Aussie senate candidate; ‘No More: Mosques, Sharia law, Halal, Muslim refugees’

29598d3125dec0399d788adfdc2dc465With the Australian nation still rocked by last week’s Islamic jihadist murder of a law enforcement office worker in broad daylight, a Federal Senate candidate is leaving little to the imagination where she stands on allowing more Muslim refugees into her nation.

As reported by the News Corp Australia news network on Oct. 8, 2015, and also by the Agence France-Presse via Yahoo!7 News (of Sydney, Australia) on Oct. 6, 2015, candidate Pauline Hanson has come right out and said it: No more Muslims.

Despite the popular belief by more than a few Westerners that Australia doesn’t really face much of a terrorist threat, last week’s murder of New South Wales Police Force finance department employee Curtis Cheng by 15-year-old Farhad Jabar Khalil Mohammad in Australia’s First City of Sydney is yet but another chapter in the nation’s long history of violent Islamic Jihad. And none of that has been missed by Queensland’s Pauline Hanson.

As the leader of the conservative-leaning One Nation political party, Hanson has not only raised eyebrows in political circles, her social media page has all the earmarks of going viral. With her Facebook post urging Queenslanders to cast their ballots for her in next year’s federal election, her rather provocative cyber-leaflet has been shared more than 26,000 times in less than two days.

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The post says: “A vote for me at the next Federal Election will be your insurance, the major parties will have absolute opposition to any more Mosques, Sharia Law, Halal Certification & Muslim Refugees. NO MORE! Share if you agree”. As of press time, the posting has garnered well over 19,000 likes so far on her Facebook page.

Other than her social media message resonating with her many of fellow Aussies, Hanson was just as blunt when interviewed regarding…



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