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Australia: Federal Immigration Minister Peter Dutton Publicly States That Letting in Lots of Lebanese Muslims in the 1970s Was a Mistake; Cue Outrage From the Usual Suspects
As reported by the ABC's Stephanie Anderson just yesterday (21 November).
"Peter Dutton Suggests Fraser Government Made Mistake by Resettling Lebanese Refugees".
Dear ABC: he did not say "Lebanese refugees". He clearly indicated that he was referring specifically to Lebanese Muslim "refugees", and to them alone. But, given recent experience, he could have drawn attention to the various kinds of unpleasantness that also seem to be happening rather a lot in connection with Muslims - whether immigrants or 'refugees' - of backgrounds other than Lebanese. - CM
"Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has suggested that the Fraser government made a mistake by resettling Lebanese refugees.
No. Not "by resettling Lebanese refugees", BUT "by resettling Lebanese Muslims who claimed to be refugees". - CM
'Mr Dutton last week stated that former prime minister Malcolm Fraser "did make mistakes in bringing some people in" as part of his immigration policies in the 1970s.
'When pressed on those comments during Question Time on Monday, Mr Dutton singled out people of Lebanese-Muslim background.
And in so doing he is stating nothing but demonstrable fact. For more - much more - detail, written from the point of view fo an experienced law enforcement officer who saw it all as it happened, on just how much trouble and expense those Muslims from Lebanon started causing (and have continued to cause) for their Australian infidel hosts, from the moment they first stepped foot in this country, one may consult retired policeman Tim Priest's classic article, "The Rise of Middle Eastern Crime in Australia", which should in fact have been called "The Rise of Muslim Organised Crime in Australia". We have had to create the Middle Eastern Organised Crime Squad specifically to deal with the phenomenon; and the vast, vast majority of MOMAs "Men of Middle Eastern Or Mediterranean Appearance" who get arrested by this squad, and brought to trial, are Muslim, rather than Christian or Jewish.
Then, too, one might read journalist Paul Sheehan's book "Girls Like You", which recounts the experiences of infidel Australian girls who, within the first decade of the current century, were targeted for vicious gang rapes, by gangs of Lebanese Muslim men (though there were also similar gang rapes of infidel Aussie girlst that were perpetrated by a group of Pakistani Muslim 'immigrants'). Or his 2006 article "Ideals Become Casualties of War":
In that article he recounts the experience of a (ethnically Arab) Christian bottle-shop owner in an area claimed by Muslims, who was being harassed continually by those Muslims, in order to drive him out - "He's a Christian, who has been told repeatedly, 'This is a Muslim area", and he is selling alcohol, which is proscribed by Islam". Sheehan also recounts the experience of a female friend, who used to live in Lakemba - "She began receiving insults from people in the street, usually Muslim women wearing head-scarves, and sometimes Muslim men. If she wore a short skirt, she could expect abuse or comment. She left Lakemba...". And he also recounts the testimony of a lady "who managed an agency helping war widows". This woman "encountered "dozens" of cases where people were harassed by Muslim neighbours who wanted them gone. "It was common", she told me. "A lot of these ladies couldn't take it, and moved out. It happened in Campsie, Belmore, Lakemba, Bankstown, Punchbowl... (All, today, the most heavily Islamised areas of Sydney, and of Australia - CM). "It was everything.... throwing rubbish over the fence, screaming abuse, blocking the driveway, knocking fences down. One guy would throw coffee grains on the windows and bottles on the roof late at night.... I confronted some of them, and the men would call me a lot of names, mostly in Arabic." Thus Paul Sheehan, describing what might most accurately be called Suburban Jihad; the relentless Muslim drive to dominate and domineer over the Infidels. That is what those who admitted a flood of Muslims, mostly from Lebanon, into Sydney and elsewhere, from the 1970s onward, inflicted on - for example - the elderly widows of Australian soldiers. Letting those Muslims into Australia was a mistake all right, a mistake of epic, indeed, disastrous proportions, a mistake that requires to be remedied as swiftly and intelligently and resolutely as possible. And the first step toward such a correction would be to recognise the deadly stupidity of importing Muslims into one's country, and to stop doing it, now. - CM
"The advice I have is that out of the last 33 people who have been charged with terrorist-related offences in this country, 22 of those people are from second and third-generation Lebanese-Muslim background", he said.
Those who are having conniptions about his having dared to say this, must attempt to show that it is not the case. If it is in fact the case - and I find it very easy to believe that it is - then what? A fact is a fact is a fact. Got Muslims? Got Jihad. Of course, it would be interesting to discover the ideological/cultural matrix of the other 11 people charged. One may safely assume they are all Muslims; but were they, too, claimed "refugees" or the offspring of claimed "refugees"? A few might be converts to Islam; but if there were few or no Muslims present in Australia the likelihood that certain types of susceptible Infidel might be exposed to the siren song of the Religion of Blood and War, would be correspondingly much smaller. - CM
'The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) states that arrivals of people born in Lebanon peaked at 4,906 in 1977, with a smaller peak of 2,600 in 1987. It further stated that since 1992 arrivals have been relatively stable, fluctuating between 883 and 1,368 persons annually. As of 2006, the number of Australians of Lebanese background totalled 181,738 - including the 16,201 people whose parents were born in Australia.
Dear ABC: you are fudging. What we need is not the figures for "people born in Lebanon" but the figures for "Lebanese Muslims". Among the number of 'people born in Lebanon' there would be Christians and possibly Druze as well as Muslims. Similarly, the 'number of Australians of Lebanese background' is not the same thing as the 'number of Lebanese-background Muslims living in Australia". Those 22 people arrested and charged are not a percentage of a 'total number of Lebanese in Australia'; they represent a percentage of the total number of ethnically-Lebanese Muslims resident in Australia. - CM
According to figures from the ABS, more than 10.6 million Australians had at least one grandparent born overseas as of 2011.
The total number of Aussies - most of them infidels of various stripes, largely Christian, but also Buddhist, Hindu, atheist - with overseas-born parents or grandparents is utterly irrelevant. What matters is the number of Muslims, mostly recent immigrants or offspring of recent immigrants, out of whose midst are emerging - in ever-increasing numbers - not only criminals of various descriptions (gang rapists, rapists, robbers and fraudsters, car 'rebirthers', home invaders, and drug pushers and manufacturers, and extortionists) but persons full of pious conviction who set out to "slay and be slain" jihad fi sabil allah. Got Muslims? Got Jihad. It appears that Mr Dutton is beginning to perceive this unpleasant fact.
But, of course, he has been greeted by a storm of outrage, from the Muslims (whose Hijra, immigration-invasion, into Australia has been going swimmingly up until now, and who don't want anything getting in its way), and from many foolish or corrupted Infidel Defenders of Islam.- CM
"Labor MP calls comments "extraordinary".
'mr Dutton's comments were the result of a fiery exchange with Opposition Leader Bill Shorten, who repeatedly pressed him on which group he had been referring to.
'In a statement, Mr Shorten called on Mr Dutton to apologise for the "disgraceful comments he made about migrants in Australia".
But the immigration Minister was not talking about 'migrants' in general. He was talking about Lebanese Muslim migrants. Not even about 'Lebanese', but about Muslims - and only Muslims - from Lebanon. Big difference. He said nothing whatsoever about - and his remarks cannot possibly be taken to imply anything at all about - the many hard-working law-abiding Copts, Lebanese Christians, Iraqi Christians, Iraqi Mandaeans, and Hindus and Sikhs and Buddhists, besides earlier intakes of fervently-Catholic Christian Italians and Poles and fervently-Orthodox Christian Greeks, and Jewish survivors of the Shoah, and, earlier still, Armenian Christian survivors of jihad genocide. - CM
"Enough is enough", Mr Shorten said. "Our hardworking migrant communities shouldn't have to tolerate this kind of ignorant stupidity, and he needs to immediately apologise".
But how "hard-working" are the Lebanese Muslims, in Australia (or any other variety of Muslim colonist)? This is not about 'migrants' in general. This is about migrants who are Muslims. One wonders what Mr Shorten will do if Mr Dutton goes away and gets his staff to investigate and then come back with accurate figures concerning the number of Lebanese Muslims in Australia who are and have been unemployed, as well as the numbers who are currently doing time for involvement in activities such as the drug trade and other varieties of organised crime. Let's have those numbers as a percentage of the estimated number of Lebanese Muslims in Australia, and compare them with the percentages - involved in violent sedition, involved in organised crime, or else long-term unemployed - for the non-Muslim population (or subsets thereof). - CM
"it's time for Malcom Turnbull to show some leadership and pull his Immigration Minister into line."
Blasphemy! Blasphemy! Mr Dutton dared to criticise Muslims! Punish him! Blasphemy! - CM
'Labor MP Tim Watts has criticised the comments on social media, tweeting that the people Mr Dutton was referencing were Australians.
They are not. They reside in Australia, and possess Australian citizenship, which is viewed by them as a temporary and tactical convenience; for an infidel polity, with its infidel laws and customs, is there merely to be exploited and, in the long run, destroyed, absorbed into the dar al Islam. They are members of the Ummah, or mohammedan mob, a transnational supremacist movement, originating in Arabia, which seeks nothing less than total world domination. - CM
'Mr Watts later posted on Facebook that Mr Dutton's comments were "extraordinary".
They are extraordinary because they begin to hint that some, at least, in our government, are beginning to see an unpleasant truth that our own Hugh Fitzgerald, here at New English Review and elsewhere, has pointed out, on numerous occasions. Here is one such lapidary statement by Mr Fitzgerald: "The large-scale presence of Muslims in the Lands of the Infidels has brought about a situation, for those indigenous Infidels (and also for other non-indigenous arrivals, non-Muslim immigrants) that is unpleasant, expensive (the costs of monitoring, the costs of security, spiralling ever upward) and physically dangerous."
And Mr Fitzgerald, again, at greater length, on the same subject, Musilm immigration and its unpleasant effects on its infidels hosts, four years ago - "Anyone At All?"
"Is there anyone now in Great Britain, among the indigenous population, who would not, if it could turn the clock backward, have moved heaven and earth to prevent, starting several decades ago, the entry of the Pakistanis and other Muslims too...
"And everyone knows about the expense of the other population, of the non-rich Muslims - Pakistanis and others, who make life so difficult, who cost the National Health.. so much...
"Add to that the skyrocketing cost of security measures, and the general worry of what Muslims will toelrate being taught in the state schools, and all the other ways that the large-scale presence of Muslims makes life unpleasant, expensive, and physically dangerous...".
"The Minister for Immigration seems to think that criminal behaviour by 'second and third generation migrants' (AKA 'Australians' AKA the grandchildren of migrants) is attributable to immigration policy", he said.
Mate: got Muslims? Got Jihad. If we hadn't let in a whole lot of Muslims we wouldn't have to have a "Middle Eastern Organised Crime Squad". A whole lot of underaged girls would not have been subjected to vicious gang rapes. Curtis Cheng would still be alive, and so would Katrina Dawson and Tori Johnson, and - if our ban extended, relentlessly, to anyone identifiable as Muslim, even if holding a 'western-country' passport - two hapless British backpackers who were, just this year, horribly murdered by a French-passport-holding Muslim 'tourist'. The trouble is with the ideology; if we hadn't let in those who bear and carry and perpetuate the ideology (because their children cannot leave it, on pain of death or at lest, severe mistreatment of various kinds), then we wouldn't have to worry about them Going Jihad. - CM
'In February the ABC reported on a Cabinet document which singled out the Lebanese community as the "most prominent ethnic group amongst Australian Sunni extremists".
That is: of those Sunni Muslims, present in Australia, who take Islam most to heart, and therefore set out to wage Jihad whether here or abroad, the majority are of Lebanese ethnicity. - CM
'The document points to "lessons learned" after a wave of migration (that is, "a wave of mostly-Muslim migration" - CM) to Australia as a result of the Lebanese civil war between 1975 and 1990.
Yes. And the lesson should be this: NO MORE Muslims. Not from anywhere. And in particular: if we take in refugees from Syria and/ or Iraq, we must take in only those that are firmly identified and vouched for (by bodies such as Barnabas Fund, with decades of experience amongst the relevant non-Muslim minority communities) as non-Muslim, whether Christian, or Yazidi. But not Muslims, no matter what sob stories they spin to us. - CM
"Austraia's historical experience with the Sunni Lebanese community illustrates potential community safety and national security risks associated with unsuccessful integration", it said.
Muslims have no intention of integrating. They do not come with intent to integrate; rather, their cult programs them to seek to dominate. That sentence should have concluded thus - "illustrates the community safety and national security risks associated with Muslim immigration."
I would encourage each and every one of our Australian readers who agree that admitting large numbers of Lebanese Muslims - or for that matter, any kind of Muslims - into Australia, was indeed a mistake - and how! - to write post haste to the Immigration Minister, Mr Dutton, to tell him that, so that he may know that many, many ordinary Australians are in support of what he has just said. He is under enormous pressure to 'apologse,' to recant, indeed, to grovel at the feet of the lordly Muslims, they who must never be criticised nor questioned nor opposed. He must be urged and encouraged to do none of those things, but rather to stick to a calm and sober restatement of plain, observable fact: Got Muslims? Got Jihad. - CM