Fraser Anning Final Solution Speech

Fraser Anning Final Solution Speech

Senator Fraser Anning has copped a canning from Hobsons Bay political figures, after he called for a complete overhaul of the immigration system, insisting most migrants should be from a European Christian background and all Muslims should be banned.

Later on Wednesday Hanson introduced her private member's bill "to give voters a say on whether Australia's immigration levels are too high by casting a vote at the next general election".

VideoFraser Anning's speech in the Upper House called for a ban on Muslim's migrating to Australia and involved using the words "final solution" which has been historically associated with Nazi Germany.

In his maiden speech to Parliament today, he claimed a majority of Australian Muslims live on welfare and do not work.

But there was more than enough context throughout the rest of the speech to make it clear he wants ethnicity to be front and centre of our immigration policy - and he sees his own European ethnicity as the most desirable.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull joined other politicians and community leaders in criticizing the Queensland Senator for suggesting a "final solution" (the phrase that refers to a plan hatched by Nazis to annihilate the Jews) to the immigration "problem".

Josh Frydenberg and Ed Husic embrace on the floor of Parliament after condemning Fraser Anning's speech.

He said his party was completely "pro-Jewish" and seeks to defend Jews from the Muslim "persecutors" allowed to immigrate from Middle East countries.

"Absolutely 1000 percent I support everything he said".

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"Senator Anning has spat in the face of our successful multicultural society, but I wouldn't expect anything less from an ex-One Nation senator", she said.

"The final solution to the immigration problem is, of course, a popular vote", Anning concluded, before proposing a plebiscite "to allow the Australian people to decide whether they want wholesale non-English speaking immigrants from the Third World and, in particular, whether they want any Muslims".

"We as a race of people are being buried by a mass migration program to line the pockets of the rich and powerful in Sydney", Mr Katter said.


"I felt like I was trapped in a Ku Klux Klan rally".


"I'm exhausted of having to stand up against against vilification, time and time and time again". "Australia is a warm and open nation". "The only thing not welcome in the West are the racist views of Senator Anning", Ms Horne said. "That has nothing to do with the 'Final Solution, ' the thought police got onto that".

Federal Member for Gellibrand Tim Watts described Senator Anning as a "nit wit" and stressed the importance of political leaders showing leadership and providing a public response, now more than ever.

Many MPs and senators spoke during the debate over those motions, in shared condemnation of Mr Anning's speech.

But Victorian independent Derryn Hinch told the Senate he sincerely regretted shaking hands with Senator Anning.

I could stand on Bondi Beach, serving sausage sangers in an Akubra, draped in an Australian flag with a southern cross tattoo and, for some, I still wouldn't be Australian enough.

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