I’d like to pay tribute to Barack Hussein Obama and his incredible legacy. Obama is a Muslim. I’m not just saying that, he really is. According to the Islamic faith, if your father is a Muslim then you are too. Obama’s father was a Muslim.
My last essay identified contemporary examples of control that align with George Orwell’s marxist inspired novel 1984. It ended with a brief synopsis of the goals of the sinister Ingsoc (English Socialist) ideology.
A couple of years ago I made the prediction that within 15 years, Islam will be finished as a force on this planet. At the time I thought this might turn out to be a conservative estimate. I still do.
The Director General of ASIO, Duncan Lewis, has the responsibility of protecting Australia from internal security threats to our Western democratic way of life. And he thinks Islam is peaceful.
Today the Sydney Morning Herald published yet another article by their Islamic poster boy Waleed Aly. The comment preceding the post on facebook said, “This isn’t really a conversation about Islam. It’s too transparent politically, and theologically illiterate – for that. The more interesting story here is one of a collapsing brand of politics.”
If you take all the bad things out of Islam, there’s very little left but a few pages of a now-meaningless Koran and clearly Abbott hasn’t read it anyway. Reform Islam? What a bloody stupid suggestion!
In George Orwell's dystopian story 1984, the central character Winston Smith is a member of the Outer Party who works in the Ministry of Truth rewriting past news articles. The narrative is set in Airstrip One (once Great Britain), a province of the superstate Oceania.
PM Turnbull continues to throw billions of our hard-earned at his favourite bureaucracies including the global-warming hoax, the ABC, and the CSIRO, each of which was marginally defunded under Abbott. But not a word of protest from the ABC or Fairfax about Turnbull’s complete lack of funding.
Not since Gillard has an assassin of a first term PM had such unqualified adoration of media. But was it due to their love of the Left-leaning Turnbull or their incandescent hatred of Abbott? Throw an unelectable Shorten into the mix and the rich bloke from Point Piper becomes an instant reason for Christmas cheer.