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Gumbo Robot
16th June 2015, 08:08
Wonder if she does rum and raisin?

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2015/06/15/22/299F719900000578-0-image-m-15_1434405478011.jpg

Dewsbury - breeding ground for jihadis (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3125530/The-breeding-ground-jihadis-ice-cream-lady-wears-burka-great-textile-town-Dewsbury-undergone-terrible-transformation.html)

d000hg
16th June 2015, 08:13
The breeding ground for jihadis where even the ice cream lady wears a burkaExcept that wearing a Burka is not an indicator for extremism, and this article is just an incitement to hatred and disharmony.

BrilloPad
16th June 2015, 08:17
Nothing wrong with wearing a Burka. As long as you are not forced to. And as long as you are not driving a car. Makes it hard to see properly.

Gumbo Robot
16th June 2015, 08:37
Except that wearing a Burka is not an indicator for extremism, and this article is just an incitement to hatred and disharmony.

Depends what you mean by extremism.

Maybe some would say wearing a burka is an incitement to disharmony?

But you're probably right - I read things like this, get hot under the collar and that is the precise intention. Classic divide & rule.

DimPrawn
16th June 2015, 08:43
Wonder if she does rum and raisin?

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2015/06/15/22/299F719900000578-0-image-m-15_1434405478011.jpg

Dewsbury - breeding ground for jihadis (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3125530/The-breeding-ground-jihadis-ice-cream-lady-wears-burka-great-textile-town-Dewsbury-undergone-terrible-transformation.html)

But what sort of low life human garbage does this kind of thing attract? Is it just front to buy weapons from some dodgy arms dealer, in exchange for free ice cream?

http://i.huffpost.com/gadgets/slideshows/269317/slide_269317_1872260_free.jpg

SimonMac
16th June 2015, 09:14
Except that wearing a Burka is not an indicator for extremism, and this article is just an incitement to hatred and disharmony.

So you are saying all Christians are not Klansmen?

Have you ever noticed nearly all extremists are religious, maybe God* is the problem




(*replace with your flavour of deity)

d000hg
16th June 2015, 09:27
Maybe some would say wearing a burka is an incitement to disharmony?Generally, the people who say that are the ones looking for a reason to punch someone.

Gumbo Robot
16th June 2015, 09:38
Generally, the people who say that are the ones looking for a reason to punch someone.

Not really. I identify somebody wearing a burqa as belonging to a a group that has clearly rejected our way of life and is , moreover, clearly in contempt of it.

I used to live in areas with high proportions of Muslims back in the 80s and you'd never see women dressed in headgear of any kind, let alone a burqa. To me, it's a symbol of the radicalisation that has been allowed to gain a foothold post 9-11 and is a symbol of defiance against the western values this generation of Muslims puports to hate so much.

EternalOptimist
16th June 2015, 09:43
Wonder if she does rum and raisin?

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2015/06/15/22/299F719900000578-0-image-m-15_1434405478011.jpg



that's a bloke in that picture

d000hg
16th June 2015, 09:44
Have you ever noticed nearly all extremists are religious, maybe God* is the problemOr just makes an excellent fall guy since He generally won't contradict what you claim He's saying/ordering.

vetran
16th June 2015, 09:45
Generally, the people who say that are the ones looking for a reason to punch someone.

If you don't find being with someone who is only willing grudgingly to show their eyes slightly uncomfortable you have a future in the IRA.

EternalOptimist
16th June 2015, 09:46
Or just makes an excellent fall guy since He generally won't contradict what you claim He's saying/ordering.

power without responsibility ? what a strange fellow you are

d000hg
16th June 2015, 09:47
I might find it a little uncomfortable but that's hardly the same as saying it's inciting anything. I find people covered in tattoos and piercings disquieting, but so what? We don't say people shouldn't wear sunglasses, and covering your eyes is more effective than covering your face at hiding your thoughts.

NotAllThere
16th June 2015, 09:52
...Have you ever noticed nearly all extremists are religious...Having a chat with anyone selling the Socialist Worker should disabuse you of that notion. Or a UKIPper for that matter... :happy

I think the wearing of burqa's in public is not an exercise of freedom of choice, nor about modesty in dress, but rather a statement in favour of a nasty, oppressive, misogynistic interpretation of Islam. https://newhumanist.org.uk/articles/4199/why-feminists-should-oppose-the-burqa

SimonMac
16th June 2015, 09:56
that's a bloke in that picture

I think its Eric Idle

EternalOptimist
16th June 2015, 10:00
I think its Eric Idle

whoever he is, He'll make a bomb in the summer

d000hg
16th June 2015, 10:02
It's fairly well understood that minority groups tend to (unconsciously, mostly) exaggerate accents, culture, etc. I imagine that happens even more when you're not that widely liked/accepted.

SimonMac
16th June 2015, 10:03
whoever he is, He'll make a bomb in the summer

boom boom!

EternalOptimist
16th June 2015, 11:39
boom boom!


he'll probably top himself.


(ice cream, top ?? aw ferrgerrit. :igmc:)

TestMangler
16th June 2015, 11:51
he'll probably top himself.


(ice cream, top ?? aw ferrgerrit. :igmc:)

Hope he doesn't get publicity. They'll be hundreds and thousands of them doing it next.....

barrydidit
16th June 2015, 11:54
Hope he doesn't get publicity. They'll be hundreds and thousands of them doing it next.....

You need to up your game mate, that was flakey.

DimPrawn
16th June 2015, 11:57
Incoming!!!

http://your.asda.com/media/BAhbB1sHOgZmIjAyMDExLzEyLzA4LzE3XzE1XzM1XzM5NV9jYn lfaWNlX2xvbGxpZXMuanBnWwg6BnA6CnRodW1iIgk1NDB4/cby-ice-lollies.jpg

:igmc:

DimPrawn
16th June 2015, 11:59
http://www.artvalue.com/photos/auction/0/44/44856/banksy-1975-united-kingdom-girl-holding-icecream-bomb-2120888.jpg

meridian
16th June 2015, 12:09
It's fairly well understood that minority groups tend to (unconsciously, mostly) exaggerate accents, culture, etc. I imagine that happens even more when you're not that widely liked/accepted.

No we don't. Those of us that want to fit in and be accepted as part of Britain water down our accents and culture so that we are more easily understood and fit in better. It's those that don't want to fit in (for example, those Brits in Spain that are proud to have lived there for 20 years and never learned a word of Spanish) that tend to exaggerate their accents and cultures.

lilelvis2000
16th June 2015, 22:19
Having a chat with anyone selling the Socialist Worker should disabuse you of that notion. Or a UKIPper for that matter... :happy

I think the wearing of burqa's in public is not an exercise of freedom of choice, nor about modesty in dress, but rather a statement in favour of a nasty, oppressive, misogynistic interpretation of Islam. https://newhumanist.org.uk/articles/4199/why-feminists-should-oppose-the-burqa

Ah yes feminism, the farce of the 20th and 21st centuries. Feminist should oppose feminism first than move onto something else.

MicrosoftBob
17th June 2015, 07:53
Having a chat with anyone selling the Socialist Worker should disabuse you of that notion. Or a UKIPper for that matter... :happy

I think the wearing of burqa's in public is not an exercise of freedom of choice, nor about modesty in dress, but rather a statement in favour of a nasty, oppressive, misogynistic interpretation of Islam. https://newhumanist.org.uk/articles/4199/why-feminists-should-oppose-the-burqa

It seems more like the equivilent of Christians just living by the old testament

It's not a weird interpretation of Islam, it's going back to their roots and like you saying rejecting modern western society

d000hg
17th June 2015, 07:55
I don't blame them for rejecting many aspects of "modern western society". I do too!

darmstadt
17th June 2015, 07:59
Is it a Burqa or a Niqab?

https://michaelinmadrid.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/scarf-explain.jpg

Paddy
17th June 2015, 08:11
There is nothing in the Koran to say that women must wear burqas. The only text says that a women should dress modestly. There is even on passage to say that if a boob pops out, the woman should discreetly pop it back into her clothing.

Wearing burqa is just made up by people who believe that going one step further makes themselves more pure just as church going Christians do.