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  • ross1948 19:59 on October 13, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Love it or leave, Neil El Kadoumi, Parramatta Mosque, , singlet ban, Woolworths,   

    Parramatta Mosque Chair A Xenophobic Racist? Ask Woolworth! 

    Does anybody remember this story?

    A spokesman for Woolworths told SBS the singlets, previously available in two stores, were “totally unacceptable. “The singlet was not one we ordered,” he said. “It was delivered to us in error and should never been allowed on our shelves. We will review our processes to ensure this sort of error cannot happen again.  http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2014/10/13/woolworths-criticised-if-you-dont-love-it-leave-aussie-shirt


    The singlet in question bore an admirable exhortation, urging those who don’t love  Australia to leave!

    Only mangy pinko ratbags could object to that, but Woolworth’s management clearly chose to put themselves into that very category. Apparently the splendid garments are banned from all their stores, for being patriotic, or as the Left puts it, xenophobic/racist.

    So will Woolworth’s now refuse to serve Mr. Neil El Kadoumi, or even report him to the cops for ‘xenophobic racism?


    Hasil gambar untuk neil el kadoumi parramatta

    Or is racism something only some Aussies can be accused of?

  • ross1948 15:46 on October 14, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Woolworths   

    Love Oz Or Leave It – Worthless Woolworths Sell Out to Enemy Within! 


    One of the best songs sung in the Sixties was ‘Fightin’ Side Of Me,’ by Merle Haggard. He shared the disgust felt my all decent Americans at the pro-communist peaceniks who were giving aid and comfort to the Reds in South East Asia. It’s best line was surely –

    ‘If You Don’t Love It, Leave It!’

    It applies equally today to the enemy within Western countries, including Australia, the evil aliens who put supranational sectarian allegiance above Queen and Country.

    But some pinko creeps are affronted by the suggestion that traitors should be banished.



    And Woolworths must be the creepiest pinko business operation on Aussie high streets.



    A Woolworths spokesman said the shirt was stocked inadvertently in the Cairns shop and another in Sydney. 

    “It has come to our attention that two Woolworths stores were inadvertently stocking a singlet that we consider totally unacceptable,” the spokesman said.

    But the renegade ratbag doesn’t say WHY it’s unacceptable! Patriotism isn’t part of their marketing strategy – that’s the only possible explanation.









    • uncle oz 07:36 on October 15, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Boycott, brilliant idea. I emailed them already, no more ‘wonder of woolies’ for me.


    • Wickerman 10:09 on October 15, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Lets everybody shop anywhere but there.
      Woolworths are free to take sides against Australia but we are all free to take sides against them.
      Can anyone tell me where to buy one of those great t-shirts?


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