Anzac Day furore is just another example of traitorous Multiculturalism

The recent furore over the anti-Anzac position taken by Yassmin Abdel-Magied has scraped away just a bit of the veneer which covers the true face of Multiculturalism.

Yassmin Abdel-Magied, a black African now permanently resident in Australia (lucky us), posted a message on Twitter regarding Anzac Day, which said

Lest We Forget (Manus, Nauru, Syria, Palestine…)

Her message was a obvious slight against Anzac Day, with the inference being something along the lines of “Forget Anzac Day, these Third World issues are far more important”.

It should be no surprise that someone who comes from a Third World background thinks that Third World issues are far more important than one of Australia’s most sacred commemorations. Nor should it be a surprise that Abdel-Magied is a committed Multiculturalist (she has been a member of the Australian Multicultural Council).

It was claimed that Yassmin Abdel-Magied wasn’t aware of the importance of Anzac Day. With her not being a real Australian, that could have been the case; except that it was then revealed that she had actually been appointed to the Federal ANZAC Centenary Commemoration Youth Working Group – so the whole “ignorance” excuse was a load of rubbish.

Around the same time of the Yassmin Abdel-Magied vs. Anzac Day issue came the news that anti-Australian vandals had spray-painted over an old Australian war memorial in Warrandyte (typical of the thoughtless behaviour of rabid socialist Multiculturalists). These “antis” thought it was a great idea to desecrate the memory of Australia’s war dead.

These two incidents share a common link, that of the anti-Australian ideology of Multiculturalism.

One of the realities of the ideology of Multiculturalism is that it teaches people to be disdainful of national cultures, or rather Western cultures in particular, whilst Third World cultures are celebrated and venerated. It seems that Multiculturalists love to engage in a bit of hypocrisy.

Multiculturalists, both directly and indirectly, preach hatred against the memory of our nation’s heroes and founding fathers. On the other hand, true Australians view the Anzacs and our founders as a source of pride.

True Australians should never forget that we are in an ideological struggle against the Multiculturalists; we are engaged in a Cultural War. Whilst the Multiculturalists have the power of the twisted anti-national Establishment upon their side, we have the power of the loyal Australian people on ours. Multiculturalists pass laws against us telling the truth, but we have the truth on our side, and we shall not hesitate to proclaim it.

We should welcome every opportunity to expose the nasty, hateful nature of the Multiculturalists. In the face of a creeping enemy, we need to awaken all Australians from their slumber, so that we may awaken their will to win.

References:
ABC presenter Yassmin Abdel-Magied forced to delete Anzac Day post asking Australians to think about Manus Island and Palestine”, The Daily Telegraph, 26 April 2017 (Sally Rawsthorne) [note the biased propaganda style of that particular article’s title]
Yassmin Abdel-Magied”, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Celebrity Muslim Yassmin Abdel-Magied slur on Anzac Day – “lest we forget Manus, Nauru, Palestine etc””, Michael Smith News, 25 April 2017
Anzac Insult Muslim Abdel-Magied WAS ON THE GOVT’s ANZAC Centenary working group”, Michael Smith News, 25 April 2017
Yassmin Abdel-Magied: ABC activist’s vile anti-Diggers remark slammed as ‘deeply reprehensible’”, The Daily Telegraph, 26 April 2017 (Kylar Loussikian, Miles Godfrey & Sally Rawsthorne)
[Yassmin Abdel-Magied’s Tweet]
War memorial defaced by graffiti on Anzac Day eve”, The Australian, 25 April 2017

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