Friday, October 07, 2016

Islam = Nazism

'When the Jews are wiped out, then the world would be purified': Muslim scholar on tour in Australia.  But local Muslims afraid of backlash disown him

A Pakistani scholar has been sent home after he was revealed to have blamed the world's troubles on Jews and said the world will be purified when they are wiped out.

Muhammad Raza SaQib Mustafai, a sunni Muslim, had been in western Sydney over the long weekend for a speaking tour of Australian mosques.

But he was asked to leave the country by Blacktown's Ghausia Masjid when an anti-semitic video sermon from 2012 surfaced, Sydney Morning Herald reported.

He spoke at the mosque, as well as Al-Madinah Masjid in Liverpool, but further talks in Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide were cancelled when he was ordered to return to Pakistan.

Pakistan Association of Australia had alerted Ghausia Masjid of the video, entitled 'Jews are the enemies of Islam and the real peace', when Sydney Morning Herald informed the association of its existence on Wednesday.

Association president Abbas Khan told the paper he was shocked by the video.

'The whole Australian community has embraced Pakistanis with warm hearts and true spirits and we will not support or join anything that will deter them,' he said.

He added Mr Mustafai has given hundreds of peaceful sermons.

In his speech to about 50 worshippers in Blacktown on Monday, Mr Mustafai did not cover an controversial topics, a witness said.

He spoke about fitting Islamic rules into life in Western countries on Tuesday night.

Mr Mustafai has almost a million Facebook followers.

In the 2012 video, the Pakistani scholar said the guarantee of world peace would be 'the last Jew slain'.

'As long as there are Jews in this world, peace cannot be established in the whole world,' he said in the video, according to a pro-Israel media monitor website, Middle East Media Research Institute.

'All the troubles that exist around the world are because of the Jews. When the Jews are wiped out, then the world would be purified and the sun of peace would begin to rise on the entire world.'

Pakistani Australian leaders – including Pakistan's High Commissioner to Australia, Naela Chohan, and Greens NSW MP Mehreen Faruqi – have denounced the views in the video.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Mr Mustafai, Pakistan Association of Australia, Pakistan's High Commissioner to Australia, Mehreen Faruqi, and Ghausia Masjid and Al-Madinah Masjid mosques.


UK: It is NOT racist to tackle immigration, Amber Rudd insists after she is slammed for 'shocking' plans to make firms reveal how many foreigners they employ

Amber Rudd hit back at fierce criticism of her new immigration policies today, insisting it was not racist to talk about and control immigration.

The Home Secretary unveiled a raft of new policies to control the number of people coming to Britain in her speech to the Tory conference yesterday.

Among a series of controversial proposals was a plan to make firms reveal how many staff are foreign - intended to encourage businesses invest in home-grown talent.

The policy - which is subject to consultation - came under heavy fire from business groups and opposition politicians today.

But Ms Rudd was unrepentant in a BBC radio interview today. 

She said: 'The fact is we should be able to have a conversation about immigration, we should be able to have a conversation about what skills we want to have in the UK and where we need to go out of the UK in order to recruit them, in order to help businesses, in order to boost the economy.

'I don't think we should have a situation where we can't talk about immigration.'

She added: 'I put this in the context of it being very clearly about boosting the economy, looking after people who are here - and yes, I am aware of the language, and when I looked at my speech and thought about how to present it, I was very thoughtful about not falling into that trap.

'But we mustn't shy away from having this sort of conversation because we know if we do it just pops up later in a more difficult way.' 

The Home Secretary cited a factory she visited recently which employed almost exclusively staff brought in from Romania or Poland.

But pressed on the criticism from business about the plan to force companies to reveal foreign staff, the Home Secretary admitted: 'This is one of the things we're going to look at in the review – I mean, the business I mentioned to you would have shown that it had 80 to 90 per cent non-UK citizens working there.

'It's not something we're definitely going to do, it's one of the tools we're going to use as a review to see if we can use it as a way of nudging people to do better behaviour. 

Adam Marshall, acting director-general of the British Chambers of Commerce said: 'It would be a sad day if having a global workforce was seen as a badge of shame.

'It does not tell you anything about what the company is doing to train up their UK workforce or the effort and lengths they have made to recruit in the UK before turning overseas.'

He added: 'Now is not the time to tell businesses they have to jump through hoops to get the talent they need from around the world.'

James Sproule, chief economist at the Institute of Directors, told Radio Four's Today programme his organisation was 'not enthusiastic' about the plan, insisting firms should be free to employ who they like.

Lord Bilimoria, the chancellor of Birmingham University told BBC Radio 4 that Rudd's plans were 'absolutely shocking'.

Shadow home secretary Andy Burnham said: 'The tone of the Conservative conference has become increasingly xenophobic. Theresa May has presided over the return of the Nasty Party. Whether it's doctors, migrants or Europe, the Tories are blaming anyone but themselves for their failure.

'The idea of British companies producing lists of foreign workers runs counter to everything that this country has ever stood for. It would be divisive, discriminatory and risks creating real hostility in workplaces and communities.

'If the Government proceeds with legislation in this area, it will face the mother of all battles.

'This week, it has become increasingly clear what the Prime Minister means by 'hard Brexit' and many people will find it disturbing. While we must respond to concerns expressed in the Referendum, people did not vote for this and fighting 'hard Brexit' must be the new frontier in progressive British politics.'


Dumping 'The Few, The Proud'

Lt. Col. John Caldwell, a spokesman for the Marine Corps Recruiting Command, said that the Marine Corps is looking into the possibility of changing its 40-year-old recruiting slogan, “The Few, The Proud, The Marines.” He stated, “‘The Few, The Proud’ does a great job of distinguishing ourselves from the other branches and making us prestigious to recruits, but it doesn’t say anything about what we do or why we exist.” Caldwell said that the new slogan would be based on three concepts of “fighting self-doubt to become a Marine, fighting the nation’s battles and fighting for what’s right in our communities.”

As the old adage says, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” This trial balloon raises the question: What is the primary motivation for seeking a slogan change that has been highly successfully for decades? This is yet another instance of Barack Obama and NavSec Ray Mabus infusing their leftist social engineering onto military ranks. With recent examples of a plethora of “gender confusion” guidelines and this week, the Air Force’s new diversity-based demographic standards, perhaps the USMC’s new “progressive” social justice warrior slogan will be, “The Touchy, The Feely, The Marines.”


Hillary Is Commander in Chief in the True War on Women

In the waning minutes of the first presidential debate, Hillary Clinton attempted to ambush Donald Trump by trotting out a two decade-old incident involving Trump and former Miss Universe Alicia Machado. It worked, but it shouldn't have.

As the issue of the horrible Iranian nuclear deal was being discussed, Hillary made an awkward segue when she interrupted moderator Lester Holt so she could make a point about Trump's history with women. She ranted, "But this is a man who has called women pigs, slobs and dogs, and someone who has said pregnancy is an inconvenience to employers, who has said women don't deserve equal pay unless they do as good a job as men. ... And one of the worst things he said was about a woman in a beauty contest ... he called this woman 'Miss Piggy.' Then he called her 'Miss Housekeeping.'"

In the aftermath of the debate, this exchange became the focus for both Trump and the media, who used it as a bludgeon against Trump, accusing him of being sexist, misogynistic, boorish and a bully. However, the tables were quickly turned when the bizarre history of the pageant winner saw the light of day. Machado, it seems, has a violent, troubled past. She was accused of being the get-away driver for her boyfriend, who murdered his brother-in-law at the funeral of his deceased wife. Though there was not sufficient evidence to convict her, neither has she denied being involved.

When asked about it recently in an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper, she deflected the question by saying "I'm not a saint girl" and pointing out that the incident "happened 20 years ago" — not much of a denial. Machado, besides being an alleged accomplice in the murder, reportedly threatened to kill the Venezuelan judge who indicted her boyfriend. She was also identified as the mistress of a Mexican drug lord by a witness who was then placed in witness protection but later killed in Mexico City.

All that makes the fact that she posed nude for Playboy and had sex live on a Spanish-language reality show seem downright boring by comparison. Though Hillary claims Trump was mistreating Machado, it seems Trump was actually trying to save her job.

Trump's history with women is, to be sure, not good. On the one hand, he is an admitted (and proud) adulterer who has made countless rude, crass statements to and about a number of women, from leftist comedienne Rosie O'Donnell to Fox News star Megyn Kelly. On the other hand, he also has a long history of hiring women at his companies and elevating them to positions of power (unlike Clinton, who paid women working in her Senate office 28% less than she paid men).

What is missing in this sensational, salacious equation is any balance in reporting by the media, and any mea culpas by the Democrats.

How can progressives, Democrats, the media, and feminists feign outrage at Trump's treatment of women while supporting Hillary Clinton and other powerful Democrats, who have a far more damning history of abusing and mistreating women?

So, we ask of those who condemn Trump while defending Hillary...

Where is your outrage at Hillary, who has spent more than three decades defending and enabling the serial rapes and sexual assaults of her husband Bill? Where is the outrage over the fact that Hillary personally engaged in the cover-up or character assassination of the victims following the rapes or sexual assaults of Juanita Broaddrick, Dolly Kyle, Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey, Eileen Wellstone, Carolyn Moffet, Sandra Allen James and Christy Zercher?

Where is your outrage over Bill's adulterous affairs with Gennifer Flowers, Elizabeth Ward Gracen, and other women?

Where is your outrage at Hillary who, chillingly, is on tape laughing about how she convincingly portrayed a 12-year-old girl as a pre-teen slut obsessed with older men, all so that she could keep a child rapist out of jail?

Where is your outrage at Bill Clinton, who on multiple occasions ditched his Secret Service detail so he could join his convicted pedophile billionaire buddy Jeffrey Epstein on the "Lolita Express," his private jet that took him to countries that allowed him to have sex with underage girls? Did Bill join in on these rapes of little girls? Are you even curious?

Where is your outrage at Hillary for accepting huge chunks of money from Saudi Arabia and other nations where women are abused and mistreated, and where they can be beaten for being in public without a male relative, or be stoned to death for the "crime" of being raped, or committing adultery.

One thing is for sure. Hillary does have experience as commander in chief in the true war on women. She has led the assault on victims while defending her flank against those who would expose her for her hateful, callous treatment of women who have suffered enough.



Political correctness is most pervasive in universities and colleges but I rarely report the  incidents concerned here as I have a separate blog for educational matters.

American "liberals" often deny being Leftists and say that they are very different from the Communist rulers of  other countries.  The only real difference, however, is how much power they have.  In America, their power is limited by democracy.  To see what they WOULD be like with more power, look at where they ARE already  very powerful: in America's educational system -- particularly in the universities and colleges.  They show there the same respect for free-speech and political diversity that Stalin did:  None.  So look to the colleges to see  what the whole country would be like if "liberals" had their way.  It would be a dictatorship.

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