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      http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/new...8a4b0e47dbb95f

      DANGEROUS neo-Nazi activists are being monitored by ASIO spooks who warn the extremists are now “willing to use violence to further their own interests”.

      The revelation is contained in a secret ASIO briefing to Federal Parliament and comes after Nazi activists Antipodean Resistance plastered swastikas and racist murals around Sydney.

      Last week the white power group — which has sworn allegiance to Hitler — covered Macquarie Graduate School of Management in Nazi posters and painted a mural of a Nazi flag on a brick wall.

      University of Sydney was also targeted in April.


      The White Power group Antipodean Resistance at their camp. Picture: YouTube
      The group hosted “radicalisation camps” in Queensland last week and targeted universities in Melbourne with homophobic posters in an attempt to sway the Same Sex Marriage debate.

      The extremists are also active on Twitter and YouTube and recently uploaded footage of its radicalisation camps in an attempt to gain new members.

      The Daily Telegraph can reveal ASIO has warned a parliamentary review into expenditure of security agencies that “right-wing and extreme left-wing ideologies” had the propensity to become violent.


      The group places Swastikas around Sydney.
      “Members of these groups are diverse and have differing agendas, including extreme right-wing and extreme left-wing ideologies,” ASIO said.

      “A few small subsets of these groups are willing to use violence to further their own interests.”

      The parliamentary committee released ASIO’s comments in a public report which warned of growing anti-Islamic sentiments in Australia.


      The full ASIO report will never be shown to the public.

      The public report added: “ASIO noted that while Sunni Islamist extremism was the pre-eminent terrorist threat facing Australia, ‘other groups continue to engage in politically motivated violence and the promotion of communal violence”.

      “ASIO explained that while violence at protests was rare, ‘social discourse around anti-Islam and anti-migration issues’ had increased, with public protests for and against becoming more frequent and providing more opportunities for convergence between ideological adversaries.”

      YouTube has repeatedly promised to crack down on extremist content but the Antipodean Resistance appears to simply be creating a new channel when one gets removed.



      Neo nazi group the Antipodean Resistance has hosted a secret resistance camp on the Coast. Picture: Twitter/Antipodean Resistance

      The group has hosted “radicalisation camps” in Queensland last week and targeted universities in Melbourne,
      Its Twitter page has been active since January this year.

      Last week they tweeted photos of Nazi symbols being posted around Sydney.

      “The Sydney lads postered up Macquarie University’s Graduate School of Management last night,” the post read.

      The group also runs a website which is filled with obscene anti-semitic and homophobic comments.

      “You must be White to join our organisation … no Blacks, Asians, Jews or mixed abominations,” the website reads.







      “We oppose substance abuse, homosexuality, and all other rotten, irresponsible distractions laid before us by Jews and globalist elites.”

      Shadow Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus condemned the group after reports anti-gay posters were being used in the same-sex marriage campaign.

      “The prime minister needs to be condemning neo-Nazi groups,” he told reporters in Canberra on Tuesday.

      The ASIO warning comes after a member of neo-Nazi group Vanguard America allegedly killed a woman by deliberately driving into her at a rally in Charlottesville in the US.
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      Translation: Attention! No Chinese are allowed within this area. If intrusion occurs, deportation will likely happen..

      HaHa! That apparently upset the Chink students and the University who gets so much of their Rich parent's money!ZOG doesn't like that!

      ...and they just sat in the shadows and laughed at the Chinese Student's reaction to the posters!

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      Interesting article from 2011.

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      http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/s...2f779e01616189

      SPY agency ASIO identified Adelaide as the “centre of right wing extremism” in Australia and was monitoring the local chapter of anti-Asian group National Front, declassified federal cabinet papers from 1994 reveal.

      Prime Minister Paul Keating’s Labor cabinet was briefed on anti-mail bomb measures after the deadly attack on the Adelaide offices of the National Crime Authority and intelligence agencies expressed their concerns about the potential for terrorist attacks by Islamic extremists.

      The intelligence briefings are contained in cabinet papers from 1994 and 1995 which have been released by National Archives of Australia.

      It includes information on the National Front, which under leader Michael Brander ran a campaign against the “Asianisation of Adelaide” in the 1990s.

      The group clashed with police and other protesters at rallies, disrupted a citizenship ceremony and jeered swimmers participating in a gay community sporting carnival.

      An ASIO planning document circulated to ministers in November 1994, said the National Front was, “Active in Adelaide, with a high intent and capability to undertake acts of racist violence.” Intelligence agencies were also concerned about the potential for anti-Semitic and racist attacks by other far-right groups.

      “Areas of large Jewish populations, such as Sydney and Melbourne, remain the most likely areas of concern, although Adelaide is currently the centre of right wing extremism. Similarly Asian businesses have been targeted by racist groups in Perth and Adelaide. The sensitivity of race as an issue means the level of risk posed by the groups will continue to be high, requiring continued investigative action by ASIO, in conjunction with law enforcement agencies”

      One intelligence document said a national bomb response strategy was being considered after a parcel bomb killed Detective Sergeant Geoffrey Bowen and seriously injured lawyer Peter Wallis in the Waymouth Street NCA office.

      Although the September 11 attacks in the United States were almost seven years away, Islamic extremism was on ASIO’s agenda — particularly in the wake of the 1993 car bombing of the World Trade Centre in New York.

      Details of some of the terrorist groups with a presence in Australia have been redacted from the documents released on Monday (January 1) due to ongoing security concerns.

      “Adding to uncertainties is the wild card of Islamic extremism perpetrated by small, diverse groups previously associated with international terrorism and distant from the Middle East (for example the groups responsible for the New York World Trade Centre bombing), an ASIO briefing stated.

      ASIO expected “factional struggles” between moderate and radical elements for control of the major mosques in Australia could be expected to continue.

      FEARS TOP SPY AGENCY OUT OF CONTROL

      THERE were fears Australia’s top secret overseas spy agency was “out of control” and needed to be reigned in following the end of the Cold War, Cabinet papers from 1994-95 reveal.

      It was also a time when Islamic terrorism was increasingly coming on to the top spy’s radar as a “wildcard threat”.

      While the security landscape in Australia today has seen the introduction of the biggest reforms to national security and foreign interference, 1995 saw the reverse taking place.

      In the final sitting week of last year Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull introduced to Parliament new laws which strengthen treason and sabotage offences and new provisions designed to combat foreign interference in Australia’s political system, as fears of Chinese and Russian involvement grow to “unprecedented levels”.

      But a 1995 cabinet submission from Justice Minister Duncan Kerr saw the offences of treachery and treason replaced with a narrower offence of treason, the repeal of offences of mutiny, assisting prisoners of war to escape and harbouring spies, as well as narrowing of espionage and sabotage laws.

      “The existing provisions reflect their imperial and cold war origins and do not adequately recognise the present day realities,” Mr Kerr stated.

      Mr Kerr also wanted the specific offence for killing the Queen to be eliminated, contained within treason laws, so she would have the same protections of law that everyone else has, but decided against this due to sensitivities around the Republic debate.

      Australia’s security agencies were also becoming wary of the growing “wildcard” of Islamic extremism.

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      Quote Originally Posted by BMX racist View Post
      http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/s...2f779e01616189

      SPY agency ASIO identified Adelaide as the “centre of right wing extremism” in Australia and was monitoring the local chapter of anti-Asian group National Front, declassified federal cabinet papers from 1994 reveal.

      Prime Minister Paul Keating’s Labor cabinet was briefed on anti-mail bomb measures after the deadly attack on the Adelaide offices of the National Crime Authority and intelligence agencies expressed their concerns about the potential for terrorist attacks by Islamic extremists.

      The intelligence briefings are contained in cabinet papers from 1994 and 1995 which have been released by National Archives of Australia.

      It includes information on the National Front, which under leader Michael Brander ran a campaign against the “Asianisation of Adelaide” in the 1990s.

      The group clashed with police and other protesters at rallies, disrupted a citizenship ceremony and jeered swimmers participating in a gay community sporting carnival.

      An ASIO planning document circulated to ministers in November 1994, said the National Front was, “Active in Adelaide, with a high intent and capability to undertake acts of racist violence.” Intelligence agencies were also concerned about the potential for anti-Semitic and racist attacks by other far-right groups.

      “Areas of large Jewish populations, such as Sydney and Melbourne, remain the most likely areas of concern, although Adelaide is currently the centre of right wing extremism. Similarly Asian businesses have been targeted by racist groups in Perth and Adelaide. The sensitivity of race as an issue means the level of risk posed by the groups will continue to be high, requiring continued investigative action by ASIO, in conjunction with law enforcement agencies”

      One intelligence document said a national bomb response strategy was being considered after a parcel bomb killed Detective Sergeant Geoffrey Bowen and seriously injured lawyer Peter Wallis in the Waymouth Street NCA office.

      Although the September 11 attacks in the United States were almost seven years away, Islamic extremism was on ASIO’s agenda — particularly in the wake of the 1993 car bombing of the World Trade Centre in New York.

      Details of some of the terrorist groups with a presence in Australia have been redacted from the documents released on Monday (January 1) due to ongoing security concerns.

      “Adding to uncertainties is the wild card of Islamic extremism perpetrated by small, diverse groups previously associated with international terrorism and distant from the Middle East (for example the groups responsible for the New York World Trade Centre bombing), an ASIO briefing stated.

      ASIO expected “factional struggles” between moderate and radical elements for control of the major mosques in Australia could be expected to continue.

      FEARS TOP SPY AGENCY OUT OF CONTROL

      THERE were fears Australia’s top secret overseas spy agency was “out of control” and needed to be reigned in following the end of the Cold War, Cabinet papers from 1994-95 reveal.

      It was also a time when Islamic terrorism was increasingly coming on to the top spy’s radar as a “wildcard threat”.

      While the security landscape in Australia today has seen the introduction of the biggest reforms to national security and foreign interference, 1995 saw the reverse taking place.

      In the final sitting week of last year Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull introduced to Parliament new laws which strengthen treason and sabotage offences and new provisions designed to combat foreign interference in Australia’s political system, as fears of Chinese and Russian involvement grow to “unprecedented levels”.

      But a 1995 cabinet submission from Justice Minister Duncan Kerr saw the offences of treachery and treason replaced with a narrower offence of treason, the repeal of offences of mutiny, assisting prisoners of war to escape and harbouring spies, as well as narrowing of espionage and sabotage laws.

      “The existing provisions reflect their imperial and cold war origins and do not adequately recognise the present day realities,” Mr Kerr stated.

      Mr Kerr also wanted the specific offence for killing the Queen to be eliminated, contained within treason laws, so she would have the same protections of law that everyone else has, but decided against this due to sensitivities around the Republic debate.

      Australia’s security agencies were also becoming wary of the growing “wildcard” of Islamic extremism.
      LOL @ the National Front, it was National Action. Journalists getting it right as usual

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      I knew National Action was operational in the 1990's but... National Front?! weren't they a UK Org, with off shoots to NZ? I didn't recall any group of that name being active in Australia in that period.

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      Quote Originally Posted by BMX racist View Post
      http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/new...8a4b0e47dbb95f

      DANGEROUS neo-Nazi activists are being monitored by ASIO spooks who warn the extremists are now “willing to use violence to further their own interests”.

      The revelation is contained in a secret ASIO briefing to Federal Parliament and comes after Nazi activists Antipodean Resistance plastered swastikas and racist murals around Sydney.

      Last week the white power group — which has sworn allegiance to Hitler — covered Macquarie Graduate School of Management in Nazi posters and painted a mural of a Nazi flag on a brick wall.

      University of Sydney was also targeted in April.


      The White Power group Antipodean Resistance at their camp. Picture: YouTube
      The group hosted “radicalisation camps” in Queensland last week and targeted universities in Melbourne with homophobic posters in an attempt to sway the Same Sex Marriage debate.

      The extremists are also active on Twitter and YouTube and recently uploaded footage of its radicalisation camps in an attempt to gain new members.

      The Daily Telegraph can reveal ASIO has warned a parliamentary review into expenditure of security agencies that “right-wing and extreme left-wing ideologies” had the propensity to become violent.


      The group places Swastikas around Sydney.
      “Members of these groups are diverse and have differing agendas, including extreme right-wing and extreme left-wing ideologies,” ASIO said.

      “A few small subsets of these groups are willing to use violence to further their own interests.”

      The parliamentary committee released ASIO’s comments in a public report which warned of growing anti-Islamic sentiments in Australia.


      The full ASIO report will never be shown to the public.

      The public report added: “ASIO noted that while Sunni Islamist extremism was the pre-eminent terrorist threat facing Australia, ‘other groups continue to engage in politically motivated violence and the promotion of communal violence”.

      “ASIO explained that while violence at protests was rare, ‘social discourse around anti-Islam and anti-migration issues’ had increased, with public protests for and against becoming more frequent and providing more opportunities for convergence between ideological adversaries.”

      YouTube has repeatedly promised to crack down on extremist content but the Antipodean Resistance appears to simply be creating a new channel when one gets removed.



      Neo nazi group the Antipodean Resistance has hosted a secret resistance camp on the Coast. Picture: Twitter/Antipodean Resistance

      The group has hosted “radicalisation camps” in Queensland last week and targeted universities in Melbourne,
      Its Twitter page has been active since January this year.

      Last week they tweeted photos of Nazi symbols being posted around Sydney.

      “The Sydney lads postered up Macquarie University’s Graduate School of Management last night,” the post read.

      The group also runs a website which is filled with obscene anti-semitic and homophobic comments.

      “You must be White to join our organisation … no Blacks, Asians, Jews or mixed abominations,” the website reads.







      “We oppose substance abuse, homosexuality, and all other rotten, irresponsible distractions laid before us by Jews and globalist elites.”

      Shadow Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus condemned the group after reports anti-gay posters were being used in the same-sex marriage campaign.

      “The prime minister needs to be condemning neo-Nazi groups,” he told reporters in Canberra on Tuesday.

      The ASIO warning comes after a member of neo-Nazi group Vanguard America allegedly killed a woman by deliberately driving into her at a rally in Charlottesville in the US.
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      ASIO=cunts. Fucking wankers who think they can bribe patriots to snitch by promising free meals or lenient sentences by jewdges. These ASIO cunts have no idea who is in or what the nigger Apex or menace to society gangs are up to but they stalk and harass working white men for loving their country.
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