Sunday, January 09, 2011

Easy meat

Former British home secretary Jack Straw is in deep strife for saying that some Pakistani men "target vulnerable white girls" who they see as "easy meat". Mohammed Shafiq from the Ramadhan Foundation denounces Straw for suggesting that there is an "ingrained" problem within the Pakistani community. Yet Shafiq, in the video clip accessed via the link above, says that white girls are "less valuable and do have less morals than their own daughters and their own sisters" and that if an "Asian girl or Muslim" was targeted "their would be huge uproar in the community." Thus as Straw said, white girls are viewed as "easy meat."


Anonymous Dan Lewis said...

But is the 'easy meat' uncovered?

3:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks to the man-hatred of feminism, white fathers no longer fulfil an important male role : protection.
The marginalisation of the white male who is made to feel guilty for being male has resulted in men abdicating a primary care-giving role.

Even uncovered meat, if adequately protected cannot be consumed.

Of course if a white male were to protect his daughter, he'd probably find himself charged with racism or assault or religious intolerance.
No the white male must always step back and allow rape and violence to proceed - it's the right thing to do.

8:38 AM  

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