Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Fun with Darp

Victor apologises for the appalling grammar and spelling contained in the following reproduced posts from Darlene Taylor’s Blog. The “University lecturer” Duckmonster and “Psycho-therapist” Heidelberg have a particularly poor command of the English language and are by far the worst and most consistent offenders. Their embarrassing ineptitude speaks volumes for our Marxist dominated “Politically Correct” education system.

The purpose of this exercise is to further illustrate the disgraceful hypocrisy and “make the story up as you go along” attitude that infects all the FDB’ers and their fellow Left Wing Bloggers. Honestly folks, these creatures have ZERO credibility and would struggle to lie straight in bed. Also, when I read the claim by the foul little creep Duckmonster that he studied “Security” at Uni my blood ran cold, as it did when I discovered that the disgusting sexual pervert David Heidelberg “works with children”. Visions of Michael Jackson fiddling with the kiddies assault one’s senses…*Shudder*

From Darlene Taylor’s Blog:

Darp Hau has always been about one thing: self-promotion.
If he can portray himself as an anti-racist hero, he will.

Posted by: Evil Pundit September 17, 2005 at 03:38 PM

Thanks Tim. Just because Darp's a tool doesn't mean his cause is not worthy, although it's mostly not because it's hardly a cause at all and only will become one because of his self-aggrandising behaviour.
The interesting thing, Evil, is that Darp might consider himself an anti-racism hero today, but what's he going to be tomorrow. Probably just a tool, but the possibilities are limitless with someone with that sort of disposition.
Larado, I think one of the most interesting things about "race" and the left is that they find it easy to throw stones but not look at their own behaviour.

Posted by: Darlene September 18, 2005 at 08:37 AM

Whatever Darp may consider himself to be tomorrow, Darlene, I can guarantee it will be something important and exciting that puts Darp at centre stage.

Posted by: Evil Pundit September 18, 2005 at 09:59 AM

Oh yeah! Darp the campaigner for tolerance. Too bad about that stinkbomb he let off in the Hillsong Christian Church toilets. Hypocritical little wanker he is.

Posted by: Reinthal September 19, 2005 at 05:24 PM

G'Day Darlene.

I got involved in this stuff when as a security researcher at murdoch (Sic) uni in WA, our campus got a whole bunch of racist graffiti and mencaces (Sic) where made at the fairly politically-central student guild. We had distressed students all over campus, and as I started to investigate , it became clear that a pattern had emerged with the re-emergence of JVT and anti-asian (Sic) terrorism in WA. Many FDBers have been victims of violence or harassment (Sic) from the extreme nazi right, and that explains the uniqueness of FDB as an anti-racist group not dominated by any particular ideological (Sic) grouping (ie the socialists, or the anarchsits (Sic) or the liberals, or whatever).
Unfortunately, history has shown that where Nazi groups have been ignored they have flourished. The rise of the Neo-Nazi right in Europe, arose from a complacency that the racist extreme had been largely defeated.
I cant (Sic) begin to express this enough. With Research Data coming in from groups pointing to heightened levels of organised racism as growing factor of discomfort in arabic (Sic) and african (Sic) communities, its clear that if we are to have a harmonious society its (Sic) incumbent on us to shut down the hate makers.
You don't have to like Darp or any of us. We aint (Sic) a political party! But do see, that the great gains we have achieved in reducing organised violence and agression (Sic) in australia and NZ are a community service. Best of all, the community doesnt (Sic) pay a cent. That cost is bourne (Sic) by obsessives (Sic) like Darp and my self.


Posted by: The Duck Monster October 28, 2005 at 06:19 PM

I'm baffled by your motivations for writting (Sic) this article, Darlene.
You're (Sic) inference that Darp is simply on a crusade to extole (Sic) his own virtues is not only false, it's offensive. Darp's already explained his position to you, and the cost associated with FDB.
You're (Sic) apparent inability to see Darp's motivations as anymore (Sic) than self-serving, says more about your lack of insight. Those without selfless traits cannot see them in others.
I'm sorry for the terseness in my post, but I'm really angered by why someone would take such a patronising tone to a volunteer anti-racism activist.
PS - Your article has been picked up by a well-known neo-nazi, who is using it as "proof" of the failure of FDB. Congratulations.

Posted by: David Heidelberg October 28, 2005 at 06:55 PM

Darlene, I grew up in the midwestern USA in the 1960s and 70s. I recall Watts burning in 1965 and the dusk-to-dawn curfews over several summers until around 1973 or so. I was 16 when the Indiana Knights of the Klu Klux Klan burned a cross in my yard and sprayed 'nigger lover' on my house as punishment for my refusal to join. I've been a hardcore civil rights campaigner since, though with a few decades of practise, I'm a bit better at it now.
Yes, Darp's smartarse antics with Hillsong were a bit puerile. However, people are allowed to grow and change. If Darp had not matured a bit, I don't think I'd be so inclined to help out with FDB. As it is, Darp is fining up his game and indeed doing some good community service work.
See, I live in one of the suburbs targetted by neo-nazis with their 'foreigners out' stickering gigs. I might be blonde, blue eyed and have English as a first language, but I am no less an immigrant to Australia. My adoption of Australian citizenship is not even a guarantee against my expulsion from this country, if the Alvarez case is anything to go by. When the PYL or other neo-nazis think they will manipulate my neighbourhood through fear, they've got another bloody think (Sic) coming. When not-so-closet racists masquerade as a political party, they deserve exposure.
FDB is worth doing- and Darp Hau is growing up.

Posted by: weezil October 28, 2005 at 11:14 PM

Gary, I suspect you know more about Darp's activities than the rest of us.
What's he been up to with the cars?

Posted by: Darlene October 29, 2005 at 05:24 PM

Well he claimed to have spit on the PM's car. Now some may think it legitimate protest. But its (Sic) not Howard who pays for it to be cleaned and person cleaning Darp's filth may not be a Howard supporter. Not that would make it excusable anyway.

Posted by: Gary October 29, 2005 at 06:43 PM

EP, you're right that one or two of the FDB activists have gone right over the top sometimes. Some people are all energy and not enough direction. We're working on that.

Posted by: weezil October 31, 2005 at 05:58 AM


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