Wednesday, 20 June 2012

"Say no to burqas" mural featured on Dumb, Drunk and Racist, ABC2

It's not often you find television gold.

Last night the Say No to Burqas mural creator, Sergio Redgalli, was featured on the new series Dumb, Drunk and Racist on ABC2.

Clearly, the guy loves attention - Ive been hesitant to even bother with this blog since I know its feeding into his desire for attention. However, after last night's appearance, well, let's just say he was shown for exactly what and who he is.
"People who follow Islam do evil things"
That's what Sergio said. And yet he argues this is not about religion. OK?

We all know for a fact that people who follow Christianity do evil things too.
Funny, but I would have thought an issue like child molestation by Priests  - the biggest betrayal of trust I can think of - doesn't rate on your hate wall, yet women wearing burqas does? If you are really just concerned for the Australian way of life, there are more pressing and local issues at hand to jump up and down about.

Why don't you just be upfront about it - admit you are a racist and your mural is anti-Islam.
We all know it anyway.

Dumb, Drunk and Racist
ABC2, Wednesday 9.30pm
You can watch the episode here:

Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Say no to Santa?

Does Santa threaten you Sergio?
His costume is covering just as much as a Burqa, yet I don't see you protesting at the local mall around Christmas time. Oh wait, that's because its a Christian costume, not Muslim, so it makes it OK. Right? And you say religion has nothing to do with it...

Sunday, 8 January 2012

It was a white Xmas after all!

Thanks to TJ for sending this from over the Christmas break - I'm sorry I missed it
Impressive paint coverage.

Wednesday, 23 November 2011

And then this...

You said it!

"Racist Pig"

So I havent been paying much attention of late. That is until I saw this!

Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Im really confused by this one...

Why is the hooded gown in black not white?
Is this even significant?
I give up trying to understand...

Saturday, 2 July 2011

And further to that...

I often wonder why the Burqa mural is in Newtown...
Besides the fact that it's his property so he can do whatever he wants, it seems to me someone willing and passionate enough to stand up for an issue should take it to where it's relevant.

I mean, why not hang this up in Lakemba if you really feel strongly about opening a debate about the burqa. Let people that it actually affects take part in the debate.

From my perspective of living in Newtown, the only burqa I have EVER seen here is one that was part of an art installation, in response to Sergio's SAY NO TO BURQAS mural.

So by my calculations, the incidence of Burqas in Newtown has increased thanks to Sergio. Ironic hey?

Ooooo K....

If only he understood that when you make large public statements, people should know or understand what your bangin on about, right?
This apparently is about the removal of a sculpture in the Blue Mountains so why oh why is it in Newtown? Anyway, at least it's better that the crappy burqa mural

Wednesday, 22 June 2011


Its the subtle things that make my day...

(Note the addition of the asterix and footnote)

Even though we don't have a Bill of Rights here in Australia, Sergio is a big advocate for "free speech*
* As long as it reflect's his own personal opinions.