And then what? Arrest us?
West Australia Police Commissioner promises to monitor ALL emails for "anti-Muslim content" Jihadwatch
This is why Islamic supremacist groups in the West and their journalistic accomplices and tools are so intent upon describing even truthful and accurate examinations of how jihadists use the texts and teachings of Islam to justify violence and supremacism as "anti-Muslim." The endgame is to criminalize all criticism of Islam, so that the jihad can proceed unchallenged. Free Speech Death Watch Alert: "West Australia Police Commissioner Promises To Monitor ALL Emails for Anti-Muslim content," by Ganesh Savathevan for realpolitikasia, June 23 (thanks to Sheik Yer'mami):WA Police Commissioner Karl O'Callaghan is believed to have promised the Islamic Council of WA that his technology crime division will monitor all emails sent and received in WA for anti-Muslim content. Given the nature of the Internet that would include emails from any part of the world.
The WA Police website contains an extensive list of what it considers to be cyber-bullying (see [here]) but the Commissioner seems now determined to extend police powers to include all email communications, and not merely those sent the victim.
Western Australian law imposes criminal but not civil sanctions against racial vilification. In Western Australia, the Criminal Code was amended in 1989 to criminalise the possession, publication and display of written or pictorial material that is threatening or abusive with the intention of inciting racial hatred or of harassing a racial group.
While Muslims are a religious rather than racial group it may not be difficult to deem acts of religious discrimination as acts of racial discrimination given that the majority of Muslims in Australia are to be found in ethnic minorities.
The Australian Human Rights Commission's "Unlocking Doors: Muslim communities and police tackling racial and religious discrimination together" project is but one example where race and religion are treated as one.
The undertaking was reported by an eye-witness who has chosen to remain anonymous, to have been provided at a recent meeting with members of the Council who had complained that Muslims were being abused.
The Commissioner has been asked to explain the nature and extent of the monitoring he is said to have promised but has refused to do so on the grounds that he cannot comment on "police operational activities"....