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Australia Terror accused wanted to curb influence of Muslims and political left in Australia, court told

09:45  14 october  2019
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A Melbourne court has heard a man plotted terrorist attacks against anarchist groups and Victorian trade unions in 2016 as part of an extreme right-wing ideology.

Melbourne man Phillip Michael Galea© AAP Melbourne man Phillip Michael Galea Phillip Galea is on trial in the Supreme Court of Victoria for committing "acts in preparation for, or planning a terrorist act" and attempting to make a document likely to facilitate a terrorist act.

In his opening address, prosecutor Richard Maidment told the jury Mr Galea believed the left wing of politics and Muslims "posed an existential threat to ordinary Australians".

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The court heard Mr Galea was preparing a how-to document he hoped would "lead to thousands upon thousands of terrorist acts".

He had targeted the Victorian Trades Hall building in Carlton, the Melbourne Anarchists Club in Northcote and the Resistance Club in the city, the court heard.

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The indictment released by the court alleged he conducted research on the ingredients and methods required to make bombs.

Mr Galea is also accused of trying to recruit others to participate in attacks on the targeted premises.

Mr Galea's aim, Mr Maidment told the jury, was to "reduce the influence of persons or groups associated with left-wing ideology" in Australia.

Mr Galea is alleged to have engaged in six separate types of conduct to advance a political, religious or ideological cause through the "use of significant violence" in the year before he was arrested in August 2016.

Prosecutors alleged he was making a so-called "Patriot's Cookbook", a document designed to "excite those who would see it, to engage in terrorist acts … to engage in violent activity".

The court was told Mr Galea was a member of Reclaim Australia, a right-wing, "patriotic" movement.

The prosecution told the jury it would rely on intercepted telephone calls and text messages, material posted on social media and other evidence to support its case.

Defence lawyers for Mr Galea have yet to address the jury.

The trial before Justice Elizabeth Hollingworth continues.

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