Archive for December, 2007

Danny Nalliah “Satan’s strongholds” leaflet: Clearing up 3 misconceptions

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INTRODUCTION

The purpose of this article isto clear up three misconceptions about a controversial leafletcreated and distributed by Danny Nalliah of Catch The Fire Ministries. These misconceptions have been busily circulating across the mainstream media, and the web.

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Take the money!

PRODOS and BARBOO dance the night away at Hearts of Oak Lodge (Freemasons, Australia)
Barboo and Prodos grabbing a dance at the Hearts of Oak
(Freemasons) Christmas Party (Photo by
Tim Warner)

No sooner had we arrived at the Hearts of Oak (Freemasons) Christmas Party this evening, than a fellow Freemason walked by, pressed me on the shoulder, and said with a smile and some emphasis, “Take the money!”

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Danny Nalliah versus the dumb, the lazy, and the bigoted

Sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference between dumbness,intellectual sloppiness,and just plain bigotry. Here are some examples where one or all (can you separate them?) of these “methods” are applied in aseamless stream of smearing.

Their target is a man I admire greatly: Evangelical Christian Pastor, Danny Nalliah.

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Jeff Jacoby and Andrew Bolt challenge flawed NIE report on Iran Nuke program

Boston Globe columnist, Jeff Jacoby, exposes the stupidity and unreliability of the American NIE (National Intelligence Estimate) report on Iran’s nuclear program.

Read Jeff Jacoby’s analysis: No Reason to relax on Iran

Among other things, he writes:

If the NIE is taken at face value, the mullahs stopped their efforts to weaponize uranium in 2003 “primarily in response to international pressure.” Now what could that be referring to?

There is only one plausible candidate: the invasion of Iraq and toppling of Saddam Hussein.

Andrew Bolt, Herald Sun, Australia

I note also, that Australia’s Andrew Boltaddressed this point last Friday: Bush still tall in the saddle

But wait a minute. So the US intelligence services say they now believe Iran stopped trying to build nuclear weapons in 2003?

Gee, what event that year might have shocked and awed them into pulling back?

Was it the same event that not only liberated Iraq, but jolted Libya into giving up its own illegal nuclear weapons program?

Furthermore, the Israeli government, which I consider the most reliable source on Iran’s intentions andactivities says:

It’s apparently true that in 2003 Iran stopped pursuing its military nuclear program for a time.

But in our opinion, since then it has apparently continued that program.

That’s from Ehud Barak, Israel’s Defence Minister.

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Greg Sheridan on Peter Costello as dishonourable wrecker

Notwithstanding the views of Peter Coleman, Greg Sheridan today presented a devastating criticism of Peter Costello – the former Federal Treasurer and close collaborator of Michael Kroger:

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