Islam in Europe

More bad news from Belgium

Belgium, along with other European countries is witnessing its way of life, gradually being eradicated, due to the threat of terrorism. This is an evil, that is homegrown as well as hostile to the very concept of European democracy and values. http://edition.cnn.com/2015/12/30/europe/belgium-terror-scare/index.html?sr=fbCNN123015belgium-terror-scare0915PMVODtopLink&linkId=20000150

Islamic apologism and the persecution of dissenters

‘Most Syrian refugees are not terrorists’

The title of this post is another position portrayed by the left which may be accurate, however it also acts to reveal the disastrous flaws that would exist as a consequence of any potential intake of Syrian refugees. The statement ‘Most Syrian refugees are not terrorists’, is absolutely true, and there are few people that… Continue reading ‘Most Syrian refugees are not terrorists’

Islamic apologism and the persecution of dissenters

More Islamic terrorism

So often, victims of Islamic terrorism, are Muslims, as often stated, as a point of argument, to divert criticism away from undeniable links between Islam and terrorism. Nonethless, the reason why so many Muslims are killed by Islamist groups, rightly or wrongly, is because they are adjudged to be guilty of apostasy, for which the… Continue reading More Islamic terrorism

Capitalism vs Communism

My issue with how Communism is framed

In virtually all circumstances, when a socialist regime is established, it has far reaching and detrimental implications for all who fall under its influence. I say this in particular, as yesterday I visited the ‘Terror House’ museum in Budapest, Hungary. The museum has an especially fascinating history, as during the Nazi occupation of Hungary, the… Continue reading My issue with how Communism is framed

International aid

Why Australia should cut Indonesia’s aid

After the execution of convicted Australian drug traffickers, Andrew Chan and Myruan Sukumuran in April of this year, tensions between Australia and Indonesia have been high. To express ‘it’s displeasure’, as according to foreign minister Julie Bishop, Australia temporarily withdrew its ambassador from Indonesia. Despite the 2 men being rehabilitated, as well as Australia’s enormous… Continue reading Why Australia should cut Indonesia’s aid