I bet it’s the Jews

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15 Responses to I bet it’s the Jews

  1. Franx says:

    Whether you’re someone who claims to be anti-racist and “not see colour”, or an editor or someone in a position of power in media, we are all complicit.

    Well, no, to “not see colour” makes one not racist. For, to “not see” colour is to see a being intelligible to the senses, making us “complicit” indeed in that shocking idea of the universal truth of a human being.

  2. NFA says:

    The ABC and ‘QandA’ specifically seem like a cesspit of racism.

  3. C.L. says:

    The words “white” or “whites” appear six times in that article.

    White privilege doesn’t mean that you never go through challenges. But even in those spaces of hardships, whether it’s in terms of socio-economics, gender, sexuality, disability, white people still hold power and have the loudest voices.

    The tens of thousands of “whites” who saved the continent from being ruled by the Axis may have faced “challenges” but, hey, they were more privileged than the brown staffers of the ABC.

  4. Franx says:

    The words “white” or “whites” appear six times in that article.

    Should ‘ white’ people , ‘whites’, be called ‘people of white’, just as ‘coloured’ people as a matter of principle (and law?) are required to be called ‘people of colour’ (and not ‘coloured people’)?
    (Even though ‘whites ’ by virtue of whiteness can not be anything other than people of colour, since it is colours themselves that make for white. )
    All so silly yet all so amenable to ‘weaponisation’ by the behavioural psychologists advising the ruling cosmopolitan elites for whom neither colour, nor nation, nor language nor ethnicity nor religion is as important as is their group, on a good day.

  5. Riversutra says:

    Every single day, the ABC site encourages someone- one of them or theirs- to write a whinge article.
    Can’t but food or pay rent? No specialist medical care close by? Unfair HECS fees?
    Surrounded by white people who don’t recognise the glory of the author?
    It’s an full on paid article for one of them to just whinge. Every day.

  6. cuckoo says:

    I’ve yet to see anyone from the ABC reflect on the fact that all this supposed racism is coming from the ABC audience. Or as they say in slasher movies “The call is coming from inside the house!” So all those elderly people driving early model Volvos with “Friends of the ABC” bumper stickers might as well be wearing white hoods. Still I haven’t had this much fun since the Age recruited a slate of young reporters who were all identity tokens of one kind or another, and promptly got savaged for not being inclusive enough. And then there’s the current Greens/transphobia meltdown. It would take a heart of stone not to laugh.

  7. rosie says:

    Exactly cuckoo.
    It’s just friends of the ABC, an ever shrinking demographic.
    Also no ‘non-white’ parent was ever unhappy about someone dating outside their ‘culture’.

  8. rosie says:

    If you can’t get real racism, casual racism will have to do.

  9. Buccaneer says:

    I’ve yet to see anyone from the ABC reflect on the fact that all this supposed racism is coming from the ABC audience.

    No one in my house watches the ABC, particularly for large community events. If forced to then the audio is firmly off. Besides, anyone who is actually right-wing knows, not only is it a total waste of time watching the ABC, it’s an even bigger waste of time complaining about it. They always sweep it under the carpet and double down.

    I’d also, note, one of my work colleagues who is decidedly old school alp, told the whole office how biased the ABC coverage was of the Coronation. It was a defining moment for him and he won’t be trusting ABC coverage of anything in the same way again. They really screwed the pooch in the minds of plenty of regular folks. I had nothing to add to the conversation as I watched no coverage of the Coronation.

  10. Morsie says:

    She complains that people she meet speak slowly to her.I am betting that is the ABC audience.I doubt she ever gets out of some inner city suburbs.

  11. twostix says:

    For me, personally, it comes in the form of the people speaking to me slowly, and then becoming surprised that I know English


    Check out the big brain on…checks notes “Neryssa Azlan”.

    People think foreigners who wear weird clothes and have names they can’t pronounce might not know English so are kind enough to try and help her understand them in the first instance.


    Journalism Intern
    Al Jazeera Media Network
    Jun 2018
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    Went home for some work experience before getting another job at their ABC I guess.

  12. rosie says:

    I wish the the Australian broadcaster was limited in scope to audio visual broadcasting.
    It’s a defacto newspaper/magazine that I wish we weren’t paying for.

  13. C.L. says:

    It should be a radio station and a TV news bureau.

    That’s it.

    The rest should be entirely abolished. The SBS too.

  14. Buccaneer says:

    The ABC has strayed so far from its remit, it should just be closed down. The smart money would replace it with a platform similar to You Tube with special access arrangements for regional and straight up no content generation. Same with SBS but some kind of engagement or assistance for minority communities to generate their own content, not be fed a line by the marxists running the collective.

    It would require specific oversight to ensure there is no moderation or curation of content and a far better mechanism for the resolution of complaints that is directed back to parliament rather than some opaque captured arm of the collective.

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