BOARD game that glorifies the violent race riot in Sydney’s Cronulla is being promoted by nationalist group Australia First.The Australia First website holds a link to an anonymous website hosting the Cronulla Monopoly board game.
The game’s anonymous creators say it’s dedicated to “the efforts of all those who had the guts to come along to the rally at Cronulla … to defend the Aussie way of life”.
“They were there to protect ordinary Australians from the Lebanese thugs who travel in packs and gang up on innocent individuals, especially women.”
The object of the game, which can be downloaded from the internet, is to buy property in the Sutherland Shire in order to donate money to right-wing groups like Australia First and Patriotic Youth League.
Images of people waving the Australian flag are positioned on the board, which also contains the words “Today is the Shire’s Independence Day … Freedom to all Aussies”.
Australia First, which is entering a candidate in the New South Wales state election in March, said in a message on its website that it did not create Cronulla Monopoly.
But it said the game “seems to have emerged as a response to the problems of the multiculti (sic) sickness that has gripped Australia.”