‘Polish race hate groups spark concern’ according to Dr Krystyna Bleszynska of Warsaw University, addressing a race relations conference in the UK, as Polish neo-Nazis and assorted other fascist scum reportedly ‘forge links’ with their comrades in the UK.
The BBC news report (November 29) refers to the alleged closure of a neo-Nazi website — Redwatch Poland — and the arrest of one man in connection to its operation. In reality, the site was closed twice: first by ISP DreamHost, then another; first in July, then again in August. Needless to say — well, unless you’re a well-paid ‘expert’ on ‘race relations’, of course — it’s back up, on another server. Further, like Redwatch Poland, Redwatch UK continues on its merry way, as does Redwatch New Zealand. Both authorities in the UK (2004; June 2006) and New Zealand / Aotearoa (August 2006) have declared their intention to ‘investigate’ the websites in question.
Not unexpectedly, both have been found to be full of piss-and-wind; just like the neo-Nazis, really… and notwithstanding the fact that, for example, on Redwatch New Zealand, bonehead Nic Miller even stooped so low as to post the address and photo of the home of a Holocaust survivor (among many others, especially Jews and/or antifa); with the full and knowing co-operation of Google, natch.
According to the BBC report:
[Redwatch Poland] published details [photographs, names, addresses, descriptions, occupations] of people on its hate list — such as left-wing activists, homosexuals and members of ethnic minorities… [and] was [sic] operated by the Polish wing of Blood and Honour, an international group which originated in the UK. The site used a US-based server.
In Australia, convicted neo-Nazi criminal Ben Weerheym — whose most recent foray into the exciting world of fascist activism has been ‘The Great Australian Bikini March’ — was threatened with prosecution under useless ‘Racial Vilification’ legislation by WA authorities in March, 2006. But no: instead, WA authorities decided to test the untried law — introduced following, and in explicit reference to, the racist campaign by Weerheym’s former leader Jack van Tongeren and his neo-Nazi Australian Nationalists Movement — by prosecuting an Aboriginal teenager… unsuccessfully.
Also in Australia, Blood & Honour Australia, in conjunction with another bonehead gang, the Southern Cross Hammerskins, held a gig in September at The Birmingham Hotel in Fitzroy (Cnr. Johnston & Smith Streets | (03) 9417 2706 — ask for Gary) in order to commemorate the death of B&H founder Ian Stuart Donaldson. On the night of the gig, a local woman was accosted by seven boneheads, who insisted on her calling herself a ‘black cunt’ before allowing her to leave their charming — and incredibly brave — company. In the meantime, scabs continue to drink and play at the fascist venue (although it should be noted that some have complained of harassment — sadly, Fitzroy can be a hazardous area at times, especially if one frequents The Birmy).
As for Poland, the authorities were only compelled to act following the stabbing by boneheads of a Jewish anarchist profiled on the site, and, further — and crucially — an assault upon Poland’s Chief Rabbi, Michael Schudrich. Of course, in Russia, boneheads and other scum are able to operate with impunity, and with the full blessing of Vladimir Putin‘s corrupt regime. Thus, a report by a human rights group in September stated that:
So far this year, [at least] 33 people have died and about 300 have been injured as a result of racially motivated attacks, as opposed to last year’s total of 35 people killed and 393 injured… This year’s racially motivated attacks, mostly carried out by [boneheads], have been reported in 32 out [of] Russia’s 89 regions.
The antifa opposition in Russia — as elsewhere, spearheaded by anarchists — are also subjected to violent assault and murder. Meanwhile, in the corporate/state media, anarchists are routinely referred to as ‘terrorists’, and boneheads referred to as ‘skinheads’.
As Spinal Tap sang: The more it stays the same, the less it changes.
Australian state/corporate media coverage of the above issues is available via the links below: