With Islamic fundamentalism on the rise in Australia and Â radicalised Australians joining various jihad it is hard not to agree with those that want to prevent Muslim immigration into New Zealand.
Australia is far further down the track on this and as a result you are witnessing increased anti-semitism, creation of no go areas in major cities and not far off seeing demands for Sharia law in those same areas.
Australia has a problem and I don’t think we will escape it either.
Their former Army boss says Australia needs to prepare to fight, and on their own soil too.
AUSTRALIA needs to prepare for an increasingly savage, 100-year war against radical Islam that will be fought on home soil as well as foreign lands, the former head of the army, Peter Leahy, has warned.
Professor Leahy, a leading defence and strategic analyst, toldÂ TheÂ Weekend AustralianÂ the country was ill-prepared for the high cost of fighting a war that would be paid in âblood and treasureâ and would require pre-emptive as well as reactive action.
âAustralia is involved in the early stages of a war which is likely to last for the rest of the century,â he said. âWe must be ready to protect ourselves and, where necessary, act pre-emptively to neutralise the evident threat. Get ready for a long war.â
Senior intelligence officials have moved to shore up public support for the Abbott governmentâs tough new security laws, including enhanced data-retention capabilities enabling agencies to track suspect computer usage.
Australian Security Intelligence Organisation director-general David Irvine said the proposed data laws, which require phone and internet companies to retain records for two years, were âabsolutely crucialâ to counter the jihadist terror threat.
The governmentâs security package also includes a $630 million funding boost to intelligence agencies and police to help prevent domestic terrorist attacks. Â Read more »