Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Would PNG be a better place if it was still am Australian Territory?

I lived in Papua New Guinea for 1 year in 77/78. It was not long after it was made independant by the Whitlam regime. The time I spent there was enjoyable and at the time the country was a rather friendly place. There was and still is huge potential in the natural resources and people. Talking to a few friends I still have there and reading the latest news shows that PNG is on a not so slow spiral into central american style banana republic. The rule of law is almost non existant, the wantok culture dominates and corruption is everywhere.

May people have argued that PNG was made independant before it was ready, some say it should have remained an Australian territory indefinately, either of these things would have made the life and prospects for the average person there much better. A new study makes an arguement that the longer a country was colonised the better the life of the inhabitants now. I am sure that this is applicable in the sorry case to our north.

Thursday, October 19, 2006

Islam approves of Slavery, in fact it could be said to encourage it.

Those sick perverted morons who adhere to the religion of peace look forward to a new caliphate. I suppose that this will be one of the benefits.

ABit More Moslem Instruction On How You MUST Live your Life

Being a moslem requires that you make no decisions on how you choose to live. The Koran lays down rules on how you must live evry facet of your life. I like to shave but I doubt that god cares whether I do or not.

This tells you about what to sacrifice, I like the part about 1/7 of a camel. I wonder what happens to the rest of the animal. Has anyone seen a camel with three legs getting around?

Saturday, October 07, 2006

Totalitarian Regimes, Islam and the Killing of their own Citzens

It is obvious to any reasoning person that totalitarian regimes murder their own citzens on a massive scale. The USSR, China, Nth Korea, Cuba, Kampuchea.......the list goes on and on, socialism was the common theme in these regimes. This article - demonstrates that along with its regulation of a believers daily life, Islam and Islamic governments and societies are the dominant theme in the death of millions of moslems. I cannot see an Islamic reformation on the horizon and short of having one forced upon it, Islam will continue to be a scourge on all who live under it or alongside it.