Monday, March 19, 2012

Woodside Security Tampering with Cultural Heritage Signs James Price Point

1 comment:

  1. In November 1988, the Attorney General asked the Commission to consider "what changes to
    the law, if any, are needed to deter adequately acts which incite racial hatred". The principal
    problem out of which the reference arose is the occurrence of large scale racist poster and
    graffiti campaigns1 on public property in most metropolitan and some rural areas of Western
    Australia from 1983 to the present time.2

    This type of behaviour is offensive and unacceptable. The Government condemns all forms of racial and religious vilification and any behaviour or actions that incite racial hatred."

    Any different to defacing a synagogue or church?Defacing a sign to incite racial hatred.