The Islamic unrest has now reached Australia, with major rioting in Sydney on Saturday afternoon. This is just one of the many articles about those riots. Of note here is that shocking second image shown below of the young boy holding the placard….TonyfromOz.
All of this in multicultural Sydney:
Police have used tear gas on Sydney protesters who swept through the CBD as world-wide demonstrations triggered by a US film portraying the prophet Muhammad as a womaniser and paedophile reached Australia.
Up to 500 protesters stormed through the city… The crowd carried signs saying “Behead all those who insult the prophet”…
Fairfax Media saw a number of arrests and seriously injured protesters. One protester being taken away by ambulance spat at officers and chanted “Allahu Akbar”.
Also being brandished by heavies in the crowd: the black flag of jihad, the green flag of the Hamas terrorist outfit and a sign “we love Osama”.
The Daily Telegraph reports:
Photos posted on social networking site Twitter show police, possibly from the Public Order and Riot Squad injured and assaulted.
RACHAEL BROWN: Do you also object to the killings of the ambassador and three other people in Libya?
SAIFUL ISLAM: See, the thing with these killings and what is happening, obviously this was going to be expected. Obviously when you do something like this it’s going to ignite and it’s going to cause violence.
RACHAEL BROWN: So you’re not surprised there were deaths?
SAIFUL ISLAM: I’m not surprised at all, I’m expecting obviously more carnage and more violence, and it’s going to escalate.
I don’t think multiculturalism is working out as promised. I’m not sure admitting many more Muslims to Australia is smart until we are sure we’ve assimilated those already here. UPDATE
What religion inspires protesters to do this:
Witnessing all this, here’s how the Sydney Morning Herald sums it up, and this link has a short video opening at the top of the column and further images.
Andrew Bolt’s columns appear in Melbourne’s Herald Sun, Sydney’s Daily Telegraph and Adelaide’s Advertiser. He runs the most-read political blog in Australia and hosts Channel 10’s The Bolt Report each Sunday at 10am, and his book Still Not Sorry remains very widely read.