Louder With Crowder
December 29, 2016
The nice thing about burkas is that they make great rain ponchos. The not so nice thing about them? Everything else.
It makes one an easily identifiable target for all of Islam’s oppression and hatred. Take this woman for instance. She was beheaded in Afghanistan by a group of men. For the cardinal sin of shopping without her husband…
A woman has reportedly been beheaded by a group of armed men in Afghanistan after she entered a city without her husband. The 30-year-old woman was targeted because she went out alone without her husband, who is in Iran.
The Middle East Press reported the woman had gone to the market to shop. Under Taliban rule women are prohibited from leaving their home unless accompanied by a close male relative.
See, in the United States, women going shopping without their husbands is a relief to many. Dudes don’t want to hang around while women scan the labels of each and every foodstuff for gluten ingredients. But in Islamic countries? Shopping without men is grounds for head chopping. Small cultural difference.
Something interesting to note here. Liberal feminists often accuse the United States of being riddled with sexism (see Stanford Teaches Female Freshman to ‘Drink Responsibly’. Feminists Protest as ‘SEXISM!’ and Feminists Strip Down to Protest Trump’s ‘Sexism’…). Here we have the Middle East – a bastion of actual sexism and rape culture. To be without a man is to be hacked to bits. To be with a man in the wrong way is also a one way ticket to murdertown. Under Islam, women lose either way… Because they’re women. Feminists?
This is just one of the many brutally sexist examples from the Religion of Peace. So much peace. Just kidding. So many pieces. From human bodies. Specifically female bodies. Or the bodies of gays. But to hear the left tell it, it’s a tolerant religion. So long as you’re not a lady, not a gay, not a child, and not a non-Muslim. Which seem to be all boxes checked off by many a leftist…
This article was posted: Thursday, December 29, 2016 at 7:29 am