Female genital mutilation is a barbaric abuse of women found only in the most sexist, anti-female nations. Like the woman hating den of Islam in the Middle East. But such atrocities aren’t exclusively reserved for Islamic dung heaps. Now FGM is becoming a regular thing in England. Yes, England. As in the same England that isn’t Pakistan. The same England which prides itself on its Rugby, Cricket, and penchant for drinking tea with pinky raised aloft.
Well, the differences between Pakistan and England are becoming less clear. Check out how many lady England residents have suffered from female genital mutilation:
The NHS in England recorded 5,391 new cases of female genital mutilation (FGM) in the past year, data reveals.
Almost half involved women and girls living in London, NHS Digital found.
Most of the cases were spotted by midwives and doctors working in maternity and obstetric units. The majority had FGM done to them abroad and as a young child.
A third were women and girls born in Somalia, while 112 cases were UK-born nationals.
Fun fact about Somalia? The country is essentially 100% Muslim.
There’s an undeniable pattern at work in Europe. Wherever Islamic migrants flood, female genital mutilation follows. See Uh, Feminists? Number of ‘German’ Women Suffering Genital Mutilation SKYROCKETS.
Sometimes these bumps in the number of FGM cases are due to women who have already been cut in their home countries but are now living in a new, “civilized” country. Other times Muslims actually bring their lady slicing culture with them. Like in Detroit, Michigan, where a doctor was arrested for performing female genital mutilation. Or in Virginia, where a depraved imam called for the genital mutilation of little girls in order to “tame their sexuality.”
There’s a common denominator at play here. Hint: it starts with an “s” and ends with a “hitty Islam.” To point out such facts is hate speech in countries like England and Germany. Which, coincidentally, is where female genital mutilation, rape, and terrorism are on the rise. But please, let’s talk about how some words are hurtful.
Chalk it up to small cultural differences.