Round 'em up

A round up of articles of interest

How bombers' town is turning into an enclave for Muslims

Muslim MP says Shut the fuck up

Islam, like Christianity, is not above criticism

The left-wing site Iraq Body Count says why the Lancet reports is a about as accurate as George Galloway having never met Saddam.

In the light of such extreme and improbable implications, a rational alternative conclusion to be considered is that the authors have drawn conclusions from unrepresentative data.

The Dewsbury Dalek ....Exterminate! Exterminate!


Who ate all the burqas?

If you walk in to a bank and you have a hood on they would ask you to remove it so they can see your identity. So why are people afraid to ask Muslim women to remove the veil of seperation?

Shame on the world

14 Responses to “Round 'em up”

  1. # Blogger Jez

    I wish I knew why religious wear is suddenly a problem in Britain, reknowned for it's tolerance. That said, it never used to be a problem in France, either, until certain politicians and intellectuals decided to whip up fear and terror in people's hearts.  

  2. # Blogger jonz

    I wish I knew why, after 9/11, and subsequent Muslim terrorist atrocities, British Muslims are finding themselves increasingly "religious".

    And at any rate, she did not wear the veil to the interview.

    The kids couldn't understand her. Her behaviour of wearing the veil in the classrom has been condemned by mainstreamn British muslim organisations such as the MCB.

    The niqab is not required in Islam, certainly not in front of children.

    Do you Jez think she is right to wear a cloak covering her whole body except her eyes whilst teaching children?  

  3. # Blogger Alison

    Sorry Jez saw your manif. Sarko - on te dit OUI  

  4. # Blogger jonz


  5. # Blogger Alison

    Yes to Sarkozy..YES! Save France and open up their pitiful job market. Relieve London of the middle class baby frogs who say no to reform at home, deny the kids in the banlieues, and then rock up here to work ;) (all in fewer words lol)

    Re the cartoon 'Lesson 1', perhaps the blackboard should read:

    Women and equal to men

    Re the man in the middle second cartoon. I dont feel sorry for him at all. Men are the ones who subjugate the one on the left. And if the ayatollah wannabes of this world had their way the woman on his right wouldnt be quite so ...'powerful'.  

  6. # Anonymous alison

    oops women ARE not 'and'...  

  7. # Blogger jonz

    Re the man in the middle second cartoon. I dont feel sorry for him at all. Men are the ones who subjugate the one on the left

    This dalek is quite happy to subjugate herself, saving men the trouble.

    What do you mean you dont feel sorry for him?! Why would you say that?! LOL  

  8. # Anonymous alison

    Did she. LOL. And for a second there i thought islam was a misogynist load of crap. I must be mistaken.

    A better question would be why should i feel sorry for him?  

  9. # Blogger jonz

    Why would you feel sorry for anyone?!

    LOL! I don't feel sorry for him. I do think it embodies some of the bizzare post-feminist problems we have in modern society though.

    On the one hand we have miss subjugation and we have miss tits out on the other hand!

    If a women deliberately dresses sexily at work she shouldnt be complaining when she gets male attention!  

  10. # Anonymous Anonymous

    Yeah. Maybe i should feel sorry for him...aahh. I like your review of post feminism jonz! So she cant dress to please herself - and if she does she has to put up with letching, groping at work?! I thought that's what the 'dont touch' thing was saying in relation to her rather than 'no male attention'. Course if she dresses sexily she can handle the attention but that isnt to say she deserves anything or cant complain if it goes too far. Took a while to get us beyond Benny Hill jonz.  

  11. # Blogger jonz

    Let's not get hysterical now ;)

    Of course she doesn't deserve to be groped and of course she should complain if it goes to far.

    What annoys me is when you see those women on the train with their boobs out for all to see, and they catch you having a look and they look at you like your the scum of the earth!! It's like - well cover you boobs up then love!!

    Sexual relations between men and women require responsibility on both sides.

    I happen to think both ways to dress (or not) are quite extreme. She would be described as decadent by muslim critics..  

  12. # Blogger jonz

    for a second there i thought islam was a misogynist load of crap.

    No, you were dead right there!

    This picture I think is especially harrowing (please don't click if easily upset)  

  13. # Anonymous Cllr. Gavin Ayling

    I thought women were buried to their necks for the sake of being 'humane'...

    The man on the second cartoon should just look to his left.  

  14. # Blogger Alison

    im currently watching sean connery as james bond...ah those were the days eh jonz?! ;)  

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