Â This “sorry” coms from a bunch of clueless parasites who would spread (other peoples) wealth around, if only they could.Â Fake, phoney, embarrassing and stupid.
Therese Rein wants more compassion for boat people now her husband isn’t in charge
Compassionistas, self appointed moral supremacists Â who pretend Muslim immigration is manageable and benign, are despicable. The latest wretch to criticise Â the governments policy of self-preservation isÂ Therese Rein,Â Â who waited until Tony Abbott implemented a policy that works before she waxes lyrical and Â starts bleating:
‘’I know this has become a highly politicised, deeply divisive debate and I think it’s time that we looked to our humanity and compassion,’’ she said.
In 2010, the wife of former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, Therese Rein. was announced as the winner of the Australian Human Rights Medal, Â the nation’s most prestigious human rights medal. Needless to mention that the compassion of this multi-millionairess’ Â (how did she make her money again?) strictly relies on other peoples (taxpayers) Â money.
While the Â bleeding hearts Â side with Muslim agitprops against the people of Australia and hold candlelight vigils for a dead Muslim soldier, the Muslims Â plan for us is less charitable:
“We are not fighting so that you will offer us something. We are fighting to eliminate you.”
Hussein Massawi,Â Hezbollah engineer of the suicide attack that killed 241 U.S. Marines and 58 French paratroopers in Beirut in 1983 (source)
“Islam makes it incumbent on all adult males, provided they are not disabled and incapacitated, to prepare themselves for the conquest of [other] countries so that the writ of Islam is obeyed in every country in the world. But those who study Islamic Holy War will understand why Islam wants to conquer the whole world…. Those who know nothing of Islam pretend that Islam counsels against war. Those [who say this] are witless. Islam says Kill all the unbelievers just as they would kill you all! Does this mean that Muslims should sit back until they are devoured by [the unbelievers] Islam says Kill them [the non-Muslims], put them to the sword and scatter [their armies]. Does this mean sitting back until [non-Muslims] overcome us Islam says Kill in the service of Allah those who may want to kill you! Does this mean that we should surrender to the enemy Islam says Whatever good there is exists thanks to the sword and in the shadow of the sword! People cannot be made obedient except with the sword! The sword is the key to Paradise, which can be opened only for Holy Warriors! There are hundreds of other [Koranic] verses and Hadiths [sayings of the Prophet] urging Muslims to value war and to fight. Does all that mean that Islam is a religion that prevents men from waging war?Â I spit upon those foolish souls who make such a claim.”
V S Naipaul wrote of his travels in non-Arab Muslim lands.
Because I was soon to discover that no Colonization had been so thorough as the colonization that had come with the Arab faith. Colonized or defeated peoples can begin to distrust themselves. In the Muslim countries I am talking about, this distrust had all the force of religion. It was an article of the Arab faith that everything before the faith was wrong, misguided, heretical; there was no room in the heart or mind of these believers for their pre-Mohammedan past. So ideas of history here were quite different from ideas of history elsewhere; there was no wish here to go back as far as possible into the past, and to learn as much as possible about the past. Persia had a great past; it had been the rival in classical times of Greece and Rome. But you wouldn’t have believed it in Iran in 1979; for the Iranians the glory and the truth had begun with the coming of Islam, Pakistan was a very new Muslim state. But the land was very old. In Pakistan were the ruins of the very old cities of Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa. Fabulous ruins, the discovery of which earlier this century had given a new idea of the history of the sub-continent. Not only pre-Islamic Ruins; but possibly also Pre-Hindu. There was an archaeological department, inherited from British days, which looked after the sites. But there was, especially with the growth of fundamentalism, a contrary current. This was expressed in a letter to a newspaper while I was there. The ruins of the cities, the writer said, should be hung with quotations from the Koran, saying that this was what befell unbelievers. The faith abolished the past. And when the past was abolished like this, more than an idea of history suffered. Human behavior, and ideals of good behavior, could suffer.
FranÃ§ois-Marie Arouet, “Voltaire”
Voltaire:”I wish fervently that the Turkish barbarians be chased away immediately out of the country of Xenophon, Socrates, Plato, Sophocles and Euripides. If we wanted, it could be done soon but seven crusades of superstition have been undertaken and a crusade of honour will never take place. We know almost no city built by them; they let decay the most beautiful establishments of Antiquity, they reign over ruins.” In this passage Voltaire refers to the brutal 500 year Ottoman occupation of Greece.
These men saw something then that we are just beginning to see now. We should heed their counsel.