This Friday in a dozen different cities across Australia rallies will be held demanding the resignation of Scott Morrison. These rallies are being organised by “Uni Students For Climate Justice” a front group for Socialist Alternative (SAlt). Socialist Alternative is a Trotskyist organisation that openly declares that it wants to overthrow the government and implement a totalitarian socialist state in the mold of the early Soviet Union.
And not only is nobody in the media mentioning this, they’re actively cheering it on. So much is their hate for Scott Morrison that they will help promote events organised by revolutionary Marxists (followers of the most murderous ideology in human history) if it means a chance to overturn the results of last year’s election.
It’s not as if the identity of “Uni Students for Climate Justice” is much of a secret. Every single spokesperson it has ever had, from Adelaide to Brisbane to Canberra to Melbourne to Sydney to Perth to Wollongong, has been a Socialist Alternative activist.
“Uni Students for Climate Justice” began in March last year with the purpose of mobilising university students to fluff out the numbers at the “Climate school strikes”. The school “strikes” were a manufactured event where high school kids made the grand sacrifice of skipping a day of school with their teachers’ permission. What rebels hey?
From the very beginning, the organisation was dominated by well-known activists from the Socialist Alternative group. Their event in Canberra was organised by Socialist Alternative activist Kim Stern. The event in Melbourne was organised by Socialist Alternative activists Anneke Demanuele and Kath Larkin. In South Australia, the event was organised by Sage Jupe and Madeleine Edhouse, again of Socialist Alternative. In Sydney, the group was organised and coordinated by very well-known Socialist Alternative activist Hersha Kadkol. In Queensland, the effort at UQ was organised by Priya De of Socialist Alternative and the QUT effort was organised by Catherine Robertson and Jessica Payne of the QUT Socialist Alternative club.
It’s not a secret. They boast about it. And yet the media never points out that the “protesters” and “activists” they cheer on are members of the largest, best organised and most violent political extremist group in Australia.
The aims of Socialist Alternative and other Trotskyist groups are simple and no secret, in the case of SAlt you can find them in the statement of principles displayed on their website. They aim to divide Australian society into warring camps, stir up conflict and eventually civil war between these groups and then use the disorder to come to power. They then aim to dissolve the police, armed forces and the judiciary and replace them with new, suitably “Marxist” versions under their total control. After that the next step is to abolish the electoral system, the parliaments, the flag, the constitution, the right to own private property, freedom of the press, freedom of religion and especially freedom of speech.
They are obviously not a normal political group and shouldn’t be treated as such. Yet time after time the mainstream media not only covers up for them but applauds their activities.
Again anyone from left or right who has ever had any involvement in university student politics (or has even just walked around a university campus and seen their posters) knows exactly who these people are. Anybody who has ever been involved in any campaign or protest on any vaguely left wing issue knows that Socialist Alternative will inevitably be inside it either as the original organisers or furiously trying to hijack it for their own purposes (as they have with Extinction Rebellion groups all over Australia). This is not a secret organisation, yet they are permitted to hide in plain sight.
This Friday the media will be cheering on the anti-Morrison protests because Australian journalists are mostly lefties who hate Scott Morrison. They hate him for being a white Christian man, they hate him for disagreeing with them on global warming, and they especially hate him for winning last year’s federal election.
I can predict with 100% certainty that the journalists reporting on this Friday’s protests will not tell you who the organisers are. They will even write up quotes from some of the most prominent extremists in Australian society without ever mentioning the groups they belong to or the anti-Australian ideologies that they hold.
The fourth estate, from News Corp to what was once Fairfax, from commercial television to the ivory tower of the ABC, are knowingly complicit in the rise and legitimisation of possibly the greatest threat our country has ever faced.
The journalists know the people they’re supporting are extremists who hate Australia and want to burn it to the ground. And yet they still promote them as benign, even heroic “climate activists”.
And that should both terrify and enrage all of us.