Wow! Muslims Banned in Australia… Liberals are NOT HAPPY!

When Trump talked about stopping Muslim immigration, it was obvious that all Democrats and Liberal yahoos were going to yell until the cows came home about how Trump is a racist.

They are so wrong…

Racism is the belief that one race is better than another only due to the color of the person’s skin. Islam is not a race, it is a religion. It is a religion that is extremely radical. These are the people who blow themselves up in crowded places as they believe they will be able to party with 72 virgins in heaven.

Trump wanted to put a temporary ban on Muslim immigration until we could put proper security measures in place to ensure that no terrorists got through.

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Now Australia is taking a stand against Muslims, with 49% of them supporting an immigration ban on Muslims. Last October this figure was 28%.

The Essential Research survey also revealed 48 per cent of voters would welcome a national debate on the issue, and showed that two thirds of Australians agree that populist senator Pauline Hanson talks about topics other politicians are afraid to bring up.

The top reasons for wanting a ban were fears over terrorism, and a belief that Muslim migrants do not integrate nor share Australian values. The poll was first conducted in early August and then repeated to ensure the results were not outliers.

Australia want to preserve their traditional values, yet this is called racist if we did it?

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“Floored” by the results, the pollster laments that the “basket of deplorables”, who he previously thought were just a “marginalised rump, out of step with the views of modern, mainstream, cosmopolitan Australia”, is too big to ignore.

He writes: “This not a ‘basket of deplorables’ who sit outside the confines of polite society, that is 49% of the men and women who make up our nation.

“Yes, they are more likely to vote Coalition or ‘other’ but 40% of Labor voters and one third of Greens agree too. Look around you right now, there are people in your workplace, in your street, on your train, who agree with Hanson.”

What are your thoughts on this?


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