Friday, August 17, 2018

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Friday, August 10, 2018

Regards the Islamic Burka and Niqab

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Thursday, August 9, 2018

Al Jazeera: Plays victim card for ISIS families, who claim to be living in fear in Iraq.

(Baghdad)  ISIS burst onto the worlds stage in 2014, when it captured a huge amount of land from Iraq and Syria. Forming their own caliphate , where a most severe form of Islamic Sharia law was implemented and in order to control the people they had captured they carried out the most evil and brutal forms of murder in which them under control and to make others fear them. However like all evil empires, willing to use terror in which to expand its borders, the locals fought back and today the so called Islamic state empire is no more, as a viable fighting force it is spent with the vast majority of its terrorists dead or incarcerated and the people (who are still alive) in areas which were occupied by ISIS are slowly trying to rebuild their lives.

But to the media, ISIS have become the latest in a long line of victims demanding justice. We saw snippets of this with the faux concern about European school girls who decided to up sticks and bugger off to Syria for a life of Jihad, whilst ISIS was growing and now they have been captured by the locals in the area, all we hear from the do-gooders is these poor children (and their own children) should be brought back in which to return to a normal way of life. 
We saw this with how the left (and the media) opined about how Jihadi terrorists were taken out by airstrikes , and that not only did this infringe their human rights, but they should have been captured and brought to trial.
We saw that with how the left are crying out about how the de facto ISIS capital 'Raqqa' was bombed , claiming that we should have simply arrested these religious bigots willing to die for allah, which funny enough many did, taking a lot of people with them.
Currently we are seeing the left demanding that captured ISIS terrorists not be sent to the US, as they could be sentenced to death and they (unlike their many victims) have human rights.
And now to cap all of the above Al Jazeera had knocked out a report about how captured ISIS families (with the females unrepentant about belong to ISIS) fear for their lives living in Iraq. Oh dear whatever should we do about these intolerant  people  who unlike the vast majority of their victims are not only alive, but they are living it large with all the mod cons of the world they detested so much. What is it about the left , the do-gooders and the plain stupid in shedding faux tears for the most evil people to have walked the planet these past 5 years. Here's the video, you may require a sickbag.

UK: The fake outrage over Boris Johnson.

(London)  These last few days the professional offended class, you know, those who are offended by anything and everything have decided that a news paper article written by British MP 'Boris Johnson' was racist and are demanding his head. leading this charge are naturally the worse culprits going, Muslims. Rather than join the braying hounds snapping at his feet, it would help if we actually took the time to read what he wrote, regards Denmark banning the Burka, which tells me, that the people who are screaming the loudest , haven't bothered their arse in actually reading an article which actually defends Muslims women's right to cover up.

Denmark has got it wrong. Yes, the burka is oppressive and ridiculous – but that’s still no reason to ban it
Ah Denmark, what a country. If any society breathes the spirit of liberty, this is it.
It was only a few weeks ago that I was in Copenhagen for some international conference, and as ever I rose early and went for a run. As I passed through some yuppie zone of warehouse conversions and posh restaurants I saw to my amazement that the Danes had also got up early for exercise – and they were diving stark naked into the bracing waters of the harbour. And I thought to myself – that’s the Danes for you; that’s the spirit of Viking individualism. I mean, we have a climate warmer than Denmark; but even so, would you expect to see Brits disrobing and plunging into the waters of Canary Wharf, or even Greenwich? We are pretty easy-going, but not that easy-going.
If you wanted to visit a country that seemed on the face of it to embody the principles of JS Mill – that you should be able to do what you want provided you do no harm to others – I would advise you to head for wonderful, wonderful Copenhagen
Denmark is the only country in Europe, as far as I know, that still devotes a large proportion of its capital city to an anarchist commune, called Christiania, where I remember spending a happy afternoon 25 years ago inhaling the sweet air of freedom. It is the Danes who still hold out against all sorts of EU tyrannies, large and small.
They still chew their lethal carcinogenic tobacco; they still eat their red-dyed frankfurters; they still use the krone rather than the euro; they still refuse to let foreigners buy holiday homes in Jutland; and of course it was the heroic population of Denmark that on that magnificent day in June 1992 stuck two fingers up to the elites of Europe and voted down the Maastricht treaty – and though that revolt was eventually crushed by the European establishment (as indeed, note, they will try to crush all such revolts), that great nej to Maastricht expressed something about the Danish spirit: a genial and happy cussedness and independence.
It is a spirit you see everywhere on the streets of Copenhagen in the veneration for that supreme embodiment of vehicular autonomy, the bicycle. The Danes don’t cycle with their heads down, grimly, in Lycra, swearing at people who get in their way. They wander and weave helmetless down the beautiful boulevards on clapped-out granny bikes, with a culture of cycling in which everyone is treated with courtesy and respect. Yes, if you wanted to visit a country that seemed on the face of it to embody the principles of JS Mill – that you should be able to do what you want provided you do no harm to others – I would advise you to head for wonderful, wonderful Copenhagen.
If you tell me that the burqa is oppressive, then I am with you. If you say that it is weird and bullying to expect women to cover their faces, then I totally agree
So I was a bit surprised to see that on August 1 the Danes joined several other European countries – France, Germany, Austria, Belgium – in imposing a ban on the niqab and the burka – those items of Muslim head-gear that obscure the female face. Already a fine of 1000 kroner – about £120 – has been imposed on a 28-year-old woman seen wearing a niqab in a shopping centre in the north eastern town of Horsholm. A scuffle broke out as someone tried to rip it off her head. There have been demonstrations, on both sides of the argument. What has happened, you may ask, to the Danish spirit of live and let live?
If you tell me that the burka is oppressive, then I am with you. If you say that it is weird and bullying to expect women to cover their faces, then I totally agree – and I would add that I can find no scriptural authority for the practice in the Koran. I would go further and say that it is absolutely ridiculous that people should choose to go around looking like letter boxes; and I thoroughly dislike any attempt by any – invariably male – government to encourage such demonstrations of “modesty”, notably the extraordinary exhortations of President Ramzan Kadyrov of Chechnya, who has told the men of his country to splat their women with paintballs if they fail to cover their heads.
I am against a total ban because it is inevitably construed – rightly or wrongly – as being intended to make some point about Islam
If a constituent came to my MP’s surgery with her face obscured, I should feel fully entitled – like Jack Straw – to ask her to remove it so that I could talk to her properly. If a female student turned up at school or at a university lecture looking like a bank robber then ditto: those in authority should be allowed to converse openly with those that they are being asked to instruct. As for individual businesses or branches of government – they should of course be able to enforce a dress code that enables their employees to interact with customers; and that means human beings must be able to see each other’s faces and read their expressions. It’s how we work.
All that seems to me to be sensible. But such restrictions are not quite the same as telling a free-born adult woman what she may or may not wear, in a public place, when she is simply minding her own business.

After actually reading the above, do you find offence with it? I don't and yet the ethical latte class feel it is racist. Really, please point out where.

US: Staving children found in New Mexico taught to attack US Schools

(Amalia) On Friday armed police stormed a compound near the Colorado/New Mexico  border, on Friday to search for three-year-old Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj, who went missing last year from his home in Georgia by his father, 39-year-old Siraj Wahhaj. Instead of finding the ill child they found

five adults and 11 other children who "looked like third-world country refugees," living in squalor with little food and no clean water.

Whilst the FBI had the compound under aerial surveillance.  Law enforcement only acted after they were alerted by a police detective that he had received a message from one of the "females asking for help, stating the family was starving and needed money and food." The raid failed to find the child, but after speaking to one of the children, they found he had died and been buried, and his remains were found on Monday. But the story gets darker, apparently the father of the child and the leader of this cult was teaching the children to attack schools in the US. Gee get that, brainwashing children to murder others simply because they subscribed to a different faith. Meanwhile pressure groups such as CAIR keep on screaming about 'Islamophobia'