No Mongols Allowed

November 26, 2018

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No Mongols Allowed

Two American tourists were denied entry into Australia last Wednesday because they were alleged to be members of the Mongols Motorcycle Club.

The two were stopped and turned around at Melbourne International Airport by Australian Border Force officers after a 16-hour flight from Los Angeles.

Press Release

The Border Force issued a press release that said the two had “had their visas cancelled and (were) removed from Australia after being linked to an outlaw motorcycle gang (OMCG).”

“Both passengers had their visas cancelled under s116(1)(e) of the Migration Act 1958.”

“Acting ABF Regional Commander Greg Dowse said the ABF is committed to protecting the Australian community from harm.”

“‘These gangs pose a significant threat to our community and are known to be involved in serious criminal activity including drug trafficking and violent crime,’ Acting Regional Commander Dowse said.”
“Any non-citizen involved with a criminal organisation such as a bikie gang can expect to be identified and targeted by the ABF, have their Australian visa cancelled and then be removed from the country.”


Australia has been trying to outlaw traditional motorcycle clubs for the last 15 years. South Australia banned fortified clubhouses in 2003. In 2008 the same Australian state enacted the Serious and Organised Crime (Control) Act which was described as “the world’s toughest anti-bikie laws.” In 2013, Queensland enacted the Vicious Lawless Association Disestablishment Act (or VLAD Law) which was intended to make members of selected motorcycle clubs into second class citizens. Among other provisions, the VLAD laws forbid members of prohibited motorcycle clubs from associating with each other in public.

The Australian laws are part of a worldwide law enforcement effort to forbid membership in motorcycle clubs and one facet of that war on bikers has been to forbid international travel by alleged motorcycle club members.

In 2012, The Hells Angels Motorcycle Corporation filed a lawsuit against then Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Alejandro Mayorkas who is the Director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. The suit contested the American foreign policy that isputes the official United States foreign policy that declared “the Hells Angels, the Outlaws, Bandidos, and the Mongols” to be organized crime groups. The policy asserted “that these groups operated as permanent organized criminal societies. Active membership in these groups could reasonably be considered to involve a permanent association with criminal activities….”

Last month, the Attorney General for Queensland introduced a bill into the state parliament that would guarantee basic human rights for citizens including freedom of movement, expression, peaceful assembly and association, and a right to privacy and reputation.

Yesterday, a conservative politician named Tim Mander claimed the codification of basic human rights should be rejected because it would hurt the war on motorcycle clubs.

“They will claim that their human rights are being contravened if they’re not allowed to assemble together,” Mander complained. “The Liberal Nattional Party proved in government with our tough anti-bikie laws that this was a crucial point to breaking the bikies’ control in society and that is not allowing them to associate together.”


7 Responses to “No Mongols Allowed”

  1. Stevo Says:


    The Aussies are busy handing their country over to muslims and chinks. Its only whites rhat get fucked over there.


  2. Damon Says:

    I wonder at what point the Australian Customs & Immigration people knew about the affiliation. In not turning them away from boarding the outgoing flight from the USA, I’m surprised they didn’t have them followed to see what the visit was about other than exchanging early Christmas gifts.

    It’s an example of The Fish & Chip Act – when all else fails, lock them up then look for whatever you can pin on people. The Australian Immigration people have been on steroids for several years now, and have managed to pass legislation that anyone with a criminal record who is not a citizen can be deported.

    They have also been using much the same laws to prevent non-citizen residents from re-entering the country after visiting the old country, which is how they got rid of Alex Vella, the National President of the Rebels MC.
    They are sneaky folks, and getting sneakier. Permanent residents don’t get the same rights as citizens, tourists even less. It’s a bad idea these days to wear a support shirt to an airport.

  3. freebird Says:

    Sound’s like they are dusting off the operational manual titled

    Operation Hummingbird

    Others call it the night of the long knives

  4. Stoney Says:

    This is what happens when your ruled and not governed.
    The USA is trying their best to do the same thing here just a matter of time.

  5. J Rock Says:

    Hard to believe these stupid ass laws weren’t met with more resistance. Screw with clubs, but I bet they let gang bangers in no damn problem.

  6. Phuquehed Says:

    Good ol’ Australia and the pussies that vote these cocksucking cunts into office to fuck *everyone* over and deny their rights to even basic shit.

    No wonder England made it a penal colony…they’re still fucking themselves as criminals and inbreeding to keep it so.

  7. Kenny1%er Says:

    They been foing this to 1%ers scince the 90s. Ok your visa u pay out the ass for the flight. Land get jacked up sent back home. Lose all your money for nothing but hours of flying time.

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