Ah that nice meme again "Islamophobe"..at least i am glad you didnt say racist, because I have coffee here and dont want to have to clean my keyboard.Wow you sure sound like a sane, rational person. Not at all like a mouth-foaming oversensitive islamophobe.
My assessment of your idiocy just went up four notches. You went from idiot to imbecile.
She has no such "right" and never has had. Bullshit. Like your meme of "having a right to a visa"...neither "right" exists in reality. I would LOVE to see that, go on a plan e without a visa samnd then when you get there demand to be let in and tyell them you have a right to a visaIt doesn't mean that you have to smile at anyone, you are talking nonsense. It just means that if a woman chooses to wear a burka she has the right to do so.
They'll either deport you or imprison you, probably both since you are an illegal immigrant.
Not when that means she evades or disobeys laws. One stupid Muslim woman almost smashed into me today. She reversed and said she didnt see me...why? That stupid burka wrecked her sight area and that stupid bitch didnt see me because that idiotic piece of garb got in her way. She has no "right" to wear that, especially if she is behind the wheel.
Didnt speak any English either, didn't read the sign that said ONE WAY.
Another example is the burka wearing woman who walks into a shop and hands over a credit card. The man says show me your face and she says "I have a right to wear this"..he hands the purchase and the card back and says either show me your face or leave
She calls him a racist and an islamophobe.,.the fact that she isnt the person whose name is on the card isnt mentioned and the fact she is attempting fraud doesnt occur to her..after all, its her culture to wear that.
Our laws, our culture, our way, or leave. Our way, or the airport.
A yarmulke doesnt obstruct line of sight or identity. A dress, you fool, is clothes and if she doesnt wear it she can and will be arrested for indecent exposure.Just like if someone decides to wear a yarmulke or dress in amish clothing, you can't force them out of the community.
Last edited by Sonnabend; 08-01-2011 at 01:36 AM.
Actually wee wee is right. She does have the right to wear a burka. However, she must remove said burka for the purposes of being photographed for a drivers license or any other means of identification. Meaning if I owned a place of business, I would have the right to refuse service to anyone who doesn't adhere to my "No Covered Faces" policy. Especially if I ran a bank or some other business where large amounts of money is around.She has no such "right" and never has hadIt doesn't mean that you have to smile at anyone, you are talking nonsense. It just means that if a woman chooses to wear a burka she has the right to do so.
Last edited by NJCardFan; 08-01-2011 at 09:27 AM.
She also doesn't have the right to drive while wearing a burka, if it blocks her ability to see (and how can it not impair vision?).
I think part of the problem here is that everyone is defining the term multiculturalism in different ways. It all depends on to which extent immigrants assimilate into the culture and what parts of their heritage they decide to keep. Most groups, including the early waves of arab/muslim immigrants have assimilated, for the most part. They've kept some things, like the hijab or the halal diet, but the women vote and drive, the kids go to public school, and so on. It's the newer waves, who are coming from places where
a more radical version of Islam is practiced (E. Africa, Iran, Afganistan), who cling to things like burkas and such. I see burkas in Hamtramck, among the immigrants from Somalia, more than I see it in Dearborn, where the people came mostly from Syria and Lebanon in the 80s.
There are people like my grandpa, who totally assimilated and never spoke german again once he came here. If you didn't know, you would never guess he wasn't born in the US.
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