Puppy Ad Sparks Muslim Outrage and a Wimpy Apology

Using free word association in reverse, what nation would most likely be associated with the following traits or habits: polite, proper, tea, crumpets, politically correct and yellow teeth? The last one might have been unnecessary, but you’ve likely guessed it. The United Kingdom. The word, trait, currently causing Britons the greatest amount of aggravation is their ridiculous penchant for political correctness in the face of the growing Islamic encroachment into British culture.

The latest multicultural friction resulted from an innocuous ad to raise awareness of a new non-emergency number in Tayside, Scotland.

From the Daily Mail:

The advert has upset Muslims because dogs are considered ritually unclean and has sparked such anger that some shopkeepers in Dundee have refused to display the advert.

Dundee councillor Mohammed Asif said: ‘My concern was that it’s not welcomed by all communities, with the dog on the cards.

It’s a shame that councillor Mohammed was given a forum to share his grievances. And instead of declining to comment, the spokesperson for Tayside police had this to say:

‘We did not seek advice from the force’s diversity adviser prior to publishing and distributing the postcards. That was an oversight and we apologise for any offence caused.’

By responding to the Muslim representative, the community is acquiescing to a segment of British society, forty percent of whom would like to live under sharia. Just add this latest accommodation to the long list including: pharmacists who won’t dispense the birth-control pill to patients, supermarket cashiers who won’t ring up bottles of brew, Islamic medical students who refuse to attend alcohol and STD related lectures or answer exam questions concerning those subjects.

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