In an event that tells us what life is like under undemocratic regimes, a young female member of an on-line anti-immigration group has been targeted by the media due to her views on immigration. Terrie-Anne Verney, who was an administrator of a Facebook group, has been sacked from the Griffith Community FM Association and has received threats from Third World migrants.

The Sydney Morning Herald newspaper and its “technology reporter” Asher Moses were no doubt well aware that there would likely be negative consequences for Terrie-Anne when they targeted her by contacting her employer (a multiculturalist radio station) to “discuss” her politics. The Sydney Morning Herald has long been a propaganda organ for political multiculturalism.

The Sydney Morning Herald’s actions against young Terrie-Anne were a blatant example of political persecution by pushers of Political Correctness. We should remember this sort of treatment is normally reserved just for white people and that it is an insipid form of anti-Australian racism. Political Correctness is not an abstract notion, but is an ideology based upon ruthless suppression of individuals, banning dissenting views and silencing freedom of speech.

Asher Moses is allegedly connected with the FightDemBack organisation, a shadowy hate-filled multiculturalist group which specialises in targeting and attacking opponents of multiculturalism. It has been a tactic of some FightDemBack supporters to harass people at their place of work, in order that they lose their jobs. Political multiculturalism has more than its fair share of such nasty low-lifes, steeped in anti-Australian racism and anti-Western hatred, many of whom can only be described as proto-terrorists.

One only has to remember the hatred and violence directed at Pauline Hanson and her supporters by multiculturalist activists to recognise the true nature of such people, those who would harass and bash elderly men and women. Blockading people from attending meetings is not a case of demonstrating opposition, but of actively undermining people’s right to participate in democracy; this was done, not only to Hanson’s people, but also to those attending the G-20 summit and even to cabinet minister Tony Abbot at Mebourne University. Whilst we may oppose the views of the latter, we uphold their right to free speech, a concept that is an abomination to many multiculturalists as they pursue their goal of destroying the future of Western nations across the world.

Political multiculturalism, like the communist and fascist ideologies from which it draws inspiration, has imposed so-called “racial vilification” laws upon Australia to jail or fine their political opponents for expressing free speech on immigration and racial issues. What’s next? Smashing windows and putting people in concentration camps? It should be remembered that traditional Australia never outlawed opposition to its immigration policies; in fact, we were one of the most advanced democracies in the world.