IAN RINTOUL THE ENEMY OF AUSTRALIAN WORKERS, PENSIONERS AND HOMELESS                                                                   

Ian Rintoul is an Australian political advocate. Rintoul is a refugee advocate and Director of the Refugee Action Coalition.

He was a veteran member of the International Socialist Organisation, but was one of many of the membership who left in 2003 over the issues of the group’s involvement, in the Socialist Alliance. He moved on to be a founding member of the organisation Solidarity in Sydney.

Several years back Ian Rintoul appeared on a Sydney radio station and stated “that there should be a policy that anyone who seeks to come to Australia can come.” He replied to a question posed by John Laws, he said, “that there was no limit to the number of refugees (his term for them) who should be permitted entry to Australia. He added that we should be prepared to accept a lower standard of living.”

Rintoul is a long standing Trotskyite communist, a matter to which we will tell you more. But first, understand that Rintoul owns properties and his mother owns an old style country homestead in the southern Highlands (NSW).

Although it may be at first hard for ordinary people to follow, Rintoul’s goes something like this:

1. We want a communist revolution to create universal equality.

2. The poor must learn first that they have no country, no identity, no race, no nation, nothing but their status as the poor class.

3. To get there we must even assist capitalism, which in its quest for cheap labour and open borders, drops immigration barriers, the more immigrants, the more refugees the better.

4. They hasten the day when the poor of the earth recognize  their unity – and rebel,

This the cry of a maniac.

The Australian workers are losing their country, their identity, and a future. They want their country and they want to take it back from the leader of the globalists and the United Nations and their cheap identity-free hordes.

If Ian Rintoul was to go to a building site to raise funds – as he has done, but with little success – and to accidentally fall off the scaffolding, we don’t think any true Australian would miss him.