Waleed Aly

Australian Michael Smith does some straight talking about border protection

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Australian Michael Smith gets to the heart of Australian border protection and addresses the key issues which have nothing to do with religion, race, gender or sexual orientation. His approach is practical and common sense. When you strip away all the background noise about religion, race, gender and sexual orientation and just look at cause and effect it is pretty obvious that what he is saying has the ring of truth.

Australia doesn’t execute people for not being like us. Islam does.

…We couldn’t give a rat’s about other people’s religion as long as they don’t want to hurt us.

And we don’t decide who’s in or kept out of our country on race, gender, sexual orientation or how they say their prayers.

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Some pertinent questions for Waleed Aly

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Kirralie Smith Challenges Waleed Aly

Kirralie Smith is the NSW senate candidate for the new conservative party, Australian Liberty Alliance. She has challenged Waleed Aly to answer her questions. They are questions that will cut to the heart of Waleed Aly’s ongoing deception and duplicity about Islam from his television talk show The Project, an Australian talk show and news-current affairs television program that has rotating daily guest panellists. In fact her questions are questions that should be asked of every single Muslim involved in politics at any level. If they answer these questions honestly it becomes impossible for everyone involved ( both the apologists and the devout Muslims ) to keep pretending that Islam is a religion of peace and one that can co-exist easily in a democratic society based on freedom and human rights.

Muslims who are not devout can co-exist with us but even they have to acknowledge that the ideology that they choose not to follow, is one that is hostile to our tolerant society on every level and one that embraces ideas and beliefs that our liberal and multi-ethnic society finds repugnant.

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Are we really all Charlie?

It’s a good questions and one Andrew Bolt asks, he surmises that sadly no, we aren’t all Charlie.

PROTESTERS around the West, horrified by the massacre in Paris, have held up pens and chanted “Je suis Charlie” — I am Charlie.

They lie. The Islamist terrorists are winning, and the coordinated attacks on the Charlie Hebdomagazine and kosher shop will be just one more success. One more step to our gutless surrender.

Al-Qaeda in Yemen didn’t attack Charlie Hebdo because we are all Charlie Hebdo.

The opposite. It sent in the brothers Cherif and Said Kouachi because Charlie Hebdo was almost alone.

Unlike most politicians, journalists, lawyers and other members of our ruling classes, this fearless magazine dared to mock Islam in the way the Left routinely mocks Christianity. Unlike much of our ruling class, it refused to sell out our freedom to speak.

Its greatest sin — to the Islamists — was to republish the infamous cartoons of Denmark’s Jyllands-Posten which mocked Mohammed, and then to publish even more of its own, including one showing the Muslim prophet naked.

Are we really all Charlie? No, no and shamefully no.

No Australian newspaper dared published those pictures, too, bar one which did so in error.

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