One of the good things about Germaine Greer and I must add, there are very few, is that she lives and works in the UK and we only occasionally get to hear of her, which is a good thing all round. For if ever there was a full-on dumb arsed broad, you would need to look no further. How the world was hoodwinked by this charlatan of feminism and all things female, I cannot say, never has a greater piece of humbug ever been written than The Female Eunuch, a sophist’s delight; she rode to market on the fatted feminist pig while all the poor little Marylous are now condemned to a life of strap-ons, hairy armpits and arseholes and death in the arms of some vinegar faced lesbian. Yassmin Abdel-Magied could do us all a favour and piss off to pommy land and torment the poor bustards there.
Ms Prue MacSween has said she would be “tempted to run over” former ABC host Yassmin Abdel-Magied. The last NSW person to say that was Premier Bob Askin who said ”run the bastards over”, which at the time seemed sensible. Ms Yassmin Abdel-Magied is a serial pest who has made her stay in Australia most unwelcome. She might be better advised to take a run and jump at herself and piss off to cooler climes where she might spray her eternal micturating balm on some other poor bastard rather than the good citizens of Australia. One of the downsides to immigration is that invariably all migrants bring with them their mental health baggage. It is just that Ms Yassmin Abdel-Magied has a more than usual load of the shit. Good rowing Argonauts.
Yassmin Abdel-Magied was born in Sudan, a failed corrupt state but a full on Moslem country that enforces sharia law rigorously. Professor Patrick McGorry, psychiatrist, Australian of the Year 2010 said most if not all immigrants to this country have mental health problems. Ms Abdel-Magied is the classic case of rejection. Her motherland, Sudan has rejected her and she is blaming Australia because of the rejection and Australia’s failure to acknowledge her trauma. What Ms Abdel-Magied fails to understand is that Australia has given her safety and security to do something with her life which she could never have done in Sudan otherwise her parents would have remained there. She can not see beyond her psychosis of losing her sense of identity. Since she is an engineer, she should return to Sudan and contribute to the Sudanese economy as best she can for her own sake.
Yassmin Abdel-Magied and Carmen Miranda is there any similarity here? Apart from the fruitcakes on their heads. If Ms Abdel-Magied is really leaving Australia for the cultural centre of the world, Yemen, then I wish her all the best and I hope she finds a nice guy and settles down to married life.