Just yesterday I posted thatÂ Geert Wilders Â is coming to Australia, and now the Â unholy Â convergence of socialist bootlickers and their Mohammedan masters are doing what they do best: shriek, vilify, smear and attack.
The Australian political elites and Â the despicable lame-stream media have abandoned common sense a long time ago.
A few samples of the venomous rubbish on display:
Senator Bernardi detested for connecting with WildersÂ (a rather dilletantish article by Cindie White, a commenter is far better informed)
Calls for Bernardi’s scalp over Wilders
LIBERAL Senator Cory Bernardi is facing an angry backlash and calls for his scalp after he promised to help controversial Dutch politician Geert Wilders organise his visit to Australia(Source).
Mr Wilders, 48, has faced accusations of racial vilification for his hostile views on Islam.
He provoked outrage among the Netherland’s Muslim community after branding Islam a violent religion, likening the Koran to Hitler’s Mein Kampf and calling the Prophet Mohammed a pedophile.
Senator Bernardi has admitted extending an invitation to assist Mr Wilders with “his schedule or arranging appropriate meetings” in Australia.
But has since moved to distance himself from the visit.
Senator Bernardi is the shadow parliamentary secretary for families and assisting the opposition leader.
Treasurer Wayne Swan said Senator Bernardi had a history of indiscretions espousing right-wing extremist views and the issue would be a test for Opposition Leader Tony Abbott’s integrity.
He said if Mr Abbott failed to act, it would be telling of his own views.
“It will just demonstrate Mr Abbott is someone who can’t be believed and is someone who also sides with extremists,” he told ABC TV.
Labor frontbencher Peter Garrett echoed the call saying Mr Wilders had dangerous views “which are completely at odds with Australian culture and Australian values.
Peter Garrett knows about Australian values? Like honor murders, the burqa, child-marriage, polygamy, murder for blasphemy, terror and Â genocidal hatred of non-Muslims?
“Mr Abbott should show some leadership, discipline this senator, remove him from his portfolio responsibilities,” he told reporters in Sydney today.
Peter Garrett is a sick joke. He is only second to Bobby Brown, the head-lunatic from the greens.
Mr Garrett declined to say if he believed Mr Abbott should have Senator Bernardi expelled from the Liberal Party, in the way John Howard had Pauline Hanson disendorsed as a candidate ahead of the 1996 election.
Opposition Leader Tony Abbott denied Senator Bernardi was trying to bring Mr Wilders to Australia.
“That’s not the position, he’s not,” the Liberal leader told reporters in Brisbane.
“The coalition has nothing to do with the organisation of any trip.”
Senator Bernardi has previously called for the burqa to be banned, although this view is not endorsed by his coalition colleagues.
The British initially banned Mr Wilders from visiting their shores in early 2009 because of fears he would threaten community harmony and public security.
Labor senator Kate Lundy would not say whether Australia should ban Mr Wilder’s from visiting.
“Mr Wilders will have to go through the normal processes for applying for a visa,” she told reporters in Canberra on Wednesday.
She said Senator Bernardi was sponsoring Mr Wilders’ visit “like he was some sort of rock star”.
“Mr Wilders’ views are very hurtful and offensive to Muslims and I think to many Australians,” she said.
Not as hurtful as jihad, terror, genital mutilation and headchopping.
Australian Greens senator Richard Di Natale condemned Senator Bernardi’s associations with the Dutch hardliner.
“Multiculturalism is one of this country’s great successes and it must be defended,” he said.
Funny that they always fail to specify which ‘success’ multiculti has brought to Australia.
The question is whether Tony Abbott is prepared to defend it from those in his ranks.
In 2009, Opposition Leader Malcolm Turnbull sacked Cory Bernardi from being shadow parliamentary secretary for disabilities, carers and the voluntary sector, following his thinly veiled slur about fellow South Australian Christopher Pyne.
Speaking to reporters in Sydney, senior coalition frontbencher Joe Hockey said Wilders was an unpleasant character who should be avoided.
Joe Hockey is a bloviating social engineer in the wrong party.
“This gentleman seems like a very unpleasant character and I think it’s far better we have nothing to do with him,” he said.
Mr Hockey declined to say if he believed Senator Bernardi should be disciplined for supporting families portfolio.
“I’m not going to speculate on those matters,” he said.
Mr Hockey said he was sure Mr Abbott was telling the truth when the opposition leader said he did not offer to organise Mr Wilders’ visit to Australia.
“I’m sure that Tony Abbott is telling the truth,” Mr Hockey said.