Australia’s first female Muslim MP Anne Aly gestures furiously at conservative politician George Christensen after Peter Dutton says he’ll ‘call out extremism
Once again, we see the “fanatical frenzy that is more dangerous than rabies in a dog” (Winston Churchill) on display, by Australia’s very own “deradicalisation & counter terrorism expert” Dr Anne Aly, who never deradicalised anyone and never will.
- Labor MP Anne Aly has gestured angrily at Liberal Nationals MP George Christensen in Question Time in the House of Representatives on Monday
- The Member for Cowan pointed at him when Mr Dutton mentioned he would call out extremists if he saw them, after a comment by Bill Shorten
- Mr Christensen is known for his hardline stance on immigration
- Mr Dutton was criticised for saying the Fraser government in the 1970s had made mistakes bringing Lebanese refugees to Australia
Labor politician Anne Aly (left) has been photographed gesturing furiously at George Christensen after Peter Dutton said he would call out extremism if he saw it
The Member for Cowan (pictured) reacted angrily to the Immigration Minister’s comments during a parliamentary debate on Monday in the House of Representatives
Labor politician Anne Aly has been photographed gesturing furiously at George Christensen after Peter Dutton said he would call out extremism if he saw it.
The Member for Cowan reacted angrily to the Immigration Minister’s comments during a parliamentary debate on Monday in the House of Representatives, reported the Sydney Morning Herald.
During the debate, Mr Dutton told parliament that former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser had made ‘mistakes over migrants’.
When Opposition Leader Bill Shorten asked Mr Dutton which communities he was referring to, Mr Dutton said he was bullying him and said he would stand up for himself.
‘I won’t be bullied by this great fraud of Australian politics… Where I see extremism I will call it out.’
“Extremism” is a BS-word that is used to circumscribe jihad.
Ms Aly then gestured so angrily towards Liberal National MP George Christensen, that her leather jacket fell off her shoulders.
Mr Christensen is known for his hardline stance on immigration, previously suggesting that immigration to Australia should be restricted from countries where violent extremism is prevalent.
Again, what the journaille here omits is the words ‘Islamic terrorism’, not ‘violent extremism’.
Liberal Nationals MP George Christensen (pictured) is known for his hardline stance on immigration, previously saying that Australia should restrict immigration from countries with violent extremism
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton (pictured) told parliament the Fraser government had made a mistake bringing Lebanese refugees to Australia
During Question Time Mr Dutton told parliament the Fraser government had made a mistake bringing Lebanese refugees to Australia.
He said they were partly to blame for Australia’s struggle with foreign fighters travelling to international conflict zones and suburban violence linked to newly arrived communities.
‘The advice I have is that out of the last 33 people who have been charged with terrorist-related offences in this country, 22 of those people are from second and third generation Lebanese-Muslim background,’ Mr Dutton said.
Opposition leader Bill Shorten (pictured) questioned Mr Dutton’s comments, asking him which communities he was referring to in his comments about the Fraser government’s policies
On Facebook, Labor MP Tim Watts described Mr Dutton’s comments as ‘extraordinary’.
‘The Minister for Immigration seems to think that criminal behaviour by ‘second and third generation migrants’ (AKA ‘Australians’, AKA the grandchildren of migrants) is attributable to immigration policy.’
Yes it is. Labor MP Tim Watts had better start familiarizing himself with the Islamic doctrine of warfare. It helps.
In other news:
Nigerian troops fighting the terrorist Boko Haram group in the north-east state of Borno on Sunday intercepted two suspected members of the sect believed to be on a mission to procure drugs for libido enhancement, and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases and other illnesses.