Free Trade/ Foreign Investment · Islam in Europe

The Quiet Islamic Conquest of Spain

Spain isn’t a country usually mentioned amongst the Islamized likes of Belgium, France, Sweden or the United Kingdom.  Yet the nation’s low birth rates and proximity to the Muslim world, make it ripe pickings for an Islamic conquest. Spain has been thus far (as Giullo Meotti’s fine article points out), woefully inadequate in confronting this… Continue reading The Quiet Islamic Conquest of Spain

How to stop political Islam

The failure of ‘deradicalisation’ programs

“Deradicalisation programs” have routinely failed, and will likely continue to do so. Because they start from the false premise that jihadis misunderstand Islamic teachings. When in reality, the problem is jihadis understand Islamic teachings too well, and the safety of disbelievers is threatened accordingly. “Deradicalisation helpline Step Together receives ‘around five calls in two months’”,… Continue reading The failure of ‘deradicalisation’ programs

Islam in Australia

Muslim murders man, says “This is for ISIS and al-Qaeda,” cops say terrorism “one line of inquiry”

Jihad Watch, by Robert Spencer, June 5, 2017: He was, of course, “on parole and known to counter-terrorism cops,” like so many other Islamic jihadis. There are just so many to keep track of, and Western governments, apparently bent on national and civilizational suicide, are importing more all the time. Still, Australian police say terrorism… Continue reading Muslim murders man, says “This is for ISIS and al-Qaeda,” cops say terrorism “one line of inquiry”

Aussie Conservative Political Philosophy/ Landmark Posts · Islam · Islamic apologism and the persecution of dissenters

My response to Theresa’s May speech

Yesterday, I watched Theresa’s May reply to the Islamic terrorist attack in London and subsequently, I shall respond. After outlining the specifics of the terror attacks, May vowed that Britain’s fertile environment for homegrown terrorism must change, and that Muslims should be moved away from this ideology, by showing them the British values are ‘superior’.… Continue reading My response to Theresa’s May speech

Islamic apologism and the persecution of dissenters

Manchester: Europe Still ‘Shocked, Shocked’

Gatestone Institute, by Judith Bergman, May 24, 2017: When ISIS attacked the Bataclan Theater in Paris in November 2015, it did so because, in its own words, it was “where hundreds of pagans gathered for a concert of prostitution and vice.” A year earlier, ISIS had forbidden all music as haram (forbidden). Many Islamic scholars… Continue reading Manchester: Europe Still ‘Shocked, Shocked’

How to stop political Islam · Malcolm Turnbull

Malcolm Turnbull says government considering laptop ban on international flights

If Turnbull wants to ban laptops on international flights from high- security risk countries, perhaps he should jump to the chase in better securing Australians, via putting an indefinite suspension on flights from such areas? Perth Now, by Claire Bickers, May 16, 2017: MALCOLM Turnbull has confirmed the federal government is considering a ban on… Continue reading Malcolm Turnbull says government considering laptop ban on international flights