A video showing notable right-wing Melbourne identity Avi Yemini being assaulted by a leftist at a pro-Hong Kong protest has gone viral, amassing over 162,000 views in under 48 hours.
The local Tibetan community had organised a “free Hong Kong” rally outside the Melbourne State Library. Towards the end of the rally, a small group from the “Refugee Action Collective” set up a stall in front of the Tibetan community rally and began attempting to piggyback off the much larger event to spruik its own cause.
Mr Yemini approached the stall and asked two of the refugee activists if they supported the people whose event they had so clearly tried to hijack. As anyone who has viewed the video can attest, he was answered with abuse and insults. One of the women loudly claimed Yemini was assaulting her simply by talking to them, before proceeding to physically push him backwards (which is of course actual assault).
Who is this woman? Avi Yemini seemed not to know but to those who have watched the extreme left scene in Australia these past few years, the face of Jasmine Ali was instantly recognisable.
So, who is Jasmine Ali?
Jasmine is an organiser, activist and theoretician for the Marxist extremist group “Solidarity”. Solidarity is a revolutionary Trotskyist organisation led by Ian Rintoul. That’s the same Rintoul who first became a Marxist activist in Ipswich in the mid-70s and has boasted of being arrested more than 60 times over the course of four decades of violent extremist activity.
Jasmine has been a member of his group since at least 2009. She has written articles for their website and magazine on a wide variety of subjects including: what Marx would have thought about Climate Change, the need for open borders and multiculturalism to destroy the Australian nation, how the racist Kevin Rudd enforced Australia’s neo-colonial mastery over Papua New Guinea, how feminism in the 60s and 70s was racist, how Marxism will fix global warming and how the history of the Australian union movement is one of White Supremacy.
Jasmine also gave a 30-minute speech at Solidarity’s annual “Keep Left” conference in 2015, organised the violent attacks against the speaking event of visiting Dutch MP Geert Wilders and was featured favourably on the ABC’s 7.30 report declaring that Wilders had no right to free speech.
In other words, she’s a revolutionary Marxist extremist. She wants to overthrow the government and implement a totalitarian socialist state. I’m sure you’re shocked.
She also finds time to be employed as a Research and Advocacy Officer with the “Centre for innovative Justice” at RMIT University, to be an active member of the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) and to volunteer at the extremist-linked (yet publicly funded) Flemington-Kensington Legal Centre which has done so much to make it impossible for Victorian Police to enforce the law against African Gangs.
Jasmine has of course organised protests against the very idea that African crime exists, and has openly declared that:
”There are no ‘African gangs’, there is no ‘African crime’. But there is the problem of racism.”
Which again goes to show that when there is political violence in Australia, when there are annoying idiots blocking traffic, when there is some absurdity in State government – be it Safe Schools or the police not being able to arrest African criminals – the Marxist activists are there.
And like Jasmine, they’re nearly always being paid by your tax dollars. If a right-wing woman working for the public service attacked a left-wing man outside the State Library in the centre of Melbourne and the act was captured on a viral video, I’m pretty sure they’d have questions to answer.
I’m also pretty sure Jasmine doesn’t. Funny that, hey?