Australia’s Jennifer Oriel may have the look of a make-up model, but her thoughts and opinions could easily be taken of those of Ann Coulter. Continue reading Aussie political scientist: Sharia will send the West back to the Dark Ages
Who in the world could have ever fathomed that Barack Obama could find even more Muslims to import to the United States from of all places… the South Pacific island nation of Papua New Guinea? Continue reading Obama quietly agrees to an additional 1,300 Muslim refugees
Sadly for every red-blooded American male from sea to shining sea, Anna Kooiman is leaving Fox News. But grab a second crying towel, guys. She’s also leaving the good ol’ US of A. But America’s loss is Australia’s gain. Continue reading Anna Kooiman resigns from Fox News, leaves United States
A mere 21-years-old, Mia Ayliffe-Chung, from Derbyshire, England was just slaughtered in a backpacker’s hostel in the rural village of Home Hill, Queensland, Australia. The killer made a point of screaming the jihadi war cry of “Allahu Akbar” while to he stabbed pretty tourist to death. Continue reading Australia: ‘Allahu Akbar’ killing spree, cops refuse to call it terrorism (Video)
Americans have a natural affinity towards Australians. After all, not only have Yanks and Ozzies fought shoulder-to-shoulder in seven different conflicts, but many on both sides of the Pacific would agree that both nationalities share the trait that Ronald Reagan referred to as “rugged individualism,” also defined as “I don’t need the government to protect me from me.” Continue reading Australian Senate Candidate: Muslims ‘incompatible with Australian values’
As more American liberals point to the example of Australia’s recent crack down on personal ownership of firearms, law enforcement Down Under may have inadvertently illustrated just how quickly common sense can be abandoned when replaced by political correctness. Case in point: The Queensland Police Service recently confiscated a T-shirt cannon in the name of gun control. Continue reading Gun Control in Action: Aussie Cops Confiscate T-Shirt Launcher
With the Australian nation still rocked by last week’s Islamic jihadist murder of a law enforcement office worker in broad daylight, a Federal Senate candidate is leaving little to the imagination where she stands on allowing more Muslim refugees into her nation. As reported by the News Corp Australia news network on Oct. 8, 2015, and also by the Agence France-Presse via Yahoo!7 News (of Sydney, Australia) on Oct. 6, 2015, candidate Pauline Hanson has come right out and said it: No more Muslims.
Australia and Great Britain share Queen Elizabeth II as their Sovereign, and at least technically, she still holds the title as the Queen of Australia. Both nations also share a bit of a problem with militant Islamic jihadists wanting to kill their respective citizens who may stand in their way of their stated desire of establishing a sharia-compliant global caliphate. Case in point would be in two separate news reports from opposite ends of the globe.
Possibly not using the same style of converting unbelievers that Saint Francis Xavier used, fanatical Islamic jihadists in Australia have reportedly threatened a parliamentarian with decapitation unless she converts to Islam, and then champion’s instituting Shari’a law Down Under. As reported by Radio New Zealand and also Sky News of Australia, both on March 1, 2015, Senator Jacqui Lambie, and Independent from the island state of Tasmania, has responded to threats communicated to her by letting the self described “mujahiddin” understand in no uncertain terms that she has no intention of backing down or to be cowed by their threats. As the legislator stated to the press, “I will continue to speak out about the threat that supporters of Islamic State and Sharia law pose to the Australian democratic culture and people.”
The fraternal bond between law enforcement officials has long been known for its legendary strength in the face of adversary and grief. Yet the show of solidarity recently displayed in New York City has crossed not only international borders, but reached beyond the seas. As reported by the Washington, DC-based the Raw Story news portal on Dec. 28, 2014, former NYC mayor Rudy Giuliani took to the airwaves to cite that officers attending the funeral for an assassinated brother weren’t just from The Big Apple.
Islamic jihad isn’t something the Australian nation or her people are unfamiliar with. Between the 2002 and 2005 Bali Bombings which killed almost 100 Aussies, as well as the recent breaking up of a Jihadist plot to kidnap citizens off the streets specifically to decapitate them, the figurative and literal banner of jihad has again made itself known Down Under. But as reported by CNN on Dec. 15, 2014, as well as the Associated Press via WLS-TV Chicago on Dec 14, 2014, authorities in Sydney are loath to call a self-admitted Islamist a terrorist.