Mid September 2014 the media was overwhelmingly reporting about Australian Border Force (ABF) detaining senior extreme preacher in Australia. There is no doubt that many of Australian terrorists currently fighting in Syria is a direct and indirect result of the work of this preacher. Despite this, his brief detention and interrogation at the airport was reported with a language of deep surprise and condemnation even from very conservative Murdoch media.
The media was also quick to report on the Sydney young man who is suing the government for being detained at Sydney airport and prevented from flying overseas.
But surprisingly, there was no media coverage of detaining me for around 2 hours and the subsequent farce of AFP conspiring with foreign authorities to ban me from entering other countries.
The media was very interested in the fact that Australian security agencies were doing their job (incompletely) by interrogating very extreme preacher, who was then allowed to travel freely to Saudi Arabia and Qatar. But it did not interest them that a very well-known anti-extremism campaigner was detained at Melbourne airport and interrogated for possible links to ISIS and then was banned from entering other country under request from AFP.
The media was very outspoken that security agencies suspected that Al Qaeda supporter was interrogated at airport for possible links to terrorist organisations. But media was deadly silent and did not react when security agencies detained and interrogated (and then conspired with foreign authorities to restrict movement) very well-known anti-extremism campaigner for possible links to ISIS.
Media until now is deadly silent after we provided them with documents indicate strongly that AFP conspired against community leader and very well respected anti-extremism campaigner!!!
Not only this. Until now, I cannot find a solicitor to act on my behalf to sue the government and enforce them to release full documents. So far, I contacted 5 different solicitors; many of them are very vocal against authorities “violating” rights of known extremists/possible terrorists under the slogan of “defending civil liberties”. None of them agreed to represent me against AFP.
It is very clear the reason for all this. I am proud that I was against the so-called Syrian revolution form the beginning. And this is the real reason behind all this.
Immediately after the authorities started to talk about local terrorism related to Syrian “revolution”, I was contacted by ABC journalist. Immediately she said “you were right on every word you said for the last 4 years”.
This admission did not change much of rhetoric on Syrian “revolution”. The ABC until now still thinks and promotes that what is happening in Syria is revolution and not regime-change conspiracy using terrorist organisations.
While I will write later more extensively about the Syrian “revolution” and how Australian authorities and media risked to compromise our national security supporting this terrorist phenomenon. I want to send simple message here: I totally oppose Syrian “revolution” and I vote.
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