Caliphate Rising – Australia Waking Up!
First, Immigration Minister Chris Bowen has indicated he may cancel the visas of any “non-citizens” charged after the weekend’s violent protests in Sydney.
Only ‘may?’ I’d have thought that a foregone conclusion – yet if he were a Green, he’d probably be nominating them for knighthoods, I guess. But leave Mr. Bowen for a moment, and hear a voice of common sense.
…one Coalition senator says it should serve as a “wake-up call” to those who are “naive” about the potential impact of Islamists in Australia.
“It is easy to dismiss the practices of the last week as the result of some crazy extremists,” Senator Cory Bernardi wrote on his website. “That is the convenient route for those who know very little about the fundamentalist Islamic agenda and understand little of their mission worldwide.”
And Bernardi is not the only one with a grip on reality!
Fellow Coalition MP George Christensen says those found guilty of violence should be deported if they are not Australian citizens.
“I think the average Australian would think (that) if you’re engaging in violence and you weren’t an Australian citizen, jump on the first plane and head back to where you come from because that stuff is just simply not on in this nation,” Mr Christensen told ABC News Online.
Excellent – and it get’s better.
“It really does call into question the whole thing that’s been pushed for the last 20 to 30 years on multiculturalism. “When we see scenes like that, we just wonder what the future may hold.”
At last, Aussies – not just the working-class battlers who have understood the poisonous truth of multicult for years – are waking up and speaking up on the incredible folly of what that fancy-pants elitist Malcolm Fraser did to his country.
Now back to Bowen, who may be drifting towards worthwhile action but clearly has a long way to go
Mr Bowen says he is looking at what options he would have if any “non-citizens” were involved in the protest, but has spoken out strongly against the violence.
“Clearly this is not done in the name of Islam and it is not done in the name of multiculturalism; it’s done in the name of thuggery, nothing short of that,” he told reporters in Canberra.
What planet is he living on? It was indeed not done in the name of multicult but was patently the result of multicult. It was not done in the name of thuggery but as a blatant assertion of IslamoNazi triumphalism, a declaration that the enemy within holds Aussie traditions of free speech and democratic values in utter contempt.
Much of the public anger over the weekend’s events has focused on some of the placards held by protesters, especially one that read: “Behead all those who insult the Prophet.” Some of the placards were being held by young children, and they appeared to be encouraged to do so by their parents.
I was especially pleased to read in another report that the authorities are looking into this. Those parents should be brought to court and the children removed from their care and control.
And even old Bob Carr may have seen the writing on the wall, at last. The Foreign Minister says he is a “little apprehensive” about the prospects of long-term peace between Muslim and Christian cultures.”The way these demonstrations flared makes me a little apprehensive…
Obviously, migrants from Muslim lands who came to Australia to escape the hideous iniquity of shariah law – the Aussie equivalents of the Canadian Muslim Congress – should be the allies of decent patriots in seeking to confront the forces of darkness, They’d be the ones who warned the police.
Commissioner Andrew Scipione has revealed that police were made aware about the protests when they were forwarded text messages from members of the Muslim community.
But just as we mentioned in our post yesterday, dealing with Indonesia and the UK, http://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2012/09/17/cirebon-chatter-cast-iron-clap-trap/
the spectre of Hizbut Tahrir looms over Australia too, a national conference being hosted by an Islamic group called Hizb ut-Tahrir (HUT) in western Sydney.
The conference, called Muslims Rise – Caliphate Imminent, encouraged the establishment of a global Islamic state and sharia law. One of the keynote speakers was Taji Mustafa from the British arm of Hizb ut-Tahrir, whom the Opposition has described as a “hate preacher.”
Aaah, yes, the British arm of HT!
That craven cur Cameron used to denounce HT but has now bottled out of banning them as he repeatedly promised to do prior to his entry into 10 Downing Street. Will the admirable words of Australia’s Scott Morrison still ring loud and clear if he gains high office after the next election?
The Opposition’s Immigration spokesman said that Mustafa should not have been given a visa to enter Australia.
- “I am concerned about an organisation that has called for the military destruction of Israel,” Mr Morrison said.
“I’m concerned about an organisation who believes in the restoration of the Caliphate.
“I’m concerned about an organisation that has condoned the killing of Australian troops in Afghanistan.
“I am concerned about an organisation that says democracy is forbidden.”
Back finally to Bowen. He received a letter from Morrison before the HT hate merchant arrived in Oz, and was urged therein NOT to let the swine in.
Bowen’s response on Monday?
“HUT has not been proscribed (as a terrorist organisation) in Australia, nor has it been proscribed in the United States or the United Kingdom,” he said.
So? Does Cameron’s contemptible duplicity justify inaction in Canberra? Does Obama’s pandering to CAIR in Washington excuse appeasement elsewhere?
Any single one of Morrison’s 4 sentences, if accurate – and they are accurate – means that every single adherent of Hizbut Tahrir is an undesirable alien.
There are enough arriving by boat already. Enough is enough!