Daniel Nalliah, leader of Rise Up Australia and the party’s no. 1 candidate for the Upper House in the South-Eastern Metropolitan region, will launch his new book The 21st-Century Culture War in the West at Federation Square, Melbourne, on Saturday 22 November 2014 at 11.00 am.
Mr Nalliah’s new book, subtitled Multiculturalism and the danger of Fundamental Islamism in the West, is a revealing account of the failure of multiculturalism in the West. He was born in Asia, lived in Saudi Arabia just 40 minutes from Mecca and now calls Australia home.
His life in three very different cultures, in addition to working with more than 40 cultural groups in some 20 countries, gave him first-hand experience of the negative effects of multiculturalism in the Western world.
He tackles questions such as:
- How do Muslims see the West?
- Does multiculturalism unite or divide a society?
- What values underpin stable government?
- Is Islam a similar religion to Christianity?
- How should the West respond to the challenge of rampant, oil-fired Islam?
Mr Nalliah gives a clarion call to the West to understand the threat to all the freedoms we hold dear and calls upon us to respond before it is too late.
Mr Nalliah said: “If we go down the current road of multiculturalism, soon the silent majority in the West will lose all their rights and start feeling that they are foreigners in their own land. We must rise up against political correctness and fight for the future of our sons and daughters. We must stand up now and protect Australia to Keep Australia Australian for generations to come.”
The book is very direct and to the point. This is a very politically incorrect book, but, says Mr Nalliah, it is what Australia and the West need.
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