Thursday, January 27

More than 200 people attend anti Islam protest against Muslim housing estate


 

 

The anti-Islam rally took place in the west of Melbourne, the second most populous city in Australia, over the weekend.

Protesters waved flags and held aloft banners before marching to the local council’s office.

One such banner said: No. Islam sharia law against mankind.

The protest was condemned as divisive and religious paranoia or hatred by a leading Australian politician.

We don’t think a Muslim-only estate is a wise thing

Kane Miller

It was organised by the True Blue Crew, which describes itself as an anti-immigration group.

The group claims a housing development which will provide 75 homes has been designated a Muslim housing estate despite the city council categorically denying it is a faith-based development.

A post on the True Blue Crew’s Facebook page, posted ahead of the rally, said: Join as one to say NO to the Islamic Ideology!

NO to this ridiculous politically correct (cultural marxist) climate we are living in!

NO to Melton’s muslim only housing estate!

And band together as one to show all the enemies of Australia that our pride in the Australian culture, spirit, and identity will never be broken!

See you all there.

Kane Miller, who is one of the members of the True Blue Crew, addressed the crowd and said: We don’t think a Muslim-only estate is a wise thing.

It is a wake-up call. If you want to be in Australia, you should have to live like an Australian.

Leader of the Australian Labor Party, the current opposition, Bill Shorten has hit out at the protest – saying the action of the True Blue Crew was taking the country down the wrong path and the wrong direction.

He said: Australia’s a diverse country and I don’t believe in fermenting religious paranoia or hatred.

That’s not the way this country works together.