From the Sydney Moonbat Herald of all places. H/T Mullah
Could Pauline Hanson be right?
It’s now an Aussie tradition to cat-call Pauline Hanson – and her statement about Muslims this week sure sparked the usual howls of derision.
Hanson is the former One Nation leader who pulled her Queensland house off the market today after the champions of religious tolerance swamped her in intolerant abuse. Hanson had declared (after being asked the question by an eager media) that she would not sell her home to Muslims because they ”are not compatible with our way of life, our culture” and ”I think we’re going to have problems with them in this country further down the track”.
Hell, what does a broad from a fish and chip shop know? What a fair-dinkum dill. Well, isn’t she? The radio shock jocks certainly thought so but, hmm, perhaps we had better check the record just to make sure. I mean, it is our beautiful Australia we are talking about here.
Just because we are “balanced & fair”:
So here’s Swiss MP Ulrich Schluer last year after the government banned the building of Islamic minarets on local mosques: ”The minaret is a symbol of conquest and power. We compare our situation to Germany, France or England and the (Muslim) problems they have in their suburbs. That is not what we want here.”
Hmm, Schluer seems to see ”problems down the track”. Sounds kind of familiar.
Well, here’s visiting Professor Raphael Israeli, quoted in the Australian Jewish News in 2007: ”When the Muslim population gets to a critical mass you have problems. That is a general rule so if it applies everywhere it applies in Australia”.
Golly, tell us more, prof. ”Muslim immigrants have a reputation for manipulating the values of Western countries, taking advantage of their hospitality and tolerance. If there is only one or two per cent they don’t dare to do it â€“ they don’t have the backing of big communities. They know they are drowned in the environment of non-Muslims and are better behaved. But when there are large Muslim populations who are prepared to use violence you are in trouble.”
Hmm, kind of what Hanson was saying. Any more?
What about influential Muslim thinker Dr Wafa Sultan as quoted in The Australian newspaper during the Howard government days. She said the West was still underestimating the evil of Islam, that Australia and the US had been ”duped” into believing there is a difference between the religion’s moderate and radical interpretations.
”As a Muslim,” she said, ”your mission on this Earth is to fight for Islam and to kill or be killed. You’re here for only a short life and once you kill a kafir, or non-believer, soon you’re going to be united with your God.’‘ Not surprisingly, the US-based psychiatrist has two fatwas against her.
How’s Hanson looking so far? Well how about young Antonios Grigoriou, the 11-year-old at Sydney’s Punchbowl Public School who was attacked by Muslim students last year because he ate a salami sandwich during Ramadam. He’s not Muslim: he’s from Greek background, but the Muslim students were still offended.
Grigoriou was punched in the eye and kicked in the legs. His parents took him out of the school.
Not the greatest advertisement for the multicultural Utopia.
Hey, could this possibly be the sort of stuff that Pauline Hanson was worried about? Golly, I don’t suppose she, er, could be RIGHT??