“Islam is AIDS.”
- Milo Yiannopoulos
A reminder this man just had his visa reinstated by the Morrison Government to visit Australia for a speaking tour.
It’s ok this is not part of our Australian political way of life, it’s just free speech, right? Right.
By the way.... the ones who blocked me so far
1. Talat Hussain
2. Abbas Nasir
3. Murtaza Solangi
4. Gharida Farooqui
What do they all have in common ?
They never miss a chance to malign Pakistan and I never miss a chance to call their B.S. out.
my heart is with the families of the victims in NZ. and my prayers are for their peace.
may each of us rise up, in our own lives in every way we possibly can against racism & hatred.
one by one, let us tolerate no form of hate in our presence.
AOC and the other freshwomen are making them look bad by being transparently great at doing things that the others could have been doing all along if they'd wanted to. And their narrative of "but it's not done that way" or "it's just not possible" or "you have to wait" crumples.
We're about to post some time-sensitive ticket sales stuff which, frankly, jars a bit this morning.. But by way of a disclaimer we send lots of love to NZ (the most beautiful & relaxed country I've ever visited), Muslim communities everywhere & hope, as ever, that hate won't win.
Rebecca Schoenkopf, Wonkette Editrix, King Of You@commiegirl1
The death penalty is popular even in California, whose voters just reapproved it by 7 points before Gavin Newsom shut it down. Kamala Harris calling to end it isn't expedient; it's brave, and the bitches in my mentions can fuck all the way off.
While the air waves are currently humming with the mantra 'Islamophobia', can anyone explain why, after the MANY attacks by muslims on non-muslims, no-one ever uses the word 'Kafirophobia'?
Islamophobia is used because it implies that EVERY non muslim is in some way, complicit.
kicks off their press conference for a fair way forward on the state budget by recognizing @RepSantiago130 who passed away last night. He had planned to be here today. He was an advocate for his community and working people, and will be missed
mr hawke is the wisest, most powerful man ever and he expresses his thoughts and feelings in a very beautiful and poetic way, he makes me think a lot about life by hearing him talk about random philosophical stuff