November 23, 2017

Major Australian Organisations Fail to Denounce Racism!

Mark LathamRebel Host

Major Australian organizations like Qantas, Westpac and the Australian National University present themselves as national leaders in the fight for equality.

However, along with other organizations, they openly support the media company Junkee which employs Osman Faruqi.

They would never support a company that continued to employ a person who was nationally recognised as promoting contempt against a racial group.

Where is their commitment to equality?

They must end all financial dealings with Junkee while it continues to employ the racist Faruqi!

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commented 2018-06-30 04:34:47 -0400
Weird tag team: a jihadist plus a militant sodomite. Very uneasy bedfellows.
commented 2017-11-23 18:51:35 -0500
Sad that these companies decide to alienate most of their potential clients. maybe more disgusting than sad actually.
commented 2017-11-23 16:43:39 -0500
Stephen E said in part, “I believe that Osman can go Faruqi himself.”

Good one!
commented 2017-11-23 15:01:55 -0500
I believe that Osman can go Faruqi himself.

I wonder, if it weren’t for all those white people he disdains so much, would there be an Australia for him to live in the way he can today?

If it were not for the invention of the printing press by a white man, would there be magazines for him to work at and spout off?

Much the same for electricity, elevators, radio, television, optics, cell phone, automobile, airplane, and so on. If he hates whites so much, let him forego all the benefits of white culture and invention. If this is how he feels about white people, I wonder how he feels about Jews? If it is the same, then definitely, stop taking Aspirin, most medical procedures, cell phone, Intel based computers, digital photo manipulation, and so on.

Time he put his racism into action and avoid all the good things in life. Surely there are some goats for him to tend to.
commented 2017-11-23 14:38:43 -0500
… Racism is over when we stop mentioning race.
… OK, let’s start…