Not content with huddling in their very own hate groups, several of the more daring xenophobes have ventured out to make their unwelcome appearance at mainstream Facebook sites, specifically at fan sites for various current affairs programmes.
We understand how it must be frightening for them to be confronted by normal people, and especially so when these normal people actually dare to argue a different, more normal viewpoint.
The nerve of them…
Perennial favourite lonely impaired white guy Scott Pengelly was first out of the starter’s gate recently at Weekend Sunrise as he moaned and complained bitterly at public reaction to the unhinged racist on the train we recently featured.
Then Scott lets everyone know why the demented harridan was screaming racist insults on the train…well only in Scott’s alternate universe could you come up with an explanation like this.
And along came one of Scott’s besties, the Nazi commenting at the bottom with some cut-and-paste dirge from every failed neo-Nazi group we have seen.
Lots of disturbing content on this guy’s profile. And we don’t think he’s joking either.
Then along comes another Scott. This one is from Queensland, used to be in the Army (thankfully not there now) , follows crazy Christian Danny Nalliah’s new political party and likes to mouth off in the usual ignorant fashion about Muslims and Islam. He starts off by having a go at Andrew O’ Keefe, the presenter and points out that O’ Keefe “laughed and scoffed” at Wilders.
Well guess what Scotty, we all did. That clown is the Eurojoke of the decade.
One unnamed commenter sums Scott up nicely. Scott’s response?
Err… may we interrupt to remind Scott that cutting off heads etc was fairly normal battlefield behaviour back then. Perhaps Scott should have paid more attention at school when they studied Macbeth.
The great Irish patriot Hugh O’ Neill used to take their tongues as well and the great Scottish patriot William Wallace was a dab hand with the broadsword, being 195 cms tall and built to match (unlike weedy little anti-Semite Mel Gibson, who played him in the movie).
The “child bride” myth about the Prophet Mohammed is unlikely and apocryphal – but hey that madman Khomeini believed it, so obviously in Scott’s Islamophobic world it must be true.
David Bates then carries on about how “we” feel about Muslims – do us a favour idiot and speak for yourself or “we” might just give you a special sorting out.
Bigots don’t speak for Australia
Speaking of which Scott rounds off with a lament for a simpler time when no doubt he’d have been forced by his feudal lord to marched across a hostile Europe, risk death from bandits and lethal contagious diseases for which there was then no cure, starved more often than not, perpetually in danger from human traffickers and faced with a fanatical and well-armed foe.
That was what the Crusades were really about.