Hanson doesn’t want NZ a backdoor entry for Muslims

Migrants must spend at least 10 years in New Zealand before being welcome in Australia.  Australian politician Pauline Hanson says this policy will prevent Muslims moving to New Zealand and then across the Tasman.

“I don’t want Australia to be taken over by Islam and have too many of Muslims in the country, and that’s not just my views, it’s the views of many Australians.

“They’re actually protesting on the streets, do not want more mosques, do not want Muslim schools, do not want the burqa, do not want halal certification.”

Hanson says she has no problem with other religions, but believes Islam was not compatible with Australian culture.

“Now with Islam we see terrorism, we see murders, we see problems on our streets.

“I’m calling for a royal commission into Islam to determine if it really truly is a religion or is it a political ideology trying to undermine our democracy.

“There needs to be measures to make sure foreigners don’t go to New Zealand to get Australian citizenship. I’m trying to look at it fair on both sides.”

On her website, Hanson says Australia is a country built on Christian values. Our laws, way of life and customs enforced in the Australian Constitution were based on a secular society.

Secularism is asserting the right to be free from religious rule and teachings or, in a state declared to be neutral on matters of belief, from the imposition by government or religion or religious practices upon the people.


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