An Australian Integrity Test

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Sydney Opera House

Unknown Author

One day I walked into my front garden for some gardening work, and was greeted from over my fence by my neighbours who were going out as a family: the husband, the wife and the three children.

The lady of the house informed me that they were on their way to the Sydney Harbour Bridge (Australia), which was shut to cars to allow a protest march to say “Sorry” to the Aboriginal people for White settlement and the “stolen” generation, etc.

She asked if I was planning to go. I informed her that “I was not!”, as I had not done anything to the Aborigines to apologise for, and reminded her that I was a recent migrant from Britain … and wished the Aborigines no harm.

She explained to me that it was not the point whether I had personally done any wrong. The fact was that I was White man … and White  people were to blame for all past injustices.

Ah”, I said, “you believe in collective guilt and retrospective guilt at that.”

Ok”, I said “that’s fine, will you be having a march through Bondi demanding that the local Jewish community say sorry for killing Jesus?” (the idea was ridiculous, but it certainly fitted in with her illogical notion of collective guilt), at which point she gave me a look of total contempt, mumbled something inaudible, and they left for their family guilt-trip.

I must give some background information before we continue:

My neighbours were not bad people; we got on well with them despite the fact that the lady had been a card-carrying member of the Communist Party, was now a card-carrying member of the Labor Party … and she knew my politics.

Now a Year had passed … and we decided to sell the house and move. I would inform the neighbours of our plans … and at the same time have a bit of an integrity test.

So I told them of our plans … then casually added that we wouldn’t be advertising the sale by having signs and advertisements in the newspaper because we had already found a buyer.

I was purposely vague about it being “Some kind of government department or other” that buys houses for deprived families from the bush and giving them a fresh start in the city. I added “I think they’re from Dubbo or somewhere”.

Now I had her FULL attention … I mean, I could have said “Look up in the sky, an engine just fell off that jumbo jet, it’s going down”, and she still would have continued staring at me with her brain racing with horrible scenarios.

I smiled and said … “I’m sure you will get on with the new neighbours because of your tolerance, etc”.

She was so horrified that she broke her silence and suddenly speaking faster than usual.

“What people, who are they, I mean, do you mean, are they, um, um, well you know?”

I acted dumb and said “Sorry I don’t follow”.

“What government department”, she said, “who are they, what trouble have they been in, I mean are they ………? You know…”

She could not even bring herself to say “the word”.

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Australian Aboriginal

I said … ‘Aboriginal’? Yes, an Aboriginal family, a mum, dad, a few kids, something about a fresh start, a new environment, you know how these government department people speak. I remember now, Aboriginal housing, that’s it, that’s what they’re called.”

Now she couldn’t keep it in any longer,

“No no … have you signed anything? What have you signed? NO, NO…….” (now fully exasperated)

Now she was running the fingers from both her hands through her hair, looking down at the ground and breathing heavily through her nose.

I said, “What’s wrong, are you ok? You look quite upset”.

She looks up at me…

“Have they been in trouble, been to jail, trouble with the police, what have they done, what do you mean new start, new start from what?

I’ve got kids here, (sputter, sputter) … we’ve got to live here (sputter, sputter) … I’ve got kids……….”

So have they,” I said “and I’m surprised at your negative stereotyping.” (I never said to her that these “Aborigines” had been in any trouble) Now she starts walking in circles in her front garden, hands on hips, shaking her head, mumbling something about her daughters bedroom being out the back of the house.

[Read: White People Are Hypocrites]

At this point I actually felt sorry for her. I mean, I had really put this poor women through an ordeal; she was in a real state of shock. I decided to come clean to put her out of her misery.

I said “I’m only joking, there is no Aboriginal family. I made it up to see if you were fair dinkum … you know, about the bridge walk and all that believing in multi-racialism stuff’.

There was a visible moment of relief … swiftly followed by anger …

“You f***ing bastard (etc. etc.)”, and she ran into the house and slammed the door.

To her credit, I saw her the next day, she was polite and said “Good day”. The incident was never mentioned again and relations were cordial.

The moral to the story is that even the most vocal card-holding members of pro-multiracial parties know deep down that their ideology is all lies.

It’s Do as I say, not do as I do with them … and when multi-racialism comes too close for comfort … they will reject it.

…another story on>> Australian leftist hypocrisy.


“As an Australian aboriginal, i can guarantee through my own repeated experiences, that institutionalized racism does NOT exist.”

“When i was growing up I was given 100-fold the advantages the white children in my housing commission received, pre-school was payed for by the government, my school fee’s were all payed for by the government, my dental and healthcare government, when i started to fall behind at school the government payed for a private tutor and even when I got a red dot atar I had no trouble getting into university, which the government payed for.

The reason most black kids fall behind is the fact they’ve got useless no good junkie parents, like mine, and I managed to overcome it because of all the social welfare support I received.

At uni all my teachers went easy on me, almost like they were afraid of failing a half-cast, I likely should have failed, i wasn’t doing nearly as well as other white students who did fail. I’ve received job offers simply for being aboriginal over other more qualified applicants.

At my second job out of uni I was always sent liaise at conferences simply because they wanted to show off their token aboriginal, and i fucking no (know) this because I’m not even close to the best worker, which isn’t surprising because I’m under qualified and only received the position because of my color to begin with. We are given every fucking opportunity, the only thing we have to over come are our parents, and our own fucking community that attempts to keep us down at their level, it’s some kind of sick cultural tall poppy syndrome, all while they blame the white man, who attempted to feed, clothe and educate us as best they could, even at the detriment of their own people.”


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  1. Well written, and so true! Australians are constantly being assailed with our ‘racism’ from the same old crowd that walk across bridges, wave little aboriginal flags and generally behave like self-flagellating penitents whenever the subjects of aborigines or illegal migrants crops up.

    They’ve been getting their support from our government-owned ABC and SBS media corporations which have been infiltrated by the same anarcho/leftist mob of ex-communards and defrocked priests. However they’re about to lose their tax-funded agitprop as the current conservative government has had enough of that nonsense and is about to cut back on their over-generous funding.

    All the bridge walks and flag waving is not going to save many of the staff from ekeing out their lives on the dole queues.

  2. Same sort of people who put little plaques on their house saying that they “acknowledge the traditional owners of land” without any intention of handing over the deeds to whatever tribe was supposed to have inhabited Sydney’s CBD.

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