03/18/2019 (Mon) 16:06:36
I have relevant spam in my inbox. Take note of how they use this to push against pro whites, while violence committed by Muslims needs no pressure on Muslims because it's "not all muslims". Where was the slogan "silence is capitulation" after Muslim terror attacks?
Hate-filled attackers unleashed a terrible tragedy on our brothers and sisters in New Zealand yesterday.
Forty-nine Muslim men, women and children in two Christchurch mosques were gunned down as they prayed. It was a coordinated onslaught born from long-fuelled bigotry and Islamophobia.1
We know the attackers, including an Australian man, listened to and lived out words of hatred.2 It was not hard for them to find.
For years bigotry – stoking fear and division in the community – have flowed from the mouths of right-wing politicians and blared across the headlines of the Murdoch Press. In his days as a shadow Cabinet Minister, Scott Morrison reportedly saw votes to be won in targeting Muslims and stoking the electorate's fears.3
When anyone gives a platform to racism or islamophobia, or exploits it for votes or profit, they legitimise hate. When our major parties make preference deals with parties that clothe themselves in bigotry, they endorse hate. And hate kills.
We cannot ignore this threat any longer. No party seeking to form government can partner with hatred. No media outlet should give a platform to hatred. And they are accountable to all of us.
Sign the petition calling for every politician and media outlet to reject scare-mongering, islamophobia and bigotry.
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