Those that have been following me for a while know that I love a good debate, recently the popular defence for muslims is;
"We're not in an Islamic country, we're in Australia"
Is this a valid point? In my opinion, yes AND no, mainly no. On one hand we are in Australia and have better intelligence services than most, if not all, islamic countries. But, is our intelligence enough when we cannot address those causing the problem as that would be racial profiling such that those thinking with their bleeding hearts tying the hands of our authorities when they attempt an operation to keep us safe? For example, recently the Immigration department launched an operation to target those working in Melbourne illegally, Mel Gregson and her outragee's rallied at an hour’s notice because it wasn't fair to racially profile people *waaah*. How else could they target those working in the community illegally? These SJW's don't speak for the silent majority who are placing their faith in the police to keep us safe, though it certainly looks that way!
History shows us that non islamic countries are lost to muslims when we feel with our bleeding hearts instead of thinking with our brains. Time after time muslims take over a country with very little opposition from the population because you 'can't tar them all with the same brush'. The moderate muslims fall into line under islamist rule to protect themselves when the numbers start to grow. It happens every time. By the time the public realise what is happening, it's too late... and they STILL face opposition from those who can't see the forest for the trees.
For example, In response to the Cologne sexual assaults on NYE 2015, A German police officer named Bernd K told Bild Newspaper that law enforcement cannot efficiently tackle crime among refugees without being accused of excessive violence or racism, while many dangerous incidents are played down or kept secret to maintain desirable statistics. People do not know what happens in reality, even when it comes to violence or physical abuse, as the general picture looks softened, he continued. “One asylum seeker wanted to cut his fellow’s throat. But the crime scene report included only severe injuries rather than a murder attempt. This looks better for the statistics” Bernd K. explained. In his view, the crime rate among refugees far exceeds that of the local population: “For the last couple of months, I had only one criminal charge against a German, the rest of the suspects were refugees.” Referring to abuse and harassment against women, similar to those that took place in Cologne on New Year’s Eve, the officer said such cases are widespread in Bavaria as well. “At the train station, women are sexually harassed and offended on a regular basis. When we speak of an entry ban to an area, they would shout at us: ‘You are not my police. You are a racist’.” However, when a refugee needs to be controlled, the police cannot arrest him even for a while, the officer said, citing “superior orders” prescribing not to use coercive actions. “Our domestic rule is – better to let him run away".
Read more here. https://www.rt.com/news/328628-german-police-officer-refugees/
There are hundreds of examples such as this one, you only need to look. They are even happening in Australia to a lesser extent, gang rapes and assaults by migrants aren't spoken about in the media for fear of being labelled a 'racist', you only hear about them by word of mouth. We already have high ranking police ordering our police not to do anything about migrant crimes. When is enough going to be enough? When it's too late? When it's you or your loved one targeted for being a white infidel?
How can we ever expect to live in peace with migrants and share our boundless plains if we treat them with reverse racism by expecting them to be incapable of adhering to the same community standards as the rest of the population?
So Islamic countries ARE relevant in this debate because they are examples of what will happen to us if we continue to ignore history, islamic doctrine and the situations in countries such as Germany. If we stop tying the hands of the authorities and let them do the job we put faith in them to do then maybe this argument will become relevant. But until then, it's perfectly reasonable to look to the situation in other countries and be afraid for the future of Australia.