Tonight our national broadcaster will take a step too far.
It will lose all right to pretend that it’s “unbiased” or “balanced”.
And it will let go of any last ounce of respect it may have been clinging to.
Egyptian-American journalist Mona Eltahawy will be a panellist on Q&A, hosted for the night by Fran Kelly.
Eltahawy speaks about using “justifiable violence” against men under the mythical, righteous challenge of dismantling the “patriarchy”.
In her latest book, The Seven Necessary Sins for Women and Girls, this lunatic attempts to assert that being civil, respectful and polite are “ineffective”.
From that, we can assume that she believes being disrespectful, impolite and civilly disobedient are feathers for one’s pussy hat.
In 2012 she confessed that she beat up a man who tried to grope her in a Montreal nightclub.
She is on the record slamming “old, out-of-touch men”.
And she claims, “Being a woman anywhere is dangerous”.
If this all sounds horribly familiar, perhaps it’s because this living nightmare sounds like Clementine Ford on steroids?
Except (if it’s humanly possible) we’ve imported someone pumped full of more hate, rage, unrepentant anger, and dripping in double the victimhood.
In case you’re fretting that some balance will be brought to the panel with conservative voice, rest assured that Jess Hill, far-left feminist author will be joining Eltahawy. Hill was previously a producer for ABC radio, in a twist you truly couldn’t make up.
Why is it that sensible conservative speakers are banned from Australia when someone who peddles hatred is gifted a seat on our taxpayer-funded broadcaster?
Why is it that far-left extremist activists are hailed as (s)heroes and their cause repeatedly applauded as “worthy”?
Note to the clowns: violence is never acceptable, despite your cause.
Furthermore, equality will certainly never be achieved by beating people up.
Seriously, go back to school.
Last Thursday a woman faced court charged with the murder of a man in Port Augusta.
A woman in St Marys, Sydney allegedly orchestrated harassment campaign against herself.
A Queensland woman was accused of killing and torturing her 13-month old son.
The girlfriend of a Boston college student who died by suicide was charged with the involuntary manslaughter after repeatedly urging him to kill himself.
Unfortunately, evil comes in both genders.
At a time when radical, egotistical activists are glueing themselves to streets, causing chaos and ruining businesses across the country, has anyone considered where these fools get their dangerous inspiration?
Just tune in to the(ir) ABC on Monday night for your fresh fix of rage and disruption, plus a lesson in an utterly divisive worldview.
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