(whatever that means, its not about freedom of speech)
This blog featured the Muslim lackey Kotsiras previously:
- Kotsiras attackedÂ Police for being racist and demanding more cultural sensitivity in law enforcement is even to the left of (lefty Attorney-General Rob Hulls)
The State Government says Victorians should not be complacent following the violent protests seen in Sydney on the weekend.
An anti-Islamic film has fuelled demonstrations around the world, with protesters marching on and attacking US embassies throughout the Middle East.
Six men have been charged in Sydney after violence broke out during a protest on Saturday.
Victoria’s Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Nicholas Kotsiras says his office has been in constant contact with the Islamic Council of Victoria and police.
“Fortunately we haven’t had what happened in Sydney on the weekend but we can’t be complacent,” he toldÂ ABC local radio.
“We have to keep working together to ensure that people understand that they can be proud of who they are, be proud of their heritage but also be proud of being a Victorian and an Australian.”
Just try and live up to what you say, jerk!
The secretary of the council, Sherene Hassan, says while the protests were unacceptable, politicians should be careful with the language they use.
“Describing the rallies as being un-Australian I don’t think is very helpful,” she said.
Nobody should be seen being ‘helpful’ to muslims or Islam. Nobody.
“Singling out a particular group and saying they’re less Australian than the rest of the community certainly doesn’t help them feel part of the community.
They are not. Â Part. of. the. community. Â For them, its believer vs unbeliever. Enough of this BS!
“I think we should be labelling the violent protests as violent and vile and disgusting, but I don’t think the word un Australian was necessary at all.”
No Muslim should be in Australia. Period. Nobody has the right to pervert and contaminate our society like Muslims do. Muslims will never be Australians, never!
“We need to try and find solutions together and not single out individuals.”
No. We don’t. We need internment and deportations.