Melbourne Muslims target Christmas, but Premier Andrews says plot ‘not religious’


Press conference on the Melbourne terror plot

Press conference on the Melbourne terror plot

This is why we will never defeat the global jihad: suicidal and wilful blindness on the part of our leaders.

Five Muslims plot to carry out a terrorist attack in Melbourne, including at St Paul’s Cathedral, on Christmas day, and Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews denies any link to religion:

“This is not an act of faith. What was being planned, what will be led in evidence, what the police will allege, was not an act of faith, not an act of religious observance, it was, instead, in its planning, an act of evil, a criminal act,” he said.

Why on earth would you say such a thing? Why would you intentionally avoid the obvious religious motive of hatred of Christianity that Islam has practised for 1400 years? Answer: because it’s easier to label five individuals as ‘evil’ than to confront the reality that the religion (more accurately, political ideology) of half a million Australians is incompatible with Christianity, Western freedoms and democracy.

What Andrews and the majority of Western politicians don’t understand is that to those five Muslims it was not to be an act of evil – it was to be an act of pious devotion through which they would hope to please Allah and enter paradise.

When a mother and father sent their daughters off to a police station strapped with explosives they were not doing it because they were evil – they were doing it because they thought that was the best thing their daughters could do – kill infidels to please Allah.

When a Muslim drove a truck through a Christmas market in Berlin, it was not an act of evil, since killing infidels, and especially Christians, is one of the religious duties of a devout Muslim.

Western politicians always view these events from a Western perspective, when in fact the Muslim perspective is completely different. From a Western viewpoint, all of these acts are ‘evil’, but from a Muslim viewpoint they all make perfect sense.

All that is required for moderate Muslims to become violent is for them to become more devout. No-one can predict which of the millions of Muslims living in the West will next take that final step on the Ladder of Islam and seek to undertake an act of jihad.

But that problem is for the future – at the moment, our leaders are incapable of even acknowledging the existence of a religious motivation for Islamic terror attacks. Until they do, the West will continue to be a soft target.

Muslims kill Christian


Doing Allah's will…

Doing Allah’s will…

Just another ordinary day for Islam. The only shocking aspect of this story is that it happened in France.

Thousands of Christians have been systematically slaughtered in the Middle East over the past few years, sanctioned by the Islamic texts and the example of Muhammad.

Two talking heads on the BBC yesterday (here at 1hr 35 mins) excused the jihadis as psychopaths, neither of whom managed to mention the hatred of Islam for Christians as the motive. Pope Francis described it as ‘absurd violence’ – in fact it is anything but absurd – it is completely logical, or at least it would be if he didn’t have his head buried in denial of the global jihad.

US: Philadelphia mayor contradicts jihadi’s self-confessed motive


Lessons in sharia law available…

Lessons in sharia law available…

Suicidal levels of denial.

The terrorist claimed to be acting in the name of Islam, but the mayor knows better: [Read more…]

Turnbull leans on ASIO chief, then says ‘We must heed ASIO chief’


Naïveté and denial

Naïveté and denial

Malcolm Turnbull’s denial of the jihad threat is suicidal for Australia.

Still naïvely believing that Islam is a Religion of Peace™, which happens to be the most easily busted myth on the planet, he now uses the head of our security services to attempt to silence critics, in particular those who rightly point out the obvious links between Islamic ideology and acts of terror.

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Obama’s denial of jihad threat costs lives


Shush, no mentioning Islam or jihad now…

Shush, no mentioning Islam or jihad now…

Back in 2011, the US Department of Justice, through the Deputy Attorney General, said this:

The Department of Justice takes seriously its role in protecting the country from terrorist threats. And the Department also takes seriously it role in enforcing the laws that protect people against discrimination. Soon after 9/11, President Bush made clear to the nation that these terrorist acts were committed by individuals who distort the peaceful religion of Islam, and that Arab-Americans and Muslim Americans suffered with all Americans when our nation was attacked. In the aftermath of 9/11, the Civil Rights Division – led by then Assistant Attorney General Ralph Boyd, who will be addressing the conference shortly – established an initiative to combat discrimination occurring in misguided retaliation for the attack. That initiative continues today.

We also are working comprehensively to ensure that every aspect of the Department’s work reflects sensitivity and respect for all peoples and faiths. As just one example, to that end, I recently directed all components of the Department of Justice to re-evaluate their training efforts in a range of areas, from community outreach to national security, to make sure they reflect that sensitivity.

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Terror in Chattanooga: marines killed in shooting rampage


Shell casings litter the ground

Shell casings litter the ground

UPDATE: Yeah, he was a Muslim, of course.

What could have given the attacker the idea that he should randomly kill non-Muslims? And don’t draw any conclusions from his name, which just happened to be Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez, you racist Islamophobe.

Well, nothing springs to mind, apart from:

  • the Islamic holy book, the Qur’an,
  • the example of the Islamic prophet Muhammad and
  • the teachings of imams and ‘scholars’ at Islamic places of worship across the West,

that is. But if you ignore all those…

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