“The society which has abolished every kind of adventure makes its own abolition the only possible adventure.” Paris, May 1968


Tuesday, 10 September 2013

The lady in black.

The so called "religions of The Book" have much in common, and none of it is partticulary progresive.
British lefties make apologies for Islam and whine about the "right" of women to be hidden behind the burqa. The Burka Avenger is more my cup of tea.

1 comment:

Dr Llareggub said...

Nice one. You will be in trouble with the left and anarchists.This is waaaycism! Women's dress and religion.During WW2 were many Italian POWs in the small Welsh town where I grew up. Some stayed on after the war and worked in the local brickworks and farms. They sent for their wives and families.Most of the women wore black from head to foot and some wore veils. Apparently it was required form of mourning for relatives back in Italy and they wore black for months on end. Some spent most of their youth in black. Young women dreaded letters from Italy in case they informed of family deaths.Gradually, some of the women rebelled and wore fashionable clothes. Local women supported them telling them not to listen to superstitious rubbish, and the practice ended.Fortunately there were no anarchists around to support this conservative practice, condemn critics as racists, and deny a platform to anyone who opposed.Fortunately the beliefs were not backed by a large amount of Saudi money flooding into universities and opinion forming outlets, details of which would be censored by anarchist blogs. The women are still there, some of their daughters opened fashion shops, and merged with the locals. Thank goodness the left were not around to enforce their subjugation.

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