I'm none of the things you say I am, you have absolutely no reason to believe that I'm bigoted in any way against anyone That must be the problem, folks; he just doesn't seem to understand bigotry.
It is a common trait amongst that type of folk. For example, thinking that free speech gives them the unequivocal right to engage in hate speech because they can't tell the difference. Or hating what they see as political correctness because they resent governments telling them how to behave, yet the rest of us don't actually need to be told how to behave because we already do. Or, while not attributing this directly to Don, saying stuff like "I'm not racist, but..." It is endemic in his cohort. As an aside, did anyone else read this article that referred Don's fellow One Nation supporters?Most Australians believe there's a lot of racism these days, but experts say recognising discrimination is just the beginning - ABC News
Full of hate.
He recognisies that he is the odd one out, but remains convinced that he's not mad the rest of the world is, and apoplectic that the rest of us can't see it his way. Unable to rise above mediocrity because of a hangup about decisions made decades ago (Hawke/Keating) which saw the rest of us prosper while he languished. Playing the victim, yet when on the attack, blames the victim. Implores people to move on when he is losing an argument, but is unable to do so in real life.
His disability has made him angry at the world and we must suffer, it seems. I treat people equally regardless. If I think he deserves a whack, he'll get one.