By her own definition of Feminism (based on the Hadiths), Sudanese-born bigot Abdel-Magied is mentally-deficient and eligible to be beaten. That, as well as being black and a Muslim, made her the perfect choice to host SBS’s sanctimonious guilt-trip The Truth About Racism last night which, entirely predictably, proved to be yet another white hate-fest with an entirely predictable leftist agenda. And that was, of course, to get whitey.
From the very outset, the only white guy in the room (Nick) was rounded on, with Magied and the candidates glowering at him after openly freely admitting to having prejudices. Fortunately for Nick, though, a significant deviation from SBS’s whitey-hating focus arose when the Asian chick and a young Asian girl admitted their feelings of superiority. Hallelujah! Much to the disappointment of millions of Lefties, SBS’s program revealed that it is not just whitey’s thing after all.
At its conclusion, declaring that racism can most effectively be overcome by “getting to know” people of different races, the raging Islamist hypocrite Abdel Magied dared not ‘mention the war’ once because it would have blown SBS’s predetermined outcome right out of the water. That is, the civil war, still going on since 2003 in Magied’s own country of origin, Sudan.
There, Arab Muslims first did their best to exterminate all Christians in the country. They then followed that up by trying to exterminate all non-Arab (black) Muslims – the ones the Arabs had previously “gotten to know.”
It’s obvious that Nick’s views pale into total insignificance when compared to the genocidal crimes of Magied’s feminist-loving, religion of peace brothers in Sudan, for which she is one of their most enthusiastic flag-wavers. Accordingly, The Truth About Racism last night also proved the truth about its presenter: that the mentally-deficient Islamist Magied is a lying hypocrite who is all so happy to be economical with the truth when it comes to attacking Australia for its supposed racism. She is also an utter fraud, as is her religion.