New laws in Australia allow the police to imprison Muslims who have extremist views

Australia is waging war against radical Islamic terrorism.
Radical Muslim terrorists all over the world carry out terror attacks “in the name of Allah”.

They justify their violence by quoting verses from the Quran.
Liberals and leftists in the West use the made up term “Islamophobia” to portray anyone who criticizes Islam as a “racist”.

They ignore the fact that Islam is an ideology that has nothing to do with race.

Australia has one of the toughest immigration policies in the world.

Every refugee who arrived illegally by boat is deported, and banned from ever entering Australia.

Recently Australia discovered that Muslims who emigrated from Iran are fake refugees after the immigration authorities caught them returning to Iran for holidays and even to get married.

Australia should close its borders and deport all illegal immigrants back to where they came from.

Just look at the immigration crisis in Europe, millions of immigrants from all over Asia, Africa and the Middle East used the war in Syria to invade Europe as “refugees.”
Austria is now trying to push the EU to adopt Australia’s immigration policy.

In recent years Germany alone has received more than 2 million illegal immigrants who claimed to be “refugees”.

The European economy can not provide welfare payments to millions of unemployed migrants.

Eastern European countries such as Austria, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic and Slovakia completely closed the borders in an attempt to stop the massive illegal immigration to Europe.

Australia must not repeat the mistakes of the European Union, immigrants from Iran, Pakistan, Indonesia and Afghanistan are just waiting for the opportunity to go to Australia to take advantage of the Australian welfare system.

The new laws, which were first agreed to in April 2016, would effectively treat high-risk terrorists the same as paedophiles and extreme violent offenders who, in certain cases, can already be held as a purely preventative measure after serving jail time.

Any extended detention period would be supervised by the courts, but legal groups have previously expressed “serious concern” about the new laws.

The laws are meant to address key concerns of police and security agencies about convicted terrorists from the post-September 11 era who are due to be released in coming years.

“This is a significant public safety and security issue and our governments must do all we can to protect the community from individuals posing a high risk of re-offending and/or those in need of continued rehabilitation,” Mr Turnbull wrote in a letter sent to state and territory leaders.

“The guiding principles of a post-sentence preventative detention scheme would be that it cover high-risk terrorist offenders and contain appropriate procedural protections and safeguards.”

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