‘Assault on our values’: Malcolm Turnbull urges Australians to maintain national unity
Australia ‘resolute in our unity’: PM
‘Those who oppose us seek to divide us’ says Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull at a National Day of Unity event. Courtesy of ABC News 24.
No, Turncoat. Siding with our enemies divides us.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has called on Australians of all faiths to stand united, declaring that the country will answer the threat of terrorism by “being strong and resolute in our unity”.
What happened to “diversity?” I’m confused!
I think it is imperative now, more than ever, that we try to overcome our differences and misunderstandings and open our hearts to each other
Yes. We need to open our hearts for Mohammedan assassins who murder our people. And you wonder why I despise Turncoat?
Attending a morning tea with religious leaders at Parliament House for National Day of Unity, Mr Turnbull said the tragic killing of police accountant Curtis Cheng earlier this month was a “reminder” of how important it was for Australians to work together.
No, Turncoat. It was not a “tragic killing”, it was a cold blooded assassination of a decent Australian, Turncoat. We don’t “work together” with his assassins, we should eliminate them!
Sheikh Wesam Charkawi and Rabbi Zalman Kastel greet each other at the event. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen
“That murder was an assault, not just on Curtis Cheng … on the values that keep us united,” he said.
“That is what we must remember. Those who oppose us, those who seek to do us harm want to divide us.
I think Turncoat is confused. He doesn’t know who the enemy is.
“We answer them best by being strong and resolute in our unity and that is what we are saying today.”
Grand Mufti of Australia Dr Ibrahim Abu Mohamed, Opposition Leader Bill Shorten and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen
The Prime Minister’s comments follow anti-Islam rallies over the weekend. Police estimated more than 600 people attended a demonstration in Bendigo, while a small group gathered in Parramatta on Friday, chanting anti-Islam slogans.
National Day of Unity is set up by the Lebanese Muslim Association and Welcome to Australia, which promotes better understanding of asylum seekers.
No Mohammedan should be allowed to settle in Australia.
“We must encourage and educate our communities in the attitudes of mutual respect, understanding and acceptance of one another,” Lebanese Muslim Association president Samier Dandan said.
Muslims must “educate” the infidels to submit. Outrageous!
“I think it is imperative now, more than ever, that we try to overcome our differences and misunderstandings and open our hearts to each other.”
Mr Turnbull was joined by Opposition Leader Bill Shorten and Greens Leader Richard Di Natale at the morning tea.
“This nation can only succeed when we work together,” Mr Shorten said
The same psychobabble.
“Faith in this country should never be something whereby some people seek to exclude others.”
Senator Di Natale said his “heart sings” when he sees the “wonderful diversity that is here before us”.
Which one is it now: diversity or unity?
“The people from many different cultures, backgrounds, religions, coming together … making us the most successful multicultural nation on earth.”
Multiculti has failed. Its a stinking cadaver. Di Natale is too dense to understand that?
More than 50 representatives of Muslim, Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Hindu, Sikh and Bahai faiths attended Tuesday’s event.
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