So the word “council” is used to describe this group’s tens of thousands of people in a religion/cult but only one individual is making a statement of objection. Australia is a secular constituted country with a constitution stating in a whole section of the constitution that there is no religion that can go against or influence our secular laws and I have difficulty seeing the word council describing a religious group. As for the statement in the first picture. Section 116 of the Constitution of Australia precludes the Commonwealth of Australia (i.e., the federal parliament) from making laws for establishing any religion, imposing any religious observance, or prohibiting the free exercise of any religion. Section 116 also provides that no religious test shall be required as a qualification for any office or public trust under the Commonwealth.
One would have thought there would be a petition of some sort signed by the concerned and honest peoples of this religion after 2 years of ISIS involvement in our community of a religion numbering up to and over 500,000. One would have thought after numerous arrest involving hundreds of police over the past decade for countless offenses involving:
1.Group jailed for conspiracy to blow up a major sporting facility. 2. Conspiracy charges proven to blow up major infrastructure. 3. Conspiracy to attack defense force installations. 4. Gang rapes of Australian women. 5.Promoting to gain logistics and funds and recruits for a prescribed terrorism organisation. 6. The city of Sydney was the place for major religious riots that saw police harmed. 7. In recent time the deaths of Australian citizens in conjunction with a follower of this religion holding siege to a coffee shop. 8. Authorities foil attempts by the followers of Islam to abduct an Australian citizen off the street and behead them in front of a camera. The above links to creditable and real incidents are just a few of the numerous criminal or terrorist acts either already convicted and awaiting the courts verdicts.
On that pretext. A body of people in a nation whom object to their religion and followers being subject to suspicion and condemnation for proven criminal and terrorist acts in the past, would as a foregone conclusion in fact create a “petition’ either online or in writing to be tabled to authorities as a statement of objection to what is currently deemed as a large proportion of their followers of this religion being militant and mortally dangerous to the Australian society as a whole.
Yet thus far this type of “petition” has not appeared or has never been mentioned.
Could it be suggested that this particular religion and its followers has an ethos to be independent of secular societies and also has an infrastructure in its teaching to be a totalitarian political entity that goes against Australia a democratic secular society.
As seen in the first picture the word extremism has been expressed which in itself puts forward the fact that leaders of this religion know full well that in their following there is present extremists and yet will not work with the authorities to combat this problem that is set to see major disruptions and possibly fatal consequences.