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Why They Went After Margaret Court — Andrew Bolt

I've lost count of the times I've cited Alinsky's Rules for Radicals. It's an easy read of only 195 pages. It wasn't just rule 13, as pointed out by Andrew Bolt, being used against Margaret Court. It was also, as demonstrated by The Project, Alinsky's rule number 5: Ridicule and Humiliation.
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Time to confront local Islamists: this is war — Jennifer Oriel: The Australian

This is the end game of multiculturalism. As the British Foreign Secretary Sir Edward Grey remarked on the eve of WW1: "..The lamps are going out all over Europe, we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.." Here we are almost 100 years later and the lamps are sputtering and flickering once again. We, or rather many of of our politically correct, pantie waist, somnambulant, Neville Chamberlain type, kumbaya leadership are repeating history. Someone should explain to our supposed leaders, that Dusty Springfield's song, Wishin' and Hopin' was a just that, a song, not a foreign policy strategy. "Britain has been invaded. Whitehall has revealed that there are 23,000 suspected terrorists inside the UK. What it didn’t say is that the British army reserve has just 29,940 active personnel. The ­implications are clear, but no politician will admit them. When the number of enemies inside a nation nears the number of its active army reserve, the nation cannot hold."
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ASIO’s insult to the intelligence of Muslims: Andrew Urban — Spectator

The Muslim community – all its many and varied groups, from the law abiding, peaceful majority to the Koran-quoting agitators and ideological thugs – know full well the reality. That respectable majority, from whose ranks comes some useful insider information that can help ASIO and other security agencies, is going to be stumped by this sort of public statement. It disrespects them and makes a mockery of their assistance, for starters. Does Mr Lewis really think he earns respect and loyalty from the Muslims cooperating with his agency by lying – and lying so brazenly? Or from the general public, whose tolerance for dissembling on this topic has been all used up.
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Just What Is The ASIO Boss Smoking — Miranda Devine, Sunday Telegraph

Some people, many perhaps, spend too much time in the bureaucratic bubble and only read what's put in front of them by underlings. People like the head of ASIO, Duncan Lewis for example. So intoxicated by the politically correct Kool Aid is he, that his ignorance of cold hard facts and stats is not just naïve and appalling but quite frankly, dangerous. Like others inside the bubble, how does he expect to be on top of or solve the problem when he refuses to acknowledge that the problem even exists?
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Chris Kenny gets to the meat and potatoes — Now Is Not The Time To Blame The Victims, The Australian

We empower the ignorant, amp­lify the superficial and elevate the attention-seekers. Sanctimony is applauded, Western culture derided and the lessons of history forgotten in less time than it takes to tap out 140 characters. And we wonder why we are losing our way. It has been a depressing week. Yet again innocent bodies were torn to pieces in a murder-suicide terror attack; the victims included an eight-year-old girl and mothers waiting lovingly for their children. In Britain — and here — the sanctimonious lecture us not to get angry; not to overstate the threat of the horror. It is nauseating.
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Random Note #187,692 — Brussels boiling frogs

Brussels is the host of the NATO conference this weekend and is Jihadi franchise central for terrorism in Europe but these boiling frogs and all round euro-cretins see fit to march and rally in protest against Donald Trump.
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