That the agenda is increasingly moved by and in the interests of one
That, if you have two X chromosomes rather than XY, you are becoming more and more disenfranchised by those who should be defending your interests?
A sacrificial woman, in fact?
An Australian progressive synagogue with a female assistant rabbi invites the recitation of Islamic prayers in its sacred space, stupidly unaware that the recitations are insulting and that the (male, naturellement) reciters are da'awa activists playing their hosts for fools.
The Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of Great Britain and the Commonwealth, the nice but naive Ephraim Mirvis, calls on Jewish schools to teach another faith: the
The Austrian president, Green leftist Alexander Bellen, disgracefully proclaims that in the fight against "islamophobia" the day might come when "we will have to ask all women to wear the hijab"!
In the Australian state of Victoria, the ALP (Labor) government of Daniel Andrews pours taxpayers' money into countering Islamophobia (warning: video may cause high blood pressure in the
btw, I stumbled across this oldie but goody and thought I'd post it for the edification of anyone else who failed to see it at the time.
"The veil is just another firm of mask": good on (former) BBC newsreader Peter Sissons for exposing, if not her bare face, than at least the barefaced duplicity of this woman back in 2008.
With her face uncovered she went for a job at a Church of England school in the UK and having been interviewed, by a man as well as a woman, she was employed.
However, when she started work, she astounded her new employers (and probably scared the kids!) by turning up in this Darth Vader-like garment. She then refused to remove it, arguing that no man there must see her face!
A delicious interview, in which the woman, playing the infidel-versus-Muslim victim card, is egregiously evasive, even asking at one point whether she must answer the question.
Ah! But then Mr Sissons is of the honourable scrupulously objective old school of BBC staff, and has, regrettably, long since retired.