Vast Majority of Australians Think Islam and Terrorism are Related


I wonder what gave them that idea. Might have been all the bombings. Or the children holding beheading signs. But the Q Society, a pro-Democratic, Anti-Islamic Theocracy organization, conducted a revealing poll.

According to a recent Morgan poll conducted on behalf of Q Society of Australia Inc., the majority of Australians are clearly concerned about Islam and 70% believe Australia is not a better place because of Islam. The survey, completed in late October, found a majority (53 per cent) of Australians want full face coverings banned from public spaces and 50.2 per cent want Islamic sharia law banned all together.

Notably only 15 per cent of Australians think Islam and terrorism are not related. Multicultural advocates seeking to cancel Christmas, Easter or ANZAC Day celebrations in their quest to not offend other cultures should take note that 96.5 per cent of the population disagree.

Q Society spokesman Mr Andrew Horwood said the poll results validate the need for new strategies and policies. While followers of most religions seem to get along well, Australian politicians must acknowledge Islam is not just another religion and the growing concern is not a fringe issue.

Q Society offers a proposed Charter of Muslim Understanding, written by former Muslim scholar and sharia expert Sam Solomon as a starting point for developing strategies and policies.

You can find a copy of the charter here. Meanwhile the numbers are ominous for Oz.

In 2011, the Pew Research Centre forecast that Australia’s Islamic population would grow nearly five times faster than the rest of Australia and reach 714,000 in 2030.

There was only one small problem with that assessment. Actually, it was a big problem.

It assumed in January 2011 that Australia’s Islamic population was 400,000. When census sheets were filled out across the nation in November that year, 476,000 ticked the box that belonged to Allah and his prophet of unpeace.

That was an increase of 140,000 in five years. There are three and bit more five year lots between now and 2030, so if you assume that each of them sees the same-sized Islamic increase, then that means there will be 940,000 Muslims in Australia in 17 years time.

Remember, despite the size of its territory, Australia only has a population of 22 million. And that means overwhelming it won’t take too long.

Almost 10 million migrants over the next 50 years will swell Australia’s population to more than 40 million by 2060 and more than 50 million by 2100, under dramatically higher new projections by the Bureau of Statistics.

The projections, the first for five years, envisage tens of millions more people crowding into Australia’s capital cities over the next 50 years, overwhelmingly due to migration.

The high projections envisage an Australia of 42 million people by 2050 and 70 million by 2100.

And most of those “people” would actually be Muslim immigrants.


  • GSR

    I’ve been to Australia. Nice people, very down to earth, with oodles of common sense and no patience for pretension. On Islam, I agree with the majority, 100%.

    • ziggy zoggy

      50% of Australians are fine with sharia law and 47% think burkas are cool.

      • Raoul

        Aren’t you thinking a wee bit binary here? For example between “burqas are cool” and supporting a formal legal ban when talking to a stranger conducting a survey on the telephone, there are miles of water to cross.

        Instead of bagging what is an encouraging result, you may want to consider what this really means.

        • ziggy zoggy

          You either oppose burkas and head rags in public or you don’t. There is no other option. 50% of Australians don’t oppose sharia law. Yes, that is very encouraging – for the islamopithecines

      • GSR

        Don’t get me wrong, personally I am against burkas and other “ancient wardrobes” but clothes are only well, clothes. I am strongly against Sharia. But the critical issue is of course, immigration. I am for stopping or at least greatly reducing the inflows of Muslims. But the American Jewish community, being mostly left-wingers, traditionally favors high immigration. Hmm.

        • ziggy zoggy

          Burkas are disguises and used to conceal identity, weapons, etc. They should be outlawed in every Western country. Imagine trying to describe a burka clad terrorist to the authorities, or spot a bomb, gun, etc. Also, Islamic clothing is an expression of supremacism. Would you be OK with people walking around with KKK garb?

      • Jason

        PC culture is as strong in Australia as it is in Europe. Many people will privately hold commonsense beliefs about Islam, but would be anxious to express those beliefs, even in surveys. Also, the polling company who did this (Morgan) is noted for consistently producing polls that favour the left by a few points over other companies.

        No one is encouraging immigration apart from the government and the usual multiculturalist idiots. I remember a poll a few years back, 80% of the population was against the country from growing to 35 million people in 2050. We are very isolationist down here, and we like to keep it small. It’s part of our identity. Yet, like everywhere else, the government screws us over. Even though it’s a right wing government, immigration will still go up. We’re too scared to say it, all of us.

        • ziggy zoggy

          As strange as it is to write, I’m glad the government and vocal majority are behind the PC image Australia has. You normal Aussies need to speak up. The islamopithecines colonizing your country are much worse than the Mexicans colonizing ours. What percentage of Australians do you reckon actually do want those scum there?

          • Jason

            I’d say around 10-15% have no problem with Islamic (or any type of) immigration, and another 10% or so dont care either way. That 10-15% though is of course the shrill minority that makes the majority of Australians scared to speak out. Privately most of us think there is way too much immigration, even immigrants think that, yet for anyone to say it publicly threatens to ruin their life. However, as a positive, the shrill minority party (The Greens) got their lowest primary vote since 2001 this year, only 8%, meaning that less and less people are listening to them. Like Europe, the more Islam we have, the less we like it.

  • Well Done

    As invariably happens in the “developed” world, people from the “under developed” world immigrate to our larger cities, to take advantage of the infrastructure, education, health, and other benefits created by the people who have been here. They don’t go to smaller villages, or create new cities in underdeveloped areas. And we don’t force them to; that would be “racist”.

    The problem with Islam is that a good 20% of its members come from war torn countries where family, tribe, and religion counted a lot more than things like law and country. They will absorb more and more of our benefits and will demand we adhere to their beliefs. Generations of inbreeding makes WAY too many of them easy to convince of such extremism. We have seen, through statements by U.S. president 0bama such as his famous insistence that owners of successful business “didn’t build that”, that the power of gov’t will be used to aid and abet Islamists. When will the West stop letting these creeps in? We don’t need them!

    • GSR

      Well said. I can see you understand that immigration is really the real issue. And not just Mohammedans but others like Mexicans too. Not that Mexicans are as dangerous as Muslims but the sheer numbers of Mexican/Latinos flooding into the US is a huge (mostly negative) influence on our country. The social programs that are spent on immigrants (legal and illegal) would surprise most native born Americans. Today, immigration is a “business” that immigration lawyers, business owners, ethnic lobby groups and politicians are all in on. The American people have no real say.

      • ziggy zoggy

        Sharia is also a problem, as are weapon toting, burka disguised terrorists.

  • Raoul

    The Australian version of Sam Solomon’s Charter of Muslim Understanding, which has references to the Australian counterparts of the European institutions and groups mentioned in the original, can be found here:

    Sam launched the Australian version in February 2013 when visiting Melbourne and Sydney with Geert Wilders on invitation of Q Society.

    Hard copies of the charter can be ordered for from the Q-Shop at

  • Gary Rumain

    I wonder if it had anything to do with the Broken Hill picnic train massacre of Jan 1, 1915.

    • Jason

      That event is virtually unknown to most Aussies. It took me well over a year of reading Jihad Watch and other such sites to stumble across it. There’s not even a monument in Broken Hill to commemorate the event. It is non existent in the Australian conciousness.

      • Gary Rumain

        There’s a movie about it.

        • Jason

          There’s a doco about Edith Cowan, the woman on the $50 note. No one knows who she is either. Just because there’s a doco or movie, doesnt mean people know about it. It’s sad really, because it’s the first (and hopefully last) act of Islamic terrorism on Australian soil.

          • Gary Rumain

            It was the first in a long line of them.

  • Ed FDNYRetiree

    Still no cigar.


  • Jason

    We Australians dont mind immigrants. Most of us have had families here less than 50 years, myself included. Much like America, immigrants here have seamlessly adapted to and added to our culture. I am a proud Australian, the child of immigrants. However, we dont like it when people stir the pot. These Islamist immigrants are the complete antithesis of our society. We dont like people who whinge and complain, like they do. People know how good this country is to immigrants, and that’s why they dont buy into this Islam as an oppressed minority rubbish. They know it’s different. I have never heard anyone raise concerns about the Hindus, Buddhists, Greeks, Italians, Chinese, Vietnamese etc etc groups in this country. Islam is the problem. Everyone knows it, but they’re too damn scared to say it. It’s thoughtcrime, and with a leftwing hate media that LOVES a racism story, anyone who says anything is castigated as a villain. Rise up Australia, get these dole bludging thugs out!

    • ziggy zoggy

      You should state your opinions publicly at ever opportunity. State them to the dole budging thugs, too. They have no intention of ever assimilating to Australian culture. In fact, they mean to replace it. When some foolish lefty defends those supremacist bigots, destroy their canards with facts.

      Maybe somebody else has some suggestions? I don’t know what else you can do besides open a web sight or refer as many people as possible to

      • Jason

        Oh I do quite often. Religion in highschool was fun, because we were taught that of course, Islam was peace. I brought in my Quran, and no one thought that anymore. I got into a lot of trouble for it, but it was worth it. My only suggestion is to keep doing what Horowitz is suggesting, which is to change the culture by making our side the morally upstanding one, which it is for the most part (Aside from gay marriage). It needs to be done everywhere. Leftwing media is not just pervasive in the States, it’s in all of the West. If America changes, it will be easier for Australia and other countries to change, especially in the anglosphere. If we can get the truth about Islam, and socialism out there without being made to feel like racists and cruel capitalists then we have a real chance of winning the West back.

  • chris heath

    I don’t blame the people. I blame the Koran. It first sets out to say that Muslims are superior, and all others are worse than beasts.
    Then it states to kill the infidel, just because he doesn’t believe in Allah.
    And also, to go forth (emigrate) and ‘fight for the cause of Allah’.
    With the ultimate aim of subduing all the people on earth to Allah’s will.
    And not to stop fighting until this is so.
    Sounds a bit far-fetched?
    As Indonesian cleric, Abu Bakar Bashir recently put it, “If the West wants to
    have peace, then they have to accept Islamic rule.”
    Search ‘TROP’ online.

    • ziggy zoggy

      The people concocted the religion to begin with. It is an expression of their debased culture and gene pool.

  • Ben Gilpin

    we are the borg. resistance is futile, you will be assimilated into the collective

  • Richard Connolly