Abdel Maggot in the news again….

…telling us we should import the Mohammedans stuck on Manus Island. Not to do so would be “unAustralian”.

“Journalist” Yassmin Abdel-Magied slams government for treatment of detainees on Manus Island

A “journalist” who cannot construct a sentence, cannot mount an intelligent case & defend it & who cannot get beyond the purely emotive continues to snipe at Australia from afar. She has decended into paranoia.

CONTROVERSIAL broadcaster Yassmin Abdel-Magied has fired up over Manus Island on Twitter, calling the government ‘unAustralian’ and cruel.

Who in the f*kc  gave her those titles? The twat is no ‘journalist’, she studied mechanical engineering. Who made her a ‘broadcaster?’

JOURNALIST Yassmin Abdel-Magied has taken to Twitter to slam the government’s treatment of those detained on Manus Island, calling it cruel, unfair and lacking integrity.

So glad that Mohammedans are not “cruel, unfair and lacking integrity”.

The controversial broadcaster and advocate twat tweeted a string of criticisms of the Australian government policy following news this week more than 600 detainees had barricaded themselves inside a detention centre without access to food and water.

She began by retweeting a template of a letter that could be sent to Immigration Minister Peter Dutton urging the respectful treatment of those held on Manus Island.

“Lest we forget Manus, I suggested, over six months ago. The backlash was said to be because I was unAustralian, disrespecting our history, & sullying the memory of the diggers and the ANZACS,” she said.

No. We are not “disrespecting our history”. We never had an Islamic invasion and we have a sacred duty to stop it. Our diggers would hate to see the country invaded.

“This isn’t what they fought for, I was told. How dare you disrespect the Aussie spirit.”

Maggot wouldn’t know what Aussie spirit is if it bit her in the toosh.

“Tell me. How is what we are doing on Manus Island to other human beings respecting the Australian Spirit? How is what we are doing to ppl” (sic).

For Mohammedans like her only other Mohammedans are ‘human’. We need to take that into account and protect ourselves.

The Sudanese-Australian activist and author Yassmin Abdel-Magied has slammed the government’s treatment of those on Manus Island. Picture: Chris Pavlich for The Australian

The Sudanese-Australian activist and author Yassmin Abdel-Magied has slammed the government’s treatment of those on Manus Island. Picture: Chris Pavlich for The AustralianSource:News Corp Australia

“Activist & author”, who wrote this gushing crap?

She went on to question where the Australian values of “integrity, mateship, courage” were with regard to the detainees.

They are not our people. These are criminals trying to break into our country.

“We CANNOT in good conscious say that we are living up to these ‘Australian values’ (sic).

Again, Abdel Maggot’s values are not ours.

She also accused the government of turning a “blind eye” and preferring to “stand behind a policy that is implemented in the most inhuman way.”

Mohammedan humanity only extends to other Mohammedans, never to the infidel.

“Whatever it takes to help avoid the fact that today, right now, we are acting cruelly, unfairly, uncourageously, without integrity.

“We?” We are not. You are not one of us. You belong to the umma, you lying f*kc.

“Right now, you folks in power? You’re being pretty damn unAustralian.

Now it comes again, the hatred & the spite of the Islamic agitprop:

“Oh wait. Who am I kidding. Australia was founded after invasion, theft of a land and the genocide of its First Nations people.

“Maybe what we’re doing is pretty Australian after all.

A lot more of the same garbage below:

The tirade comes after movie star Russell Crowe also branded the Manus Island situation “f***ing* disgraceful” and offered to find a house and jobs for six asylum seekers.

Conditions at the detention centre hit headlines after 606 people barricaded themselves inside a centre that was due to be closed where food and water had run out and refused to move for fear of local reprisals. After 24 hours without food the detainees were starving and subject to an overflowing sewage system sparking fears of disease.

“We are expecting that someone attack us … nobody is here to protect us,” Iranian refugee Behrouz Boochani told AAP earlier this week.

“Starvation is pressuring and making the situation so worse … we have no access to anything to survive.”

The Immigration Department insists there is access to food, drinking water and healthcare at alternative facilities

“We appeal to PNG-determined refugees and failed asylum seekers to move to these locations and to access the services and supports that the PNG government has provided,” a spokesman said in a statement.

Asylum seekers protesting the possible closure of their detention centre on Manus Island, Papua New Guinea. Picture: Australia Broadcasting Corporation via A, File.

Asylum seekers protesting the possible closure of their detention centre on Manus Island, Papua New Guinea. Picture: Australia Broadcasting Corporation via A, File.Source:AP

This handout photograph taken and provided to AFP by Behrouz Boochani on November 3, 2017 shows a refugee using a bottle of water as he washes himself at the Manus Island camp in Papua New Guinea,

This handout photograph taken and provided to AFP by Behrouz Boochani on November 3, 2017 shows a refugee using a bottle of water as he washes himself at the Manus Island camp in Papua New Guinea,Source:AFP

Abdel-Magied made headlines in February after an appearance on Q & A in which she described Islam as the most feminist religion in a debate with Senator Jackie Lambie. She later became the subject of a huge backlash after posting on Anzac Day that read: “Lest we forget (Manus, Nauru, Syria, Palestine)”.

While she quickly apologised and deleted the post, it led to an outpouring of criticism including from Peter Dutton, Barnaby Joyce, Tony Abbott.

Abdel-Magied has since referred to herself as the most “publicly hated Muslim in Australia” and moved to London after receiving death threats and finding herself the target of racist abuse.

The Sudanese-born Muslim activist said she was angry about her treatment in Australia in August this year.

“I love Australia, I’m super patriotic. Yet I feel like I’ve been duped, like I’ve been sold this false sense of belonging,” she said at the time.

She hates us, like all Mohammedans do. She hasn’t got the faintest clue about patriotism. She had a chance and she failed because she hates us. Of course she doesn’t belong here. She is an excrement from Africa. That’s where she belongs along with her tribe.