Calls to regulate halal products
New pressure on the Government to regulate halal products so everyone knows where the money goes. Mike Duffy reports.
A HUGE VICTORY FOR OUR CALL TO ACTION “MY WILL CAMPAIGN”.
Senator Sam Dastyari has been removed from the chair of the Senate Inquiry against Halal Certification.
Groups such as the Truthophobes and Australian Women against Sharia Law have made this possible.
We wrote hundreds of “My Will letters” to the Senate, to all Senators and our local and Federal MPs presenting our will that Dastyari to be removed because of his biased opinion and we won.
It shows that we the people have power (even the media did not even reported it) and I hope that we get even more people to take action when we asked you next time to support our calls to action!
Well done everyone who was a part of this!!!!!!
THE TERROR TAX
In several countries, halal certification schemes have been found to directly fund groups like Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood, proscribed terrorist organisations in the Middle East and the West, including Australia.
Halal certifiers use seemingly well-intentioned (Islamic) Non-Profit Organisations (NPOs) aka registered charities to funnel funds to Islamic terrorists, as has been proven in Canada, France, the UK and the US.
It should be no surprise that it’s also happening in Australia.
In this final examination in the series I take a look at the serpentine links between just one halal certifier in Australia and terrorist funding. I’m pretty sure you’ll be as horrified, but as unsurprised as I was with what you’re about to have confirmed – the incontrovertible links from your grocery money to terrorism.
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is a global independent intergovernmental body that develops policies to protect the global financial system against money laundering and terrorist financing.
FATF recommendations are recognised as the standard for global anti-money laundering (AML) and counter-terrorist financing (CTF). The Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) references FATF for its intelligence on terrorist funding.
The AIC is Australia’s national research and knowledge centre on crime and justice under the watch of the Federal Minister for Justice, Michael Keenan.
The most recent report by an Australian government on the links between terrorists and non-profit organisations was over three years ago.
Julia Gillard was Prime Minister, Nicola Roxon was Attorney General and Jason Clare was Minister for Home Affairs and Minister for Justice.
On February 10, 2012, Roxon and Clare released a report by the AIC on the risks of money laundering and terrorism funding by NPOs. It was pretty much just a rehash of the FATF warnings. (Pickeringpost has more)