Some of us have quietly written of increasing dhimmitude in Britain and we saw a prime example today. The esteemed Oxford University Press [OUP] now warns authors not to write about pigs, pork, sausage or anything that might remind some people of the forbidden animal. In other words, the easily-offended Muslims. This includes children’s books, no Three Little Pigs for you. Oxford says it doesn’t want to offend Muslims or Jews, but any nose can sniff out the lie there. Jews aren’t easily offended and all this sensitivity has taken place since Muslims have pretty much taken over the country. I’ve written before about Muslim bus drivers that won’t accept Seeing Eye dogs on board, taxi drivers that won’t accept Jews or people wearing Christian jewelry, and banks abandoning the old policy of giving free Winnie the Pooh toy banks to kids who open a savings account because… Piglet.
Some Jewish official said Hey don’t blame us, we don’t eat pig meat but we don’t care about the word pig, there’s a difference, you know.
And yes, Muslims believe the saliva of dogs is unclean and you shouldn’t expose yourself to dogs just in case some evil saliva gets on you. Of course Obama had dog as a kid but I guess that was part of Indonesian culture, not Muslim. In any case, I’d hide Rover if I were you.