You don’t need to be Einstein. You don’t need to be Nostradamus.
All you have to do is look at the facts.
And then you will not be surprised, at all, when sectarian Islamic violence spills into Australian streets.
Then, when you factor in the rapidly growing Muslim population in this country and multiply it by the civil war that has raged in the Islamic world since its Dear Leader shuffled off from his mortal coil, you will know that there is only one trajectory possible.
More violence. And it will drag in real Australians.
But politicians across this country, in parties large and small, ignore the danger. Very few outside the Australian Christians or Rise Up Australia Party are prepared to risk an Islamic backlash. Winning the Islamic vote is considered critical – not just for this election but the next.
There will be three types of violence in this country.
Firstly, the Islamic community at large will harbour those who will threaten, injure or kill Australians because they are not Muslim.
Secondly, within the Islamic community there will be sectarian war. This will make the bikie wars of old look like child’s play. Much of this conflict will be driven by arguments over who hates us the most.
Thirdly, some Australians will take the law into their own hands and retaliate against Muslims.
None of these forms of violence are in the interests of the Australian community. But unless Islamic immigration is stopped dead in its tracks, they are all inevitable.
If you want a catalogue of targets for intra-Islamic conflict in Sydney, all you have do is search Facebook. The enemies are identified. Their business addresses are listed.
And so are the battles and results. Comments are gleefully made when stores change hands.
Supposedly, these lists have been drawn up to allow Sunni Muslims to peacefully boycott the Shia businesses they hate. But the reality is that these businesses are being harassed, intimated, threatened and forced out. Violence has occurred to make this happen and violent retaliations will result.
No doubt, somewhere there are similar lists circulating amongst the Shia community.
The catalyst has been the Sunni/Shia civil war in Syria. In itself, it is a continuation of the conflict fought by Muslims for Mohammad’s crown. And it began almost as soon as he died.
You might remember the war in Syria is the one supported by hundreds of Australians fighting with al Qaeda linked groups. There may well be just as many fighting with Iranian and Hezbollah linked forces supporting the Assad regime.
These young men certainly don’t make it a secret.
For instance, in this Facebook post, one boasts of returning to the war in 23 days. He says it’s for humanitarian reasons. But his Facebook page also states that Shia are cancer, to be cut out. Doesn’t sound very humanitarian to me.
One day, these men will come back. And they will bring their experience and hatred with them, adding fuel to a fire already simmering on our streets.