About a hundred of you guys sent me links to various articles about the Junior ROTC allowing their cadets to wear their hijabs in uniform – completely disregarding the meaning of the term “uniform”;
“We welcome the fact that Muslim and Sikh students nationwide will now be able to participate fully in JROTC leadership activities while maintaining their religious beliefs and practices,” CAIR National Executive Director Nihad Awad told the Orlando Sentinel.
“I was like, you’ve got to be kidding me. I wanted to just break down crying right there,” Zawity told Nashville’s WTVF-TV at the time. “They‘re telling me I’m not allowed to march in the parade just because of a piece of cloth wrapped around my head. And to me it‘s not like it’s just a piece of cloth, to me, it’s like my symbol.”
Well, you always have the choice to walk away from the JROTC program, ya know. Persoanlly, I think more women shoudl wear hijabs…I think they’re HAWT! Hijabs turn me right the hell on. Whenever I see a woman in a hijab, I just can’t take my eyes off of her and I fantasized how I can pleasure her. So more of you should be wearing them, just to please me. In fact, the Army should design a hijab for all women soldiers regardless of their religion so we can get back to the meaning of “uniform”.
In fact, while we’re at it, we should adopt the culture completely – women should be in the back of parade formations, behind the men, where they belong. And they should run PT in their hijabs…all of the women, regardless of their religious persuasion. Let’s swallow CAIR’s bullshit whole hog.