Boris Johnson

BORIS Attacked AGAIN Over Burka Comments

ONCE again, Boris’ ‘Burka comments’ have resurfaced in the national media, in a clear effort to discredit him from being a valid Tory leadership contendor and to further the illogical exploitation of political correctness currently gripping Britain.

The latest furore over Boris Johnson’s comments -including a recent irate lecture delivered by a leading Muslim Council of Britain Rep – merely provides yet another dose of itchy-scalp syndrome among the rapidly declining number of sane-minded citizens left in this green and pleasant land of ours.

If I said to you that a Nun looked like a penguin, would you call me a “racist” or furiously claim that I were promoting hatred against Christians?

LEFT: A traditional Nun’s veil. RIGHT: Islamic Burka.

Of course you wouldn’t (and good for you!).

Yet if I were to then say that a woman wearing a burka (a symbol of sexist medievalist oppression, found NOWHERE in the Koran, often forced upon women by fanatical bigoted men, even here, in a country where such practises should not be tolerated, and an item of restrictive clothing currently being joyfully removed and burned by women in eastern countries recently liberated from the evil grasp of ISIS) just so happens to look like a “letterbox onesie”, many here in Britain – perhaps even you yourself – wouldn’t think twice about passionately branding me a “racist”, about screaming from the hilltops or frantically tapping into a keyboard that I were promoting hatred towards Muslims.

Think about that for a moment.

Boris offers tea to journalists staking-out his home for comments on his burka comments.

Society – you and I included – has been brainwashed into feeling so adverse to and all-out scared of causing offence, so illogically angered at any criticism of Islam, even when criticism is blatantly warranted, that we are now not only prepared to allow women to experience hatred, sexism and oppression in the United Kingdom – a country once renowned for its progressive thinking – but would also go as far as to willingly and ignorantly vilify anyone – even good old “Bozza” – who dares speak out against said oppressive practices.

Welcome to modern day Britain, my friend: a land of overwhelming confusion; a land where freedom of speech is king (as long as the words spoken fit through the fine sieve of political correctness); and a “great” land where we now inadvertently stand UP for intolerance by truly, naively believing that we stand against it.

Still ready to pick up the pitchfork? Or isn’t it about time for a nice cup of tea?

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  1. Paul

    May 28, 2019 at 19:53

    Boris needs to stop qwaffeling and tell the truth, plainly and with force; wearing a Burka is not OK. the garment has no place in our society and anyone wishing to wear one out of doors should move to a place having a culture that allows it. Most Islamic countries do not allow the burka, and neither should any western country. It has no place here.

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