Dear PM Gillard, England, Germany, France say "multiculturalism has failed"!

france england germany say multiculturalism fails

(AustraliaMatters) Sure, boat people fleeing their homelands we’ve been illegally occupying post 2001 are causing havoc here in Australia, but what about groups legally allowed in and don’t assimilate into our way of life? Which groups? Ask three European country leaders for the answer. We tried to ask PM Gillard but she wasn’t available for comment.

British Prime Minster David Cameron: “multiculturalism has failed”

German Chancellor Angela Merkel: “multiculturalism has failed”

French President Nicolas Sarkozy:  “multiculturalism has failed”

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Australian Protectionist Party achieves registration

(APP) The National Committee of the Australian Protectionist Party is pleased to announce the registration of the Party with the Australian Electoral Commission. “The decision by the AEC to register the Party is a positive step following several years of hard work by members creating websites, party publications, branches and the general foundation of the party with which we intend to contest future elections” Mr. Phillips said. read more

pigeons_cat.jpgWe're not sure about any one political party at the moment — We're in favor of local grass root independents surgically focusing on and completely removing ugly political cancers such as Rhodes Abbort, Goldman Turnball and Socialist Gillard. We believe immigration problems are the responsibility of Canberra. Immigrants that later come along and throw their incompatible ideologies in our faces were allowed into Australia by Canberra. We're not sure the APP see's the immigration issue that way around. What we do know is that the proven "new world order"  Liberal-Labor strangle hold on Australia has to cease before they throw us into some whacky E.U like system that's been wanted by international banksters since the 1950's. Needless to say we support throwing new cats amongst old pigeons.

Membership with the APP is currently FREE

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