OPPRESIVE FACE WEAR?

9 03 2010

Turkey has done it; France is in the process of doing it, yet in merry England we still encourage the horribly unsocial act of wearing the burka. This face prison is the single greatest act an individual can carry out to discourage the integration of various cultures into society.

It really has no other purpose than to keep women down.  I’ve heard the arguments that some women choose to wear it of their own free will but I’ve known women in the past whose idea of pleasure is receiving pain (I have been around); should we legalise wife beating?

It’s not pretty to look at, like the Angel of Death is doing her shopping down Tesco in Harrow. I’m a grown man and I find this offensive bit of cloth intimidating.

We live in such a security conscious city it seems bizarre, I wonder if I went down to Buckingham Palace wearing a balaclava and decided to take a few tourist pictures for the holiday album, how long before I’m picked up and given my 90 internment days without trial?

In a climate where the BNP is gaining ground, this frightful piece of headwear is like lighting a fire under the backside of the bigoted face (sic) of Britain. I know people will want accuse me of racism by writing these things, but you can’t because I’m not. I am simply a concerned citizen who also came to this country for a better life; the only difference with me is I didn’t expect to be able force my ways and customs on the indigenous Britons.

You may argue that being Irish my way of life is much more similar to the English way than others, read Irish history; we’ve more reason to grind the axe than most. But acting like that is really in no-one’s best interests.

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9 03 2010
Brian

Paul – Are you angling for a job as a rent a quote for The Sun?

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