Taxpayers fund Islamic 'virginity fix' on the NHS
Women in labour are faced with over-subscribed maternity wards, while others seeking an abortion are given a do-it-yourself kit and sent home. For many, their hospital experience is miserable and painful, or they leave having contracted MRSA in a worse state they when they were admitted.
And is it any wonder when the NHS opts to fund priority surgery like this?
Yes, the British taxpayer is paying to restore virginity, so it’s not only Mary who is ‘ever virgin’. The NHS is far too PC to analyse the religion of those who seek this ‘virginity repair’, but by race they are immigrant or British-Asian, and it is reported that the vast majority of these are Muslim.
Cranmer often wondered how suicide bombers acquired as many as 72 virgins in Paradise, yet now it is revealed how the concept of Islamic re-virginisation can create perpetual virgins in order to satisfy the ever-increasing number of these ‘martyrs’ for their cause.
And before Communicants berate Cranmer for exaggerating the case (for he knows that taxpayers have only reportedly paid for 24 hymen reconstructions complete with ‘a capsule of an artificial blood-like substance’), it is the principle which rather irks him. This is still £96,000 of taxpayers’ money (presumably still increasing) which has been used for cosmetic deception; for cultural concealment; for the restoration of the false ‘honour’ of a family name in order that future spouses and in-laws may be satisfied that Nadia and Aisha were actually virgins on their wedding night.
Since when was this the purpose of NHS funding?
It has nothing to do with physical or psychological health, and everything to do with social regression driven by Islamic fundamentalism. According to Isabelle Levy, an author who studied the issue for her book Religion in the Hospital, young Muslim girls are ‘modern and they have adventures like other Europeans - which never happened in the past. But on the other hand, fundamentalism is spreading and these girls are getting sent back to their countries of origin to marry. And they will be rejected if it is found out that they are not virgins.’
Well, what a shame. They made their bed (or rather, unmade it), and so they should lie in it.
It is all so reminiscent of Jesus’ objections to the outward show of religion, and the importance of a pure heart. What sort of women and families are these who are prepared to establish a sacred marriage union that is based upon a lie from its inception? They can't fool God, not even if that god is Allah.
And Cranmer would like to know if all those girls who choose to retain their virginity through traditional means (ie abstinence) are entitled to a cash alternative from the NHS?
But of even greater theological concern to Cranmer is the question relating to the 72 virgins in Paradise. Now he has established how these may have the appearance of being ‘ever virgin’, and how the perpetuation of this façade is acceptable to many Muslims because of family ‘honour’, we may begin to understand how the hundreds and thousands of male suicide bombers may credibly look forward to an eternity of de-flowering. But what do female suicide bombers hope for? Assuming it not to be an eternity of lesbian bonding, how does one restore the virginity of a man?