A German artist is in a whole heap of trouble. Is this artist so oblivious to how Muslims feel about this? She says it’s “funny”. Yikes! Run for the hills lady!
Despite describing her latest work as being apolitical, Munich-based artist Beate Passow was busy courting controversy in Berlin, Tuesday, displaying her bare-legged ‘Burka-Barbies’.
The dolls are robed in vibrant, rainbow coloured burkas, but Passow has chosen to remove the modesty of the full body veil, and show her figurines in mini-skirts with uncovered legs.
Yeah, real funny…
OUR PREVIOUS REPORT ON BURKA’S IN GERMANY:
ANGELA MERKEL Running For Re-Election Makes Stunning Announcement To BAN BURKAS, After Flooding Nation With 2 Million (Mostly Muslim) Migrants
Merkel brings millions of undocumented Muslims in from countries who hate the West and their values and who, for the most part have no interest in assimilating and now, after Merkel announces her desire to run for re-election she’s going to call for a burka ban? Why didn’t she just call for a migrant ban about 2 years ago? A little late now, don’t ya think Merkel?
ANGELA Merkel today completed an astonishing U-turn as she formally endorsed a full burka ban following a backlash over her open-door migration policies.
The German chancellor made the comments at a Christian Democratic Union (CDU) conference having recently declared she will seek re-election.
She told the annual congress that it was legitimate to expect integration from newcomers, underlining her party’s bid to ban the full face veil.
“The full veil must be banned wherever it is legally possible,” she said to a large round of applause.
Merkel also stressed her determination to ensure that there’s no repeat of last year’s huge migrant influx as she seeks a new two-year term in charge of her conservative party. – Sun UK
An official within the ruling CDU/CSU coalition said regional states have to obey the law and warned those who didn’t would lose funding.
This comes in spite of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s long-standing open-door migrant policy, which began last year and has seen more than one million migrants enter the country since.
The country is now home to more than 200,000 failed asylum seekers, who continue to live in Germany despite officials confirming they would be at no risk if they were forced to go back to their home countries. –Express UK