The truth has hit the fan
Jun02

The truth has hit the fan

The ASIO Head Honcho has desperately raised Islam in an attempt to deflect his comments on refugees.

In doing so, he has accidentally flung truth at the fan…

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Why Malcolm Turnbull doesn’t have the guts to ban Hizb ut Tahrir
May30

Why Malcolm Turnbull doesn’t have the guts to ban Hizb ut Tahrir

It will take courage to deal with Hizb ut Tahrir.

It’s not a quality Malcolm Turnbull is known for…

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It’s time to open the internment camps
May26

It’s time to open the internment camps

It’s time for the government to recognise that we are in a shooting war and it won’t be won with peace-time policing.

It’s time to open the internment camps…

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Triple system failure (or don’t mention the war)
May25

Triple system failure (or don’t mention the war)

The Lindt Cafe reports demonstrate a complete inability by the apparatus of state to grasp the key truths of this incident and the triple systemic failure that allowed it to occur.

One could be forgiven for thinking that the government does not want you to mention the war…

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Missing the forest for the trees (or what the Coroner found)
May24

Missing the forest for the trees (or what the Coroner found)

The Lindt Cafe terrorist attack has not addressed systemic failures in immigration, intelligence or the administration of justice.

So what has it found?

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Still (predictably) getting the Lindt Café Terrorist Attack wrong
May16

Still (predictably) getting the Lindt Café Terrorist Attack wrong

Two and half years after the Lindt Café terrorist attack, we are making the same mistakes.

Even as the coronial inquest is set to find that it was a terrorist attack, the New South Wales police are denying that it had anything to do with Islam at all…

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Funding terrorism is child’s play
Aug16

Funding terrorism is child’s play

The highest-ranked Australian terrorist founded a government-funded childcare network and it’s only taken three years for the authorities to catch on to it. Now $27 million may have ended up with the Islamic State…

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The difference between feeling safe and being safe (or Malcolm Turnbull’s extravagance)
May03

The difference between feeling safe and being safe (or Malcolm Turnbull’s extravagance)

The Turnbull government’s $8 million advertising campaign for the National Security Hotline is about making us feel safe, rather than making us be safe.

After all, the calls to the hotline about Man Haron Monis were dismissed, while the Turnbull government is also spending up big on programs that actually promote Islam and the Grand Mufti.

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The extent of the failure…

The truth is that Man Haron Monis should have never been allowed to walk into the Lindt Cafe. From SBS: “ASIO received 18 complaints against Lindt Cafe gunman Man Haron Monis days before he took customers and staff hostage in central Sydney and decided he was not a threat, the inquest into the tragedy has been told.” But it was not just an intelligence failure. The whole Lindt Cafe response was a farce as Paul Sheehan...

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Birds of a feather flock together

The Grand Mufti has some more questions to answer. Why was he hanging out with Man Haron Monis? From the Telegraph: Meanwhile it has been revealed the Mufti rubbed shoulders with terrorist Man Monis during a visit to the Villawood detention centre, along with the leader of radical ­Islamic group Hizb ut-Tahrir. The Daily Telegraph has obtained a photograph of ­Ibrahim Abu Mohammed next to Lindt cafe killer Monis. It was taken in 2010,...

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