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Tuesday 8 May 2012

Who’s correct?

I was watching the BBC six o’clock news to night and listened to the presenter who covered the story of the grooming and rape of young girls. It was like squeezing blood out of a stone before she would admit that they were of asian origin.

Seems bloody obvious to me.

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Nor did the reporter dare say that they would most probably be adherents of the Religion of Peace hate.

After all they don’t appear to follow chinese, buddhist, or sikh, religions by the look of them. (And their names don’t imply it either).

It struck me about the whole piece, that the Beeb’s scared shitless about criticising that particular religious mind-set.

I suspect that these scum who may, or may not be a minority of muslims in the country, probably  adhere to this.

Throughout the Muslim world, women are treated as second-class citizens who are inferior to men in terms of intelligence, morals, and faith. This arrangement derives from the Qur'an itself, which states unambiguously: “Men have authority over women because God has made the one superior to the other” (Qur'an 4:34).
The Qur'an likens a woman to a field (tilth), to be used by a man as he wills: “Your women are a tilth for you [to cultivate], so go to your tilth as ye will” (2:223). Such a view is consistent with the teachings of the prophet Muhammad, who emphasized that women were little more than possessions of, and objects of sexual pleasure for, their husbands: “The husband is only obliged to support his wife when she gives herself to him or offers to, meaning she allows him full enjoyment of her person and does not refuse him sex at any time of the night or day.”

Now, to get back to the Beeb’s article they were at great pains to play down that this religious sect was in anyway more prodigious in these crimes than any other group.

What had me pricking my ears up was when the journo stated that only 25% of these crimes were committed by “asians” (I’m not ruling out chinese, indians, etc, completely), but it appears to me every time one of these cases comes up, they are always of the same sub group.

So this group which makes up 5% of the population, in my mind carries out a disproportionate number of attacks on women.

When I look elsewhere I find this.

Of 68 recent convictions for on-street grooming, 59 were of British Pakistani men.

Doesn’t look like 25%, does it?

Make up your own mind. Who’s telling the truth? And why are we kowtowing to a religion that hates us.

Nothing too much trouble


Production Notes from the land of "Nothing is too much trouble for those with too much time!":

11,008 photographs were taken for the film.

3,184 photographs made the final cut.

80 Rubik’s Cubes were hired for the shoot.

10 hours to animate 18 frames of the Rubik’s Cube equaliser.

148 Subbuteo men hired for the shoot.

99 Red Balloons by Nena is the vinyl record in the opening sequence.

7 Hungry Hippos were harmed during the making of the film.

160 pick-up sticks are equalised.

1 John Hunt Little Champion Pie Machine was used as the record press.

4 hours to shoot the hungry hippos being minced.

12 photographs per second appear in the film.

6 hours to plan and shoot the camera dolly in on the minced Subbuteo.

32 days were spent animating.

I wouldn’t have the patience or the dexterity. Mind you the chopping bits looked fun.

French Fun


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