Harsh but unfair.
France's burka ban comes into effect, a truly anti-democratic move by a bigoted leader
Can you wear a burqa in France if you're making a film about morons who legislate what other people can wear?
posted by Unknown at 6:01 PM |
If Jeremy has actually bothered to read the law he'd know you can still cover your face in public for a number of legitimate reasons. These include health and OH&S reasons, sporting events (think skiing or full face helmets on MTBs), cultural events (like Halloween) or artistic pursuits (like making a film). Still, why should a lawyer like Jeremy Sear actually read a bill that runs to almost 350 words when he can rely on his leftoid ignorance? (Link to bill)
Sear is as idiotic as this lot.C.C.
I'm willing to bet that Sear's employer would not allow him to put studs in is face, wear a mohawk, cover his body in tattoos, or wear his favourite Disney Fairies dress. I bet Sear is reading this and thinking to himself "Hey Yeah, I'm going to tell my boss he's a moron".
Moran, "call his boss a moran". It would be a lefty tradition thing, honouring one of his seniors.Cheers
Also, link #2 terminates in lefty space: "Page not found".Cheers
Sarkozy was always going to be unpopular with left wing appeasers from the time he, as Interior Minister, correctly named the Islamic rioters, police attackers and car burners as "scum".
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