40 Syrian jihadi veterans are roaming our streets – it’s time for internment
Nov10

40 Syrian jihadi veterans are roaming our streets – it’s time for internment

Four and half years ago I wrote that Syria was Australia’s ticking time bomb.

Now there are 40 returned jihadis freely roaming our streets. That time bomb is about to go off…

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Islamic violence erupts in Australia
Jun05

Islamic violence erupts in Australia

There will be three types of violence in this Australia.

Firstly, the Islamic community at large will harbour those who will threaten, injure or kill Australians because they are not Muslim.

Secondly, within the Islamic community there will be sectarian war. This will make the bikie wars of old look like child’s play. Much of this conflict will be driven by arguments over who hates us the most.

Thirdly, some Australians will take the law into their own hands and retaliate against Muslims.

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Segregation of the senses
May09

Segregation of the senses

Occasionally, we are smacked in the face with the consequences of our society gone stark, raving bonkers. Take for example, the media furore surrounding a recent presentation held at the University of Melbourne. It was titled Islamic Rulings on Jihad in Syria – Why great scholars’ silence and occurred on 13 April, 2013. This was just two days before the Director General of ASIO, David Irvine, confirmed that hundreds of Australian...

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Syria is Australia’s ticking time bomb
Apr23

Syria is Australia’s ticking time bomb

Last week I was accused of using the Boston bombings to whip up hysteria about Islam with this post (https://bernardgaynor.com.au/asio-terror/). However, you will find no mention of the Boston bombings anywhere within it. That is because it was not about Boston. And I’m sure those ‘average American youths’ have done a good enough job of raising concerns about Islamic violence by their own hand without anyone needing to point the finger...

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Media Release: ASIO terror concern highlights need for immigration debate
Apr16

Media Release: ASIO terror concern highlights need for immigration debate

As I’ve written a number of times before, Australians urgently need to debate the pros and cons of continued Islamic immigration. News that ASIO is concerned that hundreds of Muslim Australians have gone to Syria to fight with radical Islamist groups highlights that this debate must be had. In my opinion, it is easier to keep the chilli powder in the can than trying to pick it out of the flour once it is dropped in. My latest...

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