Dress code of the Islamic Political Party (IAP): Muhammad (May You And All Your Male Relatives Be Exalted) and his political party preferred their gentle ladies to keep it chaste and innocent. The Party is particularly fond of all over body coverage which helps to repress the female sex, thereby preventing its male voters from getting woodies in public and preventing Muslim women from developing an identity outside the shackles of their husbands.
In an article in Queensland’s Courier Mail yesterday (7/10/14), Paul Syvret took Senator Cory Bernardi to task. He implied that Bernardi was being hypocritical for supporting free speech, whilst being against the freedom to wear a religious face covering.
Our leaders here and abroad have been at pains to tell us that local and global Islamic threats have “…nothing to do with Islam/religion.” Yet most reasonable people know that terrorism committed by followers of Islam has everything to do with Islam.
“God! We can’t just sit here and watch this crap! ” “What’s the problem my son?”, asked God. “Look down there, thousands of them, all in masks and cutting other people’s heads off and shooting and bombing things. It’s not very Christian of them.”
Leaving rape allegations aside (and I have been assured there is much more to come on that little issue) the extension to Dyson Heydon’s Royal Commission into Unions by another 12 months seals Shorten’s fate.
The Islamic State last night planted their black flag above the strategically critical Kurdish town of Kobane on the Syrian border with Turkey. Turkish forces made no attempt to assist as they stood by and watched a new pathway being opened up for foreign fighters to freely move from Turkey into Syria and Iraq.
Online newspaper polling late last week showed an overwhelming ‘yes’ to the question: ‘Should the burqa be banned in Australia?'. The yes vote varied somewhere between 60% and 98% depending on the poll. Whatever the reasons, a pretty strong signal has been sent to the Government. So, on what grounds can Australia ban the burqa?
If you’re planning on robbing a jewellery store and pistol whipping the owner, it’s best that your father is a Sydney QC and a friend of the presiding judge or you may well face a jail sentence.
The next international meeting on “climate change” is scheduled for 2015 in Paris and it’s Ban Ki-moon’s last ditch stand to define his tenure as UN Secretary General with meaningful global agreements on emissions.
Okay, I think I’ve figured it out, it’s certainly not a religious requirement as there is no mention of it in the Koran, so it has to be something else that would convince a woman to cover everything.
I cut my teeth in journalism a half century ago interviewing and sketching famous figures for the Canberra Times and I quickly learnt how to smell bullshit a mile away. I set in stone the advice of my first editor, John Allen, when he looked me in the eye and said, “Never say anything you aren’t prepared to defend to the death.”
If we're going to have a debate about banning the burqa, a little honesty wouldn't go astray. A few days ago, a misleading article in the Sydney Morning Herald stated the burqa is a religious requirement. With that false proposition the reporter promptly marched off to a couple of constitutional lawyers seeking advice that a ban on the burqua would be 'unconstitutional' on 'religious grounds'.