Exactly whose country is it anyway?


The Australians are learning, not for the first time, the exact cost of letting Islam infiltrate the borders of a Western nation:

Christians in Sydney, Australia, are being advised to hide their crosses after an Arabic-speaking gang shouting “F*** Jesus!” attacked a couple on a train while transport officers looked on from a “safe space” and did nothing.

The Sydney-based Daily Telegraph – a News Corp outlet unrelated to the Telegraph Media Group newspaper of the same name – reports the couple were attacked while riding the train through “Muslim enclaves” in south-west Sydney.

Mike, who asked for his surname to be withheld for fear he might be targeted, said that four men of Middle Eastern appearance ripped his cross from his neck, stomped on it, and rained kicks and punches on his face, back, and shoulders. Two women attacked his girlfriend when she tried to protect him.

Five uniformed transport officers watched the attack take place but failed to intervene, Mike claimed, leaving the police to meet the train at a later station.

“I was born in Australia of Greek heritage,” Mike told the Telegraph. “I’ve always worn my cross. For [them] to rip it off and step on it has to be a religious crime … It’s not on to feel unsafe in your own country.”

Mike went to Greek community leader and former Sutherland Shire Council deputy mayor Reverend George Capsis, who believes Christians in Sydney face growing persecution at the hands of Muslim gangs, about the attack.

“This is not an isolated incident,” said Rev Capsis, who explained that Mike was the fourth Christian to have come to him about a religiously-motivated attack in just the last six months.

“There are gangs of these young fellows of Muslim background who have been harassing people they identify as Christian … You don’t hear about it because no one’s reporting it.”

It is difficult to believe, is it not, that this is the very same Australia that has produced such upstanding and mighty men as Mark Donaldson of Her Majesty's Special Air Service Regiment, recipient of the Victoria Cross for Australia for his heroism during Operation Slipper in Afghanistan; Sir Edmund Barton, the first Prime Minister of Australia; Sir Donald Bradman, Steve Waugh, and Ricky Ponting, three of the greatest cricket players ever to have walked the face of the Earth; and of course our friend and fellow Man of the West, Adam Piggott.

Australian men of the past, and a precious few such of the present, knew and understood in their very bones that their country was one to be proud of. Their people might have been descended from convicts and felons, but Australians have always taken a sort of perverse pride in their lineage, and have taken every opportunity to thumb their noses, in a friendly sort of way, at their stuck-up stiff-necked cousins from the motherland.

When I lived there some 15 years ago and more, I was always much struck by just how fiercely Australians thought of themselves as Australian.

They believed that their nation was the best on Earth, blessed with unique natural gifts (like deadly snakes, deadly spiders, deadly crocodiles, deadly fish, deadly jellyfish, deadly riptides, deadly wild dogs, deadly frogs, deadly plants, deadly... well, you get the idea).

Their people had their own remarkably vibrant and vivid culture. You Americans think you have a strong car culture- you lot just wait until you go to Australia. Here in the US, it is common for two young men to posture and preen and show off their Ford Mustangs and pit them in drag races against the Dodge Challengers of their rivals.

But you have not seen a motorsport rivalry until you've been to Australia and watched Ford fans get into pitched battles with Holden (which is to say, ultimately, GM) fans at something called the Bathurst Rally, which as far as I can tell is basically a giant fistfight, liberally lubricated with tanker-loads of (really horrible) Australian lager, where during pauses between combat some sort of racing event takes place once in a while.

This was a culture that believed in itself, that understood its unique place in the history of the Anglosphere, and that was proud of its achievements. It was at once both welcoming and deeply hostile to outsiders, and it used to believe that people had to earn their way into Australian society.

Where, exactly, has all of that gone in the space of less than a single generation?

It has gone exactly where every society that has ever been infected with the disease of multiculturalism has gone: straight down the shitter.

And because one of the core tenets of multiculturalism is that all cultures are equally valid and worthwhile- except, of course, the dominant Anglo-Saxon culture that made the Anglosphere nations great in the first place- Australians have fallen prey to the flatly idiotic notion that Muslims are Just Like Everyone Else.

The evidence tells us that they plainly are not. Muslims, well-meaning and polite and decent though they usually are on an individual and even familial basis, are followers of the single most dangerous ideology that has ever confronted the (nominally) Christian West.

Islam is nothing short of a violent, intolerant, extremely dogmatic heresy of Christianity. Formed as it was out of a splinter branch of reform Judaism, based on a highly questionable origin story that falls apart the moment it is subjected to any serious investigation, it is nonetheless the single most successful heresy of Christianity- itself a heresy of Judaism- ever to see the light of day.

For all that it is a heresy, it is also a terrible threat. The last 14 centuries have seen nothing but war, in one form or another, waged by Islam against everyone else.

The Australians, like the rest of the West, have been lulled into forgetfulness by fifty years and more of peace, prosperity, and a very deliberate cultural Marxist campaign to cover up the truth about Islam, a political movement that disguises itself as a religion.

And now, like everyone else, the Australians are going to be confronted with an inevitable and extremely painful choice: Reconquista, or Shariah.

Those are the alternatives. Either one leads to war and death. It is not a matter of "if", but when.

With Reconquista, the war happens sooner rather than later- but the death toll that results will, I fervently hope and pray, be lower, because the price that has to be paid in human lives and treasure will grow with every passing year that Islam is allowed to creep into the West and consolidate its hold on power.

With Shariah, war comes later- but will be truly bloody and terrifying when it does. And in the long interregnum between the fall of Western civilisation and its subjugation under iron bonds of shariah, there will be generations of human suffering and misery to account for, as any halfway serious investigation of the history of Islam will reveal.

The Australians must ask themselves a very simple question: does Australia belong to Muslims, or to Australians?

It used to be that if you asked an Australian this, he would insist, often violently, that one can be both at the same time. But, as everyone else in Europe and the rest of the West is finding out, that simply is not true any more- if, indeed, it ever was.

Comments

  1. Australia belongs to whoever is strong enough to take it and that is apparently not Christians, yet.

    Too bad as Christianity makes society better everywhere its applied.

    Also the solution that no one wants to hear is simply, there is little room left to vote one's way out. The politic elite won't listen and all lie, all they care about is mutual praise and power with few exceptions

    In the end its going to come to men, White Aussies with friends, Chinese or Muslims to have the spoils .

    Maybe, maybe with work it can be saved without the worst case scenario but time is a passing.

    Also re: car culture. Interestingly the US is starting to no longer have a car culture. Younger Americans regardless of ethnic origin seem to care less for automobiles as time goes on.

    There are a few low riders and such left and car shows but the pure attachment to the automobile is fading. I've seen it fade in a decade

    Some of this is taxes and overhead and Obama's destroying cars but a lot of it is urban culture and the fact that modern cars aren't user friendly and with a few insanely expensive exceptions that few can afford, even interesting

    Reliability and small details aside every car is identical to every other one. Why bother?

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