Non-Muslim leaders should pay close attention to the scorn Muslim leaders are heaping on Australia’s Prime Minister
Tuesday, November 27, 2018
The Truthful PM of Australia
Jihad Watch : Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison has been refreshingly forthright in confronting the jihad problem in Australia. As Jihad Watch
recently reported, he has been mulling plans to strip jihadis of
citizenship and expel them from the country. Australia has also rejected
the UN Migration Pact, which virtually puts the control of the borders
of sovereign Western countries into the hands of the globalist UN.
Morrison has enraged Muslim leaders by calling for them to be “proactive” against
“extremist Islam.” No matter what Western leaders do or say in good
faith to stymie the spread of the jihad ideology in their countries,
they will be attacked by leading Muslim groups, and this is very
telling. Morrison reached out to Muslim communities and encouraged them
“all over Australia to raise their alertness and awareness level.
pointed out that Muslims should be more concerned as it is their
community which is being infiltrated and these activities present a
potential risk to the safety of all Australians and also of their own
children.” His outreach was met with scorn, as these groups have no
interest in democratic freedoms or the laws of Australia. Their priority
is sharia supremacy.
Western countries are being Islamized. Western leaders need to
recognize the need to take full responsibility for their own
democracies, and must confront the jihadist imperative to subjugate
them. For starters, blasphemy laws do not belong in Western societies,
yet many Muslims in the West are advocating for the implementation of
measures that will criminalize perceived insults to their religion.
Furthermore, they are easily insulted and enraged whenever confronted
about obvious threats and abuses that are sanctioned by their religion.
Right after being sworn in, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan
vowed to take the matter of blasphemy to the UN, “saying that few in
the West understand the pain caused to Muslims” when Muhammad is
insulted. This may be true, but hurt feelings should not be prioritized
over the freedom of speech. Pakistan is, of course, well known as for
its cruel enforcement of Islamic blasphemy laws.