The chips are down: the multiculti insanity in Australia is no longer allowed to be questioned. ScoMo is essentially agreeing with Labor that national cohesion trumps free speech and open debate.
What a jerk!
ScoMo demands visiting speakers conform to PC speech standards.
The Liberal Party is now a replica of Labor.
The other speakers who are being promoted as part of the Deplorables Tour Gavin McInnes and Tommy Robinson have not at this stage been granted a visa and the tour may be subjected to even further delays.
Labor criticised Coleman’s reversing of Home Affairs’ decision with Labor’s Foreign Affairs spokesperson Penny Wong stating that the Minister should have agreed with his department that Milo visiting Australia was ‘bad idea’ and ‘not good for national cohesion’.
Wong went to to say that Milo’s statements that ‘feminism is cancer’ and ‘Islam is AIDS’ are ideas Australia doesn’t want. She also accused the government of caving into the outrage from conservative commentators and said ‘they were living in a bubble’.
Scott Morrison when asked about the decision to grant Milo a visa stated ‘free speech is important in Australia’ but also issued a warning to Milo and other similar right wing speakers who wish to tour Australia ‘when people come to Australia they are expected to ‘respect Australians, our values, and our multicultural society’.
ScoMo did not sound a warning to Islamic savages, who come here to fire up the believers with jihad allures and take millions of dollars with them to finance the global jihad.
This is a particularly alarming statement from an alleged conservative Prime Minister. The policy of multiculturalism in Australia is now not allowed to be questioned by anyone, he is essentially agreeing with Labor that national cohesion trumps free speech and open debate.
But this shouldn’t surprise us too much given that multiculturalism is a bi-partisan policy, as illustrated the outrage expressed by both parties during Fraser Anning’s maiden speech in the Senate which saw a handshake from then Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten and a hug between Jewish MP Josh Frydenberg and Muslim MP Ed Husic to symbolize unity.
Milo could very well be the last right wing speaker and critic of multiculturalism to be allowed into this country given this warning from Scott Morrison and Labor’s apparent new position to block any speakers who may be offensive from touring Australia
One Nation leader Pauline Hanson when news of the initial Milo ban was leaked said the government was acting as an arm of Antifa, the loose collection of far-left groups who stage the violent and aggressive protests against right wing speakers. With Morrison parroting Antifa’s multiculturalism message, it is a statement which has a ring of truth to it.
In other news:
WHO LET THEM IN?
MILO LET IN, BUT LIBERALS’ FREE SPEECH BELIEVERS LET DOWN
After a couple of months of stalling on a visa for Milo Yiannopoulos and several attempts to find pathetic excuses for banning him, the Morrison Government has finally caved to the outrage from advocates of free speech. Milo is getting a visa, but too late to restore Immigration Minister David Coleman’s free speech credentials.
MILO BAN: LIBERAL YOUTH GUARD SAVE ELDERS FROM SHAME
COLUMN The only good news from the Morrison Government’s craven attempt to ban Milo Yiannopoulos is that the Liberals’ youngest MPs forced it last week to drop it. Tim Wilson, 38, James Paterson, 31, and Amanda Stoker, 36, remembered something older Ministers seem to have forgotten. Liberal principles.