Q&A has made Abbott’s anti-terrorist laws a certainty

UPDATE: The full video of the exchange of views with Zaky Mallah is found here. It is worth watching. Aside from Steve Ciobo, Graeme Morris is also very good, and puts the political problem in its proper perspective. The Twitter Feed is also worth noting. The rest was posted yesterday.
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Possibly the most amazing Q&A ever. I walked out and came back in at the end just in time to see Tony Jones go to an audience member who is a former convicted terrorist who escaped a larger punishment on a technicality. It has to be seen to be believed, but until I have the video and transcript, will have to do with the Catallaxy comments thread. This lad, in cahoots with the ABC, has established every point the PM has been trying to make about dealing with terrorists. Slightly edited. You can go to the actual thread to see the full transcript. Steve Ciobo by the way was outstanding.

Menai Pete
#1717090, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:31 pm (Edit)
The Lib looks him in the eye and sticks it to the terrorist. That made the whole night worthwhile.

calli
#1717091, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:31 pm (Edit)
Well…now we know who the ABC supports. Time to shut up shop guys.

cohenite
#1717093, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:32 pm (Edit)
Fuck me dead.

Splatacrobat
#1717094, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:32 pm (Edit)
FMD this is sick.

Rohan
#1717095, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:32 pm (Edit)
Wow, fuck off terrorist swampie. This episode is weird.

Habib
#1717096, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:33 pm (Edit)
IT, even the scriptwriters from “Home and Away” couldn’t produce dialogue to match this after a three day ether and golddtop binge. The audience even are a little confused, Divine is even a bit weird for the Sandalnistas.

Econocrat
#1717097, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:34 pm (Edit)
Steve Chobo should take his microphone off and walk off.

Menai Pete
#1717099, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:34 pm (Edit)
Claims to be a victim of fashion crime – had to wear an orange jumpsuit for two years before he got out on a technicality

Andrew
#1717100, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:34 pm (Edit)
If Liberal MPs do not boycott Qanda after tonight, then they deserve everything coming to them.

Carpe Jugulum
#1717101, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:34 pm (Edit)
Can someone tell him, he made threats to kill. he made threats to commit a terrorist act and now he is bitching.

Baldrick
#1717106, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:37 pm (Edit)
Just digs his own grave.

calli
#1717109, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:38 pm (Edit)
That should be the last Q & A ever. Utterly disgusting.

Turtle of WA
#1717111, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:38 pm (Edit)
That one backfired on the ABC.

Carpe Jugulum
#1717112, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:38 pm (Edit)
I will give the lone conservative some cudos, that was a tough gig.

Rohan
#1717113, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:38 pm (Edit)
Oh my god I was right!

Splatacrobat
#1717114, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:38 pm (Edit)
Fmd what a disgusting show.

Menai Pete
#1717115, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:39 pm (Edit)
Just digs his own grave.
And Steve Ciobo shovelled dirt on top of while Snowcone was left speechless

Baldrick
#1717116, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:39 pm (Edit)
Disgusting Their ABC swampfilth Islamic apologist shyte.

C.L.
#1717119, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:40 pm (Edit)
Ciobo’s performance on all fronts was utterly superb.
He made Fitzgibbon look like a schoolboy and he destroyed the bearded turd in the cap.

notafan
#1717121, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:40 pm (Edit)
Did the convicted terrorist have a name?

Menai Pete
#1717122, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:41 pm (Edit)
I did not think it was possible tonight but Q and A just got even worse

Habib
#1717126, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:42 pm (Edit)
They’ve got a tweet per minute count running now, FFS. FMD, sandgoblin reckons the government is recruiting for ISIS, even Snowcone for once stunned into surly silence; the anticipated ambush sort of went off in his face, his usual smug exit subdued like he’d been sprayed with a shitmist.

C.L.
#1717127, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:42 pm (Edit)
Strike while the iron is hot …
The Attorney-General should launch an immediate investigation into the ABC and its apparent collusion with a man convicted of threatening to kill Commonwealth employees.
Now’s when you attack the ABC with all guns blazing.

Rorschach
#1717132, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:44 pm (Edit)
That psycho – he was there as a set-up gotcha. Backfired badly on Tony.

min
#1717135, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:45 pm (Edit)
Tony Jones left speechless caught out by threat made on Q&A by a fighter who had been in Syria.
I hope he goes back to a power out he has no idea how energy is supplied.

C.L.
#1717136, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:45 pm (Edit)
For the record, Fitzgibbon refused to support Ciobo in saying he’d be happy for the be-capped shitball to be thrown out of the country.

Pecker
#1717139, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:47 pm (Edit)
Turnbull…suggest you have good look at Q&A tonight and make the right call on the ABC..you know you want to do it so go ahead. We love this country and deserve it to be protected frm these media terrorists.

Turtle of WA
#1717140, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:47 pm (Edit)
Massive backfire. Sucked in snowcone.

C.L.
#1717141, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:47 pm (Edit)
We should be grateful to the be-capped shitball for one thing, however. He spoke the truth when he said Muslims angry with the government want to sate their fury by killing people. On the record and confirmed. Thanks, Q&A.

Splatacrobat
#1717143, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:48 pm (Edit)
The ABC would have had to search that fellow out just to get him to unload on ciobo. Epic Dorothy fixed fail as Snowcone interrupts his rant. Instead of saying I’ll take that as a comment, he should have said l’ll take that as a death threat.

C.L.
#1717151, posted on June 22, 2015 at 10:51 pm (Edit)
That’s right, JC.
Even I stayed on after a channel-flip.
Bear in mind that this bloke was convicted of threatening to kill Commonwealth officials.
He again threatened people live to air on television.
IMO, he should be arrested, charged again and expelled from Australia.

Shelley
#1717166, posted on June 22, 2015 at 11:01 pm (Edit)
FFS. Just saw that BS on Q and A. Parallel universe. The frigging audience clapped the little shit.

Infidel Tiger
#1717167, posted on June 22, 2015 at 11:01 pm (Edit)
IMO, he should be arrested, charged again and expelled from Australia.
It sounds like it was an obvious set up by the ABC to embarrass the government.
Jones and the management should be charged with aiding and abetting terrorism.

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75 Responses to Q&A has made Abbott’s anti-terrorist laws a certainty

  1. Oh come on

    Who the fuck was that fat fucker?!

  2. LordAzrael

    Someone had a bit of fun with his wikipedia entry

    On June 22, 2015, Mallah infiltrated the audience of popular ABC (Australia) panel show ‘Question & Answer’, hosted by a Mr. Antonio Jones Jr. As the broadcast neared its apocalyptic ending, Mallah was able to secure questioning rights over the final segment. In the rhetorical maelstrom that followed, Mallah stirred up a major controversy by revealing the true mindset of every single Mohammedan in the southern hemisphere and beyond . After declaring that “All non-Muslims should leave the country”, Mallah affirmed his demand by issuing a blanket call for jihad to his fellow Turkmen residing within the Australian geographic territory.

    Jones Jr immediately moved to allay Mallah’s posturing by attempting to strip the comment of it’s retweetability, but owing to the ABC host’s overleftness and a marked lack of verbal deftness, his efforts were to no avail. Critics of Jones Jr would later accuse the preening presenter of derelicting his duties as a moderator for not making a similar attempt to remove the comment’s favouritability status within the given window of opportunity. Jones Jr is currently on suspension following relegation to an SBS level salary.

    In response to Mallah’s outburst, Australia’s national security forces have announced an increase in anti-taqiyah operations throughout Sydney’s south-western-middle-eastern regions. Mallah himself has been taken into custody and at the current time is awaiting extradition to the United States where he has been requested to present himself as a target drone for experimental stage Predator drones.

  3. Anne

    If you want to know why The Left is in bed with Islam listen to this interview in 4 short parts, on Secure Freedom Radio

    JIM SIMPSON, Economist, investigative reporter and author of The Red-Green Axis:

    What Simpson learned from his early years in economics and politics
    The so-called “Red-Green Axis”
    The Islamist’s alignment with the left-wing

    PART TWO:

    The Red-Green alliance’s use of the United Nations to erase the American agenda
    The Organization of Islamic Cooperation’s role in determining which refugees are sent to the US
    Why majority-Muslim nations are not accepting Muslim refugees

    PART THREE:

    The United Nation’s role in developing the “Human Settlement Programme”
    Grants available to immigrants paid for by US tax payers
    The Left’s mutation of the refugee designation
    Exposing the Red-Green alliance in the US government

    PART FOUR:

    The “Welcoming America” grassroots initiative
    Government and corporate funding of resettlement programs
    How to combat the refugee resettlement agenda.

    http://www.centerforsecuritypolicy.org/2015/06/15/the-red-green-axis-refugees-immigration-and-the-agenda-to-erase-america/

  4. Anne

    By the way, the ‘Green’ in Red Green Axis refers to the green flag of ISLAM.

    The ‘Red’ is obviously the Left.

  5. Oh come on

    WTF?! Zaky’s standing invitation to ABC mocktail events has just been cancelled.

    See, this is why we need to dump 18C. People like Zaky mustn’t be impeded from speaking their minds and having their interesting ideas heard.

  6. Anne

    Thanks LordAzrael. That’s brilliant!

  7. Stimpson J. Cat

    No, oh hell no.
    Zaky Mallah was on Q + A?
    The one night I didn’t watch?

  8. JC

    Annie

    This isn’t true. there are millions of Muslim refs in Muslim countries

    Why majority-Muslim nations are not accepting Muslim refugees

  9. Crossie

    The ABC and Turnbull will try to sweep this under the carpet. Most of the people who watched agree with Mallah and those who were horrified are small in number.

    Nothing will happen to Tony Jones or the ABC until Alan Jones or Ray Hadley take a hold of the issue.

  10. Anne

    JC, remember the central tenet of Islam is the Dar al-Islam, that the whole world should be Islamic.
    ‘Hijra’ is part of the Political Fealty of Islam.

    1. Assemble
    2. Listen
    3. Obey
    4. Hijra
    5. Jihad

    No point in colonising Muslim countries. That would not serve the Ummah.

  11. Austin Mangosteen

    Zaky Mallah asked: As the first man in Australia to be charged with terrorism under the harsh Liberal Howard government in 2003, I was subject to solitary confinement, a 22 hour lockdown, dressed most times in an orange overall and treated like a convicted terrorist while under the presumption of innocence.
    I had done and said some stupid things including threatening to kidnap and kill but in 2005 I was acquitted of the terrorism charges.
    What would have happened if my case had been decided by the Minister and not the courts?

    Steve Ciobo distinguished himself as an exemplary representative of the people of Australia.

    Zaky Mallah does not seem to have learnt his lesson and could quickly prove that he is just another time bomb waiting for his jihad moment.

    Linda Tirado, Joel Fitzgibbon, Tony Jones, Dee Madigan, and Antony Hegarty showed their true colors: greenish yellow bile.

  12. Badjack

    Not a whisper of this in The Australian on-line

  13. fhb5

    I can’t get audio on the Q&A video site. Just wondering if it’s deliberate to hide their embarrassment. http://www.abc.net.au/tv/qanda/txt/s4242255.htm

  14. classical_hero

    JC, but they aren’t resettling them, in fact if you have to be from the region of Palestine you are completely fucked, since the Arab nations treat them like dirt and actively discriminate against them. They simply have not signed up to the treaty to take in any refugees, since they don’t want to deal with their own problems.

  15. Oh come on

    If they aren’t in damage control, they should be.

  16. handjive

    Tuesday morning, and a regular quick check of the Cat’s q&a forum … egad.

    Ya gotta love free speech for ‘bigots,’ and all sorts of people …

  17. handjive

    Oops. Just to be clear …

    … who would want to stop terrorists identifying themselves?

    ( I have little-no ABC reception, so Tuesday morning Cat q&a a good summary)

  18. Shy Ted

    Dear Mark Dreyfus, thanks for wanting to bring them home. We need more of these characters.

  19. duncanm

    LordAzrael, that contributor has been having some fun:

    old Simon Sheikh

    Appearance on Q&A[edit]
    9:36pm AEST: In response to an audience question about the carbon tax, the ALP’s Greg Combet commences upon a rambling and tedious reply that bears scant relation to anything actually present in current space-time.

    9:48pm AEST: As Combet attempts to extend a sentence that neither had a beginning or an end, fellow panelist Simon Sheikh suddenly faints – slamming his head on the table in front of him and arousing concerns that the nervous Sheikh had died from stage fright.

    9:49pm AEST: Combet, who is noted for his powers of observation, proposes that Sheikh is “not okay”. Video footage of the incident will later prove Combet to be godlike in his omniscience.

    9:50pm AEST: Adjacent panelist, the LNP’s Sophie Mirabella, recoils with disgust at the disrespectful invasion of her personal space by a young man of Middle Eastern appearance.

    9:51pm AEST: As fellow panelist Lenore Taylor settles on her choice of which direction to stare blankly in, Combet once again demonstrates his powers of observation by realising the camera is now on Sheikh and quickly moves towards him to ensure he remains in shot.

    9:52pm AEST: Mirabella, having recovered from her initial horror, now cackles with delight as she taunts the hapless Sheikh by extolling him to “get up”.

    9:53pm AEST: Sheikh belatedly responds to Mirabella’s bemused poking and prodding of his body by regaining consciousness and admitting he had been bored to sleep while listening to the droning Combet.

    9:54pm AEST: In spite of demands from Q&A host and public broadcasting sex symbol Antonio Jones Jr that Sheikh be “taken care of out back”, ABC stage managers refuse to execute Sheikh for his discourteous fainting behaviour and assist him off stage so he can be taken to hospital for observation.

    10:12pm AEST: Sheikh is pronounced dead on arrival at Liverpool Hospital. Doctors attribute the cause of death to excessive carbon consumption exacerbated by bouts of tosseritis.

    10:35pm AEST: Jones concludes the broadcast by mourning the loss of time caused by the Sheikh’s disruptive loss of all consciousness and lamenting that his collapse had robbed the Q&A program of valuable extra minutes that could have been spent debating the carbon tax, an issue that seldom receives attention on the popular ABC show.

    11:47pm AEST: After a ritual ceremony performed in accordance with Sheikh’s atheistic non-beliefs, US Navy SEALs dispose of his body at sea near the undisclosed location where they had previously deposited the remains of Steve Jobs, so as to discourage fanatical hipsters from establishing a shrine for pilgrimage.

    11:52pm AEST: As footage of the incident goes viral, Twitter streams erupt over speculation regarding the presence of an unknown “Fifth Panelist” who’s ghostly figure can be seen hovering at the edge of the frame to Lenore Taylor’s left. The yet-to-be identified apparition is presumed to be either the spectral projection of a former Q&A guest or a phantasmic disturbance caused by the appearance of Lenny Henry on the panel too soon after Barry Humphries.

  20. Sydney Boy

    Own goal, Snowcone! Fuckwit.

  21. Shy Ted

    Bet he identified as LNP as he went through the door.

  22. Econocrat

    Q and A: where the terrorists get to ask the questions.

  23. Mrs Beardsley

    The link to the QandA show is here. The sound is not working on my laptop. I am downloading it now to listen and see for myself.

  24. Mrs Beardsley

    The volume is not working on the downloaded version either. My laptop sound is working on youtube and internet radio, so it must be the ABC not wanting to reveal the extent of the damage. God damn them to hell and strip the ABC’s funding.

  25. Gab

    Mrs B, there is no sound on the Q&A website for that segment, it is however available on iView and also Bolt has it up on his blog now.

  26. jupes

    Blair is having fun with this:

    Unless John Pilger announces his live-to-air conversion to Islam, transition to female and identification as a Nyoongar Aborigine, this episode of Q & A can never be beaten. Never.

  27. jupes

    More Blair:

    But not before he won a round of applause. Yes – the Q & A crowd actually applauded stupid, hopeless Zaky.

    Wow just wow.

  28. Mrs Beardsley

    Bolt has it on his blog.

  29. Rabz

    Why am I not in the slightest bit surprised? Every week that preposterous clownfest seems to outdo itself in the peak stupid stakes.

    Good thing the government are such huge fans and enablers of this totally out of control tax hoovering collective of islamo-marxist dunderheads.

    LOL – Antonio Jones Jr ($384,820) .

    P.S. The fat fucker is a ‘singer’ in the castrati style. Totally unlistenable, in my ‘umble opinion.

  30. incoherent rambler

    Sedition / Treason charges for the ABC production crew.
    Charge them, find them guilty and execute.

    That would brighten my day.

  31. Luke

    There is a lot of dishonesty being spread about the powers of the Minsiter to strip someone of their citizenship. 1. Administrative decisions affecting the rights of citizens are actually far more common than those made by courts, and have been since the birth of the Federation. 2. It is not the same as a Minister deciding a criminal case instead of the courts, the person is not liable to a fine or imprisonment. 3. Citizenship is a creature of statute, not some God/Gia given right that everyone would have even if there were no written laws.
    Most importantly; That the Minister’s decision would not be subject to judicial review. That is an outright lie! The proposal is that there not be administrative (internal/merits) review of the decision – the most common type of review (appeal), but even where an Act does not provide for judicial review, or indeed even if it tires to ouster judicial review, the courts have determined that they have an inherent power to review any administrative decision for want of jurisdiction (which effectively is so broad that is barely one step removed from merits review). Every lawyer and judge in the land knows this well established precedent. So I am amazed that the media are allowed to keep peddling this myth with challenge.

  32. notafan

    So ZakyMallah’s time line is 2003 threat/planned to commit domestic suicide attack and threat to kill commonwealth employees.
    Acquitted on the terrorism because existing law didn’t cover his act but convicted on the threat to kill.
    Sometime in 2011/2012 he travels to fight in Syria for ‘FSA’
    but possibly el nusra as who can know? If he was consistent with other Australian jihad tourists of the period el nusra would be logical.
    Comes back to Australia and makes out like a jihad tourist.
    2015 gets invited on to QandA and presents himself as a victim of the evil Howard government in an attempted gotcha.
    He has every reason to believe in the islamic maxim
    Show a victim face and you will win.

  33. notafan

    Yeah no one mentions that the law was changed in the 80s to strip Australian born children of illegal immigrants of their ‘natural ‘citizenship.

  34. calli

    The program started with a feeble attempt to sanitise the Lindt attack as “mental illness”, linking it to Germanwings and Charleston.

    It ended with a call to jihad.

    All paid for with our money.

  35. A Lurker

    Comes back to Australia and makes out like a jihad tourist.
    2015 gets invited on to QandA and presents himself as a victim of the evil Howard government in an attempted gotcha.

    He’s living proof that any IS reaver that returns to Australia will be feted by the Left, invited onto the ABC, likely given a speaking platform at the Festival of Dangerous Ideas, win a book prize for his memoirs, and be subsequently nominated as Australian of the Year

  36. struth

    Another letter to Turnbull has been sent.
    Please do the same.

  37. Baldrick

    Q&A – The freak show that keeps on giving.

  38. Anne

    Why won’t someone ask a these muslim why muslims kill?

    Could it be something to do with the example of Muhammad?

    Does the Quran command muslims to terrorise and kill unbelievers?

    Maybe Bolt could start by asking a moderate Muslim like Ed Husic.

  39. jupes

    Acquitted on the terrorism because existing law didn’t cover his act but convicted on the threat to kill.
    Sometime in 2011/2012 he travels to fight in Syria for ‘FSA’

    This could not possibly be true.

    Dot has assured us that every single member of the FSA would make a bonzer Aussie citizen. Along with the Qataris of course.

  40. David

    Do I detect the echo of the sound of a Qanda own goal doing the rounds of popular culture today?

  41. jupes

    Could it be something to do with the example of Muhammad?

    No no no. Just because old Mo beheaded kaffurs, stoned adulterers, captured and raped slaves and spread Sharia by the sword, you must remember that Islamic State has nothing to do with Islam.

    Absolutely nothing.

  42. Megan

    Bugger, I sat for a good ten minutes last night watching the Cat Q&A thread begin its magical mystery tour but I simply could not make myself get up and turn on the set to join in. And now I find out exactly what I missed. Are there no depths to which this absurd show will not sink?

  43. Gab

    Are there no depths to which this absurd show will not sink?

    No.

  44. JJF

    I’m sure Zaky will be writing for Fairfax by next week.

    Hell why not even let him co-host The Project with the Turd Aly and “I love myself to death” Bickmore!

  45. Megan

    Are there no depths to which this absurd show will not sink?

    No.

    I know, Gab. Poor choice of rhetorical question.

  46. rickw

    Sedition / Treason charges for the ABC production crew.

    There needs to be a lot more of this if we are going to stop the place going to hell.

  47. Monkey's Uncle

    There is a lot of dishonesty being spread about the powers of the Minsiter to strip someone of their citizenship. 1. Administrative decisions affecting the rights of citizens are actually far more common than those made by courts, and have been since the birth of the Federation.

    The executive branch of government often makes day to day decisions regarding the application of many laws on a small scale. But these seldom involve matters as serious as revoking an individual’s citizenship. It is a bit obtuse to draw an equivalence between (say) a government department determining something like a small land zoning matter or an individual’s eligibility for a government payment, and a government minister making a decision to revoke citizenship.

    Many smaller decisions regarding the application of the law are often made by government departments (subject to legal appeal) because it would obviously not be practical or convenient for anyone involved to overload the court system with millions of trifling cases everyday. When a matter is as grave as alleged terrorism and revoking citizenship though, this should clearly be handled by the courts and not by executive fiat.

    3. Citizenship is a creature of statute, not some God/Gia given right that everyone would have even if there were no written laws.

    Citizenship is certainly not an automatic right for those who do not already hold national citizenship. But there is considerable precedent in international law against countries being permitted to revoke citizenship, expel their citizens or render any individual stateless. At the very least, decisions to revoke citizenship should be made by legal trial not ministerial fiat.

  48. .

    rickw
    #1717440, posted on June 23, 2015 at 9:30 am
    Sedition / Treason charges for the ABC production crew.

    There needs to be a lot more of this if we are going to stop the place going to hell.

    Just privatise it and let the new owners clear out the bolshies. Very few people successfully earn a living pumping out political propaganda at all in the free market. This stuff doesn’t exist on Apple TV for example, except for the shit that the ABC, BBC etc out out.

  49. Stimpson J. Cat

    Rita Panahi
    Twitter last night
    Last time I heard from Zaky Mallah he was joking about gang rape. Real charmer. Well done, #qanda.

  50. JMH

    Another letter to Turnbull has been sent.
    Please do the same.

    Done!

  51. kae

    I haven’t watched Q&A since I used to live blog it a few years ago.

    There have only really been two memorable episodes (perhaps a perfect descriptor of them, as is psychotic episodes!) which I have missed since then.

    This would be one of them.

    Little Man, Terrorist Wannabe, Zacky. The gift that keeps on giving.

    You do realise that Q&A, the ABC and the Government will ignore this totally? They have ignored similar in the past, and overlooked obvious dissembling and lies, why would they make a change to their usual MO now?

  52. notafan

    Let it be clear; Zaky Mallah is an open supporter of Jabbah El Nusra. His visit to Syria to fight for the ‘FSA’ would most likely be to fight for el Nusra.
    El Nusra is a branch of Al Qeada (remember them) and is a proscribed terrorist organisation.
    Knowing all this Mallah was invited on to QandA to attack a government minister.

    Mallah singing the praises of El Nusra back in 2013

  53. Ivan Denisovich

    Let it be clear; Zaky Mallah is an open supporter of Jabbah El Nusra. His visit to Syria to fight for the ‘FSA’ would most likely be to fight for el Nusra.
    El Nusra is a branch of Al Qeada (remember them) and is a proscribed terrorist organisation.
    Knowing all this Mallah was invited on to QandA to attack a government minister.

    Today, in Islam:

    The Islamic State group hanged two youths Monday after accusing them of eating during daylight hours in the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights said.

    “Residents of the village of Mayadeen in Deir Ezzor province reported that IS hanged from a crossbar two boys aged under 18 near the HQ of the Hissba”, the jihadist police, Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman told AFP.

    “The children have been suspended by ropes from a pole since noon, and they were still there in the late evening,” he said.

    “Apparently, they were caught eating.”

    A placard was attached to the bodies reading “They broke the fast with no religious justification”

    http://www.jihadwatch.org/2015/06/islamic-state-hangs-two-boys-for-eating-during-ramadan

  54. JMH

    Too bad we do not have a MSM journo with the gonads to front Turncoat today and pin him down re. last night’s treacherous Q and A.

  55. Snoopy

    Too bad we do not have a MSM journo with the gonads to front Turncoat today and pin him down re. last night’s treacherous Q and A.

    If the Shortfilth was on his game, he’d front Turnbull in QT today and demand Snow Cone’s head (figuratively speaking}.

  56. JMH

    Yeah, Snoopy – we both see that coming, don’t we? If only – but not Tits. He’s not capable of exhibiting any backbone. Ever.

  57. kae

    Shortfilth could do with a new head, his one is like a robber’s dog’s.

    I don’t think that Snow Cone Tone’s is a suitable replacement though.

  58. kevin

    Give him $300,000 compo.

  59. Paul

    I’d like to see Zachy dumped in Oxford Street, or better yet, the KKK bath house in Kenso. He’d squeal so much the owners would get a letter from the Council warning them their zoning did not permit keeping livestock, especially pigs.

  60. cohenite

    Had a conversation with Brent Boltitude on 2SM who is going gangbusters against the fat muslim bastard and the abc fuckers.

  61. Ros

    The matter of David Hicks has been brought up elsewhere with expressions of horror as to what would have happened to him with his dual citizenship if the law that isn’t a rule of law had been enacted back then.

    The uproar and interest in citizenship, a citizenship reduced to a mere by law by those who declare any who enter must have the same rights as citizens, is curious indeed. It is worth remembering what did happen to Hick’s dual citizenship, and what a shame it was that we didn’t have the law in place then. Or was section 35 (?) Around and would it have done the job, Taliban being a government of sorts.

    Anyway, the British would probably have beaten us to it, they seemed prepared.

    “DAVID Hicks was secretly made a British citizen inside his Guantanamo Bay cell last month, but spent only hours as an Englishman before his status was stripped from him.

    In an extraordinary chain of events, Hicks was told in his cell on July 6 that the British Government had finally complied with a High Court order to register him as an Englishman.

    But the following day – the first anniversary of the 2005 terrorist attacks on the London Underground – he was told that British Home Secretary John Reid had personally revoked the privilege.

    Hicks, whose mother is UK-born, was given no opportunity to seek legal advice between the two pieces of news.

    The manoeuvre was made possible by amendments contained in a new British law that appeared to have been drafted in response to the Hicks case. The amendments give the Home Secretary full discretion to strip an individual of his or her British citizenship.

    Hicks’s British lawyer, Stephen Grosz, was only advised of the developments after they had occurred.

    The High Court ordered the speedy registration of Hicks as a British citizen in December last year, but the Home Office did not comply until July – more than six months later.

    “He was a British citizen for a matter of hours, I believe – we were told immediately after it all happened,” Mr Grosz said.”

    Aug 2006 smh. It doesn’t seem that he needed another citizenship to fall back on? Pretty bad when even the UK has more guts than us in dealing with terror.

    And anyway our betters see themselves as global citizens anyway, not parochial nationals. So what does it matter if the murderers lose Australian citizenship, they can join the ranks of those amongst us who identity with a “global community” above their identity as a citizen of a particular nation or place. Those who identify with being part of an emerging world community and believe their actions should contribute to building this community’s values and practices. It seems the Pope thinks we are all such global citizens, with him as our guide and master. Could these folk become citizens of that strange state perhaps. How many refugees does The Vatican take in as citizens anyway.

    I for one identify with Ciobi and don’t mind if they all nick off.

  62. Tom

    Q&A has made Abbott’s anti-terrorist laws a certainty

    Spot on, Steve Kates — confirmed on the very same day, in fact:

    Australian dual-nationals held in Australian prisons on terrorism offences could be stripped of their citizenship retrospectively under a government proposal to be considered by parliament.

    The Coalition’s joint party room today overwhelmingly endorsed the Australian Citizenship (Allegiance to Australia) Bill which will allow dual-nationals to be stripped of their nationality by conduct — if they have “serious involvement in a terrorist group” — or if they have been convicted of a terrorism offence.

    Tony Abbott said the draft law would apply only to Australians who engage in terrorist activities after the bill has passed, although the government is willing to make the laws retrospective if recommended by the bipartisan parliamentary joint committee on intelligence and security. The government has committed not to render Australian sole nationals stateless.

  63. Fred Lenin

    What about the muslim dogs born in our Australian Stable ? The lawtrade makes them out to be Horses ,its the money the lawtrade makes defending these Traitors ,declare them citizens of isis ,and deport the bastards send the leftist apologists with them ,they can form an Aussie Communist Brigade mand get amongst the bullets shells and bombs ,shiw us yer bravery comrades ,fight for allia ! ( and of course die too ,,as you do ) .

  64. David

    I have written to Steven Ciobo commending his calm and articulate response to the questioner on the 22 June Q&A programme. Mr Ciobo and Graeme Morris performed well, unlike those members of the audience who applauded Zaky Mallah and unlike the ambushing national broadcaster.

    This message has also been forwarded to senators representing my home state, inviting them to forward it on to the Minister for Communications with a request that the ABC be privatised. [Regardless of domestic political allegiance, I refuse to continue feeding an organisation that undermines us as a nation.]

  65. Tom

    David, I also sent a message to Ciobo:

    Steve, when will the government take action to curb the ABC’s now-routine violation of its charter by appointing an external independent ombudsman to investigate and act on complaints against the ABC, which is currently allowed to investigate itself in spite of its many transgressions against the taxpayers who are forced to finance it?

  66. What I should like to know is what affiliation or voter intention did Mr. Mallah give as he entered the Q&A audience last night.
    I’m guessing Liberal.

  67. kevin

    Fran and Barrie will explain it all on Sunday

  68. Rob MW

    So the Cat walking towards Tony Jones & the ABC only has one eye 🙂

  69. DrBeauGan

    David, I don’t think a calm and measured response (with the greatest respect) is what was appropriate. Better would havebeen something along the lines: Go back and gight for Islamic State and get blown to buggery, you smug arsehole.

  70. kae

    Dr BeauGan

    The noddy mate beside him would do well to go, too. Was this little Zacky’s bodyguard?

  71. Elroy

    What don’t you lot understand about freedom of speech? That bloke had done his hard time and paid his debt, why is he not allowed an opinion?

    And Q&A is live, right? So the ABC is never quite certain what’s going to happen, correct? And even with their seven second delay the producers must decide quite quickly, so they did. That’s the joy, and danger, of live TV.

    But help me here, I’m confused. Creatures of the right, like your good selves, are always whining and griping about the ‘nanny sate’ and government control and loss of ‘freedom’, but when you are actually exposed to bit of freedom in the form of an opinion you disagree with you yell for the nanny state to control it. Why is that? Why such hypocrisy? And why are all you big, brave rugged nationalist individuals so scared?

    I see the poster ‘Crossie’ wants to leave it to Alan Jones and Ray Hadley to dispense justice. Is that what passes for free speech?,

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