Remember what Voltaire said about recognizing who your master is?
Brendon O’Connell was jailed for three years for hurting a Jew’s feelings.
Unrepentant, he continued to resist the corrupt Masonic Jewish
establishment in Australia. He wants to continue the fight from Iran.
Here he summarizes his story and gives his first impressions of Tehran.
by Brendon O’Connell
Its a strange feeling – being “on the run”. Stateless. Warrants out for your arrest. I’m not from Syria. Not from Iran. Not from Iraq. I’m from Australia, and it’s not a joke.
My name is Brendon O’Connell. I’m 46. I have the notoriety of being the first person in Australia jailed under the state of Western Australia’s racial vilification legislation. My heinous crime? Calling ultra Zionist Jewish activist Stanley Elliot KEYSER a “racist jew” with a religion of “racism, hate, homicide and ethnic cleansing.” Those are the words that started it all, way back on May 2nd, 2009. Those words were considered so horrifyingly “hurtful” and “likely to offend”, I was subsequently given one year’s jail for that particular charge, one of six. Hurting someone’s feelings was officially criminalized. But we should add for the record, that Stanley did not proffer any evidence of his hurt feelings; he just let it be known we should all accept his emotional state as “fact”. Maybe he should write a memoir?
Before the trial, the Israeli Ambassador to Australia and the Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister turned up at a huge rally to support a ‘Friends Of Israel’ meeting. Over 1,500 West Australians turned up including just about all of the W.A state and federal political class either in person or by letter.
Stanley KEYSER was a key note speaker. I was mentioned by name. This was a week before the original August 16th, 2010 start of my trial. Needless to say my lawyer John BOUGHER panicked and the state’s establishment “got the message”. I would not be presenting any evidence at my trial and I could forget about any notions of “justice”.
I was given 11 years jail in total – found guilty on six of seven charges utilizing a second section of the legislation. Found guilty on five counts, I received two years jail for each count for a grand total of 11 years including Stanley’s hurt feelings. Then judge John WISBEY made them “concurrent” and squeezed multiple acts into one – making for a total of three years.
I was made eligible for parole but I was deemed so dangerous by the West Australian Parole Board I was refused parole – who knows whose feelings might be hurt next? Safety of the community is paramount! So, while repeat sex offenders, child rapists and general riff raff walked in and out of the jail violating their parole conditions at will – I languished in Casuarina Prison, the state’s maximum security jail for the worst of the worst.
There is not the word count space to describe my time in jail adequately – so much went on, it will fill a book. Suffice to say, I learnt from first hand sources just how utterly corrupt the West Australian police, prison officers, judiciary and political class really were. Maybe this pyramid on the side of the main court in Perth indicates something? They have one on the Israeli supreme Court building too.
After jail, more charges followed. ould When Chief Judge SLEIGHT of the Perth District Court ordered me for a psychiatric review stating I was “clearly delusional” based on my blog postings – that was enough for me. I hit the road. There are three warrants for my arrest. My current lawyer emailed me and wished me luck.
So here I am. 5000 miles from home in downtown Tehran. ‘The Wild Colonial Boy’ meets a Leon Uris “Exodus” novel. I applied for political asylum to the Islamic Republic of Iran via it’s Foreign Minister on Saturday, the 5th of November. I had a nice chat with an official. (Out of interest, they all know who Dr Steve Pieczenik is over here.) Will they accept me? I’d like to think so. But Australia and Iran are seeking good relations and they are natural trading partners. The Iranian governments main priority are 80 million hungry people – not a slightly overweight belligerent bad tempered ethnic Irish Australian with a personal bar fight going on Down Under. I am owed a parliamentary inquiry for the debacle of the last seven years and a very public rebuking of the Israeli state for interfering in my 2011 trial. I wont be holding my breath.
Meanwhile, as I wait, I observe, and slowly make my way around town with the aid of Google Maps. I’ve got three Iranian/Farsi words down and am adding every day. Hami from Press TV is in touch. He’s in Berlin and might catch up if he can. Friends who have lived in Iran give me some advice over ‘Whatsapp’. I’m sure that encryption they have on it is first rate
They have a pretty good public transport system here and you can get around anywhere. Its cheap. Persians are notoriously polite and friendly. For a people who have suffered under long sanctions and constant Cold War style attacks, they don’t seem to bear a grudge and love meeting foreigners.
Sanctions continue and your Visa Credit Card is not going to work here. Forget about transferring money from your bank account to here with any ease. Bring cash, Euro’s and US dollars. Food is cheap. Even in the modern western style shopping malls in the wealthier parts of town.
If Islam is oppressive to women I don’t see it here. They drive, they make up the majority of the university places and they work actively at all levels of the community and government. If they are “oppressed” it is in the public domain of dress. In that, they dress with dignity. You will not see 13 year old girls dressed like two bit hookers on the streets of Tehran. Apparently, the femmo-nazi’s surrounding Hillary Clinton base “woman’s rights” on your ability to dress and act like a Hollywood porn star. I guess high levels of education, work and family life don’t factor into the “freedom model” of the “progressives” of Western Civilization?
Another thing I have noticed about women here is a quiet confidence. Women covering up raises their self worth. Would be nice to bring 10 two bit pill popping night club ho’s here, cover them in some stylish garb and see how they feel.
I’ve seen three people wearing head phones and listening to their “smart phone”. Persians don’t seem to walk into light poles with their heads buried in their phones either. I guess Pokemon Go never made it here? Few talk on their phones on trains. Their kids seem unbearably happy – I haven’t seen a tantrum on the street yet – there’s still time however. Maybe they need to put more fluoride into their water and hand out IPads to get the juvenile mental illness up to scratch with ‘the west’? Clearly the Iranian public have not caught on to the joy of messaging your friends on Facebook while in the same room and other ‘western’ habits. They seem to talk to each other face to face. Facebook and You Tube are banned! War crime!
Sanctions have bitten hard. Unemployment is a problem. Buildings not in the wealthy part of town appear run down. But this ain’t Cuba.
Once the sanctions are fully lifted, Iran will grow rapidly, economically. A highly educated, sophisticated population not poisoned with fluoride and IPads; a fully indigenous high technology sector – based in the military; strong nationalist outlook with a cohesive family structure – whilst also seeking to engage with others. Israel and the satanist, pedophile, Kabbalist run ‘west’ cannot stand this thought any more than they can stand Trump.
Maybe Iran will pull off what ‘the west’ never could? Combine a high technology future with a 4000 year old stable culture with the family as central? Unstable families lead too an unstable society and President Vladimir Putin considers that a national security issue. He should know, his country is only just recovering after seventy years of satanist/communist rule. Iran never allowed the break down of the core family unit and has never allowed the poison of the degenerate “do as thou wilts” satanist ideology to sneak through the back door as “progressive values”.
I hope I can stick around to watch things unfold.