Monumental Insult: Muslims Denigrate Australian Soldiers Sacrifice for Nation, Freedom & Democracy


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I sat here as an Australian on ANZAC DAY, insulted, frustrated, in fear and despair for the future of my community, my Nation, our children and grandchildren, all that has made this country great.

 

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How can our Prime Minister stand before us with a straight face and mouth these words following the cold blooded murder of Curtis Chang in Sydney, by a Muslim youth who had just visited a local Mosque where he was supplied with the fire arm used in the murder.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has urged people to be sensible.

“We must not vilify or blame the entire Muslim community for the actions of what is, in truth, a very, very small percentage of violent extremist individuals,”

 

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Mr Turnbull said today.

“It is also important that to remember that the Australian Muslim community will be especially appalled and shocked by this.

As Commissioner Scipione and the Premier have noted, we must not vilify or blame the entire Muslim community with the actions of what is, in truth, a very, very small percentage of violent extremist individuals.

The Muslim community are our absolutely necessary partners in combatting this type of violent extremism. Now I would note that we have been on a state of high alert in terms of terrorist acts for the last 12 months.”

These communities were “absolutely necessary partners”, according to the PM.

“The most critically important Australian value in all of this is that of mutual respect,” he said.

“We are the most successful multicultural society in the world. Of that there can be no doubt.

“There is no country comparable to ours which has such a diverse mix of its population and that is built on mutual respect.

 

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Malcolm Turnbull has recast the national debate about countering violent extremism, saying Australians of every faith had a patriotic duty to preserve the “fundamental Australian value” of mutual respect.

In a major speech designed to promote community harmony, the prime minister specifically warned that “trying to tag all Muslims with responsibility for the crimes of a tiny minority” were hampering police efforts to stop terrorism.

“Those people who decide that the response to the extremism of a very small minority is to vilify all Muslims are absolutely acting in a thoroughly counterproductive way. That is the most counterproductive thing you can do,” Turnbull said in Sydney.

Turnbull has repeatedly referred to the Muslim community as “our absolutely necessary partner in the battle against violent extremism”.

“Now, in my view, the values of faith must be reaffirmed as passionately and resolutely as we can in the context of mutual respect,” he said.

Turnbull said people who voiced “a general hatred of all Muslims are also undermining our national interest” and were “making the work of the police and security services, governments who seek to prevent violent extremism much harder”.

He urged people to “look around ourselves and ask this question: is this not the most wonderful country in which to live? Is this not a remarkable achievement, that we have such a diverse community and yet we live together so harmoniously?”

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So Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull the ball is in your court.

Your first reaction to another innocent Australian being murdered in cold blood by a Muslim incited to kill us by people from Parramatta State School and the Parramatta mosque, is to tell Australians that to stop the spread of Islamic extremism and domestic terrorism it is down to us, we have to stop spreading hatred of Muslims.

Do you have any idea what you have implied, you have effectively ignored the facts of the matter, that this sort of thing is happening all over the world wherever Muslims have been welcomed and given asylum to live in the west, it has nothing to do with us the Australian people, it has nothing to do with us, what we say or what we do, are you really demanding that we must change our life style to accommodate this Vicious Medieval Death Cult?

 

 

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On ANZAC day we ask that you and our tax payer paid police forces deal with this insult dated 2013, well before the Chang Murder;

 

 

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Anzac Day is commemorated with increasing fervour each year on April 25th in Australia.

It is something Muslims should not actively or passively partake in – a matter that becomes clear when one studies the reality of this commemoration and the history it celebrates.

Anzac Day marks the anniversary of the Gallipoli campaign in which Australian forces suffered huge casualties.

The campaign took place in 1915 during the First World War and was part of the Allied attempt to capture the Gallipoli Peninsula en route to take Constantinople, the capital of the Uthmani Khilafah (Ottoman Caliphate) at the time.

The Allied assault was a major failure in which around 40,000 allied soldiers lost their lives, including about 8,700 Australian soldiers.

From this arises the concept of the ‘Anzac spirit’, celebrated on Anzac Day, which suggests that the Australian soldiers who fought at Gallipoli exhibited positive qualities of endurance, courage, humour, egalitarianism, ingenuity and mateship, and these are said to also constitute the ‘national character’ of Australia.

The Australian Government has already started preparing for the Anzac centenary in 2015, designing a logo for it which, in its words, is “designed to encapsulate the unique qualities that forged the spirit of Anzac and gave birth to our national identity: courage, mateship, sacrifice, generosity, freedom, and a fair go for all…[and it] honours all the men and women who have served our nation in uniform over the past one hundred years.”

This is the narrative.

In truth, one only need study the treatment of minorities in Australia, its indigenous people in particular, or the treatment of asylum seekers, to see the truth about claims of freedom and fair go for all.

Further, the ‘Anzac spirit’ is more mythology than history. It ignores indiscretions by the ANZAC soldiers such as burning the belongings of locals in Egypt, brawling, getting drunk and rioting, and contracting venereal diseases due to time spent in local brothels. It ignores the fact that Australian troops were merely used as fodder for British imperial designs. It sanitizes all the bad to surgically create a mythological legend worthy of celebration.

The result is that instead of learning from past mistakes, they are repeated again and again. Australian soldiers are used for the exploitative agendas of foreign powers, as we saw most recently in Iraq and Afghanistan, just as they were in WWI, under the same spurious pretext of “fighting for our freedom”, as if one’s freedom is predicated on the oppression of others.

For us, as Muslims, nationalism is a prohibited matter, whether it be Australian nationalism or Turkish, American or Egyptian.

By extension, so too are nationalistic celebrations.

Further, from the Muslim perspective, the Gallipoli campaign represents an aggression by allied troops against the legitimate Islamic authority of the time, the Uthmani Khilafah.

If we were to commemorate anything, it would be the successful defence of Muslim territories by the Muslim soldiers of the Khilafah.

In fact, Australia’s role in the Gallipoli campaign finds its broader context in Australia’s, albeit insignificant relative to Britain and France, contribution to the destruction of the Khilafah, manifest in Australia attacking and colonising Muslim lands. In August 1914 Australian troops were sent first to Egypt.

After four and a half months of training near Cairo, they departed by ship for the Gallipoli peninsula. In fact it was in Cairo that the ANZAC acronym was devised by Major General William Birdwood’s staff in early 1915.

In the latter part of the war, Australian troops in the Middle East fought a mobile war against the Uthmani Khilafah. In 1916 they partook in the fight for the Suez Canal and the allied conquest of the Sinai Peninsula. In 1917 Australian troops advanced into Palestine, partaking in the capture of Gaza and Jerusalem. By 1918 they had played there part in occupying Lebanon and Syria.

This is the history we are being asked to adopt, nay to celebrate, as our own. This is the history that is being adopted in various Islamic schools, in the post 9/11 world, as students are made to take part in Anzac Day commemorations such as observing one-minute silence and being taught about the great feats of the Anzacs.

We need to challenge and resist this. We have a history of our own, linked to the Islamic worldview and the struggles and achievements of our predecessors.

It should not be said here that the commemoration is not about the campaign per se but about the bravery and sacrifice of the Australian soldiers.

Separating the alleged attributes the soldiers exhibited from the context of the fighting is disingenuous.

Will we be commemorating the ‘bravery’ of Australian soldiers in Afghanistan or Iraq a few years down the track, once the Australian Government decides to do so?

Indeed, those Muslims who justify partaking in Anzac Day activities by one excuse or another should be prepared to accept their children and grandchildren doing the same for commemorations of the feats of Australian troops in Iraq and Afghanistan!

The truth is that Australia, as a former British colony in the past, and a modern independent sovereign state today, supports an international framework of deceit, exploitation and destruction led by the US and European powers.

It is this ugly reality is covered by superficial celebrations based on crafted mythologies.

In sum, Anzac Day represents a nationalistic celebration, linked to the ideology of a disbelieving people, of events involving wars against the legitimate Muslim authority of the time.

There is no justification whatsoever for Muslims to be actively or passively taking part in it.

Rather, we should be taking the lead in presenting the reality as outlined above in an intellectual and respectful manner.

We should be taking the right message to the people of Australia about the ills of nationalism, the reality of Australian war history and its disastrous effects on peoples abroad, the continuation of this today, and the need for all sincere people to challenge and account this oppression.

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Hizb ut-Tahrir Australia
24 April 2013

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The greatest obstacle to defeating Islamic terrorism is  the UN and the left progressive International Socialists.

The left helped create Islamic terrorism; its immigration policies import terrorism while its civil rights arm obstructs efforts to prevent it and its anti-war rallies attack any effort to fight it.

In America, in Europe and in Israel, and around the world, to get at Islamic terrorists, you have to go through the left.

When a Muslim terrorist comes to America, it’s the left that agitates to admit him. Before he kills, it’s the left that fights to protect him from the FBI.

Afterward, leftists offer to be his lawyers. The left creates the crisis and then it fights against any effort to deal with it except through surrender and appeasement.

Islamic violence against non-Muslims predated the left. But it’s the left that made it our problem. Islamic terrorism in America or France exists because of Muslim immigration.

And the left is obsessed with finding new ways to import more Muslims. Merkel is praised for opening up a Europe already under siege by Islamic terror, Sharia police, no-go zones and sex grooming and groping gangs, to millions.

The left feverishly demands that the whole world follow her lead. Bill Gates would like America to be just like Germany. Israel’s deranged Labor Party leader Herzog urged the Jewish State to open its doors.

Malcolm Turnbull and Barak Obama do not legitimately represent the will of the majority of legal citizens in Australia and the USA, they know and the media knows.

Saudi Arabia now heads up the UN Human Rights Commission, that is the same Saudi Arabia that states it will not accept any Sunni Muslim refugees from Syria because it considers them a security risk, yet the representatives of the UN Human Rights Commission in Europe, the USA and here in Australia demand that we take Sunni Muslim refugees from Syria despite any concerns we might have about security risks.

All indications are that the UN is desperately manoeuvring politically to secure unanimous support for authority to establish an “enforcement framework” that will adversely impact the ability of responsible democratic governments to reflect the expressed democratic will of their own people without being subject to UN enforced sanction or financial penalty.

 

 

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We have never had a proper public discussion or opportunity to vote on this issue, the UN is determined we never will, it will bribe, threaten or undermine who ever it needs to.

Malcolm Turnbull and Julie Bishop are clearly on the UN team and that means they do not represent Team Australia.

 

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Labor and the left have been demonstrating on our streets for years without any interruption from any opposing groups on the day, yet as soon as someone wants to demonstrate in support of some political point of view the left does not agree with , it is the progressive left who instigate extremism and perpetrate violence on our streets.

Australians deserve better form our politicians and our media, if there is to be the so called Mutual Trust and Mutual Respect that Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull called for then it need to start with the politicians and the media, they need to show enough trust and respect for the Australian people to give us the whole story, stop covering up facts because of some multicultural sensitivities, because that only goes to show a complete lack of respect for the Australian people.

Malcolm Turnbull is probably the last person to make any pitch for respect or trust, after showing he is incapable of either in the way he sat in the parliament, took an oath of loyalty to serve in the Abbott Government only to spend the whole time undermining the only politician to attract a majority democratic vote from the Australian people in two elections over the past 8 years.

Liberal senator Concetta Fierravanti-Wells, who has been consulting with 160 Muslim groups across the country on national secu­rity policy, told The Australian communities were feeling marginalised and there was a “growing distrust” of government.

“At the moment what is ­basically happening is (that) because of a growing distrust and problems in these communities, these communities have moved away from us … they feel very marginalised,” Senator Fierravanti-Wells said.

“Basically what has happened is they have clamped up, they are not really engaging and therefore relationships have dried up. They feel very marginalised. Of course, good intelligence is based on good relationships.”

The senator, who has more than 30 years’ experience working with multicultural groups and has close links to the Muslim community, said the government needed to build a relationship of trust with communities at risk.

She called for the “complex” issue of countering extremism and preventing youth becoming disenfranchised to be dealt with as a social issue.

“In my view, we have been dealing with extremism and violent extremism as a national security issue, but what we really need to do is to be looking at it from a different perspective; it is a social issue with a national security angle.”

Since becoming Prime Minister, Mr Turnbull has shunned ­expressions such as “team Australia” and has not described ­Islamic State as a “death cult”.

NSW Premier Mike Baird echoed the calls for logic.

“This is not a time to point fingers, for anger to reign… what we have to do is come together and solve it,” Mr Baird said.

“We, I think, ourselves, as a society are helping create some of the conditions that make it easier for others to then come along and say, see, this society doesn’t have a place for you,” Greens MP Adam Bandt Q&A.

“I don’t think that the language that has been used over the last couple of years has been very inclusive; I think it’s been quite divisive and destructive,” said Labor senator Lisa Singh.

 

 

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“In proclaiming this caliphate, the Islamist death cult has declared war on the world,” Mr Abbott said.

Does Turnbull you have any idea what he has implied, to have effectively ignored the facts of the matter, that this sort of thing is happening all over the world wherever Muslims have been welcomed and given asylum.

 

 

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It has always been the same since Mohammad and his followers were expelled from Mecca for their intolerance toward their own people, granted asylum in Medina, they went about undermining the community that had given them protection, eventually subverting their hosts and returning to put Mecca under siege.

It has nothing to do with us the Australian people, what do you want us to do, are you really demanding that we must change our life style to accommodate this vicious medieval deathcult?

When you talk of our proud history of multiculturalism, of welcoming and integrating so many different cultures peacefully into our community, just be aware of reality, most of the cultures you mention as examples were here prior to the invention of the term Multiculturalism, we had a very successful assimilation policy up until the mid to late 70s.

The problems we are experiencing today began with the advent of multiculturalism in the 80s, again something the Australian people were never consulted on, were never fully informed about and never got a chance to vote on, as the political class set about building an alternative constituency based on an implicit deal with these new communities, that you vote for the government who let you and your family into the country.

We need to learn the lessons of Lebanon, once a Beautiful majority 70% Christian country, Beirut know as the Paris of the Middle East, then under UN pressure they gave asylum to Palestinian refugees.

Now the Christians of Lebanon are a persecuted minority within their own country, Lebanon once proud and successful is now effectively a puppet state of Iran, run by the Terrorists of Hezbollah and Hamas.

I think our culture and values are worth fighting for, do you?

 

 

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