THE MOON supports the lovely diversity of national cultures — defined by borders — and opposes Mohammedanism. At times those two issues intersect nicely.
The upcoming vote in Great Britain over its being in the European Union provides a lovely example.
London’s Mohammedan mayor(!) has gone on a road trip in support of remaining in the European Union. The photo above was taken at one of his stops. The Mohammedan women were compelled to stay at the back of the audience.
Leftists support this abominable misognyny. You can read more about this nonsense right here.
Meanwhile, Switzerland has withdrawn its application to join the EU, saying “only a few lunatics” now favor it.
Never wanting to miss an opportunity to make fun of Mohammedans, let’s look at this:
Rayani Airlines, which would have been Malaysia’s first Sharia-compliant carrier, has been grounded by the government. While it was Sharia-compliant, it was not flying-compliant.
There were other issues too. Strict dress codes for passengers. No in-flight cocktails. Strictly Halal meals. Late flights. Last-minute cancellations. Pilots not getting paid.
In other words, managed like the Mideast.
Handwritten boarding passes on little sheets of paper. You can’t make this stuff up. The Mohammedans do it for you.
Let’s pray the Brits exit the collectivist European Union and regain control of their once-great nation.
Were I to return to the United States of America, which I will never do, it would be straight to the heart of Texas.
Taxes are low. The economy is the best in the nation. (Bulletin to Obama: The two are connected.) And Rick Perry is governor, plus there are lots of sensible, down-to-earth people in the state legislature as this story illustrates.
The governor has signed legislation to protect Christmas and other religious holidays in public schools from legal attacks by atheist thugs.
Perry correctly pointed out that religious freedom does not mean freedom from religion, something the collectivist, joyless, ham-fisted speech police, who abound in America’s effete, elitist neighborhoods, will not grasp.
So, in Texas now, you can say Merry Christmas in schools, and nobody can say you cannot. You can also say Happy Hanukkah, Hare Krishna, Praise Allah and any other dang religious thing you wish, and this is how the Goddess wants it.
Let us hope that other states will follow the sage lead of Texas and push back against the tiny minority of sour-faced totalitarians who have grabbed far too much power* in what was once the greatest nation on earth.
“It’s a shame that a bill like this one I’m signing today is even required, but I’m glad we’re standing up for religious freedom in this state.”
— Gov. Rick Perry
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* Including slipping one of their own into the Oval Office.