[Mark Collett, No White Guilt, and Patrick Slattery, have a two hour discussion with the Aussie patriot Blair Cottrell on his activist activities in the land Down Under against the ruling Orgjew system that is busy destroying the country through mass non-White invasion, among other methods.
Patriotic Weekly Review
Dec 4, 2019
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Published on Dec 4, 2019
First published at 21:48 UTC on December 4th, 2019.
Mark Collett: Hello everybody and welcome to Patriotic Weekly Review episode number 31! And we have a really packed show for you tonight as always.
Our special guest is the incredible Blair Cottrell who we will be interviewing and introducing very soon.
We only have a couple of short announcements. Last night Laura was fantastic over on TR talk. She did an amazing job over there. And I am on that our talk tomorrow talking to Chris and putting over the ethno-nationalists point of view. So please support me there I’ll be tweeting about that tomorrow. I will be talking at a later date about the Patriotic Alternative Christmas parties they’re now in full swing. One of them has already taken place in London it was a great success and there’s more of them coming. I will keep you updated on them.
And we will be doing to general election streams both next week. One on Monday with myself Morgoth, Xerius, and Laura, discussing the general election in its entirety. Who you should vote for. A bit of a lowdown on the candidates and then we’ll be doing a follow-up stream to that on the Friday where we discuss how it turned out and what the implications of the result are for the country as a whole. So there’ll be two general election streams next week.
So, that is it for announcements. Now straight over to Jason what have you been up to this week my friend?
No White Guilt: Well Mark I must say we had an enormous event last night. There, the big awards for the video “Last Message to the West”. And you all can get over there and still watch it at Last Message to the West dot com. And I won’t reveal the top five winners.
A significant sum of money was distributed to all of the winners of these videos. It was very exciting with what’s most exciting about it is that this was a great victory for the community in service to White well-being! Because so many folks came together. This was Lovely Porridge’s original idea. It started with him and he immediately roped in the great Jared George. They worked together and before you knew it people were coming in from continent after continent in service to White well-being! And they contributed their time, their talents, some of them their money.
Obviously we ended up, of course, Roy Danson ending the contributions to the prizewinners with a last-minute $500 investment to the prize winners did it was just absolutely magnificent I think we ended up with 29 videos. All of them beautifully done and can reach people that in ways that only they can be reached.
So if you head on over to that website you’ll be able to so find those videos. And then you’ll be able to use them for yourself for your friends their family and a big salute to everyone who participated in that. We had a lot of fun last night distributing those awards and talking about the runners-up and all of that sort of thing.
But today it is magnificent to be with Blair! So much has come to me about this gentleman here and the good work that he is doing. He’s been recommended a great many times. Heard his name over and over, so I’m delighted to be here with him and, of course, our leader the great Mark Collett, and Dr. Patrick Slattery the all-knowing encyclopedia of the White positive sphere! And everyone out there in the chat today I’m already seeing some great names and beautiful ladies. So I will pass it back to Mark
Mark Collett: Thank you. Now Patrick what have you’ve been up to this week my friend?
Patrick: Well obviously I got the week started off right with a interview with Mark Collett on the National Bugle Radio. That’s always a great way to start the week. And I do my National Bugle Radio show. Last week we had a an interview with Kevin MacDonald. I haven’t gotten it on BitChute yet but hopefully by the end of the broadcast maybe I’ll have it up on BitChute. Is so that’s all been that’s all been good.
And I’m very, you know, I’m a big Aussiephile, actually! Steve Irwin and the Wiggles and all these people. These are my heroes! And I actually I had a bunch of Australian friends and I played footie for a while. I played footy and it’s an insane game! Only could be invented by people who spend most of their time upside down, because, you know, north-south business! But no it is so much fun it’s just a little bit insane for somebody my age to be running around.
But one thing that I did learn is for somebody my age to run fast, it really helps to have a bunch of big burly [05:01] Australian guys chasing you around! So that’s the good part. I don’t do it anymore. But yeah it kept me fast for a while. And so I’ll pass it on back to Mark
Mark Collett: Okay. Well one last piece of news before we go over to Blair. If you want to contribute to the show please do so using entropy. The link for the entropy chat is now in the main chat. It is also in the description of the show. It’s on my Twitter and he’s on my telegram. Entropy is the only way you can make financial contributions to the show and it is the only way you can ask questions to the panel. All questions are voted on the best questions are voted up and the questions at the top of the pile will be asked to the panel.
Please keep all questions today, it’s all going to be about Blair. This is about nothing else! It is about Blair. So if you’re asking questions please make them relevant to him, or relevant to Australian politics, or to things that he campaigns about, so we keep everything on topic.
Now I am gonna introduce the man himself. Now when I was younger, when I was of school age Australia was known for three, or four things. It was known for the soap opera Neighbours. It was known for Foster’s lager. It was known for kangaroos. And it was known from Kylie Minogue, who came out of the soap opera Neighbours. But now it is known for something much much better! Even better than Kylie Minogue, or kangaroos! And that is, of course, the ultimate Australian chad, Blair Cottrell!
Now when I first saw Blair Cottrell on the political scene, he was talking a lot about um issues to do with Islam, issues to do with migration. And he has gone on to be one of the most woke people on our side of the political fence. He now talks about everything we talked about! And he’s undergone an incredible political journey. And that is something that I really want to talk about tonight. Because so many people are scared to follow the trail of breadcrumbs to the ultimate truth.
But that isn’t Blair at all! He has embraced the ultimate truth! He talks about so many different things and, because of the things he talks about he is now the most censored man in Australian history! So, without further ado, please introduce yourself, please tell us where we can find your work, and please tell us how we can contribute to the great work that you do.
Blair: Okay. Well thanks for having me first of all. Yeah it is early in the morning here. Someone in the comments just said, it’s not 3 a.m. I got up at about 4:30 in the morning. It’s probably won’t look as impressive as you guys.
But yeah, well basically in 2015 is when I first engaged in the political realm, after having been I suppose you could say self-educated. Leading up to that I joined in with a street movement organization, a grassroots political protest group called “Reclaim Australia”. And then we started the “United Patriots Front” out of that, because Reclaim Australia didn’t turn out to be all that consistent. But we grew into the most popular grassroots working-class activist group in the country very quickly.
Within about a year we had over 200,000 followers on Facebook, and my videos would get enormous amount of reach. We got more attention than I was prepared for actually. I didn’t know what to do with it at first. I didn’t have a long term plan for this kind of movement. But I did what I could with it.
And I used the platform to communicate not just what the media will tell you I communicated, which is anti-Islam, but my message was very critical of what I saw as an institutional corruption at a State level. Specifically in media, government, education system, law enforcement, and even military. It was a moral corruption, which I believed was destroying our country from the inside. And I think everyone, everybody’s pretty familiar, everybody who would watch Mark is pretty familiar with that kind of stuff.
It’s Psych-warfare, an aspect of Psych-warfare. Because I went further than the “no Islam” kind of rhetoric I am currently the most censored person in the country, by far! I’ve had my Facebook account, Twitter, YouTube, PayPal, and even my personal bank account closed! And I haven’t been given reasons for any of your censorship, but yeah, you know, whst the reason is. It’s because, you know, if you’re going up against communists, or Marxists, their whole world philosophy is based on such a intricate network of lies and they can’t have anybody telling [10:02] the truth.
So, that’s where I’m at now, which is just on Gab and Telegram. I haven’t made BitChute yet, but I’ve been busy in and out of court over the past two and a half years, after I was charged by the state government for intent to incite ridicule of Muslims on Facebook. I was a initially convicted of that charge at a lower level of court, but I didn’t really spend money on lawyers at a lower level, because I thought it would be a waste. I knew it was probably to go to a higher level, and that’s what I wanted.
It eventually went to County Court, which is like mid-range in this country. That’s when I got a lawyer and that’s when the state government pulled out all the stops. And that’s when the media stopped reporting on it, at the same time. The Attorney General of Victoria, the state’s highest ranking law expert was summoned and four other state prosecuting lawyers were up against me and my barrister, John Bolton.
And that trial just took place about three weeks ago actually. Even though mainstream media journalist chose to report that I failed the whole thing about a year ago, a year before it even began! It just finished three weeks ago. And we’re still waiting to hear the results.
We’ve made three major arguments, and they’re all centred around, first of all my innocence on the “intent” charge, because as I said I’ve been charged with “intent to incite ridicule of Muslims”. I’m not actually inciting anything, so it’s a thought crime. They’ve gone into my head and said:
“Your intent is criminal!”
And also we’ve argued that’s based on Australia’s Constitution I have an implied right to political expression, or political discourse, political religious discourse. And under the UN, funnily enough, the UN Charter of Human Rights, I have the right to free expression. So we based our argument on those pieces of legislation, or those laws. And we should be getting a result any day now, so it’ll be interesting to see what happens there. That’s pretty much it!
Mark Collett: So at one time you were running the United Patriots Front, and we were talking about that before the show began. And that was something that was getting pretty big. That was something that was getting quite a lot of traction. It was something a lot of young men wanted to be involved in. And they’ve effectively attempted to shut that down by censoring you, heavily! Especially on Facebook.
And you were telling me before the show, I really want my viewers to hear this direct from you. Tell the story about that. And tell, because you’re telling me that now anyone that posts anything to do with you is its basically banned immediately from Facebook. So it’s almost like a single picture of you, the system recognizes it and the person posting it is basically banned, or is given some kind of infraction for doing that!
Blair: Yeah, it was one of the biggest things on Facebook at the time, my political platform that I created for us. I think the only person I can think of who grew faster there at the time was Milo Yinnapolis, but we kept that with him. Like our growth happened just before or around the same time as he was on Facebook. And uh, I think I was one of the first Facebook pages at the time to get hit with this worldwide censorship phenomena in 2016, in early 2016, actually. It was reported on by the media at the time, because back then we still got at least, you know, at least contacted by mainstream media for the purposes of slandering us.
And so they were always happy to see some something bad happening to us. So they reported on it and gloated about it. These days they don’t report on anything at all. It’s not allowed, they don’t mentions us, or my name at all! But yeah, it’s been pretty intense. And since Facebook seems to consider me a “dangerous individual” now, if you post a photo of me and that photo is reported, but they might even have facial recognition technology, I’m not sure how it works. But several people over the past couple of weeks have sent me screenshots of their accounts being banned for posting a photo of me. And Facebook explains that the photo violates their standards, their community standards on “dangerous individuals”. So I don’t know who decided that I was a “dangerous individual”, or whether it’s, you know, whether it comes from state government.
And there is every indication that this censorship that I’m on the receiving end of, it originates from State government and security agencies. I had a colleague in Victoria police, who confirmed this about three years ago. Who said that the original United Patriots Front Facebook page was closed down after pressure from the Australian Federal Police, Australian Security Intelligence Organization [ASIO]. They said that we were a threat to national security to Facebook, and when they hear that they just comply. But now it’s pretty intense.
Like when my Instagram account was closed, which they used to just post photos of myself myself at work or at the gym, that’s when I realized that it’s a pretty intense. They can’t even, they can’t allow me to have any opportunity to normalize myself. By mainstream media and State governments standards, I am a evil “neo-Nazi”, and anything I do that I prove that’s not true is not allowed. Including regular photos of me at the pub with friends, or just working out at the gym. Because that sort of blows holes in their are in their propaganda narrative.
But yeah, it’s impossible for me to get on Facebook now. If I make a Facebook account I don’t know whether they flagged my SIM card, IP address, I don’t know what it is. Like I’ve tried different tricks. But in my opinion if they’re going to ban you based on who you are, there’s really no point in trying make an account and hide from them. You’re better off just getting off that platform altogether [16:05].
Actually I think everyone should just get off Facebook! I don’t know why anyone still on it. It’s just a big information gathering program! I mean, everything you post on there, every bit of personal information, every opinion if it’s political, goes down in a police file! It is sitting in the database of some intelligence building in your country. I mean, you’re really just feeding them information that you don’t need to be feeding them. So I would recommend that no one uses Facebook at all
Mark Collett: Well, that’s a big thing! I mean, here tonight we have the most censored man in the history of Australia! So if you haven’t liked and shared the stream please like and share the stream now! Get as many people here as you can. This guy’s story needs to be heard!
And he is on Telegram. That’s actually how I got put in touch with Blair, through Telegram. Now he does have a Telegram page. It is linked in the description of the show. I will be sharing that on my telegram and on my Twitter after the show. So please if you are on telegram go and follow Blair. Make sure you are getting updates from him, because one of the ways obviously we know the way that social media tries to defeat us, you know, it is the new “town square” and they are kicking us off! They’re silencing us! And the fact that there might be facial recognition software that instantly flags people’s photos, and also a really good point here, I want to talk a bit about this, because you seem to have a lot harsher, or more repressive laws in Australia. Because we get taken down from things, but you’re saying here that you had a personal account where you just, you know, posted gym photos, or photos of, you know, yourself out on a walk with your girlfriend, or whatever. Then that went as well.
Now the other week I had a PayPal account. And I had a PayPal account, because I like playing old computer games. I collect retro Nintendo games and I’ve got quite a big collection and I trade them on eBay.
So sometimes they sell stuff that I don’t need anymore, you know, forget it if there’s a deal come upon something that I’ve already gotten it’s better condition I’ll buy a nice condition box game put it on the shelf from the one that’s a bit tatty I’ll sell on eBay. It’s not a major money earner, or anything. It’s just my hobby. I’m not really going out drinking kind of guy, so I like doing stuff around the house. I like tending to my collection, playing a few games. And I thought, you know, having a PayPal, I’ve never made it public, I’ve never made, I’ve never advertised my PayPal. I wasn’t really using it for political purposes, you know, people who wanted to buy my book could write to me and send me a PayPal transaction to buy a book. But it was never publicly advertised, or used really for political donations, or anything like that.
Yet the other day I got out, completely out of the blue, I went to buy something off eBay and it said your PayPal is no longer working. So I went to log in, just to see if it was sort of like every few years it asks you to re-verify, or double check your bank account. But I got a letter telling me that I was a somebody that PayPal wouldn’t do business with, because I was doing business that they thought was objectionable! I don’t know how selling older NES games on eBay is objectionable? But it’s obviously, because of who I am. And similar things have happened to you guys over there.
And I’ve also heard in Australia that they can actually take your bank account away from you, just, because of who you are!
Blair: Yeah. And I don’t think it’s got anything to do with our laws. All of this activity might actually be contrary to the law. It’s to be argued. The State and the various bureaucrats connected to it can do whatever they want until someone creates a legal precedent and takes them to court. But that costs money! And sometimes with some average working-class people, such as myself, in order to get the money to take people to court, or to go to court to answer to some crime, usually we need to raise funds from supporters, from the public.
And I think that’s largely the reason that’s my PayPal account and my bank account was shut down. Because I wasn’t given any specific reason. They just said basically uh well the bank said it was for “commercial imperatives” and PayPal said “your account violates our community policy”, or something like that. Which isn’t an answer. It’s just an obscure, you know, excuse.
But yeah, it’s not, I don’t know what the law says in Australia, I’m not a lawyer. But I know that everything is arguable in Australia. Things can go on for quite a while in the courts in this country.
Our legal system is based off the same model as England. I’ve actually heard that we ended up making a fairer legal system than what England has, because we wanted to follow the example set by the United States and be a little bit cooler than England, you know, or a little bit “freer”, as they say.
But there’s nothing you can do about it. Like until you actually set a precedent by taking these people to court, take representatives from a bank to court, take a journalist from mainstream media, editors, whatever. Until you sue these people, you put in the time and effort necessary to do that, then they’re just going to keep doing it. I mean, why wouldn’t they?
They’re in a position where they can literally just delete the people they don’t like and get away with it! If you were a communist, and you were in a position of power, I’ll probably do the same thing! And so you’re gonna understand it from their perspective. These are tyrants! Their whole philosophy of life, and the propaganda program that they’re are disseminating, propagating, to people is all lies! So when someone is challenging them, they need to shut that person up. Because when your programs based on lies, you can’t reason with people, you can’t have logical discussions, you have to just scream at them! And if they don’t shut up you have to shut them up! You have to fine them, you have to censor them! It’s the only way that you can protect your regime.
No White Guilt: Well, if I could jump in, really quickly, before Patrick gets onto that mute button, as I know he’s gotten a hair trigger and the ability to get there.
But no, this is something I just quickly have a question for you Blair about the, any trends you may have seen in the censorship, the censorial activity that you have undergone. And so just kind of to prep you, get you thinking about that, while I make the point here that. It doesn’t, this is something we’ve talked about before ladies and gentlemen, it comes down to anti-Whiteism informing decisions that are being made when it comes to laws, policies, rules, etc.
So Blair, what Blair’s pointing out here is that there are not laws in place to enable these people to do these things. Anti-Whiteism is informing their ideas to either apply laws, or not apply laws. And he’s talking about getting a barrister, or lawyer, whatever it’s called in Australia, to go to court to sue these people, or to try to bring them up on some sort of charges. To appeal to the local law enforcement.
Again you’re going to see situations here where the anti-Whiteism is going to be applied to the rules, laws, policies, etc. That’s why in the United States, for example, we lose all the time! It doesn’t matter how right we are by the letter of the law, we end up losing! So it’s the reason why in the United States, why they will dilate the law, and we see elsewhere we saw on the UK, of course, many times this past year, dilate the law to punish those who are heretics to anti-Whiteism.
And at the same time they will shrink the law, they will absolutely desiccate and erase the law, policies, rules, whatever it might be in order to allow those who are anti-White to give them carte blanche to do whatever they want in the world!
This is also something else, by the way, just as a parallel thought. That it speaks to the danger of libertarian ideology. That governments are not the main source of oppression for White people today, it’s private industry that is the main source for oppression of White people today.
So this libertarian lust for an idealization of all things private property, etc., is something that if it were instantiated, if government were somehow eradicated, we would end up with a similar scenario! Perhaps get there even faster, and that is to White erasure! Because you would have these private entities that would be pursuing these anti-White objectives, as we see on places like Facebook. Look at all of these places that Blair has been censored from again, and again, and again! Look at me. Blair’s taking a little bit of a different track than I have, where I have said:
“Everywhere the anti-White censor me, I’ll get on to more platforms!”
I’ve kept that promise. I’ve gotten back on to many of these platforms. I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve been censored off of PayPal as a consequence. But these are not government entities! In fact, it’s a government entity that allows Jared Taylor to have his conferences down in Tennessee. [25:00] So private entities, such as hotels and the like, have been undermining us for two decades!
So what I want to ask here of Blair, I’ve actually got quite a few questions for you brother, and what you’ve had to deal with. I’ll ask two of them right now to you, because they kind of go together.
One, is this. What kind of, have you noticed any trends when it comes to censoring you?
Have you noticed that you get on a platform and you’d have to do very little on the platform and then you’re censored, or do you have to begin to engage others and then they find and identify you, or is it a number of pictures, or videos, or something like that that they finally find and then censor you?
When you are on a payment processor, do you have to begin taking in donations before you’re censored?
Is it a certain amount of days, or certain certain number of donations?
And along with that if you could answer this question. How do you — and this is something that we pride ourselves on here with Mark and Patrick and all the work that we do in service of White wellbeing, is that we always have a robust response a healthy response when they censor us, it doesn’t get us down. So how do you, how does it land on you emotionally, when they censor you?
You obviously seem to be more emboldened even though they censor again, and again css so if you could talk to that, because a lot of folks out there listening right now live and who will be listening soon are going to be looking at Blair, and they’re gonna be saying:
“How does this land on Blair? How should it land on me if I’m censored? How should I feel about our people being censored?”
So both of those questions please, sir.
Blair: First of all, it really depends I think on the staff member in question on Facebook who happens upon me at the time. It really the censorship really depends on the whim of whoever it is that’s reviewing any report, whatever staff member is reviewing the report. Facebook staff I think.
Because sometimes I’m banned straight away before I even post anything.
Like really within an hour of making a new account. And then other times I can survive for three months and get another ten, or twenty thousand followers, and then they’ll find some obscure reason to ban me. I’ve never been banned for a good reason, I don’t think. I’ve never I think being deliberately over the top, or two antagonistic, or engaged in arguing with someone where I’ve vilified them. I just don’t do that as a general rule.
I think it’s a bit of a distraction from the purpose for using the platform in the first place.
And how does it affect me emotionally?
It doesn’t really. Like I was never, I think I was compelled to get involved in politics obviously, because I love my country and my heritage, but it’s also for psychological reasons.
Since I was young I’ve always been a bit of a troublemaker, you know! When I see “Authority”, or someone purporting to be in a position of authority over me, my immediate responses always:
“Oh! You’re in charge of me are you? Well show me why!”
So I’m a bit, someone who rocks the boat just instinctively.
And so that in conjunction with what I saw happening to my country was the main motivating factor for me.
Emotionally? I can’t answer that, because I don’t really, I don’t feel that I have been emotionally affected.
If anything, I was relieved! I never wanted to be a leader of some movement. It just happened! Then everyone was looking to me suddenly, because I was the only one the delivering any sort of effective message to people at the time. And I fell into this position in the same way.
I felt a little bit like Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games, I was just a reluctant leader for a while. And when I was censored it was almost a bit of a relief for me! I was like:
“Well, I don’t have to do that anymore! That’s actually pretty cool.”
But then you feel obliged, because so many people are counting on you, so many people believed in you, and you inspired and woke a lot of people up. That’s what I did through my political activity.
And so I’ve felt called back into it again to participate again. And I believe that I’ll be building something pretty big at the start of next year, now that I’m free of court, and all the legal charges.
I’m basically free to dedicate my time so it’s of rebuilding the movement that I created three years ago.
Patrick: Well, I’ll jump in for a second. First of all, you know, it was interesting you said that Facebook says that they removed your account, because of community standards. And “community standards”! I guess we’re so used to hearing that, but it’s actually very Orwellian! Because they’re not community standards!
I’m sure that the community that you live in, that your values are, you know, your traditional values. So what really do they mean by community standards? And indeed, what do they mean by community? I mean, Jason knows that in America you’ve got a black community, and you’ve got a Hispanic community, and an Asian community.
But I don’t think I’ve ever heard anybody talk about a White community? We’re not allowed to have community. So community doesn’t mean what it used to mean. It just means a basically a group of non-Whites.
And I’m, yeah, I’m not trying to be incendiary about this, it’s just that’s what it means. Now I was in Australia, I’ve been there a couple of times, and I was there a few years ago. I remember walking around Sydney, Brisbane, and it’s like:
“Daddy! Where are the White people?”
They really weren’t! They weren’t! You know, you could walk around in big areas and you wouldn’t see very many White people. There’s a lot of Asians in some places, you go.A lot of Muslims.
And I went to Alice Springs. Alice Springs, I was going into one of the big stores there, where people shop, a supermarket, and there were security guards. And the security guards, or from South Sudan! Are they doing the jobs that Australians aren’t capable of doing? You know, why do there have to be a bunch of South Sudanese in Alice Springs working as security guards!
So it’s just all very bizarre! And somehow “community standards” prevent you from questioning it? It’s just all so bizarre.
And, you know, of course, also Jason brought up the issue of, well, are we being censored by the government, or being censored by business? And, you know, at some point like we know in the old fashioned Soviet style systems you had government controlled business. In our system maybe you have business controlled government. Instead of a government-run media maybe you’ve got a media run government, to an extent. You have an establishment and the establishment is rooted in both business and in the private sector. And sometimes it’s hard to see where one begins and one ends. They’re certainly both hostile to us.
We’ve got in the United States, you’ve got this ongoing coup d’etat.
So anyway, I guess to use this opportunity for a question.
My question is, in Australia really to what extent have people drunk the kool-aid?
To what extent are your views really shared by many people even if they’re afraid to say it out loud?
What do you think? To what extent are your views more mainstream than one would think?
Blair: Well, first of all I wouldn’t flatter the Marxists of the United States with the term “coup d’etat”. I wouldn’t describe what they’re doing as a coup d’etat.
From this White warfare, it gives the opportunity to people who are afraid of fighting, to use any and other means other than fighting, to worm their way into positions of authority. As a result in authority you end up with nothing but cowards and liars.
Also “community standards”, well what our community standards? Well if you’re a White person, you’re basically, your existence goes against multicultural community standards. And this is something a lot of people don’t understand about Australia. And I think a lot of Australians don’t understand it about their own country, too.
“Multiculturalism” and the slogan “diversity is our greatest strength”, these aren’t just slogans, they are the law!
Since 1994 in Australia, through the “Racial and Religious Tolerance Act” multiculturalism, Australia being a multicultural and diverse society, has been in legislation, that’s been enacted since then. And specifically in that legislation it states that the purpose of the legislation is not so much “legal” but “social” and for “educational” purposes. And it goes on to give examples and steps of how, what sort of steps need to be taken in order to further educate the community in the direction of multiculturalism and diversity.
So the purpose of this law, since the beginning, since it was passed, and I don’t know whether the Parliamentarians who passed this law were on the payroll of some (((hidden hands))), or some special interest group, or whether they just pretended that it was a nice thing. They took it at face value and said:
“Oh yeah, this sounds nice! Let’s pass it!”
But the examples about how this law is to be enacted, is through education.
And what is education? It’s not just school.
I mean, television programs, even radio shows, are form of adult education. They’re a form of education that takes place on a daily basis. Propagation system for the average person.
But, yet the average person in Australia does not like multiculturalism! The average White working-class Australian. They’re actually sick of hearing the word! Which is why the word “multiculturalism” is not used anymore.
Now we hear “diversity”. And for a while we were hearing “refugees”. That was the big thing, “refugees welcome”. But that only lasted a few years, because mostly thanks to social media and Facebook, there was a extreme backlash from the working Australian public about the refugee policies that were basically being forced onto the country by political bureaucrats and members of the media class.
So now it’s all about “diversity”.
Actually, it’s not really about anything anymore. They don’t really talk about multiculturalism, or the mass migration system anymore. Now if anyone who is talking about it basically gets censored, or fired from their position from mainstream media. It’s a non-issue now! It’s treated like it’s a non-issue! Although Australia, in terms of infrastructure and space, is literally a bursting point as a result of mass immigration.
But the point is that in Australia multiculturalism is not just the political slogan, it’s the law! And it has been since 1944 . Think of it as a “speed limit”, right. I’ve said this once before. You can drive down a street, it might be 60 km/h speed limit. You can disagree with it all you want. You could say:
“I don’t agree with this speed.”
But if you don’t do it, you’re breaking the laws.
So if you don’t, if you take steps to prevent multiculturalism from happening in some way, even by speech, you could essentially be breaking the law in Australia. And that’s the situation that Australian workers are currently in. And most of you don’t even know it.
So, as I said before, all of the censorship against me and people like me in my country, it might, I didn’t say that it wasn’t legal, I said might not necessarily be legal. But based on the Racial and Religious Tolerance Act, which legislates multiculturalism into the law, it may technically be illegal to publicly criticize it! Because that may, that may, in the minds of everyday people, be discouraging them from believing in the beautiful, noble society of diverse equality!
But as I said, the average Australian person is against these policies.
They don’t like it! They see the transformation taking place in Australia and they are against it! Average working people on job sites, every day are talking about it. They recognize it as a destructive thing! They don’t necessarily see it as a deliberate destructive effort.
Many people believe that it is just a “mistake” on the part of the government. That they mistakenly took on this multicultural policy, because they thought it was going to be a really beautiful experiment, and it’s just gone horribly wrong! You know, so it’s just a mistake.
The possibility that it’s being done to their country deliberately, for a destructive purpose, is often a little bit too much for regular people. They get a little bit afraid. They refuse to believe that they’re being lied to on that scale.
But the point is, most Australian people, most working Australian people don’t like it! They don’t like it! They don’t like the political class! They don’t like the media class! And they will voice quite often their disgust in members of government and media elites, on job sites. [Blair works as a carpenter].
Mark Collett: Well, there’s something I really want to ask you. And it was something that Patrick said that sort of triggered me in wanting to ask this question. Patrick said that when he went to Australia he saw a huge number of non-Whites.
And I know that White people are indigenous to Australia, but White people did make Australia what it is today. Australia wouldn’t be the First World country it is, without European settlers.
Now, it’s a really interesting thing, because when Patrick said that, many people in the UK would be really puzzled by this, because here in the UK there’s this sort of conservative mantra that Australia has the best immigration system in the whole world! And we keep hearing from like the Daily Mail and the Conservative Party here in the UK:
“Oh, we don’t need limits on immigration, we’re gonna have an Australian style points based system! Where every immigrant is vetted! And every immigrant is a apportion these points. I need so many points to go in.”
But from what Patrick’s saying, it doesn’t sound like the points-based system is actually doing anything for Australians. In fact, it sounds as if Australians are facing exactly the same problems of replacement and displacement as Europeans are here in Europe, and in North America.
Can you comment about on this?
As I said, because lots of our viewers will have heard this from the Conservative Party. It’s actually an election pledge at the moment. Boris Johnson, who’s the leader of the Conservative Party, that he’s gonna bring in, he’s finally gonna sort out the immigration problem with an Australian points-based system! Is that simply just more hot air and rubbish? [40:53]
Blair: First of all there wouldn’t be Australia as a nation, or a nation state, without European colonials. Before the arrival of the first British fleet, Australia was known by sailors as “Terra Nullius” which I think means “unknown southern land” in Latin, [land without an owner] or “Terra Nullius Australia”, or something like that.
But that’s why I find it amusing that true indigenous people to Australia, the aboriginals consider themselves the “first Australians”. Mostly, because they hadn’t actually named the country that they lives on. They’d only named things on it. They hadn’t mapped it. What they didn’t even have any understanding of where they lived as being an island.
But the second part of your question, I’m sorry was what? It’s early in the morning.
Mark Collett: Yes, I’m sorry, for people who don’t appreciate this but Blair have to get up at 5:30 a.m. To come on, so it is very early for him.
I was saying that in the UK the Australian points based immigration system is kind of like trumpeted as the greatest immigration system the world’s ever known! And currently Boris Johnson’s going around telling everyone that:
“Anyone who’s got concerns over immigration, we don’t even need limits on immigration, because once we have this Australian points-based system, everything is going to be sorted!”
But obviously from what Patrick’s saying, you’re facing exactly the same problems as we are. And I just want somebody from Australia to explain, to sort of our wider audience, how the points-based system is just as rubbish as sort of every other system.
Blair: The points-based system for who doesn’t know, in Australia is a system through which any new arrival into the country earns a certain point of status, and must remain above a certain point threshold. I think it’s 65, or 70, in order to legally stay in Australia.
The way you earn points as a newly arrived immigrant is through maintaining a job, paying your tax, obeying the law, etc.
However what a lot of people don’t realize is the point system is only put in place for “legal skilled immigrants”. It’s not put in place for refugees, or people that come into the country claiming to be seeking refuge from some poverty, or war-stricken circumstance. Whether, or not it’s true is another thing.
Australia takes something of a strong stand point on immigration. When newly arrived immigrants who can’t prove who they are, can’t prove their work history, try to come into Australia, they’re sent off-shore to a detention centre. This is something that the “noble humanitarian” leftists are always disgusted by in Australia. They want to do everything they can to get these unknown people into the country as fast as possible! Because that basically proves what “nice” people they are, at least to one another.
But I can’t comment too much more on the point system. I only know that it’s only truly enforced, probably on Europeans, and maybe Indian immigrants, as well. There are a lot of Indian immigrants coming into Australia, because there’s so much new development.
There’s tens of thousands, I would say even hundreds of thousands of cheap new homes being built inland, in former swampland in Australia. So close to each other, they’re virtually touching. And you have to ask yourself if Australian birth rates are so low, why would developers be buying up all this land and building hundreds of thousands of new homes?
Who’s going to buy those new homes? Australians aren’t having children. The answer is simple! Moderately wealthy immigrants are encouraged, through various ambassadors that work for the developers, to come into the country and buy these homes. Get in and invest, and basically it’s like little Indian inland, from where I live.
And in various areas like that where all the new developments are taking place, it’s just a huge — for lack of a better term — clusterfuck of Indians and Pakistanis, mostly!
I’d say the Africans, they fall into a different category. Most of the South Sudanese immigrants are here on refugee status, or they are the children of immigrants that came here on refugee status. [45:23]
Mark Collett: Does Jason, or Patrick have any follow-up questions this? Jason you are unmuted
No White Guilt: I am unmuted, usually I’m unmuted, just in case, just in case! But yeah, I definitely do.
The immigration issue. We were talking a moment ago, I could tie it back to the conversation, or the topic that we were saying a moment ago. Which is this, the White people you said, our people in Australia, of course, the only real Australians are White people, because you have to have the biosphere to create Australia inside of you to be able to have an Australia, or sustain an Australia. So the real Australians there, the White people in Australia.
You were talking about how they think it’s some sort of accident that things are getting worse. So you have these border crossers coming in, doctors, lawyers, judges, and they are engineers, [being sarcastic] coming into Australia. And clearly neighborhoods are going to be changing.
Now one of the things that we think is very important is not just the fact when the neighborhood becomes more criminal, but also when the non-White peoples attain what we refer to as “numerical courage” and they begin projecting their biosphere, their different “world view”, their different likes and dislikes, norms, onto their environments around them, which makes it an environment very different from the environment that you all create and are used to seeing.
So am I right in hearing that many, or most, or a good percentage of Australians are of the perception that multiracialism is damaging the country, is damaging what they hold dear?
And yet you’re saying here — and this is the, I think important point for all of us to think about — is that they’re still projecting who and what they are onto those who are making this happen. And that’s why they think it’s an accident, because they themselves would never change an area for an entire people, would never change an entire country for an entire people.
And if this is the case, then if the perception is that multiracialism is that is the human soil, the human capital there of our people, is it becoming increasingly rich, increasingly ripe, for messages like you have to bring to them, about our well-being, visa vie, multiracialism and bringing in hordes and hordes of doctors, lawyers, judges, and astronauts? [47:43]
Blair: Yeah. Like I said, for regular people, the possibility that there is actually an ethnic genocide campaign taking place in their country, and they are scheduled for extermination and replacement by a cheaper, easier to lie to, easier to manage, workforce of smaller capacity for thought, it’s just too much for them! They can’t process that possibility! Instead, they prefer to repeat the slogan that “multiculturalism has failed”. But I always say to them:
“It hasn’t failed! It’s doing exactly what it was supposed to do! I mean, what do you think it was supposed to do? You think all of these big, rich, corporate bureaucrats, and politicians, and mass media moguls, truly wanted to create a multicultural society of harmony? Like do you think that’s what these rich, and powerful, people had in mind when they legislated that policy in your country? Of course, not! You are scheduled for replacement! Ethnic replacement!
Why? Because you demand too much freedom, too many rights, you think too much.
Just look at examples of communism all around the world, in Eastern Europe and Russia. Whatever communism is imposed by White people, they don’t tolerate it. They eventually rise up against it and it collapses within one, or two generations.
The only people who seem to tolerate the Asians, like the Chinese can put up with it. And, you know, obviously India tolerated a tyrannical rule for a long time without doing anything about it.
And so, what a perfect system for a small network of corporate tyrants, or Marxists, we won’t call these people — we know who they are — to have! To have only two classes, themselves and then a mass mongrel, mixed, class of people too stupid, and too divided, to ever form any sort of resistance against them.”
And that’s what multiculturalism was about from the start! It wasn’t about “harmony” and “equality”! These are feel-good slogans! There’s a saying a Shakespearean saying:
“Oh what a good exterior deception has!”
Something like that.
It’s like that a beautiful apple that seems in great condition, it can still be rotten in the core.
And this is what they’ve done. They’ve created this never-ending repetitive network of slogans about how “humane” and how “good-natured”, how “good” their intent is. But really from the beginning, their intent has been power! Power, control, through genocide! It’s really that simple. And anybody who thinks that’s not possible, hasn’t been paying attention. And doesn’t understand history.
Like I said, for average minded people, it’s not really possible to process deceptions of that magnitude! Because regular people don’t lie like that. Regular people tell lies such as:
“Hey boss, I’m sick! I can’t come to work today.”
They tell small lies. They don’t plan the genocide of a whole people, because they want a more manageable workforce! That’s not an average person’s lie!
And so average people find it hard to process that’s happening. They find it hard to believe that that many people could be in on it. And that it’s been going on for that long. But the problem is, it is happening. That many people are in on it, consciously, or unconsciously. They’re being paid good money to be in on it. And it’s been happening to you for quite some time.
Patrick: Okay. So there’s a couple issues I want to address.
One is, you know, the issue of White people in Australia, and we had, if you turn the clock back a few centuries, there were some parts of the globe that had hunter-gatherers. Had Stone Age hunter gatherer societies, whatever, cultures. The only place where you still have, where one has been preserved, there’s a little island in the Andaman Sea and they’re left more, or less, unmolested. Nowhere else. Nowhere else. And it doesn’t matter, all the these Stone Age hunter gatherers societies were overrun, but typically by whoever was closest.
The pygmies and the Bushmen were overrun by bantus, by Africans, you know, black Africans. So it’s happened everywhere.
And the idea that the great continent of Australia would remain the domain of hunter-gatherers, there was no way that was going to happen!
And now it so happened that rather than being nearby Southeast Asians, or Chinese, who sooner, or later would have would have stumbled across Australia. Would have happened sooner, or later.
The Europeans, the British, got their first, Captain Cook. And they set up a society there. If they hadn’t done that in the late 1700s, probably by the early 1800s Chinese, or maybe Vietnamese, would have come across it. Probably the Chinese, because they were out in the Indian Ocean.
And if you look at the fate of minorities in China, Tibetans, or Wihgers, or Mongolians, or Manchurians, they’ve been completely overwhelmed demographically. And I’m not trying to whip up anti-Chinese sentiment, or anything, but the fact of the matter is they were completely overwhelmed. And we’re not talking about hunter-gatherer societies here, we’re talking about literate societies. And yet they were overwhelmed, completely marginalized.
And it’s not as if Europeans have always been benevolent rulers who took over Australia, at the end of the day, made much more provisions for a continuation of an Aboriginal race and an Aboriginal society then any other group would have, than the Chinese, or Indians, or Southeast Asians would have.
So I don’t think there’s any cause for guilt about a White country being set up in Australia.
And the Aborigines, I don’t mean to demean them in any way. And when I was in Dreamworld on the Gold Coast, near Brisbane, a few years back, I met, had a very nice conversation with an Aboriginal gentleman there who was who was sweeping the grounds with a broom. But he was also a musician. And he was somebody had travelled around.
And so it’s not to be demeaning, but the idea that you can expect the same from Aborigines as you could from, you know, either White people, or Asian people or, you know, other groups. You can’t expect them to live the same way. You can’t expect them to sit in a classroom for eight hours at a time and study and get degrees, because the genes that make that tolerable we’re not, were of absolutely no benefit to them prior to their contact with Europeans. And so they just don’t have that capacity. [55:26]
Blair: You can’t encourage qualities to the surface of people which were never given them in the first place. And that’s the point you’re making there.
Patrick: Yeah, and I’m not trying to be demeaning! I’m sure there’s a lot of things that they can do.
I mean, I know in I went outside Alice Springs, I can’t remember the place I went to, and some of the things that the men would do, they might track feral horses. And they might track the feral horses for a few days and get one, and be able to sell it. And a lot, I don’t know how many people could do that. But it’s a skill that’s actually not particularly valuable in a modern society, but, you know, it’s the type of thing that would have been valuable to them, at the time.
So, it’s not to be demeaning, but it’s just that they’re their differences. And, you know, at least the British who set up the modern Australian state in, at the end of the day, tried to make a lot of provisions for these people. And I doubt the Chinese would have done the same. And I’m not trying to be mean to the Chinese, either, but I doubt they would have done the same.
And I think Blair makes a really good point about communism. The American political scientist who was very influential in the mid 20th century after the World War Two. George Kennan is the father of the policy of “containment”.
A lot of people think of “containment” is, oh you don’t let the Soviet Union expand it’s influence so that ultimately we can defeat them! The whole idea, George Kennan’s concept of containment, was sooner, or later, the Russian people are too Russian to stay communist! The Russian people aren’t going to accept that system forever. And so let’s just wait it out. The Russian people will sort it out on their own. That was actually his concept.
And Blair seems to have, you know, the same understanding that that the European people, that type of system — which was very foreign — it wasn’t, you know, it’s a kind of a tribal ideology, and we know which tribe. It was imposed on them.
And the last thing I want to say, you know, we often talk about a more manageable work force, but really, at the end of the day, I think the replacement, the ethnic replacement, dispossession and replacement, it’s easier to talk about, you know, in business terms, they want a more manageable workforce. It’s a little bit more than just the workforce.
They want a more manageable population, a controllable population. And clearly a population where you have a potential of ethnic based nationalism that would have the strength to overthrow this small tribal elite that dominates our societies, that’s really what they want to prevent.
So not just manageable workforce, management population. So that’s not really a question, but it, you know, ….
Mark Collett: That’s definitely not a question!
But I have a question! I have a question!
I can follow that with a quick question, before we move on to the viewer questions, for the panel and for Blair.
Having you on, it’s been really great tonight. And we’ve talked about a range of different things. But when I first saw you when you first appeared on social networks, and I saw you on Facebook, when you were on Facebook. You sort of got involved through the sort of anti-Islam movement and that’s what you were known for.
But you’ve really gone on this incredible political journey! And now you’ve, you know, seen the bigger picture, you’re talking about the same issues as us. You’re talking about issues of White genocide, of people being bred out in the countries of their forefathers, or the countries their forefathers created.
And how has that affected you going on that political journey?
And have you found it’s made you more friends, or have you found that some people have dumped you, and now won’t work with you, because you now see and talk about the bigger picture?
Blair: It would be a mistake to think that I’ve developed this much more intricate, or a much deeper understanding as I progressed through politics. I knew everything I know five years ago.
I just was pragmatic about my political approach, even expedient you might say, you know, in choosing to alert the population about one small aspects of a greater problem in order to get their attention, so I could educate them more on the subject. The one small aspect that I chose to focus on in the beginning was Islamic immigration, because that’s what was getting people’s hearts beating.
But then I went on to explain a psychological warfare and the subversion that I saw was one of the root causes behind the threat to Australia and all West in the world, faces right now.
But really what I think is important to discuss is not so much the distant past, but the immediate past. And how this has happened to our countries. We understand how we’ve arrived, at this point, then we can understand what we have to do to get out of this situation. And also to prevent it from happening in the first place.
And I wanted to do a demonstration on that when I get back onto either Telegram or BitChute. And basically it’s the result of weakness in State security. Our own State security agencies that we set up in the beginning. And the inability to understand deceptive and manipulation. Deception and manipulation of words and terms. The concept of “freedom and democracy” basically made our Security, Intelligence organizations believe that people coming into this country with destructive and foreign concepts, ideologies, was also part of freedom.
Like I want to refer to Yuri Bezmenov and his demonstration — the former KGB agent for the Soviet Union — when he says that:
“In order for a country to be targeted by psychological warfare and subversion it needs to be receptive. And the most receptive countries in the world to psych-warfare are democracies, because they’re obsessed with freedom.”
And so when you have this idea of “total freedom” all the time, then your enemy sees an opportunity there to come into your country, fund whoever they want, buy whoever they want, and to start a slow process of transformation in your country for their own gains.
But yeah, it’s been good coming on. So I’m not sure what we go on so now. What the next part of the show is.
Mark Collett: It’s questions for you from the audience. We have Entropy, which is the free speech alternative to Super Chats. And that allows people to send us donations. It also allows people to ask questions. And the best questions are voted up. So we now have an hour of questions and answers from the audience. And I’ll start with the super chats. Gordon Miller gave us ten US dollars and said:
“Great job lads!”
Thank you very much. F22 Daniel gave three US dollars and said:
“Blair how is the African youth crime in Melbourne? Getting better, or worse? And also what was the follow-up after the gay marriage referendum? And is the black population in Footscray increasing, or not?”
So those three questions. Black youth crime in Melbourne. What was the follow-up after the gay marriage referendum. And what is the black population in Footscray like? [63:29]
Blair: The African youth crime crisis in Melbourne was something that was reported on sometimes, about a year ago, or just before a year ago, a year a half ago, because it was so rampant it was impossible for mainstream media journalists to ignore it. Especially after a man in the northern suburbs was murdered. A White Australian man was murdered by Africans wielding machetes on the street. Carjackings, jewelry store robberies, even MacDonald restaurants being exploited. It was so rampant that it was reported on.
For the last 12 months ever since I hosted a rally in San Kilda, that was very successful despite enormous censorship efforts on the part of Facebook, and the state government. And mainstream media journalists saying that I was essentially a domestic “terrorist” right before the rally, to try to discourage people to go. It was still very successful.
And the one of the main motivators, one of the main reasons I hosted that rally was to address the root cause of this crime crisis, which was our immigration policy, which was ultimately led back into government bureaucracy and media corruption.
But since that rally I haven’t heard a single report about the crime crisis! I haven’t seen anything in the media about any more carjackings, or robberies, or murders. There’s been out one thing I think in St. Kilda [a Mekbourne suburb]. But they don’t talk about the ethnicity of offenders anymore, and they don’t release photos or video footage, and say “If you’ve seen these people contact police” as if you can tell them anyway.
But so I think it’s interesting that there’s been a blanket ban on reporting on that crime crisis in Australia now. So even though you don’t hear about it anymore, it’s probably still getting progressively worse. I actually heard in some of the more wealthy suburbs, the young Africans are targetting people there, because they all have nicer cars and a lot of them just generally offer up a lot less resistance.
What was the second question?
Mark Collett: What was the follow-up from people after the gay marriage referendum?
Blair: Oh yeah. Well the gay marriage referendum in Australia, it was almost an enormous and very rushed brainwashing process by the government and media class.
Some Labour Party bureaucrat had a connection with Telstra, of some sort. And he used that connection to have Telstra send out texts that everybody telling them to vote YES on gay marriage. I myself got a text.
Every government office that you can see in any town, city, suburb, was covered in rainbow stickers telling people to vote YES! Radio programs were telling people to vote YES! The receipts, your docket, from the local supermarkets told you at the bottom to vote YES. It was everywhere! It was an enormous effort in terms of propaganda!
And what’s been the result? As far as I’m aware, nothing! It was not actually a referendum it was a “postal vote” and so it holds no legal power. It can be used in the courts as an argument for why it should be legalized. But, because it was not a compulsory vote, it doesn’t hold any actual power in Australia. It’s only it’s only an example, or an exemplary case.
As far as I’m aware nothing has happened. I could imagine that these government bureaucrats are drawing up some sort of legislation that they’re trying to get passed in the courts, but that’s that always takes some time.
I know that they’re being opposed by various Christian lobby groups, especially, because they’re trying to tell priests and pastors, Christian pastors, that they must marry gay people! And that if they refuse they can go to jail. And that’s really stirring the Christians up, as you can imagine. And the last question.
Mark Collett: That was about the black population in Footscray. Is it increasing, or not?
Blair: I don’t know about Footscray. I’m in the south eastern suburbs [of Melbourne] and I don’t go there very much, so I couldn’t comment on that. Couldn’t imagine it getting any smaller.
Mark Collett: No. Well thank you for answering that. The next question is from Serena JB. She sent five US dollars. Thank you very much. And she asked:
“Is Australia suffering from the same group of (((people))) we dare not name, as we are suffering in the rest of the West.”
Blair: Yes! And Julia Gillard, before failing to even finish her term as a prime minister, signed the global anti-semitism declaration, which pretty much makes it illegal to talk about that! So there’s your answer.
Mark Collett: Well thank you for that.
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