The British state broadcaster has attempted to normalize the burka and sharia law in a new video on its YouTube page and website.
A Buzzfeed-like video titled 'Things Not To Say To Someone Who Wears A Burqa' features women in full face coverings repeating the comments of genuinely concerned citizens such as “are you being forced to wear that” and then dismissing them as “Islamophobic”. They say the burka is simply optional despite the fact, as we've documented here at The Rebel, it can be anything but.
The BBC's video description reads, “From presumptions that you're being forced to wear it, to being told 'to go back to your own country' because of it. When it comes to clothing, the burqa is arguably the most contentious of them all. So how do people who wear the burqa feel about the stereotypes they're given?”
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As of this posting, the video only has slightly over 30,000 views, but a near 50/50 split in the like/dislike ratio.
However, the comments section tells a different story with two of the most upvoted posts saying Islam and another saying, “That was the dumbest and cringiest thing you've made yet.”
This is why British taxpayers are funding and one has to wonder how long until the CBC starts doing something similar.