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CLOTS COCOONED IN CANBERRA

Larry Pickering

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.

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So far this year, approximately $1.3 billion in Federal funding, including another half billion dollars announced in Tuesday's budget, has been earmarked to counter the increasing threat of radical Islam. But Muslim leaders want that money spent on “de-radicalising” their youth rather than on national security measures.

Hmmm, why wouldn’t they? That’s a tidy little sum to get your sweaty mitts on if you can show that your loyal son of Islam needs to decapitate someone... and that shouldn’t be too hard.

ASIO Chief, Duncan Lewis, agrees... Parental information is "a very important source" of intel for authorities, as early signs of radicalisation can be evident in the privacy of the home.

"They are getting younger," Mr Lewis said. "September last year we still had people in their 20s being arrested… by Christmas it was late teens. Now we are talking about mid teens. So there is a trend toward younger youth.

"The other thing is the speed. Radicalisation appears to be very rapid, almost inexplicably so. We're talking about weeks or a couple of months from being normal to being radicalised.”

It seems the ASIO hierarchy today is equally as thick as pig shit as it was back in the 60s.

Duncan Lewis has recently replaced Kevin Rudd’s mate, David Irvine, who spent most of his time as ASIO chief blurting out his intentions to media and to anyone who would listen.

In the 60s, ASIO was treated as a Canberran joke, with dozens of drunken would-be sleuths, with far too much to say, carousing Red Hill looking for Embassy cocktail parties to crash... I know, I was with them.

Our leading domestic intelligence Agency does not appear to have improved its intelligence gathering techniques under Duncan Lewis.

ASIO will never “get it” while cocooned in its brand new $700 million edifice on prime Parkes real estate in Canberra. Still unfinished (it was reported China had hacked the blueprints to the building so the interior had to be pulled out and reinstalled) and with 1800 would-be super spooks with X boxes waiting to move in, it looks like another Rudd stuff-up waiting to happen, if it hasn’t already happened, with alarms going off at all hours of the night, drunks found asleep inside and windows falling out for no apparent reason.

(Pictured, Rudd inspects his handiwork with Dreyfus at the opening back in July of 2013.)

Had the building been sited west of Sydney, maybe around Lakemba somewhere, ASIO might have soon realised the extent of its task and how to handle it. Relying on the parents of prospective ISIS recruits to inform on their kids is plain bloody stupid!

Has this clueless Lewis not noticed that the parent of every kid charged with a terrorism offence walks from court, waving his arms wildly and claiming a set-up and police brutality?

Perhaps a multi-million dollar TV campaign. Yeah, “DOB IN YOUR MUSLIM KID”... that’s bound to work! “We promise we’ll let you visit him every Friday for prayers at Goulburn Supermax.” I mean, WTF!

Lewis went on to say yesterday, "They (ISIS recruiters) are looking for young, impressionable kids and grooming them. This is where families become so important in this. We don't want to get to them at the stage where they're posing a danger. We want families and communities to be intervening earlier."

Yeah, yeah, just tell us where you live and we’ll go pick him up, after a few Enid Blyton books he’s bound to come good.

Until this Government decides to bite the bullet rather than merely suck on it, until it stops throwing billions at trying to “de-radicalise” radical Islam rather than extinguishing it at its roots, then Aussies who don’t live in secluded leafy suburbs like Parkes will remain at risk.

Julie Bishop’s message late last year was this: “We must de-radicalise Muslim youths who are returning from Syria”. Now the Government has finally twigged to what I have been screaming at protest rallies... “Muslim youths are being radicalised right here! So it needs to be stopped right here! Stopped at the book shops, the mosques and so-called ‘youth centres’ where Islamic preachers openly spread their cancerous message.”

As long as mosques continue to proliferate, dumb Muslim youths will continue to be convinced that 72 virgins are awaiting them.



Comments

Fully agree with you Wasp, Bits

dad...which one?

mother .... Mohamed is acting strange

maybe that having 12 kids gets confusing at times

Muslims are murdering Christians all over the planet and all the UN is interested in is their human rights.....are these brain dead morons serious...PM, give them the Big E...stand up for your country, if you follow this UN crap then you are as loopy as they are.

Yes Gunther, if everybody treated each other with mutual respect there would not be a problem.

all religion IS mind control. The cabal have been using religion to divide and rule teh sheeple forever.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B14ae6ywa4w

Correct, but "dumb" is a bit too soft. I'd say "fucked up scumbag"

haha after a few Enid Blyton books he’s bound to come good.

All religions are equal according to the UN and Tony believes and obeys.
.
"......stressing the need to effectively combat defamation of all religions and incitement to religious hatred in general and against Islam and Muslims in particular"
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UNITED NATIONS
.
General Assembly Distr.
.
LIMITED
.
A/HRC/10/L.11
.
12 May 2009
.
Original: ENGLISH
.
HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL Tenth session
.
Agenda item 1
.
ORGANIZATIONAL AND PROCEDURAL MATTERS Draft report of the Human Rights Council on its tenth session*
.
Vice-President and Rapporteur: Mr. Elchin Amirbayov (Azerbaijan)
.
10/22. Combating defamation of religions ................................................... 78
.
Noting with deep concern the instances of intolerance, discrimination and acts of violence against followers of certain faiths occurring in many parts of the world, in addition to the negative projection of certain religions in the media and the introduction and enforcement of laws and administrative measures that specifically discriminate against and target persons with certain ethnic and religious backgrounds, particularly Muslim minorities following the events of 11 September 2001, and that threaten to impede their full enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms,
.
Stressing that defamation of religions is a serious affront to human dignity leading to a restriction on the freedom of religion of their adherents and incitement to religious hatred and violence,
.
Noting with concern that defamation of religions and incitement to religious hatred in general could lead to social disharmony and violations of human rights, and alarmed at the inaction of some States to combat this burgeoning trend and the resulting discriminatory practices against adherents of certain religions and, in this context, stressing the need to effectively combat defamation of all religions and incitement to religious hatred in general and against Islam and Muslims in particular,
.
A/HRC/10/L.11 page 80
.
Convinced that respect for cultural, ethnic, religious and linguistic diversity, as well as dialogue among and within civilizations, are essential for global peace and understanding, while manifestations of cultural and ethnic prejudice, religious intolerance and xenophobia generate hatred and violence among peoples and nations,
.
Underlining the important role of education in the promotion of tolerance, which involves acceptance by the public of and its respect for diversity.
.
.
.
10/25. Discrimination based on religion or belief and its impact
on the enjoyment of economic, social and cultural rights ................. 92
.
44th meeting
27 March 2009
.
[Adopted by a recorded vote of 34 to 0, with 13 abstentions. See chapter III. The voting was as follows:
.
In favour: Angola, Argentina, Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Canada, Chile, Cuba, France, Gabon, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Madagascar, Mauritius, Mexico, Netherlands, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Philippines, Republic of Korea, Russian Federation, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Switzerland, Ukraine,
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Uruguay, Zambia;
.
Abstaining: Bahrain, Bangladesh, China, Djibouti, Egypt, Ghana, India, Jordan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Senegal.]
.
10/25. Discrimination based on religion or belief and its impact on the enjoyment of economic, social and cultural rights
.
The Human Rights Council,
.
Recalling General Assembly resolution 36/55 of 25 November 1981, in which the Assembly proclaimed the Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Intolerance and of Discrimination Based on Religion or Belief,
.
Recalling also article 18 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, article 2 (2) of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and other relevant human rights provisions,
.
Recalling further its resolution 6/37 of 14 December 2007 and the resolutions on the elimination of all forms of intolerance and of discrimination based on religion or belief adopted by the General Assembly and by the Commission on Human Rights,
A/HRC/10/L.11 page 93
.
Noting with interest the recent adoption of the Optional Protocol to the International
Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights by the General Assembly,
.
Reaffirming that all human rights are universal, indivisible, interdependent and interrelated,
.
Firmly believing that further intensified and strong efforts are required to promote and protect the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion or belief and to eliminate all forms of hatred, intolerance and discrimination based on religion or belief, as also noted at the World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance,
.
Noting that a formal or legal distinction at the national level between different kinds of faith-based communities may constitute discrimination and may impinge on the enjoyment of the freedom of religion or belief,
.
Recognizing that persons belonging to religious minorities are often particularly vulnerable to discrimination based on religion or belief with regard to the enjoyment of all their human rights and fundamental freedoms, including their economic, social and cultural rights,
.
Seriously concerned at all attacks on religious places, sites and shrines, including any deliberate destruction on relics and monuments, particularly when in violation of international law, in particular human rights and humanitarian law,
.
Recognizing the importance of enhanced inter-religious and intra-religious dialogue in promoting tolerance in matters relating to religion or belief, and welcoming different initiatives in this regard, including the Alliance of Civilizations and the programmes led by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization,
.
Emphasizing that States, regional organizations, non-governmental organizations, religious bodies and the media have an important role to play in promoting tolerance, respect for religious and cultural diversity and in the universal promotion and protection of human rights, including freedom of religion or belief.

Have to wonder why people vote to have these mental retards tell them what to do.

UNITED NATIONS
.
General Assembly Distr.
.
LIMITED
.
A/HRC/10/L.11
.
12 May 2009
.
Original: ENGLISH
.
HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL Tenth session
.
Agenda item 1
.
ORGANIZATIONAL AND PROCEDURAL MATTERS Draft report of the Human Rights Council on its tenth session*
.
Vice-President and Rapporteur: Mr. Elchin Amirbayov (Azerbaijan)
.
10/22. Combating defamation of religions ................................................... 78
.
Noting with deep concern the instances of intolerance, discrimination and acts of violence against followers of certain faiths occurring in many parts of the world, in addition to the negative projection of certain religions in the media and the introduction and enforcement of laws and administrative measures that specifically discriminate against and target persons with certain ethnic and religious backgrounds, particularly Muslim minorities following the events of 11 September 2001, and that threaten to impede their full enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms,
.
Stressing that defamation of religions is a serious affront to human dignity leading to a restriction on the freedom of religion of their adherents and incitement to religious hatred and violence,
.
Noting with concern that defamation of religions and incitement to religious hatred in general could lead to social disharmony and violations of human rights, and alarmed at the inaction of some States to combat this burgeoning trend and the resulting discriminatory practices against adherents of certain religions and, in this context, stressing the need to effectively combat defamation of all religions and incitement to religious hatred in general and against Islam and Muslims in particular,
.
A/HRC/10/L.11 page 80
.
Convinced that respect for cultural, ethnic, religious and linguistic diversity, as well as dialogue among and within civilizations, are essential for global peace and understanding, while manifestations of cultural and ethnic prejudice, religious intolerance and xenophobia generate hatred and violence among peoples and nations,
.
Underlining the important role of education in the promotion of tolerance, which involves acceptance by the public of and its respect for diversity,
.
.
.
10/25. Discrimination based on religion or belief and its impact
on the enjoyment of economic, social and cultural rights ................. 92
.
44th meeting
27 March 2009
.
[Adopted by a recorded vote of 34 to 0, with 13 abstentions. See chapter III. The voting was as follows:
.
In favour: Angola, Argentina, Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Canada, Chile, Cuba, France, Gabon, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Madagascar, Mauritius, Mexico, Netherlands, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Philippines, Republic of Korea, Russian Federation, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Switzerland, Ukraine,
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Uruguay, Zambia;
.
Abstaining: Bahrain, Bangladesh, China, Djibouti, Egypt, Ghana, India, Jordan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Senegal.]
.
10/25. Discrimination based on religion or belief and its impact on the enjoyment of economic, social and cultural rights
.
The Human Rights Council,
.
Recalling General Assembly resolution 36/55 of 25 November 1981, in which the Assembly proclaimed the Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Intolerance and of Discrimination Based on Religion or Belief,
.
Recalling also article 18 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, article 2 (2) of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and other relevant human rights provisions,
.
Recalling further its resolution 6/37 of 14 December 2007 and the resolutions on the elimination of all forms of intolerance and of discrimination based on religion or belief adopted by the General Assembly and by the Commission on Human Rights,
A/HRC/10/L.11 page 93
.
Noting with interest the recent adoption of the Optional Protocol to the International
Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights by the General Assembly,
.
Reaffirming that all human rights are universal, indivisible, interdependent and interrelated,
.
Firmly believing that further intensified and strong efforts are required to promote and protect the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion or belief and to eliminate all forms of hatred, intolerance and discrimination based on religion or belief, as also noted at the World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance,
.
Noting that a formal or legal distinction at the national level between different kinds of
.
faith-based communities may constitute discrimination and may impinge on the enjoyment of the freedom of religion or belief,
.
Recognizing that persons belonging to religious minorities are often particularly vulnerable to discrimination based on religion or belief with regard to the enjoyment of all their human rights and fundamental freedoms, including their economic, social and cultural rights,
.
Seriously concerned at all attacks on religious places, sites and shrines, including any deliberate destruction on relics and monuments, particularly when in violation of international law, in particular human rights and humanitarian law,
.
Recognizing the importance of enhanced inter-religious and intra-religious dialogue in promoting tolerance in matters relating to religion or belief, and welcoming different initiatives in this regard, including the Alliance of Civilizations and the programmes led by the
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization,
.
Emphasizing that States, regional organizations, non-governmental organizations, religious bodies and the media have an important role to play in promoting tolerance, respect for religious and cultural diversity and in the universal promotion and protection of human rights, including freedom of religion or belief,

totally agree

No max, tony is doing as he is told to bring in the police state agenda.

Poor old Tony has lost his way.

Hard hitting Gunther, never a truer word spoken. The moslems are a problem but the problem is being encouraged by the mad monk and they are just being used to further the police state agenda. Wake the fuck up Australia!

http://antimatrix.org/Convert/Books/Hellmut_Schramm/damascus.htm

The way Religion...Man made, by Mad men... has a lot to answer for, the way it has caused so much warfare and death and a waste of resources, throughout history. So f....g eo-centric instead of looking at and appreciating the magnificence of our Earth Planet, Solar system the Universes and Galaxies and all joining up, to make all of it even better, than it is already. MORE! MUCH MORE to be 'discovered and implemented.!!..and all this shit has put the whole world back a 1,000 years in evolutionary values. When the 'ancient' earth did NOT evolve and grow and prosper in the caveman and dinosours days...the 'BOSS' just blew it all up and started AGAIN !! OK ! How close to that , as a resolution, are we..... today!!??

June D Watkins needs to teach these radicals some manners!

cowards - like all bullies - and they get away with this because they know our government is weak, and our court system - it is epidemic proportions -