How to Combat the Political Police

Section Three

How The Political Police Work Against Patriots

The simplest job undertaken by the political police is the collection of data. If they get your name, they start a file, and ascertain your personal details. Probably they will never do much about you if you are only a rank and file Member. That doesn't mean, of course, that in the years ahead when nationalists struggle for power, long lists of names might suddenly become available for every opponent of our cause, but right now this is improbable. They hope that you're the type to drop out - even at this, the lowest type of threat: the creation of a personal dossier.

If, however, you get a reputation, or become active as a militant, then you are "targeted". Visits to your home or work (an old Queensland Special Branch favourite) may take place to upset your family or employer. Veiled threats may be made ("Step out of line and we'll get you", etc.). However, the usual techniques of interview (from actual cases) are as follows:

(a) "We agree with your ideas, but you'll never get anywhere with X running things. We suspect him of being the real culprit we're after for XYZ (manufactured) offences".

First they "agree" - to get your confidence. Then they focus on another person - like gossips - and denounce him as the cause of them visiting you. They want you to suspect him of offences, etc., and to trust them. They aim to destabilise any and all Nationalist organisations.

(b) "Your party is a threat in a way to multiracial-type policies, but your methods... ha, ha, ...not professional; you'd be wise to think about doing things some other way...".

This line of comment is designed to denigrate your efforts, and make you question your actions and organisation. In belittling nationalist tactics as "not professional", it is hoped that you may instead rechannel your efforts through more "respectable" (professional?) avenues (i.e. such a "respectable", conservative avenue is actually "the road to nowhere", a safe path that achieves nothing - the political police know this, and that is why they are eager to misdirect our energies into such a dead-end street).

The aim of the political police is to harass you, destabilise you, sow seeds of discord, and alienate you from your true comrades - those other Members with whom you have banded together in the cause of Australian Nationalism.

Bear in mind they have been trained as interrogators - you haven't been. However, if you use a little common sense, you can get through your first "contact". After that start studying so you can operate efficiently and correctly.

Basically they are "cops". Remember the old Mutt and Jeff routine. "Good Guy - Bad Guy" game. We all know that one from a few police movies. The technique never changes. It's used when you're under arrest (or interrogation).

Also they want to IMPRESS YOU with their knowledge of you (easily acquired), or the nationalist group (guesswork and a few publications can, with a "sharp operator" doing the talking, appear complete). They want to scare you (a cop game!) at all times. Remember, they are just men - and are as vulnerable as you. They might embarrass you in various ways; they might make threats. Nationalists will ensure they are paid back in time.

If you are "forced" to talk to them: To their lies make it clear that you know that they are part of the Establishment apparatus, and that you are a patriot, a nationalist, nothing more, nothing less.

REMEMBER AT ALL TIMES: The State in Australia is not neutral at all. It is a coercive machine which pushes anti-Australian politics against our nation and people. No political policeman can EVER be trusted.

Political police want to know everything: Who nationalists are, how many there are, and what they do. They "need" all this in case they can frame-up leaders, and otherwise destabilise the organisation. It is essential that they find out as little as possible. They cannot fight what they do not "know".

The political police are sophisticated enough to orchestrate a media campaign against nationalist groups (about alleged violence, etc.), or even set up bogus groups (or promote fake or "strange" groups). They can also "investigate" your business affairs and personal emotional life, in such a way as to try to disrupt your private life. All this was done to the old Communist Party. Don't believe it won't be tried on nationalists. The 1980s and 1990s have seen attacks upon the personal and family lives of a number of Nationalist leaders and activists.

How to Combat the Political Police

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