DAILYKENN.com -- A hijab-wearing Muslim student unleashed a tirade of hate when an Australian man walked on campus.
The confrontation occurred as the man entered Curtin University in Perth, Australia.
"You have no right to be here!" she screamed.
The encounter was video recorded by the victim.
The man was wearing a shirt supporting Pauline Hanson, a senator in Queensland. Hanson's One Nation political party advocates banning all Islamic immigration to Australia.
The Muslim accused her victim of being a proto-fascist which, we assume, is a cultural Marxism loaded-language term suggesting that patriots are the harbinger of fascism.
Insights and implications:
• We find it interesting that some universities have fences and gates that are analogous to nation borders. One cannot simply enter a campus without having a reason to be there. It's akin to requirements such as citizenship, passports, or visas permitting individuals to be in a country.
• It never occurs to the Muslim that she doesn't belong in Australia.
• The Muslim accuses the man of being a proto-fascist. In reality, the presence of Islam in Australia is proto-sharia.
• Triggering seems to be universal strategy of the far left. That is, they react with an outburst of rage which, we assume, is an act or pretense. The objectives appear to be to stun the opponent into silence which pretending to be triggered by the opponent's "hate."
The far left is unable to confront patriotism with rationalism.
• Always carry a video device.
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