Australia Accused of Racism After Quarantining Diseased Apes

Sven Longshanks & Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
October 31, 2014

And here we have logic.
And here we have logic.

Sierra Leone’s Information Minister, “Alpha Kanu” (real name, apparently) is hippity-hopping mad at Australia for preventing any more African apes from infecting the country with Ebola, the BBC reports.

“It is discriminatory in that… it is not [going] after Ebola but rather it is… [going] against the 24 million citizens of Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea. Certainly, it is not the right way to go,” the monkeyman babbled. “This measure by the Australian government is absolutely counterproductive.”

How is it counterproductive for the Australian people to prevent anyone carrying Ebola from entering their country?  Isn’t actively preventing the spread of deadly disease an ideal example of productive behavior?

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Instead of having to dress up like this, Australia would rather just not allow any potential Ebola carriers into their country in the first place.

Surely it is the most productive move that we have seen any Western country make since the start of this weird epidemic.

He actually has the nerve to say that it is “discriminatory” to prevent potential Ebola carriers from entering another country.

This wily Black bastard is saying that it is racist to not deliberately infect Australia with a highly contagious disease, because it is Blacks that are carrying that disease.

"Yall muffuggehs, yall bees trays ta du da muffuggen hert on da nigga, sune is he b gis dat vudu curs.  Shet is rasses, meffeggeh." -Alpha Kanu to Australian people
“Yall muffuggehs, yall bees trays ta du da muffuggen hert on da nigga, sune is he b gis dat vudu curs. Shet is rasses, meffeggeh.” -Alpha Kanu to Australian people

Is anyone else getting deja vu here?  Isn’t this exactly what the faggots said about AIDS, before they went on to purposefully infect a bunch of people with it?

Amnesty International is repeating the same nonsense, a spokesman for the organization claiming that the ban makes no see “from a health perspective” – what the hell does it mean?  How does not bringing an infectious disease into your country not make sense “from a health perspective”?

Obviously, it keeps an uninfected country disease-free and ensures that the plague carriers are contained within a single area, thousands of miles away from Australia.

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What does Ebola have to do with Jim Yong Kim of the World Bank?  I thought Koreans hated Blacks.

Meanwhile, the President of the World Bank, Jim Yong Kim (real name) has also weighed in on the subject and is appealing for thousands of health care workers to risk certain death by moving to Africa.

“Right now, I’m very much worried about where we will find those healthcare workers,” he said. “With the fear factor going out of control in so many places, I hope healthcare professionals will understand that when they took their oath to become a healthcare worker it was precisely for moments like this.”

Do health care workers swear an oath to die in the name of Africa?  I don’t think Hippocrates ever encouraged anyone to die on purpose in African.

They took their oaths to help people and the best way they can help people is to stay alive and stay away from doomed Africa.  We need these health workers in our own countries, you sneaking Korean snake.

The whole of Africa has had an artificial population explosion of subhumans unable to even feed themselves, let alone bring any positive contribution to global society.  Seriously, name one thing any of these apes have done that mattered.  And I swear to God, Kim Jim, if you say peanut butter…

…I don’t care how bad-to-the-bone the G3 is, my next phone will be an Apple.  No wait, that new guy’s a faggot and Apple products are pretentious, overpriced and inferior.

I swear to God, Jim Kim, if you say peanut butter, I’m buying an HTC.

A sleek design and all the features which bring me joy, happiness and productivity, without the guilt of buying a product from a company based in the country that produced Jim Jim World Bank man.
A sleek design and all the features which bring me joy, happiness and productivity, without the guilt of buying a product from a company based in the country that produced Jim Jim World Bank man and his wacky peanut butter theories.
Shhhhhh.  The time has come.  Don't fight it.
Shhhhhh. The time has come. Don’t fight it.

These billions of Negroes, which multiply like the Gremlins, are a plague upon the earth and a drain on the resources of those that are capable of looking after themselves.  Ebola proves that.

We need to stay out of the way, and let the blessed Saint Ebola-Chan do her divine work.

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