Steps to raise issue
Submitted by David Ross (Australia), Jan 6, 2007 at 00:50
you are correct mate. In Sydney, Cronulla in 2005 was the first example of 'passive, long suffering, self hating, lazy Brits' coming alive and tacking the Islamist threat head on.
Cronulla is 95% anglo. They saw over a long decade of abuse and cultural intrusion the actions of the Muslim Lebanese. Just one example suffices. When the outbreak occurred, I was in a Sauna in my Gym Melbourne, and the only other person in it, had himself witnessed Lebanese Muslim males trying to cordon off a public rockpool area for 'their muslim women' and keep 'unclean infidels' out. To me that was an act of war.
I am going to take a number of steps to highlight the problem of Islam in 2007 as follows:
1/ Stand on the steps of St Pauls Cathedral with a sign telling Christians "Allah curses you, and mohammed curses you" based on the Quran and hadith. My hope is that Christians will wake up and realize they must be prepared to DO things to solve this issue. Primarily, they should put pressure on their local members. But ALSO be prepared to participate in lawful street demonstrations to make this point.
2/ I am also going to stand on the steps of the Shrine of remembrance (which is at the other end of St Kilda Road, and from which St Pauls can be seen) with a similar sign.
If I can get a few people to stand with me I will. Can I suggest you also begin working towards such goals at your end mate.
I've done a web site about Islam here http://www.truetruth.wikispaces.com
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