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Originally posted by Prazol60 Prazol60 wrote:

For what? She is right. Who judges the beauty of a child? A woman kidnapped a child from a school using a burka. I see no problem with headcovers but a burka? That is too far.


Hold on, so now we're criminalizing items of personal choice and religion on the basis of a lone criminal's fashion choice?

Are you kidding me???
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^^some religions are plenty crimminal to me...
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Originally posted by DWeird DWeird wrote:

I think talent competitions are great but I don't like the idea of child beauty pageants. If you're grown and want to use your looks to win in life fine, but don't subject innocent children to that nonsense. 


Concur!!
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Originally posted by DWeird DWeird wrote:

I think talent competitions are great but I don't like the idea of child beauty pageants. If you're grown and want to use your looks to win in life fine, but don't subject innocent children to that nonsense. 


I agree. These kids are going to have fcked up self esteem. I feel so sorry for this little girl.

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Originally posted by Midna Midna wrote:

Originally posted by Prazol60 Prazol60 wrote:

For what? She is right. Who judges the beauty of a child? A woman kidnapped a child from a school using a burka. I see no problem with headcovers but a burka? That is too far.


Hold on, so now we're criminalizing items of personal choice and religion on the basis of a lone criminal's fashion choice?

Are you kidding me???

This is about an item of clothing which hides a persons face. Already there are law in place in many countries which say what you can and cannot wear in which setting. There are also rules set by private companies about what you can't wear on their property. No shoes, no shirt, no service.  You cannot go into a bank with a ski mask, etc.
Criminalization for wearing a burka? No. Bans, yes. We already have laws dictating what one can wear. If one violates these laws then they are ticketed and in some cases it does become a criminal case such as public nudity.
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What a bullsh*t argument
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Some of these arguments can be applied to the Trayvon Martin case

But y'all don't see that

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (3) Thanks(3)   Quote Midna Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct 01 2013 at 5:35am
Originally posted by Prazol60 Prazol60 wrote:

Originally posted by Midna Midna wrote:

Originally posted by Prazol60 Prazol60 wrote:

For what? She is right. Who judges the beauty of a child? A woman kidnapped a child from a school using a burka. I see no problem with headcovers but a burka? That is too far.


Hold on, so now we're criminalizing items of personal choice and religion on the basis of a lone criminal's fashion choice?

Are you kidding me???

This is about an item of clothing which hides a persons face. Already there are law in place in many countries which say what you can and cannot wear in which setting. There are also rules set by private companies about what you can't wear on their property. No shoes, no shirt, no service.  You cannot go into a bank with a ski mask, etc.
Criminalization for wearing a burka? No. Bans, yes. We already have laws dictating what one can wear. If one violates these laws then they are ticketed and in some cases it does become a criminal case such as public nudity.


Then by that logic, ski masks and sunglasses are also banned, correct?

I'll answer that for you: NO.

Rules requiring people to be FULLY DRESSED in businesses is NOT the same as banning a religious garment. The burqa was not banned solely because it conceals the face, it was banned thanks to Islamophobia. This is essentially discrimination you're trying and failing to rationalize.

What a faulty argument, you might as well tell me Trayvon's clothing garnered his murder.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Naturalchick30 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct 01 2013 at 7:32am
Originally posted by Midna Midna wrote:

Originally posted by Prazol60 Prazol60 wrote:

Originally posted by Midna Midna wrote:

Originally posted by Prazol60 Prazol60 wrote:

For what? She is right. Who judges the beauty of a child? A woman kidnapped a child from a school using a burka. I see no problem with headcovers but a burka? That is too far.


Hold on, so now we're criminalizing items of personal choice and religion on the basis of a lone criminal's fashion choice?

Are you kidding me???

This is about an item of clothing which hides a persons face. Already there are law in place in many countries which say what you can and cannot wear in which setting. There are also rules set by private companies about what you can't wear on their property. No shoes, no shirt, no service.  You cannot go into a bank with a ski mask, etc.
Criminalization for wearing a burka? No. Bans, yes. We already have laws dictating what one can wear. If one violates these laws then they are ticketed and in some cases it does become a criminal case such as public nudity.


Then by that logic, ski masks and sunglasses are also banned, correct?

I'll answer that for you: NO.

Rules requiring people to be FULLY DRESSED in businesses is NOT the same as banning a religious garment. The burqa was not banned solely because it conceals the face, it was banned thanks to Islamophobia. This is essentially discrimination you're trying and failing to rationalize.

What a faulty argument, you might as well tell me Trayvon's clothing garnered his murder.
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