Q: Multiculturalism – What is your stance on multiculturalism?
A: Our goal is to keep Australia Australian! We oppose multiculturalism but support a ‘multi-ethnic’ Australia where there are many races but ‘one culture’. We rejoice that Australia is multi-ethnic, and that people who come here are free to celebrate their own diverse backgrounds, while respecting Australian culture and complying with Australian laws. For example under the clause of multiculturalism you are branded an intolerant racist if you refuse the Muslims the right of their religion namely the aspect of Sharia law, which halves the rights of women and encourages Jihad (violence to progress Islam). Consequently we are vigorously opposed to dual legal systems operating simultaneously, as there will undoubtedly be conflicts of interest. We aim to promote a society of harmony, freedom and tolerance.

Q: Multiculturalism’s negative effects – What problems surface under multiculturalism?
A: We have all seen the negative effects of multiculturalism in Europe. Multiculturalism has been denounced by many European Statesmen. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Germany’s attempt to create a multicultural society had failed completely. Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron denounced European-style multiculturalism, saying: “We have encouraged different cultures to live separate lives, apart from each other and apart from the mainstream. “We’ve failed to provide a vision of society to which they feel they want to belong. We’ve even tolerated these segregated communities behaving in ways that run completely counter to our values. “France’s former President Nicolas Sarkozy and Spain’s former leader Jose Maria Aznar, have agreed with Cameron and Merkel, that multiculturalism has failed. Rather than uniting the country under one flag, it has had the completely opposite effect. Multiculturalism has actually divided their nations, and has let people build ethnic enclaves within their countries. Australia is a multi-ethnic country comprising, many races, many skin colours – but one culture – Australian!






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