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Submitted by the Grand Infidel of Kaffiristan (Australia), May 14, 2012 at 22:51

Michel writes:

"Such judges should be removed from the bench though, not just simply overturned."

FYI, judges here are appointed not elected. They can be thrown out but it would take a serious event to make that happen. What is 'serious' ? To most rght minded people that a judge should be taking special consideration that the defendant was a muslim would be serious. A few years ago, another high raking judge, also Jewish, fell from grace spectacularly - was defrocked and jailed for lying to the court . He claimed the person who was snapped by a red light camera driving his car was someone other than himself.

"Albeit the trend, the fact that this judge by no means represents a singularity, whether in Australia nor the UK or the USA, scares the living daylight out of me."

Most people are aware of sharia in other countries and there's a growing awareness that its introduction for us infidels is the muslim end game. Nobody wants it. Hence the determination not to start letting it infest our legal institutions.

"When you live in a region, where 100 armed Islamists threaten to storm a major city's downtown, wher 2 officers get stabbed by these people, and the press, media or government literally cover it up, only to avoid political incorrectness, it is very scary. "

The press would have a field day with that if it happened here. Radio shock jocks and current affairs programs do have their place in exposing events and alerting the general public to the main players.

The privilege of being allowed to live in advanced Western democracies - is not a human right. Why don't the governments use the power they have to deport people who insist on spreading their fanaticism and confusion to the detriment of their host societies? Maybe it will take a 9/11 type event in Germany to make that happen

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