Peter Dutton has been chewed up and spat out by Australia’s Favourite breakfast TV host.
Karl Stefanovic called out the Immigration Minister’s divisive comments with his own personal story
Karl shares the stories of some ordinary, yet incredible people from non-English speaking backgrounds. People seeking a better life have helped build this community.
Like · Reply · 8 · 20 May at 04:49
Ilona Mezedi Good on you Karl!!!!
Like · Reply · 3 · 20 May at 05:19
Tate Bourke Karl Stefanovic – proving that even sometimes idiots can say things worth listening to! Well done, Karl smile emoticon
Like · Reply · 12 · 20 May at 05:24
Gail Hartmann Well said
Like · Reply · 2 · 20 May at 05:49
Vicki Robertson I have a new found admiration for Karl. Dutton’s words were just a tactic to put fear into the community. I hope most people realise this and recognise the contributions that so many of our ” new ” Australians have given.
Like · Reply · 3 · 20 May at 05:52
Kerrie Thomas And Malcolm Turnbull supported and praised him.
Like · Reply · 6 · 20 May at 06:08
Tatiana Rhodes Kennett and Latham ( yes I know…..has been duds) were spouting this morning that what Dutton said was absolutely correct …..bit of a stretch because yes many do end up unemployed but in the long run they bring so many benefits to our country…..they added that the media in its reporting of the story is out of touch with the views of the voters…..mmm they may be the ones with their heads in the sand
Like · Reply · 2 · 20 May at 06:29
Annah Evington Thank you Karl.
Like · Reply · 1 · 20 May at 06:37
Annie Wyer I have so many members of my extended family (upwards of 20) who have come here from war torn Europe in the late 1940s/early 1950s who spoke no or very little English, many of them have since passed away thinking and knowing this was the best move of t…See more
Like · Reply · 5 · 20 May at 06:49
Annie Kofoed I’m not a fan of Karl, but he brought tears to my eyes. Well said, Karl. How can we have such an ignorant human being as “Immigration Minister”?
Like · Reply · 8 · 20 May at 06:50
Melinda Hughes This governments policies are an affront to humanity, Dutton is just a part of a whole and that whole is ugly.
Like · Reply · 5 · 20 May at 07:00
Chris Findlay I hope Karl gets into politics one day
Like · Reply · 1 · 20 May at 07:16
Virginia Bowe The Government has no policies, so runs on a scare campaign
Like · Reply · 6 · 20 May at 07:29
Kevin Gulliver It’s always about you Karl. Listen to what was said in context and find ratings some other way you wanker.
Like · Reply · 20 May at 07:33
Like · Reply · 1 · 20 May at 07:38
Dora Jahnes What do expect from a politician like Dutton. The only Liberal that didnt stand for the apology to the stolen generation. A Liberal that thinks its a joke that islands are sinking into the oceans and more families will be displaced.And OUR PM and other Liberals agree with him. Wake up Australia. Vote these un-Australians out. Australia deserves better.
Like · Reply · 8 · 20 May at 08:03 · Edited
Beryl Jellyman good on you Karl, never truer words have been said. You and Waleed are by far my favourite presenters. never afraid to speak the truth. Proud to listen to you. One question i would have for Mr Dutton, is HOW many of these people he insulted, has he ever given the time of day to meet???
Like · Reply · 7 · 20 May at 08:05
Donna McEachran Don’t usually take much notice of what Karl says…too often it is crase and unintelligent. HOWEVER, this is brilliant and heartfelt!! If Dutton won’t apologise for his comments,Turnbull needs to sack him!
Like · Reply · 5 · 20 May at 08:55
Barcala Family New respect for this guy
Like · Reply · 3 · 20 May at 09:12
Andrew Head Well said.
Australia is built on diversity
Like · Reply · 2 · 20 May at 10:08
Kelly Sheffield Very brave and amazing considering he works for Channel 9 who are obviously affiliated with the LNP
Like · Reply · 2 · 20 May at 10:33
Olympia Papadopoulos Well said for the most part..I disagree that Dutton needs to apologise, he needs to be sacked and made an example of. The longer politicians get away with these comments the more it seems they represent us….
Like · Reply · 7 · 20 May at 10:48
Carmen Traise Well done Karl
Like · Reply · 2 · 20 May at 11:09
Robyn Kelly Isn’t this a little bit of the pot calling the kettle black ? Give him the benefit of the doubt but Hopefully we won’t see anymore of Karl’s racists slips !!!!
Like · Reply · 20 May at 12:35
Mona Khocheiche Karl Stefanovic is what is true Aussie I’m proud to have him speak on all our behalf thank you for saying it how it is 💯
Like · Reply · 3 · 20 May at 17:04
Annette Warren Well said. Every person in this wonderful land Australia is a descendant of an immigrant from some time in our history
Like · Reply · 4 · 20 May at 17:39
Becca Whyte Good on you Karl. I am an immigrant, and am sick of the Aussie attitude that we are taking away jobs. If Australians were competent in those jobs in the first place, they would have nothing to worry about!
Like · Reply · 1 · 20 May at 20:45
Deborah Grice I usually pay little mind to Karl Stefanovic but in this he was articulate and compassionate, and he voiced what the majority of us are feeling … good onya Karl!
Like · Reply · 21 May at 06:12
Denise Shaw Excellent. Well said, Karl! Although, the person who typed up the sub-titles might need a bit of a rark up.
Like · Reply · 2 · 21 May at 09:53
Janette Raabe Touche. I have friends who, like Anh Do are hard working Aussies who have had the tenacity to overturn adversity of which we would have no concept. Well said Karl. Onya Khay Van Lee and so many others!
Like · Reply · 1 · 21 May at 10:41