Lesson from Australia: Stand up to Muslims and they back down

by 1389 on September 23, 2012

in 1389 (blog admin), Australia, Blogmocracy (colleagues), Islamic infiltration, mob violence

Lost, who lives in Australia, posted this comment on 2.0: The Blogmocracy:

Map of AustraliaI don’t know how much of this was reported in the states but last Saturday, Moslems protested in Sydney against the film. Their protest turned violent with several police officers hurt and taken to hospital. A young Jordanian mother snapped photos of her 4 year old son as he waved a sign reading “behead all those who insult the prophet”. The Australian reaction was swift and harsh. The department of human services was sent to investigate the mother (who claimed that although she is university educated and been in Australia for 2 years, she did not know what behead meant) and charges have been laid against those who were violent. In the meantime, a protest was scheduled in Melbourne for today. Police and politicians warned that there would be no tolerance for violence although local Islamic leaders condemned the violence of last week. As the week progressed, a counter protest was planned. On Thursday, the organizers of the Pro-Islamic rally, canceled the event and Islamic leaders urged their people not to show up. How did it all turn out?

Like this.  [See below.]

Although the organizers blamed the police, media and politicians for inciting the community and taking away their right to protest, I believe that they have grossly overestimated the people’s tolerance towards their Islamic rage. When faced with opposition, they slunk off.

Perhaps others should learn from this example.

In my opinion, it’s a matter of time before Australia develops its own EDL.

Muslim protests fizzle on the steps of the State Library in central Melbourne

Melbourne: Anti-Islamic protesters attend what was to be a pro-Islamic rally
Anti-Islamic protesters attend what was to be a a pro-Islamic rally.
Picture: Jake Nowakowski Source: Herald Sun

A SERIES of planned protests around Melbourne against the anti-Islamic film Innocence of Muslims fizzled today, with police reporting low numbers and no serious incidents.

Right-wing protesters met at the State Library and briefly argued with one Muslim man, but were outnumbered by police.

A planned protest was cancelled earlier this week after organisers spoke with police.

Two people were given banning notices, preventing them from being in the CBD for 24 hours, at Flinders St station, where so called “pro-Australian” protesters were urged to “come ready for battle” before heading to the library.

Four men in “proudly atheist” T-shirts and carrying signs saying “Islam is false” had a fiery debate with pro-Islamic supporters about 1pm.

Up to 12 people who had flown Australian flags and onlookers joined in before police asked a pro-Islam supporter to leave.

The remaining group chanted and waved flags before an argument broke out.

Police Commander Jeff Forti said more pro-Islam supporters could have made the event volatile, and planning had averted problems.

“I think (Islamic community leaders) diligently thought, ‘Well, there’s potential for violence. We don’t want to be involved in that’, so they chose to recommend to their people not to attend, and I admire them for that,” Cdr Forti said.

Victorian Muslim leaders have continued to discourage protests and have overwhelmingly condemned last week’s violence in Sydney.

– with Amelia Harris

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{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Wilson September 23, 2012 at 9:25 pm

True Australians need only reflect upon the Cronulla Riots several years ago perpetrated by Islamics. They spread into many areas with violence and vandalism as many Islamics were allowed unchecked by any authority to invade beachside suburbs and cause mayhem to persons and property. A peaceful religion ? Was anything learnt from the foregoing ? Recent events prove otherwise.

2 Gramfan September 24, 2012 at 9:17 am

They only arrested the non-Muslims at Cronulla – says it all,IMHO!

3 Always On Watch September 24, 2012 at 4:12 pm

Muslims are bullies.

Bullies back down when confronted.

Ergo, confront Muslims preaching sedition, and they will back down.

‘Nuff said.

4 grego September 24, 2012 at 5:33 pm

Thank G_D that that demonic religion/imperialistic ideology is being exposed for the crap that it is. I sure hope that mohammad is in hell.

5 WLIL September 25, 2012 at 11:50 am

Moslems bullies tend to get unreasonably nasty or subtlely or baltantly nasty when confronted. Moslems are obviously different, more egoistic, and worst from other types of bullies. Moslems tend to use their arrogant beliefs in their allah to spread problems and tend to be more vicious.

6 cheongyei September 26, 2012 at 8:15 pm

They are insane.

Sane people don’t believe drivel about gods, ‘prophets’, ‘holy’ books, ‘holy’ cities and they don’t demand that those who disagree with them convert or die.

The proper response to them is “Go to hell” and if they turn violent, help them to get to hell as fast as possible.

7 CzechRebel September 26, 2012 at 9:40 pm

Well, I guess you are counting us with the semi-sane?

We do believe in one triune God.

We believe in the ancient prophets of the Bible and that the gift of prophecy exists on some level today.

We do believe in the Bible as the sacred, or perhaps holy, book.

We don’t believe in holy cities per se, but some places such the Mt. Athos a/k/a the Holy Mountain are special.

Orthodox Christians do not give–and have never given–a convert-or-die ultimatum. It is completely foreign to us. (However, we do know that Western Christians have done so during a number of times over the course of history. Even with them, that has been the exception rather than the rule.)

8 FilthyKafir September 29, 2012 at 1:00 pm

WTF is wrong with this trailer description?

It is a spoof, not an anti Islam anything, it’s not absurd, disgusting, it’s a damn comedy, made to do what we are all so s— in our pants scared to do.

Mock and Ridicule Islam (cult) at any and every opportunity!!!

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