A man has unleashed a withering spray at neo-Nazis who attempted to join a No march at the start of the weekend.
In the video posted on social media platform X the man shouts at the entirely black-clad group of around 20 men standing with their backs to the wall near Victoria’s State Parliament on Saturday.
The men, who mostly wear black balaclavas and carry a large banner that reads ‘Voice = Anti-White’, are seen in the footage being kept away from the main march by metal barriers and a line of watching police.
‘Is that right because I’m Turkish and I am Jewish?’ the outraged activist shouts at the group. ‘F*** man one word triggers you boys, one word Jewish.’
A man (pictured) has unleashed a withering spray at neo-Nazis who attempted to join a No march at the start of the weekend
One of the men dressed in black answered back that it is because the man is Turkish.
‘Because of something I don’t get to choose you’re judging me,’ the activist responded.
‘Do you deny that Jews control all the mainstream media?’ a man from the group asked.
‘Who am I to discern that mate, let alone make a banner in the march?’ the activist said. ‘You are living in a fantasy bro. I don’t understand. I am perplexed.’
The man asks one of the group if they used to be a soldier before asking if he stood up for his country or for white people.
‘What a f***ing joke bro,’ the activist said in disgust.
One of the group asks their interrogator what he is doing in Australia leading him to launch into an epic spray.
‘Mate, I don’t get to f***ing choose I was born in Carlton,’ he said.
‘You think that’s logically possible. You don’t think the infrastructure of this country would f***ing fall over if people from migrant backgrounds (left)’
‘What happens if you get rid of all the migrants? You get to jerk off all you white boys together what is the point
‘This f***in country is built on migrants
‘Your government that you fought for, migrated thousands of migrants back in the 60s and 70s for free and they paid for their f***ing education
‘You are the f***ing minority, my friend and you are a weak, weak band all your f***ing boys, all 20 of you have f***ing nothing absolutely f***ing nothing.
‘Snatching flags off people that are just here to express themselves.
‘You’re all f**iing joke. Find a reason to actually hate on me. “Oh you’re Turkish, you are Jewish” job done. F***ing ignorant, f***ing ignorant pieces of s**t.’
When asked what he is doing here the man replied: ‘I am only here to tell other people to know that’s it ok to tell you f yourself. I am attacking my ideas mate and you are going after me for something I can’t control.’
In another video posted on X an elderly man dressed in an Australian army uniform with medals is seen arguing with a black-clad man as they try to join the protest.
‘Don’t have your f***ing masks on,’ the elderly digger says. ‘Take your masks off.’
Protests unfolded in Melbourne on Saturday as Australians marched in support of the No campaign
One of the unmasked men says they have their masks off because they have already lost their jobs.
‘Don’t bring it into the bloody rally that was organised before you got here,’ the Digger replies.
After another person says the neo-Nazis are not welcome to join the march and the digger repeats the send-off.
‘You are not invited to this rally,’ he said.
Police used pepper spray on some members of the group of men clad in black when they ran to stand on the steps of state parliament.
However, they moved on after receiving an order to do so and there were no arrests reported.
Meanwhile pandemonium broke out at the larger No campaign rally in central Sydney when former UAP MP Craig Kelly confronted a group of about 15 people who were attempting to storm the stage.
The group, who were associated with fringe right-wing Australia One party demanded that conspiracy theorist Dave ‘Guru’ Graham be allowed to speak at the event in Hyde Park.
‘Let the people speak, let the people speak,’ they chanted with a loudspeaker as Mr Kelly blocked them going on stage for the event which was primarily organised by NSW upper house Liberal Democrat MP John Ruddick.
There was a heavy police presence at the rally, including riot squad officers, but they were not called on to step in and the confrontation ended peacefully.
Mr Graham told Daily Mail Australia he was not being allowed to speak because he would ‘tell the truth’.
Speakers at the two-hour rally, which began at 12pm, included Mr Kelly, NSW Liberal Democrat upper house MP John Ruddick, NSW One Nation representative Tania Mihailuk as well as Indigenous Elders Bruces Shillingsworth Snr and Auntie Glenda.
A fringe far right group tried to get on stage at the No campaign rally in Sydney but were blocked by former UAP MP Craig Kelly (pictured back centre_
A crowd listens to some of the speakers at the No campaign rally held in Sydney’s Hyde Park on Saturday
Mr Ruddick said the periodic disturbances made throughout the day by the Australia One supporters should not detract from the event’s success .
‘They were about 15 loud people out of about 5000,’ he told Daily Mail Australia.
‘All we wanted to do was speak about the referendum but they said “no, we want to talk about 12 other issues”.