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Has the 100 year Jihad (war) begun ... ???

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by DB008, Aug 21, 2014.

  1. Tisme

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    I'm guessing that was one of those pipe, slippers, rose coloured glasses and superior intellect type replies :D You lost my admiration of your adroit perspicacity when you resorted to underhanded abuse at Rumpole's input..... reminiscent of schoolyard mud slinging

    My post still stands based on the lack of application of points mentioned; there's a difference between gunna and doin'.
     
  2. Tisme

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    Yep it's a competition between my (real) blond haired, blue eyed daughter and me to see who gets pinged with the rod.

    In the USA they parade my name on the screen above the departure gate, which means they are checking through the database to see if I'm going to do bad things.

    I'm thinking of getting some Roman sandals, a thobe and dishdash so they will leave me alone.:D
     
  3. Tisme

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    Stage 1:

    http://articles.economictimes.india...et-china-national-tourism-administration-cnta


    Stage 2:

    http://www.barenakedislam.com/2013/...muslims-for-allegedly-spreading-jihad-online/

    Stage 3:

    http://shoebat.com/2014/06/27/chine...ic-violence-take-13-muslim-jihadists-execute/

     
  4. sinner

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    Evidence please! You claim lack of application,

    You want to defund the Islamic schools but who actually funds them? Rich Wahhabist Saudis, Qataris, Emiratis, by and large. Our supposed friends in the Arab world. They would be defunded in a second if we had our priorities straight. Instead we appoint them to run the UN Human Rights Council.

    http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/...n-secret-deal-over-human-rights-council-place

    Is there any evidence that we don't prosecute men who marry off their children? I mean how do you even know about this aside from state prosecutions that make the news? The last set of idiots I heard about this all got done. The father, the supposed husband and the idiotic Imam.

    Busted bein' a moron http://www.nydailynews.com/news/wor...ducting-child-marriage-cops-article-1.1610185

    Take a look at this to see the extent of child marriage in our country, yet you only seem concerned about the Muslims who do this, instead of being keen to tackle proportionally to volume by country. There's a word for that kind of mentality, that word is bigot.

    http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/re...rried-every-year/story-fnet09y4-1226987689946

    We prosecute all people who disobey any law, it really doesn't matter if it conflicts with your religion or not! I challenge any claim to the contrary to please put up some supporting evidence.

    Actually, it'd be good if you could start by simply giving an example of a law which supposedly conflicts with Islam (you know, that umbrella term for many disparate sects and tribes that is not actually the demonic-cult-for-brown-people you're making it out to be), my guess is that anything you find would also conflict with the Talmud or Pentateuch. That's the funny thing about the Koran, if you've read the Bible or Talmud, a bunch of bits are pretty familiar.

    You also claim that Centrelink funds the indolent without providing a single shred of evidence. One has to wonder if you have ever been to Centrelink, certainly amongst those I know unlucky enough to be unemployed it was not a walk amongst the roses to get a cent, regardless of their previous economic contribution.

    Finally you seem to imply that there is no application of the sedition law...even though as I stated it is broad and vague, easily used by any law enforcement or intelligence agency that has cause to do so. Here's a summary so you can catch up on what those laws entail.

    https://www.humanrights.gov.au/human-rights-guide-australias-counter-terrorism-laws#3_5

    It seems obvious to me that if there was even a speck of seditious activity, those acting so would be nailed to the wall. Perhaps what you think is seditious is not, not even under Howard era laws passed under the grips of the feverish fear of a decade ago?

    When are ya gunna provide some evidence for yer claims.

    I stand by my claim and challenge for anyone to deconstruct it: the claim that "most Muslims" are having lots of kids to rort welfare is nothing short of idiotic racism.

    As for your comments on the Uighurs, try a read of this to get some on the ground context

    http://www.abc.net.au/foreign/content/2014/s4097689.htm

    which was preceded by this

    http://www.smh.com.au/federal-polit...ndent-program-on-uighurs-20140930-10nx6q.html
     
  5. SirRumpole

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    It's not that obvious to me.

    Charge one Imam and risk riots on the streets ?

    A brave government would charge a hate preacher but I'm not sure that we have a government that brave.

    What happened to the 15 year old kid that was preaching jihad at school ? Who was teaching him and were they charged ?
     
  6. sinner

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    Sorry Rumpy! Still waiting on evidence from your previous claim before we get to this one.

    Are you talking about the kid in the article that you pasted above? The one where a single report of "preaching jihad at lunchtime" triggered a statewide audit of prayer groups at every single school?
     
  7. SirRumpole

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    Do you have a problem with an audit ?
     
  8. sinner

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    The point is that you're claiming we can't prosecute haters, meanwhile in reality allegations of a single instance of hate speech have triggered a statewide audit. Hardly meshes with the picture you attempt to paint. And if there was an argument to be made about proportionate response one wonders which side of proportionate a statewide audit is...

    Feel free to provide some evidence for your claim that most Muslims have lots of kids to rort welfare anytime though.
     
  9. SirRumpole

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    My actual statement was this

    Note I didn't say that they do have a lot of children in order to live on benefits.

    Most religious types have a lot of children due to their commandments of "go forth and multiply" , including Catholics and Jews, the point I'm making is that the rest of us subsidise this indulgence.

    With a deficit of 40bn pa something has to go, and I reckon family tax benefits should be on the list as having children is a choice compared to other things like disability and getting old.
     
  10. sinner

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    Pictures of NSW Police in 2012 Hyde Park cowering in terror over the prospect of a riot. Oops wait, no this is the photo of them kicking the **** out of a tiny handful of poor, uneducated young males.

    557606-sydney-riot.jpg

    Hmm..."poor, uneducated young males" ...that rings a bell...Cronulla..something...Redfern something...

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    It's almost as if being a marginalised youth with no opportunity has something to do with riots in Sydney, and nothing to do with religion at all! But who knows what to make of photographic historical evidence, it's probably all Islams fault.
     
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    That is exactly what you said, actually.

    Nice attempt to weasel out on semantics though! I also like your use of bold highlight to make the weasel attempt more prominent.
     
  12. SirRumpole

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    Anti-Islam activist Geert Wilders' Australian visa 'granted'


    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-10-...geert-wilders-australian-visa-granted/6839230
     
  13. luutzu

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    Maybe you got a French accent? :D
    Who could trust a Frenchy? haha

    It's fine, I didn't raise any fuss. Racial profiling or any profiling is fine at airports. I don't look Asian anyway. Have been told I look Indian or Indonesian... I reckon I look more like Pierce Brosnan but then you know.
     
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    Must be the car you're driving? Sporty, all souped up?

    I was pulled over three times over the years where I knew it wasn't random.

    Once I was pulled over on the way home. The cop said they saw me doing a big loop to somewhere and now back, where was I going? Was going to the video shop and hiring some new ones. What's in that plastic bag on your seat there? A kebab.

    All through the questioning my bloody put both hands at the top of the steering and make no sudden movement. Not with one cop next to me and the other standing on the other side.

    Another time I was on one lane, an uncovered cop car on the other. At the green it sped up, speeding in a 50K zone, I was behind then it suddenly breaks, then breaks again so I overtook it. Got pulled over, then waited some 20 minutes as they check my license, then got fined for "overtaking on the inside"... yea, apparently it's dangerous for overtake on the inside lane.

    Another time it wasn't racial... I drove my brother's sport car and ran the yellow. Couldn't stop at that yellow. Got pulled over, half hour of checking, then got fined $550.

    An Asian friend of mine was out late near his home. Got picked up and they did a full internal search because he was out late. The dude was in year 11 and beside the baggy pants that was the fashion back then, trust me, not the drug pusher man.


    I'm sure all Muslim/Arab parents cannot rest easy whenever their kids are out nowadays. The the random crazy White women on public transports is probably a good day until they get home.
     
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    You know and we know you are just arguing for the sake of arguing. :)

    WE the "Australian" people should not be funding nurseries for primitives that we stupidly imported. We should be applying the full weight of the law, regardless of black deep south americans, Saudi Arabia and wot not.... but I don't see any evidence of this happening and if it is we are being deprived of that news.

    WE make special laws to take on arse4ole bike clubs and ping anyone with a motorbike riding in pairs, but we haven't got the nads to take, head on, a bunch of trouble makers to task. Instead we sneak around raiding houses after events and we talk about some separate community as if it has it's own autonomy and special compassion rules.

    You got weeds in the lawn you can either mow them in, get rid of them or sacrifice the whole lawn for a new one (or better still a no maintenance Greek Lawn).

    What's next, Arab-Australians, Chinese-Australians, Anglo-Australians ... it's just pure racism in play
     
  16. SirRumpole

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    Parramatta shooting: 'If you don't like Australia, leave', Muslim leader to tell worshippers

    Good on him for saying that, it comes down to whether the hard liners will listen.
     
  17. Tisme

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    Yeah but if a non muslim said it, he/she would be a slack jawed, rednecked, homophobic, Anglophile, racist, misogynistic bigot. :rolleyes:

    Why are the press so wedded to the idea that Muslims should have their own community and own leaders and the demands by them for social vigilantism?
     
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    Suave charm even without speaking?
    Officer was probably jaelous when man or envious when a lady ;)
    Anyway, as you see : the look = check has weird consequences
    Cheers
     
  19. SirRumpole

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    That is the effect of religion, the weak minded being led by their witchdoctors.
     
  20. noco

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    Yes, and the Fabians are bit like the religion mentioned, the weak minded being lead by their masters in the UN..
     
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