Bogot Bingo: theantibogan interactive

Let’s play a game!

It’s well documented that the Bogotariat have little in the way of original thought or imagination, and thus have a tendency to repeat things they have heard other bogots saying.  The bogot does this without ever questioning the veracity of what they are spewing forth onto the internet or how nonsensical it sounds to normal people.

We’ve collected some of the most predictable, common, ignorant and moronic comments and topics raised by the average bogot in full rant, and now we want to see just how predictable the Bogotariat is.

And so we present you with:

Bogot Bingo

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Instructions:

  1. Download and/or print the bingo card above
  2. Browse the internet as normal
  3. Should you stumble across a fetid, teeming nest of bogots, pull out your bingo card and start checking off any of the words, phrases, grammatical quirks and nutty fantasies that appear in a comment or thread of comments.
    Please note: The words and phrases don’t have to be verbatim, they just need to be reasonably close in wording and/or sentiment.
  4. If you manage to make a straight line across 5 boxes on your bingo card in any direction, screenshot the comment or thread and send it back to us (via private message to our Facebook page).

We will then sift through the submissions and find the best, worst and funniest Bogot Bingo wins and present them in a blog in a few weeks time.  (Rest assured we will keep the identities of all players completely secret.)

Ready to play?

Go forth and bingo!

Murphy’s Lore

Every now and again we get unwanted correspondence from enemy sources. Some are just trolls cutting and pasting whatever rubbish they have gleaned from US or UK hate sites.

They go straight to the special disposal facility we have.

But this one was particularly amusing because it is always funny to see cretinous bigots assuming a lofty posture of supposed knowledge and posing as people who actually think.

In fact these idiots can sometimes fool the unwary because they have basic knowledge of spelling and grammar, which if it in fact denotes a semblance of normal intelligence. It makes you wonder how they get sucked into the black hole of hate politics.

Such was this missive:

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Now the first bit that produced giggles was this one

You may want to reexamine history, rethink and rewrite you (sic) “blog” as you are factually incorrect.

Oh really

Murphy then expands

Neither the Maori’s (sic) or white New Zealanders are the original inhabitants. The Maori’s (sic) had already publicly stated that they invaded New Zealand and killed, and ate, the original inhabitants of the land.

Let’s examine this spurious and ungrammatical statement.

Firstly the plural of Maori  is Maori. Not “Maoris”. Not “Maori’s” either.

Secondly the first humans to reach Te Ateoroa were the Maori in about the 12th Century CE.

There is no credible evidence of any human presence before the arrival of the Maori

Unless of course he thinks the giant Moas (extinct flightless birds indigenous to New Zealand) were in fact humans. Nothing would suprise us on looking at his timeline, where one finds a mish-mash of anti-Muslim cut-and-pastes, Holocaust denial and pseudo-history.

“Evidence” consists of artifacts, remains, records and other evidence accepted by legitimate researchers. The only evidence found so far is that which indicates humans have lived in Te Ateoroa since about the 12th Century – as we (and the link) have stated.

Murphy’s next explosion:

You like to take the high horse pointing out that others are wrong, when in your argument you are using wrong information.

Err no

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I will not call it facts, because as a rule, facts are correct.

Facts are always correct. That is why we call them facts. Facts are not conjecture, opinions, feelpinions or theories. They are not sudden brain-farts from the uninformed.

Also in the blog you call a “tattoo covered trogdolyte” racist from(sic) telling his girlfriend ‘You’re in Australia: Speak English’ when I have heard this same statement said as a matter of courtesy, and intergration (sic).

Sadly Murphy does not get that Australia has always been a country of many cultures and many tongues, even before white settlers arrived. It is important that people who do not speak English have the opportunity and resources to learn to do so but we wonder how many languages Philip Murphy speaks. Some Indigenous people speak four or five languages as well as English.

So will Murphy be demanding that all Indigenous people speak English at all times?

To me, reading your ‘blog’ you show your own racism towards people who either take pride in this country, or extend a simple courtesy they would expect from others if the situation was reversed.

We do not confuse mindless $2 yobbo “patriotism” with pride in one’s country. Pride in one’s country does not include racism and bigotry.

And here’s Philip. Or his avatar. Complete with misappropriated Eureka flag and hate group membership.

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The ADL: fail at Bendigo, fail at bullshit

The ADL staggers from failure to failure, shooting itself in the foot as it goes.

First, a footnote from the failed anti-mosque demo in Bendigo from our friends at Aussies Against the Australian Defence League V.

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Seems that the “Concerned Citizen” may or may not be one of the half dozen or so who turned up and made some noises but it isn’t very good for a company and its image to be associated with street rabble like the ADL

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Second, the continuing soap opera and train wreck that is Nathan Abela posted this on his (now vanished) ADL League page.

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We are certain no such attack took place, and if there was an attack it was a deliberate own goal.

But wait! It gets better.

You remember Ralph Cerminara don’t you?

He was Nathan’s fellow traveller for a while until they had a falling out about whose brain processes were the most warped.

Looks like this bromance is over folks…

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Nathan and friends would be well advised to read this below.

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“No wonder so many people think we are all stupid, bigotted racist red necks!” (sic)

Anyone who has come across a gathering of bogots on the internet has experienced the depths of Bogotariat indignation when someone suggests that their anti-Muslim rants might be an indication of, well, very poorly veiled racism.

Mostly because they are.

Very occasionally – very, very occasionally – a tiny spark goes off in the bogot brain and looks like it might actually fire up the engine room for some critical thought.

In one such instance, one enterprising boguette has decided to open a new anti-halal group where she, as the group admin, intends to weed any racist comments out of the discussion so that the message will be taken seriously.  Particularly by friends and family who, thus far, may have her pegged as being racist.

And maybe, just maybe, this is the start of some kind of revelation or epiphany?.  Maybe there is hope that some of the bogot elements might finally be realising that racism is ugly and unacceptable?  That it is a sentiment and a thought process that they need to reject?

Maybe, just maybe, they’re getting somewhere?

 

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Sigh.

 

It seems not.  They still want to be racist, they just think they can hide it by not being explicit about it, and no one will notice.

Yeah.  Right.

Nevertheless, the very notion appears to just wind one of the other boguettes up like too many cans of Monster before a big night out at Penrith Panthers (if you haven’t heard of it, it’s a world of entertainment).

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Indeed.

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Hahahahahahaha.

Sorry, didn’t meant to interrupt.  Let me just take a few steps back and let them sort it out like… adults?

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No wonder!

 

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And so it was.  (Removed.)

The Bogotariat just aren’t ready for crazy new ideas like trying to better hide their racism so they can pretend to be arguing from a rational perspective.

It’s just TOO MUCH TO ASK, GUYS.  OKAY?

“End of Story”!

Liz Geyer: “We are the true ANZAC’s (sic), not them.”

 

Liz Geyer is a very proud Strayan, with some very probing questions.

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Okay.  Let’s start at the beginning.

“This one is for my fellow ANZAC’s. (sic)

You’re not an ANZAC and nor is anyone else on Facebook.  The last ANZAC passed away over a decade ago.

“How many Muslims have you seen singing our National Anthems?”

National anthems?  Plural?

If you mean ‘Advance Australia Fair’, here’s one example.

For the most part, though, how do you tell?  Perhaps you can get a crowd shot from a major sporting match where the anthem is played, and go through it and tell us which people in the crowd are Muslim and which are non-Muslim.  And explain how you can discern this based on just looking at someone.  Please.

“How many Muslims have you seen waving our flags or having our national icons painted on their faces?”

This kind of thing, you mean?

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“How many Muslims have you seen attending ANZAC Day?”

How would you know what religion the people in the crowd were?  Or, for that matter, in the parade itself?

In July 2013 there were 88 Muslims serving in the ADF, so it stands to reason that some of them might well have marched in the parade on ANZAC Day in the past, and may do so again this year.

“How many Muslims have you seen wearing a Poppy to commemorate the fallen?”

Quite a few, actually. 

There are probably many who don’t, as well.  Along with many non-Muslims who don’t.

“How many Muslims have you seen donating money or food to national emergencies or charities?”

Do you mean like when the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, part of the United Arab Emirates, donated $30 million to the state of Queensland to build cyclone shelters, such as this one at a high school in Yeppoon?

Or when the Muslim Charitable Foundation (MCF) donated pallets of gyprock to repair 50-60 flood damaged homes in Ipswich and, together with the Queensland Muslim Welfare Association, delivered two truckloads of clothing and linen to flood victims?

Perhaps when Islamic Relief collected sleeping bags for those who had lost their homes in bushfires, or when Lakemba Mosque raised $26,000 in a single Friday night for Brisbane flood victims?

Like that, Liz?

“If you answered none to all of those then you are correct.”

Well this is awkward.  Let’s see if we can provide a quick correction:

If you answered none to all of those then you are correct an ignoramus.

“They claim to be citizens like us, some were even born here, but, they demand more rights than us, more freedom than us, more allowance than us, more, more, more, more.”

Uh, no.

“If we are all citizens as they claim, then why should they demand more, what right do they have to do so?”

Citation needed.

“The difference is, they can act like us, but we ARE us.”

Er… what?

“We are the true ANZAC’s (sic), not them. No Islamist will be an ANZAC citizen.
Not then, not now, not EVER!”

A citizen of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps of WWI?  lolwhut?

Liz, you are not an ANZAC.  You’re just someone typing away on Facebook, trying to assume the voice of long dead soldiers to push your own views, which is pretty disgusting.  You don’t speak for dead soldiers.

Seeing as you present yourself as such a parochial halfwit proud Australian citizen you should probably invest some time in actually understanding the military history of the country you claim to defend and the terms that relate to that history.

 

 

 

 

 

Fight Back – Just when did Australians become racist thugs anyway?

Originally posted on WixxyLeaks:

There is a saying I have that goes;

“It is better to be pissed off then pissed on”

An undisputable fact I assume, and I use the saying often.

Today I wanted to write about something that fits in with that saying.

Have we become a nation of barbarians?

A brutal nation of bigots, bogans, and bastards?

Because as Australians we are currently pissing on some of the worlds most vulnerable and desperate people and you know what, it is really pissing me off.

The people that I am referring to are asylum seekers or refugees.

Not boat people, queue jumpers, illegals, freeloaders or whatever tag some would like to burden them with, real people with real lives and real families who are really desperate. For real.

Now when I say “we” that is exactly what I mean. Before you climb on the nearest high horse and plead “I didn’t vote for them” we…

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The ADL – men who lurk at schools

We have a name in Australia for dodgy men who hang around schools taking pictures. They usually get arrested.

Here are some of them and their supporters.

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We’d better tell Nutjob Inc that just about every school in Sydney has high fences and lockable gates. That’s to keep the ADL and their sort away from children.

Also just about every faith-based school also has a place of worship attached. Check out the local Catholic school – on second thoughts don’t. We don’t want the ADL sliming around any schools.

And there’s more

 

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Nathan’s obviously jealous they didn’t invite him in. He has trouble getting a date.

The sort who lurk at schools taking pictures usually do
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All frocked up in Fortress Straya

Just when and where you least expect it – a military strategist on Facebook.

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But there’s more

Err….isn’t that the Army contingent marching at this year’s Mardi Gras? We thought the far right didn’t approve of such things.

After all the Mardi Gras is about equality, tolerance, acceptance, celebrating one’s sexuality and having fun.

Makes a nice change from the far right which is all about homophobia, racial and religious intolerance and lots of threats of violence.

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But check out Andrew’s profile pic. Certainly a nice bit of clobber for the Mardi Gras. Figure-hugging cloth of gold always goes down well – not to mention the well-muscled winged chap in the background – the one with the enormous horn.

And we really like these strategic troop movements too

Telling a racist where to go

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Reblogged from Waking Up In Geelong

March 20th, 2014

Last night I was headed out of the city on a packed route 57 tram, along with the usual Wednesday night crowd of people headed for the night market held at the Queen Victoria Market. Among them were a number of people chattering away in a foreign language, when a tattoo covered troglodyte said under his breath to his scraggy looking girlfriend:

You’re in Australia: Speak English!

Such a classic line!

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Our tram had been stopped outside the Queen Victoria Market to drop off passengers, and I was sitting in the seat behind him, so I told him to watch what the hell he was saying. He got up out of his seat to have a go at me, spewing forth the usual bile that racists do when confronted, and asking me if I wanted to talk it outside. I just stayed in my seat, while he had his sleazy lady friend backing him up from their original seat, when some random woman down the other end of the tram told him to shut up and piss off.

Our tram driver, who was a middle aged woman, eventually got onto the PA system and told the guy to either quiet down or get off the tram – he reacted to that by punching the perspex door leading to the driver’s cab, and asking me another time if I wanted to take it outside – again, I didn’t respond!

Eventually the clod realised he had been outgunned, as he and his companion left the tram, before punching the side of the tram near where I was sitting, and then spewing some more racist bile venom to the crowd assembled at the tram stop.

At this point I remembered I had my camera in my bag, and the tram had opening windows, so as the tram departed I videoed his reaction.

He then ran after the tram, faster than he ever had in his life, but couldn’t make it far – giving up in the middle of the Victoria and Elizabeth Street intersection.

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Afterwards a half dozen passengers came up to me and asked if I was okay, and that I did a good job standing up to the racist boor. As well as that, I was glad to have a random woman call out and provide backup in the heat of the moment – when a big guy is throwing their weight around, understandably most people are afraid for themselves first.

Footnote

Another line the bigot used was:

If I went to Russia then I would speak Russian

For a start, I doubt this guy has ever been to Russia, and if he did, I doubt he and his life partner would have learned Russian – I visited said country back in 2012 and only learnt four Russian words:

  • Да (“da”) – Yes
  • Нет (“nyet”) – No
  • Спасибо (“spa-see-ba”) – Thank-You
  • пиво (“pee-vah”) – Beer

Another footnote

Putting yourself into harms way by telling fat racists where to go probably isn’t the safest thing to do – a safer alternative is to abuse them from an open tram window once they leave the vehicle, because they can’t do anything back to you!

An update

The tram driver also made a police report, which Yarra Trams is following up:

And another update

By lunchtime The Age had put together a piece on the topic – Yarra Trams investigates alleged racial abuse.

Read the original here.

And some of the racist comments are real doozies.

I must be mixing with the wrong people

Originally posted on Café Whispers:

I couldn’t tell you how many people I’ve met, although they must surely number in their thousands.

Tony Abbott – a person I have never met – appeals to the oddest types and I’m thankful that I haven’t met any of them either. But they are out there! The majority of them prefer, it seems, to hide behind an internet persona while spreading the government gospel, usually with huge amounts of vitriol and disdain against anyone who wants to save a forest, a heritage site, the planet or an asylum seeker.

I’m yet to meet a person – in real life – who behaves as insanely mad as the knuckle-dragging, right-wing cheer squad do when they bang down on their keyboard all frothed up with hate.

But I must be mixing with the wrong people. From what I’ve recently read here, there are hordes of Australians (who are not the…

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