WE now know the real threat. It’s not militant Islam, but our own quislings so desperate to surrender. ( The word "quisling" has since become a synonym for "collaborator" or "traitor," reflecting the very poor light in which Norwegian politician Vidkun Quisling's actions were seen, both at the time and since his death. )
STATE SCHOOL FOR ISLAM
THE NSW Education Department last week belatedly removed the principal of Punchbowl Boys High School, a violent state school with mainly Muslim pupils.
Scumbag Chris Griffiths, said by police to be a Muslim convert, allegedly resisted an anti-radicalisation program, barred visits from police community liaison officers, and banned female teachers from official events.
Police complained that a senior staff member had also called them “pigs” in front of pupils. Threats to behead staff, by pupils claiming to support Islamic State, had not been reported to them, either.
Griffiths has refused to comment on the allegations.
But ask yourself: if this is how Muslim immigration changes a state school, how is it changing whole suburbs?
And is this how our authorities — in this case, a principal — respond? By aiding, abetting or even covering up what should be resisted?
THE Hurstville Boys Campus of Georges River College also has many Muslim pupils, and allows boys to refuse to shake hands with women, allegedly on religious grounds.
The school hosted an awards ceremony (photo) at which one of the school’s two principals instructed female presenters how to adapt to this new protocol, which even had the blessing of the NSW Education Department.
Incredibly, Education Minister Rob Stokes last week admitted this protocol was indeed “sexist”, but that we had to be sensitive to “particular cultural difficulty”.
Pardon? To be sensitive to Islam we must now permit sexism in our state schools, meant to inculcate pupils with Australia’s values.
IGNORE WIFE-BEATING SERMONS
OUR biggest broadcaster, the taxpayer-funded ABC, employs scarf-wearing Muslim presenters such as Yassmin Abdel-Magied to portray Islam as being no threat.
Last month, Abdel-Magied even used the ABC to proclaim Islam as “the most feminist religion”. Forget Saudi Arabia. Forget the niqab. Forget what the Koran actually says.
The ABC’s apologetics became even more absurd a week later, when Keysar Trad, president of the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils, confirmed on The Bolt Report that the Koren instructed men to beat disobedient wives.
To be fair, he insisted that this was a “last resort”.
But this startling contradiction of Abdel-Magied’s claim that Islam was “feminist” was ignored by every one of the ABC’s current affairs shows and main radio presenters.
Meanwhile, the ABC’s news website carried no fewer than four more stories attacking Christianity and Catholics.
Other Left-wing media, including The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, and Guardian Australia, also refused to report Trad’s comments, even though federal ministers were condemning them.
These journalists would seemingly rather protect Islam from scrutiny than protect women from a beating.
At least the ABC’s head of editorial policy, Alan Sunderland, admitted in a Senate hearing that the ABC’s lack of reporting “wasn’t good enough”.
Yet look what continues. Just yesterday, ABC Leftist appeaser Barrie Cassidy (photo) rebuked One Nation leader Pauline Hanson for warning against sharia law.
Cassidy protested that Australian Muslims “all say that they’re prepared to obey Australian law and operate under that basis”.
Really? All? How about the scores of Hizb ut Tahrir supporters who marched through Lakemba, chanting: “From Lakemba to Gaza, One call ‘khalifa’ (caliphate).” We need to root out this Filth! Deport the Bastards !
OPPOSITION Leader Bill Shorten (and born-again Deadshit) three weeks ago demonstrated the self-loathing that makes so many of the Left so reluctant to defend our culture.
The federal Labor leader gave a speech blaming white Australians for the failure of so many Aborigines to find work, send their children to school, or stop beating their wives.
“We poisoned the water holes,” Shorten claimed. “We distributed blankets infested
Both claims are false. As I’ve explained in a recent column, there is no proof anywhere of either allegation, meant to portray mainstream Australia as riddled with vicious racism.
Yet not a single Canberra reporter called Shorten out. I assume most thought his vile falsehoods true.
Likewise, virtually no journalist or politician dares acknowledge there is no proof, either, of the “stolen generations” — the 100,000 children the Human Rights Commission claimed were stolen from their parents by officials just because they were Aboriginal.
To this day, not a single activist has met Andrew Bolt's to name even 10 such children, yet we have the “stolen generations” now being taught in schools.
The Way I See It.........what a way to poison any love of this country.
What a way to teach Muslim children this country is contemptible, and to teach non-Muslim Australians it’s not worth defending. Disgusting !