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How to eliminate filthy bogans and redneck racist from Oz?

solid and undeniable facts"? Good. I love facts. You got a credible link to back up your assertions?  (Feb 23, 2014 | post #46)

Australia

How to eliminate filthy bogans and redneck racist from Oz?

Huh? You need to read my posts again. You've got the wrong end of the stick.  (Feb 23, 2014 | post #45)

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Smelly indians at an Anzac day service

So many bigots, so little knowledge. Indians are not the worst offenders when it comes to breaching visa conditions in Australia. That dubious honour has for many years belonged to Brits and Irish.  (Apr 25, 2013 | post #60)

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Smelly indians at an Anzac day service

The British and Dutch would disagree with you.  (Apr 25, 2013 | post #59)

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Smelly indians at an Anzac day service

More bigoted nonsense. Sad irony that scum like you try to hijack Anzac Day and the values it represents to promote your hatred. ABoriginals didn't fight? You'd better tell these guys and their families. "Harry Saunders’ brother, Reginald, became probably the best-known indigenous serviceman. Named after his uncle, William Reginald Rawlings MM (killed in action in 1918), Reg joined up in 1940. He served in the 2/7th Battalion in Libya, Greece, Crete – spending a year on the run after the Germans captured the island – and New Guinea. Having proved himself an exceptional junior leader, he was sent to an Officer Training Course and commissioned in November 1944 – the first indigenous military officer. He enlisted again in 1950 to serve in the Korean War. Captain Saunders led a company of 3 Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment in the Battle of Kapyong. Another remarkable man was Warrant Officer Leonard Waters, a Queenslander, who was the first indigenous Australian to earn his ‘wings’ as a pilot. During 1944-45, Waters served in 78 Squadron RAAF, flying Kittyhawk fighters in Dutch New Guinea, Morotai and Borneo, bombing and strafing Japanese positions. Appropriately, his Kittyhawk was named ‘Black Magic’." http://www.dva.gov .au/BENEFITSANDSER VICES/IND/Pages/at _war.aspx  (Apr 25, 2013 | post #58)

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Smelly indians at an Anzac day service

LOL. You are so ignorant, yet so absolutely confident in your pea-sized intellect. "Pronounced [ə&#7 12;stɹæ ɪlj&# 601;, -liə] in Australian English,[21] the name Australia is derived from the Latin australis, meaning "southern ". Legends of Terra Australis Incognita—an "unknown land of the South"—date back to Roman times and were commonplace in medieval geography, although not based on any documented knowledge of the continent. Following European discovery, names for the Australian landmass were often references to the famed Terra Australis. The earliest recorded use of the word Australia in English was in 1625 in "A note of Australia del Espíritu Santo, written by Sir Richard Hakluyt", published by Samuel Purchas in Hakluytus Posthumus, a corruption of the original Spanish name "Tierra Austral del Espíritu Santo" (Southern Land of the Holy Spirit)[27] for an island in Vanuatu.[28] The Dutch adjectival form Australische was used in a Dutch book in Batavia (Jakarta) in 1638, to refer to the newly discovered lands to the south.[29] Australia was later used in a 1693 translation of Les Aventures de Jacques Sadeur dans la Découverte et le Voyage de la Terre Australe, a 1676 French novel by Gabriel de Foigny, under the pen-name Jacques Sadeur.[30] Referring to the entire South Pacific region, Alexander Dalrymple used it in An Historical Collection of Voyages and Discoveries in the South Pacific Ocean in 1771. By the end of the 18th century, the name was being used to refer specifically to Australia, with the botanists George Shaw and Sir James Smith writing of "the vast island, or rather continent, of Australia, Australasia or New Holland" in their 1793 Zoology and Botany of New Holland,[31] and James Wilson including it on a 1799 chart.[32] http://en.wikipedi a.org/wiki/Austral ia#Etymology  (Apr 25, 2013 | post #57)

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Chechen brother married & convert American girl to Islam ...

What do I know? "Chechens (/ˈt& #643;ɛt ʃ&#60 3;n/, Chechen: Hо&# 1093;ч и&#1 081; Noxçiy; Old Chechen: Naxçu, Naxçij, Naxç Q̈am) constitute a Caucasian native ethnic group of the Nakh peoples family originating in the North Caucasus region of Eastern Europe. They refer to themselves as Noxçiy (pronounced [no̞xt ʃ&#70 0;iː]) (singular Noxçi or Noxçuo). Chechen and Ingush peoples are collectively known as the Vainakh. The majority of Chechens today live in the Republic of Chechnya, a subdivision of the Russian Federation." http://en.wikipedi a.org/wiki/Chechen _people Fark me! They said 'caucasian'! And sorry to burst your bigot bubble but I am a white Australian. You do not deserve to live in MY country.  (Apr 24, 2013 | post #27)

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Chechen brother married & convert American girl to Islam ...

You can rant all you like, but they are whities. And this is my country too - perhaps more so than yours since I embrace the Australian ideal of a fair go for all and you are nothing but an ill-informed bigot - so I reckon I'll stay :) (And "lefty"? ?? Lol!)  (Apr 24, 2013 | post #18)

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Chechen brother married & convert American girl to Islam ...

A "race traitor"? They were both Caucasian. Which race was she betraying?  (Apr 23, 2013 | post #10)

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Asian invasion of Australia

No. The EU is an example of economic necessity. Countries expressed sympathy for the US after 9/11 because 1/No respectable state could defend such an indefensible attack 2/They are firm allies and support the US in everything. 3/ Not to support the US at that time was tantamount to declaring your nation an enemy of the US (Bush actually said this at the time) and prone for a missile strike - as others have since discovered. Western nations do more in terms of humanitarian aid than most others for a number of reasons, not least that it is our nature to help the less fortunate, whether in our own countries or overseas. We can also afford it and it is structured (if done properly) to serve the interests of the donor state. Self-interest always dominates, just as greed in business - which is the same everywhere (it just manifests differently). Agree Asians generally bigoted compared to Western states. SO we are better than them in some regards. Good for us!  (Apr 21, 2013 | post #199)

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Asian invasion of Australia

Blinkers would explain, as might being Tasmanian  (Apr 20, 2013 | post #191)

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Asian invasion of Australia

LOL! You didn't answer the question - how does WWII fit in with your theory of white unity? And "we aren't greedy and bigoted like Asians"? Surely you are kidding?  (Apr 20, 2013 | post #189)

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How embarrassment

Yes. Very "embarrassmen t!"  (Apr 9, 2013 | post #2)

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Asian invasion of Australia

United? World War II was just a playfight then? The US independence war just a game? Alliances change over time. And the relatively short period of Western unity means nothing in the grander scheme of things.  (Apr 9, 2013 | post #178)

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Qantas Staff fear Dubai

Good to read a well written post for a change. But you are getting yourself worked up for nothing. Most Muslims here - like most Australians in general - couldn't give a rat's about any of this. Personally I find greenies far more of a threat.  (Apr 8, 2013 | post #19)