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Real Housewives star’s bizarre rant about conspiracy theorists just being ‘critical thinkers’ 

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Real Housewives star dubbed the ‘catwoman’ because of her feline features goes on a bizarre rant about conspiracy theorists just being ‘critical thinkers’

Real Housewives of Melbourne star Venus Behbahani-Clark has shared a bizarre post defending conspiracy theorists as ‘critical thinkers’. 

The human rights lawyer, who has been dubbed as Australia’s ‘catwoman’ because of her feline features, unravelled her thoughts in an Instagram post on Thursday.

‘Conspiracy Theorist. Nothing more than a derogatory title and label used to dismiss a crincal [sic] thinker & the most fundamental attack on #freedom is the attack on critical thinking skills, she ranted. 

‘Nothing more than a derogatory title’: Real Housewives of Melbourne star Venus Behbahani-Clark (pictured) shared a bizarre post defending conspiracy theorists as ‘critical thinkers’ on Thursday

She then offered a quote by Albert Einstein, who ironically battled many conspiracy theorists who questioned the idea of relativity during his career. 

‘It’s not that I’m so smart, it’s just that I stay with problems longer,’ the quote read. 

She accompanied this with a close-up photo of herself staring wistfully into the distance. 

Hmm: 'Conspiracy Theorist. Nothing more than a derogatory title and label used to dismiss a crincal [sic] thinker & the most fundamental attack on #freedom is the attack on critical thinking skills, she ranted

Hmm: ‘Conspiracy Theorist. Nothing more than a derogatory title and label used to dismiss a crincal [sic] thinker & the most fundamental attack on #freedom is the attack on critical thinking skills, she ranted  

Pondering: She accompanied this with a close-up photo of herself staring wistfully into the distance

Pondering: She accompanied this with a close-up photo of herself staring wistfully into the distance 

Venus shot to fame in 2018 after she joined the cast of The Real Housewives of Melbourne.

Since leaving the franchise in 2020, the mother-of-three has continued to make headlines for her glamorous Instagram posts and cosmetically-enhanced look. 

Previously speaking to The Herald Sun, Venus said cosmetic procedures are the ‘norm’ for someone in their 30s and from her cultural background. 

What would Albert say? She also offered a quote by Albert Einstein, who ironically battled many conspiracy theorists who questioned the idea of relativity during his career

What would Albert say? She also offered a quote by Albert Einstein, who ironically battled many conspiracy theorists who questioned the idea of relativity during his career 

‘Calling me plastic fantastic is not right, because I’m not plastic fantastic!’ she said. 

Venus claimed her decision to have a rhinoplasty (nose job) was something the majority of Persian women, like herself, undergo. 

She added that her uncle, who is a plastic surgeon, gave her the nose job as a gift when she was aged 21.

Unforgettable: Since leaving the franchise in 2020, the mother-of-three has continued to make headlines for her glamorous Instagram posts and cosmetically-enhanced look

Unforgettable: Since leaving the franchise in 2020, the mother-of-three has continued to make headlines for her glamorous Instagram posts and cosmetically-enhanced look

'Calling me plastic fantastic is not right': Previously speaking to The Herald Sun, Venus said cosmetic procedures are the 'norm' for someone in their 30s and from her cultural background

‘Calling me plastic fantastic is not right’: Previously speaking to The Herald Sun, Venus said cosmetic procedures are the ‘norm’ for someone in their 30s and from her cultural background

‘I don’t even know why it’s called plastic surgery, when it’s your own features being enhanced or changed,’ the cosmetics line founder explained. 

‘I had my breasts done after I breastfed children for four years… Rhinoplasty is something that 90 per cent of Persian women have had done.’

She has also admitted to having Botox and facial fillers to achieve her remarkable appearance, which she enhances with makeup and contact lenses. 

Defending her look: 'I don't even know why it's called plastic surgery, when it's your own features being enhanced or changed,' the cosmetics line founder explained

Defending her look: ‘I don’t even know why it’s called plastic surgery, when it’s your own features being enhanced or changed,’ the cosmetics line founder explained 

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