Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Aussie cricket team caves, decides to allow Muslim player to wear a specially-made jersey without the team's beer sponsor logo

by Eric Dondero 

Fuckin' Bullshit! A mighty fuck you goes out to every goddamned left-libertarian prick out there who still says Islam does not pose a threat to the United States, Great Britain, France, Germany, Spain, Italy Scandanavia, Australia, New Zealand and all of Western Civilization. 

From One News New Zealand, TVNZ, "Aussie Muslim leg-spinner won't wear beer logo":
Cricket Australia (CA) have agreed to let Muslim leg spinner Fawad Ahmed compete without the logo of a sponsor's beer brand on his shirt out of respect for his "personal beliefs". 
Australia's touring international teams have competed with the logo of Victoria Bitter, a popular locally-brewed beer, on their shirts for a number of years. Victoria Bitter, known colloquially by its brand "VB", is brewed by Carlton & United Breweries, which was acquired by global brewing giant SABMiller in 2011. 
Ahmed, a former Pakistani refugee who received his Australian citizenship in July, made his international debut in the first of two Twenty20 matches against England last week.
Ahmed had requested to be excused from wearing the 'VB' logo as it conflicted with his religious beliefs, Fairfax Media said on Tuesday, and CA executive general manager of operations Mike McKenna said the governing body had approved it.
Yeah, the SOB is now smiling his ass off at the patsy Australian company who owns the team. 

This is Creeping Sharia right before our very eyes. And anyone who cannot see that is either blind or a total fucking idiot.

SOLUTION: VOTE RISE UP AUSTALIA! Because even the conservatives in the Liberal Democrat Party (LDP) can no longer be trusted to fully oppose Islam.


jimmyjones5 said...

Dondero hates religious freedom. People with different beliefs that his? GET OUT OF MY COUNTRY! I'M FOR LIBERTY!

FINCHNEST13 said...

The issue is one of choice. It has been customary for teams that are sponsored by a corporation to wear the logo of the company. If the soccer player found the logo offensive to his religious beliefs, he could choose to not play for the team or find a team that has a logo that isn't in conflict with his religious beliefs. I'm sure he knew that the sponsor was a company that made beer before he signed on with the team. While Muslims are famous for demanding that everyone respect their religious beliefs and not offend them, they are not interested in respecting the religious beliefs of anyone not Muslim and don't mind offending or being disrespectful of others who don't share their beliefs.

Eric Dondero said...

I'd say he went there with the specific intent to cause this furor and bring attention to his cause. Looks like he succeeded.