Yassmin Abdel-Magied is not fit to judge others in the Australian Women's Weekly
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Yassmin Abdel-Magied has shown numerous times that she is not an advocate for women, Australian values, the ANZACs and she continually makes poor judgements in high profile settings. She is not qualified to make decisions on behalf of herself or any other organisation.
Yassmin has bullied and disrespected Senator Jacqui Lambie on the ABC's television network, despite Jacqui having served for Australia in the armed forces and as a politician. Yassmin has ignored the poor treatment of women under various guises. Yassmin has also consulted the leadership of those that seek to defy the Australian culture and claimed that she is merely taking advantage of her platform to spread their word.
On Yassmin's social media accounts she mocks Australian values, inferring that they do not exist. Her poor choice and judgement has her thinking that #slays is a catchy phrase in the context of 'Teaching people to slay on stage'. Which is an extremely sensitive topic giving the context of the target audience and discrimination against white females.
Yassmin is an engineer that resides in Queensland but she is neither a chartered or registered engineer with the governing bodies in that state. This is a key example of her contempt for legislative requirements and avoiding the professional ethics which she would need to abide by.
Yassmin also likes to waste tax payers dollars on overseas trips to promote her own book/business.
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