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  • ross1948 20:53 on June 27, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Mama Stasi’s Minister Backs Backward Burkinis 

    Burkinis are now okay as far as Mama Stasi’s Minister Franziska Giffey is concerned.

    We know her SPD party is not noted for tolerance…

    ‘Himmler’ Maas Calls On Secret Police to Undermine Patriots! 

    Hitler’s SPD Heirs – ‘Media Must Gag Critics of Crimmigration!’ 

    …but this Socialist extremist’s readiness to tolerate an affront to the very principle of integration suggests she must be desperate to lose her party the next election.


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    The Burkini-Fan Ministrix


    Or not.

    She’s been busily back-tracking after one really big row broke out, when ‘she justified wearing’   https://www.rt.com/news/430974-germany-minister-burkini-school/ the bizarre outfit favoured by fanatics when girls attend school swimming lessons.

    Muslims are not obliged to dress as if they live in the 15th century. Just come down to Bali, here, in Indonesia, and see all the Jakarta gals who delight in dressing like normal women on the beach.



    When women migrate to Germany, they must shuck off benighted ‘cultural’ cr-p and when they wish to swim, should agreeably resemble the delights depicted in the AfD election poster.


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    Of course there are primitives who would force all women into de-feminised, horrid gear, like this below, which we have shown you before…

    ‘Fathers, Husbands…

    …Their Private Parts Are Your Responsibility.’

    …not just primitive but downright offensive, ordering the men in the family to dictate dress-codes.

    But incredibly, there are voices raised in the Minister of Appeasement’s support, like this –

    “Giffey is actually right. Burkinis are justifiable. All children learn to swim and there is no reason to ban [girls] wearing burkinis from that,” said one of creepy-crawl Giffey’s fans on social media, who is either very stupid or just very determined to misrepresent the issue…



    …because the girls are not being banned, simply told to act like normal German girls and change out of those ridiculous things and enjoy the swimming lessons with their class-mates.

    If these poor kids’ parents are the problem, then they should be told to sod off home to wherever they came from and where they may find schools with rules that suit their shallow prejudices.

    • Ken Kasic 21:13 on June 27, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I was just commenting on your Mad Cow Maxine post when this popped up so I might as well stay here at my desk and applaud you again.
      If people want to live in a Western country, they have to accept that backward customs have to be left back home.

      None of that “I divorce you” repeated three times and the wife lands in the trash can. No three or four wives for the over-sexed man but women making do with one no-good husband.
      No burkas. No burkinis.
      Like you, I’ve spent time in Muslim majority countries and I know that most Muslim women are not into these hideous things that make them look like stranded seals.
      It’s time these women grew out of their bad habits and it’s past time they stopped inflicting their bad habits on their daughters.


    • Fiona 21:49 on June 27, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      These things should be discouraged in any pool. They are unsightly and just a way for these foreign prudes to parade how stubborn they are about not integrating in the country they have chosen to live in.
      It’s even more important that they be banned in public schools because schools are for education but also are meant to promote social cohesion.
      German schools should be producing normal well-balanced German girls, not catering to alien misfits.


  • ross1948 19:47 on August 27, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , burkini, Daria Saafi, , ,   

    France24 Fails The Burkini Balance Test, Again! 

    Again this morning I subjected myself to France24, and again, expecting a total lack of impartiality, I was not disappointed.

    Appalled, yes, that they chose to stock their media show with ‘Paris-based journalists,’ all shrill left-libs, at least two of them non-French, all of them ranting their glee at the Council of State’s ruling against the burka ban.

    Christopher DICKEY – Foreign editor at the Daily Beast

    I checked him out via wikipedia….

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    In 1983-1984, Dickey was an Edward R. Murrow Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations…He frequently comments about breaking events on MSNBC, CNN, France 24, BBC TV, BBC World Service and Al Jazeera, as well as other local, national and international broadcasts.


    Anne BAGAMERY – Senior Editor, Intl. New York Times

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    Working for the most notoriously left-liberal American newspaper, she recently took French nationality, the easier, I suppose, to carp and whine about the views held by most of her fellow-citizens.

    The other two were –

    Patrick SMITH  – Editor in Chief, The Africa Report


    Leela JACINTO – International News Reporter, France 24

    The latter pair may or may not be French. Maybe readers know.

    But whatever, it was tiresome to listen to them, all harping on the folly of France, not one of them on the side of the majority of the French people (64% as we mentioned a day ago ) and they all chortled in comradely fashion at cartoons mocking the ban.

    Watch it yourself – http://www.france24.com/en/20160826-twtw-italy-syria-burkini-part-one


    It is their right, of course, to harbour such contempt for the people of the country they live in.

    But does France24 not have any duty to bring on at least ONE patriotic French journo who sides with his or her own people?

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    If the panel were in any way a reflection of the mood of the nation, there’d be two or three out of four, with pinko shrills in a minority, but for pity’s sake….could that channel, if only for the sake of a semblance of balance, find even ONE dissenter from the left-liberal in-crowd’s pro-burkini consensus!   

    Or as I wondered yesterday…


      … is the French press so permeated with bias that France24 can’t find ANYONE to give balance to these disconnected creeps?

    I had a quick flick to satisfy my curiosity, and duly unearthed this fascinating study about the behavior of the French media during the campaign for the 29 May 2005 referendum on the Treaty Establishing a Constitution for Europe.  http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0176268005000777

    EU - referendum vote

    The media were biased in favour of the Treaty….leading people who felt that the media were disconnected from the people’s concerns to vote against the Treaty.

    Interesting. Times haven’t changed much!

    While no dissenting presence was permitted on this morning’s panel, a few views contrary to the media in-crowd’s were allowed a brief hearing.

    The best was that of an Iranian exile, a real refugee, not one of Mama Stasi Merkel’s shariah imports but a brave Muslim lady, who actually knows something about the realities of Islamist iniquity.

    Her name’s DaryaSafai…

     Darya Safai

    …and she put the issue in perspective.

    .“They grow up in a society where women learn to be subjugated, like we put a dog on a collar and they learn to obey us.”
    You can read more about her here. https://inews.co.uk/essentials/news/world/iranian-womens-rights-campaigner-supports-burkini-ban-france/


    France24’s dogs bark, and the appeasement caravan rolls on.

  • ross1948 13:07 on August 26, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Has France24 Just Exposed Shocking Media Bias? 

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    A slow and even downright slothful day today, but must report that I have just watched France 24 news, their media round-up, their focus being on the burkini bans, a not unreasonable focus, since the Council of State, the country’s highest court, will today rule on their legality.


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    Please note – it’s flying the enemy flag beside France’s


    • But what was notable was the unanimity of the media they quoted from, all critical of the ban, even a Catholic paper called La Croix.
    • Yet only minutes later, the same presenter told us that no less than SIXTY FOUR PER CENT of French citizens, in a poll, supported the ban.

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    I know which I’d prefer to see on a French, or any, beach!

    This raises a very interesting question.

    Did France24 deliberately choose only pro-burkini media to use as their examples of opinion, and if so why?

    Or did pro-burkini media have to be chosen because there are no French media which support the ban?



    In which case, why are the media so utterly out of step with the people they’re meant to inform?

    I don’t speak much French, so have not tried to check if the level of bias we see in Anglo-Saxon media is matched in La Belle France.

    Perhaps our readers there can advise us? 

    • Leslie L 18:56 on August 26, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I find these people who defend the burkini so tiresome. The shariah culture does not belong in Europe and France should be as committed to civilised Western standards as Switzerland.
      The Swiss showed the way forward with an important ruling this year.
      Four young aliens who registered for school then refused to join the required swimming class because they would have to behave like normal Swiss girls and swim with boys.

      This awkward squad got a shock when their applications for citizenship were ruled inadmissible. Their refusal to adapt to their new country was seen as proof they were unfit to become Swiss.
      http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/switzerland-citizenship-muslim-girls-refuse-swim-boys-islam-immigration-europe-a7111601.html .
      If more of these people were treated with this kind of Swiss wisdom, Western countries would be seen to have some backbone.
      That’s why i hope the French Council of State rules against burkinis tonight.


    • Amlan 22:21 on August 26, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      So the ban is no more. The French may not persecute and bully the Muslims. This is a lesson all European countries will learn.
      You who do not like this must better move out of France and find another country. The old Europe is gone and a new Europe is coming. People have no choice now.


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