An Islamic member of the conservative government, the so-called Baroness Warsi claims that she decided to speak out after her father urged her to 'show leadership' on the controversial issue of Pakistani men that see white girls as 'fair game'.
1. She takes directions from daddy, instead of being her own person. That smacks of a Pakistani society and culture where children are dictated to by their Islamic parents. Even in adulthood, Warsi follows instructions from daddy. Is that politically correct for a grown woman?
2. As an Islamic woman, should she not be taking her instructions from God?
3. Warsi admits that British citizens are being treated as 'second class citizens' and 'white women as third class' citizens by some Pakistani men. Now where did they learn that? Its embedded in the Islamic religion that came out of Saudi Arabia.
4. What do strong British women call people like Warsi? 'Daddies girls'. Should such a woman be given a title of Baroness by the British crown? Certainly not.
I applaud her for standing up to Islam and its doctrines. However, it would have been far more beneficial, if she had done so due to her following her own heart of conscience, or the will of God.