Thursday, October 26, 2006

Woman's Rights under the Sheik

It’s amazing what you can turn up if you look under enough slimy rocks as was illustrated this week. A senior member of the hive mind aka “Sheik Taj Din al-Hilali” the alleged (by some) Australia's Muslim mufti (or mutt)said this week during his sermon that "If you take out uncovered meat and place it outside on the street, or in the garden or in the park, or in the backyard without a cover, and the cats come and eat it ... whose fault is it, the cats or the uncovered meat?

According to this dubious piece of humanity, women who don’t wear the hijab and cover up are just uncovered meat. The sheik said: "If she was in her room, in her home, in her hijab, no problem would have occurred." Here he is most likely referring to heap of recent gang rapes by some umwanted maggots of society.

This is the same person (and I use the term in its broadest sense) who last month criticized the Australian Government for saying a minority of migrant men mistreated their women….I would say the defence rests and its time to replace the slimy rock. There is a full arab recording of the speech but who wants to give this cretin more airplay. Personally, I hope Australia wakes up a deports this bag of trash back where he came from.

To be fair, a number of Muslim groups have come out and condemned the Mutt. It will be interesting to watch if moderate, reasoned and civilized Muslims are successful in having this blight removed from a position of authority or is so often the case, the hive mind manages to silence the reasonable and the intelligent in the Muslim community.

Still on bizarre comments (although anywhere near as revolting, just bizarre). Vice Prez Kalla was quoted as giving the government a score of 9 of 10 for performance so far. With 80 million people (at the most conservative estimate) living in poverty, the human rights activist murderer still free (despite the murder taking place on the National Airline), Endemic Corruption, (including the most base levels possible, involving children’s schoolbooks and disaster relief), any number of places of worship burnt with no criminal charges being brought, a tax and customs system so thoroughly inept and corrupt it beggars belief. If all this deserves a 9/10, then with a marking system like that it explains the plethora of Doctors and Professors we have in Government with no visible sign of improvement.

On the sports front, the Kiwi’s were beaten again in the Tri-Nations Rugby (in a perfect world the Shiek Mutt would be fronting up in the front row in the next match, see how long he remains “uncovered”). The next match is UK vs. Australia (friendly wager J?).
I have misplaced my sailing magazine so cannot find the number of the marina in Thailand to buy a yacht (Can anyone explain why Indonesia does not promote the sport and build viable marinas?)

Anyway I am off to retrace my steps incase I have knocked over a slimy rock…who knows what repulsive thing might be crawling out.

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