Jonathon Planty has been left bewildered after the The Spectator magazine knocked him back for an intern position last weekend.
A woman from The Spectator who works in HR, who kept referring to herself in the third person and calling herself beautiful, told Planty that he "just wasn't racist enough."
"I was flabbergasted, to tell you the truth," says Planty. "My ancestors came to Tasmania on one of the earliest convict ships and they worked very, very hard at their colonising, if you know what I mean.
"I run an anti-immigrant and anti-Halal Facebook page, I constantly retweet Chris Kenny and Rita Panahi, I engage daily on Andrew Bolt's blog. To say I'm not racist enough... It beggars belief.
"I was already Islamaphobic before the Twin Towers fell!"
Planty even spent the last few days fighting SJWs, Leftards and Snowflakes on the Internet who were criticising Spectator editor Rowan Dean.
Dean made comments on Sky News telling the Race Discrimination Commissioner Tim Soutphommasane "to hop on a plane and go back to Laos" if he didn't like the lack of diversity when it came to minority representation in the media and business.
The Seagull asked Planty what he would do now.
"I guess I'll go back to trolling Clementine Ford."