DAILYKENN.com --Anti-white racism echos alt-right rhetoric, according to theguardian.com.
The contention comes after the Senate in Australia narrowly defeated a motion by patriot Senator Pauline Hanson "which acknowledged the 'deplorable rise of anti-white racism and attacks on Western civilisation' and 'it is OK to be white'."
Australia's black Senator, Lucy Gichuhi, supported the motion.
The fact is that white people built the nation of Australia creating a technological wonderland from the island-continent that had sat dormant for countless thousands of years. In so doing white people enhanced the lives of the indigenous aborigines who occupied small regions of the island prior to the arrival of Western technology.
To acknowledge the reality of the Western aptitude for innovation and invention is abject white supremacy, according to the delusion far left.
The far left immerses itself in fantastic fake reality that accommodates the discredited and dangerous notions of Marxism. In the make-believe world of cultural Marxism, white people are not recognized for their massive contributions to human advancement, but are falsely condemned as colonists who expropriated resources from native peoples.
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The Australian Senate has narrowly voted down a motion condemning “anti-white racism”, despite government senators voting for the controversial statement echoing alt-right rhetoric.
On Monday the Senate voted 31 to 28 to reject a motion put by Pauline Hanson – the leader of the anti-immigrant nativist One Nation party – which acknowledged the “deplorable rise of anti-white racism and attacks on Western civilisation” and “it is OK to be white”.
Hanson’s motion received 23 votes from the ruling Liberal-National Coalition including the deputy Senate leader and trade minister, Simon Birmingham, the small business minister, Michaelia Cash, the resources minister, Matt Canavan, communications minister Mitch Fifield, Indigenous affairs minister Nigel Scullion and deputy Nationals leader Bridget McKenzie.
Liberal senator Lucy Gichuhi – born in Kenya and the first person of black African descent elected to the Australian parliament – also voted for the motion.
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