Not sure what interested me about this story of a woman in a miniskirt walking along an empty road:
Apparently, it “caused a stir in Saudi Arabia.” In another report, it had “sparked outrage in Saudi Arabia.” And next it had “caused outrage worldwide.” And then it had sent the country “into a frenzy.” And then “Saudi Arabian officials hunting woman who allegedly broke strict dress code laws.” And she was being “sought by Saudi police.” Next, “Woman Could Go To Jail For Wearing A Miniskirt.”
I’ve yet to see any report saying that she should receive 500 lashes, or be beheaded. But I won’t be surprised if I do.
Back in May, Melania and Ivanka Trump did not observe the Saudi dress code laws while visiting Saudi Arabia. The laws only apply to the “little people”, as ever.
I think I see the connection:
Good thing she wasn’t smoking a cigarette as well.
Are smoking bans any different from strict dress codes? Aren’t both Wahhabi Islamic laws? Isn’t Deborah Arnott in effect head of the UK’s Islamic religious police? Is Deborah Arnott a Wahhabi Muslim? If not, why not?
Smoking bans may be regarded as part of a process of Islamisation. We already have halal meat. The invasion of Europe by Islamic fundamentalists is also part of the process, fully supported by European leaders like Angela Merkel. Is she another secret Muslim?
Isn’t outrage at seeing people smoking any different from outrage at seeing women in miniskirts? Isn’t the war on smoking a religious war?
Not unrelated. The continuing march of not so much the nanny state as the Islamic State: The UK will block online porn from next year.