As we've seen in a previous post, the spiritual leaders of the "religion" of Islam are so completely entrenched in their hatred and oppression of women that they don't even believe that females should be allowed to drive cars. Our earlier post featured a Saudi "cleric" explaining, in 2005, that driving an automobile will inevitably result in moral and spiritual breakdown for any woman who does it: to put it plainly, that women only want to drive so that they'll have more access to fornication. That was eight years ago. Now, the rationale has changed somewhat: less than a month ago, in an interview that is becoming a viral video, another Saudi "cleric" explains that women shouldn't drive because they're, pardon me, not anatomically constructed for such a task, and that driving will, pardon me again, damage or destroy their ovaries. In a religion that regards women as nothing but sexual slaves and bearers of children, this is of course a great concern. But let this great and holy man speak for himself:
I really must apologize for the preoccupation with sex that so many of these posts about Islam exhibit. It seems that nearly every post on the subject has to do with gynecology, sexual slavery, or pedophilia, among other things. But I didn't invent this foul excuse for a religion: the sex-obsessed madman Muhammad did, and it was quickly adopted by like-minded men, if men they can be called. The only concerns of Mohammedanism are death, hatred, and sex. I could concentrate on the preoccupation with death, by posting videos of beheadings and stonings, but I simply don't want to visit that kind of horror on the readers of this blog.
This is a religion of slaves, sadists, and sex maniacs: I refer to the true believers, not the pleasant, smiling Muslim that you see in the supermarkets of the civilized world. But those people (the "non-militant" Muslims, supposedly) are willfully endorsing and collaborating with the most foul, barbaric religion in history.
I'm not a NASCAR fan, but this sort of thing makes me want to cheer for Danica Patrick and her female colleagues throughout racing history.