There are some people who cling to the belief that the Liberal and Labor parties are different; that they have different ideological perspectives on things like protecting Australia’s Western Christian culture.
But these people are wrong.
And Brisbane City Council has just proven it. Again.
Take the ‘debate’ over the proposal to establish an Islamic ghetto in the suburb of Inala.
The plan involves turning an Islamic school into an Islamic enclave, complete with a mosque (for Muslims), units (for Islamic people), business centre (for Islamic businesses), childcare centre (to raise future Muslims), medical facilities (for wives who have been beaten in accordance with Sharia law) and an aged-care facility (for those who haven’t detonated themselves in a celebration of Islamic domination).
The local councillor is Steve Griffiths. He’s from the Labor Party.
And he has made it clear that he is in favour of the mosque, the expansion of the Islamic school and the Islamic childcare centre. But he did lodge an objection against parts of the development on planning grounds.
At the most recent Brisbane City Council meeting he also asked the Lord Mayor, Graham Quirk, if he supported the plan.
The Liberal Party’s Lord Mayor gave a quirky response. He said he would need to have a look at the history of the site before commenting. So Steve Griffiths asked him if he would allow the application to be debated fully and transparently by the Council.
Graham Quirk’s response was to insinuate that Labor’s Steve Griffiths, a man who supports the mosque and much of the Islamic development, was racist. I guess that means there will be no debate.
In a nutshell, the Liberal Lord Mayor of Brisbane is berating a Labor councillor for ‘racism’ because he has not supported an Islamic development enough.
Now, tell me again, is there any real difference between the Liberal and Labor parties? Or are they simply arguing over which of the major parties provides Islam with the most support in Australia?
I’ll keep you updated as this proposed multicultural disaster unfolds. In the meantime, this is from Today Tonight:
— TodayTonightAdelaide (@TodayTonightSA) May 26, 2017