Facebook Pages of Lads Society, Avi Yemini and Nationalist Uprising Disappear

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Following
the disappearance of the Facebook pages of Future Now
Australia
the social media giant
has once again come for Avi Yemini, whose page is no longer visible when
searched on the platform. Yemini was on this third Facebook page after the previous two met the same fate.

It is
believed that the “Zuccing” of the page was a response for Yemini’s expose of US based Australian comedian
Jim Jeffries
, who he set up with a hidden camera, revealing
his obviously misleading editing of an interview with the Jewish Australian
Activist.

Avi has stated that he
will not be creating another Facebook account and has voiced his confidence in TR News, his latest
venture with English activist Tommy Robinson.

The
Australian nationalist organisation known as Lads
Society
has also had their page unpublished. This came
shortly after they issued a public statement insinuating that they were
cooperating with bodies such as ASIO who came to them for answers to questions
around the New Zealand Mosque Shooting carried out by Australian
ethno-nationalist Brenton Tarant.

Lads have
also repeatedly stated that their organisation is not interested in political
violence. Therefore, reasons for losing their page may be purely motivated by a
left-wing agenda to oppose the freedom to express alternate ideas.

You can view their full
statement below:

Media Release 20 MAR 19 Thomas Sewell
on behalf of Lads Society

“Yesterday Lads Society leaders from
across the nation met with ASIO and State Police services to discuss the recent
events in Christchurch involving Brenton Tarrant. ASIO has requested that the
context and discussion remain private.

“Unlike our current government which
operates in secrecy whilst simultaneously providing the media with vague
statements of “monitoring groups” including our own, in order to give the press
its ammunition to further smear our community, we operate on a basis of
transparency in order to set the record straight.

“The context of the meetings were for
ASIO and state services to ask for our insight into the motivations of Brenton
Tarrant and how they can assist us in ensuring our lawful community
organisation can succeed and grow in order to prevent further isolation,
radicalisation and potentially any future politically motivated violence.

“As National leader of this
organisation I asked the federal officers why they would be asking myself that
question, when Brenton Tarrant already answered all possible questions
regarding his motivations in his 74 page manifesto. Both officers looked
blankly and after further interrogation admitted that neither had read his
manifesto. Take from this what you will.

“Politically motivated violence is
not in the interest of our organisation or our community. Our mission is to
create a community organisation of European descended Australians who identify
as such, in order to preserve and grow our culture and legacy on this land. Our
current objectives include running programs and services that bring benefits to
what we define as our community, such as but not limited to job networking,
physical health, mental health, skill education seminars, mentoring and
community assistance. Our future objectives include but are not limited to
child and family services, education, business, commercial and residential
property, food supply, industry and more.

“It is our belief that the Corporate
Media out of convenience and greed, the Intelligence agencies out of laziness,
the “Academics” out of ignorance and the policy makers in Government out of
pragmatism and a short term policy mindset have an agenda to associate our
organisation and organisations similar to ours with politically motivated
violence for the purpose of “Proscribing” us, pushing new anti-association laws
and therefore using our purging as a scapegoat to ensure a perceived successful
response to present to the public a false sense of resolution and therefore
safety and that the Government and its corporate and bureaucratic agencies have
done their job, which they have not.

“Lastly, Brenton Tarrant stated that
he did not belong to any group and that he acted alone. The more the media
smears the groups trying to bring about positive social change via guilt by
association, the more it isolates individuals into not wanting to be part of
said groups where hope and clear goals are given as to a peaceful solution
being achievable. Attempting in any way to break apart or prevent our lawful
and moral objectives will only result in other alternatives. Always ask; Cui
bono…”

A third page
has been taken down “Nationalist Uprising” created by patriot activist Neil
Erikson just over an hour ago. Erikson’s own Facebook page
has been deleted last month. The page had over 70,000 followers.

The Unshackled has been named the “Go-To media outlet for much of Australia’s far right,” in an article by Fairfax. Another Australian alt-media outlet XYZ has also been hit with the “Far Right” label.

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There is a
very high chance that our Facebook page with over
20000 followers will end up becoming unpublished, so we have begun to establish
ourselves on Gab.ai
. Patriots such as Blair
Cottrell
and Neil Erikson have recently began building up followings on
the platform
which promises to be a “free speech” version of Twitter
which Cottrell and Erikson were recently banned from. We encourage all of our
subscribers to follow us onto Gab.ai as Facebook
continues to crack down on free speech everywhere.

What are your
thoughts on the continuing attacks on free speech by corporate monopolies such
as Facebook? Do you still trust the platform, or will you be moving to Gab.ai
like so many others?

Let us know
in the comments.

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