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My current Australian speaking tour has been expertly organized by the Q Society. The Q Society is a formidable vanguard of Australian patriots who are determined to stand for human rights against Islamization in Australia. They deserve the support of all freedom-loving people — all who are threatened by the human rights abuses encoded within Islamic law have a friend and defender in the Q Society. And that also means, of course, that dhimmis and self-seeking political opportunists will consider the Q Society an enemy.
And so it is with the Deputy Premier of Queensland, Andrew Fraser, who has called upon the Liberal National Party (LNP) and Katter’s Australian Party MPs to denounce the Q Society for entirely true and accurate fliers — which you can see above — defending free Australia against Islamization and the institutionalized oppression of Islamic law. Fraser claims that the flier’s assertions are false, but does not and cannot substantiate that claim. He also has the ignorance, audacity, and moral myopia to claim that denouncing the Q Society is a moral issue — as if defending Western civilization is something people should be ashamed of, and for which they should apologize.
That is precisely the position that Islamic supremacist groups take in the U.S. and Australia — and Fraser, like so many opportunist politicians, eagerly parrots their line.
“Hate mail hits westside letterboxes,” from theÂ Courier Mail, December 1:
A Victorian group is being blamed for anti-Islamic propaganda being distributed on the westside.Deputy Premier and Member for Mt Coot-tha Andrew Fraser has blasted the pamphlets, distributed by QSociety.
“There is no room in Queensland for hate politics,” he said.
“The flyer makes a number of outrageous and false claims that the practice of Islam by many Australians threatens our food production, academic integrity in our schools, and equal access to public spaces.
“Modern Australia has a proud multicultural heritage. This kind of prejudicial rubbish has no place anywhere, let alone here in Queensland.”
On Monday, QSociety organised a Brisbane visit by controversial anti-Islamist US author Robert Spencer.
Yikes! But it’s true: I am anti-Islamist — see, for example,Â here.
“LNP must denounce anti-Islam group: Fraser,” fromÂ 9News, December 1:
Queensland’s Deputy Premier Andrew Fraser has called on Liberal National Party (LNP) and Katter’s Australian Party MPs to denounce a group spreading anti-Islamic propaganda in the state.Mr Fraser’s west Brisbane electorate is being letterbox dropped by a group called Qsociety, which is concerned with the “erosion of Western values and the Islamisation of Australia”.
The flyers say “it’s time to say no” to the Halal food industry, “whitewashed Islamic content” in state schools, Sharia finance and “segregation and apartheid” such as prayer rooms.
They direct readers to a website and a Victorian address.
Mr Fraser on Thursday told parliament the flyers presented a chance for MPs who voted against his bill on same sex civil unions to take a stand on another human rights issue.
The bill passed on Wednesday night, with Labor MPs given a conscience vote and the LNP voting against it.
Mr Fraser said they should denounce Qsociety.
“It’s to the credit of this house and our democracy that we can debate a sensitive issue such as civil partnership with civility,” he said.
“Perhaps today the LNP can overcome their moral timidity to join with me in distancing themselves from hateful and hurtful prejudice propagated by Qsociety and condemn (it) in the most unambiguous terms as I do, on behalf of the Labor government.
“(Not) to do so would be an act of complicity.
“The interests if decency require us all to condemn this prejudice.”
Decency requires us to condemn spineless dhimmitude and stand for justice and equality of rights for all.
When I spoke in Melbourne, Perth, Sydney and Brisbane during my speaking tour of Australia, Vickie Janson of the Q Society, the human rights organization that brought me out, gave this eye-opening address at the beginning of each event:
On behalf of the Q Society of Australia it is my pleasure to welcome you all here tonight and to extend a very warm welcome to Melbourne to our special guest speaker Mr Robert Spencer, who we’re all very much looking forward to hearing.My name is Vickie Janson and I’m the DP of Q Society â€“ the organizing body behind this Robert Spencer Australian Tour. This tour has been made possible through both generous sponsorship and the many sacrifices of Q Society members and supporters to whom we are all most grateful.
It is my pleasure to particularly thank the CDP who are the major sponsor of this Melbourne event. The CDP are the only political party that are consistently raising in the public domain the concerns of rising Islamisation, and the impact of this upon Australian culture, values and law. So we thank the CDP for their support and encourage everyone to wander over to their table at the completion of the meeting to see what they’re all about.
We all know there is no such thing as a free lunch, and none knows this better than our very generous lunch sponsors. Their sponsorship has subsidized these public meetings to make them affordable for all. Thank you so very much to all those who participated in the lunch sponsorship.
Now, before we go any further, it is unfortunately necessary for me to read a legal announcement, which in itself highlights one of the major concerns facing free democracies.
PLEASE NOTE: Victoria’s Racial and Religious Tolerance Act 2001 â€“ otherwise known as ‘Victoria’s Blasphemy law’ is a serious concern for Q Society. As we are incorporated in Victoria, this law may even apply to statements made in other states. While we find this law abhorrent because it prohibits free speech and advances totalitarianism, we respect that the Rule of Law is a fundamental Australian value.
And we affirm that in accordance with Section 11 of the RRTA which permits conduct engaged in reasonably and in good faith in the course of any statement, publication, discussion or debate made or held, or any other conduct engaged in, for any purpose that is in the public interest or in making or publishing a fair and accurate report of any event or matter of public interest…that Q Society does act reasonably and in good faith, and there is little need to discuss whether the topic of Islam is in the public interest.
We do not encourage or incite others to feel hatred, revulsion, contempt or ridicule of Muslims in breach of the RRTA. However, we will discuss Islam, including its legal code sharia law, and the Islamic political, cultural, economic, social or religious practices that we genuinely believe seek to undermine personal freedom and Australian values.
Nor do we seek to generalize about Muslims and so will not generalize that, just because some Muslims are successful and integrated, that there is nothing to worry about at all. If there are problems in certain sections of the Muslim community, we will discuss these as we would discuss problems in any other group.
If anyone in the audience feels emotions of anger, or of being incited or provoked into negative feelings against Muslims because our speakers tonight refer to passages of Islamic scripture, history, or the conduct of certain Muslim persons in a critical manner, then we would ask that you please leave this venue and stop reading our material. You are welcome of course to speak to a member of Q Society afterwards who can assist in explaining the context in which we discuss Islam.
Finally, if anyone in the audience has come for the purpose of deliberately claiming offence, as part of a premeditated legal action against Q Society or without genuine, good faith intentions, then please also leave now; you have been put on notice that your presence is simply a provocation and incitement to us. Thank you for your attention.