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    Terrorism arrives in Australia.

    Just hang the cunts and make an example of them.
    Australian police arrest 18 on terrorism charges

    Australian security forces arrested several men in a series of dawn raids in Melbourne on Tuesday on suspicion of planning a suicide attack on an Australian army base, the Australian newspaper said on its website.



    Published: 11:09PM BST 03 Aug 2009


    Police swooped on a suspected terror cell which had been spotted carrying out surveillance of army bases in Sydney and southern Victoria state, the daily said.
    "Authorities believe the group is at an advanced stage of preparing to storm an Australian army base, using automatic weapons, as punishment for Australia's military involvement in Muslim countries," The Australian said in its unsourced report.


    "It is understood the men plan to kill as many soldiers as possible before they are themselves killed."
    The cell is believed to number 18, including Australian nationals of Somalian and Lebanese descent, the paper added.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dug
    Just hang the cunts and make an example of them.
    Now now lets have a bit of 'cultural sensitivity' they should be stoned to death surely, or be beheaded and a grainy film of the sick event posted on youtube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy dog View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dug
    Just hang the cunts and make an example of them.
    Now now lets have a bit of 'cultural sensitivity' they should be stoned to death surely, or be beheaded and a grainy film of the sick event posted on youtube.

    Should there be a trial first or would that be a waste of time/money?

    BTW, the title is pretty misleading.

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    Or something like this.
    Once in U.S. history an episode of Islamic terrorism was very quickly stopped. It happened in the Philippines about 1911, when Gen. John J. Pershing was in command of the garrison. There had been numerous Islamic terrorist attacks, so "Black Jack" told his boys to catch the perps and teach them a lesson.
    Forced to dig their own graves, the terrorists were all tied to posts, execution style. The U.S. soldiers then brought in pigs and slaughtered them, rubbing their bullets in the blood and fat. Thus, the terrorists were terrorized; they saw that they would be contaminated with hogs' blood. This would mean that they could not enter Heaven, even if they died as terrorist martyrs.
    All but one was shot, their bodies dumped into the grave, and the hog guts dumped atop the bodies. The lone survivor was allowed to escape back to the terrorist camp and tell his brethren what happened to the others. This brought a stop to terrorism in the Philippines for the next 50 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dug View Post
    Or something like this.
    Once in U.S. history an episode of Islamic terrorism was very quickly stopped. It happened in the Philippines about 1911, when Gen. John J. Pershing was in command of the garrison. There had been numerous Islamic terrorist attacks, so "Black Jack" told his boys to catch the perps and teach them a lesson.
    Forced to dig their own graves, the terrorists were all tied to posts, execution style. The U.S. soldiers then brought in pigs and slaughtered them, rubbing their bullets in the blood and fat. Thus, the terrorists were terrorized; they saw that they would be contaminated with hogs' blood. This would mean that they could not enter Heaven, even if they died as terrorist martyrs.
    All but one was shot, their bodies dumped into the grave, and the hog guts dumped atop the bodies. The lone survivor was allowed to escape back to the terrorist camp and tell his brethren what happened to the others. This brought a stop to terrorism in the Philippines for the next 50 years.
    ^ Like most of the hype surrounding terrorism, this is BS:
    General 'Black Jack' Pershing vs. Muslim Terrorists - Netlore Archive

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    Actually snopes judges it 'undetermined' but quite likely, considering John Pershings general M.O.
    snopes.com: Pershing and Pigs
    Geez, I dunno, who you gonna believe.

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    ^^ yes - but it gets tards wet in the fork just promulgating it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dug View Post
    Or something like this.
    Once in U.S. history an episode of Islamic terrorism was very quickly stopped. It happened in the Philippines about 1911, when Gen. John J. Pershing was in command of the garrison. There had been numerous Islamic terrorist attacks, so "Black Jack" told his boys to catch the perps and teach them a lesson.
    Forced to dig their own graves, the terrorists were all tied to posts, execution style. The U.S. soldiers then brought in pigs and slaughtered them, rubbing their bullets in the blood and fat. Thus, the terrorists were terrorized; they saw that they would be contaminated with hogs' blood. This would mean that they could not enter Heaven, even if they died as terrorist martyrs.
    All but one was shot, their bodies dumped into the grave, and the hog guts dumped atop the bodies. The lone survivor was allowed to escape back to the terrorist camp and tell his brethren what happened to the others. This brought a stop to terrorism in the Philippines for the next 50 years.
    Well that's a touching story of an occupying military force using barbarity to show the natives the error of their, errm, barbaric ways.

    However it appears to be a pile of pig poo:
    At the urban legends website they have an article debunking the myth:

    “I consulted Dr. Frank E. Vandiver, professor of history at Texas A&M University and author of “Black Jack: The Life and Times of John J. Pershing,” to find out if there’s any truth to the above, and he responded via email that in his opinion the story is apocryphal. “I never found any indication that it was true in extensive research on his Moro experiences,” Vandiver responded. “This kind of thing would have run completely against his character.”

    Similarly, I been unable to find any evidence corroborating the claim that Muslims believe that “eating or touching a pig, its meat, its blood, etc., is to be instantly barred from paradise and doomed to hell.”

    It is true that Islamic dietary restrictions, like those of Judaism, forbid the eating or handling of pork because pigs are considered unclean. But according to Raeed Tayeh of the American Muslim Association in North America, the notion that a Muslim would be denied entrance to heaven for touching a pig is “ridiculous.” (Source: About.com)

    It seems that as much as some would like to use the Pershing myth to determine American policy towards Muslims as a whole today it may be that General Pershing was never involved in any such incident. No matter how much eulogising is done by the Islam haters of the incident that fact will remain true.

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    The Muslims may get their holy war if they keep making so many "friends" around the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dug View Post
    Actually snopes judges it 'undetermined' but quite likely, considering John Pershings general M.O.
    snopes.com: Pershing and Pigs
    Geez, I dunno, who you gonna believe.
    Even though you dunno, didn't stop you posting it in the first place. Funny how it first appeared shortly after Sept 11, about the same time as the term Al Quadea came into common usage.

    Try Googling Al Quadea and see if you can find a report from pre Sept 11. Good luck!

    Australia is desperate to find home grown terrorist plots in order to justify it's involvement in the war on terror and draconian laws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smithson
    Australia is desperate to find home grown terrorist plots in order to justify it's involvement in the war on terror and draconian laws. Smithson is online now Add to Smithson's Reputation Report Post
    No need for any justification on the Ozzie front as Islamic extremism and it's terror does that for them. Well done the Ozzies in rounding up yet another gang plotting to murder innocent people in the misguided belief that it's the will of god.

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    Gotta love this woman, Muslims hate her of course, she being a former member of the cult:


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    I personally never agreed with Australia's involvement in what the American's were doing in the Middle East but at the end of the day our allegiances are tied to America's apron strings.

    We have virtually no army to protect our vast shoreline and mineral resources and my homeland will be a target for those that need those resources in the very near future.

    Then we will need America's support but I worry that the Americans may be the one to come and get us.

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    Funny how so many people are anti-American yet when they have a problem they want our help. Just look at the Iranians calling for us to help them after the elections. I'm an American and I'm not proud of everything my country does, but I think most of us want to help. How do we help when our methods and motivations will always be questioned?

    My thinking is we're all on this Earth together and we'd better learn how to work together or we're really going to be in trouble when space and resources become too scarce for us to avoid each other.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smithson View Post

    Australia is desperate to find home grown terrorist plots in order to justify it's involvement in the war on terror and draconian laws.
    So what, you think they manufactured this threat? or that they should just wait until an attack occurs?
    What would have your reaction been if the U.S. had done this and rounded up the 911 attackers before they carried out their attack, sympathy for the poor terrorist plotters I suppose. Better to just let them carry on with their plan rather than inconvenience the poor dears.
    Good an the Aussies for getting these guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mordred View Post
    Funny how so many people are anti-American yet when they have a problem they want our help.
    It's funny how the US seems to only 'help' those when it directly benefits US interests.
    Just look at the Iranians calling for us to help them after the elections.
    You what now? What's all this about, I don't recall that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mordred
    Just look at the Iranians calling for us to help them after the elections
    I'm clueless as to what you're talking about. The Iranian government asked for American help?

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    Meanwhile back in the Uk the cops think they have the answer to Islamic non integration:

    Police exercise labelled 'gimmick' after officers spend day dressed in full burkhas | Mail Online

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    ^ What I think is that the threat of terrorism is blown out of proportion for political purposes and has become an irrational fear for many. The Australian media is playing this up as if a major sleeper cell and plot has been uncovered, but the only evidence referred to is some taped phone calls and sms messages. Somehow I doubt they were sending messages like 'When are you free for the attack'.

    After 911 there were heaps of high publicity arrests in the US, 'sleeper cells' and 'worldwide networks' were referred to. Almost all the cases were thrown out of court. Evidence included stuff like home video of a Disneyland trip and the view from a hotel room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mordred
    Funny how so many people are anti-American yet when they have a problem they want our help
    If you are referring to me mordred I can only call it as I see it and believe that many millions may agree with me.

    Moreover Australia's participation in various wars over the last 7 decades was orchestrated by the fact we had to become involved or risk the chance of not receiving support if and when we need it.

    I doubt that Australia's decision to become involved in the Iraq War had anything to do with what Bush was claiming. They were told to do so and the then Australian Government agreed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    I doubt that Australia's decision to become involved in the Iraq War had anything to do with what Bush was claiming.
    Are you referring to his claim that god told him to invade?

    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    They were told to do so and the then Australian Government agreed.
    When Alexander Downing was asked if Australia would play a role in the US missile defence system, he inadvertently answered, "I don't know, we haven't been told yet"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smithson View Post
    ^ What I think is that the threat of terrorism is blown out of proportion for political purposes and has become an irrational fear for many. The Australian media is playing this up as if a major sleeper cell and plot has been uncovered, but the only evidence referred to is some taped phone calls and sms messages. Somehow I doubt they were sending messages like 'When are you free for the attack'.

    After 911 there were heaps of high publicity arrests in the US, 'sleeper cells' and 'worldwide networks' were referred to. Almost all the cases were thrown out of court. Evidence included stuff like home video of a Disneyland trip and the view from a hotel room.
    Exactly. Fewer than 100 people have died from terrorism in Britain in the last decade. More people die falling out of bed yet the government has spent 10s of billions of pounds fighting this illusion and has embarked on an unprecedented erosion of civil liberties. It's a massive land grab by the state for resources and power. It's wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    If you are referring to me mordred I can only call it as I see it and believe that many millions may agree with me.
    Millions eh?? Link? If so, they're all members of the tin foil brigade..
    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    Moreover Australia's participation in various wars over the last 7 decades was orchestrated by the fact we had to become involved or risk the chance of not receiving support if and when we need it.
    Agreed........Those concepts of "friendship" and give and take are foreign to many with a more loosely formed, varying definition. Instead they'd rather just take advantage and a free ride while it suits them and not keep up their end of the bargain when the time comes for pay back.. Fortunately the majority of good Australians don't see it that way..

    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    I doubt that Australia's decision to become involved in the Iraq War had anything to do with what Bush was claiming. They were told to do so and the then Australian Government agreed.
    damn those thoughtless sheep!!!
    Last edited by DrivingForce; 04-08-2009 at 01:56 PM.

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    I for one am glad they were caught, the Aussie military are doing a fine job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan
    Fewer than 100 people have died from terrorism in Britain in the last decade.
    I guess you can conveniently throw out your IRA history that predates that period?? Terrorism by any other name??

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