Australia: Multiculturalism doesn’t work because we don’t throw enough money at it

The  blame  is on Australians for not submitting:

Yet another manipulated government survey  blames the ordinary Aussie battler for the failed policies of the criminal  Red-Green government.

From the report:

“a small but vocal number in the community hold racist views”

Islam is not a race, but complicit government apparatchiks are desperately trying to make it one.

“The committee’s analysis has revealed that the perception of Islam as a threat has led to serious concerns within the community, which in turn is sometimes used as a justification for aggressive racist attacks and intensifying the marginalisation of Muslims,” the report says.

Call to quell rising tensions over Islam

PATRICIA KARVELAS From: The Australian

A TWO-YEAR parliamentary inquiry into multiculturalism has been overwhelmed by concern about Islamic integration, with the bipartisan committee declaring it “does not support legal pluralism”.

As revealed in The Australian, the report released yesterday recommends that the government promote the message that “multiculturalism entails both a respect for cultural diversity” and a commitment “to the framework of Australian laws and values which underpin social cohesion”.

Of the 513 submissions received during the inquiry, 212 raised concerns about or discussed the question of Islam in Australia.

The report says most Australians are not racist; they are comfortable with cultural diversity and enjoy its benefits. But it warns that “nevertheless, a small but vocal number in the community hold racist views and are exacting a high toll both on emerging communities and on social cohesion”.

Many submissions asserted that multiculturalism was “laying the foundations for ethnic separatism under increased migration from Islamic countries”.

“References were made to Muslim ‘enclaves’ in Sydney and Melbourne, and the riots in Cronulla in 2005, to suggest a lack of willingness on the part of Muslims to embrace the Australian lifestyle, values and behaviours,” the report says.

The committee also heard that organisations such as Hizb ut-Tahrir and conservative imams were promoting the radicalisation of second-generation Muslim youth and voluntary social exclusion. This was thought to encourage Muslim-only enclaves, leading to long-term problems such as unemployment.

Of the total submissions, 113 made specific reference, or objected, to the possible introduction of legal pluralism to accommodate the requirements of Islamic sharia law.

“The committee’s analysis has revealed that the perception of Islam as a threat has led to serious concerns within the community, which in turn is sometimes used as a justification for aggressive racist attacks and intensifying the marginalisation of Muslims,” the report says.

“This results in and springs from a consolidation of conservative attitudes both within Islamic communities and across the mainstream, with public discussion entrenching fear and alarmist views.”

The committee says it does not believe that viewing Muslims or multiculturalism through a prism of distrust will lead to a stronger, richer or safer community. It advocates “a supportive and flexible approach by respecting other cultures, languages and practices”.

It also “supports measures to foster understanding and liberal debate on Islam” and calls for “joint initiatives across academic institutions between Australia and the region”. The committee says it does not consider legal recognition of Islamic practices necessary or desirable.

Its recommendations include rebuilding Australia’s research capacity in the field; factoring cultural and linguistic diversity into the government’s social inclusion agenda; increasing flexibility in English language training; and supporting micro enterprises, especially for women.

It says Job Services Australia needs to improve its delivery of services to people of diverse backgrounds, including refugees.

It also recommends the establishment of a government-funded, independent collaborative institute for excellence in research into multicultural affairs.

The committee suggests English language services should offer flexible learning times and more personalised services.

“In the committee’s opinion,”, the report says, “the message conveyed should be that multiculturalism is an inclusive policy which values and respects diversity and promotes inclusiveness and engagement within the framework of Australian laws.”

Related links:

1. Is violence a sign of Islam’s strength or its weakness? Markdurie.com blog

2. Hatred Sounds Sweeter in Arabic? Markdurie.com blog

3. Afroz Ali & the ‘divinely ordained right of a woman’ to enjoy genital mutilation, Winds of Jihad

4. The Whitewashing of Hate, The Jerusalem Post

5. German Church Becomes Mosque, Gatestone Institute

6. Burkas and Babies, American Thinker

7. Egypt’s ‘Christian Winter’, Ben C Stiller

8. Sharia Law Swallowing Indonesia, Gatestone Institute

9. Another Attempt to Murder Free Speech in Denmark, Gatestone Institute

 

6 thoughts on “Australia: Multiculturalism doesn’t work because we don’t throw enough money at it”

  1. It sounds as if the report was written by muslims!!!! The truth is that the public are waking up to the threat posed by musilm scum, and the ALP does not like this.

  2. “multiculturalism entails both a respect for cultural diversity” and a commitment “to the framework of Australian laws and values which underpin social cohesion”.
    Seems to me everyday Australians support the first part and don’t need further hitting over the head with the big stick of government! The problem lies in the second part. There are a sction of the Muslim community who will not allow Muslims to integrate or respect Australian laws and values. Are the governments of Australia(Local, State and Federal) going to ignore the truth of this and endeavor to turn everyday Australians into cowaring disenfranchised Dhimmis? All governments of Australia need to be put on notice that everyday Australians will not allow this to happen. Islam will be put in its proper place or it will be ousted from our shores.

  3. The idiots on the Parliamentary Committee can’t even get their narrative straight. If there is to be ‘a commitment to the framework of Australian laws and values,’ this necessarily entails the privileging of a particular credo and worldview over all others, n’est ce pas? By definition, this can not be ‘multiculturalism,’ which implies that all cultures are of equal value, and all are equally worthy of respect. What the Committee is really talking about is a form of integration (Shock! Horror!) but it’s not honest enough to call it that.

  4. Hi Sheik

    Yeah I read this drivel into todays paper,

    These authors must be Muslim, or brain dead lefties ( is there another kind). Imagine: two years to report this crap, I reckon Sheik you could have written better in a ten minute sitting. Joke.
    Where on earth have there been racist attacks on Muslims??? What drivel.

    “Its recommendations include rebuilding Australia’s research capacity in the field; factoring cultural and linguistic diversity into the government’s social inclusion agenda; increasing flexibility in English language training; and supporting micro enterprises, especially for women.”

    As usual…. no it’s not failed multiculturalism that is to blame, but we just aren’t kissing muslim arse hard enough. What a joke.

  5. I agree sheik, a pile of taqiya. The gist of it is that the jizzya will go up.

    Honestly, how does an unemployed Aussie feel, when the Govt. promotes muslim employment for “social cohesion”.
    Australia is making the same mistakes as Europe and it refuses to listen to warnings for ideological reasons.

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