Sometimes, the Lame Stream Media is not lame at all. Especially when it comes to totally destroy a person that doesn’t buy Â the Â politically correct opinions manufactured by leftist progressive elitists who know what’s best for us.
Hanson takes Qld home off the market
Former One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has taken her Queensland home off the market, following a backlash against her decision not to sell to Muslims.
Ms Hanson has been forced to shelve plans to sell her million-dollar property in Coleyville, southwest of Brisbane, and move to Britain.
Her decision comes amid widespread outrage, prompted by remarks from the former politician that she’s not prepared to sell to Muslims or foreign investors because the buyer has to be compatible with the Australian way of life.
(Where is this manufactured “outrage” coming from? Any idea?)
”If she feels even in her final shot in selling her house she can still discriminate against the greater population of the world, then that’s one person we don’t need to live in this country,” Mr Patel said.
Her LJ Hooker real estate agent, Keith Edwards, on Thursday said he’d received an onslaught of emails and calls following the controversial comments.
“Pauline withdrew the property from the market, and I no longer represent her and LJ Hooker no longer represent her,” Mr Edwards told AAP.
“Some of (the emails) have been pretty upsetting…
“I got the abusive and threatening phone calls last night (Wednesday night), I didn’t sleep.
“I got swags of abusive emails, with non-returnable addresses, just cowards.”
Network Ten reported that LJ Hooker had received calls from other clients threatening to take their business elsewhere.
Ten reported Mr Edwards had also been ordered by head office to drop Ms Hanson but the outspoken Queenslander got in first, pulling her property off the market late on Thursday.
“If I’ve upset Keith and his business, LJ Hooker, I didn’t mean to do that,” Ms Hanson told the network.
“(But) if someone turns up to my doorstep that I’m not happy with I won’t allow them through my house”.
Although she said she’s sorry if the comments upset LJ Hooker and Mr Edwards, Ms Hanson didn’t offer an apology to Muslims or foreigners.
Ms Hanson’s hardline views on race sparked a national debate over immigration policy and Aboriginal disadvantage from the time she entered parliament in 1996.
Queensland Anti-Discrimination Commission Neroli Holmes said Ms Hanson’s latest stance against Muslims and foreign investors puts her at risk of breaching the state’s discrimination laws.
WTF are the states discrimination laws?
And then this: