WHAT VLAD REALLY SAID.
|Vlad with pet.|
|Bed warmer pet. It's good to be the Prez.|
Once in every blue moon, one gets to read opinions on migrants and the way too many minority groups that are infecting the Australian way of life, in between the racist spin that emanates from some of our intellectually challenged bigots, many of whom are those radio shock jocks.
One such opinion was from an understandably upset Jenny Bell from South Australia whose letter to our elected leaders appears in one of my other blogs. Link........ADVANCE AUSTRALIA WHERE.
Australia is not the only nation where political correctness is slowly but surely eroding the basic principles of democracy and freedoms that have been taken for granted since Federation. England, the Netherlands, France, Norway, Sweden and the USA have all but been taken over by the brain dead 'do gooders' who accuse any one who is critical of even radical ethnic individuals or groups as being 'racist' and turn a blind eye to the activities of the fanatics.
Never in my wildest dreams did I ever imagine that a President of Russia would or could make a speech that summed up beautifully the opinion of the vast majority of my fellow Australians, in relation to minority groups. Being one who very rarely takes anything at face value, I was obliged to check out the authenticity of this document.
Trouble was my research revealed that Putin's alleged speech to the Russian Lower House, claimed to be on February 4th. 2013, was not recorded or reported anywhere in the East or West, therefore it most likely never was made.
However, a speech was made to the Russian Federal Migration Service by Vladimar Putin during January 2012 that contained the following................
"Russia must not be a country that anyone can enter whenever and however he likes.
We must create the conditions for immigrants to normally integrate into our society, learn Russian and of course, respect our culture and traditions and abide by Russian law. In this regard, I believe that the decision to make learning the Russian language compulsory and administer exams is well grounded. To do so we will need to carry out major organisational work and introduce corresponding legislative amendments".
What a pity the Australian Prime Minister, or any of the government lack the intestinal fortitude to insist that the same basic principles apply here in OZ.
The preceding may be toned down considerably from the phony speech, but its content makes perfect sense and no reasonable person could or should argue against it.
The bottom line is, those who choose to live in a foreign country are obliged to abide by the laws and traditions of that adopted country and not those of the dung heap they have fled from for a better life.
|Retain the tolerant.|
|Deport this filth.|