Aussie Ladettes

Nothing turns a guy on more than a girl pulling a fish-pout taking a self shot in front of a mirror, spouting racist bullshit and fumbling around with simple spelling rules. Unless she’s a pasty, backwards-hat wearing Pokemon enthusiast who screams at Muslims in chocolate cafes.

Then you’ve got Debbie and ‘Goorgeous (sic) Synner (sic)’. They honestly (and quite ridiculously) believe that all refugees and asylum seekers are Muslims who are only coming here because they know you can access mosques and halal food in Australia. Sound silly? You bet. It’s hard to understand why the Australian government simply hasn’t closed down mosques and disallowed halal in order to prevent asylum seekers from coming here.

Finally, Jessica and Rebeka agree: Muslim girls are dogs and should be burned.

Thankfully, most Aussie girls have much more going for them than these philistines and realise that even really beautiful women who are racist are ugly as fuck.

Note: We have included some photos of some ‘dirty Indian bitches’ and some ‘arab/Muslim dicks’ that don’t have a chance of being with any Australian girls. This is not to benefit our anti-racist members, but for the ‘others’ who come here to peruse…


73 thoughts on “Aussie Ladettes

  1. Many years ago I had a Pakistani friend living here in Australia by the name of Shaista. She was a muslim. Besides being an awfully hot-looking woman, she was also one of the nicest and most tolerant people that I have ever known. And she could spell 🙂 May I also add that bigotry and a foul mouth are two of the biggest turn-offs ever?

  2. thanks for the free publicity on our cause to limit the number of moslems here in australia, by the way, they’re not a race, religion, or even a cult, just an ideology centered around hate, pedophillia and above all, submission to the mo-homo prophet and warmonger god allah

    • ‘Free publicity’.

      Cool no problems. Because ‘your cause’ has so much support and the people pushing ‘your cause’ are so well spoken too.
      Did you happen to catch that vote in Parliament about halting Muslim immigration? It got three votes.

  3. Aghhh. I know this post is well meant and I agree that the whole “I GREW HERE U FLEW HERE, SO I CAN FLASH MY FLESH AS MUCH AS I WAAAAAANT!” crowd are repugnant, I’m really not a fan of attacking anyone’s appearance. I think Lizzy’s words say it all – no need to bring into it that you don’t find her or her pop cultural likes attractive.

    • Sorry it was just the ‘hags in rags’ line that made us dry retch and scream ‘hypocrisy!!’.

      We’ve included the line ‘…even really beautiful women who are racist are ugly as fuck.’ in our post now. Dunno if that helps or not but we probably didn’t make that part clear initially…

  4. The ladettes are clearly ignorant.

    I imagine that most peoplee that subscribe to an anti racist site do not need to see pictures of good looking Indians to be aware that they exist. I found that a tad patronising and gratuitous !

    Keep up the good work though.

  5. “Unless she’s a pasty, backwards-hat wearing Pokemon enthusiast who screams at Muslims in chocolate cafes” hahahahahaha!!

    Debbie O’Donnell is a stupid racist bitch. Revolting

  6. i looked at her profile and it seems that her bf is from the middle east, i fail to see how you can call lizzy racist based on the fact that she appears to have a middle eastern bf and that moslems aren’t a race

  7. It must be difficult being Lizzy and the girls, being the epitome of Australian womanhood, beauty and brains and all and having all those Muslim dicks lusting after them.I mean Lizzy is super hot, and I like how the others combine their political views with simple spelling. And gosh, one of them has actually even ”studied” Islam!

  8. Well it’s no surprise they believe those things. Is anyone else bothered by how certain media & political personalities are conflating asylum seekers with muslims taking over and somehow using this lead into the notion that multiculturalism isn’t working in Australia somehow?

    It’s almost as silly as the mass lie that our government’s policy determines whether or not people will flee war torn countries (rather than the actual incidence of war…). But it’s a worry.

    just look at cory bernardi carrying on
    http://blogs.news.com.au/heraldsun/andrewbolt/index.php/heraldsun/comments/bernardi_isnt_backing_down/

  9. Its strange how we react differently to racism from women. Particularly when it carries the vehemence and ignorance that these posts do. When you look at it, its really just the same stream of vile, uninformed hateful garbage that falls out of the mouths of so many equally moronic and narcisstic men. Yet it will always illicit a different response (to throw a blanket over things) when spoken by the “Gentle Sex”. Maybe its my own misogyny, maybe its the juxtaposition of inhumane actions against the maternal ideal we still hold women up to. No point really, just shooting shit…

    • Well said… It’s definitely a subconscious thing. However it’s my opinion that men and women aren’t always racist for the same reasons though…

    • My experience, as a woman who has spent most of her adult life thus far working in offices staffed mostly by women, is mostly in receiving racism from other women. It’s always just plain ugly, and I don’t experience that same shock of juxtaposition. I do still experience shock in general though, at the things people assume I will find acceptable.

    • I think the whole “gentle sex” thing was debunked by science a long time ago (in insect and animal studies; humans aren’t exactly snowflakes in the animal kingdom, and we’ve probably been studied extensively too).

      But as for the rest of your comments, I try not to judge them but rather understand why; especially because I think most of them aren’t necessarily racist (Lizzy being the exception).

      I’ve done some units on psychology and plenty of reading on my own, and IMHO it has a lot to do with groupthink. When you get people into a group (their family, friends, or even society as a whole), they unconsciously accept and repeat some beliefs from those groups in order to fit in and form better social bonds. It has been studied since the early 1900s when they were trying to undertand how people can riot and revolt in groups.

      I guess I’m trying to say, hating hate with hate words seems kind of pointless as there’s probably more to this racism thing. That’s all.

      • TAB has pointed out a number of times that the people behind the blog are involved in what you might call “positive” anti-racist and pro-multicultural activities.

        You will find that some of the quieter low profile posters on those hate sites are often the actual leaders. Maybe seeing their followers outed might act as a warning to them.

        We are familiar with group theory and group dynamics but just as a school should not tolerate gangs of racist bullies nor should society as a whole. Keeping it quiet on the theory that if you ignore it that it will go away does not work. Nor does being nice, or appeasing racists by “debating” matters which really are non-debatable.

    • A feminist could probably argue that there is something sexist about this blog post because they say something about the women’s appearance where they might not say anything about a racist man’s appearance…

  10. These “ladettes” need to don a Burqa their selves.Their heads should be covered from public view, not for their physical features but for the ugliness their bigotry and hate radiates.

    • I don’t think she’s ridiculously ugly, personally. But the racism and general stupidity is pretty hideous, yeah. Nothing can really hide that, though.

  11. “…sexy hairless tanned bodies”

    Isn’t there some sort of pedigree chihuahua that looks like that?

    So Jessica’s a dog? Kinda figures.

  12. I hate ladettes. They’re also commonly known as ockerettes (and there are plenty of those around….especially on any race day saturday with their fellow bogan males in bad suits and hair)

  13. Kerrie is a little insecure because she thinks “everyone is looking at her.”
    Lizzy is plain evil, I mean seriously, turning them out of a chocolate store?
    Debbie is trying to win the respect of her peers by cracking funny jokes.
    Rebeka “studied Islam” on the internet and decided she’d use some of the new words and ideas she’d learned from ninemsn.com and Wikipedia.

    But most of all, theantibogan, I’m very disappointed with you because you’ve dissed Pokemon 😦 I think it’s great; gotta catch them all!

      • I guess it’s because it’s an adjective in:

        “Unless she’s a pasty, backwards-hat wearing Pokemon enthusiast who screams at Muslims in chocolate cafes.”

        But I guess you could interpret it as neutral (or even positive!) Do you… want to… catch them all too?

        • In this context it is an insult – only because being a Pokemon enthusiast isn’t exactly in the top 100 features guys are attracted to.
          But it’s definitely not an insult to Pokemon.

          My favourite was Charizard.

      • My girlfriend loves Pokemon… so do I… so I’m attracted to it 😀 Just saying!

        (There’s probably guys attracted to racists too, haha).

    • Oh cool, good input. Hadn’t heard that one before. Can you quickly have a look through the following posts and tell me if racism is linked to these attacks on Islam? And if, at the end of it you believe that racism has nothing to do with it, can you please describe why extreme denigration and discrimination is acceptable against individuals and communities based on their religion when no other religions have any more or less integrity or validity?

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      • Just because some morons attack people of a certain religion doesn’t mean they are racist. They are being discriminatory, yes, but not racist. I’m not saying it’s acceptable, I just thought it was funny that someone who is obviously such a staunch enemy of racism doesn’t really know what the word means.

        • The New South Wales’ 1977 Anti-Discrimination Act, passed in 1977, will be amended.

          A two-volume report from the NSW Law Reform Commission recommended 161 changes in the first comprehensive review of the act, including a requirement that prospective employees may not be discriminated against on the basis of religious belief.

          Three of the Law Reform Commission’s changes appear of particular concern to religious institutions:
          bullet One change would limiting the right of religious institutions to discriminate in employment, unless a specific religious opinion is intrinsic to the job. For example, a Baptist church looking for a pastor could reject a rabbi who applied for the job. But an Atheist applying for the job of bookkeeper, caretaker, or telephone switchboard operator could not be rejected on religious grounds.
          bullet A second change would prohibit the free exposition of certain biblical passages which are racist, sexist or homophobic. Examples are: verses in Leviticus condemning certain homosexual behaviors, or verses in the Gospel of John exhibiting hatred of Jews. Certain discussions of these passages would be considered hate speech.
          bullet The third would deal with vilification laws. The current law allows slander during “religious discussion and instruction.” This exception would be removed.

          In addition, see where racism is intrinsically linked to religion in the following posts:

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  14. These ‘ladettes’ are in desperate need of lessons in grammar and spelling. The one who claims to have studied Islam, who are you kidding?

  15. is that stuff TAB posted new? That Zeb fucker keeps showing up on this site. If anyone has him as a friend I’d love to see his employer informed of his hate-filled drool. Then again Centrelink’s prolly in no position to sack him huh?

  16. Josh: “The European politicians failed. Not multiculturalism. They need an excuse for the economic woes…”

    Excuse me, but none of the political leaders are claiming “multiculturalism” is the cause of the economic situation.
    They are saying Multiculturalism failed, on tis OWN TERMS, nothing to do with the “economy”.

    And TAB, are we a soft porn site now?
    Ironically, Muslims (and many Hindus and Sikhs) would definitely not approve (especially the two guys sharing an apple).

    How do know these people are Arab or Indian?
    They could be Armenian, Turkish, Spanish, Persian….

    I could just easily search for sexy Nordic people and find lots of worrhhh with blonde hair and blue eyes.

    What would that prove?
    Nothing.

    You are displaying your own tendency to self-contradiction yet again.
    Displaying only white people as ugly and non-white as beautiful, while claiming to be non-racist.

    • “They are saying Multiculturalism failed, on tis OWN TERMS, nothing to do with the “economy”.”

      Not on its own terms, no.

      “And TAB, are we a soft porn site now?
      Ironically, Muslims (and many Hindus and Sikhs) would definitely not approve (especially the two guys sharing an apple).”

      Please don’t refer to yourself as part of our website. There is no ‘we’. You are an external entity, an annoyance, who should feel lucky to still have access, as ‘debating’ our members is clearly one of your favourite pastimes. As for your ‘irony’… How do you know how Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims feel about the human body? These images that we posted are viewable in the privacy of people’s homes.

      “How do know these people are Arab or Indian?”

      They were taken from websites that exclusively had Arab and Indian models. I’m sorry you feel that Arab and Indian people can never be physically beautiful without the point being debated.

      “I could just easily search for sexy Nordic people and find lots of worrhhh with blonde hair and blue eyes.

      What would that prove?
      Nothing.”

      Trust you to miss the point in epic fashion. The pictures were in response to the disgusting comments about ‘dirty Indian bitches’ and ‘Arab/Muslim dicks’ who apparently would never have a chance with girls like Kerrie. Go ahead though. Put some Nordic glamours on your website. Nobody looks at it anyway so it would be a pointless exercise.

      “Displaying only white people as ugly and non-white as beautiful, while claiming to be non-racist.”

      Please show me where our post made that point. The only points made were that racism causes a person to appear unattractive regardless of appearance, and that Indians and Arabs can be just as physically attractive as non-Indians and non-Arabs and that they aren’t ‘dirty bitches’, and nor are they automatically a turn-off for all non-Indian and non-Arab females.

  17. “They are saying Multiculturalism failed, on tis OWN TERMS, nothing to do with the “economy”.”

    TAB “Not on its own terms, no.”

    They were not talking about the economy.
    They were saying multiculturalism *itself* is a failure.

    “Please don’t refer to yourself as part of our website.”

    Fraid so.

    “lucky to still have access”

    Yes, it would be so much easier if you could just delete all opposition, wouldn’t it Adolph?

    “These images that we posted are viewable in the privacy of people’s homes.”

    And Facebook isn’t?
    You went *searching* for them, just like you do Facebook comments.
    Everything you complain about you would never even see, if you didn’t *deliberately* look for it!

    “They were taken from websites that exclusively had Arab and Indian models. I’m sorry you feel that Arab and Indian people can never be physically beautiful”

    Models are of course beautiful.
    They wouldn’t be models if they were ugly.

    “Trust you to miss the point in epic fashion. The pictures were in response to the disgusting comments about ‘dirty Indian bitches’ and ‘Arab/Muslim dicks’”

    No, you miss the point.
    You show pictures of MODELS, as if that somehow invalidates anyone’s opinions.

    Your opinions about right-wing nationalists could just as easily be “refuted” with sexy pictures.
    But that would prove nothing, and YOU have proved nothing.

    • “They were not talking about the economy.
      They were saying multiculturalism *itself* is a failure.”

      Where did I say they were referring to the economy?

      “Yes, it would be so much easier if you could just delete all opposition, wouldn’t it Adolph?”

      Your luck at being here has nothing to do with our stance on censorship. It’s clearly your little outlet and you’d be lost if you couldn’t come here and rant and pretend that people were actually reading your posts.

      ““These images that we posted are viewable in the privacy of people’s homes.”

      And Facebook isn’t?
      You went *searching* for them, just like you do Facebook comments.
      Everything you complain about you would never even see, if you didn’t *deliberately* look for it!”

      You weren’t referring to screenshots. You were referring to images of attractive men and women that you thought Muslims and Indians would be ‘against’. I think you’ll find that Muslims and Indians generally have sex in the privacy of their own homes so they won’t be too offended at seeing the images we put up while browsing our site on their home computer.

      “Models are of course beautiful.
      They wouldn’t be models if they were ugly.”

      Thanks for your insight.

      “No, you miss the point.
      You show pictures of MODELS, as if that somehow invalidates anyone’s opinions.”

      No, YOU miss the point. Exhibit A and B bogan bitches tried to generalise Indians and Arabs as being dirty and disgusting and the types of people that are generally avoided because of their overall unattractiveness and sleaziness.

      “Your opinions about right-wing nationalists could just as easily be “refuted” with sexy pictures.”

      Our opinions of right-wing nationalists have nothing to do with appearance.

      God you’re a fucking waste of space.

  18. How ironic that Lizzy Smith talks of “reapers robes” when looking at her profile picture she couuld do with covering up that head of hers… just saying….

  19. How ironic that Lizzy Smith talks of “reapers robes” when looking at her profile picture she could do with covering up that head of hers… just saying….

  20. I appreciate a woman that wears classy clothes that don’t display the sweet fruit within. Enough material to hug the curves to suggest what only a suitable dude may access.
    Not what every swinging dick can drool over.
    I don’t want all of my mates looking up the arse crack of my lady.
    Muslims burka-up if they like but all the rest of u ladies should know this-
    U think your empowering yourselves by flaunting as much flesh as u can but u actually are getting no respect at all from men, particularly the ones drooling over u.
    I’m not muslim or needed the guidance of a religion to have such feelings ..
    It is a tool of advertising to make fools of us all

  21. As a mum, it seems I am fighting a losing battle in teaching my daughter to be a better person and value the rights of people regardless of race, religious belief, sexuality and socio-economic status. It saddens me that Australia seems less tolerant now, than when my mum was a Dutch immigrant in the 1950s. Harder too, in a popular “tourist” area – Port Stephens – populated by a lot of “bogans”.

  22. rnl said “Australia seems less tolerant now, than when my mum was a Dutch immigrant in the 1950s”

    That’s because it was still “White Australia Happytime” then.

    Not “Rainbow Australia faux-Happytime-or-else with a sociopolitical gun to your head”.

    What never seems to get through the thick skulls of TAB and Co is that “White Australia” was never about skin colour.

    It was about ethnic similarity.
    People similar to ourselves will fit in a lot easier.
    Easier for them, easier for us.
    No drastic change to the existing society possible.

    This is all the more important in a *liberal* society, where immigrants are free to live as they please.

    If their ways are similar to ours, no bid deal.
    If their ways are significantly different, all kinds of problems that *wouldn’t otherwise exist* are created.

    Hence the quite sensible “White Australia” policy.

    Which could have been labelled something more PC like “Ethnic Continuum Policy”, but nobody even knew what “PC” was back then.

    A policy that ensured the continuation of our culture, while immigrants could still remain relatively unchanged as well.

    Win, win.

  23. “They were not talking about the economy.
    They were saying multiculturalism *itself* is a failure.”

    TAB said “Where did I say they were referring to the economy?”

    It was Josh, not you, who brought it up.
    (“They need an excuse for the economic woes brought on by the GFC… creating a scapegoat was very successful last century in a time of economic crisis. In Germany”)

    You responded to me responding to Josh.

    “you’d be lost if you couldn’t come here and rant and pretend that people were actually reading your posts.”

    Or admitting they don’t read them.

    After specifically *asking* me what my suggestions on immigration (the core issue underlying this whole debate) were!
    Then have the nerve to say I don’t debate anything!

    “I think you’ll find that Muslims and Indians generally have sex in the privacy of their own homes so they won’t be too offended at seeing the images we put up while browsing our site on their home computer.”

    And I don’t think they’d be too offended by someone’s Facebook comments either, since they’d NEVER SEE THEM, if you didn’t deliberately go searching for them.

    Most religious people have conservative views on sexuality, whatever their religion.

    “Exhibit A and B bogan bitches tried to generalise Indians and Arabs as being dirty and disgusting and the types of people that are generally avoided because of their overall unattractiveness and sleaziness.”

    And maybe they are, and showing pictures of a few beautiful models who are only models because they’re beautiful in the first place does not *refute* the observations of people in their everyday life.
    Most people you encounter on the street are not supermodels, who need to be polite to everyone or their reputation gets ruined and Chanel cancels their contract.
    Ordinary ugly, sleazy, rude people don’t need to worry about their Chanel contract, so they can often be quite disgusting.

    “And TAB, are we a soft porn site now?”
    TAB “Please don’t refer to yourself as part of our website. There is no ‘we’.”

    Mr English Expert needs to open a dictionary.
    The word “we” can be and is used informally for “you”, in a sarcastic or condescending tone.

    Constable Lamington walks down a country road.
    Several men are throwing a body in a shallow grave.
    “Oh my. What are we doing here?
    Digging a grave, are we?
    Well, we didn’t count on Constable Lamington finding us, did we?”

    Is the constable include himself as one of the criminals?

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