See also : F___ Off I’m On Today Tonight! Or: Reverse racism. (February 16, 2010) | Too late for Labour to stop the BNP, IWCA, February 4, 2010: “New Labour’s sudden concern for the wellbeing of the ‘white working class’ is a product solely of the threat they feel from the BNP. Aside from its cynicism, this move is too little, too late. New Labour made the conscious choice to turn its back on the working class once and for all in 1994. They have sowed the wind, now they will reap the whirlwind…”
Oddly, bizarrely even, presenter Matthew White concludes David Eccleston’s report by saying “if you’d like some more information or you’d like to lodge a complaint you’ll find the relevant details on our website”. And on the website are links to a page on ‘Race Discrimination’ and ‘Lodging your complaint’ on The Australian Human Rights Commission site, a link to the Australian Manufacturing Workers Union (which the brains at TT have presumably confused with the CFMEU), and finally to the Australian Protectionist Party.
Speaking of the APP, and Hodges, he has some cross words for local
terrorist Muslim Nazeem Hussain (Nazeem Hussain’s Jihad against white Australians., The Infidel Diaries, February 14, 2010) after Hussain declared a jihad! against White Australians, aka his authorship of an article (True colours, On Line Opinion, February 11, 2010) on the whiteness of commercial TV:
It was not until I returned from a trip to Europe that it dawned on me how white Australian television actually is. It’s an arduous task for me to recall five people on Australian television who are not white. The only people that come to mind are a couple of SBS news readers, and the guy who played the demeaning role of Bingo Commissioner with a ridiculous feigned Indian accent on the failed series of Sunday Night Bingo. Oh … and there are brown people on community TV, if you have reception…
See also : Whitewashing TV’s picture, The Age, March 13, 2008: “Anglocentric programming does not reflect the real Australia, Leah Vandenberg tells Greg Hassall.” | The Half a Billion Boo-boo, Media Watch, ABC, June 11, 2007.