“There are problems with multiculturalism and it’s about time our politicians had the guts to mention some of them,” wrote the new ABC chairman Ita Buttrose back in 1988. Maybe Ita could be just the person we need to remove the obvious Left wing bias from our national broadcaster, with its constant promotion of the evil of multiculturalism.
The Christchurch terrorism once again revealed that the ABC believes that only those with “green” Left views should be allowed to comment, but anyone who had ever voiced criticism of unlimited immigration, the need for border control, or the danger of returning jihadis, is disqualified from expressing their conservative views.
This bias has long been noticeable in almost every terrorist attack, where the ABC refuses to accept any connection between the suggestion of Islam, and the attack, until film emerges of black bearded individuals wielding guns and shouting Allahu akbar.
It is a worry that if Labour is returned in the coming Federal election, the deeply held views of many concerned about the refusal of Islamic immigrants to integrate into Australian society, will be classified as hate speech and criminalised. Many of us saw the uncontrolled immigration policy of Tony Blair and George Brown in the UK with resultant riots and Sharia law, lead to a desire for Brexit, and an open debate would be infinitely preferable, to avoid the strife and chaos which has resulted there.
Numbers15:15, ‘The community is to have the same rules for you and for the foreigner residing among you; this is a lasting ordinance for the generations to come. You and the foreigner shall be the same before the LORD.’ Peace is not possible when foreign cultures are retained and insisted upon, especially when their religion makes very obvious violent demands.