The Greens demonstrated that they do not wish to hear any voice or opinion but their own. They do not believe in democracy and take every chance to attack it.
-walking out of Parliament when alternative opinion is giving their views.
– calling for the cancellation of a people’s vote on homo ‘marriage’ so they can decide, because the people’s view might be counter to their agenda. You could cancel general elections using this excuse, I mean why ask the people anything if they are so unworthy?
All dangerous stuff and does not bode well for the future of a democratic Australia.
Pauline Hanson in her first Senate speech has blown up politics as usual and made Malcolm Turnbull seem even weaker. She has called for a ban on Muslim immigration, new mosques, the burqa and halal certification payments.
She says Islam and its “hyper-masculine culture” is incompatible with our society, and claims Muslims “bear a culture and ideology which is incompatible with our own”.
Too many Australians are afraid to work alone at night. They are afraid of terrorism.
She notes high rates of imprisonment and welfare in Muslim communities. She claims that if we do not resist Islam we will live under sharia law, since Islam demands Muslims live in a theocracy.
The Greens have walked out in protest. So did Labor’s Pat Dodson and Nick Xenophon’s Senators.
Many Liberals are sitting glued to their seats.
When Hanson gave her maiden speech in the House of Representatives 20 years and four days ago, Liberals boycotted it. This time they do not dare. Hanson is too powerful, with her four Senate votes and huge popularity – not to mention her scars.
Turnbull’s nightmare has a new chapter. How can he repudiate what she says, other than to say it is not wise to say what in many respects is either the truth or the sentiment of so many Australians, most of them too scared until now to say so?
Where she is vulnerable is in not distinguishing between Islam’s teaching and the actual conduct of many “moderate” Muslims. Yet there is a truth that her critics will refuse again to even acknowledge, let alone debate.
That’s where Hanson is absolutely spot on. We have no way of sorting the ‘moderates’ from the true believers.
Hanson will be the guest of Steve’s and my radio show at 8pm.
Many Liberal Senators, and Labor, too, congratulate Hanson afterwards.
Again, we are being told that Muslims make only 2.2% of the population, (“tiny minority of excremists” anyone?) This is entirely wrong and foolish. Muslims are well connected to the worlds 1.5 billion umma, 56 nations in the UN dominate the agenda under the flag of the OIC, their lobby power is enormous. And everywhere where Muslims are in the majority, the life of infidels has become very dangerous, very miserable and costly. There is no reason at all why we should have more of this in Australia.
The most absurd statement comes from the Greens, who never seem to get past sloganeering:
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We’ve got an obligation to call out hate speech, to call out racism, to call out bigotry whenever we see it.