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Thursday, February 17th, 2005, 05:07 PM
A leading member of the Patriotic Youth League was recently sacked by his employer because he holds views that differ from that of his employer (a major charity organisation).

Here's his post from the PYL Forum (in a thread entitled "Sacked for being white"):
http://nationalist.proboards3.com (http://nationalist.proboards3.com/)

Hi all,

Just to let u know I was sacked for being white the other day. The charity organisation I worked for asked me to publicly admit to a Newcastle Herald reporter I had changed my ways and that I would no longer be involved in events that promote European heritage.

A witness from the European Peoples Anti-Defamation organisation was present during the event. It was quite amazing.


Thursday, February 17th, 2005, 05:23 PM
Very disturbing. I think Australia is on the same level as Sweden when it comes to the Establishment abandoning all sense of shame and fair play in dealing with political competition.

Here you can loose your job, your membership in the union, your right to a home, to unemployment benefits, your right to rent space. The next thing, according to knowledgeable sources, is that you will loose your children if they "reveal" you as Nationalist.

Thursday, February 17th, 2005, 05:29 PM
Yes, it's pretty awful.

I have heard that things are the same in Britain as well.

But taking your children away from you just because they disagree with your politics? !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
That's so disgusting that I can't find suitable words to describe it!

A term I have seen used, and use myself, to describe these authoritarian internationalist liberals is "Multicultural Nazis".
I think the term is appropraie on more than one level.

Thursday, February 17th, 2005, 05:31 PM
Further info on the sacking case, from the PYL website:

Speaking tour against discrimination launched

Stuart McBeth a leading advocate in patriotic politics began his speaking tour on discrimination against patriotic Australians which is now rampant within Australia. Speaking to a sizeable audience at the Seven Hills Community Centre on the 15/02/05 Stuart explained the situation of discrimination within the welfare industry and charitable organisations. The actual fact of how he was dismissed due to his association with patriotic politics, European heritage and Christian faith horrified the audience many of whom had already heard about the great injustice. Funds were offered for and help was pledged to the now national campaign to get justice for Stuart McBeth. The activities of the PYL also impressed the mainly elderly crowd and financial pledges to the PYL were made. Recent events even if painful to Stuart have certainly cemented the PYL as Australia's leading political movement and civil rights organisation for young Australians.