Dealing with the Islamic State

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Dealing with the Islamic State

Everyone wants to do something about the Islamic State.

But what?

So far most of the action has amounted to a bunch of press conferences in which supposedly intelligent people drivel blather about the non-Islamic beliefs of those carving out the new Caliphate.

For instance, Australia’s Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, has refused to call the Islamic State the Islamic State because he believes it is not Islamic or a state. So he referred to the Islamic State as a ‘death cult’. Which, by the way, just happens to be a pretty accurate description of every Islamic state since Mohammad’s day.

So kudos to Prime Minister Abbott for getting something right by deliberately doing his best to be wrong. It’s quite a feat.

Campbell Newman has also provided his expert analysis on Islam. Without providing any reference to Mohammad’s life or the Quran, the Queensland Premier also declared authoritatively that the activities of the ...

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The new circle of life

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The new circle of life

There is a new circle of life. Hakuna matata now goes like this:

Circle of life

Marriage is now about rugby.

Rugby is now about homosexuality.

And homosexuality is now about marriage.

It’s the new sacred, three-pointed circle. Don’t worry if it looks like a triangle to you. The fundamental thesis of this new circle is that objectivity is irrelevant.

If you see a triangle, it means that you are sub-consciously constrained by existing orders of pre-determined reality that negatively oppress the autonomous and creative powers of your self-determinant and sovereign being.

Of course, if the triangle part of the new circle of life is irrelevant, the fact that this circle does not create life is also a point hardly worth objecting to either. So don’t bother.

How did we get to this point?

Well, in a roundabout way, it all started with King Henry VIII. He decided that separation ...

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Discouraging courage in the military

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Discouraging courage in the military

Yet another Defence report has been commissioned.

And yet another Defence report now recommends the further destruction of Defence capability.

Front page
The front cover of Defence’s latest report, ‘Battling with words’.

This one carries the title ‘Battling with Words’. It prides itself as a study of language use in Defence using social and linguistic theoretical frameworks to understand culture and cultural change. If we translate that into English, it simply means using the organisation charged with Australia’s security as a guinea pig in which to experiment with the latest radical social theory to emerge from Hippyville.

Hippyville, of course, has another name: elite academia. And it is located on the other side of the world from the ho-hum place known as Common Sense, where most people live and do useful but less trendy things than destroying societal norms.

This report states that ...

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A challenge for Glenn Mohammed

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A challenge for Glenn Mohammed

Dear Glenn,

Thank you for taking the initiative to write in The Age on 29 August, 2014 your article ‘My Muslim religion has problems that need fixing’.

At the outset, I would like to acknowledge some important things. Firstly, I do not know your history. You may be a recent arrival to Australia, or your family may have a longer association with our nation. Either way, it is unimportant in one sense. Australians have always welcomed those who come to this nation and contribute to its future. It is clear from your military service and involvement in politics that you are a contributor and I do thank you for that, even if we may disagree on many issues.

Particularly, I would like to acknowledge that what you wrote was courageous. It was also very important. It was, perhaps, the first time that someone of the Muslim faith acknowledged publicly in a major ...

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Prostituting feminism: Amanda Goff & Jane Caro

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Prostituting feminism: Amanda Goff & Jane Caro

Jane Caro is woman who has a way with words.

For instance, she describes herself on her Twitter profile as a ‘media tart’. See:

And then on that wonderful ABC show Q&A earlier this week, Jane went on to talk about housewives and prostitutes. This is how news.com.au reported it:

“She then proclaimed that traditional marriage was the backbone of prostitution, where women in powerless positions, like unemployment, were forced to sell their reproductive rights to their husbands.”

In one fell swoop, the atheistic, feminist stirrer that is Ms Caro insulted good women across Australia and the world. It’s something that atheistic, feminist stirrers seem to be quite adept at: ridiculing women who give up everything for their children.

Now to be fair to Jane, she has since clarified exactly what she meant. Yesterday she took time out from her busy schedule to explain herself in ...

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The Score – Islam: 1, Transgender: 0, British Army: -1

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The Score – Islam: 1, Transgender: 0, British Army: -1

This post is not very long.

It doesn’t need to be. The stupidity of it really is too much to handle.

A British Territorial Army soldier has undergone a sex-change operation. And after pretending that he’s a she, he also found comfort in the ‘religion of peace’.

The only problem is that the local mosque isn’t onboard with the shenanigans. Former soldier ‘Lucy’ is not allowed to pray with the women. So he now prays at home.

‘The way they treated me was disgusting.

‘They asked me questions about my bra cup size, asked about my Adam’s apple, about my period and asked to see my birth certificate.

‘They said I had to pray with the men so I left and pray at home instead.

‘I hope people will change their attitudes and other people like me will realise they are free to just be themselves.’

A ...
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Laws allowing discrimination against homosexuals are good

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Laws allowing discrimination against homosexuals are good

DISCLAIMER: This article is not intended for publication in New South Wales. I do not give permission for anyone in New South Wales to read this article, print it, post it to themselves, talk about it or place it on their Facebook page. I do not even give you permission to bookmark it or think about what its contents may contain.

If you live in New South Wales and want to read this article, you must first travel outside of New South Wales. Even if you do this, I do not give you permission to take it or any of the ideas expressed in it back into New South Wales.

If you read this article in New South Wales without my permission, you do so at your own peril.

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This is a map highlighting where New South Wales is.

And this is a map highlighting where the last ...

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The path to protected paedophilia looks like this

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The path to protected paedophilia looks like this

DISCLAIMER: This article is not intended for publication in New South Wales. I do not give permission for anyone in New South Wales to read this article, publish it, print it, post it to themselves, talk about it or place it on their Facebook page. I do not even give you permission to bookmark it or think about what its contents may contain.

If you live in New South Wales and want to read this article, you must first travel outside of New South Wales. Even if you do this, I do not give you permission to take it or any of the ideas expressed in it back into New South Wales.

If you read this article in New South Wales without my permission, you do so at your own peril.

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Who thinks this photo of a naked homosexual man exposing his genitalia to a horrified child at a ‘Gay Pride’ ...

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An open letter to the Attorney General of New South Wales

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An open letter to the Attorney General of New South Wales

The Hon Bradley Hazzard MP
Attorney General and Minister for Justice

Email: office@hazzard.minister.nsw.gov.au

Dear Mr Hazzard

RE: HOMOSEXUAL VILIFICATION LAWS BEING USED TO PROTECT INDECENT EXPOSURE OF ADULTS TO CHILDREN

I request that you urgently clarify whether it is the intent of the New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 for a Queensland resident to be prosecuted for homosexual vilification for objecting to the behaviour of homosexual men in Canada, displayed in the image below.