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Christmas is Offensive to Muslim

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on November 27, 2019 by andelino

A burqa clad American Muslima says “Christmas is offensive to Muslims and it is ‘Islamophobic’ to celebrate it or even acknowledge it.” 

This goes along with a popular Muslim cleric who declared that “saying ‘Merry Christmas’ is worse than fornicating, drinking alcohol, or killing someone.”

They explain why Muslims believe the West is “evil,” yet they continue to “flock” here in droves, because it is based entirely on Christianity which is against Islam. They believe in “Sharia Law” and the whole idea of Christmas is “blasphemy” and Muslims must not accept it.

And they keep telling us that “music and dancing” in Islam are “haram” (forbidden).

Here a Imam explains why “music/dancing” is not allowed in Islam.

If that’s the case, it leaves only “one” alternative. Assimilate into our culture or go back to the third world “shithole” country you “crawled” in from.

Bottom line, Muslims don’t have to participate in anything or even acknowledge anything! All they have to do is ignore it and shut up! I am so fed up with Muslims dictating what we “can and can’t do.”

Listening to these “anti-freedom” Muslim creeps demanding the elimination of “Christmas” celebrations sends a message loud and clear that Islam must be “outlawed” in the West by Government force.

The harassment of Muslims striving to ban “Christmas, the sale of pork and alcohol products, the enforcement of paid Halal fees in commerce” is enough reason alone to “ban” Islam from the West. Obviously, there are a lot of other “threats and demands” by Muslims that also must be “rejected.” There is no place for a bully “dictatorship” belief systems like Islam in the West.

Until the government backed by the people establishes the courage to close Islam down in the West, we will never be free of Muslim “bullying” of non-Muslims.

Christmas is a time for all people whether you are Christian or not and no Muslim is going to “tell us or try to stop us” from enjoying the celebration of Christmas.

It is time for weak minded politicians to wake up and recognize, we the people, in every Western Country are fed up with the constant bully “whining, rant and rave abuse” of Muslims. Their insidious “anti-freedom” demands must be stopped.

Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah.

Halloween Costumes

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on October 30, 2017 by andelino

Recently, several Universities and Colleges have been posting about what costumes are acceptable or offensive for Halloween.

A letter circulated among members of “fraternities and sororities at Tufts University warns that school officials have promised “campus police” investigations for anyone “wearing an offensive costume” this Halloween season.

In the letter obtained by The College Fix, Tufts dean of student affairs Mary Pat McMahon “criticizes” students who don “objectionable” Halloween garb for making “others in our community feel threatened or unsafe” and for conduct “that is offensive or discriminatory.”

Wesleyan University also posted about this issue:

“Costumes that include dreadlocks, Afros, or representations of an entire culture, or which trivialize human suffering, oppression, and marginalization,” are immediately suspect, according to the poster. It appears to rule out “mad scientists, prisoners or homeless people” as costume subjects.

Then there is Hampshire College

And also the State University of New York at Geneseo


Offensive Costumes

Cultural Appropriation


White Supremacist

Acceptable Costumes

Angry Trump

Evil Eyed Trump

Satan Drag Queen

More of the “correct, diverse, inclusive and inoffensive” Halloween costumes.

This Halloween decoration is permitted as “inoffensive” because the persons depicted here represent the “privileged white class” of oppressors.

Someone suggested this “Harvey Weinstein” Halloween costume, which may be good to address “sexism and male chauvinism,” but can be also construed as “offensive to potted plants.”

Quiz: “How many Weinstein bruthers of a different muther does it take to screw a potted plant?”

Answer: “The Clinton and Cosby bruthers but what difference at this point does it make?”

Here is another appropriate set of Halloween costumes teaching young “Socialists” the proper relationship between the “citizen and the government.”

Offended by Halloween costumes? Call 24/7 counselor at U. of Florida

Wesleyan offers to tell students if their Halloween costumes are offensive

College posts contact info of 5 officials standing by to tell students if their costume’s offensive

Trigger Warnings

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on November 2, 2016 by andelino


In the early 1930’s a “student organization” at the University of Chicago invited William Z. Foster, the “Communist Party’s” candidate for President, to give a “lecture” on campus.

Not surprisingly, the event sparked “outrage and criticism,” both at the school and around the country.


In response the school’s president, Robert M. Hutchins said, “our students . . . should have freedom to discuss any problem that presents itself” and said the “cure” for ideas we oppose “lies through open discussion rather than through inhibition.”

On a later occasion, Hutchins added that, “free inquiry is indispensable to the good life, that universities exist for the sake of such inquiry, and that without it they cease to be universities.”

A lot has “changed” in the past 80 years. Today, for example, a candidate for the “Republican Party” is more likely to be “banned” from speaking on a college campus than would be a candidate for the “Communist Party.”

But one thing has remained the same: “many students, and some professors, are uncomfortable with the idea that colleges and universities should be bastions of free inquiry.”


Over the past “five” years we’ve heard a lot about “trigger warnings” and “safe spaces.”

“Triggers warnings” are written warnings to “alert” students in advance that material “assigned” in a course might be “upsetting or offensive.”

And “safe spaces” are, as Judith Shulevitz says, the “live-action version” of trigger warnings.

A prime example, per Shulevitz, was when at Brown University. When a speaker came to present research and facts about “the role of culture in sexual assault,” students at Brown set up a “safe space” equipped with “cookies, coloring books, bubbles, Play-Doh, calming music, pillows, blankets and a video of frolicking puppies, as well as students and staff members trained to deal with trauma.”

The room wasn’t for people who had been “traumatized by an actual assault” but to provide “comfort” to those who were “traumatized” by those who were “offended” by the content of the speech.


As one student said, she had to return to the “safe space” because, “I was feeling bombarded by a lot of viewpoints that really go against my dearly and closely held beliefs.”

Unlike many other “elite” schools, the University of Chicago has chosen not to “protect” students from idea they may find “offensive.”

In 2014 UC appointed a “Committee on Freedom of Expression” to help the school “develop” policies for promoting “free and open” discourse.

One result has been a letter that the school sent out to “freshman” students:

“Welcome and congratulations on your acceptance to the college at the University of Chicago. Earning a place in our community of scholars is no small achievement and we are delighted that you selected Chicago to continue your intellectual journey.

Once here you will discover that one of the University of Chicago’s defining characteristics is our commitment to freedom of inquiry and expression. … Members of our community are encouraged to speak, write, listen, challenge, and learn, without fear of censorship. Civility and mutual respect are vital to all of us, and freedom of expression does not mean the freedom to harass or threaten others. You will find that we expect members of our community to be engaged in rigorous debate, discussion, and even disagreement. At times this may challenge you and even cause discomfort.

Our commitment to academic freedom means that we do not support so called ‘trigger warnings,’ we do not cancel invited speakers because their topics might prove controversial, and we do not condone the creation of intellectual ‘safe spaces’ where individuals can retreat from ideas and perspectives at odds with their own.”

While many conservatives will “cheer” the school’s bold stance, we shouldn’t forget that too many Christian students want to be “coddled” also.


A survey by the “National Coalition Against Censorship” found that many professors report offering “warnings” for the sake of conservative or religious students:

“I used trigger warnings to warn about foul or sexual language, sexual content, or violence in order to allow our very conservative students to feel more in control of the material,” wrote one instructor.

In fact, many respondents commented about warnings to address religious sensitivities. A respondent who teaches and holds an administrative post reports receiving “many complaints, some with parental involvement. These have mostly been religious objections.” . . . Another explained that “the trigger warnings that I place in my general education Humanities course syllabus have to do with religious and moral content that might be offensive to persons who are zealous about their particular faith.” Yet another observed that “the Bible … is a topic that can offend both fundamentalists and those who are not comfortable with religion.” There was even a “Rastafarian student [who] was very offended at my comparison of Akhenaten’s Great Hymn to Psalm 104.”

Rather than “joining” the left in trying to “ban” certain ideas from campuses, conservative Christians should “teach” their children how to “navigate” a world that often “disagrees with our beliefs and values.”


In this video, Matthew Woessner, a political science professor at Penn State Harrisburg, offers some “tips” on how we might do turn the “challenges” conservative students face into an “opportunity for growth.”

Conservative students are vastly “outnumbered” on campus, and their “beliefs and values” are often “ridiculed” by other students, professors and administrators.

Prof Hilariously Mocks Trigger Warnings
University of Florida to Offer Counseling for Students Offended by Halloween Costumes

The Joys of Hard Work

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on November 2, 2015 by andelino

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I have been “dreaming” of this day since I was “kicked” out from my home and “told” by my parents to “get” a job!

I knew “then” that I had every “reason” to be offended!

And now Melissa “Tampon” Harris-Perry has “confirmed” it for everyone that “hard work” is offensive by “chastising and embarrassing” a guest on her show in the process.

“I want us to be super careful when we use the language ‘hard worker,’ because I actually keep an image of folks working in cotton fields on my office wall, because it is a reminder about what hard work looks like. We now have moms who are working and who don’t have health care. We don’t call them ‘hard workers.’ We call them ‘failures.’”

I’m a little “confused” about this statement.

I thought this was one of the success stories of “ObamaCare” but since the “Tampon” troll was on a “roll” there’s really no need to “interrupt or question” anything she said.

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Turns out “Tampon” Melissa uses the term “Hard Work” all the time…

On February 21 – Harris-Perry tells NBC correspondent Kerry Sanders during her coverage of a blizzard that she was “doing the hard work today while the rest of us are warm and toasty right here in 30 Rock. But enjoy the ice sculptures.”

September 6 “What I don’t want to miss is that policing is in fact actually hard work, and there are things that make policing a more dangerous or less dangerous job,” Harris-Perry says during a segment on the racial dimensions of policing. “And I guess, part of what I’m interested in is, what those sort of facts are, what actually makes it harder or more dangerous to be a police officer.”

August 30 – Harris-Perry says that Ben Carson didn’t find success because of his work ethic: “I think that hard work is necessary but insufficient condition for success. Which is simply to say, must we work hard? Absolutely. But does hard work necessarily lead to success? No. And so I always want to think about the other side.”

May 3 – Harris-Perry praises a group of Baltimore teenagers, none of whom were sharecroppers. “Thank you for the work that you are doing on the ground there. Stay safe, stay positive, and keep doing the hard work.”

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I actually feel for “Tampon” Melissa, on this. I actually “love” hard work. I could “sit and watch” it all day.

At least, I “used” to be able to.

Now it’s so “offensive” to me that I can’t even sit to see the “sight” of it, except maybe on some History Channel documentary about the “foolishness and destructive” nature of capitalism and how it “kills” everyone who was ever “born” into it.

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Now you may say that “Tampon” Melissa did not say that “hard work” is offensive but you’d be wrong.

If the term “hard worker” is offensive, how can that which leads one to use the term not be considered “offensive” also?

The unions have been “pushing” this idea for over a “century” now, and I think it’s way “overdue” that we embrace this philosophy.

Slavery and cotton fields have been “abolished” for more than 150 years.

Anyway, I’m over “joyous” that I can now, without any feigned “guilt,” be entirely offended at the “prospect” of being expected to “work hard” and satisfy all societal requirements by simply having “posters” of hard working “slaves” adorning the walls of my office.

It will remind me how “racist” hard work is and be “offended” by it at the same time.

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I used to have a “Confederate Flag” for the same reason…

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Example of Hard Work by Muslims
Hard Workers in the Land of the Free Lunch

Ride Me All Day

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on June 12, 2015 by andelino

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A private bus company has “pulled” an advertisement featuring a partially “nude” woman holding a sign that reads: “Ride me all day for £3.”

The advertisement was “called out” by a number of people online, including celebrities, who described the advert as “sexist and offensive.”

Following the critical response, “New Adventure Travel” provided the following statement saying it will be pulling the “adverts” over the next 24 hours:

“The slogan of ‘ride me all day for £3’ whilst being a little tongue in cheek was in no way intended to cause offense to either men or women and, if the advert has done so then we apologize unreservedly. There has certainly been no intention to objectify either men or women.”

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“Given the volume of negativity received we have decided to remove the pictures from the back of the buses within the next twenty four hours.”

But “wait,” pause the Internet “outrage” machine because there’s a “twist!”

They have the same ads featuring “guys” too.

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Doesn’t the fact that the guy “version” of the ad exists “inherently” make it not “sexist?”

Like if you “objectify” everyone, isn’t no one “objectified?”

Every Day Sexism

It’s Her Job

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on March 26, 2015 by andelino

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Indonesian wear manufacturer “Salvo Sports” caused outrage on social media platforms for printing washing instructions many found “offensive and sexist,” according to the BBC.

Sunday also marked “International Women’s Day,” which is supposed to raise “awareness” about remaining “inequalities” between men and women in many parts of the world.

“Give this jersey to your woman. It’s her job,” the shirts read and worn by the players of Indonesian soccer club “Pusamania Borneo.”

According to Reuters, the Indonesian wear manufacturer reacted to the “backlash” by issuing a “public” apology.

“The message is simply, instead of washing it in the wrong way you might as well give it to a lady because they are more capable,” Salvo said in a statement posted on Twitter.

“There’s no intention to humiliate women. In contrast, we want to tell the men to learn from women on how to take care of clothes because they pay attention to details,” Reuters quoted the company.

For some, however, even the “apology” itself came close to an “insult.”

The embarrassing incident has a serious background: “Human rights organizations have continuously criticized the neglect of women’s rights in Indonesia.”

In its 2015 report, “Human Rights Watch” concluded that the country’s government “should address the rollback in women’s rights over the past decade.”

Many local regulations “require” female students and civil servants, among other women and girls, to wear the “hijab.”

Across the country, female applicants to Indonesia’s National Police must take abusive, degrading, and discriminatory “virginity tests.”

A 2013 report by the World Economic Forum ranked Indonesia 95th in the world in regard to “gender” gaps.

Italy, a country that performed slightly better and came in 71st, was recently “shocked” by an incident similar to the alleged “sexism” of Salvo Sports.

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Give them to your mother, it’s her job.

In mid-February, Italian brand “Shoeshine” was criticized for a washing instruction on “cardigans” that reportedly advised wearers to “give them to your mother, it’s her job.”

According to European news Web site The Local,” local politician Federica Mazzoni officially “complained” about the label and “criticized” the instruction in a Facebook post.

“Doing the washing is not the mother’s job, fathers are also capable of turning a simple knob,” she reportedly wrote.

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The washing label inside the trousers from Madhouse.

Not to be outdone by Indonesia and Italy, this label was spotted inside a pair of “chinos” from the UK discount clothing store Madhouse who apologized for their oversight in not catching the sexist message, promising to be “more careful in future.”

That’s awesome news. Shout out to Indonesia, Italy and the UK! They just go “ham” when it comes to telling it like it is.

I don’t see how this is “insulting” to women whatsoever.

It’s a “scientific” fact that women do “laundry” better than men. It’s not a stereotype if it’s true.

It’s in their DNA to be “genetically” better at “turning” the knob on the washer, “putting” in detergent and clothes, and then “letting” the washer do its thing.

Men are “good” for a few things, but doing “laundry” is not one of them.

What’s hilarious is that “jerseys and trousers” get mass-printed and go through various stages of “print” checking and nobody thought that maybe the “washing instructions” wasn’t such a good idea.

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