The moron running around saying it all is a pastor, but he used to be involved in the christian political party here called Family First. Bunch of morons if you ask me ... Tried to stop the cervical cancer vaccine being put out there for free for anyone between 16 and 24 I think it was. Said that such a vaccine would make their daughters more promiscuous .... More so? HA! They're the girls who give girls a bad name for sex and the like once they go to university and get off of mummy and daddy's apron strings ... Anyways off topic ...
But as it turns out this idiot pastor isn't involved in the political scene anymore (far as I'm aware anyways) so every now and then he just comes out with some really random nonsense to keep everyone thinking that we have to be just as paranoid as the fanatics in America. No offense to the Americans on the board ... But that's probably the easiest way to describe it. They have to run around saying "God this" and "Jesus that" at every given opportunity. Wish people would just realise he is a farce and be done with him. He just likes the attention, plain and simple. That, and he's a wonderful example of why religion and politics should never be used to try to do the same thing. Religion has it's own place, just as politics does. Keep them separate, as it should be, and things work much smoother ...
Oh, found this on wiki though ... Since I don't know much about the man lol
He has also been a candidate for the Family First Party, but was subsequently asked to leave the party.
But anyways, I found some more on this story ... It really does make me feel ... Ick. Not sick, just ... Ick.
"The type of altar discovered on Mount Ainslie pointed to a black mass and the work of dark forces wanting to cast spells on Australia and federal parliament," Mr Nalliah said in a statement.
"These days people don't think the devil is real, but we have seen the bad effects of the spiritual being known as Satan and we believe there is a spiritual fight over the nation of Australia being fought in the heavens."
Asked what evidence of Satan there was in parliament, Mr Nalliah said: "The number of politicians who have serious marriage problems."
Legislation supporting homosexuality, abortion and a push for a bill of rights were other areas where the devil was having influence.
"Me trying to explain it to you is like trying to teach a cricketer how to play soccer," Mr Nalliah said.
He said 100 Christians from across Australia would be at Mount Ainslie this weekend.
"Our main reason for going to Mount Ainslie is to pull down the strongholds of the devil to repent and pray against any evil done in our land including the adverse effects of witchcraft, homosexuality and, of course, the devastation of abortion, so that God will save our land."
Source: http://www.news.com.au/adelaidenow/stor ... 11,00.html
(Same story, different take and information).