Senator Eric Abetz recently invited Yassmin Abdel-Magied to live in an “Arab dictatorship” after the Muslim feminist denounced Australia’s government as a “neoliberalism capitalist project”.
Londonistan? Almost an Arab dictatorship. Okay, not entirely, but in the making. Say it ain’t so. Just wondering who paid for it?
Presumably all the Arab dictatorships are full, however, so Yassmin’s decided on the next best thing:
Yassmin Abdel-Magied is moving to Londonistan …
The controversial Muslim author, public speaker and TV presenter took to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram today to declare she was leaving Australia for the English capital.
Abdel-Magied received wellwishes from a number of her followers, but she did not further explain her reasons for leaving Australia.
It was probably all the racism and capitalism. London is famous for having neither.
Another Media cover up – If a “man” fired off 18 shots, rammed police cars, had 200 bullets and a 2 foot long maquette and was actually a Moslem in garb would you call that a “terrorist attack” or a “random incident?”
Dumbing down & appeasing Islam is the only nation security plan authorities have…..!
WATCH: An accused gunman’s faced court on more than a dozen charges after a high speed police pursuit ended in Morley. #TenNews
TERROR SUSPECTS ARRESTED BOTH 19, TEENAGERS OR MEN.
Counter-terrorism police in New South Wales have arrested two teenagers during raids on properties in western Sydney.
The men, both aged 19, were arrested at Auburn on Friday evening in relation to the alleged ongoing supply of firearms and drugs and are being questioned at Bankstown police station.
Deputy Commissioner Dave Hudson said there was no current or impending threat to the community.
The two arrested men were from Merrylands and Toongabbie respectively.
Three more search warrants are being executed at properties in those suburbs this evening, police said.
The NSW Joint Counter Terrorism team comprises the NSW Police Force, the Australian Federal Police, the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation and the NSW Crime Commission.