Category Archive: On Australia

Examining what makes the Australian culture unique and its values Australian

BROKEN HILL tragedy of 1915 was an answer to the call for Jihad

Just over 100 years ago on 11 November 1914 – the Ottoman Sultan Mehmed V, and caliph of all Muslims, who had earlier signed a treaty with Germany, declared a holy war against Great Britain and her allies, “the mortal enemies of Islam”. The ruler of the Ottoman Empire, Ottoman Sultan Mehmed V, and caliph …

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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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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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Today the Courts System failed us

We learned today that the mosque planning application for Bendigo has been given the go ahead, even though the majority of the town doesn’t want it, wasn’t consulted and a list of planning anomalies that measures nearly one and half metres in length. Justice has not been done. Political correctness has been done. Democracy has …

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The Shocking Occupation of East Timor by Indonesia

  In a Nutshell When the Portuguese Empire collapsed in 1975 and they pulled out of East Timor—President Suharto of Indonesia moved in. At the time of the invasion about 45% of the East Timor was Catholic, the rest practiced a version of animism. It was NEVER islamic. That year  East Timor was officially declared the 27th province …

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Soros and His US and Australian Minions

George Soros was born in Hungary. His family were non practising Jews and changed their name to assimilate into the gentile population. When Hitler’s henchman, Adolf Eichmann arrived in Hungary to oversee the extermination of the Jews, George Soros ended up working with a man whose job it was to confiscate property from the Jewish population. Seventy …

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SHARIA behind NEW YEARS EVE Harassment

In 2013 Saudi Author Muhammad al-Dawood sparked a controversy when he encouraged his nearly 100,000 Twitter followers to sexually harass Saudi women working as supermarket cashiers.   Dawood used a story ascribed to the prophet Muhammad to argue that the harassment was morally justified since the aim was to discourage inappropriate behaviour [according to Islam] …

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The Terrorist Links to Sydney’s Al-Faisal College

SNAP SHOT: Bali Bombing where 86 Aussies died was funded by IIRO a global Saudi Charity. The charity in Australia was registered to Shafiq Rahman Abdullah Khan. Today Khan is the Chairman of al-Faisal Muslim College in Sydney. In 2015 the Saudi benefactors of the college, Saudi Prince Khaled Al-Faisal presided over a Counter Terrorism conference hosted …

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2015 Year in Review—(A Patriot’s Perspective)

The aftermath of the Lindt Cafe Siege birthed Reclaim Australia Rallies. Across the nation thousands of families and patriots came out with flags and posters to voice their concerns about the changing social landscape of Australia.   Melbourne Reclaim Rally supported by Danny Nahlia’s Rise Up Australia Party, PDLA and STMIB was the first set …

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Who is looking out for the Australian people?

There are many agendas playing out in the Australian political landscape—cultural marxism/socialism, big business, IMF, UN—but just who is looking out for the Australian People?   The UN for example is a foreign power that in order to gain relevance requires nations like Australia to reduce our sovereignty and individual power and hand over some of …

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