There are no fewer than 16 influential Islamic organisations in Australia, including Hizb ut-Tahrir, and there are countless thriving sub Islamic groups in business for some very odd reasons and with some very questionable motives. All receive Government funding. 

All Islamic schools also receive Government funding which somehow finds its way into the coffers of the “Australian Federation of Islamic Councils”.

The AFIC is the purse holder and governing body for all things Islamic in Australia.

Since 2010 at least seven major Islamic schools have had their funds temporarily frozen because of “serious irregularities” in financial accounting. Many more are under ASIC investigation where millions in taxpayer funds have simply gone missing without record. 

Sydney's largest Muslim school, Malek Fahd, was found to have funnelled back into the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils almost $9 million in school funding. This “accounting” fraud appears to be a common practice in Islamic schools across the country involving hundreds of millions of dollars.

The Government has in most cases decided not to lay charges but merely requests that Islamic leaders promise the defrauded amounts will be repaid in future and in return the funds are immediately unfrozen. 

If the Government does decide to continue freezing the funds Muslim leaders challenge the decision in court where orders are made to unfreeze the funds until the matter is determined. This allows the Muslim fraudsters time to cover their tracks.

One third of the Federal Government budget is now spent on welfare and Muslims have made an art form of sucking every last cent available from the purse. 

Eighty seven percent of Muslims are unemployed (in the UK the figure is 85% although it's difficult to assess if that figure includes the unemployable… aged and young Muslims) most are in receipt of disability pensions. 

Others are rorting the “carer” system where one Muslim parent agrees to foster-care the other “incapacitated” parent’s children using a government handout of $200 per week per child. 

The original Muslim parent then claims she is unable to cope and her children are then foster-cared out to another Muslim parent and on and on it goes in a billion dollar roundabout. 

Of course the children all remain with their own parents and in their own homes without any checks because the Government wants no talk of Islamophobia. It is desperate for Islamic “inclusiveness” and fears the screams of victimisation from Islamic lobby groups which will be well aired by the ABC and Fairfax.

If you add to that the halal tax extortion racket that costs Australian shoppers many more millions it becomes clear just how much Islam itself is costing the average Aussie. 

More of a worry is where all this hard-earned Aussie money actually goes to. It goes overseas somewhere and you’re entitled to shudder to think where.

Now you’d reckon these guests of ours would be appreciative of this limitless well of milk and honey we provide for them without question. 

Well, not really, because many want to cut our heads off, change our legal system and create a Sharia State and the so called Islamic “moderates” don’t whimper a word of protest.

But it doesn’t end there… the forty Aussie lives lost trying to get Muslims a better life in their homelands are vilified as hell-bound infidels who deserved to die.

And our wonderful Government tells us it can’t afford more than a 1.5% increase in ADF pay?

Well, if Abbott’s not prepared to plug the massive Islamic financial drain on our resources, how about canning his beloved paid parental leave scheme, there’s an immediate $2.5 billion right there and what about the ABC’s $1.4 billion budget from which MD Mark Scott pays himself an obscene $800,000 pa? 

I know, what about Australia Post’s boss, Ahmed Fahour’s $4.8 million pa from which he pays (as a tax deduction of course) $4 million to a Muslim museum while at the same time sacking 900 Aussies!

Okay, if all that stuff is sacrosanct how about we cancel just two of those 70 flying lemons on order, the F-35 joint strike fighters? After all, they will be obsolete by the time we see one, if we ever do, and at $US161 million each that would neatly cover a CPI increase in pay for the ADF diggers.

Don’t want to do that either? Well, there’s a lazy billion still begging to be cut from the bloated Public Service. 

Fair dinkum, if the Government wanted to get serious, Joe Hockey could be back in surplus next week and our Aussie ADF blokes could have a nice Christmas… er, seasonal holiday period.

Funny how we honour them when they die for us, but show them scant respect while they remain alive.

All a matter of financial priorities I suppose.

[Correction made, Australia Post boss is paid $4.8 million pa.]

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I didn’t take 24 hours to develop a comeback I just wasn’t and am not interested in communicating with some one whose mind is closed.

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Oh thank you. You have made my day. Another troll frothing at the mouth insulting people rather than addressing the facts. Your hopes for me and your comments about my intelligence are lost on my bloated sense of self worth. I am secure in who I am so nothing you can say about my intelligence nor my thinking skills concerns me. You know nothing of my journey of self discovery nor my true intelligence so your rants do not even touch me. It is nice to see that suddenly you can lift yourself out of the gutter and speak something… Read more »

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so you can speak in more articulate forms than pin dick rat fuck….. I thought that was the case……. I thought you could use some of your brain cells to do your own research. I can post links but you wont read them. Now my bloated sense of self worth has decided it has better things to do that chat with some moron who thinks I’m a Muslim just because I am better educated than him which means at a subconscious level you must have agreed with the statistics about education. I’m not Muslim I just happen to have critical… Read more »

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Thank you Mr Bates for pointing out my error. I made an assumption that Mr Fahour was a public servant. he is not and thus I stand corrected and rightly so. The figures for SES in the Public Service are correct. My assumption was flawed. However I can assure you the other figures concerning unemployment are accurate. Also I worked in the climate of foster care for 20 years so I can verify that payments can not be entered for more than one placement per child. There were ministerial complaints made by carers who took on the care of a… Read more »

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By the way if you have a genuine interest in being able to present an informed argument try google scholar to search for empirically tested research outcomes.

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Melbourne University did a study so did Flinders University into the qualifications, education levels and employment of Muslims in Australia the studies extend back to 2006 and involved a study of Muslim graduates from university who came from diverse racial backgrounds such as Lebanese, Bangladesh, Indonesian, Turkey etc. So just not Arab Muslims from the middles east. Not only were these graduates better educated than most Australians they encountered discrimination and were paid less than their non Muslim peers with the same qualifications. If you want to question the Melbourne University and Flinders University you will need to be more… Read more »

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No Mr Bates I only managed 98% in my Maths in Society Unit in Year 11. But that was a struggle because maths is not my strong point. Critical thinking is my strength. All of the information I have provided above comes from credible sources outside the distortion of the media. Why didn’t you check the 13.4% unemployment figure rather than seek to find fault with my argument. It can be found at ABS or the Newcastle University. A critical thinker looks for flaws in their own argument and I have found mine in this one thank you. But a… Read more »