Dear Malcolm Turnbull, We do not Want to Live in a Prison
Malcom Turnbull has called for more bollards to be installed in Melbourne to prevent a repeat of the Bourke Street attack that killed five people last week. He did not call the obvious terrorist attack a terrorist attack, but when you consider his idea it is terrifying.
The solution to terrorist attacks is Bollards on the sidewalk, not stopping terrorists entering the country, not eradicating the extremist mosques. According to his logic the answer to terrorists hijacking planes would be not to fly, perhaps we can all live in nice safe prison cells and leave the terrorists run the streets and the neighborhoods.
Malcolm Turnbull went further in insulting Australians, the not-so-honest PM said the Bourke Street attack was similar to attacks in Nice and Berlin last year, although terrorism has been ruled out in this case.
If Malcolm Turnbull wants to address terrorism, first he must recognize it as Islamic Terrorism, something Obama refused to do throughout his presidency.
As the first step in dealing with Terrorism and the Islamification of Australia Malcolm Turnball must follow Donald Trump and ban Refugees.
Trump is undoing Obama’s Pro-Terrorist Policies and soon Pauline Hanson will be undoing Turnbull’s.
An executive order reportedly signed by President Donald Trump on Friday calls the admittance of Syrian national refugees into the US “detrimental,” and halts the visa waiver program until “sufficient changes” to the US Refugee Admissions Program are made.
“I hereby proclaim that the entry of more than 50,000 refugees in fiscal year 2017 would be detrimental to the interests of the United States, and thus suspect any such entry until such time as I determine that additional admissions would be in the national interest,” the executive order says, according to Sputnik News.
The executive order purportedly calls for a pause in visa applications for at least 120 days, or four months. It also makes no mention of safe zones in Syria.
Eventually, refugee status will be granted to Syrians, but first priority will go to those who faced religious persecution, Sputnik reported.
Trump signaled that Christians in Syria would potentially receive priority status in an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network on Friday, according to Reuters.
“If you were a Muslim you could come in, but if you were a Christian, it was almost impossible and the reason that was so unfair, everybody was persecuted in all fairness, but they were chopping off the heads of everybody but more so the Christians,” Trump said.