Stop Milo Yiannopoulos from entering Australia

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Milo Yiannopoulos is a dangerous individual who has shown to represent a risk to the Australian community and should not be allowed to enter Australia.

Recently, Scott Morrison Government had banned Milo, the right-wing, neo-nazi, racist, Islamophobic, antisemetic, homophobic, and misogynistic provocateur from entering Australia only to be issued a visa after significant pressures from ‘conservatives’. The same conservatives who use parliamentary privileges to convey hate towards minority groups.

We believe that the decision to allow Milo enter Australia will only incite further violence and hatred towards Muslims under the guise of ‘free speech’, too soon after the recent terrorist attack that has killed 49 Muslims in Christchurch, New Zealand. Milo has vocally given support to Senator Fraser Anning’s revolting and dangerous response that blamed Muslims for their own murders in New Zealand (see pic) despite it being condemned internationally and by his peers in the Australian Federal Parliament.

Milo does not only hold controversial views, but dangerous ones. His views, and the reactions drawn from his supporters will pose a risk to the safety of many as well as skewing the pendulum of free speech towards hate speech.

Australia can do better than this and we must stop giving oxygen to those who preach and fuel hate in order to promote and encourage the safety of all Australians in all our diversities.

The last time Milo was here he boasted about making $1.6 million dollars from his speaking tours when all he did was preach hate and financially benefited from it.

'While the Government fully respects and supports Australia’s well-established freedom of speech and freedom of religion and belief, everyone who wishes to enter or stay in Australia must satisfy the character requirement as set out in section 501 of the Act. A non citizen may fail the character test if it is assessed that they may vilify, incite discord, or represent a danger to the Australian community. Where a decision maker reasonably suspects that a person does not pass the character test, further consideration is undertaken to assess the specific circumstances of the case.'

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Milo Yiannopoulos is not welcome here. The only Milo we want in Australia is the Milo drink Australians love to consume.

 


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