Writ­ing on the wall

The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - - Letters -

It’s now been 16 years since the Septem­ber 11 ter­ror at­tacks and still West­ern lead­ers have learnt noth­ing and re­main slaves to po­lit­i­cal cor­rect­ness.

Af­ter ev­ery ter­ror at­tack we get the usual can­dle­light vig­ils, dec­la­ra­tions that it has noth­ing to do with Is­lamism, fol­lowed by the usual di­ver­sity-is-a-strength mantra and end­less plat­i­tudes.

With con­tin­u­ing im­mi­gra­tion, mosques and Is­lamic schools con­tinue to pop up like mush­rooms.

In con­trast Ja­pan, South Korea, Hun­gary, Poland, Slo­vakia and the Czech Re­pub­lic have re­jected Is­lamism, mul­ti­cul­tur­al­ism, ac­cept al­most no refugees and have no Is­lamic ter­ror and very low crime rates.

It’s time Aus­tralia tried Pauline Han­son’s ap­proach as well. Adele Hom­burg, El­stern­wick, Vic

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