Senator: Muslim Protests are a 'wake-up call' to Australians in denial | Believe it or not ... Australia 2012 !! |

The Blasphemy Riots should serve as a wake-up call for Americans as well. Everywhere Islam is allowed to take root, the same exact scenario plays outand the problems are completely predictable. As the Muslim population increases, so does the level of Islamo-insanity. That's not bigotry. That's the reality. 


(Sydney Morning Herald) - Liberal Senator Cory Bernardi says the violent protest in Sydney at the weekend should serve as a ''wake-up call'' to people who are in denial about a significant problem emerging in Australia.

Senator Bernardi - who bills himself as a "straight talker" - said that the weekend's protest was a "portent" of what he had been warning people about for years.

''What occurred in Western Europe a decade ago is now happening here,'' Senator Bernardi said in a post on his blog today.

''The naïve cling to the romantic idealisation of the generations of migrants who have successfully settled in Australia, thinking things will continue just as they have in the past.''

The Sydney protest followed other protests around the world, sparked by the film Innocence of Muslims, which was produced in the United States and portrays the prophet Muhammad as a fraud, womaniser, homosexual and madman.

Speaking of the violence that has been condemned by most Muslim leaders in Australia, Senator Bernardi said: ''It should serve as a wake-up call to the naïve and just plain foolish who are in denial that a significant problem is emerging in Australia.''

The South Australian Liberal's comments come as Foreign Minister Bob Carr blamed the riot on a small minority of Muslims in Australia.

Senator Carr said that he was ''pained and bewildered'' by the weekend's events but said it was the work of a lunatic fringe.

"It's a more nuanced story and we've got to think about the hurt and the pain of Australian Muslims, loyal Australians, when they saw that stupid and dangerous and repugnant lunatic fringe - 100 of them, a mere 100 of them - on Saturday night's TV," Senator Carr told ABC Radio.

Senator Carr added that the clashes outside the US consulate in Sydney's CBD on Saturday had undoubtedly sparked debate and soul-searching about the different faces of multiculturalism in Australia.

"It concerns me deeply, and I understand the response of Australians - those of Islamic heritage, those of other backgrounds - who look at the sights and hear the sounds of that demonstration and think: 'Why do you linger in Australia? There would be other countries where you'd be happier, where you'd be more fulfilled'," he said. continue reading



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