I think I must be in love with Ray Hadley from Radio 2GB in Australia. I admit to having erotic dreams about Alan Jones. Yes, I only had one. No, I have not told my husband.
I love these leading talk show hosts because they fight for freedom. Every day, these men cover issues that most people would say does not belong in polite conversation.
The latest insanity comes from the Australian Defence Force. Well, it is Australian. It is not Defence. And it is not a Force, well perhaps a Force for Evil. You be the judge, mate. You be the judge.
As reported by Bernard Gaynor, earlier this year, the ADF appointed Mohammadu Nawas Saleem to be the first imam of the Australian Defence Force. This is so monumentally stupid that I can hardly contain the ire. Saleem’s job is to encourage more Islamic believers into the Australian army. There are more Muslims fighting with ISIS than are in the ADF. How is this even a thing?
Saleem has expressed support for sharia law in Australia. He has written an open letter proclaiming support for Hizb ut Tahrir, which rejects the Australian National Anthem and our flag, and which calls for an Islamic Army to impose sharia law in Australia and forbids Muslims from participating in Anzac Day Services.
“The Liberal government must also acknowledge that it has made an embarrassing mistake with our national security. Unless it does this, there can be no doubt that it is not serious about protecting Australia from the deadly threat that we face. It will also fail to show loyalty to the thousands of patriotic Australians who put their lives on the line for this country, and who do so believing the government has their back.”
And now – as Ray Hadley is reporting Sunday morning – the Australian Army Chaplains Badge now is deemed “offensive” to Muslims, because Saleem Says. This is insane and Defence Minister Marise Payne must be sacked or undergo an MRI to see if she has any brains at all.
“The motto of the Australian Army Chaplains is being changed to better reflect the diversity of religion throughout the Australian Army,” said a Defence spokesmanwoman.
This is why women should not be appointed to high position inside the military. They just don’t have what it takes. Gah.