A scary Monash council candidate intends to form a “White Australia Party” as a splinter group from One Nation.
Neil Smith, previously expelled from Pauline Hanson’s One Nation party, is flying the flag of race-hate in the council elections which see quality candidates like “Mr Australia” Martin Sifredi present for the first time.
The stirrer-freak has distributed thousands of flyers promoting “100 years moratorium on coloured immigration.”
He admits to being a “racist” who will “aggressively reject” council monies going to immigrants.
Locals say Smith is concerned that Anglo-Saxon Glen Waverley is becoming “full of coloureds.”
Smith has foreshadowed plans to run against Veterans’ Affairs Minister Alan Griffin, a crafty politician known for his preference deals with presumed political foes. Griffin once stitched up a sweet deal with Family First which got Stephen Fielding elected.
It is considered unlikely he would pursue a deal with Smith after the loon referred to the Prime Minister Kevin Rudd as a communist and referred to his home state of Queensland as “totalitarian.”
Even One Nation has drawn the line, pledging that his brand of racism isn’t welcome in their party, which expresses concern about Asian and Muslim immigration.