A Freedom Commissioner?Â
THE repeal of the “Andrew Bolt” provisions of the Racial Discrimination Act that make it unlawful to offend and insult people because of their race will be the subject of the first legislation Attorney-General George Brandis will introduce to parliament.
A job for me?
At least one “freedom commissioner” will be appointed next year to protect traditional rights such as freedom of speech and freedom of religion.Â The AustralianÂ
Unsurprisingly, our ‘once we were radical’Â author Irfan Yusuf shrieks:Â
Â freedom of speech extend(s) to God? (A blasphemous debate)Â andÂ gets his diapers all smelly overÂ Uthman Badar, a hardcore headbanger and PhD student in economics from the University of Western Sydney, “a man whose freedom of speech our erstwhile government wantsÂ to take away byÂ banning Hizb ut-TahrirÂ (“the Party of Liberation”), the organisation Badar represents in Australia.”
Very much so, Yusuf. Very much so. Because treason, subversion and plotting to throw over our elected government is still high crime and not just a misdemeanour, Yusuf. You as a lawyer should know that.
In his latest (s)hit piece Yusuf, always the Islamic supremacist, admonishes Senator George BrandisÂ for “abandoning his own principles Â “to protect the weak from the strong” (quite fanciful really, considering that Islamic spokesturds constantly Â threaten to wipe us out, that Â 1.5 gazillion mad muselmaniacs will rise up in anger if we don’t pay the jiziya with willing submission, etc etc…)
Yusuf complains that “for the benefit of Bolt and his employers, Brandis is prepared to abandon his own principles, allowing Bolt to use his substantial power to trample on the weak and vilify minorities.”
Off Â your meds again, Yusuf?
Australia’s ‘weak’ and the ‘minorities’ will survive Bolt. Â Australia’s few upstanding journo’s who Â tell the truth about Islam, those who stood firm againstÂ the globull worming racket and the collectivist thugs who took us to the brink, need our support. They are the people who need our protection. They are the people who tell the truth in spite of being vilified for it. Â If only the remaining Christians and other minorities in Islamic sandpits would have someone like senator Brandis or Bolt to speak for them!
I’m afraid Irfan, who wrote about his Â “Years As A Teenage Islamo-fascist,” never grew out of it.
Of course, he’s Â no longer in his teens. We will be left guessing whether the mental baggage of Hizb-ut Tahrir Â or his momma’s curry weighs heavier on him.
As long as he’s not on his way to Syria we needn’t be concerned.