“Immigrant values” means Islam, submission to sharia, of course.Â
Those “immigrants” don’t ask nicely, they demand that we submit. Or else.
Andrew Bolt says dumping of changes to Racial Discrimination Act section 18C is ‘dangerous’
On the 2GB segment, Bolt said his prosecution and the subsequent banning of his articles was “astonishing”.
He also claimed Australia is “being asked to assimilate to immigrant values” in response to Mr Abbott’s decision to drop the changes.
“He announced that he was dumping the free speech changes at a press conference actually called to announce fresh new measures, strong measures against terrorism, people who had been fighting for jihadist groups overseas and would be coming back radicalised and with superior killing knowledge and pose a danger to us,” Bolt said.
He referenced Mr Abbott’s comment that everyone needs to be part of “team Australia” when it comes to counter terrorism.
“What he is saying is the very people, the very ethnic groups that would take exception to 18C are the same ones that are, in part, some of them, affected or take offence to the anti-terrorism legislation. To make them feel not picked on he’ll retain laws against free speech,” Bolt said.
As for who those who might “feel picked on by terrorism measures”, Bolt identified “obviously Muslims, jihadists, people from the Middle East.”
“Don’t we need a frank debate, more frank than it’s been so far, into how the Islamic culture, Muslim culture, how they integrate here? That is a very difficult and dangerous discussion.”
Despite his anger, the News Corp commentator andÂ Bolt ReportÂ host said he did not blame Mr Abbott for dumping the 18C changes.
“Tony Abbott I’m not blaming because he did try. He found immovable forces … he couldn’t have got it through the Senate,” he said.