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Prime Minister of Australia Kevin Rudd on muslim immigrants

Posted in conspiracy, government, opinions, political correctness, quotations by questionabletopic on Sunday, November 29, 2009


“Muslims who want to live under Islamic Sharia law were told on Wednesday to get out of Australia, as the government targeted radicals in a bid to head off potential terror attacks.

Separately, Howard angered some Australian Muslims on Wednesday by saying he supported spy agencies monitoring the nation’s mosques.

Quote: ‘IMMIGRANTS, NOT AUSTRALIANS, MUST ADAPT. Take It Or Leave It. I am tired of this nation worrying about whether we are offending some individual or their culture. Since the terrorist attacks on Bali , we have experienced a surge in patriotism by the majority of Australians.’

‘This culture has been developed over two centuries of struggles, trials and victories by millions of men and women who have sought freedom. We speak mainly ENGLISH, not Spanish, Lebanese, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, or any other language. Therefore, if you wish to become part of our society, Learn the Language!’

‘Most Australians believe in God. This is not some Christian, right wing, political push, but a fact, because Christian men and women, on Christian principles, founded this nation, and this is clearly documented. It is certainly appropriate to display it on the walls of our schools. If God offends you, then I suggest you consider another part of the world as your new home, because God is part of our culture.’

‘We will accept your beliefs, and will not question why. All we ask is that you accept ours, and live in harmony and peaceful enjoyment with us.’

‘This is OUR COUNTRY, OUR LAND, and OUR LIFESTYLE, and we will allow you every opportunity to enjoy all this. But once you are done complaining, whining, and griping about Our Flag, Our Pledge, Our Christian beliefs, or Our Way of Life, I highly encourage you take advantage of one other great Australian freedom, THE RIGHT TO LEAVE.’

‘If you aren’t happy here then LEAVE. We didn’t force you to come here. You asked to be here. So accept the country YOU accepted.’
Maybe if we circulate this , American citizens will find the backbone to start speaking and voicing the same truths.


Prime Minister John Howard angered some Australian Muslims on Wednesday by saying he supported spies monitoring the nation’s mosques.

A day after holding a summit with 13 moderate Australian Islamic leaders, Howard said the government had a right to know if parts of the Islamic community supported or preached violence, and he favoured infiltration of mosques and schools if needed.

Tuesday’s summit agreed to examine the training of imams and what is taught in Islamic schools as part of a crackdown on the propagation of extremist views in the name of Islam.


The situation in the Middle East now is nothing short of heartbreaking. The sense of optimism and hope that was clearly present in April and which I experienced, and might I say to demonstrate my understanding of how very committed to the peace process, not only the people of Israel but also the Jewish community here in Australia, I remember announcing for the first time on Melbourne radio that I would when visiting Israel, go and see the Chairman of the Palestinian Council, having previously been unwilling to invite him to visit Australia because I did not believe the peace process had advanced far enough. I was questioned about the wisdom, or perhaps the consistency of that decision and I responded to the interviewer to the effect that circumstances had changed and it was in the interests of the peace process that all of those who were friends and staunch allies of Israel, as well as acknowledging the legitimate aspirations of the people, the Palestinian people to have their independence, that we should all get together and do what we could to encourage the peace process. And I was greatly encouraged to know that later in the day I think both Mark Liebler and Colin Rubinstein rang the station to express support for the decision that I had taken. That demonstrated the passionate desire of the Jewish people of Australia as well as the desire of so many around the world to see the peace process succeed.

I was encouraged to go to visit Yasser Arafat. I was encouraged by the Government of Israel. I was accompanied on that visit by members of the Australian Jewish community. I still have a photograph of the Chairman, Isi Liebler and myself. It was a reminder of how close in a sense the world had got to achieving an absolutely wonderful breakthrough. And to see that now in great peril is of course tragic and heartbreaking to so many people.

But as Mark said we must not surrender hope because when you surrender hope than you are ultimately of course giving in to those who don’t ever want to see peace. I don’t believe any Prime Minister of Israel could have offered more than did Ehud Barak at Camp David. As Mark said he went 90% of the way in relation to territory and he was agreeable to joint suzerainty in relation to Jerusalem. It was an offer that should have been accepted and it is tragic in the extreme that it has not been accepted. But we must all of us who remain staunch and reliable friends and allies of Israel, we must all of us continue in our different ways to encourage diplomatically and otherwise the resumed move towards peace. In the end I believe there is a deep desire, certainly in the hearts of the people of Israel and I believe also in many Palestinian hearts for peace. That is what I find as I move amongst the different communities here in Australia. People are tired of the killing, they are tired of the terror, they are tired of the insecurity and they want a brighter future for their children. I believe Barak displayed very great courage and he should be encouraged for the efforts that he has so far displayed.

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  1. questionabletopic said, on Monday, November 30, 2009 at 11:19

    на жара в комментах

  2. questionabletopic said, on Monday, November 30, 2009 at 11:20

    но это все фигня, я вам сейчас покажу главное отличие в социо–поведенческих паттернах (дети, беременные — лесом!)

  3. meccakhanmd said, on Wednesday, May 26, 2010 at 12:06

    Hello! just wanted to say Hi!!

  4. Theo said, on Thursday, September 23, 2010 at 15:44

    AMEN !.

    • Alex Penkas said, on Saturday, July 14, 2012 at 23:37

      What a nasty hypocrite.
      At the same time he expects the muslems who immigrated to Australia either adapt to its culture or leave , he expects he Palestinians who harmed no one and their only mistake was accepting the immigrant jews while the whole world was hunting and exterminating them, and now that the zionists took over all of the historic Palestine he want the palestinians to vanish or accept a bit their own land and stay calm under the Israeli occupation………
      I guess such are his ethics, which can not be Christian by any means

      • Michael said, on Saturday, February 9, 2013 at 2:37

        The history of the middle east is mind blowing even to middle east experts and historians. What you’re saying is filled with assumptions that take years to prove. Even if Rudd is wrong about Palestine and Israel, he’s a damn hero; a hero I wish existed in the U.S.
        Politicians, by definition, must be hypocritical or they will not survive in their profession. There is not one single 100% politician in the whole world, because honest people who are not willing to sacrifice their values do not choose to become politicians. What’s important is that the politician has the correct view about what is happening around him/her. Rudd is correct. You don’t believe him, do a little more research about Muslims.
        Another thing: as Rudd mentions, Muslims do not have to adapt because they are Muslims, but because they live in Australia. Any other foreigner who goes there and wants to live there must adapt regardless of his/her gender, race, nationality, religion, etc. It’s 100% fair for Australians to demand immigrants to conforms to Australian norms. If Muslims are uncomfortable in Australia, they can leave. Why don’t they immigrate to Saudi Arabia?

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