Flinders Street accused charged with attempted murder
They come here as refugees, get housing and welfare and better standard of living than they could ever dream of in their rathole countries, yet they hate us and blame us rather than going home and fighting for their country to make it better. We keep importing terrorists and criminals and our police call their jihad mental illness. This needs to stop. Our politicians must be held personally accountable…
SAEED Noori was already 18 in 2004, when the war in Afghanistan between NATO troops and the Taliban was escalating.
But instead of fighting in his country, he fled to Australia along with his brothers, sister and parents.
The Noori family had hit the jackpot as refugees in the world’s most generous per-capita resettlement program, with free healthcare, education, income support and housing in suburban Melbourne.
As Noori made his home in our peaceful country, young Australians were dying in his country, trying to liberate it from the Taliban he had escaped.
In 2007, when Noori was 21 and had gained full citizenship, three Australian soldiers were killed in Oruzgan province: Private Luke Worsley, 26, SASR Sergeant Matthew Locke, 33, and Trooper David Pearce, 41.
Police allege that last week Saeed Noori repaid Australia’s kindness by driving an SUV into pedestrians at a busy intersection on Melbourne’s Flinders St, hospitalising 19 people, aged from four to 83.
Yesterday he was charged with 18 counts of attempted murder and one count of conduct endangering life.
Thanks to the rancid political correctness of the Victorian Premier and his police chiefs, we have been engaged ever since in an unsavoury semantic argument about whether or not this amounted to an act of terrorism.
Acting Chief Commissioner Shane Patton initially ruled out terrorism and raised the mental illness and alleged drug use of the suspect in custody last week.
In doing so he appeared to ignore the religious ideology which is the primary motivation of similar vehicle attacks around the world. Here we had a suspect who fit the profile of similar vehicle terrorist attacks in Nice, Jerusalem, Berlin, London, Stockholm, Barcelona, New York.
He’s Muslim, and a refugee. And he allegedly told police the attack was in retaliation for the “mistreatment of Muslims”, and cited “Allah” and ASIO.
Obviously the majority of Muslims in Australia are not terrorists, but the majority of terrorists are Muslims.
This is gibberish. Under islamic law, every Mohammedan is a soldier of allah. Every able bodied man, woman & child must participate in jihad to make the world islamic. Under Mohammedan law, every believer must be a terrorist.
Equally, the majority of refugees are not terrorists but the majority of terrorist attacks carried out in Australia have been by refugees, despite what ASIO boss Duncan Lewis told a Senate committee in May.
More of the same apologetic claptrap.
For instance Iranian Man Haron Monis at the Lindt cafe was a refugee, as was Afghan Numan Haider, 18, who stabbed two police officers in Melbourne in the name of Islamic State, as was Iranian Farhad Jabar, 15, who murdered police accountant Curtis Cheng in Parramatta in 2015.
Also refugees were two of the men convicted over the Holsworthy Barracks terror plot in 2009 — Saney Aweys and Nayef El Sayed — and Islamic State boss Mohammad Ali Baryalei, accused of conspiring to kidnap and behead a random Australian.
Without commenting on the current case, Sydney psychiatrist and Bangladeshi-born Tanveer Ahmed said: “A minority from refugee backgrounds are more prone to committing (terrorist) acts … because they are more likely to acquire resentment given they will often lack skills, or have histories of trauma.
Gobbledeegook from a Mohammedan shrink who makes excuses for the jihad of his coreligionists, until he himself partakes in it.
“Terrorism is an act of personal resentment that is then conflated with the political ideology of resentment that is Islamism.
There is no “islamism”, there is only Islam. It doesn’t need resentment to be activated, the hatred is the mental baggage that every Mohammedan carries inside his head.
Those that are likely to latch on to such ideas are likely to be paranoid themselves and prone to blaming the outside world for their problems, known in psychological terms as projection. They are also more likely to express their frustrations and failures through … violence.”
Read what I wrote above. Ahmed’s apologetics suck.
Ahmed also points out the obvious: that terrorism “does not need to be coherent, well-organised and with clear links to organised groups like ISIS to be categorised as an act of terrorism”.
Its organised within the umma, the 1.5 gazillion believers around the world. The individual doesn’t count.
To be fair to the Victorian police, perhaps at the time that Patton gave his press conference on Thursday there was not enough evidence to meet a legal definition of terrorism. But authorities need to find a form of words which passes the pub test, because what happened last week in Flinders St is what in normal language is understood to be a terrorist attack.
The police sucks, we know that.
To say otherwise makes them look as though they are not disclosing everything to the public and that, in itself, creates a climate ripe for conspiracy theories, public distrust and social unrest.
We have one of the world’s most successful immigrant countries. That only works because ordinary Australians make individual decisions to fit in and get on with each other. This goes against the normal experience of humankind through history, in which homogenous societies are the most harmonious.
You can integrate much of humanity, but you can’t integrate Islam that seeks to destroy and replace us.
In other words, we are strong despite our diversity, not because of it, and that is a huge achievement.
Enough preachy BS already. Diversity divides, unity unites.
But if there emerges a feeling that immigration is posing a danger or destroying our social fabric, and that authorities are hiding the truth behind political correctness, then our harmony frays, and suddenly diversity is not a strength but a weakness.
Its not “immigration” that threatens us, its Islam.
It is time for honesty about the source of the terrorist threat in this country, and the make-up of our refugee intake. There are plenty of Christian and Yazidi refugees in the world to help, without offering to share our home with people who want to kill us.
At last some truthiness in the last paragraph.