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Eastwood — multicultural and proud

Proudly Eastwood. Proudly Multicultural. The PYL are Nazis

Call it an excess of civic pride.

I’m not sure if I’ll use the top one, even for me it’s waay too self-indulgent. I guess someone needs to stand-up and put their name to any anti-Racism campaign that eventuates from this. It might as well be me.

Am I concerned about any violent ramifications that may eventuate? Not really. If a hair on my pretty head gets so much as breathed on, the PYL will find themselves toe to toe with legions of people in Eureka Flag shirts. You know, the sort of people who actually have the right to wear it. That and well, if you believed the somewhat spurious reputation that proceeds me – I am apparently nine foot tall and bulletproof.

I got nothing to worry about.

While we’re on the topic of people in Eureka shirts, check out Liam Hogan’s speech on Eureka and multiculturalism. It’s a top read.

Darp Hau · 30 November 2004 · Discussion

The PYL is a white supremacist organisation

As it stands now, Patriotic Youth League are running a campaign squarely targeted at recruiting high school and university students. I don’t worry too much about the uni side of things, but I’m incredibly fucked off over the idea of these pricks preying on high school kids.

I can already picture them knocking up character profiles of their ideal recruits. You know the type. Angry, disaffected, intelligent and confused (white) kids who can’t quite work out where it all went wrong. They can’t get ahead in school because the Asian students clean house in every subject. Eastwood, West Ryde and Epping shops are starting to resemble Seoul, Beirut and Shanghai. It’s “spot the Aussie” down there! All of a sudden Mr Charisma, Andrew Wilson, comes along and peddles a shitload of easy answers (based on race of course) and exploits any resentment festering away in an “Aussie” kid and offers them the chance to join a gang hell-bent on “taking our country back!”

Remember, you gotta be an “Aussie” to join.

Darp Hau · 30 November 2004 · Discussion

Sticker counter-campaign campaign has begun

Anti-PYL sticker Anti-PYL sticker

Anti-PYL sticker Anti-PYL sticker

As you can see, the counter-stickering campaign is in full swing. It has been a most productive day.

Darp Hau · 29 November 2004 · Discussion

Six months?

The disparate and normally placid folk of Bennelong appear to be rousing once more. I met with some business leaders from the Korean and Chinese communities this morning and am just about to duck out to have a yarn with our local Uniting Church minister. He is kinda miffed seen as the PYL stuck a few stickers around his Lakeside Road Church.

Robert Corr tracked down this ditty of the PYL’s Andrew Wilson on Stormfront. (Read the replies that follow it — scary.)


This is an open letter to Australian Nationalists;

Introducing the Patriotic Youth League (PYL) to SF forum readers:

The PYL is a new youth organisation set up to combat the aggressive politically-correct, multi-cultural propaganda being forced on Australian Youth. We provide a nationalist youth alternative, endeavouring to reassert and instil in youth a pride of their past heritage and history, giving them a direction for the future.

Formed in late 2001/ early 2002, by Stuart McBeth and others, the PYL now has branches in the Central Coast, Sydney, Canberra and Newcastle. Currently the PYL is assisting the 2004 council election campaign of the Australia First Party.

This is written with the hope it will be read by young nationalists willing to become part of the struggle — join us!

Or, for those more ‘well-preserved patriots’ who can’t join in, we would warmly welcome any assistance that you could spare — it’s not limited to financial help either.

Please investigate our site:

Thankyou for you time.

Yours sincerely,

Andrew Wilson
PYL Sydney Organiser

Remember, Wilson is the semi-presentable front of the PYL. He is the guy who ranted and railed against their leader Stuart McBeth for being so dimwitted as to combine the PYL PO Box address with that of another of their projects — Volksfront.

Darp Hau · 29 November 2004 · Discussion

“Aussies fighting back”? Pffffft.

The Eureka flag

Peter Lalor writing to his fiancee Alicia Dunne:

The diggers … in self-defence, have taken up arms and are resolved to use them … I am one amongst them. You must not be unhappy on this account. I would be unworthy of being called a man, I would be unworthy of myself, and, above all, I would be unworthy of you and your love, were I base enough to desert my companions in danger.

MacGregor Duncan, Andrew Leigh, David Madden and Peter Tynan, the authors of Imagining Australia:

It should be re-elevated to its previous position as a central legend of Australian nationalism, standing for those distinctly Australian values: egalitarianism, mateship and fairness with democracy, freedom, republicanism and multiculturalism.

Mark Twain:

It was a revolution — small in size but great politically; it was a strike for liberty , a struggle for principle, a stand against injustice and oppression. It is another instance of a victory won by a lost battle.

Tom Keneally:

I do think Eureka should be celebrated as the birth of our national identity rather than Gallipoli. It was the first time Australians-in-the-making put forward what they thought Australia should be: the flag, the invocation of freedom, the demand for representation.

Weston Bates:

The miners established a society that was more egalitarian than any other in the world at the time and it became part of our culture. The miners established that in this new land we expected new behaviour. They made it clear Australia would not be a nation of corrupt and bullying pseudo-aristocrats and downtrodden serfs.

It’s going to be a busy week.

In the lead-up to the 150th anniversary of the Eureka Stockade, I’ll be doing something about the Patriotic Youth League. A bunch of Stormfront motherfuckers who have been polluting my local area with their posters and stickers. Like many far right groups, these guys have pulled a major faux pas and used the Eureka Flag on their website and on their propaganda. Their most audacious being a sticker covering Epping Railway station which features the Eureka Flag and the words, “Aussies fighting back!”

Darp Hau · 28 November 2004 · Discussion