Last month, Australia’s One Nation Party candidate for the coming parliament-election, Stephanie Banister, proved once again how the country’s European settlers have been duped by Australian mainstream media, 70% of which is owned by the discredited Jewish billionaire Rupert Murdoch.
Ms Banister, 27, in an interview with Channel 7 news reporter Erin Edwards called Islam “a country”, Muslim Halal “not Jewish kosher” and that Jews follow Jesus Christ. The Channel 7 is owned by Murdoch’s News Corporation.
”I don’t oppose Islam as a country, but I do feel that their laws should not be welcome here in Australia,” Ms Banister told Channel 7 News.
It seems Banister never watched ABC’s movie, Good Christian Bitches, otherwise she wouldn’t have made the above stupid statement.
Later in the interview, Ms. Banister claimed she wanted Halal food to be banned. But does not have a problem with the Jewish kosher food being sold.
“Jews aren’t under haram. They have their own religion which follows Jesus Christ,” she said.
The One Nation Party was founded by MP Pauline Hanson, in 1997. Her two co-founders were, her Jewish ex-lover and politician, David Ernest Oldfield and David William Ettridge, an Austrailan businessman and politician. Hanson is a known Islamophobe and wants Muslims to be out of Australia.
In 2007, Hanson called for a “moratorium” on Muslim immigration, and suggested that people who want to carry out Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) should “go back to Muslim countries”. Since the FGM is not considered ”Halal” in Islam – one wonders if Hanson expects Muslims to migrate to Israel!
The practice of FGM is common amongst sub-Saharan Africans of all faiths; Jews, Christians, Christians, Muslims and Animists. 1 in 4 Australian Muslims are from the Indian or Pakistan, where the practise is unheard of. But Israel hasbara goons never bothers with the facts?
According to this Israeli report, Ethiopean (Falashas), known as “strangers” (low-caste) in Israel, still practice FGM.
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