The system works, if you’re Muslim, brown and female

The AHRC celebrates the successful dismissal of a complaint against a non-white, non-Christian female.

As recently reported on Whale Oil, one-woman Muslim clownshow, Yassmin Abdel-Magied, was recently made the subject of notorious star chamber, the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC). Naturally, Abdel-Magied was shocked – shocked – at such temerity.

After all, as she never tires of reminding us, she’s Muslim, brown and female and, therefore according to leftist dogma categorically incapable of racism.. “I mean, wow,” she gasped. Because, as we all know, AHRC complaints are strictly reserved for pursuing straight, white males.

But of course the AHRC has acted with astonishing alacrity to avoid besmirching the avatar of its pet victim groups.

AHRC drops tweet complaint against Yassmin Abdel-Magied

As if there was ever any doubt.

Always one to avoid the public spotlight, Yassmin the Islamo-screecher immediately took to Twitter.

“Alhamdulilah! Nice to know the system works.”

We all know the system works – at least, if you ride high on the leftist victim totem-pole. After all, compare the lighting dismissal of Abdel-Magied’s case with some high-profile cases pursued against white, male Australians.

The “QUT Five”, a group of Queensland University students subjected to a baseless accusation, yet nevertheless pursued doggedly by the AHRC were not even told they were under investigation for nearly two years. Even then, the students were forced to either fork out thousands to have their cases dropped, or go through a punishing Federal Court trial, with the concomitant damage to their professional and personal reputations.

The late Bill Leak was openly targeted by the AHRC: Commissioner Tim Soutpommasane (and you’d better pronounce that right first time, you racist) personally touted for complaints to be made against the Walkley Award-winning cartoonist. Again, the claim was only dropped after months of “incredible stress”, according to Leak. “If I was a private citizen, this would have cost me an absolute fortune.”

Daily Telegraph columnist Tim Blair also spent months, and plenty of his employers’ lawyers’ time, ultimately proving that he was not, in fact, a racist.

Yet, the ever-complaining Abdel-Magied has her case dropped in days. Gosh, how could that be?

The Australian Human Rights Commission does not comment on the details of complaints

Of course not. Star chambers and politburo tribunals always operate in secrecy.

Who’s that risking permanent retinal damage by standing next Yassmin? Why, gosh, it’s none other than a strictly impartial AHRC commissioner.

But knowing the right people always helps.

The Australian

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