Tuesday, August 24, 2010

The Misguided Crusader of Our Time

The Misguided Crusader of Our Time

Further to Burqa for Rev Fred Nile not so reverend Nile is determined to continue his politics of prejudice and bigotry.

However, further to Jews Rulz the World and Silencing the Truth to T-Shirt, the Daily Teleg1raph (http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/ May 28, 2008) "Catholics temper Youth day performance - No Passion in Christ" written by Michelle Cazzulino: `A World Youth Day performance of the stations of the cross has been changed to "minimise risk" of inciting anti-Semitic feelings at the Catholic festival later this year'.

So called Christian like Nile failed to protect Jesus from the Jews who conspired to murder him then and even today they are kowtowing to the Jews. Yet, they love to pester the Muslims for no reason at all!

Fred’s children do not follow his version of religion. Fred too does not like good Christian like Rev Gordon Moyes.

Surely, Fred Nile is the misguided crusader of our time.


Burqa decision will cost ALP: Fred Nile

18:09 AEST Tue Aug 24 2010

1 hour ago

By Adam Bennett

NSW Premier Kristina Keneally.

The NSW government will not support a bill seeking to ban the burqa, Premier Kristina Keneally says.

NSW Christian Democratic Party MP Fred Nile says the state Labor government will lose votes in western Sydney after it decided to oppose his private member's bill banning burqas in public.

Reverend Nile in June introduced a bill to parliament which would prohibit wearing burqas and other face veils in public, despite the same bill being voted down by the NSW Upper House in May.

NSW Premier Kristina Keneally at the time said she opposed the bill in principle but would leave it to cabinet to make a final decision on the government's position.

Speaking at an interfaith gathering at NSW Parliament on Monday night, Ms Keneally said cabinet had now decided to oppose Reverend Nile's bill.

"We are fortunate to live in a largely harmonious state where differences in language, culture and faith are rightly seen as things which enliven and strengthen our society," Ms Keneally said.

"It is in this spirit that the NSW Government has decided to oppose the bill seeking to create a criminal offence of wearing a burqa in public places. Such a ban has no place in multicultural NSW."

Reverend Nile said he was disappointed cabinet had not allow a conscience vote on his bill, and warned it would cost the Labor Party votes at the 2011 March state election.

He also accused cabinet of gagging the ALP caucus.

"Now people who are in favour of my bill will criticise the ALP," he told reporters on Tuesday.

"I'm sure there will be a backlash against the ALP - I've got no doubt about that.

"They'll get some votes from the Muslim community (but) they're going to lose some votes among the Labor supporters in the western suburbs, who are very conservative on this issue."

Reverend Nile said his bill had some support within both the government and opposition.

But without the backing of government, he admitted the bill now has little chance of success when it comes before parliament on September 23.

"I believe that in Australia we've always had an open face society - I can look at your face, you can see my face," he said.

"Here you have a person shrouded in usually a black cloth ... and I think it is a sign of oppression of Muslim women."

The cabinet decision follows a recent ruling in a Perth district court that a Muslim woman must remove her full covering should she give evidence in a fraud trial.

The NSW Greens have already opposed the ban, labelling it racist - a charge Reverend Nile disputes.

Greens MP John Kaye said the bill was a "thinly disguised attack on the Muslim community", and called for the Barry O'Farrell opposition to speak out against it.

"Barry O'Farrell needs to call it for what it is and stop pandering to the fear vote," Dr Kaye said.

"The coalition should show some leadership and reject this bill."

A spokesman for Mr O'Farrell said the bill hadn't yet been considered by shadow cabinet.

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

May I Ask this Question to Jews, Christians, Muslims and Anyone?

1. All Muslims do not get a ticket, permission and funding to settle in Mecca or Saudi Arabia.
2. All Christians do not get a ticket, permission and funding to settle in Rome or Italy.
3. Why then All Jews get a ticket, permission and funding to settle in Jerusalem and Israel?

I am asking this question because the Palestinians are victims of Israeli atrocities. Yet, the Palestinians are known as terrorists and the offending Israelis are known as victims! This is the biggest mockery of justice and distortion of truth. So, the obvious question is, “why is it so”?

I was looking for answers! Why are some people insulting me and Palestinians instead of maintaining the civility by answering the specific question? Isn’t a reflection of Israeli arrogance and blatant brutality?
Why anyone would like to throw the Palestinians in the desert or ocean? If we follow this type of Israeli logic then why any one should condemn Hitler’s ethnic cleansing when the Israelis are conducting ethnic cleansing for a long time?
The issue is simple!
A group of people claim, “God gave us the land. Our God don’t want us to share the land with others. We have the right to ethnically cleanse non-Jews”. They deny all of the above. Yet, any one can see that they believe and practice all of the above!
They say, they are victims of European atrocities. They do not want a piece of Bavaria to settle the scores of European crimes! Instead they want lands of Arabs who did nothing to them and protected them for years!!
It does not make any sense!

Friday, January 29, 2010

Man jailed over attack on Indian cabbie

Man jailed over attack on Indian cabbie

January 15, 2010


A 48-year-old man has been jailed after racially abusing an Indian taxi driver during a drunken outburst northwest of Melbourne.

Paul John Brogden, of Navigators near Ballarat, was sentenced to three months' jail on Friday, about 12 hours after he slammed back 24 cans of beer and launched a tirade of abuse against the 24-year-old Indian driver.

"Members of the public have been terrorised by your conduct," Magistrate Michelle Hodgson told Brogden in a Ballarat court on Friday.

While the man had drunk excessively and taken Valium tablets before the outburst, she said there was no excuse for his behaviour.

"The courts and the community will not tolerate violence to people performing jobs in the community - vulnerable jobs."

The court heard the taxi driver picked Brogden and his brother up in Ballarat at about 2am (AEDT) on Friday and they asked to be driven to nearby Navigators.

But Brogden became abusive and asked the driver to take a faster route.

He then told the driver he would kill him when he was dropped off before racially vilifying him.

The driver pressed an emergency button in his cab and pulled into a petrol station.

"He went inside the service station, the defendant followed him inside and verbally abused him," police prosecutor Leading Senior Constable Clint Prebble told the court.

Brogden then assaulted a bystander at the petrol station before returning to the taxi.

He then smashed the taxi's windscreen with his arm, ripped out a GPS device and damaged a radio.

The taxi driver was uninjured in the attack and Brogden was arrested at the scene.

Brogden pleaded guilty to two counts of unlawful assault, one count of making threats to kill and one count of intentionally damaging property.

Defence lawyer Philip Lynch said his client could not remember much of the incident or making any racial slurs.

"How he was standing up, I have no idea," Mr Lynch said.

"He said, `I am not going to remember all what occurred and whatever happens to me happens to me'.

"He is appalled about his behaviour."

Magistrate Hodgson said she would have imposed a five-month jail term if Brogden had not pleaded guilty.

He was also ordered to pay $1,520 in damages.

The incident was the latest in a spate of violent attacks on Indians in Victoria, including the stabbing murder of Nitin Garg in Melbourne earlier this month.

Gautam Gupta, spokesman for the Federation of Indian students in Australia, called on the Victorian government to act on newly established hate crimes legislation.

"I am expecting the government to take the issue seriously and apply the full force of the new Hate Crimes Act," Mr Gupta told AAP.

"It is time to test the act and see how much meat is in it."

Mr Gupta said both the driver and the passenger should undergo counselling.

"We need him (the passenger) to be a productive member of society," he said. "We need to shift his mindset instead of leaving him on the fringes."

© 2010 AAP