ISIS Leader asks: “Why the hell wasn’t I invited to speak in parliament?”

ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi says he is disappointed at the Government for inviting Milo Yiannopoulos to speak in Parliament today and not him.

“Why the hell would you let that raving nut in your Parliament House to talk and not me?” an incensed Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi told The Aussie Advocate this morning.

“Yiannopoulos is a racist, dangerous fascist,” he said.

Al-Baghdadi questioned Milo’s oratory, accusing him of being “all talk and no action.”

“For all the blathering and bombast that comes out of that moron’s mouth, he’s got nothing to show for it. At least when I talk, people actually listen and it produces results.”

Al-Baghdadi said that if Australia really wants to hear from a reputable international speaker then they should call him in to speak.

“Sure I’ll need more security than Yiannopoulos,” he said. “I’d probably need more security than Donald Trump, but hey, at least I’ll have far more exciting news to tell you than him.”

Al-Baghdadi says he isn’t going to lay down and let this cold treatment of him pass without protest.

“I will be filing a discrimination complaint with the United Nations,” he said.

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