The Muslim asylum seeker this week effectively killed Santa in downtown Sydney. Safe shopping is over. Lindt Chocolates will never be able to recruit staff again in Martin Place.
Who’d walk in to buy a coffee? The risk is not worth it.
Pro-asylum seeker Senator Sarah Hanson Young has gone all quiet since the Iranian Asylum Seeker terrorised a Sydney chocolate shop, the entire city and lead to the loss of life of two innocent Sydneysiders.
Who would trust to walk Sydney’s city streets when thousands of Islamists have ghettoed themselves across south-west Sydney? It all exacerbated under the Rudd-Gillard Labor era 2007-2013 when we had no borders.
Nearly half a million Islamists now inhabit Sydney. Every month a new mosque is sought. And Australia’s Prime Minister Tony Abbott has just announced plans to unleash an international airport at Badgerys Creek to attract more of them.
Police are now swarming the Sydney CBD. Police Operation Hammerhead has been reactivated following the Martin Place Terrorism Siege this week. General duties officers are typically supported by officers from specialist commands such as the Dog Squad, the Public Order, mounted police and Riot Squad and tactical police.
New South Wales Police Assistant Commissioner Michael Fuller has announced plans for high-visibility policing operations across the state for 24 hours a day over the next three weeks.
Downtown Sydney remains unsafe. Sporting fixtures and other large-scale public events will also be patrolled. Muslims could arrive by train from Lakemba without any warning.
Police Operation Hammerhead was first used in September this year (2014) following a string of counter-terrorism raids across Sydney and Brisbane. The raids, which saw two people later charged with various offences, followed a reported threat to publicly “behead” an Australian in Martin Place.
Known violent hotspots identified by police include Martin Place, Circular Quay, ethnic Parramatta, and Muslim-dominated suburbs of south-western Sydney centred around Lakemba, Bankstown, Punchbowl, Mount Druitt and Liverpool.
Assistant Commissioner Mick Fuller, who commands Sydney’s Metropolitan Local Area Command, led Hammerhead previously and is considered the NSW Police Force’s go to man for counter-terrorism related duties.
Sarah Hanson Young will cry and demand taxpayer sympathy for anyone who is foreign to our shores, non-White and cannot speak English. To the bitch, such a person is assured future voter for her Leftist socialist politics.
Sarah Hanson Young: “This is just more cruelty at the cost of Australia’s generous heart and it is trashing our global reputation.”- THE GUARDIAN OF THE LEFT, August 4, 2013
Greens Party refugee advocate, Sarah Hanson Young, is loyal to any breed of foreigners seeking asylum in Australia for what ever reason. Sarah Hanson Young has closer political ties with Middle Eastern emigrants than with Australians. Some generations ago , she would be tried for treachery and for being a traitor to her nation.
Liberal and Labor’s joint unAustralian policy of Gough Whitlam’s “multiculturalism ideology” allows the socialist Trojan Horse infiltration of Australian traditional values.
The Australian Greens are considering changing their name.
“Asylum Seeker Party” would seem most suitable, given the passions of The Greens’ senators. Yet voter support in Sydney would be hard to convince. One fact is certain. The Greens no longer stand for conserving Australian conservation.
Muslim Mon Harris carried out the deadly hostage taking in Sydney that ended today in death for two Australians.
Muslim Man Monis arrived with hate, and perpetuated his hate downunder. He just hated Australians and the West, but enjoyed our lifestyle.
Monis was born Manteghi Bourjerdi and became an Islamic cleric (Mullah) in Iran. He then emigrated from Iran to Australia in 1996 posing as a refugee. After being ushered in on the pretense of humanitarianism by Australian Immigration with no background checks, he changed his name to Man Haron Monis and reinvented himself as “Sheik Haron”, basically setting up his own one man Islamic sect.
Monis never saw himself as part of Team Australia, just Australians will be shaking their heads about why the Government just continues to allow hateful Muslims into their civilised society. While Monis acted alone in his terrorist act, he had more than 14,000 Muslim “likes” on his Facebook page. Government “isolated incident” spin won’t wash – simply more Muslims, more mayhem!
VIENNA (AP) ” A Russian loan to France’s National Front. Invitations to Moscow for leaders of Austria’s Freedom Party. Praise for Vladimir Putin from the head of Britain’s anti-European Union party.
As the diplomatic chill over Ukraine deepens, the Kremlin seems keener than ever to enlist Europe’s far-right parties in its campaign for influence in the West, seeking new relationships based largely on shared concern over the growing clout of the EU.
Russia fears that the EU and NATO could spread to countries it considers part of its sphere of influence. And it has repeatedly served notice that it will not tolerate that scenario, most recently with its Ukraine campaign.
Europe’s right-wing and populist parties, meanwhile, see a robust EU as contrary to their vision of Europe as a loose union of strong national states. And some regard the EU as a toady to America.
The fact that many of Moscow’s allies are right to far-right reflects the Kremlin’s full turn. Under communism, xenophobic nationalist parties were shunned.
Now they are embraced as partners who can help further Russia’s interests and who share key views ” advocacy of traditional family values, belief in authoritarian leadership, a distrust of the U.S.
and support for strong law-and-order measures.
Statements by leading critics of the EU, or euroskeptics, reflect their admiration of the Kremlin.
National Front founder Jean-Marie Le Pen told The Associated Press this month
It is curious: Though I have spent a lifetime in journalism, I do not read a newspaper, not the New York Times nor the Washington Post nor the Wall Street Journal. Nor do I have television service.
Why? Because, having worked in that restaurant, I know better than to eat there. The foregoing media are quasi-governmental organs, predictably predictable and predictably dishonest. The truth is not in them.
Within the news racket, this isn’t news. More interesting is that a large part of the intelligent population agrees. We now have a press of two tiers, the establishment media and the net, with sharply differing narratives. The internet is now primary.The bright get their news from around the web and then read the New York Timesto see how the paper of record will pevaricate. People increasingly judge the media by the web, not the web by the media.
The major outlets (this will not be a blinding insight) as always are in near-lockstep—that is, controlled. Reporters understand the rules perfectly. You do not, not ever, criticize Israel. You don’t say anything remotely interpretable as racist. Women are sacrosanct. Do not offend the sexually baroque. The endless wars get minimal coverage and almost nothing that would upset the public. Huge military contracts get almost no mention.
None of this is accidental.
It is well and slickly done. We have all heard Lincoln’s dictum, “You can fool all of the people some of the time, and some of the people all of the time, but you can’t fool all of the people all of the time.” Being a pol, he didn’t add the crucial, “But you can fool enough of the people enough of the time.” Here is the secret. You don’t need to ban unwelcome books, because the only people who read them already agree with them. You don’t need to kick in doors at three in the morning to seize forbidden typewriters. People might revolt against that sort of thing. Just keep prohibited topics off the networks and out of the papers. It is enough.
Or was enough. It was enough in part because there were no means of lateral communication among the public. CBS could put its view of the world on your screen and, though in principle you could write the network a letter which someone might read, you had no access to differing views, and no way of knowing what other viewers thought. Bingo.
This system is breaking down under the onslaught of the internet. Papers are losing both credibility and circulation. So are the networks.
Race is the obvious example of the decline in control. The spin and censorship have become so heavy-handed as to be comic. For example, there recently appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch a story recounting that three, er, teens had beaten a man to death with hammers. (By now, everyone knows that when a writer says “teens,” feral blacks are meant.) Predictably the police chief discounted racial motives, though obviously those were the only motives. While the Post-Dispatch is a third-rate paper, it closely follows the rules of the Times et al.
However, readers on the paper’s site who commented on the story overwhelmingly expressed anger that the racial provenance of the killing was being covered up. One pointed out that one sees headlines, “White Cop Kills Unarmed Black,” but never “Blacks Kill Unarmed White Man,” which is what happened.
Here is a stark example of the evolving two tiers of the news business. Editorially, thePost-Dispatch peddles the mandatory narrative while what appear to be a large majority of its readers know it is lying. Readers, seeing the comments of other readers, learn that they are not alone in their disgust: Lateral communication. This may have consequences.
Papers do not like this at all. It seems that they are beginning to pull their comment columns. Few dare publish views that contradict the anointed story line. With respect to race, the comments reveal a very real and major racial anger that does not involve only a small number of KKK members.
Barely possibly, papers will be pushed into, or at least toward, honesty if they want to keep their readership. As I was writing this, a friend sent me a link to a new Post-Dispatch story about a Bosnian woman beaten unconscious and left beside the road by several blacks. The story actually said “blacks.” An almost unheard of admission.
Another problem that the internet poses for papers is the divide between the intelligent and the rest. Again we see two opposed poles, though in this case blending imperceptibly into one another. The major media are not comfortable with intelligence. Television is worst, the medium of the illiterate, barely literate, stupid, uneducated, and uninterested. It cannot afford to air much that might puzzle these classes.
Newspapers can assume that their subscribers can at least read but, intelligence being pyramidal in distribution, have to focus of the lower end. They also have to avoid offending the advertisers, the politically correct, or the corporate ownership.
By contrast, web sites have few of these problems. Since they aggregate their readership from the whole planet, they do not have to concern themselves with grocery ads in St. Louis. They cost little to run. They do not need the bottom end of the distribution. And they have become multitudinous. Collectively you might call them “a free press.”
There are for example Taki’s Magazine, leaning hard to the political Right but thoughtful, beautifully written, fearless, and possessed of a beguiling aristocratic snottiness; the Unz Review, leaning hard in all directions at once but written by and for a cognitive elite; Anti-War.com, not sucking up to military industry; Tom Dispatch, extraordinarily informed analyst of imperial policy; Counterpunch, hard Left but highly intelligent, and the Drudge Report, half grocery-store tabloid and half unintimidatable teller-like-it-is, sort of America’s thermometer.
These and countless others are all over the spectrum, any spectrum, every spectrum, off spectrum, but in most cases assume a post-graduate intelligence and knowledge. No newspaper of which I am aware comes close.
It amounts to distributed cognitive stratification. Before the internet, people who wanted a high level of intellectual community had to move to a large city or live on the campus of a good university. Magazines of small circulation delivered by snail mail helped a bit, but not much. Today, email, specialized websites, and list serves put people of like mind in Canberra, Buenos Aires, Bali, and Toronto in the same living room, so to speak.
Which we all know already. But what does this globalization do to newspapers? How can they compete for the intelligent market? Or for readers who simply do not believe them? They are dull because they have to be, bland because they must avoid offending anyone, controlled because they can be. They write to the least common denominator of their clientele because they have to be comprehensible to non-specialist readers and, in the United States, are quasi-governmental. (Note that the decade’s biggest story, Edward Snowden, was broken by a Brazilian reporter in an English paper.)
The future? Good question. A reasonable guess: We will see growing global intellectual electro-Balkanization. Declining circulation of newspapers as fewer see any reason to read them. The separation of people and state. Television becoming even more of a cultural slum, if that is possible. Decreasing ability of the guberno-media complex (I actually said that, didn’t I?) to control opinion. Because of lateral communication, growing ability of voiceless groups to realize that they are numerous and have interests in common. It’s a new ball game.
Shunned by mainstream parties, the Sweden Democrats have threatened to make Sweden effectively ungovernable unless the country adopts tough immigration policies like those of nearby Denmark, including a 90 percent cut in asylum seeker numbers.
In neighbours Denmark and Finland, anti-immigration parties are now among the three most popular in some opinion polls. In Norway, a rightist populist party is in the ruling coalition.
Companies in NZ awarded for discriminating against and disadvantaging White people, and promoting anti-White brainwashing through their diversity programs.
2014 NZ Diversity Awards – WINNER Jacobs
Jacobs merged with Sinclair Knight Merz (SKM) in late 2013 to form one of the largest providers of technical, professional and construction service providers in the world.
The business offers personal and professional development through five learning and development frameworks, encompassing programmes in intercultural awareness, unconscious bias and career planning.
Staff are also provided with language tuition when working with other countries and cultures.
There has been an increasing focus within Jacobs on representing people from a diverse range backgrounds at senior levels, as the company recognises the important role intercultural awareness plays in improving business performance.
Chinese trade and investment interest in Southland continues to grow at a pace.
Last week representatives of the Lianhua Trading Group visited Southland after increasing its stake in Prime Range Meats from 24.9 per cent to 75 per cent. The Invercargill City Council has also established a relationship with the Chinese city of Suqian.
Anti-White policies in Tech Firms in the States
Intel is hosting a meeting organized by Rev. Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow Push Coalition, which has been demanding higher employment for blacks, Latinos and women in tech companies.
The meeting on Dec. 10 follows the participation of the civil rights leader at a Microsoft annual shareholder meeting on Wednesday, where he asked, among other things, for a commitment from the company that it would actively search for people of color and women for future board openings and C-suite level positions.
The meeting at Intel’s Santa Clara campus will discuss strategies for bringing more diversity to the tech industry, said an Intel spokeswoman. Intel will be represented by Rosalind Hudnell, its chief diversity officer, she wrote in an email Thursday.
Rainbow Push Coalition said in a statement that besides its key partners, over 20 technology companies have confirmed their attendance at the workshop.
Politicians repeatedly lie and call Islam a “religion of peace”, but here is some data on the matter
Aside from the numerous historic accounts of Christians slaughtered for refusing Islam–whether 100,000 Georgian beheaded or burned alive, or a “mere” 813 Italians beheaded–Christians are still being forced to convert to Islam, and not just at the hands of ISIS:
Pakistan: In 2004, a-two-year old child was raped because her Christian father “refused to convert to Islam.” Another “devoted Christian” was butchered by Muslim men “with multiple axe blows [24 per autopsy] for refusing to convert to Islam.” In April 2014, A Muslim security guard murdered a Christian worker who refused to convert to Islam.
Uganda, July 2014: After a gang of Muslims brandishing machetes stormed a church during service, hacking one 18-year-old woman to death and leaving three others, including a one-year-old baby, injured, the pastor explained that the attackers belong to a local “group of Muslims” which seeks “to transform [Christian-majority] Uganda into an Islamic nation and would kill anyone who refused to convert.”
Nigeria, May 2014: A Christian teenage girl told of how Boko Haram came to her household and slaughtered her father and brother because they refused to convert to Islam. After abusing her, they tied her up and left her in a state of shock between the two corpses.
Bangladesh, October 2013: After shutting down the construction of a church, a local government official threatened Christians with eviction from their village unless they renounced their faith and embraced Islam. Said one of the Christians: “Their threats chilled me to the bone. That is why I pretended to accept Islam, but faith in Christ is the wellspring of my life.” Another said: “The chairman is clipping the wings of our faith. I do not know how long we can grin and bear it. We want religious freedom. We want to practice our religion freely.”
Russia, 2013: In Tatarstan, a Muslim-majority republic in Russia, seven churches were burned and “increased pressure on Christians to convert to Islam” was widespread.
Uzbekistan, August 2012: A 26-year-old Christian woman, partially paralyzed from youth, and her elderly mother were violently attacked by invaders who ransacked their home, confiscating “icons, Bibles, religious calendars, and prayer books.” At the police department, the paralyzed woman was “offered to convert to Islam.” She refused and was accordingly fined almost two years’ worth of her wages.
Pakistan, Uganda, Russia, Nigeria, Palestine, Uzbekistan, Bangladesh: these are not “ISIS.” Yet Christians there are experiencing the same intolerance and violence that Christians under ISIS are experiencing.
Muslim threats in NZ
Simon Collins Derek Cheng of the NZ Herald has been threatened that if he continued to write unfavourable articles about the Avondale mosque situation, something would happen to him.