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Thursday, April 12, 2018

Do the same rules apply to Muslim trolls?

"I’m currently at the border and they’ve said I’m being deported. This should be fun. What are my rights?" Australian writer Yassmin Abdel-Magied tweeted today.

She is a "Muslim activist" and Australian pain-in-the-ass whom customs turned away.

She has no rights.

We owe her no explanation.

A year ago, Piers Akerman of the Daily Telegram wrote a column, "Which genius gave this Islam idiot a soapbox?"

Apparently Yassmin Abdel-Magied is a Marxist who uses the white fears of being called racist to get a place at the table. You know the type.

"Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, who hosted Abdel-Magied and the hate-preacher Sheik Shady Al-Suleiman, along with media hog Waleed Aly and his wife Susan ­Carland, at Kirribilli last year must take note," Akerman wrote.

"Abdel-Magied had already distinguished herself earlier this year when her principal backers at the ABC put her on a Q&A panel enabling her to proclaim to great hilarity that Islam was 'the most feminist religion.'"

Considering how feminists treat Christian women, she may have a point.

Among her many feats was complaining that people called a Muslim terrorist attack on New York City last year a Muslim terrorist attack.

Abdel-Magied tried to enter our country last night. We denied her entry.

The Australian newspaper reported that a Customs and Border Patrol official said, "During the inspection, CBP officers determined this individual did not possess the appropriate visa to receive monetary compensation for the speaking engagements she had planned during her visit to the United States.

"As such, she was deemed inadmissable to enter the United States for her visit, but was allowed to withdraw her application for admission. The traveller is eligible to reapply for a visa for future visits."

She had a B1/B2 visitor visa.

"According to the US Department of State, activities allowed under the B1/B2 visitor visa category include consulting with business associates, attending a scientific, educational, professional, or business convention or conference or holidaying — however paid performances are not allowed," the Australian reported.

So she went on Twitter to drum up some sympathy. Perhaps she can monetize this denial of entry. There are plenty of pussyhats and Never Trumpers with money she can bilk.

"Australian ABC Perth radio host Gillian O’Shaughnessy fired off an expletive-laden social media response to news of Abdel-Magied’s US deportation, tweeting sympathetically: 'WHAT THE ACTUAL F***??? You poor thing. That’s so awful,'" the Australian reported.

Ah, O’Shaughnessy has a way with words, doesn't she?

As for Abdel-Magied, she lives in London and has an Australian passport. They shipped her to Amsterdam. The Sydney Morning News reported, "Ms Abdel-Magied moved to London after her Anzac Day social media post, 'Lest We Forget (Manus, Nauru, Syria, Palestine ...)' led to a massive public backlash."

She's a troll. Must pay well.

11 comments:

  1. Her Wikipedia page was already updated,think this was already known to happen,this broad is no good,
    "On 11 April 2018 Magied arrived in the United States at Minneapolis airport to speak at the PEN America’s World Voices Festival in New York. On arrival, she was stopped, and tweeted "They’ve taken my phone, cancelled my visa and are deporting me."[56] She subsequently put out a tweet implying that she had been deported because of her "birthplace". However, the US Customs and Border Protection stated that Abdel-Magied did not have a valid visa.[57]"

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  2. Hating the US can be a paying "job". Lots of haters contribute to other haters.

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    1. Good paying job, too, especially for some native-born Reverends.

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    2. Non tax paying job too, btw.

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  3. Muslim for Trump
    God bless Isreal.
    God bless America.
    God give us the strength to rise above the progs, commies and anarchists.
    Love u Don

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  4. No one ever asks her why isn't she in Sudan trying to help "her people". She despises the west but won't leave.

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  5. Unfortunately she will be let in if/when she gets the proper visa. And her speaking fee will now double (at least).

    Hopefully this incident will land her on the permanently banned list where it sounds like she belongs. Or is it ze. Of xe.

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  6. "...one of the great liberation movements of all time - the liberation of dollars from Western banks."

    - R Emmett Tyrelll

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  7. "Australian ABC Perth radio host Gillian O’Shaughnessy fired off an expletive-laden social media response to news of Abdel-Magied’s US deportation..." This is no surprise.

    The Aussie ABC is as far-Left as you can get. They're all pretty much affirmative-action hires; no talent, ability, or intelligence is required- actually, anyone having any of those attributes would never be hired in the first place.

    They're all very well paid- by the taxpayers, of course, who have no say in the matter.

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  8. Can you hear the cheers and laughter from across the Pacific?
    YAM is, as quoted above, a monotonously regular irritation to the nether region.
    Not a few of us believe this visa drama is a set-up. Better publicity ie MORE publicity than the speaking event, plus a chance to sling some mud at Uncle Sam as well.
    Here's a piece from last year that adds some background.
    http://www.afr.com/brand/rear-window/shell-quietly-rids-itself-of-its-yassmin-problem-20170425-gvsgsa

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  9. On the plus side she gives our Tim Blair, who is a friend of Iowahawk, endless hilarious material.



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