Once a week we put three hours aside to enjoy a thoroughly Aussie competition devoid of socio-political slogans, but this time a year ago such a banner would have been torn down immediately.

Today there is heightened awareness of the dangers mosques pose across the globe.

They are far from the places of worship they are portrayed to be. People are not mugs just because they support Collingwood (except for Eddie McGuire of course) and they have realised instances of terrorism are not deserving of the “lone wolf” tag the Left loves to use.

Terrorism always has group Islamic community backing, it relies on congregational protection and secrecy in planning atrocities and protecting those who manufactured the bombs and convinced the dumbest to turn themselves into mince meat in order to murder hundreds of innocents.

And behind each Islamic terrorist cell is the driving force of at least one of many mosques spewing Friday hate preachers. They high five each other while watching the newscasts. They gloat over their successes as death tolls rise and the injured writhe in pain on the sidewalk.

Even those who follow Collingwood have become aware of the danger mosques pose to non Muslims. More people are now reading the Koran and they are starting to believe it means what it says.

The personality-challenged McGuire wants to ban for life those who strung up the banner covering the scoreboard. What garbage! The sign was certainly in the wrong place at the wrong time but it shows the mosque message is getting stronger and more credible each day despite what McGuire says.

I wonder what McGuire's response would have been had the plot to blow up the MCG and its patrons and players been successful.

The banner at the MCG last night may have upset the PC brigade but it proves that even some Collingwood supporters have sufficient intelligence to understand the danger of proliferating suburban mosques.

And that’s saying something.

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What is our country coming to

Cosmik Debris
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So the AFL doesn’t want football games to be a platform for political agendas? A life ban fir those that impose their political ideology at matches?? So, no more specially themed rounds or PC stunts dividing us by race, gender or sexuality? Yay!!!! I’m so glad I’ll be able to enjoy going to the footy again.

2bits
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2bits

Ellis is no loss to society

aggie
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aggie

‘kem all. I have S.O.L. to day.
So ‘kem all.

aggie
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aggie

Cancer, not good. But I think there is a God, now, at least. Richo, Hey. Who woulda believed it?

pclevel
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Crazydude
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Well it’s happened Newspoll Labor 51 Libs 49. I’m full of disgust for Turnbull and his supporters.

Jerrapin
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Jerrapin

Right message at a well chosen venue.

Oigle
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I’m fed up with all the Publicity the PC Brigade have given This “Prank”
If it had Said “No More Churches” No body would have even Noticed.

CSB
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The coal in that mine is worth about 440 billion at todays price which is roughly half of it’s historic price. I don’t think the Queensland Government is capable of making a sensible deal so I would really like to know how much in royalties they expect to collect, rivers of gold is not good enough for me, I don’t believe there will be any, more like rivers of copper. 10 billion to develop this mine is peanuts compared to what it’s worth, so what’s all this funding nonsense. The Commonwealth Bank must know what the potential cash flow of… Read more »

CSB
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All exports are worthless where taxpaying Australians do not own the means of production. How many “Buy Australian to keep the money in Australia” campaigns have we all heard over and over. Entrepreneur Dick Smith started an Australian food company because he was fed up with foreigners bleeding Australia. The profit side of the ledger is completely missing with foreigned owned, but even if it wasn’t, the Chinese would just pay their 30% tax and still take the bulk of the money off shore to spend on creating jobs in China. On the expenses side of the ledger some money… Read more »

bagman
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the ghost is dreaming

pelican
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D..now just join the dots!

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I agree with you ejada, the point is that Abbott is no longer PM therefore we have to make the most of what we have got, and what we have got is a lot better than what we would have if Labor wins government. The term troll is a fishing term when you trail your line in the water hoping to catch something and that is what the trolls are doing. They make outlandish comments about Turnbull without any proof of what they are saying other than comments from the media in the hope of catching a response that they… Read more »

ThePragmatist
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What the Iranian government and Shia Muslims don’t what you to see. http://i-supportisrael.blogspot.com.au/2016/04/shia-muslims-do-not-want-you-to-see.html?m=1

mots
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Probably can’t find anything on Howard being a high level mason either, how many are?

bagman
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Adani will only go forward with massive government subsidies. I don’t underestestimate the stupidity and malevolence of the majority of politicians currently in Australia. That said ,money is tight and this giant project will need massive amounts of it to commission. Adani is not a miner ,they are a trading company

Shotgun
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This is probably going to get up some on this site’s nose. https://player.vimeo.com/video/154464174

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