Saturday 27th of May 2017

relatively free-speeching...

yassmin and bolt

    Andrew Bolt on Yassmin Abdel-Magied: Time to ... - Herald Sun c8eefbc6498af0857c79d1ae426d4de0
    30 Apr 2017 ... A “SENIOR Liberal” last week proved we can’t rely on our political class to defend our culture from Islam’s demands. This “senior Liberal”, a West Australian, complained to their local paper that former prime minister Tony Abbott would give a speech on Wednesday on ...
    Andrew Bolt: Julie Bishop's stance on Yassmin a farce | Herald Sun f01258b47a9fd227a8e02e983d48dbcc
    6 days ago ... THE scandal now isn’t Yassmin Abdel-Magied. It’s how this Muslim activist is used by poseurs like Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop. ... She has apologised for misusing Anzac Day to foment Muslim resentment, posting: “Lest.
    Andrew Bolt: Anzac Day betrayed by RSL, not just Yassmin Abdel ... bb916fb9b5cfed36f673e9fe723e61cc
    26 Apr 2017 ... ANZAC Day is being betrayed, and not just by some smart-alec ABC presenterlike Yassmin Abdel-Magied.


the unfortunate people we have displaced in wars...


The ABC should consider taking more action against presenter Yassmin Abdel-Magied over a controversial Anzac Day Facebook post, Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce says.

Key points:
  • Yassmin Abdel-Magied later apologised for the post
  • Barnaby Joyce warns the ABC "can't just sweep it under the carpet"
  • An ABC statement said her views were her own

In a post which she later deleted, Abdel-Magied wrote: "Lest. We. Forget. (Manus, Nauru, Syria, Palestine…)".

The part-time Australia Wide presenter later replaced the post with one reading simply "Lest we forget", commenting that: "It was brought to my attention that my last post was disrespectful, and for that, I apologise unreservedly".

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Yes... Here on this site we haven't shied of exposing the Lest We Forget our own Hypocrisy...We sow wars, or follow wars that are sowed by our "allies" often against a fabricated enemy, without looking further than pissing in our friends' pockets. The men and women who die in these "theatre of wars" should not be forgotten for their courage and sacrifice, but our leaders should be hung by the thumbs in the darkest of dungeons. But the said leaders are the same hypocrite who go on perpetuating the myths of the value of wars in someone else's backyard and lay the reefs of artificial flowers to the dead soldiers to the stirring sound of a lone bugle.

The Yassmin tweet was spot on. It did not devalue the spirit of the Anzacs but brought on par the other sacrifices made by the unfortunate people we have displaced in wars. We shan't forget them under the carpet...

And now to another thing... Forget the religious values, welcome humanism.