She also go the same response from the world about the comment.
“Absolutely disgraceful. I’m convinced now that your point is to be disrespectful and distasteful,” one person wrote, while others described her as being self-centred and using the comments for a publicity stunt.
The need to be relevant, look at moi… look at moi… #whoareyou??
Stop making respectless comments and 1s which display a lack of critical thinking which are made with the sole intention of angering many who feel understandably that you are comparing the sacrifice of men in defence of freedom & then playing the victim when you are criticised
With some of the replies Yassmin was also reminded about the apology she made for her Anzac Day comments. She not only amended the post that time but she said it was brought to her attention that what she wrote then was disrespectful, and apologised unreservedly.
What happened to "my last post was disrespectful and I apologise unreservedly" – @yassmin_a on last Anzac Day when you posted a similar disgusting post. I think even if you do apologise most Australians have wisened up. You really have no morals or respect. #auspol#lestweforget
She did have some supporters for her post, but there were even a few who admitted to being on her side previously, weren’t this time.
I despise the attacks on you but now you're being deliberately provocative. This is preaching to the choir and won't persuade anyone. There's no need to link these issues. The boys who died in WW1 in mistaken service of the ancien régimes are not detaining people on Manus Island.
I fully support you on this one. However the whole #lestweforget hash tag is about a different war many years ago to fight an evil tyrant hell bent on destruction. I hope we never have to fight one of those once again. Maybe keep those two separate in the future.