SONIA Kruger has been nominated as clear favourite for the Australia Day White Australian of the year award.
The three-man panel cited Kruger's "brave and insightful" comments about Muslims scaring her as "the quintessence of White Australia and a shining example to scared white people everywhere".
Kruger's plea for an end to the ceaseless Islamic immigration that has led to so many terrorist attacks in Australia resonated with hundreds across the country.
In a statement released today, Kruger was forced to deny that her last name "sounded a bit foreign" and fended off questions asking if she is really a television presenter.
The popularity of the #AsAMother hashtag has led many antenatal classes to include anti-immigration lessons in an attempt to calm new parents.
"We've found that the biggest risk to new mothers is excess stress caused by immigration," said St Middleton's Head of Pediatrics, Josephine Star-Lynne.
"It's not a race thing, it's about them being different, and therefore terrifying."
Meanwhile, Assistant Minister for Justice Chase Leeds announced a new sentencing principle to allow for even tougher punishments.
"Labelling someone a racist would become the harshest punishment available to the courts, replacing the threat of life in prison," he said.
"Community standards have changed and it is now apparent that most white Australians consider being called a racist to be the most powerful way of sending a strong, punitive message."
Fledgling Senator Pauline Hanson has called on the Turnbull Government to give clearer guidelines on who is an Aborigine and who is an Aboriginal, saying the confusion over the two groups is hurting welfare policy.
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