Just how would he know that? Did Allah whisper in his ear?
The other day he suggested that the major parties who have betrayed us, should “take the oxygen out of the Australian Liberty Alliance”. With friends like this, is it any wonder that Islamisation progresses a pace?
Yes, Islam needs reform.
(Islam is “perfect”. It cannot be reformed.)
Yes, a significant minority of Muslims represent a security threat.
More than that. Much more.
But note also: most Australian Muslims are opposed to terrorism, and are as much Australian as anyone. To drive a wedge between them and the rest of us is not just unfair, nasty and stupid, but dangerous.
If wishes were horses, even beggars could ride. We don’t know what “most Muslims” are, and Bolt doesn’t speak for them,
So the following people are a menace and should just shut the hell up.
A guy who was dragged through the courts and censored under Australia’s oppressive hate speech law (18-C) is calling for censorship? That sucks, Andrew.
Independent Senator Jacqui Lambie … called for greater security screening of the 12,000 Syrian refugees Australia will soon be accepting.
“No one’s talked putting security, electronic bracelets on them, nobody’s gone that far, I think it’s about time we put our foot down here,” she said… “Maybe the first person that should have an electronic device put them is the bloody Grand Mufti,” Senator Lambie said.
“We’ll be able monitor what is going on and where they’re going,” Senator Lambie said.
United Patriots Front:
Farmer John, from United Patriots, spoke to the crowd while it chanted “No Muslims in Melton”, and threatened more violent action.
“We’re going to burn every mosque down if they build them … Let’s stick it up them,” he said.
Farmer John, if you’ve been quoted correctly you are an idiot and a menace.
But a great many Australians are naturally and genuinely worried, and it would be a huge mistake to dismiss them as just more Jacqui Lambies or Farmer Johns:
Australians overwhelmingly fear a Paris-style terror attack on our shores, with more than half believing a large-scale event is likely and one-quarter convinced it is inevitable.
Right. We might have a case after being blown up and assassinated here and there…..
A special Newspoll, taken at the weekend exclusively for The Australian, also reveals that two-thirds of people believe the Muslim community is not doing enough to condemn terrorist attacks or to integrate into society.
And it found voters divided on whether Australia should commit ground troops in Iraq and Syria to fight Islamic State.
I don’t think we’re seeing the mainstream political leadership needed to address these fears. Just dismissing those fears, relativising them or treating them as evidence of “homophobia” – all favorites of the media class – simply won’t do.
No. We don’t want any more Islam. We don’t want any more Muslims, Mosques, brown nosing politicians and weak kneed journallie selling us out.