Australia’s Citizenship Minister: “We don’t want to repeat what happened in Europe,” migrants should learn English

by learn a language journalist

Australia’s Citizenship Minister has warned European-style ghettos will form unless migrants are forced to learn English.  Parts of Paris, Berlin and Brussels have become no-go zones for police as poorer suburbs in major European cities become a haven for Muslim terrorists and violent extremism.

Citizenship Minister Alan Tudge is correct about the danger of no-go zones proliferating in his country, but his solution for the problem is naive.

Although crime and integration problems do exist among new immigrants, learning English and being educated about Western culture will not stop the creation of Muslim no-go zones or prevent acts of jihad terror. Such behavior is based on Islam’s doctrines of supremacism and violence. This is what differentiates Islam from other religions, and what separates many individuals who emigrate from Islamic states from other migrants. Many mosques, which are often foreign-funded, feature hate-preachers who indoctrinate their congregants to hate non-Muslims. Such leaders propagate an us-versus-them mentality. Muslim Brotherhood forces that manipulate the victimology narrative are an additional variable that enhances supremacism, segregation and feelings of entitlement.

Sadly, Westerners are stalled in the belief that poverty and “racism” are the root of all evils within their countries when it comes to immigrants. Now, with Islamic supremacist bullying and thuggery out of control, the proliferation of violent no-go zones and sharia patrols will continue. The only solution to restore law and order when it comes to “Muslim terrorists and violent extremism” is a zero tolerance strategy and incarceration or deportation of the terrorists.

“‘We don’t want to repeat what happened in Europe’: Citizenship Minister warns of ghettos unless Australia forces migrants to learn English”, by Stephen Johnson and Sam Duncan, Daily Mail, June 13, 2018:

Australia’s Citizenship Minister has warned European-style ghettos will form unless migrants are forced to learn English.

Parts of Paris, Berlin and Brussels have become no-go zones for police as poorer suburbs in major European cities become a haven for Muslim terrorists and violent extremism.

Citizenship Minister Alan Tudge said Australia needed to act to stop ethnic ghettos forming by making migrants sit English language tests.

‘What we don’t want is what you see in some European countries where you start to get parallel communities emerge,’ he told Sky News today.

The minister from Melbourne, which has been a hive of Sudanese gang activity, said English language tests were an essential part of ensuring migrants integrated into the Australian community.

‘In Australia, the secret to our success is we’ve largely had integrated communities where people have blended together regardless of where they’ve come from,’ he said.

‘We want to make sure that continues and central to that is a common language.’

The number of people living in Australia who speak little or no English is rising rapidly, and forecast to reach one million within just three years.

Alan Tudge is expected to announce the new conversation test plans in a speech to the Sydney Institute on Thursday….

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