Bonni the Nazi gets Easter egg on her face
Oh dear, Bonni, you really shouldn't believe everything you read in the Daily Mail or your dwindling pool of paymasters will get cross at your making fools of them. Over at Harry's Place, a well-known ultra-right-wing blog which does not, however, call for the return of the Nazis or the public execution of inconvenient journalists, is a post generally slurping the Kool-aid over the fake story of a "Trojan Horse" plan for wicked Muslims to take over Birmingham's schools. No shocks there, but it contains this:
Given that the alleged problems are decidedly serious, it seems counter-productive and unnecessary to exaggerate them. The Daily Mail’s easter egg story is just a little over-egged.
The long headline in this URL asserts that ‘Islamic school hardliners confiscated Easter eggs’. If one hears of confiscation in a school then the natural assumption is that a teacher is involved. A few paragraphs in we learn:
It was also claimed that roving ‘morality squads’ have been instituted at the affected schools, and would censor talk of non-Muslim festivals and smash pupils’ Easter eggs.
‘Instituted’ implies a formally approved arrangement, and it’s some time before we learn that in fact what is being claimed is that ‘groups of pupils were confiscating toys and chocolate from younger children’ and that teachers are turning a blind eye to this practice. (Of course this in itself is not welcome, and the reports of girls being bullied for not wearing hijab are still more worrying.)
This kind of souping up should be discouraged for two reasons. It encourages anti-Muslim bigotry and it gives people like Yaqoob and Ridley a handle for further deflection.
Oops. That's you given a telling, Bonni. Just stick to the official Islamophobic lies you're told to print, darling, and don't fall for the obviously fake stuff the way you so often do.
Here's another example of Bonni getting carried away with the joy of lying about Muslims - and about Britain, which she hates, presumably because we ban fascists like Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller from entering (and would most likely ban Bonni if she were foolish enough to try). In November 2011 she posted this "story", supposedly from the Daily Mail. Well, yes, it was from the Daily Mail, but it had been published in 2002, as Bonni's own link makes obvious. And it wasn't true in 2002 either:
And it's still not true.
Poor, poor stupid Bonni, No wonder the big players in the Islamophobia Industry have stopped sending her material to post. it must have been embarrassing to share web space with her crazy conspiracy theories and famous debunked hoaxes, not to mention Bonni's lovingly collected porn pictures (she has a mutilation fetish, and can't go more than a couple of days without uploading a few dozen tasty pictures of severed heads or limbs).