Back in the motherland, jolly old England (or the United Kingdom, Great Britain…take your pick), the politically correct thought and speech police arrested a 43 year old hair dresser for a Facebook post banning muslims from patronizing her business, Blinks of Bichester. It read:
For putting her country first, April Major of Bichester in Oxfordshire, was charged with “stirring up racial hatred.”
‘The woman was arrested under section 19 of the Public Order Act which relates to the display of written material which is threatening, abusive or insulting with the intention of stirring up racial hatred, and for producing malicious communications.
‘We take all such complaints seriously and will investigate.
‘If you suspect that racially aggravated crimes are being committed please report them to Thames Valley Police on 101.’
There were, apparently, over thirty complaints to the police of regarding this woman’s social media post. There were also countless attacks on her social media page as well, calling this woman “disgusting,” “vile,” “racist,” “ignorant,” “foul woman,” and other such tolerances from the people who judge willy nilly every day when someone doesn’t go along with their vision of how the world is supposed to work.
Aside from the minor reality that Islamic women, strictly speaking, aren’t supposed to be into the beauty thing and that the ladies are usually forbidden adornment and cosmetics, one has to wonder how much of a loss to Major’s business not booking such clients would be. On the other hand, being ridiculed and insulted for being patriotic and pointing out that terrorists, and the people who are trying to take over the west by pissing and moaning until they get their way, all happen to belong to a single pseudo-religion – not actually a single race, though – and refusing to serve the people of that persuasion is more than a little heavy handed. One has to ask the question if the people of the UK really do care about being overrun, and if they do, why are they putting up with insults to patriotism let alone falling for the politically correct lines?
Best of luck to Ms. Major as she is out on bail until November 30. If this writer could, she’d cross the pond to patronize the establishment in support of Major’s sentiments.