August 2016 archive

Ban the Koran for “Swearing In” and Here is Why

In 2013 the first Muslim MP, Ed Husic swore in as the Prime Minister’s new parliamentary secretary on the Koran. In 2016 he convinced Anne Aly the second Muslim elected into the Australian Parliament, to do the same. This is the set of principles they are both swearing, as their “moral code”. They include gender …

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OIC—the rising Caliphate of Islam

The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) is the second largest inter-governmental organisation after the United Nations (UN). It has a membership of 57 countries, called “member states”, that are spread over four continents including the Palestinian Authority. It meets every year to deliberate over issues of concern to the member states and the united UMMAH. The OIC is …

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TREASON—Hawke, Keating, Rudd, Gillard, and Turnbull

In November 1999 Australians through a nationwide Referendum decided NOT to create a Republic. This was a confirmation to the Government that Australians wanted to remain as Australian with an Australian Constitution—we wanted to stay with what we knew. But what the Australian public didn’t know is that our Labor politicians were working really hard behind our …

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If Anjem got 10 years—then Islam should get LIFE

  BRITAIN: Yesterday, people across the world including in Australia, celebrated as they witnessed Anjem Choudry receive 10 years jail for his transgressions against the British public. He has always advocated establishing Sharia Law in Britain, the inequality of women and the removing all Shirk* and non Muslims from all Muslim dominated neighbourhoods and joining …

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Separation of Church and State is also Biblical

Consider this: The separation of “Church” from “State” is a mandate from God made through the Bible to man, and not the other way around. When Moses took the people out of Egypt he was assigned the job of head of State and Aaron was given the job of looking after the Temple. Moses was civic and …

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