Whose cuisine will reign supreme in Chippendale?
A fascist group that has been meeting at the NSW Humanist House was itself met with protest last month. This month, the group — known as either ‘Klub National’ or ‘Klub Naziya’ — will again face public protest.
“Today, the Humanist Society of New South Wales is part of the International Humanist and Ethical Union that has formal consultative status with the United Nations”; “Based in London, IHEU is an international NGO with Special Consultative Status with the UN (New York, Geneva, Vienna), General Consultative Status at UNICEF (New York) and the Council of Europe (Strasbourg), and maintains operational relations with UNESCO (Paris). IHEU has observer status at the African Commission on Human and People’s Rights.”
There will be another community rally at 7pm on Friday 6 November, at Humanist House – 10 Shepherd St, Chippendale.
This is the next scheduled KN gathering. The Humanist Society are being very cagey about whether or not they’re going to continue to support neo-nazis, and KN may or may not chose to meet where they know they will face collective opposition.
If they turn up we will be there to tell them they are not welcome. If they don’t, we’ll have a street party to celebrate.
Exclusive footage of the the Humanist Society of New South Wales (part of the International Humanist and Ethical Union that has formal consultative status with the United Nations) amateur musical theatre troupe and its 2009 co-production — with the talented members of Klub Naziya — of The Producers.
Sadly, audience response thus far has been mixed (to say the least).
Three elderly men
recount their experiences of the Nazi genocide declare themselves to be bitter enemies of humanism.