BRACE YOURSELVES, AUSTRALIANS! The Mooselims are going to try to educate you out of your ‘Islamophobic’ ways

Get ready for a barrage of propaganda TV commercials where you will be lied to about the wonders of the ‘most perfect man’ who ever lived – the paedophile prophet Mohammed.


Daily Telegraph (h/t Horst S)  MUSLIM activists will launch the first TV commercial in Australia about the Prophet Mohammed in a bid to improve the religion’s battered image.

The Islamic community has raised a war chest of “tens of thousands” of dollars to fund a series of 30-second commercials, due to air on the main television networks from July 9.

They are the brainchild of the Mypeace organisation, based at Bankstown, which is attempting to build bridges between the Muslim community and other Australians. Mypeace is dedicated to addressing “misconceptions about Islam”, educating Australians about the religion and inviting questions from outsiders.

“The commercials will be animated with voice-overs and will have quotes on the screen.

“Mohammed is the most influential man in history and the commercials will show what scholars and historians have said about him.”

How about some Churchill quotes?



Gandhi said the prophet “holds undisputed sway over the hearts of millions” and George Bernard Shaw described him as the “saviour of humanity”.

How about some Rushdie quotes?


The image of Sydney’s Islamic community was damaged when (frothing at the mouth) Muslims rioted in the central business district in September last year over a YouTube video that they believe denigrated the religion.

(Thanks to the Islamophile immigration policies of soon-to-be-gone Prime Minister Julia Gillard), Muslim numbers in Australia have soared by 40 per cent to 476,291 in just five years, paving the way for an Islamic building program of schools, mosques and prayer rooms in Sydney and Melbourne.

The prime-time ads, set to appear on Channels 7, 9, and 10, and SBS over several months, feature major figures of history including Mahatma Gandhi and George Bernard Shaw extolling the virtues of the Prophet Mohammed.