Posts Tagged 'Greg Sheridan'

Australien frygter at blive lige så dysfunktionel som Europa

Det handler om indvandring. Dette er, hvad den nye røde danske regering vil have cementeret i Grundloven: Human Lefts. Det vil betyde, at uanset hvor mange borgerlige regeringer, vi vælger i årene fremover, så kan vi kun føre humanitærpopulistisk indvandrerpolitik. Institutionaliseret socialisme. Englænderne har indarbejdet de europæiske menneskerettigheder i deres nationale lovgivning og de fortryder det bitterligt. Nu klager også australierne over domstolsaktivisme:

Asylum policy a failure on all fronts

by Greg Sheridan – October 15, 2011

The collapse of Australia’s border control policy could turn out to be a day of great consequence in Australian political and cultural history.

It could be a decisive loss of Australian sovereignty and a big step down the road to a future of European dysfunction.

It marks a serious erosion of national democratic accountability and institutional coherence, and a victory for the forces of international political correctness and the new class of trans-government bureaucrats and lawyer activists who seek to impose an orthodoxy on key issues that places them beyond the reach of democratic governments.

Mere HER i The Australian. Visse indvandrere vil retablere hjemlandets umenneskelige tilstande – for eksempel spørgsmålet om, hvem der har ejerskab til kvinder. Man kan jo ikke have løsgående kvinder, vel? Der må da være en blonde. Australierne er ved at gentage englændernes fejltagelser på dette område:

Local Islamists draw on British success in bid for sharia law

by Chris Merritt – October 07, 2011

Logo The AustralianThe push to recognise sharia law in Australia has entered an ambitious new phase that draws on the tactics that have handed success to Islamists in Britain.

The latest move, under the guise of helping Muslim women, would give sharia law priority over Australian divorce law.

If enacted, this plan would prevent Muslims from obtaining a civil divorce unless they first divorce under Islamic law.

The plan, published by the Alternative Law Journal, would require Muslims to appear first before a proposed Islamic divorce council made up of imams and lawyers who are familiar with sharia and Australian law.

Mere HER i The Australian. Og så til en af de mest utrolige halalhippie-historier i nyere tid:

‘Islamophobia’ Defense Succeeds for Shooter of Aussie Cop

by David J. Rusin  •  Oct 7, 2011

An Australian Muslim was acquitted of attempting to kill or grievously injure a police officer, based in part on the judge’s decision that a vague and unsubstantiated “anti-Muslim feeling in the community” had helped make the perpetrator skittish enough to open fire out of fear. The verdict in the non-jury trial came in June, but a suppression order kept it hidden until last month.

On November 8, 2005, four policemen were dispatched to arrest a man identified in publicly available records only as BUSB. Upon being approached in a Sydney suburb, BUSB spun around, pulled out a gun, and fired, hitting a sergeant in the hand. Another officer then shot and wounded BUSB, who was taken into custody.

Mere HER hos Islamist Watch.

Andre kilder: The Daily Telegraph,

Frafald fra multikultur

En australsk humanitærpopulist forlader den synkende halalskude:

How I lost faith in multiculturalism

By Greg Sheridan – April 02, 2011

Logo The AustralianIn 1993, my family and I moved into Belmore in southwest Sydney. It is the next suburb to Lakemba. When I first moved there I loved it.

We bought a house just behind Belmore Sports Ground, in those days the home of my beloved Bulldogs rugby league team. Transport was great, 20 minutes to the city in the train, 20 minutes to the airport.

On the other side of Belmore, away from Lakemba, there were lots of Chinese, plenty of Koreans, growing numbers of Indians, and on the Lakemba side lots of Lebanese and other Arabs.

That was an attraction, too. I like Middle Eastern food. I like Middle Eastern people. The suburb still had the remnants of its once big Greek community and a commanding Greek Orthodox church.

Mere HER i The Australian.


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