Politically correct terror against the truth.
Litgation Jihad by a serial grievance monger
This is the terrifying result of Australia’s revolting ‘hate-speech’ laws, designed to turn our free society into a dhimmified, complicit herd of cowards, who will not defend what must be defended at all costs.
Today’s Sonia Kruger fails to have racism complaint dismissed two years after she said Muslims should be banned from Australia
Note how the horrible Daily Mail keeps conflating Islam with race!
- Today Show and The Voice host Sonia Kruger fails to have complaint dropped
- A complaint was made that she had dehumanised Muslims during TV discussion
- Kruger suggested that Australian borders should be closed to Muslims
For any of us naive enough to think the racial vilification case against Sonia Kruger had gone away – no it hasn’t.
“…Andrew Bolt has a point here, there is a correlation between the number of people who are Muslim in a country and the number of terrorist attacks,’ she said.
NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal deputy president Nancy Hennessy refused the application by Channel 9 to have the complaint dismissed. The matter is listed for directions on June 19.
Sam Ekermawi, a serial complainant and Australian Muslim said the Nine Network had vilified “ethnic Muslim Australians”.
Ekermawi’s track record:
32 complaints, 22 of them about “racial vilification.” He doesn’t seem to be doing anything else. Litigation jihad is his purpose in life. No mug-shot available. Nancy Hennessy is complicit in this conspiracy against the Australian people.
Sonia Kruger fails to have racial vilification complaint thrown out –
ASHLEIGH GLEESON, Court Reporter, The Daily Telegraph
May 29, 2018
TODAY Extra and The Voice host Sonia Kruger has failed to have a racial vilification complaint made against her dismissed nearly two years after she sparked a social media storm for agreeing Australian borders should be closed to Muslims.
The matter will now proceed for directions next month after the Civil and Administrative Tribunal today refused the Nine Network’s application to have the complaint dismissed without hearing.
The complaint has been made by Sam Ekermawi, a Muslim living in Australia, who said the Nine Network had vilified “ethnic Muslim Australians”.
The tribunal heard evidence he has been involved in 32 hearings before courts and tribunals — 22 them related to vilification complaints.
In July 2016 Kruger said she agreed with the proposition Australian borders should be closed to Muslims while discussing a newspaper article written by News Corp columnist Andrew Bolt on a “Mixed Grill” segment of The Today Show.
“I mean, personally, I think Andrew Bolt has a point here, that there is a correlation between the number of people who, you know, are Muslim in a country and the number of terrorist attacks,” she said on the show.
Sonia Kruger said, “I want to feel safe, as all of our citizens do, when they go out to celebrate Australia Day.”
“Now I have a lot of very good friends who are Muslim, who are peace-loving who are beautiful people, but there are fanatics.
“…. Personally I would like to see it stopped now for Australia. Because I want to feel safe, as all of our citizens do, when they go out to celebrate Australia Day.”
In an email to the Anti-Discrimination Board of NSW in March last year Ekermawi wrote: “Kruger wants borders closed to Muslims, in that she’s implying that they are terrorists (sic) to dehumanise them.”
“Why not worried about other Nations children, who’s daily, been exposed to crimes of war and crimes against humanities? (sic).”
Under the Anti-Discrimination Act it is unlawful for a person, by a public act, to incite hatred, serious contempt or severe ridicule of a person or people on the ground of race.
The Nine Network had applied to have Ekermawi’s complaint dismissed by submitting the broadcast was a discussion about Muslim religion and migration, not about “race”.
It was also submitted he hadn’t identified critical elements of his own case such as how the broadcaster incites hatred, serious ridicule or serious contempt.
Channel 9 and Kruger also submitted that given Ekermawi’s “track record” with vilification complaints it would be an abuse of the tribunal’s processes to allow the complaint to proceed.
However NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal deputy president Nancy Hennessy refused the application.
“A complaint should not be summarily dismissed except in a very clear case,” she said.
The matter is listed for directions on June 19.