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Militant gay rights activists are a public enemy

What have we become? A handful of crazy gay zealots can, and are allowed to create such social mayhem tells us exactly what we have become. There is an effective solution for this bloody blackmail but certain laws prevent any suggestion.

Two Christian charities have been granted official permission to keep their board members’ names secret on the grounds of “public safety”, after abuse and threats from gay activists forced an IBM executive to sever his links with a Christian education group. [Read more & Comments]

UK’s Nigel Farage disagrees with Hanson on Muslims

Those who ignore history are doomed to repeat itChurchill

Outspoken British politician Nigel Farage has distanced himself from controversial comments about Islam made by One Nation leader Pauline Hanson.

Nigel Farage is a clever fellow. He lives in a country where Muslims have taken over cities. Where they have set up parallel legal systems and have too many no-go-areas for non Muslims. But when asked if he agreed with Ms Hanson that Islam was a “disease” that nations need to “vaccinate” against, he said if we outlawed the entire religion, we will lose. Of all people Mr Farage should know that to win the hearts and minds of moderate Muslims for a happy integrated society would need the short-circuiting of their logic board—their Quran. For that an iron fist is essential, not soft gloves. History has proved that well enough. [Read more & Comments]

“It won’t start Captain!”

Navy brass in the bathtub with their toys?

Navy signal to Bureau of Meteorology—request you delay Queensland cyclone 10 days!

Could it be that our Navy brass are busy in a secret location making plans for their new parade float. They might be with retired Admiral Chris Barrie, who strongly supports navy personnel mincing through the streets of Sydney as proud gays in the Gay Mardi Gras—in uniform. Yep, all present on the bridge of the good ship Australia steering its course to Davey Jones’ Locker. Meanwhile out in the real world of national security.

Engineers are frantically working to solve engine problems on the Royal Australian Navy’s two largest ships, with fears the Landing Helicopter Docks (LHDs) could be out of action for several weeks. The Canberra Class Amphibious Assault Ships HMAS Canberra and HMAS Adelaide are currently docked at Sydney’s Garden Island Naval Base where maintenance crews are trying to identify and resolve issues with the LHDs’ cutting-edge Azipod propulsion system. [Read more & Comments]

Phones, oh! dear me

Asking for someone’s phone number is over

A hundred years ago, it would have been considered a shocking breach of etiquette to wear a watch of any kind to a dinner party; it would have implied that you had better things to do than focus on your host. Back then, strict rules of dress and etiquette governed almost every conceivable social situation in polite society. Lest you risked meeting with public scorn or not-so-public gossip, you followed the tradition without question. These days we may appreciate the softening (and in some ways, disappearing) rules of etiquette, but the rise of technology has us in an awkward position. Suddenly, there aren’t any rules, nor are there any old rules to fall back on in questionable situations. With mobile phones, it sometimes appeared that only one rule applies: push the boundaries of ‘polite’ behaviour until someone objects or you lose a friend.

All that is now changing: [Read more & Comments]

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Canada’s welcome mat for Muslims attracts filthy sandals

As the funny little meerkat in the TV ad says; “it’s simples.”

While Western leaders struggle to understand how and where Muslims are brainwashed to radical Islam, the following videos answer that question in less than two minutes in a way that even the greatest idiot and Muslim apologist could not possibly escape.

Last week, Pauline Hanson was savaged by the leftist media, including The Australian, for suggesting that Muslim immigration be halted. Perhaps more essential would be mandatory monitoring of Mosque preachings.

Montreal: Published on Mar 21, 2017

On March 20, 2017, B’nai Brith Canada filed a complaint with Montreal police regarding a sermon made by Sheikh Muhammad bin Musa Al Nasr at the Dar al-Arqam mosque in Montreal. In the sermon, recited on Dec. 23, 2016, he described Jews as “the most evil of mankind” and “human demons,” and quoted a passage from the hadith that calls for killing Jews.

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New ABC Chairman is a jerk joke—no bias, he says?

Those taxpayers who pray daily to the ABC God for the miracle of balanced reportage should get off their knees because the newly appointed chairman, Justin Milne has declared no bias exists within the incestuous bunker. Such a ludicrous assessment indicates yet another lickspittle to the Marxist cause—totally supported by the Australian taxpayer. The tail now wags the dog with impunity. This useless Turnbull government can strip pensioners but will ignore the ABC spit-inyour-eye arrogance with public money. The ballot box awaits like never before! We fervently pray!

The ABC’s newly appointed chairman, Justin Milne, has dismissed accusations of bias in news coverage, saying the organisation would continue to resist political pressure over its editorial output. Speaking to The Australian in his first interview as chairman, Mr Milne said the broadcaster was fulfilling its role as a public service by presenting a wide range of political views. [Read more & Comments]

The Clericy and Silicon Valley

It is a delusion that men may be governed and yet be free.

So said H.L Mencken, journalist, satirist, critic and author of The American Language, a mighty influential study of how English is spoken in the US.

He also said that representative democracy was a system in which inferior men dominated their superiors. The inferiors being the politicians and the superiors, us.

He’s dead now, more’s the pity.

This domination by inferior politicians is necessary to what what has been dubbed as “the Clericy” in a book, “The New Class Conflict.” The politicians are the political wing of the Clericy. The Clericy persuades the government to follow Clericy’s philosophies and ideologies. [Read more & Comments]

Islam on the move—closer, ever closer

Please send pepper, salt and tomato sauce to “Dirty Duterte”!

The Islamic State terrorist group (IS) could establish a caliphate in the southern Philippines, according to Australia’s Foreign Minister Julie Bishop. The leader of the Abu Sayyaf terrorist group has been declared an Emir, or leader, by IS in the Middle East. “There is concern ISIS may well seek to declare a caliphate in the southern Philippines,” Ms Bishop told Sky News. “This brings the threat right to our doorstep.”

Oh dear! In September 2016, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte vowed to personally tear apart and eat Abu Sayyaf Islamic militants, in a bloodthirsty vow of revenge for deadly attacks in the Philippines.

“They will pay. When the time comes, I will eat you in front of people,” Duterte told an audience of Filipinos while in Laos for a regional summit. He seems to have lost his appetite!

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