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  • ross1948 00:03 on April 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , federal funding, , yassmin Abdel-Magied   

    Honour Anzac Day Today – Tomorrow, Go After The ‘Arts’ Rats! 


    As Australians mark their very special day, in the strangest of circumstances, may we hope that Anzac Day will not be marred by renewed vile outbursts from that sow who offended every decent Australian…

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    ….with her obnoxious outburst, then slithered off, like some sort of slimy reptile, to the UK..

    9 Sep 2017 – ‘It’s a beautiful day for migrating’: Yassmin Abdel-Magied leaves Australia for the UK – after branding herself the country’s ‘most hated Muslim’ for her Anzac Day post.

    Yassmin Abdel-Magied leaves Australia headed for the UK

    ….only to ooze back into Oz, in 2018, to be made welcome by the Un-Australian ABC, thus sticking her ugly snout into the public purse –  and apparently working as an ‘actress’ with the equally unwholesome SBS.

    NOW, or at least this year, the bad bitch has managed to gouge more from Australian tax-payers!

    Writing on Twitter about the news, Abdel-Magied said she never expected to secure the grant from the Australia Council, also known as The Australia Council for the Arts, which is the federal government’s official art funding body. 

    https://startsat60.com/discover/news/celebrity/yassmin-abdel-magied-20k-paris-studio-australia-council

    Her award was announced as part of the latest grants round earlier this month, which saw a total of $6.5 million handed out to 186 artists. Yassmin received the substantial sum of $20,000 as well as a six-month stunt at the Keesing Studio in the French capital.

    MOST OF ALL, surely, by any outfit that dishes out public money.

    Amid all the vast sums being spent, quite rightly, on helping keep businesses afloat, seeing them through the current crisis, there is one recipient of government largesse which needs to be taught a lesson for its unpatriotic profligacy.

    Industry profile|Australia Council for the Arts|108216|ArtsHub ...

    That Australia Council should be cut off without a penny more of tax-dollars – until they rescind that grant!

    If the bitch is already in Paris, she can earn a living on the street-corners of the banlieues. 

    Of course I mean by singing and dancing

     

     
    • Keith Milner 09:42 on April 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      The ‘arts’ bunch are nearly all leftwing.
      If nobody wants to pay for their stuff, why should tax-payers be forced to?
      And most offensive of all is this horrible woman.
      She should not be getting $1.00 of other people’s money, and should not be allowed to live in Australia.
      She can apply for a Sudanese passport and see how she likes living there.

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  • ross1948 16:32 on September 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , Queer drivel, , , , yassmin Abdel-Magied   

    October 14th Election? One In The Eye For Whom? 


    Ignoring much of the asinine opinions expressed in the Guardian this week…

    ..and by God this week’s pages were positively infested by imbecilic ranters, like that ugly uppity Un-Australian Yapper, Yassim Abdel-Magied…

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    Far-Left’s Anti-Migrant Ranting Deafens Australia! 

    …who went nuts because another lefty luminary showed a tine wee bit of sense, viz.,

    ..the argument became a tirade. It became about the fact that a white man should be able to write the experience of a young Nigerian woman and if he sells millions and does a “decent” job — in the eyes of a white woman — he should not be questioned or pilloried in any way.

    All together, now, YAWN!

    ….

    It became about mocking those who ask people to seek permission to use their stories.  https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/sep/10/as-lionel-shriver-made-light-of-identity-i-had-no-choice-but-to-walk-out-on-her

    ..

    And Malignant Magied’s hogwash howl is only arguably the most deranged drivel the Guardian thinks worth inflicting on readers!

    Get this!

    Life began for me as a queer teenager amid the happy excesses of Great Yarmouth

    The editors apparently imagine that there are people remotely interested in reading about a sexual deviant’s adolescent antics!

    However….

    That, all that, above, is just a kindly mental-health warning – avoid the Guardian.

    It does stress you out after a very short perusal of its pearls of pinko wisdom.

    Today, it’s BORIS, or at least his alleged scheming, that I want, very briefly, to look at, and in particular…

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    Boris Johnson to seek 14 October election if rebels succeed, says government source – as it happened

    …I was fascinated by the announcement of the date of the next UK election.

    October 14th!

    As we noted two years ago…

    October 14th – Hastings Day, As England Faces Invasion 

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    …that’s the anniversary of the Battle of Hastings!

    So can we read the runes of history to predict the outcome?

    Will Boris be blind-sided by Europhiliac renegades…

    …and the realm continue to be ruled from abroad?

    Be cool!

    History is a valuable tool for those Brits wishing to learn what mistakes should be avoided when fighting off enemies across the Channel.

    But anniversaries, unless forgotten by unwise husbands, are not indicators of what happens next!

     

     
    • Joanie Lane 18:08 on September 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      What a wonderful read.
      Please do more like this.

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    • Rob Connell 19:53 on September 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      The Guardian publishes all that BS junk because its readers are as addled as its editors.

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    • Vanessa Reilly 20:03 on September 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      You very entertainingly cover quite a few issues but you make me think you still have reservations about our ‘Bojo.’
      I don’t blame you.
      Nevertheless, he’s doing a lot of good things.
      I like best how he may eject Hammond and Clarke and the other leftwingers from the party and make them stand as independents, unless they come clean and join the LibDems.
      We are living in interesting times.

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    • Salop Nusantara 21:21 on September 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      So far so good, Vanessa, as far as cleaning out lefies. That ultra liberal “Tory” Philip Lee MP has just crossed the floor of the Commons to join the Libdems.
      It is very frustrating to be an expat far away from this battle. I wish I could join all those ‘We Voted Leave’ demonstrators at Westminster.

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      • ross1948 21:33 on September 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        A Shropshire man ( or is it woman?) here in Indonesia, who shares my Brexiteer commitment?
        How intriguing!
        It is frustrating, watching it all on tv but I suppose if we were in the UK we’d be doing the same, unless we lived in London.
        If you are in Jakarta, we should get together and have a beer sometime.

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        • Petra Malley 23:14 on September 3, 2019 Permalink

          Ross, I have been glued to the news for hours. I had no intention of commenting till after the vote in the Commons but Salop has now drawn me in.
          Salop, it was very pertinent of you use those inverted commas around ‘Tory’ when writing about Lib Dem Lee.
          He did not even have the courage to attend the special meeting of the Bracknell Conservative Association when they debated their motion of No Confidence.
          The motion was passed and so Lee was due to be replaced.
          No wonder he has bolted for the nearest rat-hole.

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        • Salop Nusantara 23:21 on September 3, 2019 Permalink

          A beer is always a good idea but I live very far away, not quite as far as Aceh but up north and I don’t much like big cities so have only been to Jakarta once or twice, for work, since I came here.
          Have you been watching the BBC?

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    • Penny 22:04 on September 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I was watching tv since I got home otherwise I would have commented earlier.
      I get worn out listening to the Remainer rants.
      I am planning an early night to recharge my Brexit batteries.

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  • ross1948 03:50 on April 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Islamist Un-Australians, , , South Africa farmers, yassmin Abdel-Magied   

    Far-Left’s Anti-Migrant Ranting Deafens Australia! 


    Despite assurances that she was no longer going to blight Australia with her shrill sectarian presence…

    9 Sep 2017 – ‘It’s a beautiful day for migrating’: Yassmin Abdel-Magied leaves Australia for the UK – after branding herself the country’s ‘most hated Muslim’ for her Anzac Day post.

    Yassmin Abdel-Magied leaves Australia headed for the UK

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    …I see that arrogant Islamist bint is still hanging about Australia. Has the Un-Australian ABC re-hired the young(ish) hag?

    “There is no evidence to prove that white people (aka farmers from South Africa) would be more beneficial to Australia than people from other nations (e.g. Rohingya)”   Yassmin rants over Dutton’s ‘racist’ whites-only visa deal

    So she wants to make it a skin-colour issue?

    One could offer examples of some brown people who are NOT in ANY way beneficial to Australia and who ought long since to have been deported. 

    Hizb ut-Tahrir’s Australian leader recently called on the country to become an Islamic state ruled by Islamic law and for a boycott of Anzac Day.  http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/national/australias-generation-jihad-is-homegrown/story-fnii5s41-1226653324521

    BUT…it’s also perfectly true that Oz would be a lot better off without some WHITE people, who think rescuing South Africans is a hateful notion, grotesques like that ghastly 

    …or the equally obnoxious Ian Rintoul

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    • ianrintoul Pinko Rintoul

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    • But there is a certain oddness, surely, that this sectarian ranterette offers one particular group as her imports of choice.

    • We’ve warned Australians before about the Rohingya, about their behaviour here in Indonesia. 

      Heading for Oz? Murderous Rohingya ‘Asylumers’ – Out in Nine Months! 

    • Bizarrely, Yukky Yassmin, perhaps dimly aware that decent people may recall her disloyal yammerings a year or two ago, and thus deduce that she’s working from a personal, bigoted agenda, quickly offers a preemptive denial. 

    • “Do NOT make this about my only advocating for Muslims, or being anti-white, because that’s lazy and incorrect.”

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    • But observers who are NOT lazy (and equally importantly, not politically correct!) must see clearly that Minister Dutton was talking sense when he expressed sympathy with the idea of granting sanctuary to South African farmers, who are at serious risk entirely because they have white-skin.

      It’s Wrong To Ignore Racist Violence Against White South Africans

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    • Gambar terkait

    • http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xphx5x

    • Many primitive savages in S.A., not least that sleazy slug Zuma, actually have a song about murdering them!

    • Petition · Australian Government: Accept white South African refugees …

      But I say ‘talking sense’ because it’s not just being good-hearted to welcome those farmers.

    • Of the 31,000 immigrants from there since 2006, none is unemployed, according to estimates in the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ most recent analysis of the country’s migrant population.

    • By contrast, of the 70,000 migrants from the Middle East and North Africa, 44,000 were either unemployed…

    • South African farmers: industrious, English-speaking migrants fit in …

    • Hell, it’s a no-brainer!

    • Kick out all the Hizbut horrors (and Yukky Yassmin, if she has in fact oozed back to Oz!) and replace them with industrious South Africans, who, unlike Islamists, do NOT put supranational dogma above allegiance to Australia.

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       Australia, Deport This Sex-Obsessed Sectarian! 

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    • Oh, yeah, ship out Malcolm Turnsteer’s pal, that ‘Grand Mufti,’ too. 

     
    • Keith Milner 08:55 on April 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      A wide and effective swing of your bat against some of the worst emitters of leftwing noise in Australia, and good to read it..
      That ‘Yukky Yassmin’ is totally discredited and we all hoped the doors would slam on her when she left.. What a pity she never took that ‘Grand Mufti’ with her..
      But we have just got a new GM now, another Egyptian-born’cleric, and already there’s a controversy about how he got the job.
      https://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/nation/muftis-stand-against-terror/news-story/

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      • Uncle Oz 09:27 on April 11, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        Oh yes, she has oozed back, and she’s getting another big slice of our tax-dollars through her friends at the Un-Australian ABC.
        Its bad enough she is back but its a lot worse that ABC thinks it can get away with this. I’m sending you the story. One of your loud protests is needed, badly.

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    • Tim Erskine 22:22 on April 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Australia would be much the healthier if they did the exchange you are talking about.
      I wish the South African farmers could be persuaded to come to England but they’d take one look at what has become of it, then head off any where else.
      I’m not even sure it will get better after Brexit. We may not be a beyond hope as Sweden, but it’s going that way.

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