Two Controversial Australians but two different sets of rules.

Two controversial Australians said something controversial. One had a politically incorrect opinion, the other’s words broke the law, were immoral and incited slaughter. Which one do you think was punished?

Here are their faces, have a guess.

Sonia Kruger and her daughter Maggie. Photography: Steven Chee

Sonia Kruger and her daughter Maggie. Photography: Steven Chee Hizb ut-Tahrir Hizb ut-Tahrir

Sonia Kruger and Ismail al WahWah each made a controversial statement in a video broadcast.
Sheik Wahwah said, kill the Jews.  Sonia said, don’t let any more Muslims into Australia.

This is what happened …

Exhibit One

Sonia Kruger

First up, Sonia said she felt uneasy about data showing the higher the Muslim population, the greater the incidence of terrorism.

She agreed with others who called for a ban on Muslim immigration.

This is Sonia’s second broadcast

Here’s the aftermath.

Sonia Kruger is a ‘liability’ for the brands she represents and several deals now hang in the balance

BESIEGED television star Sonia Kruger is at risk of losing lucrative endorsement deals over her controversial comments about Muslims.

In addition to hosting duties on Today Extra and The Voice, Kruger is the face of a number of prominent brands, including Target, Porsche and Swisse, who are now reviewing their relationship with her.

“The unfortunate comments Sonia made are not in line with Porsche’s values in Australia, or our values globally,” spokesman Paul Ellis said.“We will take the situation into consideration and assess our relationship with Sonia, and what we may do about it.”

Advertising expert Dee Madigan, executive creative director of Campaign Edge, said organisations associated with Kruger would be worried in the wake of the controversy.

“She’s absolutely a liability for them, in the short term at least,” Madigan said.

Kruger’s appeal as a potential face for products and companies was now under threat, Madigan said. Those with a current contract would be monitoring the fall out closely.

“Her whole brand is the inoffensive nice girl and she’s managed to offend a whole lot of people this week. She’s gone off brand and that’s very damaging.”

Target, who recently used Kruger in an extensive advertising campaign, also moved to distance itself from her polarising remarks.

“In response to the recent comments from Sonia Kruger, we would like to stipulate that these views are hers only and do not represent those of Target Australia,” a spokeswoman said.

The company wouldn’t be drawn on whether it would review its relationship with the presenter.

Public anger continues to grow over her “extreme” remarks on Monday, including a call for Muslims to be banned from entering Australia.

A tearful on-air clarification yesterday failed to smooth things over, with a petition calling for her to be sacked attracting 4,000 signatures in 48 hours.

Australia’s media thought it so serious the Prime Minister was asked about her opinion.   The Prime Minister thought the issue so serious he took the question and answered it.

Exhibit Two

Islamic Terror supporter, Hizb ut-Tahrir chief Sheikh Ismail Al-Wahwah

First up, Ismail al Wah Wah gave a sermon in Sydney reminding our Muslims they have a responsibility to exterminate Jews.   He said Jews are the most evil creatures on earth.  He instructed his followers to kill Jews.  He said the justification for killing them was the fact that they are Jews.  “Oh Jews, nobody will give you peace,” he cries — in front of boys holding white and black Islamic flags.

There was limited outcry – starting with the publication of that video on this website.

This is Al WahWah’s second broadcast

The Aftermath

Australians Gagged While Extremists Preach Jihad


Hizb ut-Tahrir mouthpiece, Wassim Doureihi, claims that his organisation doesn’t have anything to do with radicalism, but the comments of his leader, Al-Wahwah, leave one in no doubt that he and his organisation are preaching an Islamic take-over of Australia, the extermination of Jews worldwide and the introduction of Sharia Law in Australia.  Recently, another radical Islamic preacher associated with Hizb ut-Tahrir was advocating the formation of an Islamic army to enforce Sharia law across Australia.

In March this year Michael Smith News exposed a Youtube video that he described as a crazed Muslim’s call on other Australian resident Muslims to kill Jews. That crazed Muslim was Ismail Al-Wahwah who Smith rightly described as a danger to society. It is preposterous that Al-Wahwah says, “I am not a terrorist and never will be.”

Michael Smith raised the question as to why the NSW Police had not charged Al-Wahwah with what most would correctly perceive to be an act of racial hatred and incitement to terrorism.  Inexplicably the NSW Police Commissioner advised the Anti-Discrimination Tribunal that Al-Wahwah would not be prosecuted over his video incitement of those people with a known propensity to commit act of terror because it could not be proved who uploaded the video to Youtube.!!

Sorry, but that is pure and unadulterated bullsh*t.  Who cares who uploaded it?  Al-Wahwah was there in all of his infamy for all to see and hear.  How much more evidence do you need?  Where was the Islamics best friend in NSW, Premier, Mike Baird, while all this was going on? Probably celebrating Friday prayers at the Lakemba Mosque.

The NSW Jewish Board of Deputies were justifiably outraged and so they should be.  Jewish representative, Vic Alhadeff  said: “This has been a test of whether the law is able to deal with someone who publicly calls for the death of a group of Australians based on their ethnicity,” he went on to say: “If it has failed it means the people of NSW remain unprotected from such appalling incitement to violence. If no action commences under the current law … then the Act should be fixed as a matter of urgency.”

The absolute arrogance of Al-Wahwah is breathtaking.  It appears that because the NSW Police failed to prosecute him he believes that is a licence for he and his minions to do and say whatever they like.  In one of his extremist rants at a Hizb Ut-Tahrir meeting in Sydney suburb of Lakemba, Al-Wahwah told those attending the meeting: “(If) they send their troops to Iraq to bomb Iraq to spread democracy. We will send our troops to Australia, to France to Germany,” and the crowd roared loudly.  He went on to say: “We believe the world deserves another world order. We are ready to sacrifice everything for our concept.”

To me that sounds very much like a declaration of war against Australia and its non-Muslim citizens.  That being the case then why wasn’t Al-Wahwah on the recent list of those facing deportation?

…Once again, when it comes to radical Islam, Australia turns the other cheek.

What’s the point of having laws against hate speech when a well-known extremist is caught red-handed breaking such laws and the crime goes unpunished?

Despite a clear-cut case, even with video evidence and no denials, Hizbut Tahrir hate preacher Ismail al-Wahwah will get away with openly calling for violent jihad on the streets on Australia.

Six months ago, al-Wahwah, an Islamofacist, stood before a mob in Sydney’s Lakemba, and in Arabic spat out a call for Muslims to wipe out the Jewish race.

Surrounded by chanting flag wavers, he warned Jews should not expect to “live in safety” anymore.

It was video recorded, loaded up on YouTube with English captioning by the boastful organisers.

Originally, the story broke here. Michael was sent the footage by one of his readers who’d spotted it on a mainstream Islamic website.

We watched it in disbelief. The whole session is unashamed hate speech – and has since been the subject of numerous complaints under the appropriate laws.

So off the case went to The NSW Anti-Discrimination Board in NSW.

The Board initially agreed and referred to the case for prosecution to the DPP who asked the police to gather evidence with a view to charging the thug.

That was then.

Yesterday I became aware through police contacts that somehow this ‘up and down case’ had now been stamped too hard.

The Anti-Discrimination Board, NSW Police, and the DPP have now closed the matter and no-one will be charged – even though my contacts confirm he has clearly broken the law.

Which makes you wonder, when it comes to certain groups whether the people policing the law actually do a little reverse discrimination when it comes to who they’ll go after?

Here’s the test: If this website called for violence and random murder of any group or nationality, Michael and I would be run out of town.

If I had called for the death of certain people in my radio days, do you think it would be a non-issue?

It’s not a complicated issue – it’s quite simple.

The law says it’s a crime to incite violence on anyone – let alone a group.

It doesn’t matter who you are – but again with this mob … tolerate it.

Remember the placards in Hyde Park a few years ago, “behead those who insult the prophet”? Nothing happened then either.

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This latest incident is the dirty work of Islamic activist group Hizbut Tahrir.

These are the smooth talking radicals who want an Islamic revolution in Australia.

The organisation is outlawed all over the world but tolerated in our country even though it’s been a magnet for radicals like terrorist Man Monis – and openly pushes for the introduction of sharia law. Its membership is growing and its leadership dance the fine line between free speech and inciting an uprising.

This time Ismail al-Wahwah crossed that line only to be met with gutlessness from the authorities.

I suspect bureaucratic cowardice is at the centre of the decision not to throw the book at this bloke – disguised as always with a smokescreen of excuses.

Once again Australians are asked to tolerate the intolerant and in this climate, this is exactly the wrong message to send to exactly the wrong people.

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