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mrbling888, July 14, 2009. The video apparently originates with http://www.youtube.com/user/1chewbarker, and a bloke by the name of Simon ******, of Morley (Perth).
In Melbourne, neo-Nazi skinheads belonging to Blood & Honour (B&H) Australia and the Southern Cross Hammerskins gathered on the weekend of September 12/13 to commemorate the death of B&H’s co-founder, Ian Stuart Donaldson, in 1993.
Jesse ******, a leading Australian Hammerskin, performed at the gig with his band Ravenous. Jesse maintains both a YouTube channel and an online shop called 9 percent productions [http://9percentproductions.com/].
Among other things, 9 percent sells (neo-)Nazi music — including the album ‘Freezer Full of Nigger Heads’ by the US band Grinded Nig — and merchandise — including swastika pins and keyrings.
Here’s Jesse singing with the Belgian neo-Nazi band Kill Baby Kill, who played the 2008 memorial gig (at The Beaconsfield Hotel). Note that KBK vocalist, Dieter Samoy, has a conviction for assaulting a black man.
The song is called ‘Oh no here comes an Abo’.
See also : Carlos, 1 year without you, 1 year with you (September 18, 2009) | The Tale of Denis Donohue… and Donny Ryder (September 11, 2009) | White With Fear : Flagging A New Hate (June 11, 2009) | Facebook, free speech, hate speech, racism (May 11, 2009) | Argentine police arrest 36 boneheads belonging to Blood and Honour (April 23, 2009) | Racism on teh Intertubes! Corporate sector reluctant to act! Earth revolves around Sun! (December 15, 2008) | Chris Hurley : Promotion and $100,000 | Lex Wotton : Six Years Prison (November 7, 2008) | Noble Front vs. ZOG (June 11, 2008).