From Australia: Concern over Muslim immigration does not make us racist

IT SHOULD surprise no one that Australians are divided about the virtues of Muslim migration.

Research released today reveals that close to one in two Australians consider an increase in Muslim migration as “bad” or “very bad” for the nation, while just 8 per cent believe it has been “good” or “very good” for the country.

While 42 per cent of the 1349 people polled by the Australian Institute of Progress indicated they didn’t think the increased intake was neither negative nor positive.

“There is a very strong feeling that immigrants from Islamic countries are part of a culture war pitting their way of life and beliefs against ours,” the report says.

Of course some will be eager to claim the survey results prove that Australians are racist, but nothing could be further from the truth.

First, let’s dispel the nonsense that Islam is a race; it is a religion and it is plainly absurd to try to paint people as diverse as the Sudanese, Persians and Bosnians as a single race.


Islam is not a race, the Islamists and their useful idiots cry racism in order to silence debate and criticism of the cult.

Don’t let them control you or the debate, gently remind them that Islam is a supremacist cult that does not play well with others anywhere in the world.

Not all cultures are equal and some immigration decisions have clearly not been beneficial for Canada.

Lazy politicians and ideologically driven bureaucrats got us in to this mess.

We’ll have to get ourselves out.