Andrew Horwood

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A far right politician and activist from Adelaide. Horwood, the owner of the Adelaide based bakery Emmaline’s Country Kitchen, has been at the core of Australia’s anti Islamic movement for the last few years. He and his wife Susan were founding and leading members of the Isalmophobic think tank group the Q Society, an organisation for respectable suit and tie bigots that would self apply the term conservative over racist, considering itself the intellectual wing of the movement.

Debbie Robinson and Horwood

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Horwood held the title Deputy Director of the Q Society, being the number two behind Director Debbie Robinson. Horwood was instrumental in the creation of anti Islamic propaganda that was circulated by the organisation across the country. Q Society are closely associated with prominent Dutch far right politician Geert Wilders, whom they brought out for a tour an organisation for respectable suit and tie bigots that would self apply the term conservative over racist.

Horwood is apart of the leadership of the Q Society’s political party the Australian Liberty Alliance, acting as one of its directors and official spokesperson. He was also supposedly selected as one of their candidates for the SA senate in the 2016.

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