Nazi Recruitment Posters Found Plastered Around Australian University

They were put up by the so-called Antipodean Resistance.

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Jan 4 2018, 12:50am

Source: Antipodean Resistance (website)

Racist posters, appearing to be a Nazi Youth recruitment effort, have appeared around Charles Sturt University’s (CSU) Bathurst campus in NSW over the summer break, news.com is reporting.

Promoting the neo-Nazi group known as the Antipodean Resistance, the flyers contain images of swastikas and slogans such as “Life or death: Family or f*ggotry".

Source: Antipodean Resistance / news.com.au

The alt-right collective, which describes itself as the “Hitlers you’ve been waiting for”, detailed the activity in one of its monthly reports, which outline its activities. The group summarises its ethos on its website, which states that Australia is "terminally ill":

“We have had enough," it continues. "We refuse to keep sitting by and watching our people falter ... We oppose substance abuse, homosexuality, and all other rotten, irresponsible distractions laid before us by Jews and globalist elites.”

Source: Antipodean Resistance / news.com.au
CSU swiftly removed the posters and released a statement that said the university "condemns the content of a series of stickers which appeared at various sites on the Bathurst campus during the official Christmas New Year closure period ...

"As an organisation driven by the values, Insightful, Inclusive, Impactful and Inspiring, Charles Sturt University will not tolerate such offensive material.”

The hate group, which claims to have been founded in Victoria at the end of 2016, also claimed responsibility for posters put up around Melbourne's CBD prior to the same sex marriage plebiscite. The posters equated gay people with paedophilia and child molestation by using false statistics.

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