Into battle, backup required

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Into battle, backup required

I have not written much lately.

It’s not by choice. It’s a direct result of legal terrorism that has been unleashed by the High Commissar of Australia’s Thought Police, Gary Burns. He complains that I incite others to hate him.

I disagree. I think he does that all by himself.

Anyway, he’s lodged so many complaints against me with the New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Board that I can’t keep up. I know of 13 confirmed complaints, but I also know others have been lodged as well. I think the total number is about 20. Tomorrow it will probably be higher.

As way of introduction, you can visit Gary Burns’ website and read the more than 50 abusive articles he has published about me in the last 12 months here.

Oh yeah, this is an email I received from him as well:

Burns email 1

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Charlie Hebdo and the alleged threat to mosques

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Charlie Hebdo and the alleged threat to mosques

Apparently news.com.au is trying to do ‘news’ again.

So after the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris, it has published an article explaining how the world will change.

It goes like this.

Blah blah blah blah blah.

Blah blah blah.

Run away – it’s the rise of the far right!

Blah blah.

Blah blabbidy blah.

Muslims are now living in fear at the increase in anti-Islamic sentiment.

And it finished with this quote from a fellow by the name of Mohamed Ali Adraoui, who suggested that the Charlie Hebdo attack represented a grave new threat to Muslims everywhere:

“If you can do that in Charlie Hebdo offices, you can do it in a mosque,” he said.

What I think he means is this: Muslims shot up 12 non-Muslims and that is proof that the non-Islamic world is filled with violent thugs who have a history of carrying ...

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Jihad word bingo

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Jihad word bingo

Well, this is a surprise.

Three lone wolves probably tweeted #illridewithyou, hooked up to become a wolf pack and then #rodetogethertoaterroristattack.

That’s the power of social media for you.

And now we will listen to days of self-serving reporting about how dangerous it is to be a journalist and the importance of free speech. Of course, the ABC is already running these lines, while carefully avoiding any ‘irresponsible speculation’ about the ‘unknown motives’ of the ‘Allahu Akbar’ screaming Muslims who strolled around Paris avenging Mohammad. Free speech, as self-censored by the mainstream media, doesn’t allow any criticism of Islam.

I’ll have much more to say about this in the coming days. In fact, there is no doubt that the self-created problem of Islamic violence in Western cities will be the enduring theme of 2015. We only have ourselves to blame because we have allowed this problem in.

But for the moment, enjoy some ‘Jihad Word ...

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100th anniversary of first Islamic attack in Australia

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100th anniversary of first Islamic attack in Australia

Of the hundreds of commemorations that will take place to remember Australian sacrifice during World War One, there is only one that can remember life taken on Australian soil. But due to political correctness, there will be no official commemoration of it at all.

I am referring to the Battle of Broken Hill, in which four Australians lost their lives (none of whom were in uniform) and seven more were wounded.

It started, as these things mostly do, with the sound of “Allahu Akbar” ringing out. This time it was on the outskirts of Broken Hill. The date was 1 January, 1915. Shortly thereafter, two men began shooting at a train taking 1,200 men, women and children to the annual New Year’s Day picnic.

Battle of Broken Hill

What was supposed to be a family day of fun was turned into a raging chaos of ...

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Australia’s Islamic leadership: condemning alcohol and regretting the death of a murderer

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Australia’s Islamic leadership: condemning alcohol and regretting the death of a murderer

Sigh.

Sometimes I despair for the future. It is difficult not to. Especially when supposed news organisations publish articles about the Lindt Café Islamic State murderer with the following quote:

“why exactly he took 17 people hostage inside a busy Sydney cafe with a gun and a fake bomb strapped to his chest, we may never know.”

We all know why Man Haron Monis did these things. He was following the blueprint laid out by Mohammad.

What we cannot possibly answer is this: why is news.com.au allowed to pretend to be a ‘news’ organisation? The only way anyone would know that what it publishes is allegedly ‘news’ is because it has the word ‘news’ in its web address. Otherwise, sensible people would simply assume they had stumbled upon the deluded musings of a bunch of 15 year old school girls and their cool, gay BFF. And sensible people would then ...

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Predictably getting the Lindt Cafe siege wrong

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Predictably getting the Lindt Cafe siege wrong

Australia has woken to the devastating news that two hostages died in the Lindt Café last night. Like all Australians, my thoughts and prayers are with the families of those now grieving.

But I am not going to join in with the mob in perpetuating the myths that are already being circulated as a result of this completely preventable tragedy. And it was completely preventable. It was the entirely predictable outcome of the decision to allow a violent culture with a superiority complex and an itchy trigger finger to take root in Australia.

So expect to see more Islamic flags and more grieving families. This war has only just started and it’s not going well.

And here are five things the mainstream media is spinning wrong about the Islamic addition to Christmas festivities in Australia over the last 24 hours. 

1. We couldn’t see this coming

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Parliamentary microscope hits NSW Anti-Discrimination Board

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Parliamentary microscope hits NSW Anti-Discrimination Board

As this website has revealed, the New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Board has been holding consultations with the Sydney Beat Project.

These consultations discussed removing exemptions from (mostly Christian) private educational institutions that allow them to lawfully discriminate on the grounds of homosexuality.

For some reason, the Sydney Beat Project doesn’t like these laws. It probably has something to do with the fact that the Sydney Beat Project is campaigning to decriminalise sex in public. Or maybe it’s because this organisation is the peak representational body for unhappy homosexuals who get caught by police breaking the law in public toilets now.

Either way, the Sydney Beat Project seemingly thinks that (mostly Christian) private schools should be forced to hire the kind of people it represents and entrust them with the care and education of schoolchildren. And I can think of a bazillion reasons why any ...

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Defeat lies at the end of the rainbow

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Defeat lies at the end of the rainbow

Apparently, diversity wins wars. It is vital for capability, so we are told.

So let’s have a look at how ‘diversity’ is increasing operational effectiveness in Western militaries. And we’ll start in America, proud owner of the most operationally effective military force of them all.

As a result of diversity, the United States Army is sacking Lieutenant Colonel Christopher Downey.

Downey served his country for 24 years. He clocked up over 1,000 hours flying helicopters on three operational deployments. That is equivalent to spending almost a month and a half in a chopper fighting against the bad guys. Non stop.

And he did all right at it too. Downey was recognised with ten medals for his exceptional performance, including for taking on an enemy force in Afghanistan with superior fields of fire on 25 May 2011, in complete disregard for his own safety. His actions were decisive in saving the lives of soldiers ...

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Enforcing the new normal

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Enforcing the new normal

Last week this website reported that ‘men’ are now giving ‘birth’ according to Medicare.

The story was picked up by the media. Firstly by the Sunday Telegraph’s Samantha Maiden, who had the courtesy to reference this webpage. And then it was ripped off by the Daily Mail, which managed to give the very careful impression that it was not plagiarising Samantha Maiden’s entire article by adding in a flourish at the start and leaving out any mention of this website.

Given the journalistic expertise on display, it is no surprise that the Daily Mail’s story began with these nonsensical words:

“Pregnancy is something which is traditionally only applicable to women, however new statistics reveal it may be becoming more prevalent among males.”

Oh dear. Where to start?

Pregnancy is not ‘traditionally’ applicable to women. It is always and only ...

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The Goodes oil on racial politics

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The Goodes oil on racial politics

Adam Goodes says he doesn’t want to just be remembered as a footballer.

I’d say he’s probably going to get his wish and a lot more. Given his latest outburst claiming that Australia is a racist nation based on lies, Goodes is well on the way to making sure that he’s not remembered as a footballer at all.

And that is a pity, because that is what Goodes is actually good at. He is athletic, has great skills and can play the game very well. He’s won two premierships and has twice been recognised as the best player in the league.

But Goodes won’t be remembered for any of that. He’ll be remembered as a sook and Australia’s least favourite Australian of the Year. Let’s hope that we never have another one who is so proud of bullying a little girl into a police interrogation cell.

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