“Explosive dinners” seem to worry leftist pop tarts more than a public beheading in Sydney’s Martin Square. Ignore the head choppers and the global jihad, ignore the blood in the streets and focus on the “far right”: leftism is a not just a mental disorder, its nothing short of collectivist derangement.
One more time: Larry Pickering was an invited guest to a fundraiser by the Q-Society. Q-Soc is being sued by halal racketeer Mohamed el-Mouheli for defamation. The court costs exceed a million dollars. To help out, he donated two of his cartoons, which were auctioned off, that was his contribution. He got to say a few words, and somehow managed to inject a few snide remarks, which went mostly under the radar. JACQUELINE MALEY, journallie for Fairfax, bought her $150 ticket under a private email address, disrespected the terms and conditions of the ticket by publishing the venue details. In typical fashion, Ms Maley failed to provide a true account of the event and the reasons why the function had been organised. Do read on:
Inside the far-right Q Society’s explosive dinner, where Muslims are fair game
Where are the journalists to denounce the stormtroopers of the Left?
Victoria’s police now lets violent Leftists bar peaceful conservatives from going to hear two elected members of Australia’s parliament.
Melbourne now has neo-fascist thugs of the Left who make it dangerous for conservatives to openly meet and speak:
More than 100 anti-racism protesters have confronted members of the far-right, anti-Islam Q Society preparing to attend a fundraiser to be headlined by Senator Cory Bernardi and Queensland MP George Christensen on Friday night. (Full post below the fold)
I spoke at the “Defending Freedom of Speech” function in Melbourne last night, supporting the right of people to speak out and criticise societal institutions, including religions. This includes Islam.
The event organisers had to promote a decoy venue to stop Marxist protestors from gate-crashing and shutting down the event. People turned up to the decoy venue to be told to board a bus to go the real venue. The Marxist protestors then blocked and assaulted people who attempted to board the bus.
Freedom of speech and freedom of association is being slowly eroded in this country not just by anti-discrimination laws such as the Racial Discrimination Act (and particularly Section 18C of that Act) but also by threats of violence and intimidation against those who are deemed to hold politically incorrect views.
Meanwhile, elsewhere in Australia:
HERE IS AN EXTRACT from George Christensen’s speech last night!! You might want to copy and paste it .
For the people interested here is some quotes from last night’s function on FREEDOM of speech, from George Christensen:
Critics of the Catholic Church are never labelled racists or bigots. Criticising Nazis doesn’t equate to hating all Germans. Speaking out about communism is not seen as an attach on the Chinese or North Koreans. He went on to say this: Imagine if someone said Islam had a very marked subordination of women to man and that it is opposed to our modern ideas about society..Well someone did and that was Pope Benedict XV1.. If the Grand Mufti had his way, Pope Benedict would be hauled before the Human Rights Commission. Imagine if someone said Hitler was like Muhammad and he was on his way to found a new Islam. Someone id. Carl Jung. The psychoanalyst, who, under a beefed up 18c, would be diagnosed with the psychological condition of Islamophobia and fined accordingly. Imagine if someone said Muhammed was a disseminator “of scandal and of schism” and so was now in hell where his punishment was to be split or “rent from the chin to where one breath wind” Someone did. The was the poet Dante Alighieri, who in modern Australia would find that after the 9 circles of hell, the tenth would be a day sitting in the dock at an anti discrimination tribunal hearing. Imagine if someone said that Islam was “a vile culture” in which its extremists think “it’s okay to strap bombs onto your children and send them to paradise and whatever else and to behead people” Someone did, The lead singer of the rock band Kiss, Mr Gene Simmons. No more rocking every night and partying every day for him because he would defintiely be locked up by the thought police for that one. What if someone said that within Islam was a “permanent menace” and that it “creates a kind of ecstasy of the very emptiness of its own land, and even, one may say, out of the emptiness of its own theology”. Someone did. The great writer GK Chesterton who no doubt would excalim “What’s wrong with the world?!” as we he was hauled off to see Racial Discrimination Commissioner Tim Soutphommasane. He would join Mark Twain in the paddy wagon because Twain said when he examines the Koran, he knows “that beyond any question every Mohammedan is insane; not in all things, but in religious matters.” What if someone called the Quran “this unintelligible book, each page of which makes common sense shudder” or claimed that Mohammed as a “deceitful character” who cut the throats of fathers and kidnapped daughter; “that he gives to the defeated the choice of his religion or death” Then someone that said that was Voltaire. Imagine! The man who championed separation of church and state being tried for what amounts to blasphemy. What if someone said that “the influence of (Islam) paralyses the social developemnt of those who follow it. No stronger retrograde force exists in the world” . Perhaps if Gillian Triggs was around in the early 20th centrury should would have locked up Winston Churchill for saying that. Islamophobe Churchill would be behind bars! Or what about this one?…. “thirteen hundred years of imperialistic expansion has made the Muslims fighters as a body. They are therefore aggressive. Bullying is the natural excrescence of an aggressive spirit” If we had 18c cover religion we could have locked up Mahatma Ghandi for these non-violent thoughts.
Cowardice and preemptive submission rules this country:
Can you believe how gutless our ‘front line’ people have become ? First the Police Force who do not have the courage to take down any potentially dangerous situation and now our snivelling Armed Forces bending the knee before these petty terrorists.
Indonesia accepts Australian apology and promise of punishment over offensive material
More than 100 anti-racism protesters have confronted members of the far-right, anti-Islam Q Society preparing to attend a fundraiser to be headlined by Senator Cory Bernardi and Queensland MP George Christensen on Friday night.
The protesters blocked the entrance of the marina where those attending the fundraiser began meeting at 5.30pm.
They surrounded a bus on Marine Parade that was due to transport the Q Society supporters to an undisclosed location where the fundraiser was being held.
Some protesters rocked the bus, while others jostled Q Society supporters as they tried to board. One man grabbed another man by the throat in the fracas.
More protesters held signs and shouted slogans including, ‘Racist, sexist, anti-queer Cory is not welcome here’…
At 7pm, protesters allowed the bus to depart with about 10 people on board.
So a violent mob used force for 90 minutes to stop peaceful citizens from meeting two elected politicians. Some physically attacked the citizens, and many abused and intimidated them.
So where were the police during all this?
Police were at the scene, but stayed at a distance. That appeared to be a tactical move, so as not to further ignite the protest.
Police were too scared of the protesters to stop them scaring fellow citizens?
So who rules our streets? Who decides who may meet, who may pass? Leftist stormtroopers or the police?
They crowd held the bus until 7pm when the group announced they had negotiated with the bus driver to allow the passengers to leave.
What on earth is going on in Victoria?
Nor is this an exception. Here are other examples of the Left using violence to stop people in Melbourne with different political opinions from speaking, meeting or hearing. No wonder these thugs now think they have a right to settle argument with intimidation.
A large group of angry protesters has scuffled with people attending a Melbourne speech by controversial Dutch MP Geert Wilders.
There were verbal exchanges on Monday evening as about 200 protesters wrestled with those trying to access the venue at Somerton, in the city’s north.
The demonstrators took guests’ tickets and pushed them to the ground.
April last year:
A Halal food festival has been rocked by a violent brawl between anti-Islam protesters and far-left activists. About 30 far-left protesters wearing black clothing and balaclavas, believed to be part of the anti-fascist Antifa group, swarmed a group of right extremists, including members of the United Patriots Front, Reclaim Australia and other anti-Halal activists. Demonstrators on both sides threw punches, wrestled each other and pinned each other to the ground outside the festival in Ascot Vale. One right-wing protester was punched in the face and left bleeding, and another was left scarred after he was struck with a pole on his chest…
Anti-Islamic group Party for Freedom was picketing the expo when, according to witnesses, protesters from anti-fascist group Antifa launched “an attack”. Erik Anderson said the violence only lasted minutes but was “very intense”. “(Antifa protesters) rocked up in a group and started punching people,” he said.
Protesters and police squared off in a string of ugly confrontations after two opposing rallies were staged at the same time.
Masked thugs used the chaos to burn the Australian flag and attack onlookers…
Organisers used an anti-racism protest on the steps of Parliament in a defiant stand against a nearby counter rally, the Australian National Flag Solidarity Walk, led by the United Patriots Front.
One of the protest organisers, Debbie Brennan of Radical Women, said she wasn’t aware who set the flags alight but defended their right to do so…
But about 20 masked and hooded young men, who splintered off from the anti-racism group, have been blamed for inciting the violence that spiralled just after midday.
At least three onlookers were targeted in separate attacks by anti-fascist ringleaders.
One man filming on his smartphone was the first to be assaulted, punched and kicked to the ground by three men.
Two more photographers were caught in the melee that stunned onlookers at Carlton Gardens.
The Andrew Bolt book launch set for Friday night in Melbourne has been cancelled. IPA said it was because of ill health within Andrew’s family.
The fascist left covered the city with posters saying”Let’s make this book launch a thoroughly unpleasant affair”.
Intimidation beats freedom – we allow those with no cogent arguments to win by acquiescing in their shut-down of debate. What a disgrace
One Nation leader Pauline Hanson and Queensland senator Malcolm Roberts have cancelled a planned event with a Jewish group on Sunday, citing security fears.
The pair had been invited by conservative Jewish gym owner Avi Yemini to speak in the Melbourne suburb of Caulfield, in the heart of the city’s Jewish community, about the “dangers” of Muslim migration to Australia, repealing race hate laws, and other controversial topics.
Protesters planned to greet the senators with a large rally on Sunday and it’s understood organisers had been told by police they would need a sizeable private security presence to meet protesters…
Mr Yemini said in a statement late on Wednesday it was “absolutely ridiculous” he had been forced to tell some 200 people registered for the event that it was too unsafe to go ahead…
Victoria Police said they were aware that similar events had sparked violence, and urged attendees not to bring children or other vulnerable people to the event.
Late on Wednesday, One Nation Senator Hanson said her “high level of concern for the Jewish community’s safety” was the primary reason for the cancellation of the event.
The issue is not whether we like or deplore Pauline Hanson, Cory Bernardi, Geert Wilders, anti-Muslim protesters and Australian nationalists. The issue is whether we tolerate free speech and how we settle our differences.
Do we really let street gangs decide by violence who may meet and speak?
Do we really want conservatives or the far Right believe that they must either shut up or muscle up?
So why won’t Victoria’s police do everything they can to at least protect the right of voters to meet their elected representatives?
And where are the journalists to denounce the stormtroopers of the Left?
Senate passes motion condemning Christensen
SKY NEWS, Tuesday, 14 February 2017
The Senate has passed a motion calling on Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to controversial backbencher George Christensen from the coalition party room for attending an anti-Islam function in Melbourne.
The motion was passed 34-32 with the support of Labor and the Greens.
A Greens motion earlier called for Christensen to be expelled from the Coalition partyroom, however the motion that passed the Senate asked the prime minister to condemn the Nationals MP.
The Greens motion has called on the prime minister to expel Mr Christensen, the way Pauline Hanson was once expelled from the Liberal party for her racist views.
The Q-Society has been criticised in the past for disseminating anti-Islamic views.
They make it sound as if this was a bad thing. These people are mentally deficient.
More disgraceful behaviour by the university that hosted Q-Soc:
Once upon a time, universities were centres of learning, places that encouraged open minds and the free exchange of ideas.
Now, however, it’s no longer the case. Victoria University has been singled out by those who think that universities should be ‘safe spaces’ that protect students and other people from the horror of unrestricted thoughts and conversation.
“Victoria University says it is reviewing its administrative procedures after its Flinders Street campus building wa…
Victoria University apologises for hosting controversial Q Society fundraiser
George Christensen MP at the QSA Defending Freedom of Speech event in Melbourne on 10 Feb 2017. George openly – and in a quite entertaining manner – addresses the problems associated with halal certification schemes and the moral inversion of islamophiles and the regressive left. https://youtu.be/8YF35JNNtSg
Please support our legal defence fund. Kirralie, Debbie and QSA must be able to defend our all right to criticise Islamic impositions.
Finally, here is the media statement from Q:
Melbourne, 13 February 2017. Debbie Robinson, the president of Q Society of Australia Inc (QSA) has earlier today made the following statement in response to criticism about a recent QSA event:
Moral Inversion and Jacqueline Maley’s urge to take offence.
Larry Pickering, Ross Cameron and other renowned personalities who spoke at a Q Society/Halal Choices fundraiser in Sydney on 9 February, did so at a ticketed, private event. Australians know Larry and Ross are not infected with Political Correctness.
Jacqueline Maley, a journalist with the Fairfax organisation, bought her $150 ticket under a private email address and disrespected the terms and conditions of the ticket by publishing the venue details. Ms Maley failed to provide a true account of the event and the reasons why the function had been organised.
Her published perceptions of remarks made by speakers at this private function and confected outrage, stirred up animosity against those attending other QSA events and incited hatred against the organisers. Ms Maley’s piece triggered sociopaths to make death threats against QSA’s Kirralie Smith and myself.
QSA does not agree with every statement guest speakers make and we do not censor what our guests say at a private function. We hold that Australians have the right to speak freely and hear what others have to say. We are thankful when renowned Australians donate their valuable time and, at their own expense, volunteer for the cause of freedom of expression.
Larry Pickering comments about Islam and homosexuals represent his personal views. If he dislikes Muslims, Catholics, homosexuality or the All Blacks, that’s his choice. He does not speak on behalf of Q Society. Larry and Ross are not members of QSA and stand their own ground.
Cartoonists and social commentators are prone to giving honest appraisals of Islam. The Jyllands Posten cartoons, the cartoon contest at Garland, Texas and Charlie Hebdo are just some of the pointers for the morally inverted. Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights contains another strong hint. Not even the UN has subjected this basic human right to a hurt-feelings test.
Anyone brave enough to criticise, mock and ridicule totalitarian ideologies and their followers is our ally. Those who eagerly make excuses for Islam’s sociopathic prophet and the murderous ideology he spawned, are the enemies of equality, liberty and democracy.
More about halal certification schemes, the legal action which is the cause of our fundraising efforts and how you can support our Legal Defence Fund here: http://www.qsociety.org.au/news.html
Contact: Mrs Debbie Robinson
Phone: 1300 361 200
Q Society of Australia Inc
PO Box 1228 – Altona Gate – VIC 3025
Phone 1300 361 200 – Fax 02 8008 1529 – firstname.lastname@example.org
ABN 11 883 362 342 – Incorporated in Victoria A0055409P
One thought on “Part II: “Inside the far-right Q Society’s explosive dinner””
Explosive? Extreme? Right wing? So that is what supporters of democracy and free speech are now. The “journalist” who advised protestors where the Q meeting was should be jailed. Or better, sent to Saudi Arabia for a education as to how Australia will end up if Islam takes over.
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