Defenders of stupid


Of course we need to care about Manus, and Nauru, and Syria – now more than ever – but we also need to pay homage, and on the anniversary of a day on which so many of our ancestors were slaughtered on a hostile beach, it’s only fair that we are able to do that.

Lest we forget.

The always clueless Susie O’Brien:

Abuse against Yassmin not justified

I DO not believe the outpouring of abuse and fury against Yassmin Abdel-Magied is justified. Let’s be clear about what she said and didn’t say, (From here on everything turns to mush)


The lazy fool’s way of trying to win an argument these days:

Greg Barns accuses critics of Yassmin Adbel-Magied of “racism” because his Muslim “hero” has dark skin: “They were in full voice last week in condemning …a woman of dark skin.” But Barns vilified the even darker ex-Muslim Ayaan Hirsi Ali: “This woman is often xenophobic, has a fundamentalist view of the world…  feeds prejudice and division.”  

Elmo’s compassion:

Mohamed Elmouelhy A Muslim halal businessman, Australia’s first and foremost halal racketeer,  says Yassmin Abdel-Magied’s controversial Anzac Day post has highlighted how white, Christian Australians only care about the deaths of their own.

Mohamed Elmouelhy has come to the defence of the Muslim youth activist following calls from conservative politicians for her to be sacked from the ABC and a taxpayer-funded Arab relations board.

‘Yassmin Abdel-Magied should be given a medal,’ he told his 374 Facebook followers.

‘It is a sad day when a Muslim woman reminds Christians of their religion.’

The hide and the hubris of this POS beggars belief.

Halal Certification Authority boss Mohamed Elmouelhy has defended Yassmin Abdel-Magied

Conservative politicians have called for Yassmin Abdel-Magied to be sacked from the ABC

Mr Elmouelhy, the president of Halal Certification Authority company, said Ms Abdel-Magied’s Anzac Day Facebook post highlighted how Australian Christians didn’t care about the deaths of people from other faiths.

‘Have the white Australians sank so low that they can only feel compassion for their dead but not the dead of others?’ he asked.

No Muselmaniac has ever shown compassion for the death of infidels. Elmo is beneath contempt.

You can’t pick and choose whose deaths deserve respect

Another leftoid POS:

Do we want to destroy her? To make her go away for good?

I do not know Abdel-Magied, but I am a 26-year-old woman in the media, and there’s one thing I know for sure.

Today, she is not okay. And there are hundreds of thousands of people who are playing a part in that.

She is sitting on the receiving end of a barrage of hate we cannot begin to imagine.

When we hate and objectify public figures, we rob them of their humanity. (Jessie Stephens from Mamamia)

Here’s someone trying to reason with those who lost the plot:

Thank you to one of our members for this superb letter. Please join us by copying and adding your name or writing your own. Share your letter in the comments. For those that make excuses and justify not writing to politicians because “they won’t listen” please don’t bother if enough of us write they will HAVE to start listening.
Senator the Hon. Mitch Fifield,
Minister of Government Business in the Senate,
Minister for Communications, & Minister for the Arts,
P O Box 6100,
Parliament House,

Dear Mr. Fifield,

I believe, along with thousands of others, that CAAR member and ABC presenter Yassmin Abdel-Magied’s intent with her ANZAC Day post “Lest. We. Forget. (Manus, Nauru, Syria, Palestine…)” was to dismiss the meaning of ANZAC Day and highlight her own Islamic agenda.. If Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act is to be applied equally, Ms. Abdel-Magied has caused considerable offense to tens of thousands of Australians. (Copy attached for immediate reference!) Nothing in the post indicated a shred of respect for our military personnel, past or present. Her subsequent statement upon removal of the post later that “It was brought to my attention that my last post was disrespectful, and for that I unreservedly apologise” was completely disingenuous. To post what she did in the first place was a clear demonstration of disregard for the importance of this national day of remembrance. It was inappropriate and inflammatory.

If the ABC can dismiss a presenter for merely missing a cue, I fail to understand how we, as taxpayers, can be expected to continue to foot the bill for the salary of somebody who is in the least, ridiculously naïve (and therefore should not have the platform to begin with) or in the extreme, involved in an ideology that is in direct conflict with western democracy and who continues to promote that ideology with every opportunity. She seems oblivious to the actual living conditions of women under true Islamic law.

Australia does not need Ms. Abdel-Magied’s ill informed views which are probably due to her indoctrination into this very contentious political movement which hides behind the label of “religion”. Her statement on Q & A (the last show I watched – I will no longer tune in) that “Islam is the most feminist religion” is outrageous and untrue. You don’t have to do much reading to come to that conclusion. Islamic teachings are now widely and reliably translated for all to access.

Name me one, just ONE, Islamic country where there is freedom, where woman are treated as equals and where sharia law is producing a society that inspires the admiration of others. Please……just one!

Ms. Abdel-Magied cannot be permitted to continue with such blatantly misleading statements at the expense of Australian taxpayers. She is, of course, free (in this country) to express her opinions, but I object strenuously to that being at my expense and I am offended in accordance with the wording of Section 18C.

I am funding a station that is supposedly for all Australians and yet I find myself avoiding the ABC because of the continually offensive views of many of the commentators. It would be bearable if we had some balance but the howls of “bigot” and “racist” which begin the minute somebody disagrees with any of these views is more than I can stomach. Perhaps the government should include an “opt out” section for taxpayers who refuse to fund a station that does not provide fair and equal representation. (Their fat salaries would quickly disappear I am sure.)

Ms. Abdel-Magied’s known association with Hizb ut Tahrir is a matter of deep concern. I suspect she is a puppet for their agenda to gradually overthrow democracy and establish Allah’s law in this country. They are quite open about their goals and if anybody thinks it cannot happen here, they are completely delusional. Islam is growing throughout the world and Islamic law is changing the face of many countries slowly and steadily. I cannot comprehend the ability of politicians to seemingly ignore what is staring us all in the face! We in Australia are in just as much peril as anybody else. Our comparative isolation is just making the process a little slower. It is my urgent request that Ms. Abdel-Magied be removed from all taxpayer funded positions. We need our politicians to stand up for Australian traditions and values and those who blatantly disrespect them should not be funded by those of us who do!

3 thoughts on “Defenders of stupid”

  1. This woman has chosen to put herself in the public eye, defending the indefensible and promoting a bloody religion to an uncaring public. Then she picks on one of Australia’s important celebrations and uses it for political point scoring. She lies. She is either really stupid or deliberately deceptive. She does this at taxpayer’s expense. If she can’t take the heat she’d better get out of the kitchen. And this rubbish about not caring about the death of others? I’m a Christian and I hate death of any kind, even a mouse or a bird or a worm. OK, I am not so fussed about snakes. Islam is the religion of death. If Yassmin wants to impress me, she should repudiate Islam entirely. Until then, she’s just a taxpayer funded yawn. Brilliant saleswoman though. She’d make a fortune in real estate.

  2. How on earth did the knuckle brained O’Brien get to have a platform on to sound off her scatter brained opinions and, one presumes, get paid for doing so?

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