Oz: Hostage Crisis Over, Three Dead Including Gunman

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 16, 2014

This isn’t breaking news, because I was asleep when it broke (despite appearances, I am actually one man).

But at 2:00 AM Sydney Time, police rushed the chocolate shop where a Moslem was holding hostages and freed all but two, who died. The Moslems also died.

The hostages taken to the hospital include:

  • A 75-year-old woman was shot in the shoulder. She is in a stable condition.
  • A 52-year-old woman was shot in the foot. She is in a stable condition.
  • A 43-year-old woman was shot in the leg. She is in a stable condition.
  • A 39-year-old man received a minor facial injury due to gunshot. He was treated at hospital and has been discharged.
  • A 35-year-old pregnant woman was being assessed at hospital. She is in a stable condition.
  • A 30-year-old pregnant woman was assessed in hospital. She is in a stable condition.

The most important thing at this time is that we all remember that Islam is a religion of peace, and ensure that no Moslem’s feelings are hurt, ensure that the unlimited flow of Moslem immigrants into White countries continues.

We also need to urge that the swat team be investigated for racism.  Why did they need to shoot this man?  Most likely, they did it out of pure hatred.  This whole system needs investigated.

Evidence Shows He a Good Boy, He Didn’t Do Nothing

The poor guy had family problems.  The police should have had more compassion for his cultures.

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The family of Noleen Hayson Pal, the slain ex-wife of the Sydney siege gunman, have expressed their anger that he was not behind bars.

Man Haron Monis, 50, who was shot dead by police in the early hours of Tuesday morning, was on bail after being charged with being an accessory before and after the fact to the 2013 murder of Pal.

Pal’s “god brother” Talat Khalik, who lives in California, posted a series of furious comments about Monis on Facebook.

“Thats systems tere f***d up but im still happy he.died [sic],” Mr Khalik, who refers to Pal as his sister, posted on his Facebook page.

“Fu**n lucky tey got u before we did now.rest in hell f****n asshole [sic].”

He also posted a picture of himself with his arm around Noleen, writing: “Noleen miss u [sic]”.

His mother, Momina Khalik, who also lives in California, said Monis should have been in custody.

“y the first place they let him free on the sydney streets they should have let him rot in the jail his a f****n sick animal [sic],” she posted.

Pal, 30, was stabbed multiple times and set alight in a western Sydney unit block in April 2013.

Finally, what we need to remember is that most Moslems do not actually believe in the Koran or any other aspect of Islam which approves of terrorism.  They mostly just like dressing up in robes and singing songs.  They don’t really care about the religion itself or want to kill people simply because the Koran tells them to.

I say again:

Islam is a religion of peace because most Moslems do not actually believe in the religion and so are peaceful.

We must now show compassion for Moslems, who are the real victims of this attack.