It’s only a matter of time. There will be an Islamic All Stars Rugby League round. For those, like me, who have a sense of humour, it will probably be squashed in between the Gay Appreciation week and Sorry For Anything That Christianity Has Ever Done decade.
It’s the NRL’s new direction. Give up the alcohol-fuelled binges (not such a bad thing) and bend over to Mecca (not such a good thing).
Logan, by the way, has the dubious distinction of being home to Australia’s first suicide bomber.
You can watch his fiery demise to chants of “Allahu Akbar!” here. For those who struggle with Arabic, that means “God is the Greatest”. Hence the reason Abu Asmar left his family behind in Australia to drive an explosive-laden truck to his death in Syria. And just before it all ended, he urged others to do the same.
It’s seems like a bit of a hard sell, but for some strange reason, Muslims heed the call.
You can hear it praying, you can hear it slaying
You hear it whisper in your ear
Infidels need the Islamic spear
And the best cold spear is quick
Quick and bitter.
As a matter of fact, you’d better say ciao
Because I’ve got one now.
It’s quick and bitter.
With guys like Abu doing the marketing and the NRL boys providing the financial support, before you know it suicide bombing will be as dinky-di Aussie as throwing down a VB at a backyard barbeque.
Oops. I better take that last part out. There’s no such thing as halal beer, as Mr Ferguson is about to find out. Because Islam is a religion of extremes. No beer and way over the top punishment for those who partake.
And that’s without even delving into the suicide bombing or call for global jihad.
Considering that Logan is home to Australia’s first suicide bomber and that an imam has admitted on 4BC radio that South East Queensland mosques are raising funds to send Aussie Muslims to Syria, I’d suggest that the last thing the area needs is a new jihad ops centre.
And that’s exactly what mosques are. You didn’t really think it was all tambourines and hand-clapping did you?
Mosques preach violence. In fact, there is a direct correlation between the size of the audience and the violence being preached. More violent preaching equals more peaceful worshippers on a Friday afternoon. At least it seems so in America anyway. Given that Australia has by far the largest per capita western involvement in the war in Syria, it would appear likely that peace is not that high on the agenda here either.
Mosques are the command and control centres for the spread of Islam. The late King of Saudi Arabia even stated that their purpose was to prevent Muslims from assimilating into the Western world. From there, they could become a fifth column to bring total victory against the infidels.
And he probably believed what he said because since 1970, Saudi officials have spent somewhere between $70 billion and $90 billion exporting their strict Wahabbi view of Islam. That’s a lot of mosques and religious advertising – including about $120 million worth in Australia.
And all of this from a country that bans the construction of churches. That’s pretty intolerant. But it is smart.
Unlike us, who are complacent and stupid.
Islam is not compatible with traditional Christian Western traditions. And it has even more contempt for the atheistic sludge that’s replaced it. But when the championship Rugby League team is working to build a new mosque in Logan, a month after this city gave Australia its first Islamic suicide ‘martyr’, you know that Australia is asleep in the face of this virulent and violent threat.
I’ve said it before. No doubt I’ll say it again. We’re sleepwalking to destruction.