Why Does Naming of Hurricanes Exclude Muslim Names?
Satire by John W. Lillpop
Sheila Jackson-Lee, Democrat member of the U.S. House from Texas, created somewhat of a row a few years ago when she chided bureaucrats who name hurricanes for failing to give African-American names equal time.
Jackson-Lee’s protest was received as it should have been: Most simply chalked it up to another instance of unintentional hilarity courtesy of the moon bat Democrat who misrepresents the 18th Congressional District in Texas which, quite frankly, deserves far better!
If Jackson-Lee’s silly notion were to actually prevail, all groups would demand equal time in the hurricane naming game.
Then, imagine a law suit filed by CAIR, Council on American Islamic Relations, demanding that Muslim names be included, including the following:
In evaluating this gross injustice, one must ask: Is it Islamaphobia or simply garden variety American racism that causes important Muslim names to be ignored when it comes to violent, destructive acts, which really are uniquely Muslim when you think about it?
Do we need an act of Congress to change this outrage? Or will an Executive Order suffice?
Better not dither too long, Mr. President, because the hurricane season is already here and the racists pigs at the National Hurricane Center (NHC) have already wasted a spot by naming the first storm ALEX.
Religion of peace activists are perfectly justified in demanding, why not ALLAH?
Along with a gentle reminder to the blokes at NHC: Start using Muslim names or we will lop off your sorry heads!
Posted by John W Lillpop at 5:49 PM