Mohammedan tosspot slams ‘racist Australia’ for trying to help white South African farmers he says ‘aren’t being persecuted’ despite law being passed to seize their land
Arab Muslims are the biggest slave traders in history and the the worst racists on earth. This Mohammedan agitprop is appealing to Western guilt complexes through projection.
- Qatar-government owned Al Jazeera claims Australia has a racist agenda
- Senior producer Tabish Talib says white South African farmers ‘not persecuted’
- New York journalist argues Australi has a double standard with asylum seekers
A Muslim journalist has slammed Australia as racist for wanting to rescue white South African farmers who he says ‘aren’t being persecuted’.
Tabish Talib, a senior producer and presenter with the Qatar-government owned Al Jazeera network, fronted a five-minute editorial video condemning Immigration Minister Peter Dutton.
Despite South Africa‘s parliament voting last month to seize the land of white farmers without compensation, the New York-based journalist claimed they weren’t being targeted. (Continued below the fold.)
THIS is what Leaders in Sth Africa have said to white people who have been farming the land and feeding the barbaric tribes for generations:
“If they want to go, they must go. They must leave the keys of the tractors because we want to work the land. They must leave the keys of the houses, because we want to live in those houses.” ”And there will be no compensation’!
Sth Africans leaders have told white people ‘to get out now’ – a warning, or else!
Bishop drops a turd: Since when have we heard the word ‘merit’ spoken over the past 11 years???
‘What about the “persecuted” white farmers of South Africa that Australia is so desperate to welcome?,’ he said.
‘Well, the South African government says they’re not being persecuted.’
Talib, whose state-owned employer is based in a Muslim nation with Sharia law, compared Mr Dutton’s plan to bring white South African farmers to Australia as refugees with the plight of asylum seekers on Christmas Island and Nauru.
‘So why the double standard? What makes white South Africans more deserving of Australia’s attention?,’ he said.
‘The only thing that seems to separate the people trapped in these detention centres from South African farmers is their skin colour.’
His video also featured an asylum seeker at Christmas Island, who fled Afghanistan two years ago, describing Australia as racist for wanting to help South African farmers.
‘This is about white supremacy,’ he said.
While the video argued white South African farmers were less likely to be murdered than black men, it made no mention of radical Marxist MP Julius Malema who said he wanted to ‘cut the throat of whiteness’.
The New York-based journalist claimed white farmers were killed at a small rate (crosses at Ysterberg near Langebaan marking the deaths of white farmers)
His video also featured an asylum seeker at Christmas Island, who fled Afghanistan two years ago, describing Australia as racist for wanting to help South African farmers
The Al Jazeera made no mention of radical Marxist MP Julius Malema who said he wanted to ‘cut the throat of whiteness’
The Economic Freedom Fighters firebrand last month moved a motion in South Africa’s national parliament in Cape Town to seize land from white farmers, which passed 241 votes to 83.
The policy had the support of the ruling African National Congress, led by new president Cyril Ramaphosa, but it was opposed by the Opposition Democratic Alliance.
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton said the South African farmers were the sorts of migrants he wanted to ‘bring into our country’.
‘They work hard. They integrate well into Australian society,’ he said earlier this month.
Talib was active in the Muslim Student Association at Rutgers University in New Jersey before he graduated in 2012 and joined Al Jazeera at Doha three years later.
Mr Dutton said regardless of skin colour, the farmers needed Australia’s help.
“I’m bringing people to our country solely based on what’s in our national interest, what’s in our national security interest,” he said.
“I want people who can settle here, I don’t want people coming here as criminals — if they commit crimes here they are out.”