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The sofa lovers who can’t keep quiet

Yasmin Alibhai-Brown (born Yasmin Damji)

Yasmin Alibhai-BrownThis Ugandan-born journalist is a self-confessed racist who loathes “white, middle class men”, yet describes herself as being a “leftie liberal, anti-racist, feminist, Muslim, part-Pakistani, and … a very responsible person”. She believes Osama bin Laden didn’t get a “respectful burial” and asked: “Why does anyone black, Asian or Arab ever vote Tory?” on Twitter in July 2013 before talking about the urinal her husband had “pissed in” at a pub in Loughton, Essex in August of the same year. A true mouthpiece, Alibhai-Brown is just the kind of person no right-minded person would ever invite to dinner.

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9 comments on “Yasmin Alibhai-Brown (born Yasmin Damji)”

  1. She is very clever. Like Richard Dawkins she has found a ‘niche’ which she exploits with ferocity in order to build a fee base. In our generosity we give her sanctuary from Amin…..she repays us by sneering and carping at us. She should buzz off back there as she finds life here so intolerable.

  2. Awful woman, and awful politics. Identity politics should have been buried in the 1980s: it was wrong then and it is wrong now.

  3. The urinal her husband pissed in at a pub in Essex. It reminds me of a story my father once told me.
    He was passing water in a ablution block in a Hotel. A man came and stood next to him and started to piss.
    My father said to him; “Were you once involved in the Brentwood Synagogue” The man replied; “Why yes, how did you know this” My Father replied” Did Rabbi Flax perform your circumcision?” The man replied; Yes, how do you know this information. My father replied; “He cuts skew, you are pissing into my lapel.
    Tony Blair and New Labour pissed over all of us.

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