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Friday, 15th December 2017

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Dear Mr Turnbull,

Harry Richardson

Harry Richardson is a long-time student of Islam and author of best seller, "the Story Of Mohammed - Islam Unveiled', http://thestoryofmohammed.blogspot.com.au

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Don’t you care about Muslims? Your new policy focus promises to be more accommodating to Islam. No doubt, this will mean more public money to Islamic organisations. Suppression of free speech will continue or be intensified where Islam is concerned. 

Extremist Islamic hate preachers will continue to receive Australian visas while peaceful foreign politicians who criticize Islam may not.  Do you think that by doing this that you will be helping Australia’s Muslims?

You know as well as I do that most of Australia’s Muslims were not brought here for any contribution they might make. They were brought here because of their awful situations in the dysfunctional societies from where they came. Do you no longer care for their welfare?

Of course, most Muslims don’t understand the reason for their plight. Islamic societies have some of the lowest levels of education in the world. Muslims are taught to never question Islam on pain of death. How could we expect them to know better? 

You however should know better Mr Turnbull. You have exceptional intelligence, a first rate education and access to the greatest reserve of information the world has ever known. So what is your excuse? 

Do you not know that this Islam which you promote crushes the lives of Muslims? Do you not know that this Islam which you appease, enslaves Muslims? It brainwashes them to hate freedom, democracy, critical thought, human rights and peaceful coexistence?

Islam deprives Muslims of the ability to understand our success. Of course, as humans they look with longing and envy at our rich and free society. Islam takes this longing and twists it into resentment and jealousy. It teaches Muslims to covet and inspires them to take by force. 

It divides Muslims from our culture and cuts them off from the chance to emulate or share in our success. It blocks any chance for advancement and progress. It denies them a fulfilling existence, even as they see this success all around them. 

Islam holds Muslims in a pit of ignorance and exclusive desperation. It binds them there on pain of death. That is why Muslims fall behind. It is not us who hinder their assimilation and progress, it is Islam. Why then do you promote this backward ideology?

Do you not care for the plight of Australia’s Muslim women? They are citizens too you know. Does it not bother you that every Muslim baby girl is born into slavery? Firstly, she is the property of her father. If he dies, she becomes the property of her brother. When she is old enough, she can be married off and ownership transfers to her husband. 

The Islamic marriage contract is for the transfer of ownership of a woman and her private parts from the father to the husband. In return, a sum of money is paid in the form of a dowry. The woman has few rights in this transaction. Why do you promote this insidious ideology of slavery?

What about the poor wretched little girls who have their genitals mutilated without even an anaesthetic? 600 women and girls were treated for this hideous abuse during one year in one hospital in Melbourne. 

Where are the prosecutions and public awareness campaigns? Don’t you care?

Please don’t give me the tired old line that this has nothing to do with Islam. That is a pathetic lie and you have no excuse for accepting it. Just have your staff check out Islam’s most respected manual of Sharia Law (Al-Misri’s Reliance of the Traveller), it is all in there.

The book gives the opinions of the four Sunni schools of Islamic Law. These cover 90% of all Muslims. The rulings on Female Genital Mutilation range from recommended to obligatory. Surprised? Well check it out for yourself. Why do you think that this barbaric practice is almost exclusively practised by Muslims or in Muslim majority countries? 

It is Islam which is responsible, the same Islam that you so callously promote.

There was a time when ignorance of Islam was understandable. That time has passed. Hundreds of thousands of ordinary Australians now understand Islam. Why don’t you and your Government? 

When a young Muslim boy murders an innocent Australian, why do you ask how he got hold of a gun? Why don’t you ask WHY he got hold of a gun? Is it that so hard to figure out? He ran around screaming, “ALLAH! ALLAH!” after callously unloading a bullet into his unfortunate victim. He had dressed in Islamic clothing and just finished praying at the Mosque. What part of this do you not understand?

This is not rocket science. The information is easy to obtain. I have sent copies of my book (The Story of Mohammed Islam Unveiled) to you, and your ministers. It tells you most of what you need to know. A few hours on Google will tell you the rest. 

Through your ignorance of this subject, you inflict needless misery on both Muslim and non-Muslim Australians. We were never asked whether we wanted Muslims here. You the Government dumped them on us. You then accused anyone who objected of being a racist. 

Now you have a duty of care to protect all of us from their religious beliefs. You cannot fulfil that obligation by remaining wilfully ignorant. Accepting the lies and half-truths of Islamic leaders and apologists is just not acceptable.

We demand that you fulfil your oath to serve and protect us by learning the truth about this repressive and totalitarian ideology.

Yours Sincerely,

Harry Richardson

PS. A copy of this letter has been posted on the Pickering Post. Tens of thousands will read it there. Have a look at the comments below to see how ordinary Australians feel about this subject.



Comments

When I enter each mine site, I must go through days of induction courses for each mine site!
These inductions cover the laws, the rules and the penalties - in detail!
I must sign off on each section with a 100% pass!
I am also instructed that there is no tolerance for infractions to these laws and rules.

In reality Islam is no different to Western Christianity, the big difference is, Christianity is still not stuck back 5/6 centuries ago, as Islam remains even now and shows no sign of changing.

Thank you Harry - along with LP we are fighting this "war" - we all know what Muslims think - they hate us, treat us with contempt, look down their noses at us, have no respect for our laws - call us racists - take over our suburbs, councils, local politics - they are a malignant cancer on society - so, will our Government take notice of this? If not, we are doomed like every other country the Muslims have decided to lob in and control.

Greece..here we come

"In newly linked societies, governments and businesses will be increasingly interconnected"
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Are the Humpty Dumpty's of the Elites nearing a great fall? Has Malcolm Turnbull been put in place to be Australia's economic saviour?
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"....The times are challenging: big companies depend on governments to rescue them from their unmanageable debt; firms and individuals have criminally defrauded investors; traders speculating in global commodity and currency markets have caused high dislocations and spikes in prices; there have been huge bonuses and payoffs for financial high-flyers. All these have created worldwide hostility towards capitalism and businesses. If internationalists were the subjects of popularity polls, they would probably be ranked among the lowest of the low in 2009.
.
Questions about capitalism are certainly not new. Back in 1942, economist Joseph Schumpeter, the champion of entrepreneurial innovation, doubted the long-term survivability of capitalism. Although capitalism and private enterprise have endured so far, their long-term future may be in question.
.
In his 2009 encyclical Caritas in Veritate ( ‘‘Charity inTruth’’ ), Pope Benedict XVI wrote: ‘‘Today’s international economic scene, marked by grave deviations and failures, requires a profoundly new way of understanding business enterprise. Old models are disappearing, but promising new ones are taking shape on the horizon. . . . Efforts are needed —— and it is essential to say this —— not only to create ‘‘ethical’’ sectors or segments of the economy or the world of finance, but to ensure that the whole economy —— the whole of finance —— is ethical.’’
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International managers are called upon to understand and handle a changing array of opportunities and challenges in the second decade of the twenty-first century. The globalization of business and economic growth that accelerated dramatically in the 1990s has created the new conditions.Now, international managers must address ethical lapses and corruption as well as the growing distrust of business among global public audiences and the stronger role of governments. In newly linked societies, governments and businesses will be increasingly interconnected. All this highlights the importance of the study of International Business. Some suggest that there is a need for a newbreed of international business executive - a new global corporate statesperson. Perhaps the manager of the future will require a broader perspective of the role of corporations in global society and a stronger moral compass. There is no doubt that corporate executives will need a solid foundation both in business area disciplines and in the international intersection of business, government, and society.
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Sources:
.
Martin Sorrell, ‘‘The Pendulum Will Swing Back,’’ Financial Times , April 9, 2009;
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Robert J. Samuelson, ‘‘ American CapitalismBesieged, ’’ Washington Post , March 23, 2009;
.
Benedict XVI,Encyclical Letter, Caritas in Veritate , 40, 45.
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https://www.academia.edu/5997398/International_Business_8th_Edition_Czinkotta_and_Ronkainen
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Could it be that Goldman Sachs and the Government are now in partnership?

Love your book Harry! Should be compulsory reading for all politicians and political advisors. Also all Christian preachers (especially the Pope!). Its warnings should be included in school curriculums. For info: I got it on Kindle from Amazon.

Darth Vaders comment at Why Does This Shock our Government......what is happening in Germany in the wake of the 1 million strong invasion. Read and start worrying.

Stop your fighting and go to Why Does this Shock our Government and read Darth Vaders post on what is happening in Germany with the invasion of 1 million....truly frightening.Get your priorities right for Gods sake. Can Armageddon be upon us.

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Don;t have the time or inclination....more interesting fish to fry here on PP..I shall leave you to it. Both of you.

Willone......yes I shall move on to other pastures here on PP...and leave this row to Bruce and CS.

CS..Bruce appears to think you are stalking him...I really have no idea whether you are or not..however he does feel like a victim of cyber stalking by someone with a hatred and rudge against him...

So it would seen Bruce...you have my commiserations...i too have had a stalker here in the Perth hills for many years...apparently obsessed with my quiet domestic activities after nightfall and probably following me around during the daylight hours as well ....you have the "luxury" of knowing who your stalker is....unlike myself who has no idea as to whom mine is.

Next Thursday, SBS 1, At 3.30pm to 4.30pm, the rise of islam through the dark ages. Thursday, 22 October

Goldman Sachs and the Government in partnership?

"In newly linked societies, governments and businesses will be increasingly interconnected"
.
Are the Humpty Dumpty's of the Elites nearing a great fall? Has Malcolm Turnbull been put in place to be Australia's economic saviour?
.
"....The times are challenging: big companies depend on governments to rescue them from their unmanageable debt; firms and individuals have criminally defrauded investors; traders speculating in global commodity and currency markets have caused high dislocations and spikes in prices; there have been huge bonuses and payoffs for financial high-flyers. All these have created worldwide hostility towards capitalism and businesses. If internationalists were the subjects of popularity polls, they would probably be ranked among the lowest of the low in 2009.
.
Questions about capitalism are certainly not new. Back in 1942, economist Joseph Schumpeter, the champion of entrepreneurial innovation, doubted the long-term survivability of capitalism. Although capitalism and private enterprise have endured so far, their long-term future may be in question.
.
In his 2009 encyclical Caritas in Veritate ( ‘‘Charity inTruth’’ ), Pope Benedict XVI wrote: ‘‘Today’s international economic scene, marked by grave deviations and failures, requires a profoundly new way of understanding business enterprise. Old models are disappearing, but promising new ones are taking shape on the horizon. . . . Efforts are needed —— and it is essential to say this —— not only to create ‘‘ethical’’ sectors or segments of the economy or the world of finance, but to ensure that the whole economy —— the whole of finance —— is ethical.’’
.
International managers are called upon to understand and handle a changing array of opportunities and challenges in the second decade of the twenty-first century. The globalization of business and economic growth that accelerated dramatically in the 1990s has created the new conditions.Now, international managers must address ethical lapses and corruption as well as the growing distrust of business among global public audiences and the stronger role of governments. In newly linked societies, governments and businesses will be increasingly interconnected. All this highlights the importance of the study of International Business. Some suggest that there is a need for a newbreed of international business executive - a new global corporate statesperson. Perhaps the manager of the future will require a broader perspective of the role of corporations in global society and a stronger moral compass. There is no doubt that corporate executives will need a solid foundation both in business area disciplines and in the international intersection of business, government, and society.
.
Sources:
.
Martin Sorrell, ‘‘The Pendulum Will Swing Back,’’ Financial Times , April 9, 2009;
.
Robert J. Samuelson, ‘‘ American CapitalismBesieged, ’’ Washington Post , March 23, 2009;
.
Benedict XVI,Encyclical Letter, Caritas in Veritate , 40, 45.
.
https://www.academia.edu/5997398/International_Business_8th_Edition_Czinkotta_and_Ronkainen

rin..I think its called...corruption!!...like public roads being turned into Tollways...and then being sold to overseas pension funds...democracy at work

"In newly linked societies, governments and businesses will be increasingly interconnected"
.
Are the Humpty Dumpty's of the Elites nearing a great fall? Has Malcolm Turnbull been put in place to be Australia's economic saviour?
.
"....The times are challenging: big companies depend on governments to rescue them from their unmanageable debt; firms and individuals have criminally defrauded investors; traders speculating in global commodity and currency markets have caused high dislocations and spikes in prices; there have been huge bonuses and payoffs for financial high-flyers. All these have created worldwide hostility towards capitalism and businesses. If internationalists were the subjects of popularity polls, they would probably be ranked among the lowest of the low in 2009.
.
Questions about capitalism are certainly not new. Back in 1942, economist Joseph Schumpeter, the champion of entrepreneurial innovation, doubted the long-term survivability of capitalism. Although capitalism and private enterprise have endured so far, their long-term future may be in question.
.
In his 2009 encyclical Caritas in Veritate ( ‘‘Charity inTruth’’ ), Pope Benedict XVI wrote: ‘‘Today’s internationaleconomic scene, marked by grave deviations and failures, requires a profoundly new way of understanding business enterprise. Old models are disappearing, but promising newones are taking shape on the horizon. . . . Efforts are needed —— and it is essential to say this —— not only to create ‘‘ethical’’ sectors or segments of the economy or the world of finance, but to ensure that the whole economy —— the whole of finance —— is ethical.’’
.
International managers are called upon to understand and handle a changing array of opportunities and challenges in the second decade of the twenty-first century. The globalization of business and economic growth that accelerated dramatically in the 1990s has created the new conditions.Now, international managers must address ethical lapses and corruption as well as the growing distrust of business among global public audiences and the stronger role of governments. In newly linked societies, governments and businesses will be increasingly interconnected. All this highlights the importance of the study of International Business. Some suggest that there is a need for a newbreed of international business executive - a new global corporate statesperson. Perhaps the manager of the future will require a broader perspective of the role of corporations in global society and a stronger moral compass. There is no doubt that corporate executives will need a solid foundation both in business area disciplines and in the international intersection of business, government, and society.
.
Sources:
.
Martin Sorrell, ‘‘The Pendulum Will Swing Back,’’ Financial Times , April 9, 2009;
.
Robert J. Samuelson, ‘‘ American CapitalismBesieged, ’’ Washington Post , March 23, 2009;
.
Benedict XVI,Encyclical Letter, Caritas in Veritate , 40, 45.
.
https://www.academia.edu/5997398/International_Business_8th_Edition_Czinkotta_and_Ronkainen

modern day kryptonite...the word 'refugee'

Sorry Harry - but just like Larry and the rest of us, I fear we are all pissing into the wind (for the moment). Politicians in Australia aren't going to do anything really positive about the Islamic problem in the short term; only talk up about how they're doing their utmost to educate young muslims about how not to go about killing those who don't believe in what they themselves believe - or what they're being taught to believe. How do you teach the fundamentals of democracy and freedom to young muslims, when muslim educators themselves have no desire to understand such things? Perhaps, as the Australian death toll rises, things may change, but how many lives will it take I wonder?