought realistic looking water pistols so perhaps the crime was more hardcore than you assume CL.

    Of late the violent extremist actions have been by authorities against peaceful people so perhaps this is merely another self-grant for edukashuns.

  2. jupes says:

    $61.7 million dollars to fight … the threat of violent misinformation, conspiracy theories and hate seriously…

    Wow. So much to unpack in that. How is misinformation “violent”? Are the claims that masks stop Covid, or that vaccination will end the ‘pandemic’ conspiracy theories? Is “hate” illegal? If so, do we have to like, or be indifferent to, absolutely everything?

    I would also like to know how they came up with the figure of $61.7 mil , or more accurately whose arse it was pulled out of. What a clown world.

  3. Lee says:

    This is just the start of push (begun by the Democrats in the U.S.) to demonize, dehumanize, and deligitimize any sort of opposition, or opinion contrary to the government as “terrorism”, “white supremacy”, “Nazism”, “fascism”, “racism”, and just about every other “ism” in the book.

    We’re seeing it happen to the truckers and their supporters in Canada.

  4. Shy Ted says:

    I had to attend an education session (HAD to) about interventions aimed at “young people vulnerable to violent extremism”. Presented by psychologist 1 year out of uni. One of the options – “encourage to engage with a homework group instead of viewing IS IS vids on youtube”. He hadn’t a clue and couldn’t name 1 right wing group. Just pathetic. Reading between the lines – lots of threats to harm members of nine gummints.
    ASIO must have 2 full time workers on my posts.

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