Many readers share our concern about Islam, but want some specific ideas on how they can help ensure that the freedoms and equality we enjoy in Australia today will endure for future generations.
We at AIM would like to offer a few suggestions - and of course welcome readers’ feedback and ideas. We are in this together and by combining our strengths, we can and will roll back Islam.
Islam has advanced in the West because our leadership has tolerated the intolerable and used political correctness to deny there is a problem. Academics and journalist have rushed to excuse Islam for its abuses of human rights, and to deny that jihad as an integral part of Islam. In a craven display of dhimmitude, they have instead blamed the victims of jihad.
Please, keep always in mind that most people are simply unaware that Islam is NOT just another next-door religion but a totalitarian political cult-like ideology, which compels its followers into blind obedience, teaches intolerance, brutality and locks all - Muslims and non-Muslims in a struggle deriving directly from a 7th century nomadic, predatory culture.
When talking about Islam, proceed with care. Do not use shock tactics, derogatory names and do not try to tell your audience too much in one session.
So what can you do?
- First of all - do not waste your time on trying to convince or engage in never ending discussions with people who cannot be convinced - Islamists and their enablers. Concentrate on people who are open to logic and facts.
- Start talking about Islam in a calm, rational and knowledgeable way. Let there be no more excuses for those who commit jihad or who expect non-Muslims to accept dhimmitude. The more we expose Islam and sharia to the light, the less places there will be to hide.
- Stop worrying that people will call you a bigot, racist or Islamophobe. You know this terminology is used by those who can’t contradict your facts. Stand your ground and tell the truth. But try to keep your cool, however provocative your opponent may be.
- Download our materials and use them to start a conversation. Alternatively, you can do some letterboxing, or pin them in public places – on campus, in libraries or other places.
- If you see examples of privileging Islam in your workplace or child’s school, such as providing halal meat or a Muslim-only prayer room, write a letter of complaint. Keep it short and polite, explaining why this is discriminatory. Feel free to send a copy of the letter to us. Or better still, write a short article for us to post on AIM.
- Go and see your MP and explain your specific concerns about Islam, for instance, if a local mosque or Islamic school is planned for your area. Make sure you are well prepared and present your points in a logical and succinct way.
- Form a small group of like-minded people to share ideas, show films and discuss books about Islam and swap ideas.
- Like all volunteer groups, we rely on donations to keep the website running. We have many expenses, including continually updating our software to prevent hacking. So if you would like to help us financially, we would be very grateful.
Materials for distribution:
1. Islam - Eight Frequently asked questions - Brochure in pdf format. It is a full color brochure and it it might be too expensive to print a large numbet of copies. Ok for Black & White printing though.
3. Comparing Islam with other totalitarian systems (A4 jpg poster/graph)
4. Australia vs. Islam - Fact Sheet (3 page fact sheet with a A4 poster No to Sharia)