Australia: Dimbulbs Throw Hissy Fits Over Coptic Town Councillor's Facebook Post

Australia: Casey Cr Sam Aziz Rebuked for Facebook Post on Muslims

“Readers have overwhelmingly backed Casey Councillor Sam Aziz’s controversial Facebook post that tells Muslim leaders who feel “alienated in Australia” to go home. (The truth is never “controversial”.)

Coptic Aussie Town Councillor Sam Aziz Tells It Like It Is;  Useful Idiots Go Apeshit…Dhimmis Try to Shut Him Up

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Dear So-Called Muslim Leaders: 

“I am sorry you feel alienated in Australia.

Perhaps you would be far more comfortable leaving Australia (with its liberties and welfare system) and go back to somewhere in the desert in Arabia, where you can engage in oppression, violence, and any other 7th century activity that does not belong in a civilised country in our time“, he wrote.

“AS FOR THE REST OF US we love it here in our country, even though many of us were not born here we love Australia with all our hearts, and we have far more important things to do in our lives than to put up with your constant crap.

Predictably, the Useful Idiots are horrified, but many ordinary Aussie non-Muslims are supporting him.  So far he has refused to retract what he said and I sincerely hope he stands firm – he has said, after all, nothing but the truth.  It is all the more impressive because he was born in Egypt and came to Australia as a child of ten with his parents; it appears that his family on leaving Egypt left the dhimma behind them.

As reported by Brittany Shanahan for the Herald-Sun and local paper the Berwick Leader, fisked by the intrepid Christina McIntosh

Full post below the fold.

In other news:

Home front terror:

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“Casey Cr Sam Aziz Rebuked for Facebook Post on Muslims.

“Readers have overwhelmingly backed Casey Councillor Sam Aziz’s controversial Facebook post that tells Muslim leaders who feel “alienated in Australia” to go home.

“Cr Aziz took to Facebook to vent following the fatal shooting of Narre Warren terror suspect (sic: Narre Warren-resident would-be jihadi assassin – CM) Numan Haider, 18, at Endeavour Hills police station last night (this article was published on 25 September – CM) after he stabbed two officers and allegedly made terror threats against Prime Minister Tony Abbott.

Dear So-Called Muslim Leaders: 

“I am sorry you feel alienated in Australia.

Perhaps you would be far more comfortable leaving Australia (with its liberties and welfare system) and go back to somewhere in the desert in Arabia, where you can engage in oppression, violence, and any other 7th century activity that does not belong in a civilised country in our time“, he wrote.

“AS FOR THE REST OF US we love it here in our country, even though many of us were not born here we love Australia with all our hearts, and we have far more important things to do in our lives than to put up with your constant crap.

Hear! hear! – CM

“Our thoughts are with the injured police officers, who put themselves in harm’s way to protect us from scum”.

He delivered this resounding – and resoundingly accurate – broadside in response to the attempts by not a few Australian Muslims to claim victimhood in the wake of a young jihad-minded Muslim man’s attempted assassination of two Aussie infidel police officers. – CM

‘Despite rebukes from Multicultural Affairs Minister Matthew Guy, and Casey and Greater Dandenong Interfaith Network leaders Jim Reiher and Helen Heath, readers (I assume, readers of the FB post – CM) were in agreeance with Cr Aziz.

‘”Aaron” wrote he stood by Cr Aziz.  “Good work and keep it up”, Aaron wrote.  “I hope the so-called Muslim leaders are listening. We give you (‘you’, here, being the Muslims in Australia – CM) freedom and protection.  Remember that”.

‘”Shane” wondered: “Why should he be slammed for that post?  Pretty sure the majority of the country agreed with him on this.”

‘”Johanna” said Muslim leaders had “chosen a very inappropriate time to talk about alienation, and should look at their own teachings rather than blaming government.”

‘”Sheila” said it was “nice to hear a public figure speak his mind and not follow the PC nonsense being spruiked by most politicians.”

‘But Multicultural Affairs Minister Matthew Guy said Cr Aziz’s comments were divisive.

I am growing very tired of this business of pretending that fact-based critique of Muslims is “divisive”. Haven’t any of these fools who burble about “social cohesion” and attack critique of Muslims as “divisive” ever heard about Islam’s grim division of the world into Believers (the Best of People, with the divine right to rule over all others, planet-wide) and najis kuffar, dirty unbelievers, who are ‘the worst of beasts’?  Into dar al Islam and dar al Harb?  Have they ever realized that the dhimma system, as historically practised, is nothing but a religion-based, or ideologically-based system of apartheid (combined with an extortion racket – the exaction of jizya) with the express aim of degrading, humiliating and exploiting the despised Others, the non-Muslim untermenschen? -  CM

“All leaders – including those from our three tiers of Government – have a responsibility to provide leadership and to unite all Australians”, Mr Guy said.

Mr Aziz has given a lead.  He has said what very few other Aussie politicians have yet been brave enough to say. As for this business about ‘uniting’…see what I just said above, about the way in which classical Islam, orthodox Islam, divides up the world into dar al Islam and dar al Harb, the former being divinely required to wage war upon the latter until the latter has been converted, subjugated, or erased from existence. How can one have “unity” with an ideologically-defined human gestalt – the Muslims – that does not recognise one’s right to say No to their belief system, and that does not recognise one’s right to reject their demand that you should submit to their dominance and allow them to impose their theo-political system upon you and rule over you, absolutely?  Does one want “unity” with a Gang that claims the right to attack and to kill you if you refuse either to join their Gang or to accept the role of exploited, degraded, abused and continually-imperilled dhimmi near-slave? – CM

“No community should be targeted from this event”.

By “this event”, Minister Guy is primly alluding to the attempted Muslim assassination of two Australian infidel policemen, which ended in the would-be assassin getting shot dead by one of his badly-wounded victims. – CM

“Cr Aziz, as a local councillor, should be uniting residents in this municipality, not dividing them”.

Methinks he is uniting residents.  He is uniting all Aussie non-Muslims – indigenous or non-indigenous, of whatever ethnicity, and of whatever non-Islamic faith or of no faith at all – who are getting heartily sick of the way in which, every time an Australia-resident Muslim does something awful to a non-Muslim Aussie, or is caught plotting or attempting to do something awful, far too many other Australia-resident Muslims instantly begin whingeing and squawking and trying to represent themselves – and usually the Muslim perp/s – as poor little persecuted victims. – CM

‘Casey Multifaith Network President Jim Reiher condemned Cr Aziz’s comments.

Predictably.  Absent the Muslims, such multifaith networks would be harmless and might even be of benefit. But throw Muslims into the mix and they become a means by which naive and well-meaning Jews and Christians – and sometimes, too, Buddhists and Hindus – are relentlessly “groomed” for dhimmitude. – CM

“It is simplistic and offensive to suggest that people who feel alienated and disengaged (sic: but what if they are deliberately alienating themselves, deliberately segregating themselves, deliberately refusing to engage, except on their terms and for their benefit only or primarily? Further: what if those claims of “alienation”, those attempts to pose as innocent victims of discrimination and persecution, are entirely bogus? – CM) should leave here and go back to a backward desert country.

Really?   Right now lots and lots of Muslims, many of them well-off and well-educated and from apparently-assimilated western-resident Muslim families, from all over the western world, are leaving the West – and other infidel countries, all of which even if poor and badly governed are usually still ahead, in human terms, of anything in the dar al Islam – and are leaping feet first into the maelstrom of jihad in the desertified Muslim domain of Syria and Mesopotamia.  And there are those who have gone to Somalia, or Yemen, or Afghanistan.  And there are not a few statements made, by those who have done this sort of thing, loudly proclaiming how wonderful it is to live in places where all there is is Islam, Islam, Islam.  So Cr Aziz’s suggestion is not unrealistic at all.  – CM

“Rather, the better thing to think about, is working out ways how our multicultural community can better embrace the members of all ethnicities and faith groups”.

Dear Mr Reiher: how do you propose to “embrace” a man who, upon embracing you, is likely to a/ detonate the explosive vest concealed upon his person or b/ shove a knife into you?  (Neither of these examples is fictional.  The first happened in the dar al Islam, where a Muslim of one faction greeted and embraced a deemed-insufficiently-Islamic fellow Muslim of another faction; and as he did so, detonated the bomb he had attached to his person, killing himself and his target.  The second happened in the UK: a British MP was greeted by a smiling behijabbed young Muslimah who offered a hand for him to shake.  When he took her hand, she used her other hand to shove a carving-knife into his stomach.) – CM

‘Greater Dandenong Interfaith Network president Helen Heath OAM said public figures should not inflame the situation.

And those Muslim leaders who are crying “alienation” and discrimination and hinting darkly that the police are lying about what happened and that the deceased unlamented would-be assassin was an innocent victim of unprovoked police brutality, or that he was provoked into attacking the police, because the nasty non-Muslim Australians are being sooo mean to the poor widdle Muswims and it made him mad, are not inflaming the situation? – CM

“It’s a delicate situation, people can have an opinion, but we all have to live here and get along with each other”, Ms Heath said.

Ms Heath. You and every other non-Muslim person in that Multi-Faith Network would do well to read, and re-read, Mark Durie’s book “The Third Choice: Islam, Dhimmitude and Freedom”.  Submitting to Muslim bullying is not “getting on with each other”.   It is dhimmitude, and it is the death of the soul. - CM

“People need to be aware that if they are going to make a comment, it will have an effect on people, particularly if you are a public figure”.

One almost expects to hear her screaming, “Blasphemy! Blasphemy!”. – CM

‘Casey Mayor Geoff Ablett refused to comment on the Facebook post.

“I will not be commenting on the individual comments of other councillors”, Cr Ablett said…

“Cr Aziz stood by his Facebook comments.

“We’ve had two injured police officers hospitalised in Melbourne after they were stabbed by someone (a Muslim someone – CM) who was under investigation (for flying the sinister Islamic State flag in a shopping centre, among other things – CM) yet the Islamic Council of Victoria are coming out and talking about alienation”, Cr Aziz said.

Nail. Head. Hit. – CM

“I don’t see how a society like Australia fosters alienation, when we have all the liberties, the great welfare system, and amazing opportunities that many other people in the world aspire to have.

“I have every confidence in our police and security agencies that they will always do what is absolutely necessary to keep us safe”.

His parents were Coptic Christians in Egypt. He was ten years old when, in 1983, the family made their escape from de facto dhimmitude in Egypt and made their way to Australia, where they have flourished.  Ten years old, is old enough to have had a sense of what Egypt was like, and to have understood what was said by parents and kin and other Coptic emigres, about Egypt and why it was that they left.  One can hear, breathing through every sentence of that final paragraph, the relief and joy of someone who has experienced the difference between being a Christian minority in a Muslim-dominated society – in which the police cannot ever be relied upon to assist a non-Muslim who has suffered harm from a Muslim, and in which being a Copt, a non-Muslim, guarantees that one will be, to lesser or greater extent, discriminated against and mistreated – and living in a decent, free, well-run majority-nonMuslim society.  Not a perfect society, but a whole lot better than wretched, chaotic, increasingly-violent addled-by-Islam Egypt.  And now he sees Australia – where his family, fleeing from Islam and Muslims, were welcomed and given safe haven –  being itself threatened and bad-mouthed by Muslims within the gates; and he is speaking up in its defence. Good on him. – CM

 

3 thoughts on “Australia: Dimbulbs Throw Hissy Fits Over Coptic Town Councillor's Facebook Post”

  1. We have our amazing country the way it is because the ordinary man and woman of this country both past and present paid a hellishly high price for it. We have very few politicians who did so much for us but there are some exceptions.

    The number of men and women slaughtered in two world wars, and the unions who worked for the betterment of all workers in this country and who voted for our benefits we have today in Medical and Pensions., This is what those Muslim bastards love about us, noithing else. Muslims are the eternal BLUDGERS that every Australian knows so well and we despise them for jumping on our bakcs to help themselves to all we worked for.

  2. Good on him tell it like it is ,about time
    There is far to much knob polishing over theses retarded muslims

  3. Propaganda war is always confusing and deceiving.
    In such a time a clear red line is vital to know what’s going on behind the scene.
    Make no mistake Australia: Sharia Law is the Red Line!

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