It’s 2019 in Australia, and the Overton Window is lying scattered on the floor of the Australia parliament.
From the Australian:
A senior government frontbencher has accused failed independent candidate Oliver Yates and Greens-aligned lawyer Julian Burnside of being “pathetic extremists”, labelling the campaign against Josh Frydenberg’s eligibility to sit in parliament as anti-Semitic.
You find yourself running against a female politician in the current year, you’re gonna get accused of sexism. So it stands to reason..
Housing Minister Michael Sukkar also rounded on Kooyong resident and climate activist Michael Staindl who has mounted a High Court challenge to the Treasurer’s re-election on the claim that Mr Frydenberg was entitled to Hungarian citizenship through his mother, a Holocaust survivor.
Vlad the Impaler, meet Anne Frank.
Mr Staindl has revealed he is filing his challenge because Mr Frydenberg had “constantly betrayed him” on the issue of climate change.
The IT specialist and activist has a longstanding vendetta against the Treasurer and has been pictured in multiple social media posts protesting outside the Treasurer’s office in Kooyong.
In a 2018 letter, published in The Age, Mr Staindl wrote: “I have never felt so betrayed by a political representative as by Mr Frydenberg over the existential crisis in the Liberal Party. He would be well advised to pay close attention to the new eXtinction Rebellion (XR) movement and meme, as it may mean his own political extinction.”
This guy is bonkers.
In May of this year Mr Staindl also shared a Facebook memory in which his elderly mother was pictured dressed as a “climate change angel” outside Mr Frydenberg’s office.
Mr Staindl told The Australian to “f..k off’ when he was approached outside his Hawthorn home yesterday.
Batshit crazy. It is curious that the Oz editor chose this as the first chunk of information to feed to his readers. Moving on:
Trevor Poulton — a lawyer who has written a book called The Holocaust Denier — had previously told The Australian he was working with Mr Yates’s “Kooyong Independents Group” to test the Treasurer’s citizenship status.
In an extraordinary attack under parliamentary privilege, Mr Sukkar, the member for the Melbourne-based seat of Deakin said the campaign against Mr Frydenberg was driven by “a small number of disgruntled, debauched political activists”.
He described it as “so offensive, so disgusting and so abhorrent”.
“Staindl, and his fellow travellers like Yates, have stooped to the lowest of the low, trying to get Frydenberg thrown out of the parliament just weeks after the people of Kooyong emphatically endorsed him for a fourth time,” Mr Sukkar told parliament.
So you’re saying Mr Sukkar gave them oxygen?
“You see, Yates’s father, William Yates, who also served in this place, has been reported as calling ‘international Zionism’ a ‘terrorist military organisation’.
“People could legitimately ask, ‘Has the apple fallen far from the tree?’
Why would Sukkar even say this? Big tech is doing a fine job quarantining nationalist ideas on the internet, and Antifa has a licence to bash anybody who opposes globohomo in public. Just let the court case quietly run its course and nobody would even hear about it. Now everybody knows.
That’s the problem, isn’t it?
“True to form, the citizenship challenge has also been supported by the other failed candidate in Kooyong, the Greens’ Julian Burnside.
“Burnside is on the record as supporting the BDS, the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions, movement against Israel, which is of its nature anti-Semitic.
I love this bit. Burnside is a flog whom, like many leftists who support the BDS movement, has been able to go under the radar in recent times. But as globalist paranoia ramps up in a direct causal relationship with goy knowing, it was only a matter of time before he was lumped in the “extremist” basket.
I often wonder, especially when reading a hack job as bizarre and disjointed as this one, where it is all leading:
“Burnside has also trivialised the Holocaust by equating Peter Dutton on social media to a Nazi officer — something which Holocaust survivors have said publicly is deeply offensive to them…..
Mr Burnside said last night he had nothing to do with the High Court challenge and dismissed suggestions Oliver Yates was anti-Semitic.
“One thing is for sure, it’s not anti-Semitism. And, frankly, I think Michael Sukkar’s claims are outrageous,” Mr Burnside said.
He said he did think the section 44 challenge had merit and didn’t believe it was insensitive considering Mr Frydenberg’s relatives were fleeing the Holocaust.
And here we are.
The holocaust is the primary weapon used to guilt white people into accepting millions of immigrants into the West in order to subvert formerly homogenous European nations. If we don’t let them in, we will be allowing another holocaust to happen. Racism started World War 2 and it is racist not to let in millions of immigrants. The Germans were white, we are white, ergo, we must let in millions of immigrants so we can stop being white.
It’s why a bill to give Australians a say on mass immigration was rejected by the Australian parliament this week for the third time in less than a year.
The irony is that in comparing Peter Dutton, Australia’s former Minister for Immigration, to a national socialist officer, Burnside is reinforcing this fake narrative. However, as AOC recently discovered, only Jews are allowed to make this link, otherwise you are threatening the holocaust’s sacred status as the worst thing that ever happened.
Anyway, these people are functionally retarded. If they had kept quiet, none of this would have entered the wider public consciousness. But globalist paranoia that their existence is always endangered means they can never shut up about it, they always have attempt to frame the narrative.