That's the belief being put forward by Geert Wilders during his trip to Australia
, and amazingly enough, he encountered no serious opposition while delivering his speech:
CONTROVERSIAL Dutch MP Geert Wilders has called for mass migration from Islamic nations to be banned, saying Islam is incompatible with freedom.
Speaking in Melbourne at his first Australian press conference amid tight security, Mr Wilders said Islam could not integrate into western societies.
"Islam is totalitarianism ... Islam and freedom are incompatible," he said.
Despite threats of protests, no demonstrators attended the press conference, which was held in Melbourne's outer western suburbs.
About a dozen security guards were present, including personnel from the Netherlands.
Mr Wilders said mass migration from Islamic countries to Western nations should be stopped, except for certain humanitarian cases.
"If a homosexual who is taken to jail or threatened to be killed in Iran or a Christian that is mistreated in so many countries today in the Middle East ... when it comes to asylum seekers it's a different story,'' he said.
That's the right argument to make when focusing on immigration issues and totalitarian countries.
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