When most people think of Aussie TV, they might have Neighbours in mind, or an episode of Home and Away. They wouldn’t be expecting the BBC to dump on us a new TV series from Down Under which mocks patriots who oppose Islamofascism.
The description of episode one is clearly misleading viewers, giving them an inaccurate idea of patriots, as it states, “Right wing group Patriot Blue hold a rally at a Muslim festival, where they clash with anarchists Antifasc.”
Recently, such as in London last weekend, or the DFLA/FLA march in Manchester, there have been protests, where football lads and Antifa have had a few minor scuffles, started by the communists. HOWEVER, patriots do not target Muslim festivals, but have peaceful protests, where none of them are arrested. However, Antifa are arrested for seeking out events of Tommy Robinson, the DFLA, and the People’s Charter, to violently attack them, in an effort to shut them down.
Hence the title of the series “Romper Stomper” is most unfair. It is from a controversial 1992 movie that launched Russell Crowe’s career is a gritty and unflinching look at the violent world of Neo-Nazi skinheads. The movie follows leaders of a racist youth gang who spend their nights attacking Asian immigrants in a rough section of Melbourne.
Those at the Day of Freedom march were not picking on people for being Asian, but they criticised jihadism.
They describe the “Romper Stomper” programme as a “High stakes six-episode drama that follows a new generation of far right activists.”
Their write-up continues, “Young stranger Kane steps in during the fighting to help members of Patriot Blue, immediately winning their trust. Muslims also get hurt in the clashes and defiant Laila takes on the challenge of representing her community.”
Again, the BBC is trying to give the impression that patriots are beating up people of a certain religion – there have been no arrests at marches by the DFLA, the People’s Charter, or the Veterans Against Terrorism. However, jihadis have KILLED people as they bombed Manchester Arena, slaughtered people in the streets of London, and mowed people down on bridges.
Many understandably believe the state wants to shut down any criticism of Islam, valid or not. The BBC itself is state-owned and state-funded, hence, it says what the government wants.
(Articles reflect the views of the author, and not necessarily those of Luke Nash-Jones, The Red Pill Factory, or Make Britain Great Again.)