The Morrison government shows its deep yellow streak [UPDATED]

As Bill and Ted would say, “Strange things are afoot at the Circle-K…”

Thanks to reader “Erayd” we now know that the article is back up on Stuff at its original URL. The article is the same as the archived version, except that the archived version has a later timestamp. No text appears to have been altered.

Yet, the article most certainly disappeared for a short period. Even Stuff‘s internal links lead only to a 404 page. For whatever reason, it is once again available to readers.

Australia doesn?t deserve to be slugged with a Shorten Labor government, but the Morrison government is doing precious little to deserve being re-elected. Not least is its gutlessness in the face of the feral left.

The government quite literally bowed to the mob when it initially denied Milo Yiannopoulos a visa, citing the likelihood of violent protests. It was briefly shamed into an about-face, but now it?s folded like a cheap suit yet again, because Milo inconveniently says things the left doesn?t want anyone to be able to say. Quote:

?Australia’s government has banned Milo Yiannopoulos from entering the country after the controversial right-wing commentator responded to the New Zealand mosque massacre by describing Islam as a “barbaric” and “alien” religious culture.

The Morrison government rushed to review the future of Yiannopoulos, who has a history of attacking Muslims, after he used an overnight Facebook post to claim assaults like the one in Christchurch happen because the establishment “mollycoddles extremist leftism and barbaric, alien religious cultures”.

He also defended right-wing US commentator Candace Owens.

In a Facebook post overnight, Yiannopoulos said Owens had “nothing to do with what happened” in New Zealand and appeared to blame the left for the deadly assault. End of quote.

Whether or not you agree with Milo is irrelevant: He isn?t advocating violence (as many on the left are, right now), he?s merely expressing an opinion. Perhaps you think it?s distasteful or insensitive. You may even be correct, but?so what? Quote:

Yiannopoulos noted in the post that he rejected political violence.

The Australian government was appalled by Yiannopoulos’ response to the New Zealand terrorist attack.

Earlier, Australian Labor frontbencher Tony Burke said: “Surely the Liberal government is still not going to issue a visa to someone so he can conduct a tour to promote hatred against Muslims.” End of quote.


Bourke and his leftist cronies were conspicuously silent about last month?s tour of Australia by a Muslim cleric who preached to packed mosques that the world?s worst terrorist attack was ?a comedy? and called for ?revenge? against Jews.

As George R. R. Martin wrote, when you force someone into silence, ?you’re only telling the world that you fear what he might say?. What else might Milo say that the government is afraid of? Quote:

The Al Noor mosque in Christchurch targeted by Brenton Tarrant produced at least two terrorists, from a very small congregation: al-Qaida recruit Daryl Jones, killed by a drone, and Christopher Havard.

The parents of these boys say their sons were radicalized by extremist preachers at Al Noor. End of quote.


As it turns out, the extremism at Al Noor was already reported by none other than Stuff ? who have rushed to purge the story from the internet. Links to the original story bring up a 404 (missing page) error. Luckily, the internet never forgets. The Internet Archive has the original story. Quote:

Jones was killed alongside Australian Christopher Havard, whose parents said he was introduced to radical Islam at the Al-Noor mosque in Christchurch.

Mosque leaders confirmed Havard stayed there and studied in 2011, but denied radical teaching took place. But a man who attended a converts’ weekend at the mosque 10 years ago said a visiting speaker from Indonesia talked about violent jihad and plenty shared his views. “Most of the men were angry with the moral weakness of New Zealand. I would say they were radical.”End of quote.