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  • ross1948 12:02 am on April 30, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Iran volleyball team, , women's rights,   

    Shorts V Scarves – Zuckwit’s Shariah Collaboration! 


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    Iran – women’s international volleyball team, in pre-barbarous times (top) and (below) under the ayatollah terror

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    How sad to see how low that land has sunk…

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    What a contrast…

    …between those nice, healthy, normal women at the top, dressed as sportswomen should be…

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    ..and those sad-sacks down below, maybe nice and healthy and, underneath the shariah-shrouding, normal, but very clearly subject to sectarian sexist oppression.

    Male teams from Iran are not bullied into mediaeval garb, after all, are they?

    But we all know that women in barbaric societies are forced into backward clothing.

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    ‘Fathers and husbands, it’s YOUR duty to cover them up!’

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    So what’s new?

    What’s new is that Mark Zuckwit’s shariah geekstapo BANNED a woman from Facebook for thirty days…

    https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/12224/facebook-censorship-germany

    …for posting that picture!

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    Obama’s ideological catamite, as we have said before.

    But read that Gatestone link!

    A German lawyer has won a case against Zuckwit’s pro-crimmigrant censorship!

     

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    • Petra Malley 11:24 pm on April 30, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Facebook is foul.
      However, that German court case is intriguing.
      I am sending the volleyball photo to everybody I know.
      I wonder which one of Zucker’s nafri employees it was who penalised the person who posted it. I don’t expect he will identify his sharia censors and explain what qualifications they have to make their arbitrary, prejudiced rulings, but he needs to be pressured on the issue.,

    • Edward Lamont 2:40 pm on May 1, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Women who look like women, above, women dressed to disguise their womanhood, below.
      Says it all.

  • ross1948 5:31 pm on March 18, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , women's rights   

    A Little Late, But Worth Watching – Middle East Barbarism 


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    • Edward Lamont 8:08 pm on March 18, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      It was interesting to watch this.
      The more we watch the better, because in the UK it’s getting hard to hear or read anything non-left, with journalists being handcuffed and deported and even Speaker’s Corner policed by Amber Rudd’s monitor cops.

  • ross1948 4:00 pm on March 3, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Aurore Berge French MP, , , Evie Burrows Taylor, , , pinko kill-joy, , , women's rights   

    Hey-Hey, Ho-Ho! Sexy Gals Have Got To Go! 


    Firstly, my apologies for the headline – I find that imbecilic millennial chant – ‘hey-hey, ho-ho‘ – irksome in the extreme…

    … so am using it to mock the misery-guts hackette whose rant I’m contemplating today.

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    It’s a lovely sunny morning here in Jakarta, and I’m hoping the arvo too will afford me another chance to bask like a beached whale in my front yard, as I did yesterday, neglecting my blog.

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    I often go indoors and out, to get coffee, which requires me to move around in that small space clad only in my shorts, visible to anyone going past, if they care to look.

    The house next door is empty, but were it suddenly to be occupied by a winsome Indonesian wench, of whom there are LOTS, like these…

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    … I’d not be loud in my protests, were she to engage in sunbathing in similar attire!

    Meanwhile, in France, where sexy women were once held in high esteem, shrews galore have been assailing a lady for looking yummy on TV.

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    OPINION: It's not sexist to say this French MP shouldn't wear revealing clothes on TV

    Aurore as seen on TV.  The old guy doesn’t seem upset by the proximity of a pretty filly!

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    So today I find myself in the unexpected role of defender of a Macronette, the gal in question being an MP for the French President’s party, Aurore Berge, who dared display a spot of cleavage and a dash of thigh on a talk-show!

    The (verbal) assailant whose whining has alerted me to Mamselle Berge’s agreeable ‘aurat‘ ( an Indonesian word – you should insert it in my ‘Search’ space to the right) is given far too many column inches in – of course – The Leftal, sorry, The Local, and her name’s Evie Burrows-Taylor…

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    Lefty Hackette Echoes Islamists- Don’t Dare Enjoy Beauty! 

    …a kill-joy pinko whom we’ve come across before!

    She’s up in arms about the MP’s appearance, allegedly because Berge was not dressed ‘appropriately’ for a discussion on political issues.

    The Leftal’s dreary headline tells us enough about her mentality.

    ‘It’s Not Sexist To Say MPs Shouldn’t Wear Revealing Clothes On TV!’

    Unravel the double-negative and read her entire litany of grievance for yourselves.  https://www.thelocal.fr/20180227/opinion-its-not-sexist-to-say-mps-shouldnt-wear-revealing-clothes-on-tv

    But methinks  little Evie is more vexed about girls looking attractive ANYWHERE, since that previous mention here arose from her dismay that Miss World contestants attracted a huge audience!

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    • Vanessa 5:50 pm on March 3, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Evie is a narrow-minded hypocrite, isn’t she, pretending to be upset about the pretty MP showing a bit of leg on tv.
      Unsuitably dressed for the occasion because it wasn’t ‘appropriate?’ Come off it, luvvie!,
      We already know from her disapproval of beauty contests that it’s sexy looks anytime anyplace that really gets her pen moving fast and furious.

    • Ned Ansell 6:11 pm on March 3, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Just need to take a look at the pix, mate.
      Jealousy, innit!

    • Lorne Marzio 7:03 pm on March 3, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Interesting stuff but I like best how you put down that ‘hey-hey’ noise they make.
      They sound like kindergarteners on crystal meth..
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    • Cass 8:13 pm on March 3, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Correction due? Was it Miss World? Or Miss France?
      All those girls are wearing sashes denoting French provinces.
      Not complaining, mind, they all are gorgeous.

    • Jacko 10:56 pm on March 3, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Must agree with you, Ned.
      I cant picture her filling out a swimsuit to match those contestants in the final photo.
      She would look fantastic in a burka though..

  • ross1948 11:15 am on October 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Adriana Venny Aryani, Ayo Poligami, , Lindu Cipta Pranayama, poligami, , women's rights   

    Polygamy Problems For Indonesia’s 50-Year-Old Virgins? 


    Yesterday I was not at my best for blogging, instead engaged in watching tv reports about the monstrous attack in Las Vegas. A dark, depressing day, everywhere, surely.

    So if output was not scintillating ( mostly posts previously scheduled and little fresh work done) my apologies.

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    Today, I’m resorting to local news, which may serve to brighten you up – or appal you, not sure which –  all about the alleged plight of ‘many women in their 40s of 50s who are still virgins and unmarried..’ 

    http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2017/10/03/ayo-poligami-app-attracts-56000-members-new-version-set-to-launch–.html

    Indonesian women are famously ( though not invariably!) beautiful, and it strikes me as improbable that many of them reach early middle-age unwed if they don’t want to do so.

    However, the Jakarta Post article concerns a new app, or ‘ep‘ as they pronounce it here, promoting polygamy!

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    Its creator, a guy named Lindu Cipta Pranayama, described his motivation and target audience.

    “Can you image being in your 40s or 50s but never been touched by a man?” added the 35-year-old, who created the app after failing to find a wife on several dating sites.

    Well, I can imagine that, never having wanted to be ‘touched by a man!’

    But what’s Lindu’s problem? Men don’t need ‘dating sites’ in Jakarta. Just take a walk round the many malls, or even board a bus – never difficult to get chatting to some pleasant lady!

    And I  can’t imagine why all these poor women would have such a problem either. There are plenty of places they can meet chaps.

    I don’t mean the dodgy bars – lots of high-class hotels have ‘ladies’ nights…’

    …and there are all kinds of clubs, societies etc. they can join to meet the like-minded.

    Age is hardly relevant – I have a friend ( not a girl-friend) who calls herself ‘an old lady’ and claims to be be 50, and she is drop-dead gorgeous. Unless there’s something very amiss, Indonesian ladies into their 6th decade can be delightful to behold.

    But why on earth would they contemplate polygamy?

    There has been ‘controversy’ over Lindu’s brain-child, Ayo Poligami, loosely translated as “let’s go polygamy…”… a free smartphone app that matches married and single Muslim men with women who want to create “big families.”

    Not ‘controversy,’ alas, about the iniquitously discriminatory way the multiple spouse law is applied.

    Men who apply to one of the country’s Islamic courts, which have jurisdiction over marriage, are able to take a second wife under certain circumstances.

    So women are second-class citizens – no right for them to take a second husband, in ANY circumstances!

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    To be fair to Indonesia, the report does state that Indonesian law defines marriage as between a man and a woman…

    GOOD!

    As should all countries!

    but…an important but…polygamy is tolerated in certain circumstances, despite being generally frowned upon.

    Good that the sexist practice is frowned on, but a shame it’s not outlawed…

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    …or, if hornies of one sex are catered for, the same approval is not afforded to over-sexed gals.

    Women’s rights protests are being heard, but far too narrowly focused, in my view. Adriana Venny Aryani, speaking for the National Commission on Violence Against Women, claims that –

    “When the husband is practicing polygamy, women are emotionally abused, economically (abused), and sometimes violently.”

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    No doubt.

    But Adrianna has been politically active, in former President SBY’s party. Some might argue that modern-minded citizens of both sexes (please note, I avoid that silly word ‘gender,’ which is better deployed in grammar tomes) should be more usefully involved in getting rid of the entire archaic practice.

    Unlikely, in view of the powerful politicians who themselves indulge in polygamous marriage!

    We looked at this before, part of our post on Malaysia Truly Arabia – Doubly Discriminatory?  being devoted to the related issues in Indonesia.

    Arianna and her colleagues need to square up to such people.

     
    • JazPen 11:33 am on October 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I must agree with you Ross.
      Even sitting here having lunch in a little resto in North Jakarta, it’s never a problem meeting ladies in this city.

    • Jim in Jakarta 12:08 pm on October 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Hohoho!
      I think Lindu must be a little bit more shy than us foreigners, Ross.
      I never have found it hard to get talking to women of all ages here.

  • ross1948 10:18 am on September 27, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Women drivers, women's rights   

    Saudi Women! Today, Driving Licenses, Miniskirts Next? 


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    Saudi Arabia has inched into the 1900s!

    Saudi Arabia to allow women to drive in major milestone for country

    Does the ‘great leap forward’ apply to bikes as well as cars?

    How about turning the Kingdom into a genuinely civilised country…

    …by letting women dress as they please?

     

     
  • ross1948 12:25 pm on September 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , women's rights   

    Wow! REAL ‘Marriage Equality!’ Congratulations, TUNISIA! 


    Tunisia has overturned a law that banned women from marrying non-Muslims.

    A spokeswoman for President Beji Caid Essebsi made the announcement and congratulated women on gaining “the freedom to choose one’s spouse…”

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    It sets apart Tunisia as the first country in the Middle East and North Africa to remove the legal hurdles to marrying outside the official state religion. 

    .   http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-41278610

    Since I have offered harsh criticism of Tunisia recently…

    Tunisia Obstructing Defence Of Europe? Fish Off! 

    …it’s only fair that I now offer congratulations on this splendid news coming out of the North African country.

    Not only is this a major step out of the Dark Ages for women, but also for men, who hitherto could legally be coerced into apostasy to wed the girl they love!

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    Until now, a non-Muslim man who wished to marry a Tunisian Muslim woman had to convert to Islam and submit a certificate of his conversion as proof.

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    Any religion should of course be free to excommunicate congregants who defy its rules.

    But at the same time, no religion should be exalted to a position of secular power, outrageously enabled to call in the state to enforce sectarian dogma.

    We have seen that problem here in Indonesia.

    Cops – “Islamist ‘Scholars’ Can Veto Religious Liberty” 

    That’s why it’s important to distinguish, when we oppose absurd ideas about allowing men to ‘marry’ men, we do so not on the basis of somebody’s theology, but on the simple, glaringly obvious, fact that ‘gay’ marriage flies in the face of nature.

    Tunisia has got a clearer understanding of the concept.   Real ‘marriage equality’ means that any female adult not already married should be free to marry any male adult not already married…

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    .The country banned polygamy as far back as 1956, setting it apart from other Muslim-majority nations.

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    …excluding incestuous relationships, of course, since, like homosexual relationships, they are aberrant.

    But Tunisia has a long way to go.

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    …women in Tunisia still face discrimination, particularly in matters of inheritance which still prioritises sons over daughters.

    Funny, though, that the UN Human Rights Council has not been seen or heard making moves against the many backward nations that maintain such grotesque sexist discriminatory laws.

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    I haven’t read that book, but its title makes a lot of sense!

     
    • Keith Milner 6:40 pm on September 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      You had me confused with this one, Ross.
      I thought you were talking about the ‘marriage equality’ slogan the queers in Australia are using to confuse voters but you were using the words as they should be used.
      Turnbull seems to want to control how we fight the gaystapo by slapping controls on free speech but we are doing alright,
      Even so another one or two of your blog posts to stoke the fires of debate will always be welcome.

    • clairethinker 6:55 pm on September 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Excellent news. Thanks for reporting this, which is so different from what we hear on the mainstream news.

  • ross1948 11:16 am on September 10, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , George Christensen MP, , , , women's rights   

    Sorry, Barnaby Joyce – Appeasement Is No Argument! 


    A narrow defeat for common sense in Australia, where federal conference of the National Party voted by 55-51 not to support a burqa ban.

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    Although George Christensen MP pointed out the obvious security risks of allowing head-shrouded undesirables to roam about ‘in government buildings and other public spaces,

    It seems the delegates in Canberra preferred to follow their party leader, Barnaby Joyce, whom, in the past, I have defended, when he was insulted by that hideous ABC leftist Triola…

    Just Asking- Does Red Vixen Trioli Yet Leech Off ABC’s Public Purse? 

    Virginia Trioli 

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    …but henceforth I may be reluctant to take up bloggy cudgels on his behalf.

    I quote the Deputy Prime Minister’s deeply principled ‘hands-off-the-bag-heads’ argument.

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    Barnaby Joyce says banning the burka could damage Australia’s trade relations with Islamic countries, including Saudi Arabia And Indonesia..

    .http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-09-09/joyce-slaps-down-burka-ban-push-citing-trade-relations/

    I’m tempted to observe that it’s a bit offensive to bracket Indonesia  (where I’ve lived happily for nearly two decades, and where perhaps 1 or 2% of women wear the revolting head-gear) with an absolute sectarian monarchy where women are such second-class citizens that, last I heard, they’re not allowed to drive a car!

    So Saudi Women CAN Look Like Women!?! 

    But let’s move on.

    Since when do Australians tailor their domestic laws and customs to keep in with foreign countries?

    If Joyce had come out openly saying he thinks that shariah sexism is just jim-dandy…

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    …I’d be disgusted, but somehow muster a modicum of respect for his candour.

    But he doesn’t say that. He’s quoted in another newspaper as opposing a ban ‘despite disliking the burqa.’

    So for Barnaby it’s not about security or about rescuing women from a barbaric dress-code, but merely a matter of dollars and cents?

    One is obliged to ask just how low Australia’s Deputy PM is prepared to sink to appease Saudi Arabia.

    Please note the Saudis have a bad record of arrogant intrusion into the internal affairs of more civilised countries.

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    Saudi Arabia and other Islamic countries accused Norway of doing too little to protect its Muslim minority, with Saudi Arabia calling for all criticism of religions or their prophets to be made illegal.

    What next, Barnaby?

     

     
    • Keith Milner 11:33 am on September 10, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      You got it right. We should ban the head-bag.
      If they want to wear it indoors, it’s up to them, but not outdoors where it’s an insult to every Australian principle.
      The same security principle should be used to prohibit Antifa masks too.

    • Uncle Oz 12:10 pm on September 10, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Before this Barnaby Joyce was a sensible man, I always thought, but now I am having a re-think.
      I feel sorry for those women in Arabia but I don’t see how we can do anything for them.
      So why should Australia worry what they think about our country?

      Unless he’s saying both countries allow women a free choice on burka-wearing?

    • Jerry Jerman 12:45 pm on September 10, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I have seen tonight that one of these savages attacked a Berlin shop assistant for selling lingerie.
      Police will have difficulty in finding her because her head was covered. http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/09/07/niqab-clad-woman-assaults-saleswoman-lingerie-islamic-headscarves/
      The burka wearers are as you often say primitives and should get no home among Europeans.

  • ross1948 5:55 pm on August 28, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ALbour, , Denis McShane, , Pakistani 'cousin' marriage, , , Rotherham grooming gangs, women's rights   

    Guardian Hands Europhiliac Ex-Con A Megaphone! 


    Denis McShane is a despicable man.

    I don’t say that because he writes for the Guardian, nor even for the rot he included in his most recent scribblings in that far-left newspaper.

    Three reasons remainers should stop calling for a second referendum on Brexit

    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/aug/23/remainers-second-referendum-brexit

    Nor do I say that because he was sentenced to prison under the Theft Act…

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    …though I do wonder why he only served six weeks of a six month sentence.

    McShane is despicable because he was the Labour MP for Rotherham, who, after the grooming gang scandal broke, admitted that he had been aware of what he saw as the problems of cousin marriage and the oppression of women within parts of the Muslim community in Britain, but:

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    “Perhaps yes, as a true Guardian reader, and liberal leftie, I suppose I didn’t want to raise that too hard. I think there was a culture of not wanting to rock the multicultural community boat if I may put it like that.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/law-and-order/11063885/Rotherham-and-the-toxic-legacy-of-multiculturalism.html

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    The author of that Telegraph article suggested that some might think it an attempt at a self-deprecating joke, and not a particularly funny one. MacShane was never a funny man and since he was detained at Her Majesty’s pleasure he has found even less to laugh about.

    Indeed.

    But this callous indifference, ideologically driven,  towards his constituents in Rotherham then…

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    …towards iniquities suffered by women whom he was elected to Westminster to represent, comes shining through in his Guardian article last week, urging that the people’s decision be overturned, that at some stage the House of Commons can move away from the current veneration of a referendum result…=

    BTW, does the Guardian not have enough Remoaners without criminal records, that it has to dredge the swamp and bring in this sleazy specimen?

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    It’s surely curious that when you tap on his name as their scribbler, they make no mention of his disgrace and imprisonment.

    All you learn of him is this –

     Denis MacShane is the former minister for Europe and author of Brexit, No Exit: Why (in the End) Britain Won’t Leave Europe

    Is he a big pal of the Guardian editor? McShane’s article is misleadingly headlined!

    For he is NOT arguing against a second referendum, but rather that it not be now, for fear, he admits, that an early second referendum without proper planning and preparation could end up with the worst of all worlds for the anti-isolationist camp – namely, a confirmation of the June 2016 result. 

    The rest of his article is near unreadable, but the link is somewhere near the top of my page, if you are consumed with political masochism today.

     

     
  • ross1948 6:10 pm on May 20, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , women's rights   

    Bravo, Melania! A Fine First Lady! Such A Contrast With The Crawlers! 


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    There she is, Mrs. Trump, looking like a normal woman, blonde hair blowing slightly in the breeze, absolutely NO head-shrouding as she meets the Arab King.

    What a healthy, indeed refreshing contrast with those sicko appeasement bints we saw a few months ago!

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    Or indeed that dismal dame who shamed Australia with her sycophantic scarfing stunt in the land ruled by evil ayatollahs.

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    Melania today has shown that no woman should ever feel obliged to cover her head.


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    Unless men do too! .

     

     
    • Ben Baniek 8:13 pm on May 20, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Yes, she is a beauty.
      After those 8 years of Obama we need some glamor in the White House and Lord knows those poor Arabs need to see how women should look.

  • ross1948 12:12 am on April 29, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , , women's rights   

    Bloody Belgians! But Did UK Also Back Shariah Sexist Saudis? 


    Norway’s opposition parties have asked in parliament that the government confirm whether it voted for Saudi Arabia’s inclusion in a UN women’s rights commission.  https://www.thelocal.no/20170426/norway-opposition-demands-answer-over-saudi-arabia

    Good to see two parties are demanding answers.

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    No civilised government should have had anything to do with giving a role on any body concerned with women’s well-being to Saudi Arabia or any regime that adheres to shariah law.

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    But whilst the answer to those parties’ questions is important in itself, it will  – or should – have a ripple effect, hopefully replicated in every Western nation, because, as UN Watch says, at least five EU states must have voted for the Saudis to serve a four-year term on the commission in the secret ballot.

    And now one such craven creep country has been unmasked, Belgium!

    Belgium “sorry” it helped elect Saudi Arabia to UN women’s rights

    You’d think with so many undesirable aliens infesting their own capital city…

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    ….that the Belgian Government would understand the need to oppose shariah iniquity at every opportunity.

    Not so! And decent citizens of most every party and of all creeds there are up in arms.

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    Any European regime endorsing sexist shariah should be named, shamed and sanctioned! It’s akin to civilisational treason.

    Remember, almost exactly three years ago, these damnable Dark Agerss were trying to extend their intolerance into Europe!

    Saudi Arabia and other Islamic countries accused Norway of doing too little to protect its Muslim minority, with Saudi Arabia calling for all criticism of religions or their prophets to be made illegal.

    It’s crazy.

    The governments of Hungary and Poland are undergoing scrutiny and the threat of sanctions merely for how they run their own countries. Heavier censures by far are surely merited on those giving aid and comfort to the backward brutes in Riyadh?

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    As UN Watch’s Administrative Director, Hillel Neuer, has pointed out, every woman in Saudi must have a male guardian who makes all critical decisions on her behalf, controlling a woman’s life from her birth until death.

    What ignorant savages!

    So are MPs in the parliaments of France, Sweden, Norway, and the UK now out to ascertain the guilt or innocence of their governments in this scandal?

    We heard Mrs. May some months back expressing her high opinion of shariah.

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    So it would not surprise me in the least if she had authorised her UN minions to stab decency in the back.

    Unfortunately, all the MPs in the UK are no longer in a position to serve their constituents. With an election called, they cease to be MPs until they’re re-elected.

    So with May determined to avoid proper debates – Theresa May rules out participating in TV debates before election – it’ll be up to the media to cross-examine her, or her Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson.

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    If they admit to the betrayal of civilised values, they should be told to resign by the parliament due to be elected in June.

     
    • Pamela 3:52 pm on April 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I’m beginning to detest May as much as I detested Cameron.
      It would come as no surprise if she had her UN ambassador vote for Saudi Arabia.
      She was defending shariah not long ago, after all, and Saudis are putting shariah theory into practice.

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