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Hey, Lammy and Warsi and C4 and BBC! Where’s your outrage?

(Thursday blog)

The (IMHO) liberal, progressive, holier-than-thou, virtue-signalling, attention-seeking elites have been desperately crawling over each other in order to prove who is the most outraged over Boris Johnson’s rather benign but accurate comparison of letter-boxes and burkha babes. Johnson should apologise! Johnson should resign! Johnson should be thrown out of the Tory Party! Johnson should be prosecuted!  Johnson should be hung, drawn and quartered! And so on and so forth.

The winners in this appalling “I’m more outraged than you” competition seem to be MP David Lammy and Baroness Warsi.

But, Lammy and Warsi, what about being outraged over these three guys?

Yesterday in Brighton, the botty-bothering (I hope that’s politically correct) capital of Britain, these three apparent multi-cultural enrichers attacked two gay men and hospitalised them breaking the jaw of one of the shirt-lifters (I hope that’s politically correct). Are Warsi and Lammy and C4 and the BBC outraged over this violent homophobic attack? If so, I must have missed it.

And then we have the Rotherham ‘Asian’ rapists and the Rochdale ‘Asian’ rapists and the Oxford ‘Asian’ rapists and the many other towns’ ‘Asian’ rapists:

Were Warsi and Lammy and C4 and the BBC outraged over 50,000+ white, usually underage British girls being raped and sodomised and beaten and tortured over at least fifteen years? If so, I must have missed it. Were Warsi and Lammy and C4 and the BBC outraged over the fact that not a single policeperson or social worker or anyone else in the Establishment has been held to account for 50,000+ ‘Asian’ rapes of mostly underage white girls? If so, I must have missed it.

Here are some Christians being beheaded for being Christians:

To me this seems a bit more serious than Boris’s letter-box comments. Were Warsi and Lammy and C4 and the BBC outraged over this beheading? If so, I must have missed it.

And here’s a Christian being crucified:

Were Warsi and Lammy and C4 and the BBC outraged over this crucifixion? If so, I must have missed it.

In fact, just two days ago a man in Saudi Arabia (I think he was a Bangladeshi) was executed by crucifixion. Were Warsi and Lammy and C4 and the BBC outraged? If so, I must have missed it.

And, just to remind us of Boris Johnson’s supposed ‘hate crime’, once again here’s a man posting a letter in a letter box:

Rather humorous, I thought. Though, of course, in politically-correct Britain, humour is now a ‘hate crime’.

So, don’t believe the professionally outraged desperately trying to destroy Boris Johnson.

Their selective outrage and hypocrisy are more than nauseating.

And here, from the good old days when humour was permitted, is a short sketch where Harry and Paul meet a burkha beauty:

2 comments to Hey, Lammy and Warsi and C4 and BBC! Where’s your outrage?

  • Johnson Fields

    What puzzles me is that you see photos of western style
    pretty Arab ladies in Turkey,Iran, Saudi-Arabia, Dhubai,
    Syria, Kuwait, Jordan etc. I also read that the
    Koran does not state that it is compulsory to wear the
    burkah. All the countries I have mentioned work under
    Sharia Law. Is it possible that Muslim women here are
    doing it to cause upset and confrontation?

  • NoMore

    It’s not in the Koran no – it’s originally a tribal garment used to enforce the patriarchy in a most blatant and visible way, which is way it is weird that alleged feminists are so in favour of women wearing it. It’s since morphed into a device of political islum.

    I certainly believe some women wear it for the latter purpose to mark territory colonised for a!!ah and spread division. I also believe others are merely conditioned into wearing it by their society or who are forced into it by oppression or peer pressure.

    Whatever it has no place in the West along with the idealogy and tribalism attached to it.

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