Muselmania Downunder

What’s going on?
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Manufactured camel stories and muselmanic fairytales to replace history
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As the member for Calwell, Maria Vamvakinou has many interconnections here which should be understood.
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Note her electorate of Calwell which has the largest Muslim population in Victoria, and takes in Broadmeadows.  Maria was a teacher at Thornbury High school and Thornbury is where the Islamic Museum will be built.
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Note Ahmed Fahour as patron (ex NAB & Sharia Finance and now Australia Post)
Note Sherene Hassan as board member.
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Note, the famous Darebin Council gets a mention here.
Note who approves of the Museum, none other than Preston mosque spokesman Baha Yehia.  And it was Baha Yehia who gave the sermon at Preston mosque on 27th April calling for Jihad against Australia which promptly resulted in whining and wingeing about “ASIO tactics creating fear in Muslim community“- before it was swept under the carpet.
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We have been studying the Museum for our Education portfolio.
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Even the Dandenong Mayor Pinar Yesil gets a mention (but not for segregating swimming pools)
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What a list of stars!
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  • Hass Dellal, Nazeem Hussein, Ahmed Fahour. Even Randa Abdel-Fattah gets a guernsey.
  • And Chris Bowen would wax lyrical about how well his Multiculturalism is working!
Anyway, I wrote to Maria Vamvakinou recently and sent her info on why Islam is incompatible with Multiculturalism.
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2 thoughts on “Muselmania Downunder”

  1. The Union / GetUp funded, Labor /Green Loon, Federal Member for Calwell, Maria Vamvakinou, wants to know OUR Opinion on Multiculturalism.
    You can tell her here on her website. Link at bottom of post.
    Maria’s main claim to fame is that she and her parents ran away from Greece in 1959 and came to Australia, maybe they were Psychic and saw what was going to happen to the Socialist failed state of Greece.
    Funny though that she is a member of a Socialist Political party that seeks to impose the same equal sharing of misery and serfdom upon Australians as her fellow socialists, Comrades have upon Greeks unable to run away from Greece today.
    SHARE YOUR VIEWS
    Do you think multiculturalism has contributed positively to the broader Australian community?
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    http://www.mariavamvakinou.com/index.php?option=com_poll&id=3:do-you-think-multiculturalism-has-contributed-positively-to-the-broader-australian-community

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