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My polite e-mail to the Cameron pool in Mount Roskill was blocked for Profane content

To my great surprise, my e-mail to the Cameron Pool in Mount Roskill to ask them some questions about their Muslim Women’s swimming lessons was blocked for profane content. I can only assume that Whaleoil is considered a profane word or perhaps that their profanity filter has submitted to Sharia law like their segregated swimming lessons. Have a read of my e-mail and see if you can spot the profanity.

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Susan doesn’t like symbols of oppressive groups and neither do I

This will be a short post.

Susan Devoy in her open letter to us all said this…

Not long ago we publicly called out Neo Nazi fascists who wanted to march against child abuse. Many Kiwis joined us when we argued that the symbols of a regime that murdered 1.5 million children have no place at a march against child abuse.? That?s not us.

In my open blog post to Ms Devoy I say this…..

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“It’s optional but once you have your period you have to cover yourself”

It is right there in black and white in the New Zealand article. All the cow excrement the left-?wingers parrot about it being a Muslim woman’s choice is exposed as being Taqiyya.The woman interviewed likes swimming but couldn’t swim unless she had access to a burkini.

“I had a problem – I like to go swimming, but I can’t. There was nothing available for me, so I thought other people might have the same problem.”

Merissa Santoso has lived here for about five years. A keen swimmer, she sought to buy a burkini – modest women’s swimwear covering the head and body – to wear in public.

Modest swimwear is available but what she is describing is not modest it is restrictive. Here are some examples of Western modest swimwear. They cover?the bits of the body we consider to be sexual and allow the swimmer to soak up vitamin D on her arms and legs and to enjoy the feel of the water on her skin and through her hair.d_2170

Modest swimwear in Western society

Modest swimwear in Western society

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For those who want more sun protection, we have swimsuits like this one.

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It is the beginning of the end for French Women’s freedom

The Burkini ban is over before it could even start.The French have already surrendered to Sharia law. Once again the democratic laws of equality and freedom of religion have been twisted and used by the followers of anti-democratic and anti-women Sharia law to their advantage. Within a decade it will be a lone French woman bravely wearing a bikini on a French beach. She will stand out, surrounded by burkini clad non-Muslim?and Muslim women alike. She will feel the pressure to conform and hostile Muslim male eyes will be upon her. “Slut” they will call out, ” Prostitute!” “She is asking to be raped,” they will say amongst themselves, ” she is being provocative,” they will whisper and the lone French woman will feel the fear and wonder when it all went so horribly wrong for France.

Image: thelibertarianrepublic

Image: thelibertarianrepublic

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False equivalency used to defend oppressive swimwear

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Juxtaposed photos go viral after police seen ordering woman to remove burqini on French beach WITW STAFF08.24.16 (Twitter)

False equivalency is once again being used by idiots on Twitter who must all be sharing their one remaining brain cell. ?When we look at these two photos what do we see?

  1. A ?man in authority enforcing the law.
  2. A woman ?in a bathing suit having the law enforced on her.

In these two ways, both photos are equivalent but it is the law that is being enforced that is the key difference here and one that the idiots on Twitter are deliberately failing to recognise.

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