By Situation Theatre 16/10/2018
The “It’s OK to be white” campaign, organised by neo-nazis on the imageboard 4chan and designed to create a “massive media shitstorm”, has been excreted into the Australian Parliament by Pauline Hanson and created a “massive media shitstorm”.
Yesterday the Coalition supported the One Nation motion which condemned the “deplorable rise of anti-white racism and attacks on Western civilisation” and affirmed that “it is OK to be white”.
According to the Guardian Australia,
“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.
The government leader in the Senate, Mathias Cormann, the foreign affairs minister, Marise Payne, and five other Coalition senators were paired with senators who intended to vote against the motion but were not in the Senate, meaning those Coalition senators also supported the motion but did not vote.”
While students of Australian politics have long suspected that Coalition policy is designed by horny teenage boys on 4chan and implemented by their baby boomer puppets, it’s still good to have it in writing.