This is how a conquered people behave. The West lacks the civilizational courage to stand up to adherents of a supremacist ideology who confidently and stridently mean to impose their extreme and brutal system by any savage means possible. The more savage the better.
This is consistent with imposing Islamic law. This is consistent with banning me from the country for opposing jihad and sharia.
Bear in mind, the Muslims who are “offended” by pigs are not strapping one on or slaughtering journalists or cartoonists, but — clearly they are sympathetic, hence the threat is always there. I was widely derided when I said at the time of my banning that the UK was behaving like a de facto Islamic state. I was right. They were and they are.
They mention Jews in this article. The mention of Jews here is a ruse. They are trying to deflect and shift blame onto the Jews. The fact is that Jews who keep kosher do not eat pork. It ends there. They don’t care if you eat pork. They don’t care if the whole world eats pork. They don’t care if little piggies go to market in children’s books and they don’t care if Porky Pig is …. a pig. Jews. Don’t. Care.
This is a lie to cover for Muslim demands. And this is not the first time that Muslims have demanded that a pig be removed from literature. This is an ongoing war on Western culture. For example:
The Oxford University Press has warned its writers not to mention pigs, sausages or pork-related words in book.
The Oxford University Press has warned its writers not to mention pigs, sausages or pork-related words in children’s books, in an apparent bid to avoid offending Jews and Muslims. The existence of the publisher’s guidelines emerged after a radio discussion on free speech in the wake of the Paris attacks. Speaking on Radio 4’s Today programme, presenter Jim Naughtie said: “I’ve got a letter here that was sent out by OUP to an author doing something for young people. “Among the things prohibited in the text that was commissioned by OUP was the following: Pigs plus sausages, or anything else which could be perceived as pork. “Now, if a respectable publisher, tied to an academic institution, is saying you’ve got to write a book in which you cannot mention pigs because some people might be offended, it’s just ludicrous. It is just a joke.” The publishing rules have since been ridiculed amid doubts either Muslims or Jews would be offended by mention of farm animals in a children’s book. Tory MP Philip Davies said: “How on earth can anyone find the word ‘pig’ or ‘pork’ offensive? “No word is offensive. It is the context in which it is used that is offensive.” A spokesman for OUP said: “OUP’s commitment to its mission of academic and educational excellence is absolute. “Our materials are sold in nearly 200 countries, and as such, and without compromising our commitment in any way, we encourage some authors of educational materials respectfully to consider cultural differences and sensitivities.” – See more at: http://pamelageller.com/2015/01/venerable-oxford-university-press-bans-use-of-pig-sausage-or-pork-related-words-to-avoid-offending-muslims.html/#sthash.Pvjp4mTi.dpuf