There are three very good reasons why fans boo part-Aboriginal football star, Adam Goodes.
| Any person, Aboriginal or not, making provocative gesures like this, is sure to rile the crowd
Firstly, Goodes showed himself to be a racially-divisive person following his controversial nomination as Australian of the Year. He only achieved this exalted position because the selection committee, the Board of the Australia Day National Council, had been infiltrated by a bunch of politically correct social justice warriors. Goodes immediately used his position to vilify white Australians.
“Europeans, and the governments that have run our country, have raped, killed and stolen,” he wrote in Fairfax newspapers.
Coming to grips with his part-Aboriginal ancestry has left Goodes with deep-seated anger and a notable hatred of white Australia.
Goodes then became infamous when a 13-year-old white girl was subjected to national humiliation after she shouted “ape” at the bearded footballer from the sidelines of a tense game.
Goodes kept pointing to the girl until security moved in on her.
The frightened girl was frog-marched, crying, from the stands.
She was grilled,and then detained, by police for two hours, initially without her grandmother present, and threatened with charges. Her face was shown on national TV and she was publicly branded a racist.
In a newspaper article next day Goodes provocatively declared “racism had a face - and it was a 13-year-old girl”.Read more...