En daar zijn de marxisten het helemaal mee eens. Zij beroepen zich niet op dat pact maar op 'westerse ethiek en moraal'.
Pauline Hanson wears burka in Australian Senate
Pauline Hanson's entrance drew audible shock from other senators ahead of a bid by her party to ban the garment in Australia.
The Australian Broadcasting Corp reported Ms Hanson had elicited gasps during her entrance and one senator was heard to to say "oh, what on earth".
Senate president Stephen Parry confirmed she had been identified before entering the chamber. Ms Hanson later removed the burka.
Her motion to ban the garment will be debated in the Senate later on Thursday.
De meerderheid wil meer boerka's. Hun reactie was:
Government minister George Brandis condemned Ms Hanson's stunt and "counselled and cautioned" her against causing offence to religious groups.
In an emotional speech, Mr Brandis said Ms Hanson's actions risked alienating approximately 500,000 Australians who adhered to the Islamic faith.
"To ridicule that community, to drive it into a corner, to mock its religious garments, is an appalling thing to do and I would ask you reflect on what you have done," said Mr Brandis, who is Australia's attorney-general.
He added: "No, Senator Hanson, we will not ban the burka."
En dan Labour en Groenen die Brandis een staand appaus gaven.:
Mr Brandis's speech drew a rare overt display of support from the Labor and Greens parties, who stood and congratulated him.
Mr Brandis received a standing applause from opposition parties.
"It is one thing to wear religious dress as a sincere act of faith, there is another to wear it as a stunt here in the chamber," said Labor Senator Penny Wong.
Greens leader Richard Di Natale said Mr Brandis had made a "strong, impassioned, and personal response".