Thursday, 20 January 2011

The Poor Baroness

I have found myself particularly offended by the recent statements of Tory Cabinet Minister Baroness Warsi, who said on Thursday that discrimination against Muslims in Britain has become socially acceptable and must be tackled.

We are told that Islamophobia "has seeped into our society in a way where it is acceptable around dinner to have these conversations where anti-Muslim hatred and bigotry is quite openly discussed."

But what the bigoted Baroness failed to mention are the following facts, which do include the Conservative Party’s support for Britain’s military “adventures” inside of Iraq and Afghanistan, the deportation of Iraqi Christians back to a certain death and William Hague’s silent performance, over the massacre of Christians at the Church of Our Lady of Salvation, only last October.

The fact that six million people in Baghdad only get around one hour of uninterrupted electricity per day and most minority groups have been ethnically cleansed from their homes, since the Conservatives gave their support to Blair’s “War on Terror”, it comes as no shock that it fills me with little sincerity, when I hear such phrases spoken, especially when that persons claim to fame is being “Britain’s first Muslim Cabinet Minister”.

It must be hard for Baroness Warsi, to carry the weight of being unelected in the House of Lords, a cabinet minister without portfolio and Pakistani, seeing as though the birth place of the Abraham religions was in Ur, Iraq, a country so liberated and free from tyranny, that a suicide bomber decided to blow himself up in a crowd of 300 Police recruits.

And still, the Baroness feels discriminated against


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