It takes a nation to protect the nation
Some photos are iconic or epochal, in that one single photo can express thousands of pages of competing ideas and feelings, and somehow encapsulate entire competing systems of thought. They manage to sum up the spirit of the time. The above photo of a drag queen sat next to an Sharia Law fascist, does just that. (Other examples are the Me Lai Napalm girl in Vietnam, and the vulture watching the crawling infant in Africa).
The drag queen should be seen as a *celebration* of Western values, not a degeneration. They are enjoying our freedom, without exploiting it in order to destroy it (like Islam). Please don't be like a rightist parrot, repeating the lines that allow the brain dead left to classify you as simply a bit dim and old fashioned. If you disagree with what I've just said, then please show me the Drag Queen Manifesto, similar to the Muslim Brotherhood Manifesto, which outlines how Drag Queens are going to destroy secular democracy, and replace it with Drag Queen Law (instead of Sharia Law).
On the contrary, Drag Queens are *demonstrating* the principles of liberal civil society. They are concentrating on enjoying themselves, whilst not harming anyone else or society in general, just like you and me. (Christians may argue with the latter as regards corrupting children, but if you feel like playing golf, or feeling like dressing in drag, I really don't think that seeing people do it is what changes you. It was there already). We created this society of freedom and industry, precisely so we could have as enjoyable a life as possible (as defined by each each person). But Islam has other goals.
Rejecting the drag queen is rejecting our own base. They are not a threat (apart from not having kids, but how many straight people are also guilty of that?). We are supposed to pursue our own enjoyment, in order for the capitalist free market system to function correctly. Yes, a responsible citizen is also active in support of the society's system of government, but if you want to make that a mandatory regulation, you'd better follow Mohammed, who made it obligatory to fight in the battles, and forbad Muslims from staying at home to tend to their businesses and personal matters.
The reason this photo is iconic, is that it represents the blatant juxtaposition of two competing and *antithetical* ideologies. Its as if a Nazi Storm Trooper was sat next to a communist insurgent in a Mao Suit with red star and Mao book. We can pretend its just two people using the shared Mass Transit System, but only by ignoring their symbols, and what they stand for.
The Muslima stands for a system that seeks to overthrow secular democracy and replace it with Sharia Law, that oppresses women and sees them as worth 1/2 or less that of men, and that mandates the killing of all those that leave the ideology, or refuse to submit to it. Her submission to the Burqa is a clear statement that she is with that program.
Such a juxtaposition begs the question: "Can these two competing ideologies happily share the systems and institutions of this society?. After all, they are currently sharing a train system (but obviously, that's just a current expedient)." It's nothing to do with the 'degeneration' of Western society or Christianity or whatever. Its a practical and logistical question, answered by reference to the underlying ideologies, as denoted by the symbols these two passengers are carrying.
And the answer is obviously no, not in the long term. We can even predict the winner. Islam is a master of violence, which Drag Queens are not, so Islam will win, and the Drag Queens will disappear.
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