Should Yassmin Abdel-Magied Have Her Citizenship Revoked?
It has been revealed that Australia hating Muslim activist Yassmin Abdel-Magied has been handed $20,000 of taxpayer money by our ever generous public servants at the Australia Council for the Arts for a six-month residency at a Paris artists’ studio.
This is of course the same woman who first drew Australia’s ire when she used Anzac Day to pontificate about detention camps for illegal immigrants in 2017, saying “Lest we forget (Manus, Nauru, Syria, Palestine)”.
Not content with despoiling that sacred day with her leftist claptrap on Remembrance Day just seven months later, the Muslim activist was again slammed for a similar post: ‘#LestWeForget (Manus)’.
She said the backlash she received caused her to feel ‘betrayed by my own country’ and claimed nobody would hire her as a result of her controversial posts. Considering that she was born in Sudan not Australia and that her main interactions with the Australian public seem to be insulting the memories of those who have fought and died for his country while leeching money from the taxpayers via the ABC and public grants councils perhaps it is time for the rest of us to consider whether Yassmin should be a citizen at all.
To the Left the answer is obvious. When given a choice between any Anglo-celtic Australian and Yassmin they would prefer to share a country with the brown immigrant who hates Australia over the white native who loves it. Not only that but as the recent reaction on Twitter shows they feel a deep sense of insult at the idea that anyone could ever feel that the money of the latter group should not be confiscated for use by the former.
Yassmin despite looking and sounding like an idiot has clearly managed to soak up some of the leftist atmosphere that surrounds her. In one of her many columns for the Guardian (a sure sign of oppression is a major global newspaper printing your opinion pieces) she extensively quotes the Brazilian educator and theorist Paulo Freire, most famous for his book “Pedagogy of the Oppressed” which describes how it is the duty of teachers to turn their students into Marxist activists.
Despite her idiotic appearance and demeanour Yassmin is a part of the same establishment that has degenerated Australia (and the rest of the western world) to its current sad state and accordingly the establishment embraces her with open arms not just as a brown-skinned mascot of their cause but as a sister worthy of support both moral and financial.
When they fund a creature like Yassmin they are telling you that this isn’t your country anymore. Using your money to fund her French holiday is their way of rubbing in your face the social and demographic changes the Left has managed to engineer in the nation that your ancestors built for you. It is them sticking both their middle fingers in your face and rubbing them into your eyes knowing full well there is nothing you can do about it.
“You think you’re Australian?” they seem to say. “No this weird woman who wasn’t even born in Australia, who hates Australia, who quotes Marxist philosophers and deliberately insults those who died in service of this country while taking money their descendants, THIS is a REAL Australian”.
And according to these same ABC employees, these same journalists, these same public servants, academics and politicians if you don’t agree that this sad confused travesty of a human being named Yassmin is not just as much if not more of an Australian as you and I then you must be evil.
I disagree. I don’t think Yassmin deserves a cent of our money and I don’t think she deserves citizenship of our country. And as well as this I don’t care if the people in power think differently because I have an inkling that outside the newsrooms and faculty lounges most real Australians of all backgrounds agree with me.
What do you think?