Henry ... here I am in Friesland Province in Holland trying to enjoy a holiday in the cold, rain and wind of a European summer and I am forced to reply to nonsense carried in today's 'Australian.'
Any advice on Muslims offered by Dr. Ameer Ali calls for spoons and packets of salt. His reported advice in relation to dealing with the local out of control Muslim yoof is cut from his usual advice cloth. Look at the matters in order:
First, no public money should be spent developing Islamic courses in Australian universities ... what is taught at universities is for the unis to decide, not the Federal cabinet.
Second, any idea of using the universities as some sort of propaganda tool for liberal democracy to wean Australian 'muzzie' yoof away from the inherent irrationality and violence of Islam is contrary to what unis are for and counter productive to defeating the activists in the first place.
Third, the proper tool for dealing with out of control 'muzzie' yoof is the security forces.
A policy of excluding from Australia the crazed Wahhabbi agents of the fascist Islamintern has to be introduced. This should run concurrently with arrests and long-term gaol sentences for a wide range of offences which are introduced to target these unhappy yoof.
The social welfare model (very popular among the deluded rulers in Holland and Britain) is not as effective as the 'book'ém Danno' approach which exists in every Muslim country.
Fourth, stop taking advice from Muslims on how to deal with incipient Muslim criminals, revolutionaries, assorted fanatics and enemies of Australia. Unbending sternness and ruthless penetration of every Muslim group via electronics and the local Judas Iscariots is the only proper way to deal with these folk.
Oh, by the way Henry, a complete cessation of Muslim migration for the next 25 years until the Islam Crisis passes would also be a smart move. Rudd Government and smart moves?
Now, can I please get back to the 5 minute European Summer?
Sir Wellington Boote
writing in response to........
Prime Minister Rudd urged to tackle extremists - Mark Dodd
ISLAMIC scholars are urging a rethink on the fight against homegrown extremism as the Rudd Government stands accused of failing to match its tough talk on counter-terrorism with action.
The Rudd Government should urgently boost funding for high-quality Islamic studies courses, moderate Muslim community groups, and police liaison teams to counter home-grown extremism, a leading Australian Islamic expert says.
Such measures offered the best hope of blunting the potential radicalisation of hundreds of Muslim students who come to Australia to study each year.
They would have a hugely positive impact on Australian Muslims, said Ameer Ali, vice-president of the Regional Islamic Council of Southeast Asia and the Pacific. Dr Ali's call follows a blunt warning by ASPI (the Australian Strategic Policy Institute) that the Rudd Government had failed to match its tough talk on countering local extremism with the resources needed to deliver a solution.
Attorney-General Robert McClelland warned in March that a terrorist attack in Australia had "as much prospect of emanating from disgruntled and alienated Australian youth as it does from an overseas terrorist organisation."
Government concerns about extremism were again raised by the Attorney-General's Department in the May Budget portfolio statement to "develop and progress" moves to reduce the risk of resort to violent extremism.
Despite the warnings, no new funding was provided to the Attorney-General's Department for programs to counter local extremism, ASPI's research programs director Anthony Bergin says in a new report.
"At this stage it's not clear what direction the Australian government's counter-extremism policy will take," he says. "It's unclear, for example, what the Attorney-General's Department's new body of counter-extremism work will look like or when it will commence. It's disappointing that the Attorney-General's Department was given no new funding to advance their counter-extremism work in this year's Budget."
Australia's growing Muslim population numbers more than 300,000.
Source and Full Article: theaustralian.com.au