He's due in Perth, Western Australia, next year, in order to launch a new political party, expected to be called the Australian Liberty Alliance.
"Like you, good people in Europe, America and Canada have had enough of politicians who don't share our values and foolishly declare that all cultures are equal and who lack courage to speak the truth and say that Islam is the biggest threat to freedom today.
It may seem like a big task to turn around. But the winds are changing .You too will soon have the opportunity to turn the tide in Australia."It's reported that Debbie Robinson, President of the Q Society, will stand as a candidate for the new party at the next federal election, which must take take place before September 2016.
Observes Q Society spokesman Andrew Horwood:
"We can see what's happening with Islam around the world and we would like to initially have a 10-year halt in Islamic immigration until Australia can get a handle on how to deal with the issue of Islam or there is a bit of a reformation with the Islamic faith and it can deal with living in the 21st Century."Not surprisingly, politicians across the political divide have condemned the mooted Australian Liberty Alliance.
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