Tag Archives: Islam

Foreign Spies in Australia – who is surprised?

While many of Australia’s elite class are busy promoting gay culture and policing the thoughts of ordinary Australians, foreign spies are having the time of their lives connecting with them.

ASIO uncovers sleeper agent running spy ring

Simon Benson, The Australian, 24 February 2020

ASIO has revealed it uncovered a “sleeper” agent running a major spy ring and providing logistical and financial support for ­foreign agents engaged in intelligence-gathering missions and harassing dissidents in Australia.

The domestic security agency has also apprehended an increasing number of spies entering or trying to enter the country as it warns that more foreign agents are operating on Australian soil than during the height of the Cold War.

Without directly naming China or other countries known to engage aggressively in espionage, there were cases where “hostile ­intelligence services” had directly threatened Australians, with the country now being targeted by several foreign governments.

Read on…

Eastern European resistance to Islamization

‘Europe has Christian roots, and if it cuts itself off from those roots, it will lose not only its identity, but also its greatness and goodness…’

‘Something is stirring in Eastern Europe. There are numerous signs that a resistance is building against both the soft tyranny of the EU, and the hard tyranny of Islam which is being imported by the EU elites…’

If you’ve ever seen Casablanca, you won’t have forgotten the scene in Rick’s Cafe where the German officers who are singing “Die Wacht am Rhein” are drowned out by the French patrons who burst into a rousing rendition of the “Marseillaise.”

Something similar happened last week at the National Opera in Cluj Napoca, Romania. A “multicultural” opera that included a Muslim muezzin chanting the call to prayer was interrupted by members of the audience singing the national anthem.

The Romanian national anthem is not quite as rousing as “La Marseillaise” (at least, not to the non-Romanian ear), and the singers were not as talented as the cast of Casablanca, but the sentiments were the same—namely, that tyranny must be resisted.  Read on…