Alan Jones comments on the debate about Muslim immigration, and says politicians can’t continue…/is anybody listening?
Islam isÂ seditious. Islamic doctrine is more political than religious, and its sole political goal is the domination of Islam over all over religions and all governments.
It is a Muslim’s religious duty to achieve that political goal.
When Muslims move to a country, a certain percentage of them start agitating forÂ special considerations. They start to organize and influence the nation politically in a way that is good for Islam and bad for freedom and equality. When the percentage of the Muslims in a nation’s population becomes high enough, they gain so much political power that freedoms and rights begin to disappear. (Watch this video to learn more.) Infidel Bloggers Alliance
A leaked police report into the rise of Asian gangs in Melbourne must now end the great deceit.
For years Victoria Police have pretended we don’t have a problem with ethnic gangs. In fact,Â former Chief Commissioner Christine Nixon even banned that G word:
Nixon: What we saw in that more recent incident was one of two gangs, which I gather was around two women, which started fighting.
Mitchell: But gangs are an issue.
Nixon: Well, we’re seeing some groups of people. I’m not describing them as gangs.
Mitchell: Well, you just did.
Nixon: Well, you know what I mean.
Mitchell: I thought the word gang was banned by your media people.
Nixon: Well, it is . . . it’s got connotations . . . These are groups of people who come together and just cause problems together. Bolt has more>>
Who will intercept KRudd?
This really is getting out of control:
Authorities have intercepted a suspected asylum seeker boat in waters off Australia’s northwest coast… Initial indications suggest there are 39 asylum seekers and two crew aboard the boat.
I still hear excuses (as on ABC 774 yesterday) that the sudden influx is due largely to the war in Sri Lanka – a war that actually started in 1983 and ended a year ago.Â I’d suggest the graph shows that Rudd’s policies are in fact the more important explanation. not least because most asylum seekers are not Sri Lankan at all.