Protect Australia First. Parties.

    Hitler visits a lunatic asylum. The patients give the Hitler salute. As he passes down the line he comes across a man who isn’t saluting.
    “Why aren’t you saluting like the others?” Hitler barks.
    “Mein Führer, I’m the nurse,” comes the answer. “I’m not crazy!”

In the struggle to Protect Australia and to put it First, I’m growing increasingly worried.

First, s h o c k news that, as a result of his recent massive upswing in popularity, ribald political commentary and overall fitness, John Drew (aka ‘Australia First Brisbane’ / ‘Patriotic Youth League’) has been cruelly jettisoned by the Party. Or to put it another way:

Due to ever increasing interest in myself rather than Australia First’s Brisbane Branch I have bought the domain name and am preparing a web site that will provide a wide array of information including a very interesting photo gallery. Estimated date of going online with this personal web site is early to mid April…

I advise that this web site will cease to be that of the Brisbane branch as of March 30 due to party member objections to some items of content and subsequent censorship by party officials. Another emerging party branch will utilise the domain name. I will be concentrating on my other interests one of which is the development of a fitness training/social group for gays. I will also be active in Brisbane Sun Boys.

As keen, sun-bronzed young men across Australia know, ‘Brisbane Sun Boys’ is a “Nudist Club for Gay and Bisexual Men, over the age of 18, in Southeast Queensland who enjoy this natural life style”.

A number of questions present themselves at this point.

For example:

In this sordid drama, is Dr James Saleam (Australia First NSW) — or perhaps even Jim Perren (Australia First Queensland) — playing the role of ‘Denise LaSalle’? And is John Drew acting out the part of ‘Long Dong Silver’?


Will the runaway success enjoyed by the Patriotic Youth League — which has attracted such prominent personalities as Stuart McBeth, Luke Connors, James Newman, Lachlan Black and John Drew — be endangered by John’s leaving?

    McBeth founded the PYL in Newcastle in 2002; he left in early 2005. Black was one of the founding members of the New South Wales branch of One Nation in 1997. He is now a member of the APP in the ACT.

Will Peter Watson, the Patriotic Youth from Warwick, now step forward and transform his powerful party machine the Stalinist League into a Nationalist Association 4 Yoof?

If Peter does join, will he get brain cancer from having the mobile phone pressed to his ear all day and all night, answering membership and media inquiries?

Only time will tell.

Elsewhere in Queensland, two AF supporters have bravely gone to the polls: Peregrine John Beverley Jewell and Peter Schuback. Neither gained an especially impressive number of votes, naturally, but their participation is (presumably) yet another giant stride forward for Australia.

Or is it?

On the other side of the White nationalist divide, the Australian Protectionist Party is… still protecting Australia. Like AF, the APP struggles with the political legacy of Dr James Saleam, who has recently denounced — again — the APP for its alleged support for Zionism. That is, The Jew.

The leading spokesperson for the APP is Darrin Hodges. Darrin is one of a number of former AF members, including Mark Wilson, to abandon Herr Doktor.

“i have some good colour footage (no sound) of Adolf Hitler at The Berghoff. PM me if you want a copy of the footage” Darrin once wrote on Stormfront, but since then he has displaced his fear and loathing of The Jew on to The Muslim, who, together with The Asian, The Black, The Greens, The Red and The Queer, now constitute the gravest threats to Australia.

Word on The Street is that The Jew, The Muslim, The Red and The Asian are led by

A Half-Human, Half-Lesbian, Half-Machine, Half-Asian, Half-Cyborg Future President of the Future United States of Asia!

Below is e x c l u s i v e footage of the Future President of the Future United States of Asia after being informed of the growing resistance to the politics of New World Order liberal-globalist-capitalism throughout Australia (and in the rest of the world) and shortly before boarding her EL AL Airlines flight bound for Toowoomba:

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20 Responses to Protect Australia First. Parties.

  1. Peter Watson says:

    I would like to make one thing clear. I will not be rejoining the Australia First Party or getting involved with the Patriotic Youth League. I was never involved in the PYF and there has never been any PYF activity in Warwick. However, I am involved in nationalist politics along with the local socialist and racialist movement fighting the forces of the anti-Australian regime that is currently in power. The Stalinist League is not a “party machine” and will remain as it currently is. I would also like to say that it is of interest that I note that Mr Watt was acting as “supervisor” at the Warwick Town Hall polling booth. That shows you how much power the intelligentsia has over the country. We all know what he was doing as “supervisor”. It is not surprising that the party controlled by the regime has won again.

  2. "Antifa Australia" says:

    Wow the real peter watson? gotta be kidding me, in a place like this? tell me, are you turning a lefty? you are saying you were never INVOLVED IN THE YPL [sic]? a slight hint of leftyness[?]

  3. @ndy says:

    “Antifa Australia”,

    Peter has been spamming my blog for months. Years, even.

    He is a teenager. A confused teenager.

    Desperate for attention.

    If you wish to converse with Peter, do so via his blog or YouTube channel.

  4. [Peter Watson] says:

    [Fly Away Peter.]

  5. "Ute Driver" says:

    [”Snowy” / “Ute Driver” / “Tony” et al. Please utilise the one handle. Until you do, I will pay no attention, and future comments will simply be deleted.]

  6. Tony Whitemore says:

    OK, the question was: Why should I, as a White person, oppose Pro-White organisations?

  7. @ndy says:

    What you do is entirely up to you “Tony”.

    I am a person, with a brain and white skin. I use my brain to think with, and have come to the conclusion that the colour of my skin does not require me to support racism or fascism. In fact, I believe that racism is an irrational form of prejudice, which is contrary to basic notions of equality. Therefore, I oppose it.

    Presumably, you ‘support’ the Australia First Party and/or the Australian Protectionist Party.

    I don’t really care.

  8. Tony Whitemore says:

    If you really do not care then why is it your duty to hinder people from following political parties such as AFP/APP etc? You also mention: “and have come to the conclusion that the colour of my skin does not require me to support racism or fascism”. OK, let’s just say [you’re] in a position where you are living in a neighbourhood on the receiving end of racism day in, day out, wouldn’t you back a Pro-White organisation in their efforts to relinquish [sic] Anti-White bigotry?

  9. @ndy says:


    You’ve been posting comments on my blog, employing various pseudonyms, for almost three years now.

    That’s quite a long time.

    You have demonstrated that you have problems with comprehension. I’ve asked you before how old you are, but I don’t believe you’ve ever told me.

    When I write “I don’t really care”, I mean “I don’t really care that you, “Tony”, choose to ‘support’ AF or APP”. Obviously, I’ve written extensively on the subject of AF and the APP, as well as various other groupings on the far right, for approximately the same period you’ve been posting. Why I choose to do so proceeds from my own political commitments, which are antithetical to the far right, and because I am a political trainspotter. As such, I often find the bizarro antics of the far right amusing: from Saleam’s intention to protest at the inquiry into Tyler Cassidy’s death, to the desire of boneheads in Perth to spread David Lane’s ashes around its suburbs (in the unfortunate absence of a pyramid within which to contain them), to Luke Connors’ complaint that he risked brain cancer following the flood of enquiries to the PYL which followed the Cronulla bullshit. More broadly, I’m interested in the ways in which racism informs and courses through the Australian body politic.

    As I’ve already stated, I oppose racism, and regard it as being — among other things — an irrational form of prejudice. If you wish to elaborate upon the everyday racism you are subjected to in your community, you’re free to do so. In three years, you’ve provided no evidence of this. If you’re looking for a sympathetic audience, I suggest you stick to Stormfront.

  10. Darrin Hodges says:

    “As I’ve already stated, I oppose racism, and regard it as being — among other things — an irrational form of prejudice.”

    What is your working definition of “racism”?

  11. Kadet says:

    “If Peter does join, will he get brain cancer from having the mobile phone pressed to his ear all day and all night, answering membership and media inquiries?”

    We can only hope @ndy
    I sure love watching/reading peter watson make a dick of himself time and time again

  12. @ndy says:

    What is your working definition of “racism”?

    Step 1.

    Buy a dictionary.

  13. Darrin Hodges says:

    “Racism, by its simplest definition[,] is the belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race. People with racist beliefs exhibit stereotype-based prejudices towards individuals and groups of people according to their race. In the case of institutional racism, certain racial groups may be denied rights or benefits, or get preferential treatment. Racial discrimination typically points out taxonomic differences between different groups of people, even though anybody can be racialised, independently of their somatic differences. According to the United Nations conventions, there is no distinction between the term racial discrimination and ethnic discrimination. Racism is the belief that a particular race is superior or inferior to another, that a person’s social and moral traits are predetermined by his or her inborn biological characteristics.” ~

    So is it fair to say that this represents your personal view of the meaning of racism?

  14. Lumpen says:

    Uh oh. Darrin is gearing up for the ‘white is an ethnicity/you discriminate against whites who discriminate’ one-two punch. There’s no dodging this one, Andrew. 88! Rahowa! Ethnics back to Ethnia! A purer form of hut!hut!hut!

  15. @ndy says:

    So is it fair to say that this represents your personal view of the meaning of racism?

    It’s fair to say that the above is a reasonable definition of ‘racism’.

    Oxford Compact:


    1. the belief that there are characteristics, abilities, or qualities specific to each race
    2. discrimination against or antagonism towards other races


    1. each of the major divisions of humankind, having distinct physical characteristics
    2. racial origin or distinction
    3. a group of people sharing the same culture, language, etc.; an ethnic group
    4. a group of people or things with a common feature
    5. (Biology) a distinct population within a species; a subspecies

    Note on usage: Some people now feel that the word ‘race’ should be avoided, because of its associations with the now discredited theories of 19th-century anthropologists and physiologists about supposed racial superiority. Terms such as ‘people’, ‘community’, or ‘ethnic group’ are less emotionally charged.

    Origin: French, from Italian razza.

  16. Darrin Hodges says:

    “It’s fair to say that the above is a reasonable definition of ‘racism’.”

    It differs from your personal view?

  17. @ndy says:

    My views on issues to do with racism I don’t believe can be adequately encapsulated by the introductory paragraph to the Wikipedia article on ‘Racism’. There are a number of reasons for this, but subsequent paragraphs — which discuss some of the definitional issues, political ramifications, and social contexts within which the subject of racism may be situated — may alert you to some of them. That said, the paragraph you’ve quoted raises several issues. One is the relationship between some notion of ‘race’ and ‘racial superiority/inferiority’. That is, it’s possible to maintain that ‘race’ has some solid, material foundation, that this can give rise to racial differences, but that these are unimportant or of no political significance. Another is the distinction between ethnicity and race which, as noted, the UN has apparently collapsed in some of its pronouncements on discrimination.

    Feel free to get to the point.

  18. Tony Whitemore is my real name.

    If my age is really that important: let’s just say I am in my early 20s.

    I agree that you have written extensively regarding APP/AFP, however, you haven’t touched on the issues that answers my questions.

    If a workmate, friend, or an anonymous person who visits your blog were to talk about racism they faced everyday – would you point them in the direction of StormFront as your comment suggests?

  19. @ndy says:

    In June 2008, a friend sent me an email.

    “Read your thread with Tony Whitemore, why do you bother with these morons?”

    I no longer know the answer to that question.

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