Changing to an upset tone, the application of inclusive language and repetition of ‘'we do not think, '' unifies readers and attempts to reaffirm that ‘'our laws should [not] take priority over [other] laws. '' Australian citizens are decorated as individuals that uphold balance, integration and ‘'support multiculturalism, cultural range, '' rectifying our position against the intense requests of ‘legal pluralism' by faith based leaders. The examples of ‘'Muslim man whipped 40 occasions, Muslim inman sending offensive letters to dead Diggers' and blameless children supporting beheading signs, appealing to reader's moral beliefs as these are certainly not ‘'benefits of living in a delightful, diverse culture enriched by simply people by many ethnicities. '' Viewers may behave angrily on the Islamic Councils of Victoria's submission proclaiming ‘' mind-boggling majority of Aussie Muslims want nothing more than to create meaningful advantages, '' which can be in immediate contrast with its former dismissive attitude to Australian rules, implying that dire consequences of ‘legal pluralism' will be hidden at the rear of a act of manipulation.

The visible depicts a young child holding up the sign ‘'Behead all those who have insult the prophet. '' The text symbolise what O'Brien believes while religious extremism and features the ‘'barbaric practises'' that we do not agree to under Australian law. The complements the content by emphasising that beheadings and other serious actions can become accepted nationwide if ‘legal pluralism' is allowed. Readers may experience shocked in the exploitation of youngsters in promoting violent behaviour in the nature of faith; an act which suggests the religious commanders are preying on the kids innocence. The visual tries to instill fear within just readers since it suggests that their children are vulnerable to the extremist mindsets of some spiritual leaders and are encouraged to condone violent behaviours. Viewers are thus urged to oppose religious practises that violate Australian laws and...