By Andrew Bolt ~
Here in Australia, the Labor Party’s Tony Burke has an electorate where a fifth of voters are Muslim voters.
He warned the government’s [citizenship] changes — which would toughen the English language test and increase the permanent residency requirement from one to four years — would sow division rather promote integration.
“There is a huge community outcry,” he said.
Labor frontbencher Tony Burke says Immigration Minister Peter Dutton’s citizenship overhaul risks creating an underclass of immigrants who will never be required to pledge allegiance to Australia or be told they belong, and faces a bigger backlash from ethnic communities than the Turnbull government’s failed attempt to reform Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act.
Well, Mark Latham decided to ask the people in the streets of Burke’s own electorate.
Andrew Bolt writes for the…
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