Australia: taxpayer funded media beams incendiary hatred into Muslim homes

The execrable, criminal Labor loons who inflicted this ‘boatpeople’ nightmare on us have been tossed out of office, but their lackeys still control the airwaves. A major shakeup is long overdue, the vicious anti-government spin is unbearable.If you watch this puff piece from SBS you could get the idea that we are governed by some Islamic headbanger in Lebanon:

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How dare SBS beam this incendiary hatred into Muslim Australian homes?

Andrew Bolt

What SBS promises us in return for our taxes:

SBS makes a unique contribution to the development of harmony and understanding in Australia by connecting cultures, subcultures, beliefs, generations, interest groups and language communities.

A contribution to harmony?

We already know our Muslim Lebanese community has, on the whole, has had more trouble that most in integrating here. Too many Australians of Muslim Lebanese descent are in Syria fighting for jihadist forces, in jail here for terrorism offences or in mosques listening to hate preachers damning Australia and the wicked West.

So into that volatile relationship blundered SBS this week with an inflammatory report on the boat which flipped just 50m from an Indonesian beach as Australian rescuers tried in vain to find it.

SBS went to the Lebanese village from where the boat people came from and filmed a hate-preaching Sheik accusing the Abbott Government of killing Muslim Lebanese boat people – a baseless and dangerously emotive claim beamed into Muslim homes here without qualification or correction just when passions would be at their most raw:

 

SHEIK ALI KHODER (Translation):  Yes, listen, Australia. The boat sought help and rescue and the coastguard kicked the boat out and told the boat “Go back to where you came from.” Shame on you. Shame on you. Ask for the meaning of these words. Australia, shame on you. Australia, which has been the land of dreams, freedom, humanity and justice for so long. Shame on you, that your new rulers have reached the stage of killing people and making this part of their election campaign. Is there a court of justice to try you, Australia?

The report repeatedly pushed the lie that Australia was to blame for the deaths of people trying to smuggle themselves into our country, and drowning just the length of a swimming pool from Indonesia:


Hussein texted many pictures home to his family…Life in Indonesia…The children…This remarkable photo of the boat soon after it left. And the women and children huddled together during the night. The family has a video that shows Hussein after he survived the sinking.

MAN:  His family, ten persons… He has eight children. Nine children… They all died. Why? Just tell us why they didn’t rescue us.

Reader CalJ is stunned by the irresponsibility:

It certainly didn’t take long before SBS decided to capitalize on the tragic loss of life, just off an Indonesian beach, to emphasize that people in Lebanon held Australia’s new government totally responsible for the deaths. This one-sided story, full of inconsistencies, surely would have been better not screened to the Lebanese community in Australia at such a sensitive time.

SBS spreading harmony? This report can spread only hatred in a community with a record of producing young men too full of it already.

We need an explanation, retraction and apology.

UPDATE

Reader the Realist wonders at the definition of “poverty” given the amount of money raised for the trip. From the SBS script:

Nasser says poverty forced his brother to look to Australia, they sold possessions and borrowed money to pay a people smuggler eighty thousand dollars in the pursuit of a better life.

Transcript here:

But first to a village in northern Lebanon in deep shock as the residents struggle with an appalling tragedy. 18 men, women and children from the village, perished in the most recent asylum seeker boat sinking off Indonesia last Friday that claimed at least 39 lives. Yaara Bou Melhem reports that the locals are consumed with grief and anger at Australia.

REPORTER: Yaara Bou Melhem

High in the hills of northern Lebanon these banners speak of tragedy and rage. Today in the village of Qabeit a grim gathering is under way. The mass drowning of 18 people from here has stunned this small community. They have come to grieve and vent their anger. The relatives of the dead, on the left here, greet their neighbours.   As the event is beamed live across Lebanon, officials speak of poverty forcing people to seek a better life. But the local sheik Ali Khoder takes direct aim at Australia.

SHEIK ALI KHODER (Translation):   Yes, listen, Australia. The boat sought help and rescue and the coastguard kicked the boat out and told the boat “Go back to where you came from.” Shame on you. Shame on you. Ask for the meaning of these words. Australia, shame on you. Australia, which has been the land of dreams, freedom, humanity and justice for so long. Shame on you, that your new rulers have reached the stage of killing people and making this part of their election campaign. Is there a court of justice to try you, Australia?

After the gathering, I visit a family still reeling from news of the tragedy. Naser Khoder’s brother, Hussein was on the boat when it went down. He lost his wife and eight children.
NASER KHODER (Translation):   This is Hussein’s photo, the father. This is the mother. And this is the mother’s photo. And this is Reem, their eldest child.
REPORTER (Translation):    How old was she?

NASER KHODER (Translation):    19.  And this is Wafaa. The one after her. 17. This is Ali.  Alouchi, the pampered one. 15. This is Rawaa.  She’s 13.  And this is Ahmed, Ahmouda. 12. He’s pampered. And this is Rana. She is seven years old. And this is Malak, my daughter’s school friend. She’s four. And this is Mariam, his youngest. She is one and a half.  God rest her soul.  Thank you. A family, an army.

Hussein texted many pictures home to his family…Life in Indonesia…The children…This remarkable photo of the boat soon after it left. And the women and children huddled together during the night. The family has a video that shows Hussein after he survived the sinking.

MAN:  His family, ten persons… He has eight children. Nine children… They all died. Why? Just tell us why they didn’t rescue us.
Nasser says poverty forced his brother to look to Australia, they sold possessions and borrowed money to pay a people smuggler eighty thousand dollars in the pursuit of a better life.
NASER KHODER (Translation):   He took his family. All of us were crying. We cried over the children, not over him. He left.
Naser says he repeatedly told Hussein not to risk the dangerous  boat journey.
NASER KHODER (Translation):   His father came too. He said “Son, if you want to go, leave your children with me and I will raise them for you. He said “We’ll all go. Either we all die, or we all live.”
REPORTER (Translation):     He said this?
NASER KHODER (Translation):    He did, word for word. “Either we all die, or we all live.” We told him it was “a journey of death”. “If we’re meant to die, we’ll die together. They won’t mourn me and I won’t mourn them.”

Nasser and his father take me into the house where the family once lived. Then, I’m shown the crib where the youngest used to sleep before the family left for their fateful voyage, they made it themselves because they didn’t have enough money to buy a cot.

ANJALI RAO:   And Yaara tell us that the Lebanese prime minister is sending a delegation from the village to Indonesia tonight with DNA to identify some of the bodies and bring back the survivors. That story has already prompted a strong response online today. Have your say on sbs.com.au/dateline.

Reporter/Camera
YAARA BOU MELHEM
Producers
GEOFF PARISH
PETER CHARLEY
VICTORIA STROBL


Fixer
GABY GAMMAL
Editors
NICK O’BRIEN
MICAH MCGOWN


Translations/Subtitling
DALIA MATAR

11 thoughts on “Australia: taxpayer funded media beams incendiary hatred into Muslim homes”

  1. I hope PM Abbott defunds SBS and the ABC!
    They are a fifth column and the defacto Opposition now.
    Maybe we should have a petition?

  2. “Reader the Realist wonders at the definition of “poverty” given the amount of money raised for the trip. From the SBS script:

    Nasser says poverty forced his brother to look to Australia, they sold possessions and borrowed money to pay a people smuggler eighty thousand dollars in the pursuit of a better life.”

    Did anyone tell them them and Nasser that you cannot become a refugee in Australia because you are poor or because you are pursing a better life?

  3. Insh’a’Allah, baby, Insh’a’Allah. The Death Cult of m0E the cRaZy works in strange ways.

  4. Q) Why the hell would a couple living in poverty in Lebanon have 8 children?
    A) so they can hop on a boat to Australia where the government will pay them handsomely and they can afford to have more little Mohammed’s while not having to work another day.

  5. ABC & SBS are both perfect Tokyo Roses
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tokyo_Rose
    They should not only be disbanded (or privatised) but indicted.

    As to that “father”: why did he kill his children and wives by first putting them on a boat to a destination where he is not wanted, and then letting them drown – while he saved himself, so that he could read from the SBS supplied script, undermine a country which he hopefully never will call home? Did he have the only life-jacket? It seems to be quite common that the males of those illegal boats survive, and women and children drown. Looks like a pattern to me.

  6. So his net worth was $80,000, but he claims he’s living in poverty. That kinda scratch goes a long way in Indonesia and Lebanon, mate!

    And, as for “Why to liberals do these self-destructive things?”

    Simply because they, like their muslim brethren, are masochists determined to inflict the “inevitable” worst-case scenarios they can imagine on everyone, in order to pretend to have a degree of control over it; i.e: “Screw you, it’s your fault – I MEANT to do that! Whee!”

    ;-(

  7. @Rita,

    Muslims are not fond of teaching their little girls how to swim.

    In the 80’s in Britain, teaching Muslim girls how to swim became such a bone of contention in Bradford,UK that Muslims and Leftist apologist drove the Head of the school, (the late, Great and prophetic) Ray Honeyford out of his position after he insisted that they learn to swim, as it was a part of the curriculum and ‘they’ are in Britain now.

    Everyone should know who Ray Honeyford is why he is important to the future of Britain.

  8. @Hill. Thanks for this advice. I did not know who Ray Honeyford was, but looked him up now. So, the cancer that is destroying the UK was already raging in the 80’s… yet even now, when it’s too late and when we can see the ravages of “multiculturalism” in general, and the islamisation specifically, the BBC, in their obituary of Ray Honeyford alluded, nastily to the “RAAACISM” of this courageous man. What he said about racism then is still valid now:

    “…It [racism] is the icon word of those committed to the race game. And they apply it with the same sort of mindless zeal as the inquisitors voiced ‘heretic’ or Senator McCarthy spat out ‘Commie’.”

    And it does not come as a surprise that he was hounded out by a leftist named “Mohammed”:

    “…Bradford’s then Labour Mayor, Mohammed Ajeeb, called for Mr Honeyford’s dismissal….”

    what surprised me though is that already then, the UK left were kissing muslim arse.

    (sorry I get vulgar when I’m angry) !

  9. @Hill. just in case this gets through: I just posted a looooong answer to you, and it disappeared. FRUSTRATING! But anyway, thanks for your advice, I look Ray Honeyford up.

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