Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Fruitty Feminazi Smiles at the Death of 3 Complete Strangers with Penises; Retards in the Lame Stream Media are Shocked and Appalled!

Bruno Melling-Firth, Max Boomgaarden-Cook, Conrad Quashie
Bruno Melling-Firth, Max Boomgaarden-Cook and Conrad Quashie met an untimely and unfortunate demise in a bus-crash in Thailand while they were on a gap year (a gap year is when a student takes a year break from high school or college and explores others countries for a year).

These three young men were struck down in their prime by an accident. Make no mistake. They did not invite some psychotic nut case into their lives and get killed as a result (like many women do these days). They were not part of any political agenda. They were upstanding citizens in the community (as reports show some of them did volunteer work for charities). They were bright young men with promising futures.

Kia Abdullah
Kia Abdullah, a feminist woman, said that their deaths made her smile. Why did this feminist woman hate these three young men so much?

The answer to that is simple. Despite rhetoric that surrounds the current buzz about Kia Abdullah, she hated them because they have dicks.

Kia Abdullah
Kia Abdullah hates these men not because she has any insight into their personal lives, political agendas, or even their status on feminism/gender relations. She hates them because they are men...PERIOD.

You can read all about it here

feminismThis is no surprise to anybody here. The real story is that the f*cktards that run the media were actually surprised that a feminazi would make such a statement. Yes; it is true. The lame-stream-media are still in the grips of the demon "feminism stands for equality"; the biggest lie ever told.

This story isn't demonstrating the complete lack of humanity that Kia Abdullah has. It is demonstrating that the journalists running the papers and the T.V. are a slew of incompetent f*ckwits.

Kia Abdullah will not be fired from "the Guardian" - the paper she works for. In an official statement, spokesperson for the guardian said, "The Guardian is not responsible for opinions posted on Twitter".

Yes, I cannot argue with that. The Guardian is NOT responsible for the opinions posted on twitter. It is responsible for the sexual bigots that it hires though.

Here is a contact page for the guardian.

Write them something simple like...

Fire Kia Abdullah. She is an embarrassment to your paper and journalism in general.

6 comments:

  1. This woman cannot be a human female.....

    She may be a lesbian.....

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  2. She is...

    I think she has a boyfriend, at least, I saw pics of her with a man, but I'd have to look into it more.

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  3. You know what 'freelance' means, right? Not hired. Can't be fired.

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  4. Ah, I heard somewhere that she wasn't freelance, but a regular employee.

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  5. She didn't write the comments for the Guardian, or even on the Guardian site, but on her own twitter feed. How on earth do you think the Guardian is responsible for her remarks?

    "The Guardian issued a statement on Friday pointing out that Abdullah was neither on staff nor contract and had last written for Comment is free 14 months ago. To give some idea of the context, 48% of Guardian content – in print and online – is written by freelance journalists. Some 5,500 freelances have written at least five times for the paper in print or online in the last two years.

    The Guardian's initial statement failed to stem the tide of complaints as other media organisations largely ignored it. A member of one of the three families who read about Abdullah's remarks in another newspaper wrote to the Guardian expressing pain and puzzlement that we would employ anyone who might make such remarks.

    On Sunday Rusbridger issued a statement: "Kia Abdullah is not, as has been reported, a Guardian journalist or a Guardian columnist … Her grossly insensitive remarks were on her own personal Twitter feed, for which the Guardian has no responsibility and over which it has no control. Of course we deplore her comments and the distress they have caused the relatives and friends of Max, Bruno and Conrad. The Guardian would never have published such offensive comments."

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  6. @Anony-mouse:

    Try reading my post - here is a snippet:

    Yes, I cannot argue with that. The Guardian is NOT responsible for the opinions posted on twitter. It is responsible for the sexual bigots that it hires though.

    Try reading it again:

    Yes, I cannot argue with that. The Guardian is NOT responsible for the opinions posted on twitter. It is responsible for the sexual bigots that it hires though.

    And yet again:

    Yes, I cannot argue with that. The Guardian is NOT responsible for the opinions posted on twitter. It is responsible for the sexual bigots that it hires though.

    Go purchase a brain, and repeat steps 1-3.

    You just made a complete fool out of yourself.

    Cannot criticize you too much - I do that on occasion too...

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