David Horowitz: Muslim Brotherhood in America

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Only in America


1) Only in America could politicians talk about the greed of the rich at a $40,000 a plate campaign fund raising event.

2) Only in America could people claim that the government still discriminates against black Americans when we have a black President, a black Attorney General, and roughly 18% of the federal workforce is black. 12% of the population is black.

3) Only in America could we have had the two people most responsible for our tax code, Timothy Geithner, the head of the Treasury Department and Charles Rangel, who once ran the Ways and Means Committee, BOTH turn out to be tax dodgers who are in favor of higher taxes.

4) Only in America can we have terrorists kill people in the name of Allah and have the media primarily react by fretting that Muslims might be harmed by the backlash.

5) Only in America would we make people who want to legally become American citizens wait for years in their home countries and pay tens of thousands of dollars for the privilege while we discuss letting anyone who sneaks into the country illegally just become American citizens.

6) Only in America could the people who believe in balancing the budget and sticking by the country's Constitution be thought of as"extremists."

7) Only in America could you need to present a driver's license to cash a check or buy alcohol, but not to vote.

8) Only in America could people demand the government investigate whether oil companies are gouging the public because the price of gas went up when the return on equity invested in a major U.S. oil company
(Marathon Oil) is less than half of a company making tennis shoes (Nike).

9) Only in America could the government collect more tax dollars from the people than any nation in recorded history, still spend a trillion dollars more than it has per year for total spending of $7 million PER
MINUTE, and complain that it doesn't have nearly enough money.

10) Only in America could the rich people who pay 86% of all income taxes be accused of not paying their "fair share" by people who don't pay any income taxes at all.

Note: I do not know the source of this – it came via email...and I love the song:)


Australia: Sharia Finance and New South Wales

Labor or left-wing governments are always amazingly good at ruining economies in Australia. The Federal Labor Government of Julia Gillard is no exception! 

Whilst they were left a surplus of $96 billion by the former conservative treasure, Peter Costello, Labor have managed to get Australia into huge debts – the extent of which I don’t know exactly, maybe no one does, but its a LOT!
They even posted a “surplus” with their latest budget – due in no small part to Treasurer Wayne Swan’s creative economics! 
I’m calling it BS.
Yesterday I watched a documentary on Queen Elizabeth II. I must say there was not much new information for me as I often watch documentaries about the Royal Family. 
I knew her role was not only that of being head of the Commonwealth, but she also plays a very important role as a global diplomat, and has done so since her coronation.
It was rather sad to see her going to Dubai to promote “British business interests”. 
Read: get money for the UK because it is stuffed! How humiliating!
The state of New South Wales is in financial dire straits due to past left wing or Labor governments so now the new conservative government of Barry O’Farrell is cash strapped! 
He is going to Dubai to get some money – Islam-style! Seems he has few options.

Seems all parts of the political divide are happy to sell us out. Or else they are just unimaginably ignorant of sharia law.
Talk about “financial jihad”! Talk about infiltration. Talk about the greed of some bankers! 

You can’t make this stuff up.
The sharia noose is tightening and there isn’t much you can do about it.
And what is even stupider is all those morons out there who still think that Jews control the world!
Gimme a break!
Al Arabiya has the story:
By Bernardo Vizcaino
The government of the Australian state of New South Wales, home to the country’s financial capital Sydney, will send a group to Dubai this week to discuss ways to develop the Islamic finance industry, officials said.

The delegation, led by New South Wales premier Barry O’Farrell and including financial services professionals, will explore regulatory and legal issues at a roundtable discussion with the Dubai Export Development Corp on Tuesday.

“The event will discuss business opportunities in New South Wales, with particular attention given to Islamic finance,” an Australian government official, who declined to be named under briefing rules, told Reuters. The delegation will also visit Abu Dhabi and Lebanon.
With proximity to southeast Asia, where Islamic finance is growing rapidly, Australia could play a role in the industry, officials believe. But efforts to pass the necessary legislation at a federal level have been slow, so the state government wants to get involved.

“The state government is very interested and trying to be proactive in getting Middle East and local players together to work out a deal,” said Salim Farrar, senior lecturer at the University of Sydney Law School.

Passing legislation governing Islamic finance will require a series of politically charged debates, Farrar said.

But support is building in the business community, said Talal Yassine, managing director at Sydney-based Crescent Wealth. “Clearly there is going to be a push to get Islamic finance up in Australia.”


Australia faces a challenge shared by other jurisdictions new to Islamic finance: taxation. Certain Islamic finance structures, particularly sukuk or Islamic bonds, can attract double or even triple tax duties because they require multiple transfers of title of the underlying asset.

Obtaining tax amendments to alleviate this appears difficult to push through the minority government of Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard.

“At the federal level developments are going nowhere fast,” said Matthew Stutsel, national head of taxation for consultants KPMG in Sydney.

The Australian Board of Taxation released a discussion paper in October 2010 which prompted consultation meetings and submissions. The final review was delivered to the government’s assistant treasurer last June. But no further action has been taken, and the public release of the report “is a matter for the Government to decide”, a Board of Taxation statement said.

The government’s attention has been focused on mining and carbon tax initiatives, and an attempt to deliver a budget surplus; extending tax breaks in other areas might not sit well with voters. Elections are due in 2013.

But while federal-level discussions have been difficult, New South Wales is interested in Islamic finance partly because of the need to fund state projects such as upgrading railway networks and refinancing public utilities. Islamic investors operate large pools of investment funds in southeast Asia and the Gulf.

Attracting investment into infrastructure and other sectors is an important part of the state government’s efforts to position Sydney as a leading international financial center, the Australian official said.

Stutsel said work was being done within the state government on infrastructure proposals. “The issue is largely going to be withholding tax on sukuk, where we would be looking to leverage a tax law change,” he said.

Tax incentives might, for example, be offered for Islamic investors in public-private partnerships. Typically, 10 to 15 percent of New South Wales infrastructure has been delivered using PPP, according to a government report. Granting special tax treatment for such projects cold avoid the need for a full tax amendment.
(picture: An Australian $100 bill, appropriately changed!)


Sean Hannity Interviews Geert Wilders About Radical Islam and his new book

Geert says it all.

The fact that he has to live the way he does proves his point about Radical Islam!
Unbelievable that people  don't seem to 'get' this part.


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More Stealth Jihad in Australia - Aussie Rules Football!

No aspect of life seems to be immune from stealth jihad. We have halal food, we have segregated council events, we have all-Muslim schools, we have “interfaith events” – read da’wah, we have FGM, we have polygamy,we have social welfare rorting,,,,I could go on but you get the picture.

Now they want to Islamize one of the greatest Aussie pastimes – Australian Rules Football! Prayer rooms if you please. I say watch the game on television if this doesn’t suit.
It amuses me to think that the season final - which I guess is equivalent to the US Super Bowl - has occasionally conflicted with Jewish high holidays but not a word from the Jewish community.

I can't help thinking of the insults Tim Tebow has had to endure in the US for expressing his Christianity!

And it should be noted that some in the Jewish community have not only financially supported teams big time, but have supported the game for decades. No other religious groups have ever made such demands!

Also note that Aussie Rules Football, (AFL is the governing body), is played in many venues, and also a venue that is now called Etihad Stadium. It was once called the Telstra dome.
Our biggest and best known international sporting event, the Melbourne Cup, is now called “The Emirates Melbourne Cup”!

I can’t imagine what is going to be next!

 Perhaps the Australian Open Tennis event, held in the Rod Laver Arena, will get a makeover too? Give them time,,,,

As John McEnroe would say: You can’t be serious!!!

EX-HAWTHORN president and former premier Jeff Kennett has lashed out at the AFL for ruling that all grounds must install prayer rooms.
Bachar Houli says prayer rooms will allow more Muslims to attend AFL matches. Picture: Alex Coppel Herald Sun
Houli said many were forced to pray in carparks or stairwells at AFL grounds.
But Mr Kennett labelled the AFL's mandate "ridiculous".
"To put prayer rooms into sporting venues is not part of the Australian lexicon. I think it is an over-reaction," he said on 3AW .

"It's not practical, it's stupid, it's political correctness gone mad."
He said the move would also ruin the culture of football and create unnecessary change.
"In the old days when you went to a football ground there were very few stands, there was mud on the ground that was real football," he said.

Houli, a devout Muslim who works for the AFL one day a week as a multicultural ambassador, asked league chief Andrew Demetriou to provide prayer rooms at all grounds.
Prayer rooms, for all denominations, have been recently introduced at Etihad Stadium, the MCG and Sydney's ANZ Stadium.

But the AFL is now insisting on prayer rooms at the SCG and all other interstate venues.
Houli said not many fans knew of the existing prayer rooms and Mr Demetriou said prayer rooms were long overdue.

"It was a request from Bachar in his role as a multicultural ambassador and, to be honest, I was genuinely surprised it wasn't thought of before," Mr Demetriou said.

"We will be speaking to all our venues about providing a prayer room, which is, of course, for any denomination. It's again a demonstration of our inclusiveness."

Houli, who prays five times a day - including for five minutes before and after games - said a lot of people from the Islamic community weren't going to the footy because of a lack of prayer rooms.

He said all Muslims would need to pray once while at games women in an enclosed area.

 However nothing will change. More venues will have prayer rooms.


Ayaan Hirsi Ali: How the Left Aids and Abetts Islam

Currently in Australia we are having an Atheists’ Conference.

WESTERN liberals, crippled by political correctness, guilt and a romanticised view of Islam, are leaving atheists and Christians bereft in the ''Arab winter'', human rights activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali says.

Ms Hirsi Ali, no stranger to controversy, told an audience of several thousand at the Global Atheist Convention in Melbourne, that it was Christians and conservatives who led the way in defending free speech and rights. ''Why is it that secular liberals in the West fail to help? Are they so insecure about the morals they live by and by which they raise their children?''

She said elections following the overthrow of dictators had produced Islamist governments in Tunisia, Egypt and Morocco, with Islamists also gaining power in Libya and Yemen. ''The plight of Christians is going to be dire. They are killed, their churches destroyed, the women are raped. This is also the plight of Muslim minority sects.''

She blamed political correctness, white guilt over former colonialism that was actually racist because it did not hold non-whites to the same standards, and a view of Islam as romantically primitive (the noble savage).

Ms Hirsi Ali, who has for a decade been accompanied everywhere by bodyguards, provocatively suggested it was too much to expect a billion Muslims to become atheists, so they should convert to the much more benign Christianity ''as a halfway house on the path to enlightenment''.

Outside the Melbourne Convention Centre, two dozen Muslims from Dandenong Mosque chanted ''burn in hell'' and waved inflammatory placards.

''We just want to have a conversation, and tell them it is illogical to say there is no God,'' said one of the protesters, Shafeeq.

Security guards locked the doors, but many atheists used a nearby alternative to engage the Muslims in furious debate.

Sam Harris, one of the ''four horsemen of the anti-apocalypse'', said his foundation had helped fund Ms Hirsi Ali's protection when the Dutch government stopped paying. ''I went out to the moderate Muslim community to get help, and the push back was vile. The real problem is that religious moderates provide a space in which religious extremism is flourishing,'' he said.

H/T: Cassandra