Memo to Alan Joyce: Sod off, ye eejit little gombeen

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Qantas CEO Alan Joyce

Alan Joyce is possibly the most annoyingly sanctimonious Irish twat since Bono.

The ghee little leprechaun mightn’t be such a pain in the cacks if he stuck to his actual business of just making planes fly at a profit, but the nosey little gobshite just won’t stop blathering his globalist political agenda. Worse, he’s using his corporate muscle to try and force everyone to sing along.

Tony Abbott has described Qantas’s human resources management as the “corporate thought police” after the airline issued an information pack for staff, advising them to refrain from using “gender-inappropriate” words such as “guys”, “mankind” or “chairman”.

Qantas’s People and Culture group executive Lesley Grant sent the advice out as part of the airline’s “Spirit of Inclusion” month, the Daily Telegraph reports.

“Inclusion”, in the Orwellian lexicon of the globalists, really means doing exactly what these social justice warriors tell you to do – or else.

Employees were advised to be mindful of “manterruptions”, when men interrupt women

Such as when globalist saint Justin Trudeau hectors a woman into saying “peoplekind”?

and stop using terms of endearment such as “honey”, “darling”, or “love”, because they “often offend”.

Often offend who? And what proof do they even have of this frequent offence?

Even worse, this Hibernian blow-in wants to lecture Australians on their own history.

“Describing the arrival of the Europeans as a ‘settlement’ is a view of Australian history from the perspective of England rather than Australia. Instead of settlement, try ‘colonisation’, ‘occupation’ or ‘invasion’,” employees are advised.

This is utter nonsense. Firstly, there was no such thing as “Australia” until the arrival of Europeans. Secondly, the leftist nonsense about “invasion” has been repeatedly and comprehensively debunked. As eminent historian Geoffrey Blainey says, people who make this claim are “read[ing[ their history backwards”.

Captain Arthur Phillip had no intention of launching an invasion that would eventually cover and conquer even a fraction of Australia … the two peoples, face-to-face, had contrasting concepts of ownership, family, land, technology, territory, and death. How could they negotiate a treaty that both sides would understand? Moreover, a treaty signed by a “nation” living near Sydney Harbour had no relevance or authority for a “nation” living near Canberra.

As Blainey also says, the “Invasion” nonsense is not about “avoiding offence” (after all, they seem to have no qualms about offending the majority of Australians who find their claims offensive in the extreme). Rather, it’s about delegitimising the nation. Globalists, of course, see the sovereign state as merely one more obstacle to be demolished on the road to their Utopia.

And of course, like good little globalist apparatchiks:

They are also warned against using terms such as “husband” and “wife” and “mum and dad”, “which can reinforce the idea that people are always in heterosexual relationships”.

No, they don’t. Even people in gay marriages call their partners “husband” and “wife”.

But, besides being politically-correct garbage, this move is part of a wider and far more sinister agenda: the oligarchical machinations of globalist corporations. Qantas is an airline, not a political organisation. They should stick to flying planes.

Mr Abbott said … “Frankly if companies like Qantas want to give their customers a better deal, they can scrap all these inclusion units, just scrap them, save the money because it’s just rubbish this idea that we need a corporate thought police … I mean really and truly it is a complete, absolute and utter waste of money.”

Australia is meant to be a democracy, not an oligarchy of lefty snowflakes. If Alan Joyce wants to browbeat Australians with his globalist rubbish, then he should put his money where his mouth is and run for public office.

Otherwise, the yattering little piteog can shut his gob and feck off.

The Australian


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