Twisted TRUTH by Media at LAKEMBA RALLY 23rd Jan 2015

Well we all know that the Media will only report what they are told to or rather DICTATED and MANIPULATED to report on what is in their interest or agenda.

In fact on most occasions, they twist the truth around so much so that it blame falls to the completely wrong side!

WHY? What do they personally get out of doing this? My question to the mainstream media is what’s in it for them? Why depict the wrong person/s of blame? Doesn’t the MEDIA have a DUTY and responsibility to report events AS THEY HAPPEN?

To give you a quick sample of what the message that came out of the Rally and what they really think and feel about us, our people, our nation, our country, our freedom, was this image!

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This my fellow followers, is a PURE EXAMPLE of the TRUTH the media have twisted around or purposely made to point the finger and the blame in the wrong direction!  Not only this, but have also assumed rather than gathering the real facts of the events!

If they have outright lied to all the public regarding this one event then how much lies have they spun already?

HERE IS THE REAL EVENTS of what happened on Friday 23rd Jan 2015!

Im admin of a few FB Pages and the main one i work on is The House of Representatives…As the event started in Lakemba a few of our members WHO WERE THERE in PERSON started to release their own footage and accounts of what they saw and their version of what really happened.

I contacted each one of these members and requested permission to release the following information!

Please be aware that for their safety and privacy, due to the nature of this event, i will not be releasing their real names but rather letters.

MANY reports including from the organisers of this event and the media say that the turn out was a wonderful effort! There have said that there were 500-800 people that turned up for the rally, all claiming different figures. If you remove the SECURITY and the POLICE out of this equation it was quiet hilarious how they came up with these figures. when you actually view all the footage, that in fact they were lucky to even hit the 300 mark that actually turned out! As you can see, the figure was in fact less than half what they have all been reporting. Yet again inflaming the reality of the event and the turn out! I personally find this funny….I guess they didn’t do too well in mathematics did they!?

Here are a few comments from our members following after the event had ended:


“Just heard this on abc 24 hour news, statement by a cop who was there.
Apparently the Aussies who turned up at the Lakemba rally of anti Charlie Hebdo, were being “antagonistic” and were moved on for their own safety. Lying counts !!!”


Four people were arrested and 10 were removed from the area for breaching the peace, Campsie Local Area Commander Superintendent Michael McLean said.

No charges were laid.

“But we rejected freedom yesterday, we reject freedom today and we reject your freedom tomorrow.”


Inside the police van

Here is another persons account of what REALLY happened at this event


What really happened at the Lakemba hate rally. “Defend the honour of our prophet” Friday the 23-1 2015 @ 8.30pm

A small group of thirteen walked down the main street of Lakemba and made our way to the hate rally. We stood to the right of the podium and recorded. I think 7 women were at the front. All muslem women (those in garbage bags) were kept to the far back by moslem men, remember women aren’t allowed to be at the front with men. Yes our women were not only at the front but uncovered, contrary to islamic customs.

We were inundated by hate by muslems chanting and acting aggressively towards us. The police were very supporting us and defended us from the aggressors. The thirteen of us and one homeless man were the victims and targets of what was a hate rally by muslems.

The hate preacher and spokesman for the extremist group Hizb ut-Tahrir, Wassim Doureihi,provoked and inflamed the mob and gave his order to not only defend islam but to kill us. The police protected us but we were asked to leave for our own safety because the muslems were preparing to charge on us. 4 of the group were extracted in the paddy wagon because of the threat to their safety and not arrested as reported.

Why people who were not there would persist with such misinformation regarding what happened is beyond me. Clearly the muslems believe Lakemba is a no go zone for white Australians. By making derogative comments about what took place by those who were not present is supporting this islamic belief. Does anyone believe the ABC and MSM would report the truth regarding the islamification of Australia?

Pam and I are two unafraid, inoffensive white Austrians in our 60’s who believe Australia is worth defending and who will not support islam’s hate.

Another some of the footage taken of one of the leaders making his speech at the event. Yes they truly do hate us!

Eyewitness account: SB

From our fellow patriots
8 aussie women and 4 aussie guys were removed from a so called peaceful rally tonight at Lakemba ….
The reason given to the media is that we were disturbing the peace
Truth is .. four plain clothes detectives were stationed in our vicinity were monitoring the islamic comments about our group … they were watching the crowd start to hem us in … the order came down from the police chief .. set up a police tunnel … get them out of there … we were escorted to our cars by the riot squad … the guys were put in back of a paddy wagon and transported to Campsie police station for safety … made it look like we were the badies … but truth was .. a number of police could speak Arabic … and moved quickly for our safety as it was during the second speakers hate speech.

EYEWITNESS named: DD only

I have read a lot of peoples accounts of what happened last night at Lakemba. I was going to write this last night, but to frank, by the time I got home it had been a very long day and all I wanted was a shower just to feel clean and human again. Im thankful that I didn’t put ‘pen to paper’ last night as it has given me more time to reflect on what happened and how I feel about it.

I decided quite early on in the week that I would attend the Lakemba Rally. I decided almost as soon as I saw the advert advertising for the event. I didn’t know if I would end up going on my own, or if there would be a group of people going, but either way I was going. I went with two aims in mind. First, I wanted to be able to see for myself what went on and then compare that to what the media portrayed. Secondly, I wanted, just by my presence, to make it known to Hiz Bt Tahir that Lakemba remains Australian soil and due to the democratic country we live in I have the right to be present in Lakemba, even amongst ‘their’ rallies.

In the end, I went with four other people in my car and ended up meeting an additional four people whom we drove into Lakemba with. I took no placards, no signs, no weapons. I took with me my mobile phone, my digital camera, car keys, bottle of drink all neatly packed in my pink back pack. I had decided my position would be quiet. I would take photos and video footage to be able to accurately show what had occurred. I was dressed in a pair of black pants, dressy tank top and thongs. Not the sort of outfit that could be deemed provocative. In fact it was the same attire I had worn to work earlier that day, as I hadn’t had time to go home and shower before leaving for the rally.

So at about 8:00pm we arrived in Lakemba. We parked our cars, climbed out and started heading down to wards the cenotaph. We had parked about 3 blocks away from the cordoned off area. Walking down Haldon Street Lakemba, was where I really received my first impression of Lakema. Garbage, dirty mattresses, tyres, all littered the street. It was putrid to say the least. The fronts of the houses we walked past were equally as vile. The house fronts were unkempt, and not just form a weeks worth of business, but a lifetimes worth of laziness. The people that lived in these houses displayed such a lack of pride in their homes. At one point we walked past the offices for the local member for Labor, Jihad Dib. This was not the Australia I knew, where most Australians are proud of their homes. Of course there are the few Aussies that take no pride in their homes, but not streets of them, certainly not suburbs full of them.

Half way walking down the street, we realised that perhaps we had parked too far away. If things got out of control we wanted to be able to leave with haste. So four of us, myself included, walked back to the car and moved it down to the street that runs parallel to the railway track. We were barely 100m away from area the rally was being held now. We walked the 100m to the rally and met up with the others we had come with. As we approached the rally area, I could see quite a few males kneeling down in the middle of the street praying. The area that was being used for the rally was the cenotaph, right out the front of Lakemba Station. When we arrived, the Cenotaph has already been cordoned off with barricades. A larger area surrounding the cordoned off Cenotaph was being used as a ‘platform’ as such, where microphones had been set up, the Islamic flag (white flag with black Arabic writing on it) was set in the ground.

From this point forward I can only recount events as I saw them. As you can imagine and I’m sure appreciate, is that whilst I went with 8 ‘white Australians’ (and I only use this term to ensure you can differentiate the difference between the Muslim men that were there and us), I end up meeting about another 12 people there and so the 20 of us were spread out over an area of about 10 metres, and there was a lot of noise, (between the sounds of the music and the chants and the speakers), so obviously I can’t tell you what the other 20 white Australians saw or encountered. I can only tell you what happened to me and what I saw. So here it is:

There was a concrete slab that I had chosen to sit down on, simply because I had my digital camera and needed to insert the memory card into it. So I did. From then on I continually swapped between using my digital and my iPhone for videoing purposes. When I wasn’t using my digital camera I handed that to a member of our group to mind while I got the video footage. I managed to obtain both video and some photos. During this time, another member that I was with, pointed out to me that a ‘D’ was standing right behind me. I turned and saw the plain clothes detective, duly noted and then went about securing the photos and video footage I wanted.

During this time, I was surrounded on all three sides with Muslim men. In front, to my right side and behind me. To my left was the 20 white Australian’s that I came with. I took photos of the chants, one speaker who spoke about Muslims not tolerating the abuse of their prophet. Inwardly I cringed hearing them. But I remained fairly silent. Although I am sure my *eye rolls* gave away me feelings.

From the moment the event started, almost promptly at 8:30, I would have sat there taking photos and taking video footage for about 20 minutes, perhaps a little more, but not much. The next thing I was aware of was the people (some of the 20 white Australians) I had come with getting up an moving, no, leaving the area we were in. Startled, I looked up and saw police officers surround me, from (what appeared to be) the tactical response group asking me to move. I was stunned, automatically assuming I and done something wrong. Then as soon as I had that brief thought, my senses returned and knowing I had done nothing wrong, questioned the officers as to why I had to move. I was told to “move away from the area and I’ll tell you why you are being asked to leave”. I realised at that point, while I was picking up my back pack to move and follow their instructions, I realised that I didn’t have my digital camera and told the officers that I was happy to move but I just needed to locate my camera. As it was dark and my camera was black, it was difficult to see if I had it, or it was in my back pack. So the officer, sensing my panic shone his mag light on my bag, where I became aware that I didn’t have my camera. The Officer made me equally aware that I wasn’t to stay there and try and locate it. I hoped against hope that the other member I had been sitting next to had picked up my phone. Were not forcibly removed (i.e., the use of force). At no point did any of the police officers touch me. But they certainly made sure I was guided out of that area in a way that I couldn’t avoid nor escape the path they wanted me to take, to the back of the rally and back out on to Haldon Street, on the top of the bridge that goes across the railway line. At this point, when I met up with the other members I was reunited with my camera, only to be made aware that one of the 20 white Australians had been taken in a paddy van. That member had travelled with me to the event, and before we had arrived at the event, we had made a pact that ‘we came together, we stay together, and we leave together’. At this point the police that was closest to me, made it clear to us that the member had NOT been arrested. That member had in fact been removed from the area for his own safety and had been taken to Campsie Police station where he would be released. The same Officer made it clear to us that we were being asked to be removed for our own safety as the police had been advised that were about to be ‘attacked’. We were advised that we should attend Campsie Police station to collect our friend, and strongly advised not to return to Lakemba. A member (perhaps two, Im not clear on this point), followed us back to our cars to ensure our safety.

From there we headed directly to Campsie Police Station, where we picked up the member after waiting for about 5-10 minutes max for him to be released. Once he had been released we spent a few moments getting details on what had happened, and then getting a couple of photos out the front of the Police Station for posterity. We all left and drove home, dropping members off to their respective homes. I was home by about 11:30.

That’s the actual chronology of events as I saw it.

Now let me tell you about the event itself.

I am not very good at estimating figures at rallies. I have seen the figure of 700-800 people attended. I would concur it was a fairly accurate guess. The make up of people that attended were predominately male muslim men. That being said, there were females and children that attended. The females, or at least the females that I saw, were standing towards the back of the rally, in fact across the street in front of the shops. (although I have since seen photos of women near the front holding up placards, but where I was positioned last night I couldn’t see them). There were children holding signs which I did see. There was even a child that came up to one of the ’20 White Australian’s and said to him “Why don’t you just go away!”.

Of the White 20 Australian’s there was a member that was dressed with a headscarf that comprised of an Australian flag and a member that played our national anthem. I have absolutely no objection to this. My initial reaction, I have to admit to the scarf was “oh my, that’s keen!”, but then I remembered why we were there. This is Australia. In Australia we are a democratic country where we fortunate to have freedom of speech, freedom to wear what we wear. If we have to evaluate our wardrobes before we go to any event, we may as well not attend, as we have already succumbed to their wish of being told what to wear and where and when to wear it. I will stand proudly with anyone that chooses to wear a bandanna, a T-shirt that promotes Australia or anyone that chooses to play the national anthem on their phone (which might I add was only played for a very short time and could hardly be heard because of the volume of the chants, speakers and brain-washing music that was being played).

The ‘highlight’ of the night, (pls read that to mean: the thing that grabbed my attention the most), was that we were asked to remove ourselves from a public rally. A rally that was held on Australian soil, in an Australian city, my city. Not only that, we were advised not to return to that area once we had left. I hold the police in the highest regard and have enormous amounts of respect for their job and the work they do, but found it incomprehensible that the very police that should be protecting my right to voice my opinions, participate in my freedom of speech, alt alone stand in a public street, were the very people removing me and allowing me the opportunity to do this. By removing us from a suburb and public street that should belong to ALL of us, I was witness to the “Islam will rule your streets’ gaining a foothold. And I was disgusted. This is not the Australia I grew up in. To be labelled by both the Police and the media as a person that is part of a ‘right wing extremist group’ is nothing short of being an insult. I am part of NO group. Quite simply, I am a proud patriotic Australian citizen who loves my country and holds dear the values that we have here. But I guess without the label “right-wing extremist group” it’s hardly newsworthy.

I was witness to their right to hold placards (the same placards, that had I been holding would have ‘ insighted public disturbance), their right to have speakers to promote Islam and the sanctity of their prophet. I was witness to my non allowance of the right to speak out against my concerns about Islam and their ‘prophet’. I observed my right to remain on a public street being refused. I was witness to Islamic men giving me death stares and making it well known that they were angry that we were there.

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In short, I was was witness to the decay of the Australia I once knew. Tolerance is no longer a word we can use in Australia, as I discovered last night, it no longer applies. Well to be accurate, it no longer applies to me. “Tolerant” applies to me, but “tolerance” does not. I am required now to be tolerant of their views and beliefs, however I am no longer afforded tolerance for my views. “No Go’ areas is a word we as Australians can feel free to use, because last night I discovered that Lakemba is now a “No Go” zone for White Australians, or be more accurate, non Muslims.

For years I have been witness to thousands of people, sitting at home from the comforts of their lounges, whinging and complaining about Islam taking over our country. And I agree with you. But what are we doing about it? Last night I was witness to 20 or so people doing Something. Yes, I can almost hear you screaming from behind your computer ‘but what did you actually achieve?”

I achieved factual insight, because I was there. Not just FB hearsay. I made my presence known simply by taking photos and video footage. I made the Muslims aware, by my presence, that I am NOT accepting of their Islam. I think that there are lots of ways to be assertive with out being aggressive. I was able to assert my position and my views by maintaining my silence but by being present. I AM able to contradict the media’s portrayal of what occurred because I WAS there. I personally think more could have been achieved with more people there standing by my side, especially if we stood there in silence, but there was more of us. Why? Because our mere presence on what they deem as ‘their soil’ makes them uncomfortable. You can almost physically see them squirm. And I like that. Silence, but greater numbers is far superior. It gives us the upper hand in showing them by the numbers that we aren’t accepting of their views, of their Islam. By being silent again provides us with the upper hand in that the media can’t accuse of insighting violence by being antagonistic. It makes it harder for the media to provide footage of us being aggressive. But most importantly, it makes it impossible for the Islamists to play the victim card! And I like that!

Whilst I reflected on the outcome of the rally for me personally, being escorted away from it before it had even finished, I was horrified and saddened to think that the Australia I once knew is gone forever. But it doesn’t have to be. I won’t sit back and allow it. Whilst I have breath in my body, I will fight time and time again for the Australia I once new and the removal of Islam from our country. I just hope that people will cease just talking the talk and actually walk the walk!

NB 1: I am not tagging anybody that was involved in this post, as I support peoples right to remain anonymous.

NB 2: Below are some of the photos that I took from the rally before I was assertively removed. I have video footage of the chant and some of the speaker.

NB 3: All of the posts I make on my wall are private, for friends only. I have elected for my own reasons to make this a public post.

Deb Dalby's photo.
Deb Dalby's photo.
Deb Dalby's photo.
We are now waiting for further footage & other accounts but as you can CLEARLY see from all above accounts the blame here does NOT lie on the 20 or so Australians that stood strong in silence watching but more so lies on the organisers of this event for the pure reason that this is Australia and we all have the given right to be here or in Lakemba! The very freedom that we deserve is the very same freedom that has allowed these people to stand and practice their hate speech for our country and our people! The blame here show very well be put onto the MEDIA and the AUTHORITIES for lying and twisting the truth of what really happened. They are also to blame for allowing this event to go ahead with so much hate towards all of us!
I put it to the media to answer this WHY TURN the truth around WHY insult our intelligence but out right spinning the crap so far from truth?
Let me leave you with this as your last thoughts!
Have a look at this last picture and ask yourself this…With such a good Media turn out WHY have they all reported of arrests due to the 20 Australian people who were at this rally for disturbance when you can clearly see from all the above this was NOT the case at all!?
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There was one last thing which i personally found insulting and very disturbing was this picture which was also taken by this witness and shared.
THE out right dishonor of our past!
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