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Thursday, January 15, 2015

Officially Heard It All

Oxford University Press announced yesterday that people should not use words like pork, sausage or bacon so as not to offend Muslims.  They didn't just recommend those words not be used, they actually banned it within their published works.

Muslim Labour MP Khalid Mahmood said:

"That’s absolute utter nonsense. And when people go too far, that brings the whole discussion into disrepute."

What kind of world are we living in when the Muslims are making more sense than the vaunted, elite Oxford University Press.  But it begs the question.

What kind of craven coward do you have to be to even fear naming a barnyard animal thinking that you'll be attacked for it?

Does this mean we can't use the word cow or militant Hindus will attack us?  Oh wait... Hindus and Buddhists tend not to be militant or anything like that.

All I'm saying is that on a playground of 7 year olds, the leaders of the Oxford University Press would be readily recognized as easy pickings and be regularly pummeled and the teachers wouldn't care because social Darwinism does work.

At this point my idea of a typical ProgLib is someone who is in their mother's basement, and is constantly trying to tell everyone how to live their lives while they live off their parents despite their degree in Italian Couplets of the 15th Century, and spend most of their time telling everyone to also be afraid of everything.  They don't care who they offend with their blatant stupidity, but we're supposed to given women's studies majors who falsely accuse an entire fraternity of young mean of gang rape.

Well OUP, you've offended me, a thinking, rational person.  Think I may pay you a visit and show you what happens when I'm offended.  I think you'd be surprised at the reaction of a rational person to bullshit.

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