Monday, 7 May 2012

Why a theocracy would not be as restrictive as feminism


All religions are ideologies. Feminism is an ideology.

All the Abrahamic faiths are homophobic and have been declared to be homophobic. Therefore our operating religion is not Judaism, Christianity or Islam, but degenerate Feminism that requires the taxpayer to sponsor the reproductive choices of women who are stupid and promiscuous, ie Slut Single Mothers who breed their feral bastards at taxpayers’ expense, while being forbidden to criticise them.

The Koran says "There is no compulsion in religion."

Feminism is propped up by the totalitarian Equality Act 2010.

The Koran tolerates brothels, feminism does not.

Our liberal democracy has set the income tax at 50%, the Koran at 20%.

Why are the worst of women and the worst of employees now treated as Sacred Cows?

Is this any more rational than the practice of human sacrifice or the Inquisition?

This week Woman's Hour on BBC Radio 4 is encouraging more British women to become Slut Single Mothers and we, the licence-fee payer are sponsoring this SHIT, so we can be even more slut and bastard in the already infamously slutty and bastard Paedo Bastard Britain Slutland.    


Would you rather be ruled by family values supported by marriage and a small libertarian rational government without the Equality Act , or the likes of Dame Jenni with her slut-sponsoring broadcasts?

What is Dame Jenni's husband like?


http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01h5xcl
Monday
Single Parents - Has the stigma gone?
To start off Single Parents week on Woman’s Hour, we look at the way social attitudes towards single parents have changed. Whether it’s the moral judgments applied to unwed mothers in the 1950’s, or the popular image of a teenage welfare scrounger in the 1990’s, there has often been a stigma attached to single parenthood. So do we now live in more enlightened times, or has the disapproval simply taken on more subtle forms? Jane discusses the myths and the reality with Pat Thane, professor of contemporary and British history at Kings College London, Fiona Weir, the chief executive of single parents’ organisation Gingerbread, and Isobell Turner, who became a lone parent in the 1980’s.

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