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Wednesday, 3 September 2014

Rember the heat over climate change?

In the political leaders debate held in Christchurch last night an elephant made it into the room holding up a sign saying ‘climate change’.  Funny how this subject doesn’t excite the emotions as much as it once did.  I recall during a climate change summit a few years back, (do they still hold them?) the TV1 news opened with video clips of  ocean storms, huge waves inundating the shores, and people clinging to trees to avoid being swept away.


With the Arctic ice returning and their having been no appreciable warming of the planet for 19 years it is clear that the IPCC’s computer models are demonstrably flawed. 

Apparently the ‘missing’ heat has been mysteriously buried deep in the oceans. But as Professor Tung says:

“More than a dozen other theories have been proposed to explain the global warming 'hiatus' ranging from air pollution to volcanoes and sunspots.

Every week there's a new explanation of the hiatus.”

The only place where the heat is genuinely rising is in the office of climate scientist Professor Michael Mann of the tree ring and hockey stick ‘fame’.  He sued columnist and author Mark Steyn for deformation over an article he wrote referencing the Professors work.

Not being the ‘roll over and die’ type Mark Styen counter sued and has gone on to relentlessly expose Professor Mann’s science and behaviours in his columns.


It would appear that when it comes to climate change over the next few years, we can expect most of the action to be in the court room.

Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Is the pen of secularism mightier than the sword of Islam?

David Cameron is on a religious mission.  He believes it is entirely possible and appropriate to counsel returning jihadists out of Islam, or at the very least their theological understanding of Islam.

“British jihadists returning from Iraq and Syria will be forced to attend “deradicalisation” programmes to reverse their warped brainwashing”, David Cameron announced.


This raises a number of important questions, not the least of them being is it possible to force someone to change their religious beliefs?  Clearly the Islamic State in northern Iraq attempt to do this to Christians and infidels under the threat of death, but it is doubtful that returning jihadists are going to be easily persuaded.

The fact that David Cameron believes such a program has any prospect of success displays his appalling failure to grasp the deep theological and historical justification of violent jihad within Islam.

Which raises another important question, just who is it that is misunderstanding Islam?

Are the tens of thousands of Muslim men engaged in violent jihad in the Middle East and elsewhere, and their financial supporters back in Australia, the UK, Europe and the Middle East misunderstanding their faith?   If so, how could such a wide spread misunderstanding of Islam take place originating from so many diverse countries around the world?

How could this misunderstanding lead to such a common outcome, namely violent jihad against the infidel?

Would it not be reasonable to suggest, even for the casual observer who knows little about Islamic theology, that there must be some justification within Islam for the jihadists who leave the UK, Europe and Australia to fight in their holy wars?

It seems that as long as David Cameron, Tony Abbott, Barak Obama et al. refuse to acknowledge the theological and historical roots of violent jihad within Islam, they will never hold the local Muslim community to account for their actions, nor will they ever successfully address the problem at its source.


Western leaders who would never negotiate with terrorists have now decided to re-educate them instead.  If successful it will prove that the pen of secularism is mightier than the sword of Islam.

Monday, 1 September 2014

Ken Livingston and the politics of Muslim culture.

By now we are all well aware that men of primarily Pakistani origin have been systematically grooming, raping and pimping as many as 1,400 young teenage girls in Rotherham England for over a decade.


British authorities including the Police turned a ‘blind eye’ when these offenses were reported by the girls or their parents because they didn’t want to be accused of racism, or to disrupt 'community cohesion'.  They preferred instead to sacrifice the lives of 1,400 young girls on the alter of political correctness.

It is difficult to imagine a more corrupt, loathsome and morally repugnant attitude than the one evidenced by those Rotherham Police and City Councilors who have a responsibility to uphold law and order, and maintain those elements of civil society and common decency that everyone should reasonably expect.

Today Rotherham labour MP Simon Danczuk is reported to have said elements of Pakistani political culture itself were partly to blame for the cover-up.

“There are cultural issues around the way politics are done in the Asian [Muslim] community which have to change,” he said.

He pointed to the way in which two Muslim councilors in Rochdale had provided character references for one of the perpetrators of the Rochdale abuse.

“Politics are done differently in Pakistan, it is a cultural difference we have imported some of that into some of these northern towns and cities and I think we have to face up to the fact that we can’t carry on doing politics like that.”

He described it as “a looking after your own” within the Asian [Muslim] community which other politicians had accepted.

Our politicians have completely underestimated the cultural pull that exists within immigrant communities to live the way they have always lived, and to do things the way they have always been done.  You cannot simply import Lahore into London and expect the new immigrants to suddenly become ‘British’ in their attitudes.

What you will end up with is a mini Lahore in the suburbs of London, or as in this case, the northern cities of Britain.

Rather than insisting that the Pakistani immigrants, many of whom arrived in the 1950’s integrate into British culture, and respect their host countries laws and values, the authorities chose instead to quietly abandon British law in favour of Pakistanis’ rape culture.

His outspoken remarks came amid claims that prominent Labour Party figures attempted to silence the few politicians who spoke out about the issue. Ann Cryer, the former MP for Keighley, said she had come under constant pressure from the “politically correct brigade” when she raised the issue.

Ann Cryer said that Ken Livingstone, the former Mayor of London, was among those who had challenged her for speaking about the issue.

Yes, stay silent, that’s the best approach isn't it Ken.  Turn 1,400 young girls lives into abject misery, and allow their Pakistani Muslim rapists to retain their self-respect in your ‘brave new Britain’. 

Saturday, 30 August 2014

Are mental health issues behind jihadists actions?

An article today in Stuff raised questions surrounding the mental health of an Australian jihadist fighting for the Islamic State (IS) in northern Iraq. “The Islamic State seems to be attracting - scattered among its recruits - violent young men from the West, many suffering from mental disorders, psychologists say.”


It is not surprising to think that someone who has their seven-year-old son hold up the severed head of ‘the enemy’ and then tweet the photograph around the world might be mentally unbalanced.  

No doubt some were mentally unballanced before they left for the Middle East, and many of them have been mentally affected by the violence after their arrival in Iraq and Syria.

However, jihadists serving in the Islamic State are not committing any atrocities that were not previously sanctioned by their prophet Mohammad and carried out by his followers throughout history.   The Quran and the Hadiths endorse the slaughter of apostates, and of Christians and Jews who will not convert to Islam or live effectively as slaves to their Muslim captors.

Quran (8:12) "I will instill terror into the hearts of the Unbelievers: smite ye above their necks and smite all their finger-tips off them."

Quran (9:29): “Fight against Christians and Jews until they pay the tribute readily, being brought low.”

Quran (5:51): “Don’t take Jews or Christians for friends. If you do, then Allah will consider you to be one of them.”

Quran (2:65-66): “Christians and Jews must believe what Allah has revealed to Muhammad or Allah will disfigure their faces or turn them into apes, as he did the Sabbath-breakers.”

Quran (5:51): “O you who believe! do not take the Jews and the Christians for friends; they are friends of each other; and whoever amongst you takes them for a friend, then surely he is one of them; surely Allah does not guide the unjust people.”

Hadith: Al-Bukhary (number 6922) Ibn Abbaas said: The Messenger of Allah (Mohammad) said, “Whoever changes his (Islamic) religion, kill him.”

Then there is the recorded slaughter of the Jewish tribe Banu Qurayza where it is reported that Mohammad ordered the killing of between 300 and 600 men and pubescent boys who had surrendered to his army without any resistance.  

Some reports are as high as 800 captives slaughtered.

If mental health problems are at the source of the barbaric actions of Australian and other Islamic State jihadists, as the article in Stuff suggests, what does this imply regarding the behaviour of the prophet Mohammad, his followers and the teaching of the Quran? 

Thursday, 28 August 2014

"The enemy here is terrorism, it’s not any particular faith, it’s not any particular community." - Tony Abbott

How much longer are western political leaders like Tony Abbott going to keep up the charade that Islam and terrorism are unrelated?

“I want to make it absolutely crystal clear that the enemy here is terrorism, it’s not any particular faith, it’s not any particular community,” Tony Abbott told Parliament.


Why would the good citizens of Australia or New Zealand even begin to think that terrorism was related to any particular faith or community?  Why would Tony Abbott even raise that possibility?  We all know that it is just a series of unfortunate coincidences that 100% of those imprisoned in Australia for terrorism related activities are Muslim. That 100% of those exiting the country to fight for the Islamic State or to provide support for them are Muslim.  That 100% of the money raised in Australia to send these terrorists overseas just happens to come from the Muslim community.

Hell, why would anyone in his or her right mind use those unrelated facts to link Islam with terrorism?  That would just be Islamophobic.

Yesterday, Prime Minister Tony Abbott told parliament one person had been detained in the three weeks since the establishment of the border protection unit aimed at securing airports and identifying potential national security threats. But it is understood several more people have since been denied exit from Australia after being found with terrorism-related material and large sums of cash believed to be intended for the IS army.

In addition, the Australian Government has recently announced that it is committing $60M to programs designed to curb the ‘radicalization’ of people belonging to no particular religion or group within the community.

Mr. Abbott’s revelations followed an admission by the departing head of ASIO, David Irvine, that suicide bombers were being groomed in Australia for terrorism in the Middle East.

Mr. Irvine does not state the religious affiliation and identity of the community to which the prospective suicide bombers and their recruiters belong.  No point reinforcing already existing negative stereotypes.

I wrote to Tony Abbott earlier this week on this subject, and concluded by saying:

The Australian Government’s approach of cancelling passports of those who travel overseas in support of the Islamic State, and other similar groups is to be commended.  However if history is any guide, it will eventually prove to be just the first step in a long march in defense of western civilization.

As a free people we face two open questions.  First, do we have the ability to acknowledge that the problem we face with Islam is deeply theological; that no amount of interfaith outreach or political dialogue is going to reform this religious ideology or make it remotely compatible with liberal western pluralistic democracy? 

Islam demands submission and concedes nothing.

Second, are we willing to take the necessary and subsequent steps to implement a policy of containment when it comes to Islam domestically?  We are approaching a time when the requirement for such measures will become self evident, however they will likely offend our natural predisposition towards tolerance and the accommodation of diversity, which are at the heart of our present multicultural narrative.

Our response to both of those questions will determine our ability to enjoy the liberties purchased and preserved by previous generations, and pass them on intact to our grandchildren. 

Monday, 25 August 2014

Former Arch Bishop Lord Carey on Islam, Jihad and the Middle East.

Former Anglican Arch Bishop Lord Cary has entered the fray by speaking about Britain’s export of Jihadists to the Middle East.  His primary recommendation is that the passports of those who go be cancelled.  This is all very reasonable from the former Arch Bishop, however he then goes on to repeat the tired narrative, around ISIS not really representing Islam etc.

“The menacing advance of the Islamic State in Iraq should not prejudice Western people against Muslim people and the Islamic faith.   I once served as an airman in Egypt and Iraq and can vouch for the kindness and goodness of many Muslim people. Indeed, more than three million have made their home in Britain, and by far the majority want to get on and make good and peaceful homes among us.”

Of course there are kind and moderate Muslims, however there is no moderate Islam.

Lord Cary went on to say: “Young people who travel abroad to commit violent ‘jihad’ should know before they go that there is no way back to civilised society.
It may focus their minds to know that the privileges and luxuries of our country (including our gyms, games consoles and relative peacefulness) will be denied to them in future.”

This statement from Lord Cary demonstrates very clearly the problem we face in the west as we attempt to come to grips with Islam.  It should be blindingly obvious that the young Islamic jihadists about whom we are all concerned, have already rejected our ‘western privileges’, they care nothing for our ‘gyms, games consoles and relative peacefulness’.  In fact they despise them.

They are motivated by a higher calling, which is expressed in their scriptures, and exampled by both their prophet, and their fellow jihadists.  Secular materialism of the kind exampled by Lord Cary has insufficient pull to capture their hearts and minds.  As a Christian Lord Cary should know this.

“The second and most important step is to recover a confidence in our own nation’s values. For too long we have been self-conscious and even ashamed about British identity.  By embracing multiculturalism and the idea that every culture and belief is of equal value we have betrayed our own traditions of welcoming strangers to our shore.”

In this Lord Cary is correct – the doctrine of multiculturalism combined with both moral and cultural relativism is at the core of our civilizational decline.  To overcome a powerful idea, you need a more powerful idea, and in abandoning Christianity in favour of secular materialism, we have lost our most powerful cultural idea.

“The fact is that for too long the doctrine of multiculturalism has led to immigrants establishing completely separate communities in our cities. This has led to honour killings, female genital circumcision and the establishment of sharia law in inner-city pockets throughout the UK.

"It Is a situation that mainstream Muslims – the vast and quiet majority – are fed up with. They are witnessing the radicalisation of some of their young people and feel powerless to do anything about it.”

I challenge Lord Cary to provide any evidence that mainstream Muslims are ‘fed up’ with the Islamic culture that they have established throughout Britain.  Why would they be fed up with it, when they created it in the first place?

It is the teaching of Islam that ‘radicalises’ young Muslims.  This is an inescapable fact that ought to be obvious to even the most casual observer.  It is completely within the power of so-called ‘moderate’ Muslims to stop going to the Mosque and to stop teaching their young people the precepts of Islam.  However it’s worse than that.  They continue to set up Islamic schools, and seek to take over an influence State schools in highly populated Muslim areas as the recent ‘trogon horse’ scandal exposed.

Muslims who do not like the fruit of Islam have to stop planting its seeds in their children.

“Islam has many strengths to contribute to our land. When I was Archbishop of Canterbury  I had a strong and rich friendship with Sheikh Zaki Badawi, who sadly died in 2003.

He often remarked that Muslims had difficulties living as minorities in plural societies and much more work had to be done by Muslim scholars. With him I set up an important ‘listening exercise’ that eventually led to a Christian-Muslim Council.”

Muslims have difficulty living as minorities in plural societies?  Who knew? 

Clearly they much prefer living in societies where Islam is dominant, and they can impose their 7th century barbarism on Christian and other minorities, as witnessed in every nation around the world where Islam is dominant.  

Lord Cary says ‘much more work needs to be done by Muslim scholars’.  But why?  All of the theological questions relating to Islam have long been settled, and are not about to be revisited.  Islam has 14 centuries of expansion through violence repression and the sword.  All of this is completely supported by the Islamic theological narrative.

Lord Cary completes his article by saying:

“This year we are reminded by the commemoration of two world wars that the values of our democratic traditions are precious. Our fathers and grandfathers – including many thousands of Muslims from around the Commonwealth – fought against totalitarianism for the survival of democratic virtues. The bloodthirsty advance of IS is a reminder that totalitarianism is far from dead.  Our fight continues.”

If you understand that Islam = totalitarianism then his closing statement makes perfect sense.  However, unlike a hundred years ago, we do not have the political or theological leadership today with the courage of those who fought against totalitarianism last century and won.

Despite the rhetoric, this is a battle we are presently on course to lose.

Saturday, 23 August 2014

Australian Muslims call proposed anti-terror laws "unjust and unjustified"

Predictably, Australian Muslims have responded to Tony Abbott’s proposed new ‘Anti Terrorism’ laws, and his call for everyone, including the Muslim community to become part of ‘Team Australia’.

The ABC carries an open letter from more than 70 Muslim leaders and organizations opposing the new laws.  The entire letter can be read here, however extracts and some thoughts follow:


In the name of Allah, most Gracious, most Merciful.

This statement articulates our position with respect to the counter-terrorism proposals announced by the Abbott Government earlier this month. These proposals are unjust and unjustified.
We - the undersigned imams, activists, leaders, community organisations and student bodies of the Muslim community - denounce these proposals and the broader "war on terror" regime within which they fit.
We highlight the following:
These laws clearly target Muslims and they do so unjustly. Whilst the language of the law is neutral, it is no secret that in practice these laws specifically target Muslims. Prime Minister Tony Abbott's commentary in selling these laws also makes this clear.

In so far as it is almost exclusively Muslims who are traveling to Syria and northern Iraq in support of ISIS, it is true to say that the legislation targets Muslims.

The primary basis of these laws is a trumped up "threat" from "radicalised" Muslims returning from Iraq or Syria. There is no solid evidence to substantiate this threat.

There is no ‘trumped up threat’. Tony Abbott has confirmed that Two thirds of the 19 Australians who went to wage war alongside the Taliban in Afghanistan returned to plot mass casualty attacks in Australia.

The analysis of the security threat is sound.  Abbott's Team Australia project was framed at the outset as a call for the Muslim community to get with the program.
He told broadcaster Ray Hadley before heading into the first of the meetings: "You don't migrate to this country unless you want to join our team, and that's the point I will be stressing."

He added "the only flag that should be flying is the Australian national flag".

As Muslims, we are as concerned about peace and security for all as anyone else. At the same time, we are not naive. We are not fooled by those who speak against violence and terrorism but are its proponents at an institutional level through military and foreign policies. We are not fooled by those who speak of peace but maintain cordial ties with dictatorial regimes abroad and who support and justify the most heinous of violence inflicted on innocent people as seen recently in Gaza.

Once again, we see the standard narrative of victimhood emanating from the Muslim community.  Muslims no doubt want peace and security, however ideologically for Muslims it can only be achieved through submission to Islam.  – That is everyone’s submission, not just theirs.  ISIS is simply living out that narrative in the extreme.

It is time for the wider community to take stock and properly debate these matters, instead of continually being misled by the politicians and their fear mongering.

It is easy to agree that a debate on Islam is long overdue in Western nations.  Increasingly it is beginning to happen in the mainstream media, who can no longer comfortably turn a blind eye to the appalling violence that is being expressed by those who self identify as Muslims, and who are followers of Islam and its prophet.

There is still a way to go however before the general public to grasp the threat that Islam represents to liberal western democracies.  Politicians are beginning to understand it, but they often feel unable to say what they think for fear of a backlash from the Muslim community.

You can expect Tony Abbot’s call to join ‘team Australia’ to be largely ignored by the Muslim community.  They have little sense of national identity preferring instead to align with their own expression of Islam and it’s global aspirations.

Friday, 22 August 2014

“It is largely thanks to drink that we have been successful” – Roger Scruton

Roger Scruton is an author and philosopher.  Below is an extract from an essay he wrote in 2008 and published in the Brussels Journal.  He highlights the differences between Western and Islamic cultures, and discusses why historically the West has been successful and the challenges we now face. Although several years old, it is now more relevant given recent events unfolding in the Middle East. 

THE WEST today is involved in a protracted and violent struggle with the forces of radical Islam. This conflict is intensely difficult, both because of our enemy’s dedication to his cause, and also, perhaps most of all, because of the enormous cultural shift that has occurred in Europe and America since the end of the Vietnam War. Put simply, the citizens of Western states have lost their appetite for foreign wars; they have lost the hope of scoring any but temporary victories; and they have lost confidence in their way of life. Indeed, they are no longer sure what that way of life requires of them.
At the same time, they have been confronted with a new opponent, one who believes that the Western way of life is profoundly flawed, and perhaps even an offense against God. In a “fit of absence of mind,” Western societies have allowed this opponent to gather in their midst; sometimes, as in France, Britain, and the Netherlands, in ghettos which bear only tenuous and largely antagonistic relations to the surrounding political order. And in both America and Europe there has been a growing desire for appeasement: a habit of public contrition; an acceptance, though with heavy heart, of the censorious edicts of the mullahs; and a further escalation in the official repudiation of our cultural and religious inheritance. 
Twenty years ago, it would have been inconceivable that the archbishop of Canterbury would give a public lecture advocating the incorporation of Islamic religious law (shari’ah) into the English legal system. Today, however, many people consider this to be an arguable point, and perhaps the next step on the way to peaceful compromise.
All this suggests that we in the West stand on the edge of a dangerous period of concession, in which the legitimate claims of our own culture and inheritance will be ignored or downplayed in an attempt to prove our peaceful intentions.






  

Thursday, 21 August 2014

15% of French people supportive of ISIS - new poll.

According to a recent poll, up to 15 percent of French people said they have a positive attitude toward the Islamic State, formerly known as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. The share of ISIS supporters is largest among France’s younger generation, a new poll says.

The results are unsurprising as France has the largest immigrant Muslim population in Europe, and is also busy exporting jihadists to the Middle East.  Shrewd investors will be filling their cellars with French wine, before all production ceases in favour of raisins and grape juce.

Think it couldn’t happen? In Lakemba, a suburb located in the south west of Sydney, the last remaining hotel is calling 'last drinks'.

Lakemba may be only 30 minutes from the centre of Sydney, yet it is remarkably distinct from the rest of the city. You can walk the length of crowded Haldon St and not hear a single phrase in English. On this main shopping strip the ethnic mix seems similar to what you’d find in any Arabic city. Australia may be multicultural, but Haldon St is a monoculture.

A few weeks ago a large crowd of mostly young men assembled outside the Lakemba Hotel. Waving black flags, the men chanted: “Palestine is Muslim land. The solution is jihad.”
I asked a non-Islamic local about that night. “You should see them when they really go off,” she said. “That was nothing.” Another non-Islamic woman said young men sometimes shouted “sharmuta” at her from their cars. She looked up the word online and discovered it was an Arabic term for prostitute.
Across the road from the hotel is the Islamic Bookstore, which bills itself as “your superstore of Islamic knowledge”. Three books caught my eye. Here’s an extract from Muhammad bin Jamil Zino’s “What a Muslim Should Believe”, a handy Q & A guide to the Koran’s instructions:
“Question 43: Is it allowed to support and love disbelievers? “Answer: No, it is not allowed.”

Well, that might explain a few things.  Read the entire article.

I have suggested before that very soon the only difference between London and Lahore will be the average daily temperature.  It would appear that is already the case for Sydney’s suburb of Lakemba.

Wednesday, 20 August 2014

A little slumber, a little sleep, a little folding of the hands to rest...

Several items came to my attention today that have caused me to question if all hope for humanity is lost.  I’m an optimist by nature, but there is a limit to what any of us can sustain on a daily basis.



First up events at home.  Someone steals emails and other documentation from Cameron Slater’s website (whale oil) and a left wing activist Nicky Hagar writes a book on their contents for profit and for political gain.  The media pick up on the details and there is a slow daily release of conversations between individuals that they believed were being held in private.

I admit that Cameron Slater is an ‘unlovely’ character.  But putting that to one side for a moment, consider if it were your emails, your political sides emails, someone you respected that had their private emails stolen.

Forty years ago, if someone had approached the media and said ‘hey, I have some stolen documentation that could be used for political advantage, will you publish it?’ I suspect they would have been told to ‘go to hell’ and possibly reported to the police. 

Theft was a crime in New Zealand back then, and to the best of my knowledge it still is.

However such niceties including respect for the law and personal privacy have evaporated from civil discourse in our country and these email conversations, as insipid as they are, have been published for all to see.  All reference to the illegality of their source has been pushed aside, ignored, forgotten, and consigned to irrelevancy.  But is it really irrelevant?

Second, who of us has not said things in private that we would not wish to be made public?  I for one would put my hand up.  Private conversations are just that, intented for the personal and immediate audience, not for the world at large.  It is an exercise in hypocrisy on behalf of journalists to publish these emails when they know very well that they would be equally embarrassed if their own private musings were made public.

And to what end? The sale of advertising on national television? Is that all that matters in our society today?

Next we rock deeper into TV1 news.  The beheading of captured American journalist James Foley by residents of the Islamic State, ISIS. Tony Abbot called it evil.  A step forward for someone who refuses to admit that there may be any conflict between cultures and civilizations.

I have blogged on the subject of Islam now for some considerable time. What we are seeing in Iraq is renascence Islam, the ideology in full bloom.  Christians from Morsel said that when ISIS came to town, they suffered the most violence from their Muslim neighbors whom they lived along side for a thousand years or more.

So much for interfaith outreach.

Why is ISIS behaving this way?  They are following the example of their prophet and the teaching of Islam expressed through the Quran. Please read this link, it is important that you understand the context and the absolute expression of theological Islam that is ISIS.  It is coming our way.

Then the TV1 news moved on to report forced marriages and child brides in Islamic Syria.  Girls as young as 13 were being sold into sexual slavery in the guise of marriage to men they did not know.  There is nothing new here.  The prophet Mohammad married Aisha when she was 6 years old, and consummated their marriage when she was 9 years of age. 

He was 53 at the time.

Friends, this is Islam.  It has not changed in 1,400 years.  Islam is Islam.  The same scriptures and practices that are being expressed by ISIS in Iraq and Syria are those that have been characteristic of Islam throughout history.

It is shocking because we are being confronted by it for the first time in our generation.  This is Islam as it is practiced in the Mosque down the road from you, in your city.  Child brides and forced marriages are happening in the UK – an estimated 8,000 last year in the UK, and also here in New Zealand by followers of Islam. 

I can keep reporting these abuses against humanity, these offenses against children, against decent human beings and civil society, but eventually we have to say ‘enough is enough’.  Are we going to keep importing this Islamic religious dysfunction into Australia and New Zealand?

The UK have carried on ‘full steam ahead’ with Islamic immigration and I can report that several cities in the UK have flown the Islamic Palestinian flag over their civic offices, not the least of them being Glasgow, a city that recently hosted the Olympics and who broadcast the Islamic call to prayer over the city every evening for two minutes during the games.

I asked the question at the time ‘it’s all very well to play nice with Islam, but will Islam play nice with us when the black flag flies over the council offices?’. Who could have guessed that within a few short weeks, the Islamic flag of Palestine would be flying over their city council buildings?

Folks this is Glasgow.  A supposedly western city council expressing support for Hamas and ISIS by flying their flag over the council chambers?  Ok, so I have imposed ISIS on them, but both ISIS and HAMAS, the governing body of Palestine, are considered terrorist organizations by Western governments, that is outside of Glasgow in the north, and the Tower Hamlets in London where their flag has also been flown.

Friends, the time is short.  If you are as deeply offended as I am by this betrayal of western civilization, it’s values and its future by our elected representatives, then it’s time to start talking to your friends about what is happening to us, and our civil society.

Peace.