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Old 23-06-2009, 01:16 AM
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Default Bikers are soon to become an endangered species

as the heading says
we are all on our way out
many of you might be aware of a website called www.bikernews.net
if not check it out, go back through the 1% news items
all over the world bikers are being targeted
the main (big clubs) are being shut down or targeted
banned from proudly showing the colours they have earned
normal everyday people are being recruited to inform on bikers movements
some might say “that's OK it's the big clubs they are picking on not us small clubs”
But we should all wake up and the Americans say “smell the coffee”
after the Big clubs have gone what's to stop the powers that be from banning the rest of us too!!!!!!!
I am proud to be a biker and they will have to drag me kicking and fighting away from my bike and lifestyle
I don't belong to any formal club or and have no hidden agenda
I just believe that if we don't all stand together
our children and grandchildren will only know what a biker was from history books
We all need to send a message to the governments of the world that they cant get rid of us that easily, and that we will fight for the right to live our lives as we (not they)see fit.

The only way to send a message to our government is by a mass demonstration of bikers maybe in every major city on the same day at the same time

I'm going to post this on all the forums I'm part of and I would ask everyone (if they care about there own lifestyle) to post it on all the forums they are part of

If we manage to get ourselves organised we might be able to save bikers from the history books and keep us, our children and our children's children bikers forever...........

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Old 23-06-2009, 07:04 AM
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and for the millionth posting of the latest internet round robin, our prize goes to,,,,,,,
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Old 23-06-2009, 07:50 AM
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Of course we are endangered.

We sit over a tank full of explosive fuel on a bloody great engine mounted on a couple of wheels and a few hollow tubes to tie it all together.

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Old 23-06-2009, 08:10 AM
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Its not a round robin, its getting serious, dont you think the british old bill have been out to Oz to see whats happening
This stuff is happening every week, but unfortunately some people have their blinkers on!

thius is from the 23rd june
Bikie crackdown 'saved WA $56m'

Western Australia's Police Commissioner says a crackdown on bikie gangs is proving successful.

Operation Jupiter was set up 18 months ago to target organised crime and drug running operations inside the gangs.

Karl O'Callaghan says the operation has led to thousands of charges.

"We've charged 955 people of which 341 belong to bikie gangs. 226 of those were arrested," he said.

"We've laid 2,065 charges of which more than 1,000 were outlaw motorcycle gang people, and this is around the manufacture and distribution of illicit drugs and things like that."

Mr O'Callaghan says the operation is having an impact.

"One of the statistics that I was reading this morning is that the work that Operation Jupiter has been doing around outlaw motorcycle gangs has probably saved the community in Western Australia $56 million in the flow-on problems from the distribution of amphetamines and drugs," he said.

"Amphetamine addiction drives crime, it drives violence in our community, and the bikies are at the centre of the manufacture and distribution of this stuff."

Police are urging residents to 'dob in a bikie' today by calling Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Assistant Commissioner for Specialist Crime, Wayne Gregson, says Crime Stoppers has received 55 calls since the campaign posters were launched.

"About 48 of those have turned into what we consider useable information so that's really good, that's a very high percentage and that's very encouraging," he said.

"I think that it's indicative that the public has a great confidence in Crime Stoppers."

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Old 23-06-2009, 10:32 AM
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Many countries around the world are giving their police forces the power to clamp down on MC clubs and all of them share information and collectively refine their tactics and methods to gain ever increasing power. When they feel they can succeed, they will move in. It is only a matter of time before those powers will be used on a myriad of social groups, not just bikers. Here are a few examples of who could be at risk. Football fans, Peace Campaigners and Environment Groups such as Greenpeace will all become targets for the powers that be to stamp their authority on.

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Old 23-06-2009, 10:42 AM
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im just home from Oz and the cops there seem to be very anti biker, not just 1%. Even 1% charity runs get targeted and its common for the whole run to be stopped every few miles on the run and everybodys details get taken and every bike inspected and every rider breathe tested.
I talked to a few people in clubs there and from what i here they get a lot of hassle from the cops anytime they go anywere
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