First As A Tragedy, Second As A Fark
Passport of a five-year-old girl showing her bare shoulders. From Dhimmi Watch.
“Palestinians” stomping on the bodies of people executed publicly for alleged collaboration with the enemy, after no trial. From Riehl World View.
Yes, they’re just like us. They can be reasoned with, and their hearts and minds can be won over by doing a Czechoslovakia. There will be no more beheadings in Thailand once they’re given a chance for full self-determination. Of course.
So, the bare shoulders of a five-year-old girl are offensive to Muslims, and they must not be shown on a passport picture when traveling to an Islamic country (like Southern France—thanks for the confirmation). And don’t forget to give them holidays of their own (hat tip: LGF) in a Christian host country as protection against further bus and plane bombing plots. Anyone know the Arabic for “chutzpah”?
The question that still lies open is why people feel the need to cover up a five-year-old girl. In Western society (at least until Leftist perpetrator-sympathy-cum-victim-blaming gains total control), people who feel a sexual attraction to little girls aren’t viewed as normal, and if they act upon it they get in the slammer. In Islamic society, however, the noble idea that women shouldn’t be valued for their bodies alone is enforced with such draconian measures, namely the covering of almost the entire female body, that anyone who’s spent a few years there would, like a prisoner, seek to satisfy his sexual cravings on anything—even a five-year-old girl.
And there’s also an historico-religious reason that might have something to do with it: old Mo’s marriage to a little girl. Whatever the prophet of Islam does, Muslims take it as making it lawful (the Law of the Holy Gourd, obeyed by about a billion people who are all different).
I did fauxtography a few posts ago and it didn’t go very well. I decided now to try my hand at farkery instead. You be the judge how I am at that.