Perhaps I could fix it for Turnbull in relation to Islamic violence, which is a greater danger than ever before. Here:
women non-Muslims does not always result in violence against women non-Muslims, but all violence against women non-Muslims begins with disrespecting women non-Muslims as sanctioned by the Koran and the Sunnah. We as leaders – as a government- must make it and we will make it a clear national objective of ours to ensure that Australia is more respecting of women non-Muslims. Non-Muslims Women must be respected. Disrespecting women non-Muslims is unacceptable. It is unacceptable at every level: at home, at the workplace; where ever. And I would say as parents, one of the most important things we must do is ensure that our sons Muslim children respect their mothers and their sisters non-Muslim friends. Because that is where this begins. It begins wi….It begins…. Violence against women non-Muslims begins with disrespecting women non-Muslims. So this is this is a big cultural shift. Of course the vast majority of men Muslims do respect women non-Muslims. But many do not…….
FIFY. Oh, wait. Somehow I don’t think Turnbull is going to say a word against Muslims. When Turnbull praises Muslims, he actually fears its followers, and no wonder. Andrew Bolt reports the following.
On August 9 this year, about 300 leading figures in Australia’s Muslim community gathered for a dinner at the Waterview reception centre in the Sydney suburb of Homebush.
While the Grand Mufti of Australia, Ibrahim Abu Mohamed, sat at his table, the evening was not about him — instead it was about feting Sheik Abdul Salam Zoud, one of the leading candidates to be the next grand mufti.
Zoud is a Salafist — until a year ago a prominent member of Ahlus Sunnah wal Jamaah, an extremist Salafist organisation with strong Wahhabi inclinations. He was educated at the Islamic University of Medina in Saudi Arabia, the spiritual home of Wahhabism — a hardline sect of Islam from which emerged al-Qa’ida and Osama bin Laden, the mastermind of the September 11 attacks in the US.
Don’t expect Turnbull to say a word of protest.
Like a drunk wearing the proverbial wobbly boot, Turnbull’s judgement could not be worse, nor his political timing.
I have discussed previous Turnbull timing troubles here, where he looked like the dog who caught the bus it was chasing.
Now, his latest effort to turn over his MPs to the spooks is just one of two more high speed wobbles.
Now, it seems that after calling on all Australians, in September of this year, to accept the cultural shift that disrespecting women leads to domestic violence (setting aside the 40% of DV victims who are abused men). From the video:
Disrespecting women does not always result in violence against women, but all violence against women begins with disrespecting women. We as leaders – as a government- must make it and we will make it a clear national objective of ours to ensure that Australia is more respecting of women. Women must be respected. Disrespecting women is unacceptable. It is unacceptable at every level: at home, at the workplace; where ever. And I would say as parents, one of the most important things we must do is ensure that our sons respect their mothers and their sisters. Because that is where this begins. It begins wi….It begins…. Violence against women begins with disrespecting women. So this is this is a big cultural shift. Of course the vast majority of men do respect women. But many do not…….
But this week, Turnbull handed out an award for best non-fiction book this week Darleen Bungy and John Olsen, who, er, actually documented his angry attack against his third wife. Its gets worse, with a knife being hid under his wife’s bed sheets for suspected cheating. Do read it all.
Turnbull announced the prize without commenting on the content or context of the work, within three months of his grandstanding on the issue of domestic violence against women.