*Â The race industry says you are racist unless you can prove you aren’t:
A gift to witchhunters everywhere. Claims Chief Witchhunter Calma:
“You don’t get vexatious complaints for the sake of complaints.”
You know Calma’s real problem? He can’t actually prove there’s much of that racial discrimination around to justify keeping him his astonishingly well-paid job:
The friendly uncle Tom Calma said “Australia’s laws made it difficult to prove there had been discrimination.”
Spoken like someone who indeed isn’t much fussed with evidence – like the evidence of the operation of the Victorian Government’s obscene religious and racial vilification laws:Â
Race Discrimination Commissioner Tom Calma wants the burden of proof in cases of racial discrimination to fall on the alleged offender, instead of the person making the complaint.
*Â In other words, once an accusation of racial discrimination has been made, it won’t be the responsibility of the accuser to bring evidence to support their allegation, but the accused must then prove that he or she is not really a racist.
* That’s really what Australia needs: a racist Gestapo, witch-huntsÂ and Kafkaesque trials that go after perceived ‘Islamophobes’ and ‘racists’. Keep in mind that this kind of racism only applies to whites, because blacks can do no wrong.
Good night, Australia!
*Â Thanx to Mullah
And then this:Â
Race Discrimination Commissioner, Tom Calma, said yesterday that the 19 new projects under its Community Policing Partnerships Programme (CPPP) is a national initiative by HREOC, and aims at building relationships and improving trust between Muslim communities and the police.
“The race and religious hatred that continues to be directed towards Muslim communities in Australia, said Calma, is a breach of human rights and is absolutely unacceptable.”
Calma has been trying to screw upright Australians for a long time now. Its enough! Be gone….
The Apparatchiks who govern us: Jawohl Herr Kommissar!
* Here is how far off the rails this whole human rights circus is:
Sucking up to those above and kicking those below:
Â The absolute classic case of this approach was the China Central TV interview with John von Doussa, a warmonista president of Australia’s Human Rights and Equal Opportunities Commission, in Beijing a fortnight ago… (H)e implied that those demonstrating against the manner in which China rules Tibet were somehow infringing international human rights law, that the ruling Communist Party is a net contributor to human rights, that poor people in China and elsewhere should not expect access to the rule of law, that Westerners have yet again got China wrong.
I’ve been just as astonished by von Doussa’s extraordinary answers. Adds Callick:
In these emotional days here in China, it is especially important for visitors to consider carefully how to engage on such issues in a polite manner while remaining true to themselves and their values.
* With thanks to Andrew Bolt
A message from Pat Condell to all the Calma’s in this world:
A Calma update:
Andrew BoltÂ â€“ Sunday, February 08, 09
Telling viewers about the kinds of gangs shooting up Sydney is bad:
SENIOR racial vilification authorities fear a new television series on Australian crime gangsÂ will fuel ethnic hatred, encourage discrimination and deepen anti-police sentimentÂ on the streets.
Australia’s Race Discrimination Commissioner labelled Channel Seven’s Gangs of Oz “damaging” â€” a claim echoed by legal experts, a former detective and a leading community diversity group, which called on the network to re-edit the documentary before allowing it to be broadcast.
In the first episode, entitled Middle Eastern Gangs, which is due to premiere on Wednesday, Detective Superintendent Ken McKay, head of the NSW Organised Crime Directorate, states that “Middle Eastern groups are involved in everything. If they didn’t invent it, they perfected it in terms of crime.”
He then adds: “The criminal, in the Middle Eastern sense, is more cowardice (sic) than your general criminal. They’d rather use a gun than stand in a fist fight.”
Naturally, the damnation centred not on the truth or falsehood of that statement, but on the “helpfulness’’ of saying it in public:Â
After watching the preview episode, provided by The Sunday Age, federal Race Discrimination Commissioner Tom Calma, whose role as head of ethnic discrimination at the Australian Human Rights Commission makes him the country’s most senior voice on race issues, said that Mr McKay’s casual use of terms such as “Middle Eastern” caused communities to feel stigmatised.
I guess it would, but surely we need to know if McKay’s claim is true, because we’d then be better informed about what to do about these gangs, right? But this article does not once offer an answer to that central question. All we get is more sliming of McKay:
But Dr Kennedy said: “Ken McKay has a record for shooting his mouth off and he has a limited intellect.”
I know neither man, but I already know from this article which one I’m less likely to trust to tell me an unvarnished truth.