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  • ross1948 05:21 on June 22, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Australian cultural sensitivity study, , wife-beating   

    Hey, Aussies! Be ‘Sensitive’ to Migrant Savages! 

    Right, you stuck-up Australians, get with the programme!

    Next time you see some filthy ‘refugee’ brute battering a woman…



    ….don’t be mean to the crimmigrant savage, just show a little sensitivity!

    The study has however called for ‘cultural sensitivity and understanding of the impact on male refugees’ who suffer a sense of separation and an overwhelming feeling of disappointment when their views are repulsed by society.


    Makes you want to get hold of one of those mediaeval mace and chain gadgets, yeah?

    Gambar terkait

    Perfect for soothing their ‘disappointment,’ easing their ‘sense of separation?

    No doubt every decent citizen will wonder why their taxes are being wasted studying imported swamp-life…

    A taxpayer funded study has made the audacious claim that Australians need to show ‘cultural sensitivity’ towards migrant men who physically abuse their wife and children.

    A sound thrashing is a fine idea for starters, but if they are so dreadfully  ‘disappointed’ with life in a civilised country, then the obvious option is...


    Mind you, it’s not just male migrants who would benefit immensely if somebody arranged for them to undergo corrective surgery – a brain transplant from a hyena, or perhaps a warthog.


    Many in Australia showed strong resistance to Sydney primary school teacher Reem Allouche telling the women's arm of hardline political group Hizb ut-Tahrir that men are permitted to hit women with sticks


    We had that evil Hizbut Tahrir ignoramus, Sydney primary school teacher Reem Allouche telling the women’s arm of hardline political group Hizb ut-Tahrir that men are permitted to hit women with sticks.

    Has she been fired yet?

    She should have been, on the spot, along with any other sicko slugs like her.

    Better still, she should have been deported to any country primitive enough to accommodate her midden of a mind-set.

    • Uncle Oz 09:05 on June 22, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Morning, Ross, and thank you very much. I only said a few days ago you should give us more Australian shockers and you already obliged in spades.
      Why is that woman still in Australia? And what kind of professors produce rubbish like that, as if we should be sensitive to people we never asked to come here.
      We need some kind of wake-up call.


  • ross1948 18:01 on January 26, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Rosie Batty, , wife-beating,   

    Happy Australia Day, Especially to Australian Ladies of the Year! 

    How pleasing to see that those responsible for choosing the ‘Australian of the Year’ award have apparently learned that picking pinkos is unpopular.




    Rosie Batty’s politics I know nothing about, but she’s a good woman, who has elevated the issue of domestic violence into a key concern.

    Even better that ALL the awards went to women. Children’s author Jackie French, the deaf advocate Drisana Levitzke-Gray and Juliette Wright who started the GIVIT charitable venture.

    This all-ladies line-up will hopefully offend nobody.

    I like women. Not just the beauties I feature here on RRA, but also heroic people like Hirsi Ali…


    …and greats like Maggie Thatcher.

    And it’s all the more important these days, when Oz is afflicted by a minority of people who adhere to bizarre codes that treat women as second-class citizens, demanding their inheritance rights be inferior to men’s, telling them they must cover their heads when men don’t have to, and other outlandish rules.

    There are of course degrees of benightedness, the worst being savages like Samir Abu Hamza, of the ‘Islamic Information and Services Network of Australasia,’ who horrified civilised Australians five years ago by telling an audience that wife-beating was not necessarily a bad thing. http://www.smh.com.au/national/its-ok-to-beat-wife-demand-sex-cleric-20090122-7n80.html


    The SMH report then mentioned that Hamza was ‘popular with young Muslims in Melbourne’s northern suburbs.’

    That was in 2009. I wonder where they are now?


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