No more migrants, please!
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Submitted by wendy hill (Australia), Mar 28, 2009 at 08:20
Hello dear readers,
Don't we already have a resource shortage, the recession, selling off jobs overseas, the water crisis, climate issues?
Population growth is a problem in Australia. The islamic population growing daily, more burkhas than sense walking the hot streets of Adelaide.
Soon it will resemble a Dr Who time machine with darleks walking around like black guinness bottles everywhere. It already is. At shopping malls, women donning burkhas and black sheets like they just robbed a bank invade our privacy and security.
They are a national security risk, predisposed with distorted image that one cannot be sure what is underneath the islamic costume, nor to know which gender? Don't we ensure that a helmet is removed from the head of a cyclist or motorcyclist before entering a public building, bank. Why then shouldn't a woman of islamic faith remove her face covering, burkha, and show her face when conversing with a retailer or public servant in a public building?
Because we do not rattle our government enough. Because we are not saying something or seeing anything, we are looking through these people of islamic faith, and they are doing their own rules and laws in our country. We cannot make our own in theirs, we would be severely punished, even killed.
Protest and tell your government what you think about cultural diversity because it clearly is not harmonious, nor will it ever work, as islamists hate everyone but their own, they don't intergrate, assimilate or blend in with their stupid backward time machine clothing, they are weird and out of place in today's society and way of thinking.
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