Who Would Win?

Pick a Winner: The soldier, Watermelon Wiggle, or, well … that guy.

Who would win? The highly decorated, combat veteran Army officer? Or the millionaire socialist lawyer Greens politician?

Jim Molan, the former ADF major general turned Liberal senator must really have the left worried. Traditionally, newbie politicians are given a light touch when they first enter Parliament. In Molan’s case, though, Labor, the Greens, and their media allies launched a savage ambush on the very first day Molan took his seat.

Greens under fire over attack on Jim Molan during Army service

Senator Molan came under attack by Labor and the Greens after it emerged he shared videos from far-Right group “Britain First” on his Facebook page in March 2017, with the videos being condemned as anti-Islamic and one being exposed as a fake.

This last claim is an outright lie: neither of the videos was “exposed as a fake”. The particular video apparently referred to (since mysteriously removed from YouTube) depicted a very real incident of migrant youths viciously bashing a Dutch woman, in the Netherlands. As for Britain First: so what? The videos are real, and the incidents they expose are disturbing. Attacking the group who first posted them does nothing to change that.

As you might expect from a digger, Molan wasn’t backing down.

He defended himself earlier today, saying that anyone who called him racist because he shared the videos was “stark raving mad” and he only intended to expose what happened in societies where there was racial dislocation.

“I have worked effectively cross-culturally for years,” Senator Molan told ABC radio. “What I was trying to achieve was to say to people that the breakdown in society from violence and anti-social behaviour is something we should all be very aware of.”

Exactly. The mainstream media and civil authorities continually lie about and try to hide the evidence of violent Islamic anti-social behaviour in Western countries.

From Cologne to Rotherham, to London, a systematic cover-up is being perpetrated. Anyone who tells the truth – like Molan – is viciously attacked.

Of course, there’s no show without Punch:

Bill Shorten used question time to challenge Mr Turnbull about whether he would direct Senator Molan to take down the “racist and bigoted material” he had shared.

To her credit, at least Labor senator, Kimberley Hitching has had the decency to come to Molan’s defence. Even Turnbull managed to find a backbone, and stand up for his new senator:

Mr Turnbull rejected the question and attacked the Opposition Leader for describing Senator Molan as a racist. “That is deplorable,” he said. “It is disgusting. Jim Molan is a great Australian soldier. We are lucky to have him in the Senate. He doesn’t have a racist bone in his body.”

“He has stood up for freedom (and) stood up against extremism.”

Naturally, the most egregious attacks were the ones the rotten watermelons hurled across the chamber:

Greens Leader Richard Di Natale … accus[ed] Senator Molan of overseeing a “humanitarian catastrophe” nearly 15 years ago during the assault on Fallujah in 2004.

Not to be outdone in makin’ mock o’ the uniforms that guard him while he gets rich on the taxpayer’s purse, socialist weasel Adam Bandt had the gall to call Molan a “complete coward”, and accused him of “war crimes”.

Critically, Bandt cast his sleazy aspersions on Sky News, not in Parliament. That means he’s not protected by Parliamentary privilege. Molan has invited Bandt to publicly apologise before he considers legal action. He says he has already been offered financial and legal support.

Personally, I’d prefer to leave the old soldier alone in a room with the two watermelons who’ve viciously attacked his character, and his service.

The Australian rates the contenders.

Who would win?

The Australian


Adam Bandt has since issued the following “apology”:

“Mr Molan has stated: ‘If [Mr Bandt] publicly apologised to me for the statements that he made, then that would end the problem.’

“I hereby apologise for those statements.”

For some reason, Molan is less than impressed with such a sincere expression of regret …

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