Sunday, June 28, 2009

Islam In Action: Jihadist Urges Muslims to Cannibalize US Soldiers

Islam In Action: Jihadist Urges Muslims to Cannibalize US Soldiers

This is just one more sick thing to add to the long list of what these bastards are prepared to do. And civilised people have to bend over backward to appease them, sending them to other countries, which I believe Australia said NO or sending them to island resorts instead of gitmo, even when they get a hold of a soldier as hostage or some civilian to publicly behead them, and their vicious vitriol against anyone not of their islamic cult. The death penalty should be brought back for this scum or held as prisoner of war until the war is over, and not in mainstream prisons where they get a chance to suck in others to the jihadist cause.
As a Christian I try so hard to forgive their sins and try to understand they are humans too, and if I want my sins forgiven then I must forgive others their sin as instructed by the Bible, but I am sorry, I can't even begin to understand these people let alone forgive them...maybe God can, but I can't.

Even our (Australian) weak govt, is amending laws for ARSON etc, yet they will not mention the fact that there is a jihad by arson and jihad by economics component in all of this even tho we have had direct warnings from Sept 2008..

I don't often vent my anger or feelings in comment form, but this is just too far gone...we all need to be yelling at our respective government leaders.
I did have one small success...I sent some sharia finance in Australia with the NABank info to my sister, and I actually got a positive response for once. I have severed my accounts with the NAB and soon to sever my accounts with a credit Union who I had been with for over 25 years as they have been taken over by another mob and I don't trust I am going to ANZ.

Please people, look into whichever institution you bank with and find out who their shelf companies are....if you care about our future, you will act on it...

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Islamic school plans halted

Approved Islamic school plans halted

Posted Tue Jun 16, 2009 7:50am AEST Updated Tue Jun 16, 2009 8:00am AEST
Plans for the school have been thrown into limbo. (AAP Image: Alan Porritt)

Map: Hoxton Park 2171
Plans to build an Islamic school at Hoxton Park, in Sydney's south west, have been thrown into limbo, despite being approved by Liverpool Council last night.
The application was halted after three councillors lodged a recision motion later in the meeting.
Liverpool council set up an independent panel to examine community concerns about the proposal for an 800 student Islamic school in Hoxton Park.
Most of the criticisms centred on the traffic problems residents said it would create.
But the panel recommended the school be built and last night a majority of councillors voted to approve the project.
The school's spokesman Ikebal Patel from the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils says some of the opposition was based on prejudice.
"There is a movement of people within the greater Sydney area who have taken it to heart that anything that is Islamic, they would oppose."
"There has been a very rigorous process that we have gone through up until now, an overwhelming majority of councillors had voted for the school to proceed."
The New South Wales Association of Independent Schools says it seems traffic objections have become code for prejudice when it comes to approving new Islamic schools in Sydney.
The Association's executive director Doctor Geoff Newcombe says the Islamic community only wants what other faiths have.
"Our feeling is, it doesn't matter if its an Islamic school, a government school, a Catholic school as long as it satisfies planning regulations and is given the opportunity to adjust plans to satisfy if that's the case," he said.
"It seems more than a coincidence that each time an Islamic school applies to set up, there are objections about traffic congestion.'
The motion to reverse the school's approval will go before the council at the end of the month.

As far as I am concerned, where there is an islamic school there will be a doubt there is already many mosques already in NSW, and West Sydney is full of muslims as it is...I believe it is where David Hicks ... you know him as...Our intrepid Aussie from South Australia turned muslim and was just over with his muslim mates in Afghanistan / Pakistan touring around in the name of adventure when he all of a sudden got caught up with a buch of terrorists only he didn't realise what they were..... yeah right!!!!

But anyway, I am just glad we have some people in NSW voiving their concerns and putting a stop to the islamic school...Why can't the muslims call it what it really is...a madrass??? It is what they call a school isn't it?

Maybe the following story might shed some light on this.

Police reveal counter-terrorism raids
Tue Mar 21, 2006 6:30am AEDT
Police and intelligence officers are poring over documents seized in a fresh round of counter-terrorism raids in New South Wales.[MORE]

Posted Tue Mar 21, 2006 6:30am AEDT Updated Tue Mar 21, 2006 11:03am AEDT

Police and intelligence officers are poring over documents seized in a fresh round of counter-terrorism raids in New South Wales.
The action is part of the ongoing Operation Pendennis, which has resulted in multiple terrorism-related arrests and charges in Sydney and Melbourne since November last year.
On March 9 Federal Police, their New South Wales counterparts and ASIO raided homes at Hoxton Park and Bankstown, in Sydney's south-west.
A number of prison cells at Goulburn jail were also raided.
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) and ASIO are now assessing documents seized in the raids.
No arrests were made and no homes were searched in Victoria.
The AFP has confirmed the raids are related to Operation Pendennis.
Last November, police claimed they had foiled a major terrorist plot when they simultaneously raided homes in Sydney and Melbourne in the early hours of the morning.
Meanwhile the lawyer for a man arrested during terrorism raids in Sydney last year says authorities breached legal privilege by taking documents from his client's cell during a jail raid.
Lawyer Greg Walsh says Omar Baladjam's cell and family home were raided.
Mr Walsh says confidential notes Mr Baladjam had made were removed from his cell.
"I'm very concerned that authorities, knowing that I was going to visit Mr Baladjam, would in those circumstances seize documents that he'd prepared for the sole purpose of seeking and obtaining legal advice from his lawyer," Mr Walsh said.
"So there's a remarkable coincidence that authorities raid his former home and raid his cell, and take confidential records or documents that he's prepared to get legal advice [on].
"So any citizen in the community out there can be subject to obviously an arbitrary raid and it would be simple outrage that such documents could be seized by authorities in these circumstances."

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Aussie National Bank going Shariah

Thanks to True Blue Aussie for this... I believe this is only one step further to Australia being in the hands of the Islamists who want to rule the world. I somehow feel that this is out in the open now whereas there are many more Organisations already under Sharia...just not publicly. As it says further on...this just dipping the toe in the water - yeah right!

My fear is that so many naive Aussies will go for this not understanding exactly what it is they are doing. After all, look how so many are gullible and taking loans they don't understand or credit cards and other contracts such as mobile phones etc. without reading the fine print. No interest they will think - but the interest is built in to the loan...equally we already know that when you deposit money into accounts that are in Sharia compliant banks there is no build up of interest either.
I can see many people being sucked into this because of greed.

Australian bank to introduce Muslim friendly loans and raise awareness of Islamic Finance,23739,25631424-952,00.html,22049,25632250-5001021,00.htmlNick Gardner and Warner RussellJune 14, 2009 12:00amONE of Australia's major banks is planning to introduce "Muslim-friendly" loans that do not charge interest, to comply with Sharia law.Instead, the National Australia Bank will structure an Islam-approved line of finance to make money from alternative methods.These include profit-sharing on the transaction, joint-ventures or leasing-type arrangements.For example, to get round the Islamic ban on usury - or unfair lending - a Muslim mortgage often works by the bank buying the property, then selling it to the customer at a profit, with the customer then repaying the entire sum in instalments.
In this way the profit margin is built in from the start. It also has the advantage of making the loan immune from future interest rate rises.NAB said the loans, which will start out small, will have to be cleared by a Sharia Advisory Board to ensure they meet strict criteria before they can be made available to the public."We are dipping our toe in the water with this scheme and thought we may be able to offer this product in high-density Muslim areas," said Richard Peters, head of community finance and development at NAB."We suspect there is demand out there, but we don't know how big it is, so we will trial a few products first."For the trial's purposes NAB will pump $15 million from its not-for-profit finance division into the program, which will distribute the funds through various community finance schemes around the country. The bank will monitor the take-up and assess potential demand.Interest-free loans of up to $1000 will be available to help finance household items, such as washing machines and fridges.The loans would also be available to non-Muslims.The news comes just days after federal Assistant Treasurer Chris Bowen said that Australia could exploit international demand for Islamic finance to create more jobs.
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IRAN: 8 Year old boy bread thief-punishment

I do not know when this despicably cruel thing was done to this boy as there were no dates or story with what I received.

This would be unbelievable except that it is a Muslim practice.

Muslim Punishment for 8yr. old bread thief. NO WORDS CAN DESCRIBE THIS!!!!!

No religion can ever justify such hideous crimesPass it on let the world know what's happening in the name of Islam.... Pass this to all, for public awareness.
It must be sent WORLD WIDE! Even if this message is sent to you more than once, ............................just keep on passing it on!

Saturday, June 13, 2009

From the horses mouth in Malaysia.

After sometime not hearing from my friend in Malaysia, I was starting to become very concerned about him.

But my fears have been allayed as I received an email from him last night.
As I have mentioned previously in earlier posts, I have his permission to post some of the content of his emails here. This is so any readers can read for themselves, the perspective of someone who hast to live in a Country predominantly muslim and he being a Christian, he has to be very careful what he does and says. Even in his web activities and his emails. He is under no illusion that he is not being monitored and he cannot send for any books or DVD's as customs will be on his doorstep and he will be in serious trouble for speaking against muslims or for buying anything of an anti-muslim nature.
Good God, I cannot imagine having to live like that. He has his friends, but still has to be a bit wary of them especially in what he says.

So here is some of the emails content.
Make of it what you will, but remember that this is real life in a muslim country.

I'm very very shocked when I heard that President Obama would be giving a long-awaited speech to the Muslim world.I could never imagined that.When I read some extractions of his speech,i said to myself "What is he talking about?".The speech is very sweet-talked and he acted as if he is pro-muslim than pro-American.I wonder what is Americans' reaction and feel towards his so-called remarkable speech..Do you have friends from US?Did you ask them their opinion about President Obama's speech?.Even Muslim leaders in Malaysia hail his speech.Our Prime Minister says that he is a true American leader and claims that Malaysia is the best example of Muslim nation in the world.How about Saudi Arabia.Isn't Arabic people practising the true Islam which advocate killing of unbelievers.The problem in Malaysia is most Muslim here are practicing 40% to 50% of Islamic teaching.Some of them don't pray 5 times daily.The most common things they do to show themselves as a Muslim are praying facing Kaabah,fasting during the month of Ramadan and paying zakat(giving alms).

I notice there's a big problem here for me.In East Malaysia(Sarawak and Sabah) where most native people(Iban,Bidayuh,Christian Melanau,Kenyah,Kayan and other Orang Ulu ethnics,KadazanDusun,Murut) are Christian,they have no idea about what Islam really is.They think that Muslim and Christian are praying to same God,yet with a different way.Surely,this is a big problem.As I can notice,the native youths when entering to tertiary level institute(i.e. uni,private college etc),they tend convert to Islam especially with the girls.It's not because they love Islam,but during their uni period,their boyfriend will be a Malay Muslim.FYI,many of Sarawakian and Sabahan ethnics are going to West Malaysia for study and at the same time,West M'sia is Muslim-populated.So,the malay guy will be seeking for non-muslim Sarawakian and Sabahan girl as their girlfriend and start to brainwash them. My emphasis.Sadly,the non-muslim are too naive and totally out of idea about what is the true face of Islam.Nowadays,this issue is on the rise and some of my non-muslim friends even notice about this.I'm thinking about how to combat or at least reduce this problem but I don't know how.If I start exposing the hidden side of Islam,I know there will be a risky consequence awaits.But I did tell and share to my close friends about Islam in such an informal way.I hope I've the guts to tell to more people..

I have had to take out some personal references from his homeplace and a few other identifying remarks.

He is a brave person but he must tread carefully as he is concerned for his family living in the East. I have no doubt that if it were not for them he would be more pro-active and vocal.
So my friend, I wish you God's speed and stay safe.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

The Settlement Myth.

As my learning takes me to most things ISRAEL and JUDAISM I came across quite a few really good websites. And this is one (part)of the lessons I have learned today.


For generations, Palestinian leadership chose destitution and despair rather than accept any settlement not accompanied by the extinction of Israel.

by Charles Krauthammer
An admirable sentiment. It applies to everyone -- Iran, Russia, Cuba, Syria, even Venezuela. Except Israel. Israel is ordered to freeze all settlement activity. As Secretary of State Hillary Clinton imperiously explained the diktat: "a stop to settlements -- not some settlements, not outposts, not natural-growth exceptions."
In his much-heralded "Muslim world" address in Cairo yesterday, Obama declared that the Palestinian people's "situation" is "intolerable." Indeed it is, the result of 60 years of Palestinian leadership that gave its people corruption, tyranny, religious intolerance and forced militarization; leadership that for three generations rejected every offer of independence and dignity, choosing destitution and despair rather than accept any settlement not accompanied by the extinction of Israel.
This article originally appeared in the Washington Post.
Go to
for the full story and others related.

AND FOR A BIT OF HISTORY that I found very interesting.

The Jews In Australia. - 22k

The arrival of Yiddish-speaking ‘yokels’ was viewed with concern by vocal sections of both the wider community and the Anglo-Australian Jewish establishment. The Jewish community feared that the migrants’ distinctive dress and manners, non-conformist appearance, poverty and obvious ‘foreignness’ might adversely affect its own standing.
The fears were not unfounded. John Levi has maintained that antisemitism was ‘a strident characteristic of the incipient Australian nationalism of the late 19th century’, lasting well into the 20th century.[10] Sections of the labour movement promoted stereotypes of Jews as manipulative bankers, usurers and profiteers while, at the turn of the century, the Bulletin claimed that the Boer War had been precipitated by Jews for their own (financial) ends. Humphrey McQueen has speculated that the ‘White Australia’ lobbying which resulted in the anti-Asian Immigration Restriction Act of 1901, was, in part, a reaction to a rumoured influx of Russian Jews.[11]
As a result of their concerns, Australian Anglo-Jews consciously developed a policy of non-distinctiveness, encouraging the playing down of cultural or religious practices which might render them ‘odd’ or ‘obvious’ in the eyes of their gentile peers. They emphasised their fervent loyalty and attachment to King and Country and, in many instances, actively distanced themselves from their less fortunate ‘foreign’ co-religionists. As Hilary Rubinstein has written of the Anglo-oriented majority:
Not unexpectedly, the waves of immigration were greeted with mixed emotions by both the Jewish establishment and the wider Australian public, and the immigrants found themselves forced to contend with often less than flexible Federal Government policy. Some found themselves under surveillance as ‘enemy aliens’. Ultimately, however, the immigrants – arriving en masse – had a significant impact on, and in time transformed and revitalised, the remote and insular Jewish community. As Suzanne Rutland has pointed out:

Obama's Settlement Obsession: In a recent public opinion survey of likely American voters participants were asked: Do you think that if the Palestinians were given their own state in the West Bank and Gaza they would live peacefully with Israel or continue their campaign... (read more)

(The following 2 statements are parts of some of the comments for this story.)
This man and his dangerous ME policy will soon plunge this region into another war if he has his way. Noel Nitzarim is correct when he said that Obama is clueless.
When Obama speaks to the Arab world, his middle name comes into play and when he speaks to the rest of the world including the USA he uses his first.

President Obama does not have a clue what is really going on in the Middle east. His contention about Jerusalem is way off base.

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Women of Islam...Oppression and repression....surely not

Surely women are not treated like this in the muslim world????? Women of Islam have wonderful lives - don't they??? Oh wait...that's right, I must be talking about muslims in 3rd world countries, right? WRONG... Where's the likes of germaine Greer, and all the activists from all the Universities who partake in Women's Studies???? Islam disgusts me....

Bulletin of the Oppression of Women June 2 2009‏

Produced by
Publisher: Bill Warner; Editor: Asma Marwan

Facts without comments We collect the dots, you connect them
May 23, 2009
A father admits to shooting his daughter in an "honor" attack.

May 24, 2009
Men prefer their wives to die rather than be touched by a male doctor or nurse.
May 26, 2009
A British woman, who is attempting to gain custody of her children, is jailed after being accused of adultery.

May 28, 2009
Saudi Arabia
Religious police want cameras installed in shopping centers to monitor behavior.
May 26,2009
A woman is caned for alleging her neighbor is the father of her son.

May 26, 2009
Girls are no longer allowed to attend school.
May 26, 2009
A 13 year old girl is forced into marriage.

May 28, 2009
A village woman is whipped after claiming paternity for her son born out of wedlock.

May 29, 2009
Family members shave the head of a woman and and urinate on her.
May 27, 2009
United States
US feminists fail to support Muslim women.
May 26, 2009
A girl is awarded compensation for genital mutilation.

May 31, 2009
Does God Hate Women is a book that cites religious attitudes toward women. There is some fear that the discussion of Mohammed marrying a child bride may bring a backlash from Islamic fundamentalists.

May 31, 2009
Liberal party ministers have proposed a law that removes the right to seek exemption from sexual education and swimming classes. This law, in keeping with equality in female education, forbids girls from being taken from these classes and hopes to help the "honour culture oppression of women" from growing.
Produced by
Publisher: Bill Warner; Editor: Asma Marwan

The Diet Chocolate Recession.

The Diet Chocolate Recession.

I feel it is an important subject..Our finances..The Recession etc.
Remember how we were supposed to boost the economy with all these pre-Christmas bonuses??? Spend, spend, and spend some more... Did we all really think the money was staying within Australia...No, it was going to overseas companies and their shelf companies that sometimes wear the Aussie logo, thus sucking us into believing that the product is Aussie made therefore the money stays here to boost our treasury dept.'s growth...WRONG!! Many products might be assembled here, or one or two of the parts might be made here, but it is still an overseas company that gets the profits... So have a read of this article from the DAILY RECKONING...and see if you still think we are not in a RECESSION or Mr Rudd is doing the right thing by I don't. His true colours are surely showing through...Just like the obamessiah's is showing up all the colours on the colour charts...He is one that stands out, for all the wrong reasons...
I actually sent an email to D.R saying I enjoyed this article...

The Diet Chocolate Recession‏

The Daily Reckoning Australia (

Thursday, 4 June 2009

Melbourne, Australia

Two Time-tested Economic Errors
From Dan Denning at the Old Hat Factory:

--Today's Daily Reckoning is brought to you by the stupidity and buffoonery of Australia's politicians and mainstream economists. We thank them for today's bounty. Seldom in our four years since moving to the Lucky Country have we had such a target rich environment. Today's papers are filled with flim-flam, idiocy, and good old fashioned economic illiteracy.

--But wait! Before you write in accusing us of being perma-bears and running down Australia's economic good news, just remember this: the economy is not a footy team. It's not something you cheerlead or barrack for. Of course you want things to be good. But whether they actually are or not is a matter of fact, not national pride.

--And the facts? Here they are, in brief, for the March quarter: imports fell 1.6%, exports rose 0.6%, consumer spending rose 0.3%, and "consumption expenditure" fell 1.1%.

--"Consumption expenditure," by the way, is government, household, and business spending. And business spending, as you know, is investment (it creates jobs and incomes). Business investment actually fell 6.1% in the March quarter. That's an ominous sign for future employment.

--All of that added up to 0.4% GDP growth. That means that technically, Australia hasn't had two consecutive quarters of "negative growth" and isn't in a recession. That's if you accept the technical definition of recessions, or if you're a moron.

-- The numbers show reduced imports because consumers are scared. They show statistically goosed exports which predict lower commodity prices and therefore higher export volumes. And they show the biggest contraction in business capital and machinery outlays since 1991.

-- In summary: to celebrate the GDP figure as a triumph of government policy is to shout your economic ignorance from the rooftops of the world. Sure, there are items to be positive about, especially exports. But the idea that government spending has somehow spared Australia from the long-term consequences of debt and leverage is beyond absurd. If this isn't an old fashion recession, it's a Diet Chocolate recession, in which the short-term benefits of consumption belie the long-term consequences of debt.

--Specifically, there are two errors we'd like to expose, and ridicule if possible. The first is that increased consumption implies healthy growth. For starters, the government's December cash splash may have boosted consumer spending by 0.2% during the quarter. But the bigger contributions to the GDP figure were the surge in exports and big decline in imports.

--Why should that matter? Basic economics. Exports generate income and add to GDP while imports cost money and subtract from GDP (in general terms). Or if you were a business, when you sell more and spend less you generate greater income and profits. That's positive for growth, obviously. And that's what led to the positive quarterly figure.

--But by boosting consumer spending with borrowed money, the government detracts from Australia's long-term health for a short-term political benefit. Healthy consumption is financed from production. You make something. You sell it. The income you generate pays for the things you buy.

--But in the interests of generating the appearance of activity, the government borrowed money so people would spend it (or spent the surplus accumulated in the boom years). That's debt-financed consumption, an economic stupidity that has led America into a national nightmare. That is what the Aussie government seems to be encouraging and crowing about today.

--Of course it's said that deficit spending is "temporary and targeted." But no one has really explained yet how long it's going to take to pay off a $300 billion deficit. It will take years. And it will mean higher taxes or lower spending on other things.

--It reminds you a little of Scarlett O'Hara pinching her cheeks to make them rosy for Rhett Butler in Gone With the Wind. The colour rises, but it's all artificial. It's the same with Australia's GDP figures. The number expanded, but it was completely artificial. It didn't indicate a blush of health, but a kind of bureaucratic harlotry.

--So why go to all the trouble of making a sick economy look pretty? Well, if the first error is believing that you can borrow your way to prosperity without producing something of value and generating surplus income from it, the second error is one a four year old might make. You believe you can have something for nothing. And you want it now or you'll pitch a fit.

--The second error is confusing the temporary benefits of a policy for a small group with long-term benefits for an entire economy. It's like believing you can eat chocolate without getting fat, or get drunk without getting a hangover. Or, if you're doing it on purpose-knowing full well what you're up too-it's putting your short-term electoral prospects ahead of the national interest (something all politicians everywhere now do as a matter of course.)

--To be fair, the journo and politicians who think yesterday's GDP number is a victory for Keynesian policies are making perhaps the oldest mistake in economics. Bad economists and policy makers have always focused only on the immediate and obvious effects of their decisions. After all, it is easy to show who benefits in the short term.

--Pensioners get more money. Who'd argue with that? Who wants to see Nanna starve? Consumer spending rises? What retailer will complain? If you focus only on the short-term and obvious, you see that GDP grows and Australia manages to pull off what only two other industrial countries in the world have? Shouldn't we all be justly proud?

--All these obvious benefits have unseen costs that come later, and hardly anyone in Australia is talking about what those costs are and who doesn't benefit (the next generation). Chocolate makes you fat. Drinking to excess ruins your liver. And debt financed growth ruins a nation's economic health and steals a fair go from the future. Don't take our word for it, though. Just listen to Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke speaking to Congress yesterday in America.

--"Unless we demonstrate a strong commitment to fiscal sustainability in the longer term," the Chairman said, "we will have neither financial stability nor healthy economic growth...Maintaining the confidence of the financial markets requires that we, as a nation, begin planning now for the restoration of fiscal balance."

--Bernanke knows America has to get its fiscal house in order before investors lose complete confidence in the U.S. dollar and dollar-denominated assets. But judging by the reaction of markets, it might be too late already to restore confidence. America's debt and deficits are large and getting larger.

--Australia's, by contrast, are merely small and getting larger. But if people begin believing that more borrowing and government spending is good for the economy-based on this first quarter GDP number-then Australia will walk even further down the road that has taken America to a road of national servitude to foreign creditors.

--Any government that is proud of a policy with that result is either incompetent or economically illiterate. However, now that we write that, we realise that is what most governments are: incompetent and economically illiterate. So what should investors do now? More on that tomorrow...

If you are at all interested in tomorrow's follow up, just go to the website of Daily Reckoning..not hard to find.