Looks as if very few people in the overwhelmingly white borough of Flemington in western New Jersey have much of a sense of humor.
After all, New Jersey hosts more ethnic fairs, celebrations and festivals than you can shake a stick at. Everything from Afro-Brazilian to Korean to Ethiopian and numerous other cultural and racial commemorations.
But when it comes to standard generic white folks, even an obvious bit of satire is enough for some to scream accusations of racism.
As reported by Taylor Tiamoyo Harris of the everything Joisey NJ.com news network, she’s describing a pranks at a local post office as a “racial” incident.
The United States Postal Service said it is investigating a racial sign put up outside its Flemington location.
USPS Postal Inspector Greg Kliemisch said Friday afternoon the sign, which read “March is national stop blaming white people month! Accept responsibility for your own bad choices. Hug a white person!,” was put up sometime Thursday. It was taken down in the afternoon by employees, he said.
Kliemisch said posting signs on the building is strictly prohibited. He could not confirm whether or not the location had cameras outside the building that captured the incident.
The sign is similar to messages in memes that have been posted online over the past several years.
Denmark, like almost every other member nation of the European Union have experienced wave upon wave of overwhelmingly unskilled and uneducated Muslims from North Africa, the Middle East, and South Central Asia.
As the Euro-centered news site 10News reports, “West Europe is changing rapidly as a result of mass-immigration from the Islamic world. This includes the level of aggression in public spaces. Denmark experiences increased problems with reckless drivers of a Middle Eastern background.”
Taking their observation to the next level, the news page cites the left-leaning Danish newspaper, Politiken, who notes of a whole newway of insulting the people of Denmark is rearing its ugly head;
“A guy makes the world’s biggest three-point turn, and is about to drive into me. We get eye contact and I shake my head. He screams something through the open window. At first, I can not recognize the words, but then I hear them:
‘I’ll f**k your mother’
A few days later I’m on my motorbike going home from work, as a driver in a black car almost hits me. The driver is talking in his mobile phone while driving, and I give him what I think is a good advise: ‘Drive a car, not your phone, when you are driving’. ‘I saw you,’ he claims.
The word ‘idiot’ escapes my mouth and I take off. At the first coming red light the guy runs with his hands closed in a fist. Among the threats he screams:
‘I’ll f**k your dog — I’ll f**k your goat!’”
Denmark has seen a veritable flood of new migrants enter their nation in recent years. Notable increases have originated in Pakistan, Iraq, Syria, Morocco, Lebanon and Somalia.
More common in the land of origin of the new arrival to Denmark than Western sentiments are use to, just a few examples of what the Danes and the rest of Europe must be prepared for;
The India Times notes some of the more curious fatwas issued to the Muslim faithful;
Their driving has always been under suspicion, now we know why
In 2013, Saudi Arabia’s Sheikh Lohaidan issued a fatwa that Women who drive risk damaging their ovaries and producing children with clinical problems
Rapist father-in-law made husband
In 2005, In a particular case, a woman was raped by her father-in-law in UP and instead of punishing him, an Islamic court in Deoband issued a fatwa saying that because of the father-in-law’s act, she should now be treated as his wife, and hence, her husband would now be her son
Buffets are haram
In 2014 in Saudi Arabia, A member of the Standing Committee of the Council of Senior Scholars, Sheikh Saleh bin Abdullah Al-Fawzan, said that buffets offered at restaurants are haram.
The News International (of Pakistan) reported in 2011 that a local man was caught in flagrante with a neighbor’s donkey, resulting in a 50,000 rupee fine. Shocking to the Western mind, the fine wasn’t imposed for having sex with an animal, but for committing adultery. The raped donkey was labelled a ‘kari’ (an adultress) and eventually honor killed by its owner.
Incredible though it may sound, a donkey was declared ‘Kari’ and shot dead here in a remote area on Monday. The Jirga imposed 110,000 rupees fine on the alleged ‘Karo’.
The reports said that in Village Ghahi Khan Jatoi, a villager Ghazi Khan alias Malang shot dead his donkey on being ‘Kari’ with Sikandar Ali alias Deedo. He attempted to kill Sikander too but the alleged Karo managed to escape and surrendered himself to an influential person of the area.
Sources said the influential person summoned both the parties and imposed 110,000 rupees fine on the Karo. They said Sikander and his family were forced to pay Rs 50,000 on the spot and the remaining amount in two installments.
The sources added that the alleged Karo pleaded innocence at the Jirga, but the Jirga members paid no attention to it. Sikander’s family said he paid Rs 50,000 to save his life otherwise he would have been killed.
Middle East:Miner and DeVos (1960) comment that amongst Arab tribal cultures, “Bestiality with goats, sheep, or camels provides another outlet. These practices are not approved but they are recognized as common among boys.” Havelock-Ellis [note 52] states “The Arabs, according to Kocher, chiefly practice bestiality with goats, sheep and mares. The Annamites, according to Mondiere, commonly employ sows and (more especially the young women) dogs.”
Meanwhile, Google Trends notes that Pakistan leads the entire planet regarding internet searches for the following four-legged fornication;
Horse sex – Bangladesh (formerly East Pakistan) came in third
Pakistan came in a disappointing third regarding the following:
Cat sex – Vietnam wins the Gold, Sri Lanka takes the Silver
While two of the top three nations leading the list regarding goat loving (Pakistan and Bangladesh), as it turns out the followers of Mohammed aren’t even listed when it comes to getting up close and personal with sheep.
In light that sheep are consumed in most nations of Muslim majority, it is arguable that Muslims really do take serious the old adage, “Don’t play with your food.”