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Monday, November 28, 2005


The fascist Jay White, obnoxious know-all yet know-nothing frothing-at-the mouth lying ranter at Margo Kingston’s Webdiary, has followed in his hero’s footsteps and come up with what he refers to as the ‘final solution’ to the drug problem. His ‘solution’ doesn’t seem to be a great deal different from the Wannsee convention’s ‘final solution to the Jewish problem’! I wonder how many drug addicts there are in the world. He wants to put them altogether in a huge camp and give them as much drugs as they all want. This, he says will allow “…our weakest members of society to just waste away out of sight and out of mind.”

This is the sort of sick human that Australia has in their midst that supports the likes of Howard. Little wonder the rest of the world are beginning to hate us. I wonder if even his fellow foul-mouthed sick fascists at Harry Heidelberg’s blog will go so far as to tolerate this outrage!

Wednesday, November 23, 2005


Some of the fascists that like to gather over at Harry Heidelberg’s site have been having mixed feelings over the death sentence that looks likely to be carried out in Singapore on 2 December. Heidelberg came out against the death sentence being carried out in this case. As a result his hangers-on, including, surprisingly, arch fascist, historical denialist and all-round ignoramus, Jay White, has also come out against the death sentence in this case.

Others, however, have been less reluctant to tow Heidelberg’s line. Dylan Kissane, for example, a fascist cast in a much stauncher mould of discompassion and blind ignorance, is keen to see the man hang justifying his stance on the ridiculous notion that the recipients of what would have been van Nugyen’s import are simply innocent Aussie junkies.

Some, like the pedantic lunatic quasi-fascist Greg Hynes, goes along with his master Heidelberg as far as this is concerned but says, “…as others have said death penalty is appropriate for the worst criminals like the murderers and the terrorists but it is very harsh for this man.” Confusing, but conforming to his master’s voice.

One has to wonder to what extent that Heidelberg is taking a leaf out of his hero, Howard’s, book and simply bowing to public opinion.

Friday, November 18, 2005


It seems I’ve ruffled a few feathers over at the fascist chook house at Harry Heidelberg’s blog where some of the fascists that use Margo Kingston’s Webdiary to peddle their racist warmongering Howard supporting garbage go to roost when they can’t get published on Webdiary. Well, I suppose they need somewhere to roost to vent their collective spleens and reassure each other that they are, indeed, fascists despite their denials; somewhere where they can slap each other on the back every time they think they’ve scored a point at Webdiary. They like to think they have safety in their numbers there where they can hide behind what they delusionally like to think are ‘mainstream Australia’ views and let off a bit of steam about those of us on the left who are getting under their skin (why else would they devote so much time and energy in insulting me).

All they end up doing by posting there is identify themselves for what they are – right-wing, bigoted, racist, warmongering, Islamaphobic fascists. These are the world’s real enemies.

Tuesday, November 15, 2005


In the ongoing ‘war against terrorism’ the West frequently invokes the ‘evil masters’ of terrorism, Osama bin Laden and Abu Musab al-Zarqawi as being the continual cause of Islamic extremism and violence. To do so fulfils two functions; first, the myth of their existence is perpetuated and, secondly, in perpetuating the myth to the point where western mainstream society continues to accept the existence of these two figures of Western hatred allows the West to then apportion blame to them for the continued and seemingly on-going violence.

At the same time it also allows Western governments to attribute events of ‘suicide bombings’ to an organised structure perceived as ‘international terrorism’. Western governments frequently use the phrase ‘al Qaeda cell’ when discussing a bombing event or series of bombing events. The illusion being sought is one of a chain of command whereby an ‘event’, despite having been carried out locally by local people, would be seen as part of some grander plot organised by an ‘evil mastermind’ whereas in reality it was simply an isolated incident or set of incidents carried out by people who are highly unlikely to have any connections whatsoever to al Qaeda, Osama bin Laden or Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. In all likelihood the event would far more likely be a simple ‘copycat’ bombing supposedly carried out by young men eager to ‘join some greater cause’ but to do so independently of any organisation.

The Western powers involved in the ‘war against terrorism’ have for some time seen the merits of maintaining and perpetuating the illusion of their existence but there was a time when the Western powers were inclined to write off bin Laden as being either dead or at least in such poor health that he would not be able to survive very much longer after the first reports of his ill health emerged in late January 2002. One of the first to announce his belief that bin Laden’s had died was Pakistan President General Pervez Musharraf.[1] By October 2002 the then newly installed President of Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai, also conceded that bin Laden was probably dead.[2]

One of the reasons that these leaders believed bin Laden was indeed dead was the fact that bin Laden was in need of constant attention to attend to his advanced kidney failure. Such attention included the use of a kidney dialysis machine; a cumbersome piece of apparatus that requires technicians to look after it. Bin Laden would also need the constant attention of a kidney specialist to monitor his condition.[3] Since it would be impossible to provide such services in the Tora Bora Mountains of Afghanistan, bin Laden would have had no alternative but to either find a hospital that would facilitate his requirements, a very unlikely possibility, or to surrender himself to the West who would have provided him with treatment pending his trial.

By December 2001 even the White House was happy to concede that Osama bin Laden was dead. Tony Harnden of the UK Telegraph newspaper wrote:

Osama bin Laden heaped praise on the ‘19 students who shook the American empire’ in the September 11 attacks in a chilling video shown in full last night by an Arab television station. The recording was dismissed by the Bush administration yesterday as sick propaganda possibly designed to mask the fact that the al-Qa’eda leader was already dead.[4]

By October 2002 even a will purported to have been signed by bin Laden and dated 14 December 2001 turned up.[5]

Meanwhile, in March of 2004 reports were coming in that Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the Jordanian extremist said to be heading up ‘al Qaeda in Iraq’ had also been killed. Apparently al-Zarqawi, because of his artificial leg, was unable to escape the American bombing of the Sulaimaniyah mountains in the north of Iraq.[6]

According to reports in Aljazeera, al Zarqawi has become ‘America’s new bogeyman’. “Al-Zarqawi has become the perfect bogeyman. He is a foreigner, so it is the perfect way for the Americans to discredit the resistance and say these attacks are not coming from the Iraqi people”, Abd al-Bari Atwan, an Arab affairs commentator, told Aljazeera.[7]

A ‘bogeyman’ al-Zarqawi indeed is. Besides the advantages to American propaganda about him being the source of foreign Jihadi violence in Iraq, he also serves the neoconservatives in the Bush administration’s assertion that there is a link between al Qaeda and Saddam Hussein[8], a point that the Coalition of the Willing was very happy to bring to the publics attention just weeks prior to the invasion of Iraq.

Al-Zarqawi’s artificial leg also seems to be no handicap to him when it comes to daring escapes. Jumping from moving vehicles while being chased seems to be no problem.[9] In some commentary I have referred to al-Zarqawi as the ‘Scarlet Pimpernel of Iraq’. He certainly seems to be as elusive.

Despite the US administrations insistence that these men are the root cause of all that is evil in the world today, the $25 million that each has on his head does not seem to have prompted any arrest. Perhaps the reason for that is that they simply do not exist accept in the imagination of the propagandists who believe that the perpetuation of the myth of their existence will allow them to continue perpetual war.

[1] “Pakistan's Musharraf: Bin Laden probably dead.” CNN World News, 18 January, 2002. Available online: Accessed 15 November 2005.

[2] “Karzai: bin Laden ‘probably’ dead.” CNN World News, 6 October, 2002. Available online: Accessed 15 November 2005.

[3] “Dr. Sanjay Gupta: Bin Laden would need help if on dialysis.” CNN World News, 21 January 2002. Available online: Accessed 15 November 2005.

[4] Toby Harnden, “US casts doubt on bin Laden’s latest message.” The Daily Telegraph, 28 December 2001. Available online: Accessed 15 November 2005.

[5] “Magazine runs what it calls bin Laden’s will.” CNN World News, 26 October 2002. Available online: Accessed 15 November 2005.

[6] “Iraq militants claim al-Zarqawi is dead. Al Qaida-linked extremist suspected of planning attacks.” Associated Press via, 4 March 2004. Available online: Accessed 15 November 2005.

[7] Roshan Muhammed Salih, “Al-Zarqawi: America's new bogeyman.” 1 July 2004. Available online: Accessed 15 November 2005.

[8] Ed Vulliamy, Martin Bright and Nick Pelham, “False trails that lead to the al-Qaeda ‘links’.” UK Guardian Newspaper, 2 February 2003.,6903,887439,00.html

[9] Michael Vincent, “Reports US forces came close to capturing Zarqawi”. ABC Australia, 26 April 2005. Available online: Accessed 15 November 2005.

Tuesday, November 08, 2005


The increasingly blatantly racist views of the fascist Jay White, a non-stop commentator using Margo Kingston’s Webdiary to peddle his brand of vile garbage, seems to have reached new depths of sick opinion. He thinks that “…France and the problems [it has] must be blamed on socialism”. What rubbish! Jay White’s blatant and transparent Franco-phobia has combined with his already well known Islamo-phobia to produce a totally unfounded piece of classic fascist nonsense.

The notion that socialism had anything to do with the kind of racism that is rife in France today is barely worth commenting on save to say that, rather, it is the extreme right-wing of France and their fear-mongering that has created the kind of strife we see there today – and it’s exactly the same kind of fear-mongering that Howard and his fascist supporters like Jay White are nurturing here in Australia.

Australians should be aware of these disgusting people. They are the real enemies of Australia.

Friday, November 04, 2005


Below is the original version of one of my post’s to Margo Kingston’s Webdiary. For some reason the editors at Webdiary have become frightened of using the word ‘Jewish’ and, where I have used the word ‘Jewish’, the editors have replaced that word with ‘Zionist’ which has the effect of diluting the context of the original post.

Will Howard says: “One more time: the Israelis were far more concerned about Iran. That's I-R-A-N, not I-R-A-Q.” The Israelis themselves were equally concerned with Iraq as well as Iran. The Israelis were having grave concerns with Iraq inasmuch that Hussein was actively supporting the Palestinian Intafada.

Furthermore, it was the Jewish-American hardcore of the American neoconservative movement, particularly those intellectual Jewish-American ideologues that formed the pro-Zionist Washington elitist groups within the Office of Special Plans (OSP) at the Pentagon and the White House Iraq Group (WHIG) predominately within the Office of the Vice-President that came from such right-wing pro-Zionist dominated right-wing think tank organisations as the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), the Project for the New American Century (PNAC), the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) etc., that had pushed for the war against Iraq and are now pushing for ‘regime change’ in Syria and Iran.

Far from being nonsense, Will Howard, it is fast becoming the truth that the American people and the rest of the world are finally waking up to.

Wednesday, November 02, 2005


I note that Howard’s favourite apologist, SS-Rantenfuehrer Janet Albrechtsen, is at it again over in her Oz column this morning. She seems to think that the more the left complain about some legislation Howard wants to shove through, the more likely it is to get through. This time she’s on about the new terror laws. Albrechtsen calls this the ‘Fairfax Index’ law. Rather than explain it, read the article to find out why.

Like most laws, there is always a reciprocal law. In this case it’s the ‘Albrechtsen’s-getting-worried-so-feels-the-need-to-denegrate-someone’ law. It works every time. Howard trots out something that is criticised by both sides and the criticism starts to get traction and, when it starts looking like gaining too much traction for the right-wing’s liking, Albrechtsen re-reacts with this sort of garbage. It’s quite predictable – just go back over her archived material and see for yourself.