Thursday, 15 October 2009

Sikh freaks

Recently, a Sikh man was awarded a sum of money by a British court as compensation for having been asked to remove his turban to do training in the police force. This he could not do because his turban is “one and the same as the Sikh’s head”. Now, a Sikh schoolboy and his family are winging because he is not permitted to take a dagger to school. In Frit’s view, he should only be allowed to take the dagger to school if he is prepared to use it only to “consecrate the ceremonial sweet pudding”, which, it seems, is after all one of the dagger’s important never to be done without purposes.

Or why not simply go back to where running around with a dagger and having your head be one and the same as a piece of cloth is the done thing?