Friday, January 08, 2010

The Racist Australian Government's War on Fundamental Human Rights

Christopher Jon Bjerknes

http://www.jewishracism.com

http://www.jewishracism.blogspot.com

The Government of Australia has always been a racist institution from its inception up to the present day and shows no signs of relenting in its attacks on the Australia's native sons. As a wing of the British Crown, the Australian Government is oppressing critics of racism and denying them their fundamental human rights in the name of defeating racism. The hypocrisy and villainy of the Government of Australia knows no bounds.

The Racial Discrimination Act of 1975 prevents the Australian Government from selectively enforcing the laws or denying its citizens equal protection under those laws. However, the Australian Government is violating the rights of its citizens to equal protection under the laws and is violating the The Racial Discrimination Act of 1975 by granting racists immunity from public criticism while seeking to imprison those who accuse racists of racism. The Australian Government has turned The Racial Discrimination Act of 1975 on its head and irrationally asserted that an accusation of racism is itself a racist act, thereby deliberately discouraging the community from combating racism by preventing the public from leveling the charge of racism at State-protected groups.

The Racial Discrimination Act of 1975 was enacted pursuant to the International Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Racial Discrimination and is purportedly a call to Australia's citizenry to combat racism. However, when Australia's citizens report racism, they are themselves arrested and charged with racism under successive legislation, as in the case of Brendon O'Connell. The Government has, erroneously and with malice, arbitrarily and without prior notice, defined accusations of racism as if racist acts.

The intended effect of the Government's action are to promote racism and shield racists from exposure, while imprisoning authentic critics of racism, contrary to the stated aims of the Statutes. In addition, the Statutes demand that Australians' rights to equal protection under the law be respected, while in practice, the Australian Government is harassing those who make accusations of racism, while shielding racists from criticism and stifling the public discourse about racists' racism:

"9 Racial discrimination to be unlawful

(1) It is unlawful for a person to do any act involving a distinction, exclusion, restriction or preference based on race, colour, descent or national or ethnic origin which has the purpose or effect of nullifying or impairing the recognition, enjoyment or exercise, on an equal footing, of any human right or fundamental freedom in the political, economic, social, cultural or any other field of public life.

(1A) Where:

(a) a person requires another person to comply with a term, condition or requirement which is not reasonable having regard to the circumstances of the case; and

(b) the other person does not or cannot comply with the term, condition or requirement; and Prohibition of racial discrimination Part II Section 10 Racial Discrimination Act 1975

(c) the requirement to comply has the purpose or effect of nullifying or impairing the recognition, enjoyment or exercise, on an equal footing, by persons of the same race, colour, descent or national or ethnic origin as the other person, of any human right or fundamental freedom in the political, economic, social, cultural or any other field of public life;

the act of requiring such compliance is to be treated, for the purposes of this Part, as an act involving a distinction based on, or an act done by reason of, the other person's race, colour, descent or national or ethnic origin.

(2) A reference in this section to a human right or fundamental freedom in the political, economic, social, cultural or any other field of public life includes any right of a kind referred to in Article 5 of the Convention.

(3) This section does not apply in respect of the employment, or an application for the employment, of a person on a ship or aircraft (not being an Australian ship or aircraft) if that person was engaged, or applied, for that employment outside Australia.

(4) The succeeding provisions of this Part do not limit the generality of this section.

10 Rights to equality before the law

(1) If, by reason of, or of a provision of, a law of the Commonwealth or of a State or Territory, persons of a particular race, colour or national or ethnic origin do not enjoy a right that is enjoyed by persons of another race, colour or national or ethnic origin, or enjoy a right to a more limited extent than persons of another race, colour or national or ethnic origin, then, notwithstanding anything in that law, persons of the first-mentioned race, colour or national or ethnic origin shall, by force of this section, enjoy that right to the same extent as persons of that other race, colour or national or ethnic origin.

(2) A reference in subsection(1) to a right includes a reference to a right of a kind referred to in Article 5 of the Convention."

and,

"18D Exemptions

Section 18C does not render unlawful anything said or done reasonably and in good faith:

(a) in the performance, exhibition or distribution of an artistic work; or

(b) in the course of any statement, publication, discussion or debate made or held for any genuine academic, artistic or scientific purpose or any other genuine purpose in the public interest; or

(c) in making or publishing:

(i) a fair and accurate report of any event or matter of public interest; or

(ii) a fair comment on any event or matter of public interest if the comment is an expression of a genuine belief held by the person making the comment."

The prosecution of Brendon O'Connell, which irrationally and falsely defines an accusation by the public of racism, as if itself a racist act, violates the both the letter and the spirit of The Racial Discrimination Act of 1975 and must therefore end.