Category: Multiculturalism

Do we really want civil war?

The Finsbury Retribution attack by an Englishman mounting a footpath and driving at Muslims was a game changer for the West. It is the first time a westerner used terror tactics against Muslims. Nor was it surprising that the perpetrator, Father-of-four, Darren Osborne, after being apprehended by those at the scene, said  “I have done my …

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The Three Limitations to Multiculturalism

When Multiculturalism was adopted as a policy for Australia three commonsense limitations were placed on the Policy to safeguard Australians from abuse. This documentation was readily available on the Government website up to 2014. However the page can no longer be found. (The link was http://www.immi.gov.au/media/publications/multicultural/agenda/agenda89/whatismu.htm.) Fortunately the content of those limitations has been preserved as follows.

Why Muslims stay silent on terrorism

This infamous picture taken on the bridge shows a Muslim female walking past the carnage with her hand shielding her vision and her eyes fixed firmly on her phone. Islam has a morality code vastly different to the West, formed from its foundations in the Qu’ran, Hadiths and Sharia. Her behaviour and the silence of Muslims across the world concerning terrorism …

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How Islam fails Multiculturalism

“Multiculturalism” assumes that our laws, social framework, technology and amenities will create such a welcoming and friendly atmosphere that all people will assimilate with us —because of our “superior” lifestyle. The problem with this view is that it overlooks the dynamic effect religion plays in people’s lives. It also denies that fact people could have …

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