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Exclusive: Wilders joins Sattler
Premier Colin Barnett says he may have had a hand in stopping Geert Wilders from holding a public speech in Perth. It didn’t stop the Dutch MP from joining Howard Sattler in an exclusive interview where he discussed his ideologies and what thought of the Premier's comments.
isnt what barnett did the same as dictators do 'stop people from knowing the opposite point of view'
and where does the Labour leader stand about this.tessata Saturday 23 February, 2013 - 5:56 PM
Australia was multicultural to begin with. The first ships to arrive had all sorts of convicts. The British needed a labor force so anyone would do. Not soon after the first waves of immigrants were mainly European, not just from Britain. The cohesion between people was not even the English language, nor the customs or culture of the people. It was their faith. As Christians they shared a common way of thinking and that was thicker than water.
Underlying their faith was a Helleno-Roman ethos that survives as a shadow of it's former state. Democracy, Freedom, Liberty all started with that Helleno-Roman idea of what a Civilisation should be. Universities, Banks, Schools, Academies, candles, table and chairs, everything had a common ancestry for all the Europeans that came to Australia.
When you introduce a significant number of people who appose those principles, you will always get conflict. It doesn't matter if it is Islam, Atheism, Communism or any other ideology, when a large number of people think differently to another group of people, you will always get conflict. In the case of Islam and Australia, the people who come here feel we are too liberal in some of the things we do. By the same token so do many Christians. But where Christianity and Islam clash is on the principles upon which both are founded upon. The real question that should be asked is which religions does the Australian government as a secular body recognize? Should some be demoted to cults without any tax concessions? Should we define which Religions are to be allowed to be practiced in an otherwise Christian based society?Ephestion Friday 22 February, 2013 - 1:39 PM
Barnett should be ashamed of himself. The Emperor shows his true colours yet again.Ray Friday 22 February, 2013 - 10:09 AM
I like to think I may play apart in Barnett'e election loss then.
Are you losing the debate? Just shout RACIST and you'll silence the opposition! For sure.Michaela Coombs Wednesday 20 February, 2013 - 9:18 PM
Thousands of Australian soldiers have died in two World Wars to defend our right of freedom of speech.
Remember that Premier.angelo Wednesday 20 February, 2013 - 5:31 PM