In yet another example of anti-Australian racism, the ABC has broadcast a dirty little show called “Dumb, Drunk and Racist”, in which trash journalist Joe Hildebrand spends his time taking four Indians around the country, bagging Australia and Australians.
Oh, but wait a minute, you can almost hear the multiculturalist apologists saying “No, they were just asking the question – are Australians dumb, drunk and racist?” Now, really, anyone saying anything like that would have to think that Australians really are “dumb”. The vilifying intent of this show was obvious from the start.
What if somebody made a show about black Somalians in Australia called “Dumb, Black and Violent”? Would the multiculturalists say it was alright, just so long as it was posing the question?
The bias of Joe Hildebrand was so obvious, just as the propaganda intent of the show was obvious.
To one Indian, Hildebrand says “I see you’ve stolen a towel from your hotel room; that’s a very Australian thing to do”. Just another example of anti-Australian racism from Hildebrand. Maybe he was just joking? Sure, maybe all of his anti-Australian comments were just jokes, maybe he’s not bagging Australians lots of times on his show after all, maybe he’s just misunderstood – or maybe Joe Hildebrand hates true blue Australians.
Joe Hildebrand obviously supports the ideology of political multiculturalism and is using this show to push his own agenda.
Members of the Australian Protectionist Party were asked to appear on the show, with arrangements made for Hildebrand to come along to see an APP rally. Except that the company producing the series, Cordell Jigsaw, were calling their show “Aussie Road Trip”. After all, would we want to help Hildebrand make a show called “Dumb, Drunk and Racist”? Hardly. They must have changed their minds on the show’s title; after all, it’s not like they would have lied to us or deceived us, is it?
Some types of journalists are well-known for lacking in morals, but surely anyone making a show called “Dumb, Drunk and Racist” wouldn’t be like that, would they? Or would they? We’re not saying they are, we’re just asking the question. After all, if Joe Hildebrand likes to ask his question about Australians, then surely Australians can ask their question about him?
The nasty racist title of the show was no doubt chosen so that patriotic Australians would get annoyed enough to watch it; but despite that, if you want to see an example of modern political propaganda, then go ahead and watch “Dumb, Drunk and Racist” – but be prepared for the snide anti-Australian attitudes and blatant bias it contains. But be warned, after immersing yourself for a half hour in Hildebrand’s dirty little propaganda film, you may need to have a shower afterwards, just to feel clean again.