CALL TO ACTION – No Moslems in Parliament

YOUR LETTER OF 'MY WILL' (to copy & paste).

 

MY WILL Letters get action – Please inform the Governor General, Prime Minister, your Federal Member and State Senators.

 

Dear (Federal MP’s Name)

 

I know that it is my duty to keep you informed of MY WILL on anything that comes before Parliament, or should come before Parliament.

 

It is MY WILL that you take immediate action to honour our Constitution and protect the citizens of Australia by removing any moslem from political office and for future, bar any moslem to be elected to political office from Canberra to the local council level.

 

Section 44 of the Australian Constitution lists the grounds for disqualification on who may become a candidate for election to the Parliament of Australia. Any person who – (i.) Is under any acknowledgement of allegiance, obedience, or adherence to a foreign power, or is a subject or a citizen or entitled to the rights or privileges of a subject or citizen of a foreign power: or

 

The practice of every moslem requires the reverent bowing five times a day to a location point outside of Australia to Mecca in Saudi Arabia.

 

The practice of being a moslem also requires an unswerving allegiance to the “Ummah”.  The Ummah is the nation of Islam to which every moslem belongs. According to the Koran each individual is commissioned to protect and support the “Ummah” with their life, money and possessions. The Ummah is without land boundaries, supersedes blood ties and the host nation in which any moslem resides. Instead Mecca has become the quintessential religious monument of the “Ummah” for moslems across the globe.

 

 

It is MY WILL that the Australian government honour the Constitution of Australia and enforce it, with out exception. Islam is not to be placed in a privileged position above the Constitution which it currently holds.

 

It is My Will that Section 44 of our Constitution be enforced with no moslems being permitted to serve as members in the Federal Parliament.

 

You were elected to represent and protect the people of Australia with the expectation that you would honour and abide by our Constitution.  

 

Yours faithfully
signed with your full name, 
address 
and date, as legal evidence that you are a constituent.

 

Reference
http://www.peoplesmandate.iinet.net.au/your_will_be_done.pdf

CATCH 22  ABOUT SWEARING IN ON THE QURAN

 

There is a simple catch 22 in swearing on the quran. If the subject swears on the quran that means he is a good muslim and to be a good muslim, you must follow the quran to the letter and its teachings, including taqiyya.

 

If the subject disagrees and says he does not follow the quran to the letter he is not a bad muslim, he is just simply, not a muslim. How can he swear on the Qur an in the first instance?

Section 44 of the Australian Constitution may prevent moslems from taking political office — on a matter of allegiance.

 

Greens moslem candidate Mehreen Faruqi. Picture: Nikki Short Source: The Australian

The practice of every moslem requires the reverent bowing five times a day to a location point outside of Australia to Mecca in Saudi Arabia. The practice of being a moslem also requires an unswerving allegiance to the “Ummah”.

The Ummah not unlike the 'Vatican State' is the nation of Islam to which every moslem belongs. According to the Koran each individual is commissioned to protect and support the “Ummah” with their life, money and possessions. The Ummah is without land boundaries, supersedes blood ties and the host nation in which any moslem resides. Instead Mecca has become the quintessential religious monument of the “Ummah” for moslems across the globe

Recently the Australian National Islamic Council and Hizb-ut Tahrir (HUT) urged the Australian Government to consult with the moslem community before embarking on a Middle East offensive and joining our allies against ISIS. Both of these bodies were acutely aware that the Sunni moslems in Australia would consider an attack by our Government on a Sunni moslems in another part of the world as an attack on their “brother or sister”.

Here is the issue—ISIS is comprised of Sunni moslems and considered by many in Australia’s moslem community as waging a holy jihad on behalf of Islam against the Alowite (Shiite) Muslim government of Syria. An attack on ISIS would be considered by some, as an attack on the Sunni moslem community in Australia and would give cause for a reprisal action against the attackers—namely the Australian public and the Australian government.

This warning was given to the Australian Government by the Australian National Islamic Council—“If the Australian Government is serious about reducing the terror threat locally, then it must review its foreign policy decisions with regard to this region.”

This allegiance to the Ummah should make moslems unsuitable for resettlement in Australian as it contravenes the “Australia First” requirement both of our Oath of Alliance and the limitations of Australia’s Multiculturalism Policy which stipulates a commitment to “Australian Interests first”.

If a person is unable to commit to “Australia first” they simply cannot become a citizen nor should be considered for resettlement in our country.

We have witnessed over the year moslems who have been born and bred in Australia willing to give up their lives in order to fight in another country (Syria) alongside their Sunni brothers and sisters. Their actions reiterate that Australia is just the host country for these members of the wider moslem community.

This is the problem when a people subscribe to a totalitarian system like Islam. They can never be members of another tribe. This primary commitment to the “Ummah”, completely separates them from any host nation or community.

This same allegiances has political ramifications. It requires moslem political candidates to consider the needs of the “Ummah” above the needs of non believing Australians. This lack of equality makes them unfit to hold any form of government office. It would be imprudent to say the least, to have subjects of the Ummah ruling over any Australian citizens. Therefore moslem political candidates need to be disqualified from standing for office according to Section 44 of our constitution.
 

Section 44 of the Australian Constitution lists the grounds for disqualification on who may become a candidate for election to the Parliament of Australia. In particular section 44 (i) states that any person who Is under any acknowledgement of allegiance, obedience, or adherence to a foreign power, or is a subject or a citizen or entitled to the rights or privileges of a subject or citizen of a foreign power:”

Australia first” and not “Ummah first” is the requirement of citizenship in Australia. No moslem can be a citizen or in any form of office from federal to local government, if, as part of their commitment to being a moslem renders them unable to put Australia’s interests first above that of the Ummah.

In a recent poll done in Die Presse (2013): 1 in 3 moslems in Austria say it is not possible to be a European and a moslem.

This is now becoming a cultural dilemma for Australians, moslems and our Government and it needs addressing.