The Labor Party’s hypocrisy on multiculturalism

The Labor government’s ban on live cattle exports to Indonesia has brought economic issues over trade to the fore; however, one matter that has hardly been looked at is the cultural aspect of this issue. The Labor Party has had a long-held commitment ...
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I don’t like it and I’ve had enough!

From an APP supporter: I was having lunch with a friend of mine and his grandson (age about 6 or 7) and my friend was trying to get him to eat some mince curry. It was quite obvious that the boy didn’t like it, by the expression on his face. ...
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African violence continues on our streets

Recent incidents of violence from groups of black Africans has once again brought to the fore the ongoing nature of the violence problem within black African groups. In Ringwood, a suburb east of Melbourne, there was a group brawl involving about ...
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“I believe in a diverse and multicultural Australia.”

That is what you'll get if the Liberal party wins the next election, according Greg Hunt: "Our approach should be colour-blind, ethnicity-blind, background-blind and simply focused on their ability to contribute,'' he said. "I believe in a ...
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Slapped by reality in multicultural Melbourne

John Styles writes - He wasn’t exactly mugged. But yesterday Herald Sun photographer Craig Borrow was “slapped” by the reality of multicultural Melbourne. “Racist goons doing Nazi salutes brought shame on Melbourne on the first day of the ...
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Australians will not find political salvation in Tony Abbott

While the conservative establishment has been lauding Abbott’s ascension to the leadership of the Liberal party, it is always prudent to remember a little about what Abbot stands for, including the prominent and shady role he played in the downfall ...
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Downer’s Dribble – “Size – it DOES matter!”

Despite having turned his back on politics and left local taxpayers with a ridiculous bill for a needless by-election, former Foreign Affairs Minister and MP for Mayo Alexander Downer just can't seem to keep his nose out of local affairs. One is left ...
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Loneliness in an age of Multiculturalism

A colleague leaves work because the previous night he drank a bottle of spirits by himself.  A friend tells me that on some weekends she doesn’t talk to a single person.  I occasionally wander around the city at night, the bright lights and bustle of ...
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