Toowoomba under attack
The Media Propagandist / Liar Greg Roberts Vents His Spleen With 'Neo-Nazis', Race Hate And Alleged Violence
It happened that a certain local group of ordinary working Australians in Toowoomba had come together to discuss issues of race and immigration. These patriots concerned at the rural influx of migrants and the effect on water, infrastructure, health, crime and cultural variations, voiced their displeasure to the people of Toowoomba. As reported by local media sources, some of these people, who had adopted the name 'White Pride Coalition', were wicked and evil.
But the pro-refugee lobby wanted any resistance to the new order in Toowoomba cut short. It is an old trick of the multiculti establishment that any and all resistance to the destruction of Australia as a European society is said to be connected to neo-nazism and/or white supremacism, hatred and racism. This trick is universally imposed.
Greg Roberts who writes for The Australian, together with Toowoomba's own newspaper, The Chronicle decided to report stories involving absurd claims of racial violence, neo-nazis, secret cells and community fear in the Toowoomba region.
Greg Roberts has been described by The Australian as their expert in the field of the so-called 'right-wing' in Australia. Jim Saleam (Australia First co-ordinator in New South Wales) considers Roberts to be a fraud:
"I came across Roberts in 1999 when he concocted a story that an Australian KKK had infiltrated One Nation. Roberts produced two Kluxers, Peter Coleman and David Palmer. He represented these men as 'leaders' of two different 'Klans', when in fact they were - and still are - old buddies swimming in the same neo-nazi pond. He made out the KKK was dominating One Nation branches and had achieved a major penetration. One leader, 'Father' Robert Leys (usually an inmate at a nut-house in Tamworth), was apparently making big headway. It was a major scandal, with One Nation knocked senseless. The job was done: One Nation was kept off-balance at a time it needed unity. I think Roberts could only really have known that his stories, peddled in the Sydney Morning Herald, were worthless. There was simply no basis to any of it other than the claims of the idiots at issue; I have never seen or heard of any other evidence and I challenge anyone to provide evidence".
Roberts then went on to foment a story that Kluxers were terrorizing Aborigines in the Casino area of northern New South Wales.
Jim Saleam added:
"I spoke with an Aboriginal Land Council leader and a local newspaper editor both of whom said they could find no evidence of any 'Kluxer' activity in the area. There may have been some incident of some sort upon which the story was based , but nothing which implied organized activism Someone was telling the truth and someone was lying. Take your pick. I was amused that Roberts went as far as reporting petty graffiti scrawled on public property as 'proof' of the existence of a KKK."
So when the liemonger Roberts looked at Toowoomba, he needed a focus, a target; he needed "Mr. Hate".
As we shall see below, Roberts apparently found support from various persons and in The Chronicle, for his intelligence gathering effort against patriots of Toowoomba. Stigmatizing a local man as "Mr. Hate" was necessary vilification for the success of the overall campaign of lying and propaganda in Toowoomba. For legal reasons we will not name this man here or say too much. It is said a case may be brewing for defamation.
As we can now see, some journalists 'privatise', their liemongering. They allow 'outside activists' to write the fiction which they can then 'quote' as the opinion of others. In creating this shadow struggle, they permit a legitimate cause to be harassed by a phantom disinformation group and quote each 'equally' against the other. This is clever stuff which points to a guiding hand - somewhere - who can discern the problem strategically. This has obviously occurred in the Toowoomba struggle and has been happening elsewhere. Let us look at the most obvious example.