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In commendably seeking to protect freedom of speech, we must not lower our defences against the evil of racial and religious intolerance. ---->>>

Bigotry should never be sanctioned, whether intentionally or unintentionally. ---->>>

I don't favour ethics classes being an alternative to special religious education classes. ---->>>

I have this view that losing weight is easy, keeping it off is hard because keeping it off is the discipline. ---->>>

Vilification on the grounds of race or religion is always wrong. There's no place for inciting hatred within our Australia society. ---->>>

If you've stacked on the weight over time, and if you don't have any health issues, you don't realise. So you'll see yourself in the mirror and, yes, you know what the scales say, but you don't actually see what other people see. ---->>>

No government, no organisation, no citizen can afford to be less than vigilant in combating bigotry, intolerance and hatred. And frankly, our way of life depends on that vigilance.

No government, no organisation, no citizen can afford to be less than vigilant in combating bigotry, intolerance and hatred. And frankly, our way of life depends on that vigilance.

Biography

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Nationality: Australian
Born: 05-24, 1959
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Occupation: Politician

Barry Robert O'Farrell (born 24 May 1959) is a former Australian politician who was the 43rd Premier of New South Wales and Minister for Western Sydney from 2011 to 2014. He was the Leader of the New South Wales Liberal Party from 2007 to 2014, and was a Member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly from 1995 to 2015, representing Northcott until 1999 and representing Ku-ring-gai on the Upper North Shore of Sydney from 1999 to 2015 (wikipedia)