You can understand Greens and doctors wanting to kidnap kids from hospitals, they’ve lived their lives in universities and Labor law firms, but not nurses. A little bit of forethought wouldn’t go astray here and Greens and doctors have never been very good at that, so let’s get one thing straight:
If you could take the Islam out of the Muslim you’d probably have a nice bloke, but what chance is there of that? Once a Muslim toddler is taught that non-Muslims must perish at the hands of righteous jihadists, then you will never change him.
Who is Islam’s official arbiter, curator and promoter of the horrific Shariah law? Why it’s none other than Mr Turnbull’s new best friend, his eminence the non-English speaking grand mufti of Australia Dr (everyone’s a doctor or a sheik) Ibrahim Abu Mohamed.
The Combatants: AN UNHOLY ALLIANCE USING THE GREEN RELIGION TO ACHIEVE WORLD DOMINATION Vs THE WHITE KNIGHTS OF FREEDOM AND DECENTRALISED CONSTITUTIONAL DEMOCRACY
The Foreign Ministry is the plum job every Minister wants. The person elected Deputy Leader has the choice of portfolio and Shorten’s shadow deputy, Plibersek, made the same choice. It’s the greatest rort going with first class travel for you and your spouse, the best in hotels and sumptuous tucker. There is no need for you to get involved in boring parochial politics, it’s impossible to make a mistake, you can make lots of friends with a limitless budget and of course DFAT is accountable to no-one.
We will not see an end to young Muslim males acting out their religious duty of jihadi martyrdom any time soon. It is a part of Islam. How many times have we heard the families of young jihadis say, “We had no idea”? Not true. They had more than an idea.
Australia’s multiple disconnected Security Agencies are noticeably hard at work investigating yet another “politically motivated incident”, soon after it happened... and still they don’t get it!
Over a year ago Harry Richardson, best selling author, a respected authority on Islam and contributor to pickeringpost.com, wrote explaining the real role of mosques and the dark future they pose for Australia. This is Harry's ominous article:
A 15 year old Muslim kid commits an act of terrorism and murders a police employee. PM Turnbull said, “We must never blame Muslims for a tiny minority”. That’s polispeak for, “Please allow me to appease you further.”
“Road accidents kill more Americans than terrorists”, said Obama, again determined to play down Islamic terrorism in the wake of yet another school massacre. Gun crimes kill more Americans than um... well, if you include 9/11 and Obama’s "workplace incidents” it’s less than 4,000 Americans who have died on home soil at the hands of terrorists compared to almost 10,000 violent gun deaths so far this year. That’s sort of correct Mr President, but 7,500 of those 10,000 were suicides.
In the wake of a tidal wave of Liberal Party desertions, Paul Zanetti interviews the playmakers at the head of a front-running Conservative alternative, the Australian Liberty Alliance (whatever that means) who are launching later this month.
Surprise, surprise... Putin is usurping what should be the role of the black bloke who created this mess. No surprise to Pickering Post readers, because they got it first here weeks ago: http://pickeringpost.com/story/putin-steps-into-the-breach/5335 It seems, as Putin suggests, Obama still doesn’t realise what he has done.
The foyer of Al Jazeera’s headquarters in Doha, Qatar, is adorned with graphics assigning terrorism a leading role: There is bin Laden seated on a mat, his submachine gun on his lap; further along there is bin Laden again, on horseback this time, in Afghanistan... the brave regal knight of the Arab world. A huge, glamorous poster of bin Laden's silhouette hangs in the background of the main studio.
We all know that we vote for a Party’s candidate, the successful Party then elects a leader who becomes the Prime Minister. We don’t elect the PM; that’s the Westminster system. So where has it all gone so terribly wrong?
In 2012 Julie Bishop said of Bob Carr and his wife’s travel arrangements, "It is not common practice for a Foreign Minister or a Secretary of State to travel with a spouse for the business part of a visit, I guess what's quite concerning is it is against the (Labor) Government's own ministerial guidelines.