The present focus of the majority of Australians on the subject of Islamist terrorism on our own soil demands a clear response from Australia First Party, indeed an articulated response from all patriotic people.
It is our opinion that this terrorism will henceforth be continuous and will increase in intensity.
The terror attack last week in Sydney brought forward a line of commentary from Nick Kaldas, counter terrorism expert and New South Wales Deputy Commissioner of Police. Essentially, he was saying that the youth who carried out the murder was someone seeking attention and glamour and while he may have been manipulated into violence, he was more or less, just an anti social person.
Mr. Kaldas remarked: “I think obviously some – and I’m not a psychologist – but certainly in our experience, some kids who are gravitating towards this have latched onto it because there’s a void in their life in some other space. Whether they lack role models, whether they lack a strong father figure: I really don’t know about each particular case.
But the reality is: this has been sold to them and they have swallowed it in numbers by those who want them to do this sort of stuff. They’ve managed to paint it into a romantic adventure and they’ve embraced it.”
Since then, this line has been widely repeated.
Half truths mean falsehood. It would be fair to say Mr. Kaldas understands the nuances within what he has said. It is the big truth we now need to discern in the shadows of official falsehood.
It is my initial concern that if Mr. Kaldas is a key source of the official response, then without understanding his overall political ‘take’, we really would miss the point.
Note that not too long ago at a Conference at the University of Western Sydney, Mr. Kaldas condemned Australians who may question immigration and multiculturalism as “white supremacists” and he placed them on the radar of political policing in Australia. There was the subtle hint that they might be on the path towards terrorism as well! In fact, we were already aware of his views on this and related terrorism subjects. Long ago in politics, in 2009 actually, this writer said of him:
“Yet, contemporary political-policing in Australia is decidedly influenced by the counter-terrorism drive of ‘Western’ intelligence services. It shows physically in the person of Nick Kaldas who directed the New South Wales Counter-Terrorist Command ……… . Kaldas was considered reliable enough (sic) to have been seconded to Iraq in 2004 and 2005, where he assisted in training the puppet police services of the Baghdad occupation-regime and was of such significance to have played a role in the show-trial of the Iraqi dictator, Saddam Hussein, a process that actually resulted in what many jurists call his judicial-murder. Today, Kaldas serves in Lebanon, investigating the assassination of a senior politician, such that Israel and American ‘intelligence’ may pin the killing upon Syria, a function that may prefigure war.”
“In other words, in the very person of Nick Kaldas there is a suggestion that under his leadership of the New South Wales political police, the logic of counter-terrorism has imposed itself upon political policing generally; further, it could be equally concluded that their fight in Iraq against the national resistance is seen by Kaldas’s controllers as the same thing as their struggle against patriotic dissident Australians. In one sense that is correct: each targets the New World Order system of economic and political and cultural globalisation, albeit on behalf of very different peoples and through rather different means. Whatever some Australians may think of this equation, the political police are in no doubt of its validity and proceed accordingly.”
I can only say that when Mr. Kaldas speaks and acts, he speaks and acts with the force of the state.
In the raging Muslim terrorism debate in Australia and given the broad experience and knowledge of Mr. Kaldas, it is unlikely that neither he – nor the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation – have failed to miss the far broader issues behind the comments made above about the young killer in Sydney. Indeed, many ordinary people grumbled that Mr. Kaldas was being naïve and over-generous towards the killer; quite the contrary as we said, he was concealing a dark truth amidst a few facts about the psychology of adolescents.
For our part, we have arrived at a conclusion on the future nature of terrorism in Australia. We have no doubt that our counter terrorism agencies understand this too. They would be totally incompetent if they did not.
Any discussion of Islamist terrorism in Australia must begin with the obvious social, cultural and economic marginalization of Muslims. Back in 2005 after the Civil Uprising in Cronulla, which occasioned the reactive politically and racially motivated violence of Middle Eastern groups against white Australians, ASIO realized that its model of Islamic radicalization – was wrong. It would no longer be a matter of certain persons attending prayer halls and Mosques and learning of the supposed visionary message of Islam, ‘radicalizing’ in opposition to the ‘enemies’ of Islam and eventually becoming terrorists. Rather, it would be criminal, underemployed, long-term unemployed, anti-social and trash elements in the Middle Eastern communities, who would embrace Islamism as an ideological explanation and ‘answer’ for their limited access to the goodies and ‘respect’ of Australian society. Their lack of social mobility and place and their rejection of any rules of fair conduct- would create the next generation of terrorists. And it did.
But from this moment in history on, we have entered a whole new stage in the social alienation of Muslims and the growth-factors of terrorism. With the passage of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the soon-to-be China Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA), Australia will be uniformly globalized economically and given a new surface globo-culture demanding of general loyalty. Australia can only be increasingly Asianized in population terms. There is no real place in globo-land and in a Chinese controlled Northern Zone of Australia for the followers of Islam – except perhaps as cheap (refugee) labour on the plantations, or as casual or sweated workers in menial jobs in the big cities and larger towns. Even then, they will be heavily competed against by the armies of contract labour in the North and the body-hire companies, foreign students and so on – elsewhere. The essential ideological (religious) and social backwardness of the Muslim groups would at that point tell against them, creating new endemic resentments and hatreds. Why? Because the principles of Islam and the cultural backgrounds of these immigrant communities do not lend themselves to this new free market of techno-wizardry and financial manipulation, of specialized service industries and tourism, of trade centres and university cities. The Muslims will be further shut out of whatever wealth and fame, or access to whatever gizmos and fancy lifestyles as may be available to others. And we might note too that many of these ‘others’ will be arrogant colonizers who could just as easily regard the Muslims as cultural and non adaptive primitives.
The perception by Muslims of this as ‘unfairness’ would then be coloured by the presence of ‘superior’ Islamist ideology. After all, Islamism ‘explains’ (sic) the corruption of the social order, its satanic nature and the need for redemptive revolution. Jihadi activism would only expand through the Muslim wasteland suburbs on that basis.
It would follow Islamist terrorism could become a growth industry. The hatreds that Islamist groups had towards the ‘former’ Australian-European society (that will remain) would be generalized into an explosive desire to renew the Muslim community and ethos in fulsome terror.
In other words, we must suggest that Islamist terrorism in Australia is now permanent, that it cannot be bought off by community-centred games to advance ‘inclusion’ and ‘tolerance’(although that will be tried) or dealt with by ‘police methods’. If Islamist terrorism is one essential product of the very logic of Australia’s new stage of globalist capitalism, it has a social and economic and cultural context. The two things are linked together in contradiction.
We may ultimately thank (sic) this new breed of terrorist for one thing. He will tear up the multiculturalist system and render globo-land dysfunctional. We Australian nationalists practice our own identity politics of ethnic defence and we are determined to prevail in he name of the historical Australian Nation. Whether the pure chaos caused by the new generation of Islamist terrorists and the costs borne by the state shall render the system susceptible, amidst its thousand and one other infirmities (many still unrecognized by both people and state), to overturn – will be the great question for the next two decades.