The Shame Of Naked-Face!

This guy makes a great argument for banning the Niqab.

“I know how they feel because I have lived around such women. I have seen their shame and anxiety of going naked-face in public. I have seen their discomfort and anxiety around men. I have seen their dignity and peace of mind secured in their burqa.

The burqa woman is not in anybody’s way, if anything she is out of everybody’s way. She wants to be left alone.”

Yea that’s right pal, we should perpetuate their shame.

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  • What a silly b!#ch.

    • Why were they let in to Canada?

      • k2

        You know the answer: votes and cheap labor. And now they’re here, and still coming by the hundreds of thousands … It seems Canada is well and truly f#cked.

        • Alain

          Well, for the most part the only labour involved is that of the tax payers providing their welfare and special benefits.

      • Voters blocks.

  • mobuyus

    Fuck islam and it’s nutty adherents.

  • Martin B

    Yup, whenever you see a talking trash bag, right away you think dignity and peace of mind.

  • Watchman

    Most people would agree that in an ideal world we wouldn’t really care what people wore – but we would treat them appropriately according to how we perceive them. If you want to wear a burka, it should be my right to ignore you completely as you seem to want.

    The real crime that we aim to prevent today is the intimidation and coercion to force muslim women to wear the hijab, niqab, or burka by their husband, family or community. In muslim countries non-muslim women suffer as they are believed to be prostitutes or of no moral worth because they do not wear hijab, niqab, or burka like the local women who may have no choice to wear or not.

    • Alain

      Hiding their face with the total body bag is to give the finger to Canada and its citizens and to show they are here to rule. Nothing else.

      • Watchman

        I’m talking about giving us the ability to totally ignore someone in a burka. They want to choose to be not part of our society, then we should have the right to make this happen. Example: waiting at bus stops or taxi ranks a frantically waving burka clad person can be ignored by any driver. In essence wearing a burka means complete social exclusion by rational people. No employment. No welfare.

        • Alain

          Oh that I agree completely. For me they would remain invisible and not even acknowledged.

  • Frances

    “Yet I have not heard of one terrorist anywhere caught in burqa.” Think ISIS would-be escapees. This man’s ignorance totally disqualifies him from making any comment on the burqa.

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    Muzzies can have their screwy muzzie ways in muzzie countries. We should not have to put up with them here in our country.

  • Ann

    If this man is so keen to promote + justify the burka, he should wear one.

    • Frances

      On him it would be an improvement.

    • Tooth&Claw

      I suggest a dark plastic bag over his head, zip tied at his neck. He’s an oxygen thief. Now that may sound radical, but he’s the one that thinks women want to wear something quite similar.

  • CoolTolerance

    ”She wants to be left alone”, is what he says. In other words, she is anti-social either through indoctrination or by choice.