Wading through one particular cesspool of a Facebook group, we find a number of bogots in
inane, discriminatory deep discussion about our indigenous peoples.
One particular knuckle-dragging specimen suggests that the historic and horrific genocide of Aboriginal people in Tasmania should now be rolled out across the country.
Ladies and gents, meet Daniel Warn.
As though the initial comments by Daniel aren’t bad enough, it does actually get far worse.
Daniel Warn, according to his Facebook profile, is employed by the Royal Australian Navy.
Which means, the ever precious funds irreverently referred to by bogots and politicians as Our Hard-Earned Tax Dollars are going towards giving this cretin a nice wage, domestic and international travel opportunities, and possibly other tax benefits afforded to naval personnel such as cars or an oft vacant rental property.
Such benefits are not to be begrudged of our armed forces, most of whom are undoubtedly hard-working and are prepared to commit their lives to our country. For that we give them and their families all due respect and thanks. That is not to be denied.
On the other side of that coin, they should deserve the high esteem in which we hold them. They should not be purging racist bile, in public, on social media such as Facebook.
Here, we see Daniel take aim at any and all non-English speakers, with particular reference to an unfortunate taxi driver who happened to be providing him with a service, and just Asians generally…
We have to wonder about Daniel’s credentials for judging the English-speaking abilities of others, considering he seems to think that speaking English means inserting the word ‘fuckn’ (sic) in a sentence as many times as possible.
Hmm, let’s see, has Daniel left anyone out?
Amazingly, there is. Here we see Daniel find a number of colourful ways to disrespect and degrade, well… roughly half the human population.
Daniel Warn, I’m not sure if you’re aware of this, but recently, Acting Chief of the Australian Army Major-General Paul Symon sent a message to all personnel about the use of social media. It wouldn’t be a stretch to assume that the Royal Australian Navy would share a similar sentiment that racist comments on Facebook “display, for all to see, a simple lack of human decency and compassion”.
If you did miss it, you can find it here: https://theantibogan.wordpress.com/2012/01/18/a-message-to-the-army/
Need we say any more?