FACE THE FACTS: Vol 2, Ed 6

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Political correctness, allied with Section 18c of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975, is the weapon of choice used by all factions of the Left, the anarchistic Greens, and Centrist Liberals of Australia to stifle any meaningful discussion about social, economic and immigration policy in our once fundamentally egalitarian society.  More and more often we are able to speak less and less about what's on our minds and about what really matters to the preservation of what made Australia a great place to live.

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When asked what it is that makes Australia stand out in their minds, many people from other nations say its the long held perception that Australia is a place where most people are given a fair go, and that we give our best in the face of greatest adversity.  Well, these things may have been true some years ago, but today we are mostly afraid to publicly be honest and forthright about anything.  Say what you mean nowdays, and you're likely to find yourself on the end of a social media trolling by cowardly, anonymous, left-leaning brutalists, or being forced to defend your views in a costly and potentially life destroying legal action.

There has been much talk recently about disruption and disenfranchisement, and the growing distance between ordinary people and the ruling and economic elites.  Political correctness is one of the weapons used to maintain that chasm, being used to silence criticism and punish contradiction.  However, political correctness is also being used to silence opposition to the dismantling of our liberal democratic social structures in preparation for the superimposition of Sharia doctrinology and the islamification of Australia - and, indeed, the rest of the world.

Read the frightening truth about political correctness and the rise of Islam in Face the Facts now !

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Our new documentary looking closer into halal certification schemes in Australia has just been released.

Titled HALAL CERTIFICATION - The Unpalatable Facts, the new production published by Q Society of Australia Inc and HalalChoices, exposes the unregulated mess that is the halal certification industry in Australia.

Produced by Debbie Robinson and presented by Kirralie Smith, with contributions from Senator Cory Bernardi, George Christenson MP, Bernard Gaynor, Debbie Robinson and members of the Assyrian Community, the video was released on Friday, 23rd June 2017 at 4:55pm AEST. If you can't see the Vimeo player window underneath, point your browser to https://vimeo.com/222287917 

 

My Red Pill Trip

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It was Monday night, 17 April 2017, when I heard about the documentary The Red Pill. Its screening was cancelled at Sydney University, as well as at cinemas in Melbourne. (1) Why? Bullies threatened the venues. Third wave regressive feminists, (2) who hadn’t even seen the documentary claimed erroneously, that it promoted violence and misogyny.

 

If there are ideas, speakers or events you don’t agree with, then threaten, intimidate, disrupt venues, even attempt to kill speakers (3 &3a) and the event will most likely be cancelled.

 

 “Free speech for me but, not for thee”. (4)  

 

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FACE THE FACTS, VOL 2 ED 5

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The latest edition of FACE THE FACTS is now available for reading online.

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Media Statement

Following media reports today and comments made by others, Q Society makes this response to the requests for information consequent upon this morning’s media reports.

Landmark Halal Court Case Ends in Mediation

Civil rights organisation Q Society of Australia Inc. and a halal certifier agreed to end their long-running legal dispute in a mediation session on Monday, 27 February 2017.

For details please refer to the attached settlement announcement.

The president of Q Society, Mrs Debbie Robinson, said: “From today, we are no longer forced to tie up resources in a legal dispute that could have lasted for years. We can now dedicate time and resources to our primary purpose: To critically inform Australians about Islam and the impositions of fundamentalist Muslim organisations on Australian communities. We will work diligently towards political measures to stop the Islamisation of Australia.”

Mrs Robinson continues:  “The case has provided valuable media exposure for our cause.  Q Society will continue to investigate and expose the practices of some halal certifiers and lobby for the implementation of three fair and simple policy proposals concerning halal certification: Mandatory labelling, apply the ‘User Pays’ principle and end workplace discrimination.”

“Under the terms of settlement, the certifier must pay for his legal costs. All donations made to the Q Society Legal Defence Fund go towards our defence costs, which I estimate to be in excess of $500,000.

“I want to thank our supporters who stood by us and so generously donated to our legal defence. The support we received shows that the Australian community spirit is alive and strong.”

 

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Contact: Debbie Robinson

Mobile: 0422 347 176

Email: president@qsocietyaustralia.org

SETTLEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT

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El-Mouehly v Q Society & Ors<br>
Supreme Court Defamation Proceedings No. 2014/377391
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Today the parties in these proceedings have settled their legal dispute and intend to move forward without engaging in further disputation.
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None of the parties, in expressing their views, had any intention to defame the other and each regrets that occurring.  Mr El-Mouelhy has lived in Australia since 1975 and became an Australia citizen in 1981.  He is a frequent and substantial contributor to Muslim and non-Muslim charities, including donations to specific projects for the protection of the poor and disadvantaged.  The Q Society its board members and Kirralie Smith did not intend to suggest that the profits of Mr El-Mouelhy's halal certification business were in any way improperly used.  
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The Q Society its board members and Kirralie Smith apologise to Mr El-Mouehly for the hurt caused to him as a result of the publications the subject of the proceedings. 
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In light of the above apology Mr El-Mouehly withdraws the comments he made about the Q Society, its board members and Kirralie Smith in response to their publications.
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(signed)
<div align="left">Mohamed El-Mouelhy </div>
<div align="right">Q Society of Australia Inc<br>
Kirralie Jane Smith<br>
Debbie Robinson<br>
Peter Dominic Callaghan<br>
Ralf Schumann</div>
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Date: 26 Feb 2017

El-Mouehly v Q Society & Ors

Supreme Court Defamation Proceedings No. 2014/377391

Today the parties in these proceedings have settled their legal dispute and intend to move forward without engaging in further disputation.

None of the parties, in expressing their views, had any intention to defame the other and each regrets that occurring.  Mr El-Mouelhy has lived in Australia since 1975 and became an Australia citizen in 1981.  He is a frequent and substantial contributor to Muslim and non-Muslim charities, including donations to specific projects for the protection of the poor and disadvantaged.  The Q Society its board members and Kirralie Smith did not intend to suggest that the profits of Mr El-Mouelhy's halal certification business were in any way improperly used.  

The Q Society its board members and Kirralie Smith apologise to Mr El-Mouehly for the hurt caused to him as a result of the publications the subject of the proceedings. 

In light of the above apology Mr El-Mouehly withdraws the comments he made about the Q Society, its board members and Kirralie Smith in response to their publications.

 

(signed)

 

Mohamed El-Mouelhy

Q Society of Australia Inc

Kirralie Jane Smith

Debbie Robinson

Peter Dominic Callaghan

Ralf Schumann

Date: 26 Feb 2017