As reported by Stephanie Chalkley-Rhoden for Australia's ABC, today.
It seems that Q Society and Dr Mark Durie and other Australians currently engaged in the task of persuading their fellow Australian infidels to take a long hard look at the foundation texts, tenets and historical track record and contemporary practice of Islam, and of the Ummah or Mohammedan Mob, in order to recognise that it presents - as it has done for 1400 years - a clear and present danger to all non-Muslims qua non-Muslims, have a long way yet to go.
"One in Four Australians Has Negative Attitude Towards Muslims: Report".
And those negative attitudes held by that 25 percent of the population would, of course, have nothing whatever to do with, for example, videos of Australian-raised Muslims tooling around in Syria engaging in and inciting to beheadings of non-Muslims and of other-sect Muslims? Nothing to do with the recently-exposed Muslim plot to kidnap Australian infidels off the streets and behead them on camera, so as to supply Islamic State - Islamic State - with yet more "human sacrifice for Allah" recruitment videos?? Nothing to do with the Muslim bushwhackings of two Canadian soldiers, the Muslim jihadi who ran - waving a gun - into the Canadian parliament, or the Muslim who attacked four New York policemen with an axe, nearly killing one of them, or the Muslim who in Australia tried to stab two policemen to death? Nothing to do with the beheading of a woman in Oklahoma, by a convert-to-Islam co-worker, nor with the running-down and beheading of Lee Rigby, in broad daylight in the streets of London, by two converts to Islam?? Oh, nothing to do with all that...it's just because those of us Aussies who are worried about what Islam teaches and inspires, and therefore worried about the expanding presence of the Ummah colonies in our country, are all nasty ignorant bigots....? - CM
'One in four Australians holds a negative attitude towards Muslims, a national survey has found.
'The social cohesion report, published by Monash University and the Scanlon Foundation, measured public attitudes on issues like immigration and multiculturalism.
'It found people were five times more likely to hold negative attitudes towards Muslims than [toward] any other religious group.
Gee, what a surprise, I wonder why?? - CM
'Report author Professor Andrew Markus said the results were troubling.
"What we're finding is negativity towards Mulsims is five times higher than towards Christians or Buddhists, so there's quite a significant issue there", said Professor Markus.
Sooo...Aussies are less worried about Christians or about Buddhists, than about Muslims? Might that not just have something to do with the fact that Christian and Buddhist women don't go about our streets in intimidating and ugly slave masks? And that we haven't had any Christians or Buddhists caught plotting to blow things, up, or to seize random people off the street and saw off their heads whilst chanting religious invocations?? It was not Christians or Buddhists who blew up that nightclub in Bali in 2002. It was not Christians or Buddhists who attacked Mumbai in November 2008...and let their co-religionists, once identified, go free unharmed whilst reserving nonbelievers for torture and murder. It was not Christians or Buddhists who held hostage hundreds of Russian non-Muslim kids at the Beslan school. It was not Christians or Buddhists who beheaded Lee Rigby whilst proudly quoting religious texts in justification of that act. It was not Christians or Buddhists who have, of late, seized and enslaved and repeatedly raped hundreds of teenage girls and young women, in both Nigeria and Iraq, and boasted about it, quoting cult texts in authorisation of the practice. - CM
"In a period of increased tension (sic: in a period within which the violent Muslim jihad against everything not-Islam, in order to subjugate it or destroy it entirely, seems to be getting steadily more widespread and more savage - CM) those who are very negative may, more likely, act out their negativity".
How dare anybody dislike Muslims! How dare anybody even consider resisting Islamisation! Memo to our dear dhimmi Professor Markus: I have read the Islamic texts and am familiar with the revered (by Muslims) canonical example of Mohammed the Warlord, rapist of Safiyya, gang boss of assassins and slave-takers, and I know what Muslims have done , historically, in Africa, in Asia, in Europe; I know of the devshirme; I know of the jihad mass murders of the Armenian Christians and of the Bulgarian Christians and, more recently, of Sudanese Christians; I know what the dhimma system was and I know what non-Muslim minorities endure within Muslim dominated lands, today. And, therefore, Professor Markus, I regard Islam as evil, as a death cult, a religion of blood and war (which is what Churchill called it); I see it as one of the most evil belief-systems that humans have ever burdened themselves with, and I would like to see a complete halt to all further immigration of Muslims into Australia and, indeed, into any other majority-nonMuslim country, world-wide. Got Muslims? Got Jihad. Jihad, the unofficial Sixth Pillar of Islam, the pursuit - by force and / or by fraud - of Total World Domination; the attempt to inflict upon all humans willynilly the antihuman and inhuman Total System that is the sharia of Islam. - CM
"They might abuse people on the street, and so on. So we're really just talking of a very small proportion who might act out their negativity, but that's the concern", he said.
My dear Professor, I am much more concerned about those Muslims in our midst who may be getting ready to do as the murderers of Lee Rigby did. Or as the Muslim murderer of Theo Van Gogh did. Do you remember Theo Van Gogh, Professor Markus? Do you care about him at all? Or do you think his Muslim murderer was justified, and that Theo Van Gogh should have refused to assist ex-Muslim Ayaan Hirsi Ali in the making of her little film, "Submission", that exposes the misogyny that is hardwired into the Islamic texts and Islamic practice? And shall we ask you, Professor Markus, about the fatwa upon Salman Rushdie? Or shall we ask you about those dastardly Danish cartoonists, and Kurt Westergaard, and the pious Somalil Muslim who - intending to do to that pesky blasphemer Westergaard as was done, back in the day, to Asma bint Marwan - broke into Mr Westergaard's house, waving an axe, and would have killed him, had he got the chance? And, Professor Markus, shall I remind you of Mohammed Merah, who barged into the grounds of a Jewish school in France, and shot down a rabbi, and two little boys, and grabbed a little 8 year old girl, Miriam Monsonego, and shot her point-blank, in the temple, whilst holding her by her pony-tail? All in the name of Allah. That is the 'acting out' of negativity that I rationally fear, my dear dhimmi Professor Markus. Don't you care at all about those non-Muslims who, having informed themselves about this (and these are not by any means the only instances of Muslim attacks upon non-Muslims - attacks driven by the contempt and hatred of and aggression toward the dirty unbeliever which, in the Quran, Sira and Hadith, and in multiple khutbas in the mosques worldwide, Muslims are repeatedly exhorted to feel and to put into action) realistically and rationally fear that they themselves may, one day, sooner or later, be targeted by a violent Muslim who is obeying the Quranic instruction to "slay them wherever you find them"?? Shall we remind you of the beheading verse, Surah 47: 4? - CM
'The survey was conducted on 2,596 people in June and July, and was the seventh annual survey of its kind.
'Experience of discrimination (by whom? - CM) remained close to the highest level recorded at 18 percent since the studies began in 2007.
'Of those who reported discrimination, 30 percent said it happened at least once a month.
'The report listed a "number of demographic variables" in the results, with respondents aged 65 and over four times more likely to hold negative attitudes towards Muslims than respondents aged 18 to 24.
Those who have been relentlessly churning out propaganda on behalf of Islam must be very pleased with themselves for having thus pulled the wool over the eyes of a large number of young Australian infidels. When the chicken does not know what the fox is, or thinks the fox is a friend, the chicken is much easier to catch. - CM
'They also stated younger residents of Victoria were most likely to hold positive attitudes towards Muslims.
I wonder what attitudes are among young non-Muslims in Sydney, New South Wales, where many among the single largest Ummah colony in Australia have been behaving very badly for a good few years, now?
Now, cue a sinister hijabette whining and complaining that even only 1 in 4 Aussies being less than enthusiastic about Muslims is not good enough. Bad dhimmis! More propaganda, more dawa, more admonitions are needed. You must all love us, pet us, flatter us, stroke us, and defer to our every wish and demand...becuz we is Muswims and we is speshul...or else!! - CM
'Silma Irham from the Australian Muslim Women's Association said the results were not surprising.
"There has been so much negativity from the media, from the government", she said.
Negativity from the media? You could have fooled me, milady; I have had it up to here with the endless series of sugary puff pieces on Ramadan, Haj, Eid, the wonders of Hijab and Niqab, etc and so forth, not to mention government-funded glossy propaganda-dawa booklets like "Learning From One Another" (or, How To Be Fooled By Muslims Playing Nice).
I can only suppose she means that the media does occasionally report that Muslims do horrid things to non-Muslims in various places and that said Muslims refer their horrid deeds to the instructions in the Islamic texts.
But as for the supposed negativity from government...our whining Muslimah seems to have forgotten the Premier of Queensland exhorting all Queenslanders to hop to it and attend a much-vaunted "mosque open day" aka dawa event, and P M Abbott practically falling over himself - like so many other non-Muslim political leaders all over the western world - to tell us all that the Islamic State had nothing to do with Islam. - CM
"Until the Federal Government changes its rhetoric and stops using Muslims as the cause of hardships facing the population, things aren't going to improve."
The Federal Government is blaming Muslims for ...what? "Hardships facing the population?" What on earth is this woman talking about? Last time I looked, it was the actions and policies of the previous government or governments who were getting the blame for assorted perceived problems with our economy, etc. - CM
"The Muslim community is a minority here (at present; but it is a Fifth Column of the Mohammedan Mob, a hostile minority that intends to grow, and grow, and then, as per the programme outlined in ex-Muslim Sam Solomon's chilling book "Al Hijra: The Islamic Doctrine of Immigration", become the dominant majority and force everyone else to submit to the hell on earth that is the sharia of Islam within a Muslim despotism - CM) but it is established (are you threatening us, milady Muslimah? do I detect a note of triumphalism here? - CM), there are far more Australian-born Muslims, but it is like it still has to sell itself to the rest of the community.
My dear madam: trust must be earned. It cannot be demanded as a right. You cannot demand that we non-Muslims love you and do as you want, when you belong to a death cult that teaches you to hate us; and that demands a/ the death of its critics (whether outsiders or insiders) and b/ the death of anyone who leaves it or tries to leave. I have read Surah 9 of the Quran. If you, Ms Irham, are committed to pursuing and putting into practice the agenda outlined in that Surah then I do not and cannot and will not trust you. - CM
'Ms Irham said that attitudes towards Muslms were in part being driven by the lack of understanding and fear surrounding IS (why so mealy-mouthed, ABC? Call it what it calls itself - Islamic State. Islamic, Islamic, Islamic. Because..it is. Islamic. - CM) and the conflict in Iraq.
My dear Ms Irham, my distrust and yes, dislike of you, and my rational fear of your fellow cultists, arises not from lack of understanding but from knowledge. Knowledge of your infernal book, which I have read, more than once, and will read again, much as I detest it. Knowledge of the broad outlines of the behaviour of the Ummah throughout its history, its continual attempts to subjugate and destroy everything not-Islam over which it could manage to get control, and its ferocious oppression of all non-Muslims whose polities were unlucky enough to have been invaded and defeated, or infiltrated and subverted, by Muslims. I see Islamic State and I see...Islam, Islam stripped of all its masks, obeying its core programme. And the more of my fellow Australians wake up from their trance and see what I see, the happier I will be. One out of four awake and aware is by no means enough to save Australia from the Jihad; the results of this survey tell me that I and others like me have to hurry up and do a lot more to raise the alarm and spread awareness among our fellow Infidels, while there is yet time. - CM
"The level of Islamophobia directed towards Australian Muslims has grown, and it's a result of the current direct public discourse where the Muslim community here is linked to what's happening overseas".
Ah yes: she's trying to dissociate the "nice" Ummah here from the "nasty" Ummah over there, despite all the visits from Muslim "clerics", despite the Hizb ut Tahrir rallies, despite the riots in our streets with placards proclaiming "Behead those who insult the Prophet", despite the obvious fact that a large part of the Ummah within Australia proudly regards itself as "linked" to the rest of the Ummah and the steady - and even accelerating - flow of money and zealous jihadis from the Ummah colonies within this country, to the Islamic State and other jihad outfits overseas. - CM
"This is not boat-people overtaking us, it's not the hoards [sic: O ABC, it's "hordes" - CM] bringing communism.
Many of the boat-people, my dear Ms Irham, were not bringing communism (as Muslims coming to Australia bring Islam, unrejected and indeed proudly declared and promoted); they left it behind them, they were fleeing from it, for they were opposed to it. The proper counterparts of those Vietnamese anti-communist refugees, today, are the Copts and the Christians from Iraq and Syria and the Yazidis and Mandaeans, fleeing the dar al Islam and its ferocious sharia enforcers. - CM
"There isn't anyone new coming in here".
"Fear is always caused by government statements. If the government's focus was that it is purely an overseas issue with some local elements, and didn't come down so hard on the Australian Muslim community [attitudes would be different]."
I see. So we shouldn't be arresting Muslims in Australia for plotting jihad? We shouldn't be surveilling anyone, or asking any hard questions about what's being preached in the mosques? We shouldn't do anything at all about those Muslims who go off to Iraq and Syria to indulge in a spot of beheading, sex-slaving, stoning of adulterers, etc and so forth, or who raise funds here in Australia and send those funds off to Islamic State, or to Al Shabaab, or whoever? Ms Irham, you can damn well go jump; because as far as I am concerned, what matters is that each and every Mohammedan who plots to kill infidel Aussies should be caught before he manages to achieve what he's plotting, and punished to the fullest extent of the law. And if you don't like that, madam, then you can lump it. - CM
'But she said attitudes in society moved in waves, and that simply getting to know people of the Muslim faith would help turn the tide.
Not necessarily. There are over a thousand girls in the UK who "got to know" men of the Muslim 'faith'... in bedrooms, as they were raped, and tortured, and threatened with death. There are Yazidi and Assyrian Christian girls "getting to know" Muslims right now.. by being gang raped. Getting to know people doesn't always mean that you like them more, once you know more about them, and how they behave. Especially when you then read their cult handbook/s and find out about the career of the cult founder, and notice a direct congruity between horrible things done by cult members in many countries, and the instructions in the cult handbook and the example of the founder. What will happen, Ms Irham, when non-Muslims find out just how many verses in the Quran tell Muslims never to befriend or ally with non-Muslims...unless temporarily, and feigningly, for the advantage of the Muslim party? What happens when curious Infidels find out about the core Islamic principle of Loyalty and Enmity, Al Wala Wa Al-Bara, and the division of the world into Dar al Islam and Dar al Harb, and the verses that spit venom at Jews, and the verses that call non-Muslims "the worst of beasts"? - CM
"We might be in the trough at the moment (gee, she has a hide to whine that she's not being sufficiently loved and accepted and petted and stroked, when 3 out of 4 Australians are either not negative toward Muslims or - foolishly, having been deceived, or still being blissfuly ignorant - feel positive toward them? - CM) but the community will rise from that, and the Muslim community will be a far more valued member of society in the future", she said.
If your coreligionists keep on hatching plots to kill us you might have another think coming. - CM
"Get to know Muslims. Let's get a bit of understanding about Islam".
With Islam, my dear madam, understanding - if the infidel doing the research has a gram of commonsense, a functioning BS detector, and a fraction of moral intelligence and the instinct of self-preservation - does not lead to love and liking. It leads to anger and rational alarm. - CM
"People will realize they've got some good reasons for what they do, they're a pretty good faith".
"They've got some good reasons for what they do". Who has "good reasons" for doing what, exactly? Are you asking us to see Boko Haram and Islamic State enslavers and gang rapers and sellers of infidel teenage girls, as having "good reasons" for what they do? Are you asking us to "understand" and empathise with the motives of those who saw off heads? Do you regard the murderer of Miriam Monsonego, or the murderer of Theo Van Gogh, as having "some good reasons" for what they do?? The stoners of women? The honor murderers? The practitioners of FGM, wife-beating, polygyny, and forced/ child marriage (which is rife among the Muslim "community" in Australia)?? - CM
'Majority of Australians support immigration intake.
I wonder whether they were asked about immigration in general, or about immigration of various categories of immigrant? Because sometimes it depends on who you let in. I, for example, am completely opposed to all further immigration of Muslims into Australia, whilst I would be very happy to increase our intake of, for example, Assyrian and Coptic Christians. - CM
'In contrast, the survey found "just 35 percent" of people considered Australia's rate of immigration "too high", the lowest result in seven consecutive studies.
"This compares with 2014 American and European surveys which have found disapproval of government handling of immigration in the range of 60 to 75 percent", the report stated.
That is because - in Europe in particular - there has been mass immigration of Muslims, creating a situation which is unpleasant, expensive, and ever more deadly-dangerous both to the resident indigenes and to all other non-Muslim immigrants. In Australia, so far as I know, though Muslims are coming steadily in, they are still outnumbered by immigrants of other, non-Muslim backgrounds; it is notable that, for example, it is Buddhism, not Islam, that is the fastest growing ideologically-defined group within the Australian population, and if counted together, Buddhist and Hindus comprise a larger group, in terms of numbers, than do the Muslims. Muslims, as yet, in Australia, comprise less than 3 percent of the total population, although they comprise much more than that in certain localities, such as the heavily-Islamised suburbs of Lakemba and Auburn, in south-western Sydney. - CM
'By comparison, the Monash study found 58 percent of respondents believed the immigration rate in Australia was "about right or too low".
Again, I think I shall have to have a look at the report itself and find out what sorts of questions, precisely, were asked, in the section on immigration. - CM
"A possible explanation for the low level of concern with immigration is the effectiveness of the government's measures to stop arrival of asylum seekers by boat", the report stated.
"This success has conveyed the message that the government has effective border control measures, and can be trusted to manage immigration", it said.
"It was a very surprising result because the proportion of those concerned about immigration has gone down", Professor Markus said.
"We might have expected that maybe half of the population would be concerned...given that there's increasing concern about employment and the economy.
"One in four people supported the idea of asylum seekers arriving by boat being eligible for permanent settlement (me, I would offer that possibility to the bona fide non-Muslims, only, upon evidence of their willingness to assimilate and contribute - CM) while the majority of Australians - 85 percent - believed immigration had been good for Australia.
Non-Muslim immigration, yes, by and large. Muslim immigration...no. If the latter is not stopped, and soon, we will be in more trouble than we already are. Got Muslims? Got Jihad. The more Muslims, the more Jihad. - CM
'The report's key finding was that "Australia remains a highly cohesive society", despite a low level of satisfaction with government, and just 15 percent of respondents agreeing that "the system works fine as it is"...
These days, I begin to suspect that the phrase "a highly cohesive society" is code for "a society within which most people are either uninformed or misinformed and therefore don't yet realize that Muslims are dangerous".- CM