As you can see, the news headline is ”flush out thee trolls” by the daily telegraph in Sydney Australia 2021. If taken on its face value, we’d be easily led to believe that the social media world is full of abusive people who are targeting innocent people for no reason. These innocent people are having their mental health deteriorate due to this online abuse, and these poor people have no way to have it stopped.
Sure, as someone who has been running my own social media for a milestone of 7 years anniversary in the next few months, I’m in a unique position to comment on how bad trolls can be. Back in 2015 I started making videos criticizing in the most careful way possible, Chinese influence in Australia. This led to the 50 cent army coming after me, the Australian media publicly slandering me, online abuse, trolling, etc, and so on.
There were periods when I went into slight depressions on and off, because of the sheer amount of abuse I endured, suicidal thoughts, and so on. But I knew that talking about these topics was of the utmost importance to the security of my country, my friends, family. Around 2019 I started to become vindicated for my hard work, as the slow to act Australian government, slowly started to be forced to take the rise of China seriously.
Journalist James Campbell Uses Violent Words
You’ll notice that James Campbell (journalist) is attacking social media ”trolls” and ”keyboard cowards” which suggests a few things here. The people who are voicing their concerns online are somehow doing something that is unjust or immoral and that they are using their anonymity as a weapon to attack innocent public figures.
There’s clearly so much to unpack about James Campbells messaging here.
Should the Australian people have the ability to criticize the government or a public figure? Should an Australian citizen have the ability to criticize an Australian politician without suffering serious consequences like they do in China?
If an Australian doesn’t have the ability to criticize the government or a public figure online, then where do they go? Protest? Well, we all know that protesting doesn’t work, look at how the Victorian government used violent police brutality to silence innocent protesters.
If what James Campbell calls cowards, are exposed online, any concerned Australian with an opinion, will have no other way to voice their concerns. Which is exactly how it is in China.
James Campbell calls these people ”Cowards”
This needs to be addressed – How is someone who is worried about losing their job and therefore chooses to be anonymous a coward? Well, they are not, in my opinion, a coward is someone who abuses their power over someone weaker than themselves.
For instance, when a journalist attacks a lower class, poorer, someone with no social media clout, someone with no ability to fight back and defend themselves in any way. When a journalist attacks someone who cannot effectively fight back, doesn’t that make the journalist the ”coward”? Especially when the journalist is using their power to punch down on a weaker, defenseless opponent.
What the Australian Government Defines as a Coward
The Australian government is full of people who have never worked hard to earn a living, it’s full of people who don’t know how it feels to be at the bottom of Australian society and battle their way out (Aussie battler). The Australian government is full of people who don’t know what a moral, ethical, hard-working life entails, because they have never been exposed to it. Therefore, we need to understand how the world looks from the perspective of a spoilt brat that’s always had a silver spoon in it’s mouth.
I can envision a situation where an Australian politician would watch an innocent Australian citizen being bashed to death in front of their own eyes and call them a coward for not having the ability to fight back. This is what the mainstream media and Australian politicians mean when they call you a ''coward'', they are in fact saying that you are a peasant that should do what you're told and never question their authority.
So, if we use the real definition of what a coward is when the government uses the mainstream media to slander innocent people and ruin their lives, or the government uses the police to bash weaker Australian citizens in the street for protesting. This is punching down, therefore by using the proper definition of a coward, the Australian government is in fact the biggest coward in Australian society.
Abuse of Lawfare in Australia
When a wealthier person wants to use lawfare against another in Australia, they can viciously destroy someone else’s life by using the law. China has become famous for this type of behavior, but I wonder where they got the idea from? Well, most of their new ideas have come from the west, so I’d suggest it’s a possibility they partially got this idea from Australia.
This new social media law in Australia will take away Australians right to protect their identity from a wealthier and more powerful elite in Australia, and make them victims of lawfare. There is a clear arrogance amongst the Australian elites, where they think that no one has the right to criticize them, just like the Chinese Communist Party.
Barnaby Joyce Victimhood Gives Australia CCP Powers Over You
I don’t know the ins and outs of this story and frankly, I don’t care. Apparently, Barnaby Joyce’s daughter or something was accused of having an affair with another politician online or something like that. Who cares, but as you can see here, James Campbell is using it in the news article as a reason to have the ability to identify anonymous people online.
Where is this going?
Peng Shuai Disappeared For Accusing the CCP of an Affair
Peng Shuai is currently the worlds number 1 tennis player, which makes this a high profile event. Peng Shuai made a public accusation against someone in the Chinese communist party, but she forgot that no matter how successful you are in China, you are always a peasant when compared to a CCP member.
This is where Australia is heading
This article by James Campbell is one of hundreds of little steps towards a Chinese style communist state here in Australia. Let’s just say that China and Australia are becoming more similar over time, and the only difference here is, in Australia, we will end up having a far more brutal version of communism than China’s, because our leaders have less understanding of what it feels like to work for a living.
The Chinese elites still at least pretend to be from a lower economic status, Xi’s whole life story is about starting life as a farmer and battling his way to the top. In Australia our elites have nothing but contempt for the working class, they see themselves as superior, even though objectively they are in fact inferior spoilt brats, who are themselves cowards and are weak.
With weak cowards at the top, Australia will collapse under it’s own weight within 13 years.