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Joel Birch

Animal friendly, anti-fascist, gay positive, pro feminist.

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  • I’m sorry I can’t be there today in Brisbane to march with you. Bel and I both have a cold, and it would be irresponsible for us to participate, however we thankfully got to participate here on the Sunshine Coast. Our daughter is down there marching with her friends, stay safe everyone, film the police, you can download an app from Copwatch.org.au to do so.
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    I’m sorry I can’t be there today in Brisbane to march with you. Bel and I both have a cold, and it would be irresponsible for us to participate, however we thankfully got to participate here on the Sunshine Coast. Our daughter is down there marching with her friends, stay safe everyone, film the police, you can download an app from Copwatch.org.au to do so.

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  • A group of armed men bash two unarmed women.
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    A group of armed men bash two unarmed women.

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  • There are five spaces for a custom A2 illustration now available, head to www.joelfcbirch.com/store if you’d like to get one.
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    There are five spaces for a custom A2 illustration now available, head to www.joelfcbirch.com/store if you’d like to get one.

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  • Racist insignia on a police officer in Costa Mesa.  The group’s insertion of “Three Percent” into its name is noteworthy. It indicates a fellowship with a larger movement that’s long been active around the fringes of the white supremacist ecosystem.  Founded in 2008, the Three Percent movement takes its name from the idea that only 3 percent of American colonists took up arms against the British. Members fashion themselves as today’s version of those rebels. On its website, the overarching Three Percent group insists it’s not a militia, nor is its aim to overthrow the government. Instead, the goal is, “to utilize the fail-safes put in place by our founders to reign in an overreaching government and push back against tyranny.” The loosely organized group rose to national prominence when some of its self-identified members provided security to alt-right rallies around the country. Heavily armed Three Percenters were photographed in military-style combat gear guarding the perimeter of last year’s white supremacist Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.  Wikipedia: The Three Percenters, also styled 3 Percenters, 3%ers and III%ers,[1] are an American far-right militia movement[2][3] and paramilitary group.[4] The group advocates gun ownership rights and resistance to the U.S. federal governments involvement in local affairs.  Oath Keepers (11 surrounded by stars): According to the SPLC, the group espouses a number of conspiracy and legal theories associated with the sovereign citizen movement and the white supremacist posse comitatus movement.  Oath Keepers and the 3%ers in general have varying ties from loose to firm with White Supremacist groups and Neo-Nazi groups.
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    Racist insignia on a police officer in Costa Mesa. The group’s insertion of “Three Percent” into its name is noteworthy. It indicates a fellowship with a larger movement that’s long been active around the fringes of the white supremacist ecosystem. Founded in 2008, the Three Percent movement takes its name from the idea that only 3 percent of American colonists took up arms against the British. Members fashion themselves as today’s version of those rebels. On its website, the overarching Three Percent group insists it’s not a militia, nor is its aim to overthrow the government. Instead, the goal is, “to utilize the fail-safes put in place by our founders to reign in an overreaching government and push back against tyranny.” The loosely organized group rose to national prominence when some of its self-identified members provided security to alt-right rallies around the country. Heavily armed Three Percenters were photographed in military-style combat gear guarding the perimeter of last year’s white supremacist Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Wikipedia: The Three Percenters, also styled 3 Percenters, 3%ers and III%ers,[1] are an American far-right militia movement[2][3] and paramilitary group.[4] The group advocates gun ownership rights and resistance to the U.S. federal governments involvement in local affairs. Oath Keepers (11 surrounded by stars): According to the SPLC, the group espouses a number of conspiracy and legal theories associated with the sovereign citizen movement and the white supremacist posse comitatus movement. Oath Keepers and the 3%ers in general have varying ties from loose to firm with White Supremacist groups and Neo-Nazi groups.

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  • See you there.
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    See you there.

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