It seems as if Australia’s fascists have found corporate sponsorship.
Let’s begin by outlining how we got here.
- Racist hatemongers Kim Vuga of the Love Australia or Leave Party and Nick Folks of the Party For Freedom teamed up with violent crybaby Shermon Burgess (aka The Great Aussie Patriot) to hold a race riot in Cronulla on the 10th anniversary of the original stain on Australia’s history. They’re calling it a memorial. Wiggum Salmonella is also trying his hardest to be involved and feel relevant.
- Every Australian with more IQ points than car engine cylinders agrees that this is disgraceful. The local council, on behalf of the concerned constituents that keep contacting them, have repeatedly asked for Burgess, Vuga and Folks to show some human decency and cancel their rally.
- Being remorseless pricks, they were obviously never going to cancel their hate rally for any of the reasons that good people do good things. Fearing a repeat of 10 years ago (because that’s exactly what Burgess, Vuga and Folks want), the council have begun taking legal action to prevent it, including under the alphanumeric sequence most hated by Australia’s bigots, 18C.
So here we are. The halfwits planning their own Cronulla riots have been threatened with legal action, but they refuse to display the vaguest shred of civility. This is where corporate sponsor Westpac comes in.
Nick Folks has begun asking for donations to fight his idiotic battle against Australian laws and values, and all of his begging propaganda names Westpac as the organisation taking money on his behalf.
Of course, many people aren’t happy with the idea of a large organisation such as Westpac appearing to support such obscene causes.
Many people immediately began sharing the image and Folks’ cries for money around, pointing out Westpac’s involvement.
The amount of people who went to Westpac’s Facebook page to draw attention to its support for racism was a sight to behold:
Westpac, however, didn’t seem so phased.
We at Southern Crosstika vehemently disagree with James’ position. Nick Folks and the crew of callous cumstains have publicised the details of this bank account far and wide, along with Westpac’s name. Whether Westpac’s PR team believes that they can dissociate themselves from this or not, it’s now clear that they are aware of and complicit in collecting donations to support a repeat of the disgraceful mayhem from a decade ago.
By letting Nick Folks use their name and publicly ask for donations into a Westpac bank account, Westpac is knowingly supporting the upcoming Cronulla hate rally.
Now that they have complicit corporate sponsorship, we hope people will start referring to this weekend’s events in Cronulla as the #WestpacRaceRiot.