Outraged residents have slammed the Council over its decision to make Mackay a “Refugee Welcome Zone”.
The mayor smears his constituents as “rednecks” for resisting the “multicultural” blessings he’s determined to inflict on the town.
In other news:
The Greens lie and smear in the politics of hate, now claiming Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton is a racist, fascist and neo-Nazi running a White Australia policy.
Bronwyn Bishop: ‘Critics of Peter Dutton are cowards. They won’t come out and criticise the murder of South African farmers. They won’t stand up for women in radical Islam. We’re entitled to discriminate about who’s entitled to come here’
Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton’s remarks about white South African farmers, including possibly granting them special immigration consideration, evoked charges of “discrimination”…
What’s wrong with commonsense policies that discriminate between culturally compatible immigrants (say, Christians) or too often not (Muslims); costly to taxpayers or less so; potential contributors or “victims”; and so on?
We discriminate daily in many ways. We avoid sitting beside that bloke talking to himself, or that obese woman occupying most of the seat. Around our kitchen tables (to former Human Rights Commissioner Gillian Triggs’s horror) we laugh on seeing photos of someone as “white” as ourselves claiming Aboriginality, whereas we would never laugh at a genuine Aboriginal from, say, Arnhem.
Why not exercise similar common sense when choosing those immigrants whom we admit to permanent residence (and prospective citizenship)?
Too bad, Aboriginal ‘activists’ can’t blame the white-man for the sickening trend of domestic violence in indigenous communities.
WHY CAROLINE IS WRONG ABOUT CORY
Caroline Overington makes some good points about the ABC calling a conservative a “c..t”, but also a very bad one:
Bernardi is saying he wants to go after the ABC not on free speech grounds per se but for a lapse in taste, a fall in standards, collapsing manners and so on.
What a crock…
You don’t get to pick and choose. If you’re a conservative, then you’re for free speech, including vulgar speech.
That argument is surely wrong.
In fact, Overingon mistakes being “for free speech” with being “for” whatever anyone then chooses to use their free speech to say. She confuses the right with the content.