Anthony Albanese’s close friend who attacked Scott Morrison for daring to eat WHITE bread is celebrating her mate’s victory with a senior Labor figure.
- Nareen Young criticized Mr Morrison this year for preferring to eat white bread.
- Professor Young shared a photo of Albanese’s election victory on Saturday night.
- He said Labor MP Tony Burke “was going to be a great minister” in a photo together.
- The professor claimed that most people who eat white bread in Australia are “Anglo-Saxon men”
- Albanese has said Australians should eat any type of bread they want.
A close colleague of Anthony Albanese, who criticized Scott Morrison for eating white bread, was seen celebrating his victory on election night with a senior Labor MP.
Nareen Young, a lecturer in Indigenous Politics at the University of Technology Sydney, was photographed at Albanese’s victory party on Saturday night.
She shared a photo of herself smiling with Tony Burke, the senior leader nominated to be leader of the House, saying she was “very much looking forward” to working with him.
Claiming ScoMo is toast: Professor Nareen Young shared a photo of herself smiling with Labor MP Tony Burke after Anthony Albanese’s victory on Saturday night.
Professor Young was seen beaming at Labour’s victory party on Saturday night. Mr. Albanese was the best man at his wedding.
“Tony Burke is Labour’s greatest human being and will make a great minister,” he wrote.
“I’m sure I’ll disagree with him sometimes, but that’s what makes everything great.”
The new Prime Minister was the best man at her wedding and is considered one of her husband’s best friends.
Professor Young took aim at Mr Morrison earlier this year after he told Sunrise: “I’m a normal white bread and white toast man.” That’s me’.
She told ABC’s The Drum that his comments were “really interesting.”
‘Who eats white bread in this country? Anglo-Saxon men.
Professor Nareen Young told ABC’s The Drum that Scott Morrison was out of touch for eating white bread.
‘I think it shows a profound lack of understanding of who works in this country. I think there is a deep intersection between race and class.’
‘I come from a working class family. We ate whole wheat bread because we were healthy.’
Professor Young was attacked like a “fruitcake” by 2GB’s Ben Fordham for her comments which she later revealed saw her police filled with hateful “homophobic and transphobic” messages.
Fordham said the segment was “like a comedy sketch” and that his remark was off base.
“Professor Nareen Young decided this was a problem, not that the Prime Minister didn’t know the price of bread but the type of bread he eats,” he said.
‘You might want to keep their logic in mind when you go to the supermarket this afternoon. If you’re an Anglo-white man, don’t go buy Tip Top or Wonder White.
‘Are we allowed to eat Turkish bread?’
ABC panellist and university lecturer Nareen Young (pictured left) recently stated that white bread is normally only eaten by Anglo-Saxon men in Australia.
At the time, Mr. Albanese was asked what he thought of the academic’s opinion.
The new Prime Minister, who does not eat carbohydrates due to his diet, did not criticize her directly, but said it was unfair to judge people for their choice of bread.
“I think people should eat whatever bread they want,” he said.
The UTS professor has been called “one of Australia’s most respected and prominent workplace diversity thinkers and practitioners” and has also worked as director of indigenous consulting at financial firm Price Waterhouse Coopers.
Additionally, she was the CEO of the Diversity Council of Australia.