Very bad law


David Davis

This will play into the hands of the more fanatical Islamists who are playing into the hands of the GramscoFabiaNazi fat-controllers.

If a woman is (a) either happy to wear a burkha, or (b) is fool enough to go along with her mail-chauvinist “partner” in being forced to wear one, it is no business of ours or Nicolas Sarkozy’s or of the French Government.

Personally, I think Burkhas are  a very very silly and immature thing to want to wear. It signals nothing but distrust by men in other men, and in their own women. It is also impractical I think, if a woman wants to go to the toilet (I do not know.) It is a hangover from a barbarian pre-liberal age. But it’s not our business. However, murdering butchers, anywhere in the world, are and ought always to be our business whether or not we have any “vital interest”. Like Saddam, whom we happily caused to be hung some years ago.

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6 responses to “Very bad law

  1. chris s outhern

    Totaly agree about the choice of the individual to with the Burkha.

    In regards to Saddam, he was only removed once his use had passed. The excuse for war was that he had items that had been sold to him by those wishing to invade! (Sarin only lasts so long and it was past it’s effective lifetime)

  2. Unfortunately the Muslim ‘community’ has a propensity toward forcing women to wear burkhas through extreme violent intimidation. It isn’t a case of being ”fool enough to go along with her mail-chauvinist “partner” in being forced to wear one” It is a case of semi literate women being controlled in all aspects of their lives through physical brutality. There is no free will involved for very many Muslim women.

    Personally i don’t want to see any manifestations of backward (even in Pakistan the burkha is seen as backward peasant clothing), barbaric anti Western Islamism in my country.

    I’m not sure about the exact application of this law, but i don’t see it as purely a matter of infringements of individual liberty to wear what you want. Islamism must be confronted boldly in order to protect our civilised values.

    It is our business as large parts of our country become Islamic ghettos.

  3. I say good for France. Importing millions of Muslims into Europe was stupid to begin with. But I suppose this burka ban is at least a step in the right direction, as was the minaret ban referendum in Switzerland.

    ‘It is our business as large parts of our country become Islamic ghettos.’

    Exactly.

    ‘However, murdering butchers, anywhere in the world, are and ought always to be our business whether or not we have any “vital interest”.

    What a ridiculous idea. We should be concentrating on looking after our own country, not saving ingrate Muslims from their dictators.

  4. If we allow dictators to strut up and dictate, then we will get more of them. Power is delightful.

    So we must not.

    If I was the Foreign Secretary of a libertarian British (minimalist) government, then I would expect to be advised daily at 08.00 am without fail, by all the Services Staff Chiefs and the Chief of Imperial War Staff, whoever that might be.

    You don’t know if I’m joking or not, do you.

  5. So you’d be happy to fight Islamic Fascism in far off foreign countries, but not face up to it at home?

  6. “Libertarian countries” cannot exist in an anarchic world. The borders of the territories are demarcated by the States that occupy them. Freedom is everyone’s business, as are Human Rights.

    Tony