Aussie rant

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  1. Now that is excactly the attitude that makes me want to emmigrate there and embrace the Aussie way of life completely.

    I got married out there a year ago and my wife fell in love with the place as well. So here hopeing that in about 5 -10 years we'll be out there and away from Blair, Brown and the rest of the scum that ruin this country.
  2. This thread will take off very soon, I am sure.

    Following the raid in London last week, the Islamic community really has to take a good look at itself and not bleat about victimisation. There is no doubt that the majority of the current terrorist threat comes from within the Islamic world and the best way of ending the perceived anti-Muslim stance of the security services is to counsel the radical elements in the community against taking terrorist action. This has to include rhetoric, which is why Abu Hamza and co should expect deportation at the very minimum.

    Advance - Australia Fair!!
  3. This similar to what I recieved in Canada last September



    Canadians need to adopt a similar stance!!

    Our country- YOU Have the right- the right to leave

    After Sydney not wanting to offend other cultures by not putting up Xmas decorations/lights. After hearing that the state of South Australia changed its opinion and let a Muslim woman have her picture on her drivers license with her face covered prompted this editorial written by an Australian citizen.

    Published in an Australian newspaper.



    “ 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.

    However, the dust from the attacks had barely settled when the “politically correct†crowd began complaining about the possibility that our patriotism was offending others. I am not against immigration nor do I hold a grudge against anyone who is seeking a better life by coming to Australia. However there are a few things that those who have recently come to our country, and apparently some born here, need to understand. This idea of Australia being a multicultural community has served only to dilute our sovereignty and our national identity.

    As Australians, we have our own culture, our own society, our own language and our own lifestyle. This culture has been developed over centuries of struggles,trials,and victories by millions of men and women who have sought freedom.

    We speak 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!!

    “In God We Trust†is our National Motto. This is not some Christian, right wing, political slogan. We adopted this motto 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. If the Southern Cross offends you, or you don’t like “A Fair Go†then you should seriously considera move to another part of this planet.

    We are happy with our culture and have no desire to change, and we really don’t care how you did things where you came from.

    This is OUR COUNTRY,OUR LAND, and OUR LIFESTYLE, and we will allow you every opportunity to enjoy this. But once you are done complaining, whining and griping, about OUR FLAG, OUR PLEDGE, OUR NATIONAL MOTTO or OUR WAY OF LIFE.

    I highly encourage you to take advantage of one other great Australian freedom.

  4. In this country the BNP must be rubbing their hands with glee,were really between a rock and a hard place.perhaps this is what scares the pollies.
  5. There is a certain irony about countries founded on immigration and cultural brutality complaining about people immigrating to them in such a beligerent way.
  6. And a dash of hypocrisy from people who cheer those complaints who themselves wish to become immigrants and aid in the spread of their own culture to a land that was conquered.

    I could not imagine surendering my right to live in this country because of a perceived threat from others, that would only make me a refugee.
  7. Have you ever been to Australia? If you had then I think you would realise why I want to live there and work there.

    Makes this place look like a shit hole.
  8. **** all to do in Aus?

    What apart from surfing,diving, yahcting, flying, skiing
    The fact that they love every sport and not shitty football
    Some of the best food and wine in the world.
    Great working attitude
    A tough shit attitude to PC
    Great scenery, great drinking

    The reason aussies are over here is to make shitloads of cash and take it back home with a 3 to 1 exchange rate. And on the whole I didnt meet many small minded and ignorant people....which was a nice change.

    Oh yeah and it's closer to Hong Kong and Singers, my next 2 favorite places in the world.
  9. I'm as big a fan of Oz as anyone, but you can find all of those things here. :)
  10. How I love to paraphrase hypocritical documents in an ironic way! Shipmates, please re-read as below:

  11. Yeah, apart from the skiing, clear diving conditions (with interesting fish etc) only a handfull of GREAT surfing (have to wear winter rig usualy)
    There is only one sport according to the moron media, PC has taken over our lives. Ohhhh don't work people too hard or they might sue. etc etc etc

    And I'll take VB over Carling anyday, And Ive only found one decent english wine compared to stacks in Aus.
  12. I have no problems with people wishing to emmigrate because they have found a place and culture they love and wish to assimilate. But to start mouthing off about how bad the place they wish to leave is is very likely to ruffle a few feathers.
  13. Whilst Nozzy's spoof on the Oz debate is pretty apt, the current Australians are not responsible for the mistakes of their European forebears. This is the 21st century in the Christian calendar, 20th post Mohammed and I wish that UK plc would take the same stance towards any of the ethnic minorities in cosmopolitan GB whose aim is to take over our society.

    I do not believe in God, nor do I want any religion to tell me what to do or believe, but I respect those to whom God is important. Good is more important, so if you don't like our way of life, find somewhere else to live. That's all the Aussies are saying and I agree.
  14. CTD, the current Australians may not have been responsible for past mistakes but they clearly benefit from them. It seems pretty hypocritical to decry the abuses committed elsewhere if you do not recognise the stains of your own history.

    Also I love this paranoid feeling people have about groups wanting to take over other other groups. There are the loud mouths who shout about their "rigthts" and their "god", but most members of any ethnic minority just wants to be left alone and allowed to prosper in the land they settled in. Only problem is that the stories of these individuals don't sell papers.

    By the way, even some christians are ofended by the cross as a way of remembering Jesus Christ. Why not do like the french and say no to all religious artifacts in public? Have designated religion areas like there are smoking areas. I would love to see whorshippers of all faiths herded into one corner so that the rest of us don't have to inhale any second-hand religion.
  15. And to continue my rant I wish to quote from OldSnowy who posted this on the ARRSE thread that this is being linked to:

    "Most of the UK is made up of immigrants – before the USA came along we were probably the most varied national mix of people anywhere. Huguenots, Jews, Irish, Chinese, Cypriots, Ugandan Asians, to name a few all have integrated well. Why don’t others want to? My view is that they probably do, but those who are against it are being supported by a liberal bunch of self-loathing *******, paid for by the public purse."

    What better way to keep the masses from asking awkward questions than to focus peoples attentions on a scapegoat. I seem to recall that this worked quite well for some Austrian fellow in the first half the 20th century untill he blew his brains out in some bunker.
  16. How have we benefited from the mistreatment of the Aboriginals 200 years ago? How do you suggest we make amends? Other than issue a formal Government apology for the excesses of our forebearers over 200 years ago, what else? What practical amends can be made? Compensation? Some of the claims cannot possibly be met. The members of one tribe claim Sydney as their ancestorial home and want it back. Do you propose it is a reality that 4 million people be relocated? Also your knowledge of the history of Australia is limited. We are just about to deal with a similar problem here that they faced over 100 years ago that led to the calls for a Govt apology. That is widespread abuse of Aboriginal women and children by Aboriginal men. Polititians are afraid to make decisions for fear of being labeled racist yet we stand by and allow children and women beaten and raped.

    Australia has a massive immigration plan attracting people from all over the world. All it demands is that everyone goes through the approved process. Its tough illegal immigrant policies actually protect the integrity of the proper immigration process.

    Nobody here is herding any group or religion into a corner. All residents are free to worship their god in their way. All the Govt says is that they must live within the rules of this nation and not drag us down into the swamp that was the nation they escaped from.

    BeerBad, I can only imagine you are quite satisfied with the way things are re immigration in the uk then?
  17. BeerBad also said:

    Are you comparing Howard to Hitler? You need to get seriously in touch with what is really going on mate. Many Muslims in Australia are concerned with calls for Shia law and I suspect that below the surface in the UK it is the same.
  18. The current Australians may not be responsible for the original treatment of the Aboriginal people but they have managed to perpetuate it quite well. After all for most Australians 'Abo' is still a term of derision.

    Having said that I don't disagree that the present majority population has the right to set down the rules for new immigrants and point out that if the new arrivals find these oppressive they may be better looking elsewhere.


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