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Australian students at risk of radicalisation at 20 Sydney schools

Immigration to Australia started with the Aborigines who were then followed by the British. From 1901 onwards Australia controlled immigration with the Immigration Restriction Act which was known colloquially as the White Australia Policy. British migrants until after World War two were the preferred choice of migrant for Australia.  During the Second World War, Prime Minister John Curtin said, “This country shall remain forever the home of the descendants of those people who came here in peace in order to establish in the South Seas an outpost of the British race.”

Since 1945, more than 7 million people have settled in Australia. From the late 1970s, there was a significant increase in immigration from Asian and other non-European countries…

In the decades since, Australia has maintained largescale multi-ethnic immigration. Australia’s current Migration Program allows people from any country to apply to migrate to Australia, regardless of their nationality, ethnicity, culture, religion, or language, provided that they meet the criteria set out in law.

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Out of the many different immigrant groups to move to Australia only one type of immigrant and their descendants has been linked to radicalisation in Australian schools. While Australia was right to remove the discrimination based on nationality and ethnicity they made a serious error of judgement making it illegal to discriminate on the basis of religion and culture since Islam is 80% a political ideology and Muslim cultural values are at odds with Western values of equal rights for women and homosexuals and a democratic system of government. Islam is also the only “religion” that is linked to radicalisation in Western countries which is an inconvenient truth for many.We simply do not see people radicalised by any other religion or culture in this way.

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Labor’s refugee policy may lead to Police strike in Sydney

The arrival of 5700 refugees from war-torn Syria and Iraq has police resources stretched to the limit — as they beg for more officers. Picture: Carmela Roche

The Police union in Fairfield, are deciding whether or not to go on strike because of the significant increase in crime in their part of Sydney. They are considering industrial action in the hope that it will force the government to hire more officers. One of the main reasons that they are struggling to cope is because of the significant increase in the number of refugees being placed in their area. They have been given 5700 refugees in Fairfield, double the amount being placed elsewhere. Unions support the Labor party yet, in this case, it is the Labor Party that is responsible for the problem that the Police now face.

POLICE in Sydney’s most deadly suburbs are threatening to go slow on crime because there is too much of it.

Officers at Fairfield will this week decide whether to use a limited form of strike action unless they get at least 10 new officers and another multicultural liaison officer.

Fairfield is the most disadvantaged area in Sydney and has a murder rate almost ­double the state average. It had 17 shootings in the past year, including three murders.

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Australia has a serious problem with child brides

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I am seeing it all over facebook. Article after article and video after video. Australia has a serious problem with child brides. They are not even part of Europe yet this is already a serious problem for them. Forget the danger of Islamic terrorism. Islam is bringing pedophilia to Australia’s shores. New Zealand will be next and in fact, we would be naive indeed to think it isn’t already happening.

We need to work with lefties to expose this and to protect these poor girls. No true feminist should turn a blind eye to this evil.

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Out of the mouths of economists…

Cop a load of this:

It wasn’t long ago New Zealand was seen as undesirable by our trans-Tasman friends, but now Australians are turning up in droves.

Figures from Statistics NZ show there are now 25,700 Australians settling in New Zealand every year, a number which has jumped by 1800 between May 2015 and May 2016.

However it is not only born-and-bred Australians making the move – 16,794 of the 25,700 are returning Kiwis.

Not only that, the trend of New Zealanders moving to Australia has also slowed.

“Migrant departures to Australia fell by 1400 between the two May years, as fewer New Zealand citizens chose to migrate to Australia. This led to a net gain of 1700 migrants from Australia in the May 2016 year. May was the eighth consecutive month to show an annual net gain,” says a Statistics NZ report.

In general, migrant arrivals are at a record level with 124,000 arriving in the year to May 2016.

This is an increase of 8 percent on the previous year with New Zealand citizens returning to New Zealand accounting for one quarter (30,700) of all migrant arrivals.

You might be forgiven for thinking this is about immigration. It is not. Soldier on, and I’ll meet you at the end.  Read more »

The “culture” that doesn’t respect western “infidel” teachers

In Europe teachers are now forced to deal with ongoing violence and death threats thanks to their schools filling with teenage boys from a culture that has no respect for infidel men and even less for infidel women.

While I am capable of standing up to abuse and violence in the classroom (I disarmed a teenage boy waving a knife in my face three years ago) I am not prepared to be in a school that will throw me to the wolves. In today’s PC environment it is very likely that any school I would work for would hush up any incident and would force me to resign if I went to the media or demanded that the student be criminally prosecuted, if the student was Muslim. The most likely reality for me would be that I would be blamed for the attack, no matter how severe or unprovoked, and my posts here on Whaleoil would be used as evidence of my “Islamophobia”.

It is happening now in Australia and the teachers who are suffering this abuse have been muzzled by their employers who will not allow them to speak to the media. Mind you, I doubt the media will be any help as they go out of their way to ignore the culture/religion of the assailant in the video.

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A story from behind the Media Blackout in Australia

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I recently wrote about the Media blackout in Europe and shared a story from a local in Germany telling us what is happening in their towns and villages now that they are outnumbered by migrants.

Today I am bringing to your attention another story that has been ignored by both local and international media. Reclaim Australia and their permitted patriotic rallies have been heavily covered by media and most of the coverage has been negative trying to smear the Mum and Dad protestors who have never before been involved in Political activism as far right extremists and racists.

In stark contrast a non permitted rally being held by Muslims in Hyde Park in Sydney that required hundreds of police has had no Media coverage at all. They were calling for the implementation of Sharia law in Australia which is an extremely newsworthy story. Sharia law after all means no equality, brutal barbaric punishments, no freedom of speech or religion and no democracy.

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Another “lone wolf attack” in Australia…but it isn’t Islam…oh no…not Islam at all

There has been another “lone wolf” attack in Australia, this time against Police:

NSW Police have confirmed that a 15-year-old boy was the lone gunman who shot dead a police employee outside the state’s headquarters in Sydney’s west.

The teenager shouted religious slogans before firing one shot in the back of the head of a police finance worker as the employee was heading home on Friday afternoon.

The police employee has been named as Curtis Cheng, a 17-year veteran of the police force. Police say the shooter is of Iraqi-Kurdish background and was born in Iran.

“We believe that his actions were politically motivated and therefore linked to terrorism,” NSW police Commissioner, Andrew Scipione told reporters in Sydney.
Mr Scipione said police had no information to suggest the gunman posed “this type of threat”.    Read more »

Sydney friendlier than Auckland?

A newspaper reports that apparently Sydney is more friendly than Auckland.

Queenstown and Auckland have made the list of the top 10 friendliest cities for 2015.

The southern city ranked number three and Auckland number nine in the annual Condé Nast Traveler magazine Reader Choice Awards survey.

“For the third year running, we’ve asked our readers to rate a city’s “friendliness” in the Readers’ Choice Awards survey, especially with respect to where you felt welcome, or not,” the magazine’s editors wrote.

“or the third year running, we’ve asked our readers to rate a city’s “friendliness” in the Readers’ Choice Awards survey. We found out which cities greet visitors with open arms… which international cities were warm – or had a chill in the air.”

Queenstown came in behind Sydney and Dublin, with readers raving about abundant adventure activities, bars and glaciers.

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The real reason why house prices are rising rapidly

Labour would have you believe that rising house prices is the fault of people with chinky sounding names.

They also say we need a capital gains tax and possibly a stamp duty and restrictions on those yellow investors to halt the rise of house prices.

Even John Key is reacting by suggesting that perhaps a non-resident withholding tax could be deployed.

But the problem won’t be solved with any of those “solutions”.

The ANZ Bank has some new research which gives some insight into the real causes of rising house prices…and it will frighten most politicians.

In a paper on housing affordability released on Friday, ANZ Research said it was low interest rates and cheap mortgages that were contributing to the rapid growth in house prices, particularly in Sydney, rather than tax policies like capital gains tax concessions or negative gearing.    Read more »

Same problems as here but…

A newspaper has an article about the problems facing potential house buyers in Australia:

Singles on an average income have no hope of quickly saving a deposit to buy their first home, particularly in Sydney.

Getting a deposit together quickly is probably unrealistic even for couples where both partners earn the average wage, unless their parents can help out with the deposit or act as a guarantor on the home loan, said Canstar finance editor Justine Davies.

“The percentage of salary that would need to be set aside to get into the housing market quickly is very unrealistic for most people.

“You might be able to do the hard yards for a couple of years and get a five to 10 per cent deposit but to try and to do that to achieve a 20 per cent deposit I think for most people is going to be unrealistic,” she said.

A Sydney couple on average wages would have to set aside 41 per cent of their net income to get a 5 per cent deposit together in a year, research from Canstar shows.   Read more »