It’s not like those of us in the anti-Islamization /Counter-jihad movement have absolutely nothing better in life to do, than to pick on a certain group of people from sheer spite. In fact, I’ve never run into anyone involved in the movement who wouldn’t like to be doing something else, like devoting more time with their families, pursuing hobbies and enjoying life in general.
Nope, we’re stuck here in the fight against a tyrannical ideology because we believe that it is indeed a major threat to our western way of life and values. The reason that we believe it’s so, is not from spite, nor from misinformation (Muslims and the koran itself, openly divulge the game plan) but from an honest conviction that we are under assault, militarily and ideologically.
Thankfully, more and more people are seeing through all the disinformation and obfuscations by the PC media and our elected officials. The people see that Islam is not a religion of peace, no matter how many people they kill trying to prove it, and that every society that has not mounted a concerted push-back against the ideology, are eventually consumed by it.
We live in an age where the alternative media is at our fingertips, the more people click and log on and discover for themselves what the truth is, the more likely that they’ll take positions on our side. The more Muslim fundamentalists open their yaps about Islam, the better, they tend to fill our ranks from a variety of diverse backgrounds. I just thought that you should know.
H/T: Sheik Yer’Mami (PBUH)
Vast Majority of Australians Think Islam and Terrorism are Related
I wonder what gave them that idea. Might have been all the bombings. Or the children holding beheading signs. But the Q Society, a pro-Democratic, Anti-Islamic Theocracy organization, conducted a revealing poll.
According to a recent Morgan poll conducted on behalf of Q Society of Australia Inc., the majority of Australians are clearly concerned about Islam and 70% believe Australia is not a better place because of Islam. The survey, completed in late October, found a majority (53 per cent) of Australians want full face coverings banned from public spaces and 50.2 per cent want Islamic sharia law banned all together.
Notably only 15 per cent of Australians think Islam and terrorism are not related. Multicultural advocates seeking to cancel Christmas, Easter or ANZAC Day celebrations in their quest to not offend other cultures should take note that 96.5 per cent of the population disagree.
Q Society spokesman Mr Andrew Horwood said the poll results validate the need for new strategies and policies. While followers of most religions seem to get along well, Australian politicians must acknowledge Islam is not just another religion and the growing concern is not a fringe issue.
Q Society offers a proposed Charter of Muslim Understanding, written by former Muslim scholar and sharia expert Sam Solomon as a starting point for developing strategies and policies.