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Reader comment on item: Ban the Burqa - and the Niqab Too
in response to reader comment: The Burqa offends me

Submitted by jerome Henen (Canada), Jul 17, 2011 at 14:15

i think the burqa is great :

it keeps sex crazed men calm and prevents leering ogling drooling lurid remarks and wolf whistles.

also it is a very effective rape prevention kit.

wearers of burqas can get their vitamin d requirements from pills.

the burqa is a mobile home from home

it ensures that women know their place ie under the control of men

while wearing a burqa you never have to worry if your hair is out of place , your make up or your clean undies , you are free under the burqa to wear or not wear what you please!

it is a great mosqueito repellant , in fact if you wear a burqa you do not have to attend all sermons.

you are anonymous in a burqa in a crowd of women and can blend in perfectly

you never have to care if you are pretty or well groomed because it matters not in a burqa.

your burqa is your armor , it is your tent your fortress your teepee your your igloo your means of being invisible

it solidifies and identifies you as a person who is unable to drive unable to vote or to do anything on your own without a mans consent. it confirms you are under the thumb of man, a chattel worth half a man. the burqa is the embodiment of archaic misogynistic feudal beliefs transported into the 21st century and worn with pride by a population of women inculcated and brain washed over centuries to believe that it is beneficial to them and that their lowly status is all they deserve.


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