Watch if you can bear it:
Dumber than a ton of bricks…Â
* The terrorist grandmother made quite a splash Downunder when she played her grievance theater on the TV last night. She and her close friend Raisah are heavy breeders, having produced a brood of some 15 children with a host of African jihadists while being on the dole. What amazes is the hide of these ingratiates who are obviously too dumb to see that they’re biting the hand that feeds them.
With thanks to Rosie
There are 7 sequels, if you want to watch them all doubleclick on the icon and go straight to youtube…
A Brisbane judge spared him a criminal conviction so as not to jeopardise his future career, but the would-be doctor who tried to give an 11-year-old boy a penis massage might not be so lucky a second time.
State Attorney General Kerry Shine is seeking a jail term for disgraced University of Queensland medical student Shakeel Mirza, who escaped with only 12 months probation over his attempt to molest the boy in February 2006.
A criminal conviction was not formally recorded after his defence lawyers successfully argued that a black mark against his name could prevent Mirza, 27, from getting a government Blue Card – or security clearance – allowing him to treat children in hospital.
But at an appeal hearing in Brisbane’s Supreme Court today, barrister for the Crown, Michael Copely described Mirza’s punishment as “manifestly inadequate”, and accused sentencing judge David Searles of “closing his eyes” to other sentencing options.
* Australia seems to have a lot of judges with closed eyes…
He asked the court to resentence Mirza to 12 months’ jail – albeit wholly suspended – and record a criminal conviction.
“The offence was serious enough in itself, given the age disparity of the parties and the breach of trust,” Mr Copely argued.
The Pakistani-born medical student had been appointed as a mentor to the 11-year-old boy under the Lions Club’s “Aunties and Uncles” program when he tried to force his hands down the youngster’s pants at the family’s Brisbane home.
The court heard he had been rubbing the child’s head to relax him when he offered to massage the child’s penis instead because “it would feel better”.
The boy managed to fend off Mirza’s advances.