What Australian Leaders Wouldn’t Say About Immigration, by Andrew Bolt.
Just hours after a Muslim terror suspect murdered two people and left a third brain-dead at a Christmas market in France, our political leaders met to work out how to handle our insane immigration intake.
The Prime Minister and state premiers in Adelaide could have discussed much that makes most Australians oppose us importing nearly 240,000 people a year.
They could have discussed this past week’s news, for instance, like the Sydney judge who warned that “such an ideology has no place in any civilised society” as he jailed another teenager of Middle Eastern background for planning to attack police in the name of militant Islam.
Or they could have discussed the CCTV footage police released of yet another pack attack in Melbourne by Sudanese youths, most from refugee families, who this time kicked two teenagers unconscious.