Wednesday, 26 February 2014

Katy Perry is targeted by the "easily offended brigade"

There are some people, particularly of a religious bent who have some very strange priorities when if comes to being "offended".

Reports have been emerging of a disgusting attack on a boarding school in Nigeria. The Times carried a full report today (no link it's behind a pay wall):

Islamists slaughter 43 children asleep in school dormitory

Some were burnt alive, others had their throats slit, many more were shot or killed by hand grenades when terrorists attacked a dormitory full of schoolchildren yesterday.

"They were slaughtered like sheep" said a teacher at the boarding school for girls and boys aged 11-18.

Rhe attack which bore all the hallmarks of the Islamist militants Boko Haram left at least 43 people dead..

The attack on the Federal Government college, in the town of Buni Yadi, Yobi State began, started at 2am, witnesses said, when gunmen locked the pupils inside their dormitories and set the blocks ablaze. Some of the children were shot as they jumped out of windows to escape the fales.

This isn't the first time such an atrocity has been committed by these Islamic fanatics. The Times reminds us of a previous attack in September on an agricultural training college which killed another 40 people.

Frankly I cannot think of anything more "offensive" (an understatement to be frank) than murdering children in a school.

But what are Islamists complaining about at the moment? A bloody pop video by Katy Perry!

The extremist website 5Pillarz publishes an article from the "London Dawah Movement" about the so called "offence" that the video has cause those fragile true believers:

In the video, the pop queen is seen dressed up as an ancient Egyptian Queen of magic and there is a consistent theme and lyrical reference to magic in the song.

Muslims have expressed outraged that Allah’s name was used in the form of a pendant worn by one of the protagonists in the video that was “burned”.

They then direct you to their petition to get You Tube to take down the video:

This petition is lodged in regards to Katy Perry’s music video ‘Dark Horse’; hosted by KatyPerryVEVO, on YouTube. The video is considered as highly controversial to its viewers as a result of its portrayal of blasphemy.

At 01:15 into the video Dark Horse; a man is shown being burned, whilst wearing a pendant (also burned) forming the word ‘Allah’, which is the Arabic word for God.

Such goes to show, that blasphemy is clearly conveyed in the video, since Katy Perry (who appears to be representing an opposition of God) engulfs the believer and the word God in flames.

Besides the fact Islam didn't even exist at the time of the ancient Egyptians, if you watch the video you would be hard pressed to notice what the hell they are on about.

Anyway what are such pious men doing watching videos of scantily clad women exactly?

At the end of the day its about priorities. 

The followers of the so called "religion of peace" should be more worried about the actions of its coreligionists in Nigeria. They should be condemning the murder of school children and learn that they cannot impose their medieval nonsense on the rest of us.

When the Islamists learn that Women, Gays, Jews and all human beings have rights, then, and only then will I even listen to their concerns.

Like that's ever going to happen.

Islam needs to grow up. The trouble with these "Islamists is that they are basically cowards who like to bully their own and don't give a damn about the rest of humanity.

That's why Islam has the death penalty for apostasy. Its the only way they can hang on to people who otherwise might wake up and realise what bigoted nonsense that these religious charlatans preach.

In the mean time here is the offending video. Not to my taste musically to be honest, but younger readers might like it. I typed this article to the sound of Black Sabbath, now that's what I call music.

The Islamists (having no sense of proportion) will probably call it satanic.

Like I care what these nutters think anyway.

Neither should Katy.

UPDATE: You Tube gives in to Islamist censors: Tendance Coatsey

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