Yassmin is a Mohammedan agitprop of the worst kind. Like so many of her ilk, she is using her brown skin privilege to promote the Islamic expansion program while dissing Australia, her host country. A country that afforded her every opportunity:
‘Lest We Forget (Manus)’: Muslim “activist” Yassmin Abdel-Magied posts ANOTHER disrespectful tribute on Remembrance Day
activistYassmin Abdel-Magied has posted :estweforget (Manus) online
- She was slammed on Anzac Day for almost identical message which she deleted
- Her comments have not gone unnotice and been labelled as predicatable
Muslim activist Yassmin Abdel-Magied has taken to Twitter to post about Remembrance Day – in an almost identical post to her Anzac tribute which was labelled as ‘disrespectful’ and ‘malicious’.
The former controversial ABC host took to social media on Saturday with a simple post reading #LestWeForget.
But just a few lines down in brackets she put (Manus).
Muslim activist Yassmin Abdel-Magied has taken to Twitter to post about Remembrance Day
The post is almost identical to the Facebook post which landed her in trouble on Anzac Day
Queensland Premier and Labour leader Annastacia Palaszczuk and opposition leader Tim Nicholls along with other dignitaries attend the Remembrance Day ceremony in Brisbane
In April she was slammed after a similar post which read ‘Lest we forget (Manus, Nauru, Syria, Palestine.’
And there was some of the same outrage the second time around.
‘How dare you,’ wrote one man on the post.
‘So predictable Yassmin. Odds on to tweet that out on Rememberance day,’ said another.
The Anzac Day post was quickly deleted by the former television presenter and she apologised.
The former controversial ABC host took to social media on Saturday with a simple post reading #LestWeForget (Manus)
The HMAS Waterhen and Royal Australian Navy Band performs during the Remembrance Day Service held at the Cenotaph, Martin Place
People inspect wreaths layed at tye stone of remembrance after a Remembrance Day ceremony at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra
‘It was brought to my attention that my last post was disrespectful, and for that, I apologise unreservedly,’ she said.
One of her followers tried to applaud the woman for being brave but his comment was quickly slammed by others.
‘Not brave, just inflammatory and ignorant. As for insight. I’ve yet to see any display of insight, just immature ill thought out ideas aimed at hurting cultures that offered her a future instead of the oppression she’d have faced growing up in Sudan,’ said one.
‘Shakes head in disbelief that (Yassmin) really doesn’t get it,’ said another.
‘You again! You don’t get it ! So disrespectful! Hide in London silly girl , hearing your name and seeing your face disgusts me,’ said another.
‘So predictable Yassmin. Odds on to tweet that out on Rememberance day,’ said a follower
Aussies don’t hate this chick because she’s Muslim. They hate her because she’s an exploitative coward who took what our country offered her then spat on us and ran away to London –And she’s still demeaning our sacred traditions from over there. Get a life, Yaz.