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GEERT UP! GEERT DOWN! GEERT WILDERS!

Mike
I find it sadly amusing that those from your end of the political spectrum who are so uptight about Christianity are so afraid of any criticism of Islam, especially when you consider how antithetical Islam is to so many aspects of modern society that you champion, things like homosexuality and Gay marriage, the equality of women, tolerance of religious diversity are all soundly denounced by both Islamic scripture and contemporary Islamic scholars and Imams. Add to that rampant Anti-Semitism, intimidation of those criticise or lampoon the faith and dreams of Jihad and there is a great deal that any progressive should be willing to criticise. That those like yourself are scared of anyone, like Geert Wilders who tells it like it is and points out the folly of ignoring the implications of Islam in our societies suggest that the cleansing effect of sunshine needs to be shone upon both Islam and those who are so willing to be its apologists and enablers.

Cheers Comrades

Update

I come back to the computer after a lay down and find that Mike has not only deleted the post that I re-blogged but the entire content of his blog!

The only post there now is this:

BRB.

Yeah, no, sorry, it’s just too painful/stressful/aggravating to write about Australian politics. Solidly European stuff now. Anything even vaguely political will be on The Drum/The Punch/National Times.

When challenged:

BRB1

My oh My how is that for Lefty cowardice?

Cheers againComrades

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15 Comments

  1. GD says:

    I read his blog post. I hope you’ve kept it. It is priceless!

    From memory:

    Aussies, Arabs, Asians and Africans should gather outside Wilders’ venue and hold a halal barbie.

    Hang on a minute, halal? Why halal? Will this multicultural barbie include alcohol? Are gay Aussies, Asians and Africans invited? Are bikinied women invited, straight from Bondi Beach?

    I thought not.

    This is yet another example of the left’s Pollyanna vision of a utopia that is impossible to achieve while the same leftards make allowances and apologies for the currently most vicious social regime on the planet.

    It’s not Geert Wilders who needs admonition, it is the primitive, archaic culture of Islam that needs redressing.

    Unfortunately, leftards myopically refuse to see this.

  2. Iain Hall says:

    Sadly GD I didn’t expect him to get a big dose of the collywobbles and as such I did not keep a copy of his very naive post which was actually unintentionally funny.
    His last comment there is a beauty to

    Iain, there’s no contradiction. I was raised Anglican and have worked in the Lutheran and Roman Catholic systems. My wife is a Catholic and we try to get to a mass in every large cathedral we come across over here. I dont much make that public, since I’m fairly private about my faith, but there you go.

    That does not mean that I cannot criticize aspects of the church, especially elements that seek to mix church and state.

    I don’t criticize Islam all that much – this is true. There’s a couple of reasons for that – there’s a lot of people who know a lot more about it than I do, and I don’t feel like I can comment on it in the same way I can about religious education in schools. The other reason is, I don’t feel as passionate about it, nor do I see it as quite the threat you do.

    I’d be happy to have a good-natured argue with you, were it on the occasional basis and I could trust you not to turn it into some kind of point-scoring blog battle.

    However, I note that you’ve already thrown up my post on your blog in some kind of attempt to feel big about yourself. I dare say you’ll put this response up too.

    Iain, there’s plenty of evidence to suggest that you are what is termed ‘vexatious’. Some would say your activities verge on stalking. You cannot be trusted, in any way shape or form to contribute to intelligent debate.

    This is not about intelligent debate for you – you do it for the thrill of it, for winding people up.

    Therefore, from this point on, any comments that you make on my blog will be deleted. I will set up a filter to divert any to the trash, where I will never, ever see them. Any e-mails you send me will go straight to the trash. Any attempts to provoke a rise out of me through libelous material will result in the appropriate action being taken. If you start tweeting at me, well, you’ll be blocked and reported for spam.

    None of that constitutes a threat – merely a clear explanation of the process that will be followed should you try to contact me.

    I don’t bear you any malice, Iain, but I know what you do and the kinds of things you’re capable of. I’m just not interested in playing games with you. I have a great life, I enjoy what I do and I feel that I deserve the right not to have to constantly deal with someone trying to get a rise out of me.

    There are more than enough bloggers for you out there to spam. My suggestion is you go find someone else to bother. You won’t find anything here.

    Is that delusional or what?

  3. Damian says:

    Might be time – finally – to get a life, Iain, and stop being a troll.

  4. Iain Hall says:

    Damian
    Gee who would have thought that you would pop up here?
    As it happens I have a life and it has a simple mission which is to shine the light of truth into the darkness, that you creatures of the night are total photophobes is a source of great amusement to me.
    I just wanted to argue with his rather shallow premise in the post in question and I did so without getting at all personal. Clearly he must have realised that I had a point about the contradiction between his repeated attacks upon Christianity in general and the school chaplaincy scheme in particular and his “free pass” to Islam and he did not have any defensible counter argument so he has deleted all of his blog content instead. As I said in my update its a sad example of political cowardice and yet you think that I should stand admonished?
    Try and find some objectivity Matey

  5. Damian says:

    Iain, Mike didn’t delete his post because you had proven yourself his intellectual and moral superior. He deleted it because you’re a nuisance and he wants you to fuck off and leave him alone. (Sentiments I know you have heard before.)

    “I just wanted to argue…”

    That’s right. It’s all you ever do. Without end. And that’s why you’re the biggest pest on the internet, the butt of jokes, and an object of derision. Yet something in your brain tells you that you’re right and everyone else is wrong.

    Hence you suggest I find some objectivity, when it’s clearly you who needs to step back and take a look at himself.

  6. Iain Hall says:

    Damian

    Iain, Mike didn’t delete his post because you had proven yourself his intellectual and moral superior. He deleted it because you’re a nuisance and he wants you to fuck off and leave him alone. (Sentiments I know you have heard before.)

    How can you substantiate this claim?
    Are you privy to his reasoning?
    Further he could have easily just banned me if it was just a case of wanting me to “fuck off”.

    “I just wanted to argue…”

    That’s right. It’s all you ever do. Without end.

    Isn’t that what blogging is all about? Arguing the toss and chewing the fat of life and politics?

    And that’s why you’re the biggest pest on the internet, the butt of jokes, and an object of derision. Yet something in your brain tells you that you’re right and everyone else is wrong.

    I know that I am sometimes wrong about things Damian but on this occasion I am rather sure that I’m right about the topic and that Sutchbury is dead wrong.

    Hence you suggest I find some objectivity, when it’s clearly you who needs to step back and take a look at himself.

    Hmm I got told the other day, by someone I respect, that my actions show great moral consistency so you telling me to this is a joke.

  7. Ray Dixon says:

    As I recall, the stoush between Iain & Stuchbery started over a post Stuchbery wrote in which he directly and falsely accused Iain of dobbing the tweeting tram driver, Andy Blume, into the Herald Sun. I also recall Stuchbery failed to withdraw or apologise for his false and defamatory allegations. And I also recall that he allowed further derogatory, false and defamatory comments from one ‘Travis Bickle’ of the now deleted Stalk Watch in the same thread, directed at Iain and yours truly and including a link to the filthy, anonymous stalking blog. It was only after several requests (read demands) that Stuchbery finally (and sheepishly) removed ‘Bickle’s’ slander.

    That being the case, Damian, it raises the question of …. WTF has this got to do with you?

  8. Iain Hall says:

    I had forgotten about that connection with Sutchbury Ray but it does explain his paranoia a bit!

  9. Damian says:

    I’m just hear to shine light on the darkness, Roy. What has it got to do with you?

  10. Iain Hall says:

    Damian

    I’m just hear to shine light on the darkness, Roy. What has it got to do with you?

    That is a bizarre thing to say Damian

  11. Ray Dixon says:

    The name is Ray, Damian. And you’re only here to be a troll. And a hypocritical one at that – I mean, your Internet behaviour is all above board, right? No slagging off at others, no stalking and no setting up false Twitter accounts? Good for you.

  12. Iain Hall says:

    Ray
    I think That Damian is commenting from his phone which probably has the auto-complete, which is a good example of how the so called “smart phones” make everyone look dumber.
    Speaking of dumber can you imagine anyone not understanding the distinction between “here” and “hear”? in another place a certain idiot is suggesting that my citing “hear” as a spelling mistake is wrong!

  13. Richard Ryan says:

    Now what has all of this got to do with the price of fish at Woy-Woy?

  14. You’re welcome to comment on my blog, Iain. I’d say you’re also welcome to reblog me, but my blog is hosted by Go Daddy. But I suppose you could easily cut and paste my work on to your blog.

    I don’t judge many people by their distant past, and you appear to be fairly harmless these days.

    I’d say you’re totally harmless, but your take on “poofters” and the ladies probably isn’t helping Tony Abbott or your mate from Queensland, Bob Hatter.

    And being as harmless as you are, I admire your devotion to blogging, even if it is a bit delusional.

    There isn’t much on my blog as yet, but I’m about to start studying Professional Writing and Editing at Gippsland TAFE, so I expect to post all kinds of writing there.

    And I won’t be wasting my time on Twitter anymore, so I should have more time to blog.

    Twitter suspended me a few times for sending a few “unsolicited” tweets they incorrectly deemed “aggressive”. It’s possible they’ve been corrupted by Gillard’s new guidelines for social media companies, I reckon.

    michaelhudson.me

    P.S. I think I told you a while back that I was charged for threatening to bomb the offices of The Age. Well, the bomb hoax charge was dropped. I’m still going to court on Thursday to face serious charges, however, so I might not be able to study or blog any time soon.

    P.S. Using WordPress.org ain’t easier, but all things considered I do recommend you go with Go Daddy, Daddy. I think it cost me under $100 for a basic 12 month deal. There’s many more themes available. Using an app called Jetpack you can import all the features on WordPress.com to a WordPress.org account. And my category cloud widget is pretty damn cool, I must say.

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