“They’re picking on us poor Muslims” – Â “You made us do it..!”
The usual song and dance after each terrorist attack. Now they’re circling the wagons over yesterdays foiled terrorist plot and tell us about “our responsibilities”- Â because Muslims have none:
Berhan Ahmed in the Age: The media also have a responsibility to treat these events with care.Â Â We must beware of overreaction to the problem here in Australia. Terrorism thrives when it is able to provoke authorities and communities to overreact and behave unjustly. The media have a particular duty to behave responsibly.Â African-Australians fear reprisals, just as they reject extremism and terrorism and fully support yesterday’s raids.
These young people are living with us and we have to ask the question as to why they are not satisfied with our systems. No we don’t. “it’s now time not for non-Muslims to reassure Muslims that they mean no harm” – No we don’t.
And so on and so on. Well Ahmed, let me call you a lying POS and the Â f*kcwits from the AGE who print your garbage are no better. Those who are “not satisfied with our systems” can get the f*kc out and back to Somalia or Sudan. We don’t want them here. Shape up or ship out!
Andrew Bolt picks Â up on it:
Questions for the Department of Immigration: Please explain whyÂ we take in as refugees people who actually feel safe enough to return to Somalia, allegedly for weapons training and to collect fatwas for a jihad? Explain why we take in people who have so little respect for our institutions that they refuse to stand for a magistrate in court?
Sally Neighbour suggests that simply screening Muslim refugees more carefully is not the answer:
Studies worldwide have shown that second and third generation members of migrant diasporas, uprooted from their homelands and native cultures, are ripe for recruitment.