TURKEY’S NEW WEAPON AGAINST GREECE: MUSLIM IMMIGRANTS
Turkey’s “Islamist” government has unleashed a wave of Muslim immigrants on Greece to blackmail Europe: “[Greece] has released a video appearing to confirm that Turkish authorities are ferrying illegal migrants to Europe’s land borders and arming them with tear gas, as well as using its coast guard to escort illegals.”
Watch this new warfare:
Turkish military ties a rope to the Greek border fence & try to pull it down with the help of their military vehicle so that thousands of migrants can storm the Greek/European/Christian border
— BasedPoland (@BasedPoland) March 7, 2020
Greek forces keep on defending the border line.
Turks throw chemicals and Greeks respond with chemicals and flares.
Video via https://t.co/1Q9sx6wK4R#IStandWithGreece #GreeceUnderAttack #GreeceDefendsEurope pic.twitter.com/YhcxRRz8CC
— The Duke (@john_wayne_gr) March 7, 2020
A very worrying development on the homefront:
‘Never felt this unsafe’: Muslim community pleads for more protection in religious discrimination bill
Using the Christchurch event to shut down all criticism of Islam would put Moslems above the law. We would all be censored and dragged through the courts, a method which is already known as ‘lawfare’ or ‘litigation jihad’.
“Attorney-General Christian Porter says he has spoken to Muslim community leaders about their concerns.”
That sounds like he’s already in the bag. The AG is being groomed to be a useful idiot.
Attorney-General Christian Porter is “carefully considering” a plea from Australia’s Muslims for more protection in new religious discrimination laws, as the community warns it has “never felt this unsafe” as the first anniversary of the Christchurch mosque massacre approaches.
In a submission on the second draft of the bill, more than 160 Muslim organisations renewed their calls for anti-vilification measures to be included in the religious discrimination bill, arguing anti-Muslim hate networks are growing online, “thanks to an environment of legal uncertainty”.
“The atrocity of the Christchurch terror attack continues to reverberate in the Australian Muslim community,” the Muslim community submission says, referring to the March 15, 2019, shooting that killed 51 people. “Australian Muslims have never felt this unsafe.”
Their warning coincides with concerns raised by new Australian Security and Intelligence Organisation head Mike Burgess about the growing threat of right-wing extremism.
“In suburbs around Australia, small cells regularly meet to salute Nazi flags, inspect weapons, train in combat and share their hateful ideology,” the new spy boss said in a major address last month. Mr Burgess also warned about white supremacist online forums, sharing right-wing ideologies and encouraging violence.
The Muslim community, which includes the Australian National Imams Council and Australian Federation of Islamic Councils, said existing regulatory mechanisms and criminal laws are not working to protect Muslims, despite an “increasingly radical milieu” online.
They point to a 2018 Victoria University study of more than 41,000 posts from far-right Facebook groups, which showed “Muslims are inferior, sub-human and inherently incompatible with Western liberal norms and values” was a key theme.
The groups want a new civil remedy that would make it unlawful to engage in conduct “that would, or is likely to, harass, threaten, seriously intimidate or vilify” a person or group of persons on the grounds of their religious belief or activity.
“The government is asked to seriously consider the implications of not acting at this time.”
Mr Porter is currently working on a third public version of the bill, saying he expects it will be introduced to federal Parliament “in the near future”.
“I have spoken directly with Muslim community leaders about the Bill and am carefully considering their submission,” he told The Sun-Herald and The Sunday Age.
“Muslim Australians deserve to feel safe in public and online, just like every other Australian. Part of that puzzle is ensuring there are appropriate protections from religious discrimination, but it is also the responsibility of every Australian government to ensure its criminal laws are fit for purpose, and that the online environment cannot be used as an amplifier for terrorism.”
Mr Porter added that the government had done “an extraordinary amount of work to protect all Australians’ safety over recent years, before and after the Christchurch tragedy”. He noted the government was considering public submissions on a bill to improve Australia’s online safety regulations.
“But we cannot afford to pretend that there are any silver bullets, or that our safety requires anything other than constant vigilance at all levels,” he said.
Meanwhile, federal Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has written to Prime Minister Scott Morrison urging him to hold a national multi-faith service on March 15, the anniversary of the Christchurch attack, to bring Australians together “to remember and reflect” and show “that we stand united against hate-filled attacks that seem to divide us”.
The second draft of the religious discrimination bill has drawn wide-ranging criticism from across the community since it was released shortly before Christmas.
Former High Court judge Michael Kirby warned it “actively facilitates intolerance”, while Olympic champion Ian Thorpe said it would harm vulnerable groups, particularly LGBTIQ Australians.
The Australian Council of Trade Unions and Australian Industry Groups have also said parts of the bill will lead to confusion in workplaces, while the Royal Women’s Hospital in Melbourne said it could hamper access to healthcare.
With Dana McCauley
This is how civilisation is eroded and lost, The people are not afraid of Muslims. They are afraid of government protection of Muslims. The Muslims subvert the rule of law of our societies and institute their brutal totalitarian ideology in its place.
“We” did not invite them. They were flooded in by the political class, with no democratic mandate to do this ethnic engineering operation, on the orders of the globalists.