Wednesday, 1 August 2007

What have these countries got in common?

Thats all it takes but Cult of the Dead Paedophile will not allow it

So what have the following six countries got in common? Afghanistan, Egypt, India, Niger, Nigeria and Pakistan? OK, if you said they are all Moslem countries or countries with large Moslem populations you would be right. But that is not the answer. The answer is Polio.

Now this a disease that we in the civilised world have eradicated and if those counties had allowed our medical experts to help it could have been eradicated world wide but the religious leaders of the Cult of the Dead Paedophile will not permit their people to be treated.

For those who are to young to remember, Polio is highly infectious and can result in paralysis or death. It is transmitted through contaminated food and drinking water. Contact with faeces from an infected person or contaminated swimming pool water.

It can only be a matter of time before we see Polio once again in Our Country. Australia has just had their first case since 1986. Enrichment truly is a wonderful way of enhancing a colonised country to make it feel just like home.

But why haven't they stamped out this crippling disease in those countries? Well you know. The Moslem clerics see the treatment of Polio as being an evil plan by the west to make their children sterile. Locked minds, locked in a medieval past.

Medical workers are regularly attacked in those countries if they try to administer the vaccine and some have been murdered. You can read the details here, here and here.

"On the first day of the campaign about 2,400 people refused anti-polio vaccine. There are many reasons for this refusal but mainly the religious sermons of certain clerics on FM radio channels are
responsible for the increasing number of refusals,"
a Pakistani district health department official said, on condition of anonymity.

So if you think you are a caring parent, then think about joining the BNP. You can rest assured that there would be an halt on immigrants from countries where this disease still exists and visitors from those countries would have to show proof of vaccination. The British National Party puts its peoples health before political correctness.


najistani said...

It's Time To Ban The Burqa
By: Daniel Pipes at

.....burqas and niqabs should be banned in all public spaces because they present a security risk. Anyone might lurk under those shrouds - female or male, Muslim or non-Muslim, decent citizen or criminal - with who knows what evil purposes.

Some examples (full details can be found at my blog entry "The Niqab and Burqa as Security Threats"): A spectacular act of would-be escape took place in early July when Maulana Mohammad Abdul Aziz Ghazi, 46, tried to flee the Red Mosque complex in Islamabad, Pakistan, where he had helped lead an insurrection aiming to topple the government. He donned a black burqa and high heels but, unfortunately for him, his height, demeanor, and potbelly gave him away, leading to his arrest.

One of the July 2005 London bombers, Yassin Omar, 26, took on the burqa twice - once when fleeing the scene of the crime, then a day later, when fleeing London for the Midlands.

Other male burqa'ed fugitives include a Somali murder suspect in the United Kingdom, Palestinian killers fleeing Israeli justice, a member of the Taliban fleeing NATO forces in Afghanistan, and the murderer of a Sunni Islamist in Pakistan.

Burqas and niqabs also facilitate non-political criminal behavior. Unsurprisingly, favorite targets of robberies include jewelry stores (examples come from Canada, Great Britain, and India) and banks (Great Britain, Bosnia, and two 2007 attacks in Philadelphia).

Curiously, in Kenya, street prostitutes have donned buibuis (which reveals slightly more of the face than a niqab), the better to blend into the night population and avoid the police.

Expressing the universal fear aroused by these garments, a recent Pakistani horror film, Zibahkhana (meaning "slaughterhouse" in Urdu) includes a sadistic cannibalistic killer figure dubbed "Burqa Man."
The practice of covering the face derives from tribal customs that build on not Islamic law, not the law itself.

For example, some tribeswomen in Saudi Arabia's Al-Kharj region put on the burqa at puberty, then never takes it off - not for other women, not for their husbands and not for their children. These family members typically see the woman's face only when viewing her corpse.

Anonymous said...

Its a revolting garment anyway, they should stay in the house and get on with being good little bomb incubators taking regular beatings from their fathers, brothers, husbands, muttah husbands (one night stands to regular folks)