1.It will join New South Wales, which has already implemented a ban on displaying the symbol, in applying the restriction to tattoos. Western Australia and Tasmania are also moving to include tattoos in their proposed bans. But Victoria – which was the first state in Australia to ban the public display of the Nazi swastika – has excluded tattoos. An Australian Capital Territory bill has a similar exclusion. Do you think in general, not thinking about tattoos, that the public display of the Nazi swastika should be banned?
2.Do you think getting a tattoo of a Nazi swastika should be banned?
3.The White Rose Society said combating white supremacy required a "whole-of-society approach". "Our concern is that the Queensland government will pass these laws and then think the job is done," they said. "We can't jail our way out of the rise of far-right extremism." Do you think that passing legislation to ban hate symbols is enough to address the rise of far-right extremism?
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