As per Rebecca Perring, for "The Express".
"It's Not Merely a Religion". Secret Party Vowing to "reduce Islam" Soars in Popularity.'
"A secretive (no: 'a sensibly security-conscious' - CM) organisation has promised to "reduce Islam" and encourage a "more human rights version" of the religion, in the wake of terror attacks.
'The mysterious (sic: not 'mysterious' at all, they have a website on which all their principles, aims and preferred method of proceeding are clearly stated for the benefit of anyone who cares to deploy google and then spend a bit of time reading - CM) is now gaining ground and support for the "Islam-critical Movement" across Australia and has decided to embrace the limelight.
Here's the official website, which has been out there in cyberspace for some time, open to anyone who cared to take a squiz.
'It is a far cry from the days when the group insisted that members sign a non-disclosure agreement if they wanted to attend one of its meetings.
This was an elementary security measure for a group that was started on a shoestring budget and did not want to unnecessarily expose itself to the attentions of the kinds of persons who, for example, murdered Dutch film-maker Theo Van Gogh in 2004 and, some years later, massacred French cartoonists at the headquarters of "Charlie Hebdo". - CM
'But now the anti-Islam party is publicly promoting a $150-a-head (89 pounds) fundraising dinner in Sydney and Melbourne, which will feature speeches from well-known local councillors.
'Councillors'? No: Federal Parliamentarians. The dinner will be attended by George Christensen, MP, who represents a regional Australian electorate in the House of Representatives in the Parliament of Australia; and by Senator Cory Bernardi, who represents South Australia in the Senate of the same Parliament. Another guest is the formidably erudite scholar and author, Rev Dr Mark Durie, best known for his two books "Which God?" and "The Third Choice: Islam, Dhimmitude and Freedom". Just the chance to hear and to meet with Dr Durie is more than worth the price of admission. - CM
'Leaders say the secretive (sic: security-conscious - CM) group is gathering momentum across the pond in the wake of multiple Islamist terror attacks.
'Deputy president Ralf Schumann said now is the big moment to "reduce Islam" and encourage a "more human rights friendly" version of the religion.
I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for that...- CM
'He said: "More people are aware, they see the problems in their backyard, their community. The public has picked up on it more with every bombing, stabbing, forced marriage and child bride.
Yes, it is starting to get a bit hard to ignore. - CM
"If you look back ten years, you won't read about these issues.
"Everything was fantastic, everyone wanted a falafel or a kebab.
"With Islam, the problem grows exponentially. We're probably ten years behind Britain and Europe, but we're catching up fast.
"The main thing is to reduce the numbers, not let it grow any further; and take the status out of it in our so-called multicultural society".
In other words: end Muslim immigration (and about time, too!); and stop the endless Islamopuffery in our media, the continual representation of Islam and Muslims as something 'cool' and exotic and oh-so-fashionable, which is coupled with eager publication of Muslim pantomimes of victimhood, and a concomitant refusal to report accurately - or at all - on all those instances where Muslims are the bullying majority and infidels are the victimised and vulnerable minority. - CM
'Australia's newest political party's manifesto states that "Islam is not merely a religion, it is a totalitarian ideology with global aspirations".
This, of course, is moderately obvious to anyone who has read the Quran and / or the Sira and Hadiths. One may also consult ex-Muslim Patrick Sookhdeo's books "Global Jihad" and "Faith, Power and Territory", or ex-Muslim Sam Solomon's book "Al-Hijra: The Islamic Doctrine of Immigration". Or certain chapters in John Roy Carlson's "Cairo to Damascus" (1951) in which he describes his meeting with and interview of Hassan al-Banna, a head honcho of the Ikhwan or Muslim Brotherhood, and includes a chapter entitled "World of the Koran: Islam, Islam Uber Alles". - CM
'The party is affiliated with the Australian Liberty Alliance, and global organisation 'Stop the Islamisation of Nations" (SION), which brought right-wing (sic: let's just drop the 'right-wing', shall we? - say rather, 'patriot' or 'Islamo-critical' - CM) Dutch politician Geert Wilders to speak in Australia.
'Q Society has 1000 registered members across Australia who donate sums of anything from $5 (3 pounds) to $5,000 (3,000 pounds).
'But the organisation's popularity hasn't gone without receiving harsh criticism.
The Muslims have noticed that not all kuffar in Australia are behaving like well-groomed and submissive Dhimmis, and they don't like it, not at all. - CM
'Keysar Trad, from the Islamic Friendship Association of Australia, said Q Society spreads "disturbing baseless Islamophobia" (sic - but really? baseless?? - after all the mass-murderous mohammedan plots to kill lots of Aussie infidels, that have luckily been foiled by our police and ASIO in the past three to four years, besides - on Aussie soil - the achieved Muslim murders of a police accountant and of two hapless British backpackers and the attempted murders of two cops, and of an inoffensive Aussie who was walking his dog in a park in Minto, Sydney, besides the achieved Muslim mass murders in, just for starters, a Berlin Christmas market and on the foreshore at Nice on Bastille Day, what's 'phobic' about taking a leery view of Islam and its allahu-akbaring adherents? - CM)
but said some subscribed to their message because of a lack of good information about Islam.
ROFLMAO. The more one finds out about Islam - from reading its foundation texts and from reading non-whitewashed accounts (including the many gleeful and proudly-boastful accounts written by Muslims themselves) of its 1400-year mass-murderous and civilisation-destroying progress across three (now five) continents, the less one likes it. As for Mr Keysar Trad, no journalist worth their salt should give him even one second of airtime. It was a supreme court judge who, on evidence presented, concluded that the egregious and slimy Mr Trad was a "disgraceful individual" who, among other nasty things, was a rabid antisemtite. - CM
'However, Mr Schumann argues, "Islamophobia" is a bogus concept.
Precisely. - CM
'He told news.com.au, "It's basic slander, the usual stuff to shut people up. Call them a Nazi, a bigot. I don't think it's racist. It's concern about one particular ideology.
Yes. The screeching accusations of 'Islamophobia' are meant to shame people into de facto conformity with the blasphemy 'law' of Islam, the rule that no-one is permitted to question or criticise the cult or any aspect thereof or anything that its adherents (in obeying the diktats of the cult) do to one another or to non-adherents. - CM
"You probably don't remember how it used to be when you boarded an aircraft, it was like getting on a train or a tram. The change is certainly not because of crazy Hindus or Jews. Terror works."
And thus far, the Express. One hopes that the Q Society website will be getting lots of 'hits' now, from curious Aussie - and non-Aussie - infidels. And perhaps lots of new members and donors. And one also hopes that the fundraiser (and awareness-raising) dinner will be a roaring success. Certainly, having myself heard Dr Durie speak on several different occasions (and topics) and having read all his books, I would recommend that any person who is within travelling distance, and can afford to attend this dinner, should do so, just to hear Dr Durie. - CM