ABBOTT IS ENRAGED
... but he still doesn't get it
Four-time Walkley Award winning political commentator and Churchill Fellow, has returned to the fray over concern that the integrity of news dissemination is continually being threatened by a partisan media.
A national leader needs to be non combative and inclusive in times of crisis but Tony Abbott is seething inside and he has finally mentioned the word “terrorism”. Unfortunately he still talks of a “madman” and a “lone wolf”. He still maintains the Islamic State is not an Islamic movement.
They are the words of a man who knows very little about the history of Islam. His “death cult” descriptor is simply a way of avoiding the term “Islamic State”.
Let’s take “madman”: Is anyone who straps on a suicide vest sane? Is anyone who rapes and kills children sane? Is anyone who shoots and kills hostages in the name of Allah sane? Is anyone who leaves here to join the ISIS sane? Is anyone who preaches despicable Shariah Law sane?
No, Mr Abbott, none of them is sane, they are all “madmen”, every one of them, so why particularise the Martin Place gunman as a “madman” when he's just another Islamic terrorist?
The “Lone wolf”: There is no such thing as an Islamic lone wolf. The Martin Place gunman had accomplices in everything he did. His partner, the woman who allegedly assisted in killing his wife and setting her on fire, was an accomplice. Those who supplied the sawn off shotgun were accomplices.
Those who encouraged and assisted him in the name of Allah were accomplices. The leaders of at least two mosques in Sydney, where unlicensed firearms are known to be stashed, were accomplices. Those who allowed him to fleece our welfare system for 18 years, and those who gave this illegal immigrant, and known Iranian criminal, citizenship were accomplices.
The Muslim organisations who financed his legal costs, including a $50,000 appeal to the High Court, were accomplices. Does anyone seriously believe that no-one in the mosques of western Sydney was aware of, or instrumental in, what he had planned?
No Mr Abbott, Islamic terrorists never act as “lone wolves”.
“ISIS is not an Islamic movement”: Wrong again, the ISIS is borne of Wahhabism, the original and most basic form of Islam, the same form of Islam that spawned Osama bin Laden’s Al Queda and the same form of Islam that drove the Taliban to kill 132 Pakistani schoolchildren while screaming Allahu akbar (God is great).
The Taliban grew from an extensive network of Taliban schools in Pakistan that were financed by Saudi Arabia. The Saudis also provided teachers and scholarships.
It is the Wahhabi form of Islam that has made the ISIS filthy rich from the Saudi inspired and managed multi trillion dollar Halal tax on Western produce.
Saudi Arabia is one of only two countries in the world to recognise the Wahhabi ISIS and the Taliban. The only other Wahhabi State is the outrageously corrupt Qatar, but the doctrine is not as strictly enforced.
The Taliban's interpretation of Saudi Wahhabism and Shariah Law is identical to that of the ISIS. It demands that women be completely covered in public, that girls not be educated. There are bans on music, television, newspapers and the cinema, and it exacts punishments similar to those practised in Saudi Arabia, where there are public beheadings, crucifixions, stonings, amputations and floggings.
Since 1745 Wahhabi Islam has been the religion of choice of the dynasties of the Royal House of Saud, although the wealthy princes do pretty much whatever they want.
A major Shia shrine, the 10th century Al-Askari Mosque, was bombed twice, in 2006 and 2007. This was when the Wahhabi ISIS first appeared on the scene as an anti-Shia force, once it had regrouped during the Syrian civil war.
So, no again Mr Abbott, to suggest the ISIS is not Islamic is akin to suggesting a viper is not reptilian.
[The previous post "MUSLIM PHOTO OP." was deleted by Facebook as offensive and I have been banned for a week, so I am unable to post or answer any messages until Christmas eve. Hope to catch up with all the messages then. Sorry about that.]