I joined your party last week and have composed an article on and about the infiltrating islamization of the western civilization.
I am sending this email with a pdf attached, which might be of use for the political efforts to inform the general population about the seriousness of the islamization of western civilization.
I invite your political organization to use this material in any way suitable for your agenda. There is no copyright. The pdf file does not show the supportive videoed evidence and the link to my website below, will allow access to the pdf file in a more accessible format.
I realise my contribution is rather academic and uses both theological and scientific nomenclature. So I would ask for your office to pass this, in my opinion important material and information on to people who are able to follow the discourse. Your office is of course welcome to use any or parts in any kind of editorial mode in your own press releases.
Our problem is of course, and anyone who peruses this article should realise this; that we have little chance to address a wider populus using the mainstream media.
As your proponents have experienced, in the western civilized world, it are the proponents for free speech and individual freedom, who become the terrorists, racists and islamophobists, in critisizing a century old political ideology and not the ‘mentally hijacked’ political prisoners of that ideology. The islamic worldview is masquerading itself as a religion and utilizing the legislated ‘freedom of religion’ in its well organized, but highly deceptive agendas to undermine and replace the jurisdictions they operate in.
As this article should make clear, the agenda is a global caliphate under sharia law, declared by Baghdadi in 2014 and this after the last caliphate was abolished by Ataturk in the collapse of the ottoman empire in 1924.
This timeframe then became the laudable event of a previous islamic political system to secularise and modernise and something the current western administration apparently believe to be the status quo in the present crisis.
Civic independence and the Caliphate, 1924–1925
Abolition of the Caliphate was an important dimension in Mustafa Kemal's drive to reform the political system and to promote the national sovereignty. By the consensus of the Muslim majority in early centuries, the caliphate was the core political concept of Sunni Islam. Abolishing the sultanate was easier because the survival of the Caliphate at the time satisfied the partisans of the sultanate. This produced a split system with the new republic on one side and an Islamic form of government with the Caliph on the other side, and Mustafa Kemal and İnönü worried that "it nourished the expectations that the sovereign would return under the guise of Caliph." Caliph Abdülmecid II was elected after the abolition of the sultanate (1922).
The caliph had his own personal treasury and also had a personal service that included military personnel; Mustafa Kemal said that there was no "religious" or "political" justification for this. He believed that Caliph Abdülmecid II was following in the steps of the sultans in domestic and foreign affairs: accepting of and responding to foreign representatives and reserve officers, and participating in official ceremonies and celebrations. He wanted to integrate the powers of the caliphate into the powers of the GNA. His initial activities began on 1 January 1924, when İnönü, Çakmak and Özalp consented to the abolition of the caliphate. The caliph made a statement to the effect that he would not interfere with political affairs. On 1 March 1924, at the Assembly, Mustafa Kemal said:
The religion of Islam will be elevated if it will cease to be a political instrument, as had been the case in the past.
On 3 March 1924, the caliphate was officially abolished and its powers within Turkey were transferred to the GNA. Other Muslim nations debated the validity of Turkey's unilateral abolition of the caliphate as they decided whether they should confirm the Turkish action or appoint a new caliph. A "Caliphate Conference" was held in Cairo in May 1926 and a resolution was passed declaring the caliphate "a necessity in Islam", but failed to implement this decision.
Two other Islamic conferences were held in Mecca (1926) and Jerusalem (1931), but failed to reach a consensus. Turkey did not accept the re-establishment of the caliphate and perceived it as an attack to its basic existence; while Mustafa Kemal and the reformists continued their own way.
On 8 April 1924, sharia courts were abolished with the law "Mehakim-i Şer'iyenin İlgasına ve Mehakim Teşkilatına Ait Ahkamı Muaddil Kanun".
The removal of the caliphate was followed by an extensive effort to establish the separation of governmental and religious affairs. Education was the cornerstone in this effort. In 1923, there were three main educational groups of institutions. The most common institutions were medreses based on Arabic, the Qur'an and memorization. The second type of institution was idadî and sultanî, the reformist schools of the Tanzimat era. The last group included colleges and minority schools in foreign languages that used the latest teaching models in educating pupils. The old medrese education was modernized. Mustafa Kemal changed the classical Islamic education for a vigorously promoted reconstruction of educational institutions. Mustafa Kemal linked educational reform to the liberation of the nation from dogma, which he believed was more important than the Turkish War of Independence. He declared:
Today, our most important and most productive task is the national education [unification and modernization] affairs. We have to be successful in national education affairs and we shall be. The liberation of a nation is only achieved through this way."
In the summer of 1924, Mustafa Kemal invited American educational reformer John Dewey to Ankara to advise him on how to reform Turkish education. His public education reforms aimed to prepare citizens for roles in public life through increasing the public literacy. He wanted to institute compulsory primary education for both girls and boys; since then this effort has been an ongoing task for the republic. He pointed out that one of the main targets of education in Turkey had to be raising a generation nourished with what he called the "public culture". The state schools established a common curriculum which became known as the "unification of education."
Unification of education was put into force on 3 March 1924 by the Law on Unification of Education (No. 430). With the new law, education became inclusive, organized on a model of the civil community. In this new design, all schools submitted their curriculum to the "Ministry of National Education", a government agency modelled after other countries' ministries of education. Concurrently, the republic abolished the two ministries and made clergy subordinate to the department of religious affairs, one of the foundations of secularism in Turkey. The unification of education under one curriculum ended "clerics or clergy of the Ottoman Empire", but was not the end of religious schools in Turkey; they were moved to higher education until later governments restored them to their former position in secondary after Mustafa Kemal's death.
Atatürk with his Panama hat just after the Kastamonu speech in 1925.
Beginning in the fall of 1925, Mustafa Kemal encouraged the Turks to wear modern European attire. He was determined to force the abandonment of the sartorial traditions of the Middle East and finalize a series of dress reforms, which were originally started by Mahmud II. The fez was established by Sultan Mahmud II in 1826 as part of the Ottoman Empire's modernization effort. The Hat Law of 1925 introduced the use of Western-style hats instead of the fez. Mustafa Kemal first made the hat compulsory for civil servants. The guidelines for the proper dressing of students and state employees were passed during his lifetime; many civil servants adopted the hat willingly. In 1925, Mustafa Kemal wore his "Panama hat" during a public appearance in Kastamonu, one of the most conservative towns in Anatolia, to explain that the hat was the headgear of civilized nations. The last part of reform on dress emphasized the need to wear modern Western suits with neckties as well as Fedora and Derby-style hats instead of antiquated religion-based clothing such as the veil and turban in the Law Relating to Prohibited Garments of 1934.
Even though he personally promoted modern dress for women, Mustafa Kemal never made specific reference to women's clothing in the law, as he believed that women would adapt to the new clothing styles of their own free will. He was frequently photographed on public business with his wife Lâtife Uşaklıgil, who covered her head in accordance with Islamic tradition. He was also frequently photographed on public business with women wearing modern Western clothes. But it was Atatürk's adopted daughters, Sabiha Gökçen and Afet İnan, who provided the real role model for the Turkish women of the future. He wrote: "The religious covering of women will not cause difficulty ... This simple style [of headcovering] is not in conflict with the morals and manners of our society."
On 30 August 1925, Mustafa Kemal's view on religious insignia used outside places of worship was introduced in his Kastamonu speech. This speech also had another position. He said:
In the face of knowledge, science, and of the whole extent of radiant civilization, I cannot accept the presence in Turkey's civilized community of people primitive enough to seek material and spiritual benefits in the guidance of sheiks. The Turkish republic cannot be a country of sheiks, dervishes, and disciples. The best, the truest order is the order of civilization. To be a man it is enough to carry out the requirements of civilization. The leaders of dervish orders will understand the truth of my words, and will themselves close down their lodges [tekke] and admit that their disciplines have grown up.
On 2 September, the government issued a decree closing down all Sufi orders and the tekkes. Mustafa Kemal ordered their dervish lodges to be converted to museums, such as Mevlana Museum in Konya. The institutional expression of Sufism became illegal in Turkey; a politically neutral form of Sufism, functioning as social associations, was permitted to exist.
The abolition of the caliphate and other cultural reforms were met with fierce opposition. The conservative elements were not happy and they launched attacks on the Kemalist reformists.
How far removed from those statements are the present declarations and proclamations of ‘Islamic State?'
And yes, it is a state, if recognised by a brainwashed and fact challenged political, intellectual, media and elitist class in the west notwithstanding. In terms of the 1+ billion muslims in the world, the Islamic State in Syria is their ‘Nation Islam’ and since it exists, those 1+ billion muslims are ordered by their holy book of the Qu’ran to forfeit all allegiances to the states and countries they might reside in and to expect a worldwide exodus into their ‘promised utopian land’ within ten years according to their ‘prophecies’ and calculations.
Beginning with the life of Muhammad and the supposed creation of the Qu’ran (who did not exist, surprise, surprise, but became an invention by the administrators, both clerical and military of the occupied territory of christendom's Byzantine) and with the fall of Constantinople-Istanbul in 1453 as its midpoint and so pointing to a 2025 ‘time of the end’ according to their reckonings.
In other words, the present intensity of the terrorist attacks by the general unassimilatable muslims relates to a genuine expectation by a worldwide ‘Islamic Brotherhood’ having a 57 islamic nation voting block in the UN, to have infiltrated the west enough to by then be able to establish their ‘utopian sharia law based’ caliphate.
How to inform a media brainwashed public about those factual realities and circumvent the apathetic lunatic and insane multicultural nightmare with regards to the by definition incompatible ideologies between the rational-scientific-secular but toothless Christian west and Islam in any civilized manner possible, so becomes a task for the remnant of common-sensical people in Australia and of course the political west.
Sweden is bordering on collapse and as we know, London and Paris and Brussels are not far behind.
In the global ‘oil supply crisis’ of the early 1970’s the forerunners of our present crop of economistical politicians sold out to Saudi Arabia in asking for a secure oil supply in exchange of allowing the ‘petro dollar’ to begin a frenzy of mosque building in all of the 'ransoming' countries and who basically sold out their millennia old cultural heritages for oil in apparently still binding contracts and agreements
Well this is why we formed this party is it not?
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