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Aussie/NZ Anti racist site up and running!

Fight Dem Back - Aussie/NZ Anti racist site up and running!

It's the moment you've all been waiting for.

http://www.fightdemback.com is now on the air.

There are still a couple of rendering issues/bugs to iron out. Still a few pics to upload etc.

Actually, most of the second section "factsheets" etc, is still under construction.

You should all find the categories system very useful for finding info on the various people/groups that are active.

Again - for all the WN's reading this - to save me the trouble of emailing you all with private reassurances of your continuing privacy, please cut and paste the following section.

FDB will NOT be posting the addresses, phone numbers, liscence plates of New Zealand and Australia's "White Nationalist" activists. There is such a thing as privacy laws and we intend to obey them. You often rant and rave about your democratic right to promote your views and we respect that. Understand that we are merely exercising our democratic right to oppose you. This is a campaign that will call you on your questionable "facts", beliefs, intimidatory tactics and general modus operandi.

We will be applying modern journalistic ethics which deem any and all political activity taking place in the public sphere to be fair game. If perchance any of you feel your privacy has been compromised, do not hesitate to contact me to rectify the situation.

We are being hosted on a friendly server who is very much keen to break my ONE HOUR RECORD of getting the site up and running should we cop another DDOS attack. That and well, we have two back up domains ready to go.

The site will have a blog format with regular updates on our favourite "patriots and patriotic groups". We will also air daily newsbriefs regarding stories of interest to our members. This forum will stay as the main hub of the campaign with all "discussions" taking place here.

All contributions and suggestions welcome.

FDB Crew


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