August 25, 2016

Don’t listen to Muslim apologists (or Justin Trudeau) about burkinis

Faith GoldyArchive

After a string of French towns banned the full-body Islamic “swimsuit” following the ISIS terrorist attack last month in Nice, imams and Islamic apologists took to social media, to share a photo of nuns in full garb frolicking on the beach.

Tonight, I tell you why the Catholic habit and the Islamic head covering (particularly the niqab and burka) are not the same.

I'll also explain why it was wrong for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau come out in support of the medieval body tents in front of reporters just this week.

Then former Rebel commentator Marissa Semkiw joins me with her forecast for the US election.

Plus we've got your week's top headlines and Quote of Honour!

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commented 2016-09-02 17:43:16 -0400
We know it,s going to happen here in canada that some lefty woman will wear a burkini out of respect.

If a believer demands, that I, as a non believer, observe their taboos in the public domain, he is not asking for my respect,but for my submission.
commented 2016-08-30 21:58:46 -0400
This was written a few months ago during another controversy over islamic garments. Although the burkini doesn’t actually cover the face, it falls within the same ideology as the Niqab and Burka.
Niqab is a hood worn over the head that conceals the face except the eyes. It is not religious requirement as the Koran merely states men and women should dress modestly, therefore not religious discrimination to be against them. Neither is it racist as women of any race may become Muslim. The modesty factor has been distorted by hardcore Islamists and now the reasoning for wearing Niqabs and Burqas is much more ominous. When females reach puberty they are deemed sexually available and attractive to men so they are either coerced or forced to conceal themselves from leering eyes , sexual advances and assaults. It is using the guise of prevention when in reality it is the ultimate form of blaming the victim. Those who see banning these garments as infringing on a women’s right to wear whatever she wants are wrongly confusing this as a fashion issue. There are times in everyone’s life when their attire will be dictated by others and a citizenship ceremony should be one of them. If I had shown up for my own swearing in ceremony wearing a bikini I am sure I would have been asked to change, and rightly so as I would have been disrespecting and devaluing the experience for others at the ceremony. Many also claim women that live their lives with their identities concealed from the world are doing so of their own free will. Would you, or any sane person choose to live this way without coercion? Would you be perfectly fine if your own daughter decided to join Islam and wanted to spend her life wearing a mobile prison? It defies logic and human nature. There is also the ridiculous notion that we are excluding and ostracizing women if we ban Niqabs, when in reality they are excluding and ostracizing themselves by hiding from the rest of society by wearing symbols of anti assimilation. Let’s look at it from the rights of the rest of us. Don’t we have the right to see who we are dealing with at our places of business, sitting next to us on the bus or at the doctors office? It boggles the mind that we would allow anyone dressed like this the right to operate a motor vehicle or enter a bank. I would wager a lot more of us are made uncomfortable and offended by these misogynist garments than there are those wearing them. Now for some historical fact. A few Muslim women have written articles recently claiming that up until the last few decades, Niqabs were not a common sight, even in the Middle East. Their popularity has risen since the rise of the Taliban, Al Quada, Isis and worldwide Islamic terrorism. They are the ultimate symbol of Sharia law. People in the free world (especially women) should realize what they are defending by insisting this is merely a women’s right to wear what she chooses. They are defending gender inequality, misogyny, oppression, degradation, and anti assimilation.
commented 2016-08-30 12:22:08 -0400

Ideological extortion, insisting the west bends a knee to sharia-compliancy, to bow to it’s existential need to submit humanity to their divine interventions……. Modesty/humility a large part of these types of virtues is about not attracting undue attention to oneself . Burkinis on a beach or all manner of cover in the secular public square is about islam being a glaring signpost , one marking it’s territory, it’s a crass walking billboard a brass neon sign of islamism …… the century will bring sharia not kumbaya …… the rigid orthodoxy of islamic veiling is goose-stepping it’s way into western secular public spaces…. drip-by-drip-by-drip-by-Sharia-drip , cleverly using victimhood to sway the regressive-progressives and gain political clout while simultaneously vociferously proclaiming their ideological superiority ………. masters of passive/aggressive behaviour……. hell knows no fury as a supremacist ideology scorned…… the righteous indignation is palpable…… nothing, absolutely nothing but a submissive obedience can soothe that savage breast and the pain of unrequited love ……. This effrontery bulldozing it’s way into our secular public sphere will remain relentless until the holy-jihad to implement sharia-compliancy is accomplished. ….. Institutionalized , systematic, islamic state sponsored & ideologically driven sharia is at our door steps. A ‘Caveat Emptor’ to this creeping sharia, Europe is infested with islamic no-go-zones ruled by nefarious sharia………..
commented 2016-08-27 23:44:07 -0400
“Cubs of the Caliphate”
does that not reminds anyone of the “Hitler Jugent:” (Hitler Youth)
History never repeats, but it rhymes. Are there any people left who think about these things? Apparently not
commented 2016-08-27 20:17:22 -0400
Loved the closing quote; there are multiple reasons for the decline of the West of course, but it’s no coincidence, in my opinion, that this has coincided with a decline in Christianity and Judaism, the founding religions of our societies. Secularism has proved poisonous to Christianity, for whatever reasons (Islam, unfortunately, seems largely immune.) This idea that there is no such thing as objective right and wrong and that the highest ideal a person can aspire to … is their own welfare (pleasure, success, power, etc. – hedonism, essentially). This seems to be possibly the predominant ideology in places like Canada, in these early years of the 21st century. And it’s an empty worldview, ultimately, and one reason that we are so vulnerable to Islam (who wants to bother fighting and risking their life for such a belief system?) Anyway, a good quote from a very, very smart man.

With regard to the polling in the US, one needs to take it with a pinch of salt; the pollsters were uniformly wrong on Brexit, for instance, partly because people simply did not feel comfortable stating their voting intentions aloud, given the incredible pressure on them to vote against it. I think a similar phenomenon may be occurring in the US election polls.

It was nice to see Marissa Semkiw again – pleasant memories of SNN. I hope that she is thriving career-wise and in her personal life. And it will be nice to see her on again sometime as well.
commented 2016-08-27 19:21:42 -0400
Pls, dont open up with the words JT.
He/she/it. His weight is not worth a mention. And his name out of ur mouth, ughh!
commented 2016-08-27 19:10:38 -0400
When a woman in a string bikini can sit beside a woman in a burkini without judgement or persecution from any other person or persons of interest, then I will accept the burkini. Otherwise, the concept of the burkini and the right of those to wear it is straight up hypocrisy!
commented 2016-08-26 23:47:30 -0400
Jay Kelly, it’s not about the women’s bathing suits not being revealing enough. There are plenty of modest style bathing suits out there. This is about these women being forced by their disgusting raping men to cover up. Not to mention it also increases the risk of drowning.
commented 2016-08-26 23:44:42 -0400
Paul McCullough, it’s not just female and gay male voters, straight males love this guy too. Maybe it’s because he promised them legalized weed but I wouldn’t be surprised at all if they’re questioning their sexuality too considering how they practically bow down to him.
commented 2016-08-26 18:34:00 -0400
Well said Jamey Martin and Shebel Raj.
commented 2016-08-26 17:37:24 -0400
Any Leader that is hell bound and intends to change the Culture of his Country ….. Is a TRAITOR.
commented 2016-08-26 17:37:24 -0400
Any Leader that is hell bound and intends to change the Culture of his Country ….. Is a TRAITOR.
commented 2016-08-26 17:12:10 -0400
There is No value in Diversity——If it DESTROYS your Culture.
commented 2016-08-26 17:12:10 -0400
There is No value in Diversity——If it DESTROYS your Culture.
commented 2016-08-26 16:52:22 -0400
People who mistake this issue as having anything to do with swimming attire entirely miss the point. Fundamentally, we don’t care what people wear when they go swimming … and be it in the hot-springs of Iceland, the rivers of Germany, or the luxurious baths of Rome, we been doing public bathing/swimming as a social ritual for a veeeeery long time now and have seen all manner of absurb “cover up” fashions come and go, none of which where ever dealt with in any ecclesiastic or sumptuary law that I’m aware of. We do however, or should, care about migrants obeying our laws and customs … and not, you know, killing random people in our neighbourhoods, molesting children at swimming pools, and engaging in sexual swarms as a result of “sexual emergencies”, aka. an utter lack of the manly ability to inhibit impulse.

What this burkini ban really is, as should be glaringly obvious, is a line in the sand; which people of good conscience should really get behind, or, given the inherent nonsense of the burkini ban as such, push for something a little more clear and strong. and the purpose is to remind our guests who’s home they’re in. Indeed, the inevitable backlash against the status quo should it continue gets a LOT worse than dictating what swimming attire Muslims can’t wear … which, again is not only polite, but overly so in my estimation.

Did ya’ll catch that article in the Toronto Star the other day? Where the author, a political “sciences” major (lol), called for banning air shows because they traumatize our refugees; and pretty well all other Torontonians, at least according to the author … who doesn’t even provide a single quote to that effect and which stands in stark contrast to my experience as a Canadian who was born on the east coast, settled on the west coast, and has lived a few places in between, and who has regulalrly witnessed excited eyes turning heavenwards in order to get a glimpses of the fighters streaking by.

We’re being asked to move beyond tolerance and toward understanding and acceptance. Fine. I’m game. But I for one don’t see it being extended and so am under no obligation to extend it.

There is no value in the “mosaic of diversity” if the diversity of Europe is not part of that mosaic, and serves only as its canvas.
commented 2016-08-26 16:08:35 -0400
BRAVO ZULU commented: "
Not many Nuns chasing people down and killing them

Evil = islam"

I would say….none (pun not intended).
commented 2016-08-26 15:38:12 -0400
I agree fully with CHRIS DEE. FAITH in a bikini might be too much for my heart, but I’d risk it. The BIG problem is that it may cause a tsunami of sexual emergencies amongst JT’s swarm of welfare tourists (liberal voters)!!!

commented 2016-08-26 14:31:18 -0400
Paul McCullough commented 19 mins ago
“Trump is filling stadiums & Clinton is having trouble filling phone booths. The polls are being weighted in favor of Hillary. I don’t trust the mainstream media, why would I trust the polls? They’re faking the polls to demoralize the Trump camp & energize the neverTrumpers. They may also be looking to give credibility to stealing the election as they did the primaries.”

I think Obama and his demons have the fix in for Hillary already. Just like the Canadian and Australian elections were fixed by the UN. I laughed out loud at the first line in this paragraph. Thank you for that!
commented 2016-08-26 14:07:26 -0400
- Trudeau’s job is to be eye candy for low information female (& gay male) voters. They aren’t going to vote for him based on Liberal policies. The hijab and burka are not standard practice in every Muslim country. They want women to cover their heads in the West to show that they’ve forced them to submit to their idiocy. You’re giving Trudeau too much credit for having a thought process regarding this. His Marxist teachers & the UN like it so he likes it too.

- Trump is filling stadiums & Clinton is having trouble filling phone booths. The polls are being weighted in favor of Hillary. I don’t trust the mainstream media, why would I trust the polls? They’re faking the polls to demoralize the Trump camp & energize the neverTrumpers. They may also be looking to give credibility to stealing the election as they did the primaries.
commented 2016-08-26 13:12:08 -0400
It really does not surprise me that Justin would support a Communist Dictatorship in Canada. His father made in pretty clear that he liked communist countries & of course if you are raised with Communist; dictatorial ideas than if you gain political power, it is only natural that you would try to hold on to it.

What astonishes me is that both Justin & his father stated on more than one occasion how they admired China! Thus it would not surprise me if Justin tried to change the electoral system in Canada in order to stay in power indefinitely.

In fact ,the very idea of letting criminals out of jail sooner than later; legalizing pot and promoting sexual deviance in our society helps distract the Canadian people from his true goals.

What he does not understand is that the Islamists, the very people supporting him shall turn on him once they have achieved their objective. The objective of Global domination and the destruction of Canadian democracy.
commented 2016-08-26 13:02:13 -0400
I think in an effort to raise awareness Faith should have done the show in a bikini
commented 2016-08-26 11:23:09 -0400
There is no question that medieval Islamic dress is Sharia creep. Sharia creep and Islamism is the enemy of Western society. Under no circumstances should the poisonous ideology of Islam be allowed to showcase their Sharia creep in Canada. Make no mistake, Islamic diversity is capitulation to evil.
commented 2016-08-26 11:01:02 -0400
BUGS POTTER: Thanks for the post and related link. The horror show continues.

Off topic but BUGGS , I love your name. I howl every time I see it. I mean this in a GOOD way. Cheers

DJBT and the rest
commented 2016-08-26 08:35:51 -0400
The burka/niqab/hijab/burkini is like a “get out of rape free card.” It’s even better than a stop-rape tattoo. I’m surprised the German government doesn’t just start handing out burqas. Maybe they just haven’t thought of it yet.

Don’t believe me that this is what the burka really means (Jay? D.H.?) Here, I found an imam who spells it all out for you. I’m sure you’ll listen to what this Muslim man says. You’re not racists, are you?
commented 2016-08-26 07:27:13 -0400
Honestly I really don’t care what people wear and for what reason. However…..
The Burka symbolizes a belief that many people take issue. It’s rooted in a belief not built on love and peace but of hate and the killing of innocent people in the name of Islam.
commented 2016-08-26 07:03:06 -0400
At the time of the 1979 Iranian Revolution – what happened to those who refused to don the burka? Did everyone just immediately comply?
commented 2016-08-26 06:35:34 -0400
The niqab and burka are Saudi cultural export – they were created by the Saudi’s which were then tied to radical fucking terrorism.

The niqab and burka are not religious – they are offensive, but they are not religious.
commented 2016-08-26 02:58:48 -0400
Very sound argument on the misogynistic aspect of burkas, hijabs, and the rest.
commented 2016-08-26 01:28:58 -0400
Swimming in an Ontario lake during the summer.

We have been doing it for centuries.

You can swim nude, especially boys. No shame. Just be aware that at a certain age you should probably cover up.

Adult women, if they want, can bathe topless. This is a right that was gained by Gwen Jacob in Guelph decades ago. Most women would not bathe topless.

Sometimes it seems right for a man or woman to wear more than a thong or a suit that covers just the midsection. In fact, sometimes it seems appropriate for a woman to cover herself head to toe.

In Quebec they have just legislated that women, just women, must dress in a certain way when they go swimming.
commented 2016-08-26 01:17:58 -0400
Tell me Henry Reardon— how you would know that a Military person is loyal to Canada or the Islamic Faith?