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Serious Aussie Green Party's Senators Walk Out On Pauline Hanson's Islamophobic Speech!

JohnTan

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ONE Nation Senator Pauline Hanson has prompted a walkout in the Senate with her maiden speech that said Australia risks being “swamped" by Muslims.

“We are in danger of being swamped by Muslims who bear a culture and ideology incompatible with our own,” she said.

The Queensland Senator also paid tribute to her infamous maiden speech in the House of Representatives 20 years ago in which she said Australia was in danger of being swamped by Asians.

Only now, she claims Islam represents a threat to Australia’s way of life and called for borders to be closed to immigrants — even offering to drive people to the airport to leave the country permanently.

“If you are not prepared to become Australian and give our country your undivided loyalty … I suggest you go back to where you came from,” she said.

Greens Senators walked out of the chamber in protest following that remark.

Opening with “I’m back, but not alone,” she rehashed the anti-multiculturalism rhetoric of her first in 1996.

“It’s about belonging, respect and commitment to fight for Australia,” she said.

“Australia had a national identity before federation and it had nothing to do with diversity and everything to do with belonging.”

The woman who once married and had two children with a Polish immigrant said the Australian way of life had suffered, thanks to residents born abroad.

“Indiscriminate and aggressive multiculturalism have caused crime to escalate and social cohesion to decline,” she said.


“Too many of us live in fear of terrorism.

“Muslims are prominent in organised crime, anti-social behaviour is rampant and ... surveys find that in neighbourhoods of Muslim settlement ... Australians, in general, are more fearful.

“Islam cannot have a significant presence in Australia if we are to live in an open, secular and cohesive society.

“We have seen the destruction it is causing around the world. We will be treated as second class citizens with second class rights if we continue with the, ‘She’ll be right mate’ attitude.”


Ms Hanson also took aim at welfare recipients, foreign investors and the legal system, calling for a ban on immigration and to look out for the “aged, sick and helpless first.”

With a shaking voice, Ms Hanson opened by idealising the controversial parliamentary speech of 20 years ago.

“It was speech that shook a nation woke up many Australians and gave hope to those who thought no-one was listening,” she said. “That speech is still relevant now.”

The Queensland senator even described herself as a “political prisoner”, in reference to a jail stint for electoral fraud on what she described as “trumped up charges”.

In reference to her three One Nation colleagues in the Senate she said: “I cannot begin to express the pride and honour in being joined in this place by three of my colleagues.

“As a strong, united team, I guarantee we will make a difference.”

Senator Hanson’s maiden speech bore many similarities to the one she made in the House of Representatives in 1996.

Senator Hanson’s maiden speech bore many similarities to the one she made in the House of Representatives in 1996.Source:News Corp Australia

The “simplistic” speech was seen by commentators as a “flick-the-switch answer to complex issues.”

Greens leader Richard Di Natale said his party’s senators walked out because they have an “obligation to call out racism wherever it occurs.”

“Racism has no place in Parliament but that is what we have just heard from Senator Hanson. I stand by those people hurt by her words,” he tweeted.

Fellow One Nation Senator Malcolm Roberts said he agreed with Senator Hanson that Islam was not “compatible” with Australian way of life.

“Islam is not compatible with our society, our country, our laws,” he said.

Ms Hanson also warned that globalisation, free trade and ethnic diversity have “seen the country’s decline”. She called for a ban on burkas, Muslim immigration and Australian companies paying for Halal certification.

“Halal certification tax has been forced on us, costing Australians $10 million a year ... it’s a money making racket,” she said.

She also placed Islamic schools and mothers on welfare on notice, saying they should only receive payments for one child and not more.

“If they have more there will be no increase to the welfare payment get a job and start taking responsibility for your own actions,” she said.

She took aim at Family Law, as she did in her first maiden speech, and claimed women make “frivolous claims” and that unless there were changes “we will continue to see murders out of sheer frustration”.

Earlier, she had insisted an eye-roll during a speech by Senator Roberts was not out of disrespect but because she was “simply embarrassed.”

“I wasn’t rolling my eyes out of disrespect to Malcolm’s kind words, I was simply embarrassed.

“After 20 years of having most people in the public eye slander and take pot shots, I guess I don’t take compliments too well.”

http://www.news.com.au/national/pol...h/news-story/dd9f35bbf254a75908973a129237d0d8
 

eatshitndie

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they should not only walk out but drop out of parliament altogether and surrender their seats to pauline's party members who rightly deserve them.
 

frenchbriefs

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if australians dont protect the sanctity of their state and sacrosanct of their home,soon they will be swamped by hordes of undesirables and riff raffs threatening to tear apart the fabric of their culture.australia immgration levels are reaching critical levels,nearly 27 percent of their population are alien.pretty soon it will be too late for tears just like the useless sinkies kpkb all day on forums.time to join the anti globalisation movement,the world unite against mass immigration!!!!
 
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The_Hypocrite

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they should not only walk out but drop out of parliament altogether and surrender their seats to pauline's party members who rightly deserve them.
Spot on... The world will be a better place with out these left wing bleeding heart liberal fuckwits. And the things these Greens advocate for is nothing but advocating treason. They should all be rounded up and hang on the streets with a sign around their neck with the words Traitor written on it.
 
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frenchbriefs

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Spot on... The world will be a better place with out these left wing bleeding heart liberal fuckwits. And the things these Greens advocate for is nothing but advocating treason. They should all be rounded up and hang on the streets with a sign around their neck with the words Traitor written on it.
dont be stupid,stop blaming the left wing and the libs for everything,the right wings are responsible for the curse and scourge of mass immigration,remember right wings are the capitalists and pro corporations while left wings are the socialists,who loves immigrants more than corporates and the right wing?all the talk about anti immigrant and anti muslim is all bullshit,without foreigners where are they going to get their abundant source of cheap labour and fulfill their labour supply needs?and do the jobs that nobody wants to do for very little pay?globalisation is a curse started by the corporations and right wing politicians like reaganomics and margaret thatcher,u can send some of ur functions of your company overseas to third world countries,but at the end of the day some of you still have to stay behind in first world developed countries and establish a presence in the highly developed economies,and also there are things that cannot be done in third world countries........thats where all the mass immigration comes in!!!!!!!if a developed country is flooded with immigrants,the natives' power is weakened and their unions and collective bargaining power is weakened and marginalized.

Remember Singapore has always been a Right wing government and pro business since the ronald reagan and margaret thatcher days,thats why our government loves foreigners so much!!!!!!
 

winnipegjets

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Spot on... The world will be a better place with out these left wing bleeding heart liberal fuckwits. And the things these Greens advocate for is nothing but advocating treason. They should all be rounded up and hang on the streets with a sign around their neck with the words Traitor written on it.
And Pauline will go for you too. You are an immigrant and she doesn't like immigrant, even if the immigrants sleep with her.
 

eatshitndie

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And Pauline will go for you too. You are an immigrant and she doesn't like immigrant, even if the immigrants sleep with her.
ironic that sinkies hate ft's being shoved down their throat and taking away their jobs yet disparage her for rightfully pointing out fallacies, foolishness, and dangers of a liberal immigration policy. can't have your cake and eat it too, you know.
 

rodent2005

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Opening with “I’m back, but not alone,” she rehashed the anti-multiculturalism rhetoric of her first in 1996.
Anti-multiculturalism? She's only talking about Islam and not other religions.

Greens leader Richard Di Natale said his party’s senators walked out because they have an “obligation to call out racism wherever it occurs.”
Racism? Islam is not a race.
 

Victory2016

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Racism goes both ways.

Muslims want their space, yet they intrude into the rights of others..... from demanding govt funded halal certification to outright terrorism.

Their food suppliers should pay for their own certification.
Terrorists and their supporters should be banished back to where they came from.
 

The_Hypocrite

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Corporates are not right wingers...corporates can sleep with anyone as long as there are profits. The rise of the real right wing like National Socialist are due to the left wing bleeding heart liberal fuckwits destroying the country..This is the reaction,,,look at France and the rise of the National Front etc? these are reactions to the socialist polices which do not give a damn about the working class people...also the socialist has been at the forefront of corporate welfare...

dont be stupid,stop blaming the left wing and the libs for everything,the right wings are responsible for the curse and scourge of mass immigration,remember right wings are the capitalists and pro corporations while left wings are the socialists,who loves immigrants more than corporates and the right wing?all the talk about anti immigrant and anti muslim is all bullshit,without foreigners where are they going to get their abundant source of cheap labour and fulfill their labour supply needs?and do the jobs that nobody wants to do for very little pay?globalisation is a curse started by the corporations and right wing politicians like reaganomics and margaret thatcher,u can send some of ur functions of your company overseas to third world countries,but at the end of the day some of you still have to stay behind in first world developed countries and establish a presence in the highly developed economies,and also there are things that cannot be done in third world countries........thats where all the mass immigration comes in!!!!!!!if a developed country is flooded with immigrants,the natives' power is weakened and their unions and collective bargaining power is weakened and marginalized.

Remember Singapore has always been a Right wing government and pro business since the ronald reagan and margaret thatcher days,thats why our government loves foreigners so much!!!!!!
 

The_Hypocrite

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Another politician that makes sense..


http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-09-...mmigrants-without-'australian-values'/7850426



George Christensen calls for restricting immigration from countries that do not share 'Australian values'

AM
By political correspondent Louise Yaxley
Updated Fri at 6:33amFri 16 Sep 2016, 6:33am
deos



The Liberal National Party's George Christensen has called for immigration to be restricted from countries where violent extremism is prevalent, telling Federal Parliament many recent immigrants do not share Australian values.
Key points:


  • LNP backbencher says immigration should be halted from countries with 'extremism'
  • Christensen calls for broadening of anti-terror laws
  • Labor says Christensen has 'undue influence' on Government


The Queensland backbencher's speech is at odds with the Prime Minister's recent words.
Malcolm Turnbull has repeatedly described Australia as the most successful multicultural nation on earth.
A day after the One Nation leader Pauline Hanson advocated a ban on Muslim immigration, Mr Christensen told Parliament he was concerned about "the rise of Islamism in this country and those who are willing to commit violence in the name of that ideology".
"I think we should consider some tighter controls on borders such as restricting immigration from countries where there is a high prevalence of violent extremism and radicalism," Mr Christensen said.
He said many immigrants in recent years did not share what he called "Australian values".
"Why did they choose to come to Australia in the first place?" he asked the House of Representatives.
"There are other countries that they would find less offensive, countries where they could enjoy a similar level of oppression and violence to which they are accustomed, which they obviously want.
"It is not necessary to travel half way around the world to come to Australia and demand that Australians change their culture, their society and their laws to match those of their former homeland."
Christensen calls for anti-terror law reform

Mr Christensen also called for anti-terror laws to be taken a step further.
"Those who do not hold dual citizenship but have the capacity to become citizens of another country should have their Australian citizenship revoked and be advised to seek alternative residency arrangements," he said.
Senator Hanson's said in her first speech Sharia law should not be allowed, and Mr Christensen told Parliament he was also worried about it.




"Sharia is not a religion and for that matter neither is Islamism. In this country there is no freedom to pick and choose which laws you obey," he said.
Labor frontbencher Anthony Albanese emphasised that Australia had a bipartisan agreement on a non-discriminatory immigration policy.
"We live in a harmonious society. We should cherish it, we should ensure that we are very proud of it and we should oppose any attempt to divide us as a community," Mr Albanese told AM.
Mr Christensen earlier had a political victory when the Government changed its superannuation plans and he withdrew his threat to cross the floor.
Mr Albanese said Mr Christensen seemed to be wielding power within the Government.
"We have some fringe elements who are a part of a mainstream political party now in Australia and it is of concern," he said.
"Some of these fringe elements appear to have undue influence in Malcolm Turnbull's Government."
 
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Grago

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Another politician that makes sense..


http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-09-...mmigrants-without-'australian-values'/7850426



George Christensen calls for restricting immigration from countries that do not share 'Australian values'

AM
By political correspondent Louise Yaxley
Updated Fri at 6:33amFri 16 Sep 2016, 6:33am
deos



The Liberal National Party's George Christensen has called for immigration to be restricted from countries where violent extremism is prevalent, telling Federal Parliament many recent immigrants do not share Australian values.
Key points:


  • LNP backbencher says immigration should be halted from countries with 'extremism'
  • Christensen calls for broadening of anti-terror laws
  • Labor says Christensen has 'undue influence' on Government


The Queensland backbencher's speech is at odds with the Prime Minister's recent words.
Malcolm Turnbull has repeatedly described Australia as the most successful multicultural nation on earth.
A day after the One Nation leader Pauline Hanson advocated a ban on Muslim immigration, Mr Christensen told Parliament he was concerned about "the rise of Islamism in this country and those who are willing to commit violence in the name of that ideology".
"I think we should consider some tighter controls on borders such as restricting immigration from countries where there is a high prevalence of violent extremism and radicalism," Mr Christensen said.
He said many immigrants in recent years did not share what he called "Australian values".
"Why did they choose to come to Australia in the first place?" he asked the House of Representatives.
"There are other countries that they would find less offensive, countries where they could enjoy a similar level of oppression and violence to which they are accustomed, which they obviously want.
"It is not necessary to travel half way around the world to come to Australia and demand that Australians change their culture, their society and their laws to match those of their former homeland."
Christensen calls for anti-terror law reform

Mr Christensen also called for anti-terror laws to be taken a step further.
"Those who do not hold dual citizenship but have the capacity to become citizens of another country should have their Australian citizenship revoked and be advised to seek alternative residency arrangements," he said.
Senator Hanson's said in her first speech Sharia law should not be allowed, and Mr Christensen told Parliament he was also worried about it.




"Sharia is not a religion and for that matter neither is Islamism. In this country there is no freedom to pick and choose which laws you obey," he said.
Labor frontbencher Anthony Albanese emphasised that Australia had a bipartisan agreement on a non-discriminatory immigration policy.
"We live in a harmonious society. We should cherish it, we should ensure that we are very proud of it and we should oppose any attempt to divide us as a community," Mr Albanese told AM. "
I ask myself the same question, why go to a country that differs in social and cultural values as the immigrant, when there are several that share the same views, social and cultural similarities. Yet when these immigrants go those countries which "they deem" to be culturally opposite to their values, belief and claim they are being "disadvantaged".
Why go to those countries in the first place??? I have always thought when you immigrate to a county of CHOICE, you integrate. Yes do keep you cultural identity BUT not to the point where it's completely opposite to the immigrant's believe and social outlook. NOT Happy, then go to a country that fits more of the immigrants view and social wants. The immigrant is the QUEST and should behave accordingly.
 

JohnTan

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The aussies are a bunch of racist, white supremacist pricks. They should be more tolerant of black, brown and yellow people. They should import in more Muslims. No society can call itself pluralistic or multi-cultural without a sizeable Muslim population.
 
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