Post on Left Link by ARC to gain support for a protest from members
Tuesday 3rd June 1997

Below is an exact reproduction of the post sent by Terry Symonds of the ARC (Anti-Racist Campaign) in Brisbane to people via the Leftlink web site on the Internet. (LEFT LINK is listed as a "National organisation" on the Australian Labor Party's ACTU web site:

Subject LL: QLD protest against One Nation.


The Brisbane Anti-Racist Campaign will be organising a rally outside the Gold Coast launch of the Pauline Hanson One Nation Party.

The ARC has organised several rallies and marches against racism over the last six months, including a march of 5,000 people through Brisbane last November. It is an umbrella group comprising community groups, unions and individual members of various communities.

At a meeting in Brisbane on Monday, June 2, the ARC decided to publicly protest the Gold Coast stage of Hanson's travelling roadshow. She will be speaking on Tuesday, July 1, at 7.30pm at the Gold Coast Arts Centre, Bundall rd, near Chevron Island. The ARC has advertised a protest outside beginning at 5.30pm.

Buses and other transport will be arranged from Brisbane and details finalised at the next meeting of the ARC at 6pm, Monday June 16. The meeting will be on the second floor of the ACTU building, 16 Peel St, Sth Brisbane.

These meetings are open and all supporters of the campaign are invited to attend and help to organise this and other events.

To contact the ARC.....


Terry Symonds,
ARC (Brisbane)

Now we know where those busloads of people came from... and the type of person who Left Link describe as "Victoria's Broad Left"

In fact they have their own web page. It will shock you if you are main stream Australian, but you see this mix of minorities who are protesting at the various launches of One Nation are not. (I hope).

The many links from their web page include:

But don't believe me... check it out for yourself. Seems like my earlier comments were spot on.

Perhaps even more disturbing is the relationship between the Australian Labor Party and LEFT LINK

The alleged threat by the Brisbane Anti-Racism Campaign to physically assault Pauline Hanson.
The ARC respond to the intelligence report - letter to the Queensland Times, 23rd July 1997.
Just who are the protesters?
Return to launch of Pauline Hanson's One Nation on the Gold Coast