Monday, 15 February 2010


Britain’s first Sikh judge, now retired, insists that Sikh boys ought to be permitted to take their daggers to school with them because it’s part of their religion. Elsewhere a judge has ruled that a Hindu is permitted to have himself cremated on an open-air funeral pyre, despite it always having been against the law, because it’s part of his religion. Frit, who recently converted to worshiping Mesoamerican god Huitzilopochtli is now asking a judge for the right to cut the hearts out of living human children as offerings to Huitzilopochtli and to chop up the rest of their bodies into choice joints to share with relatives for Sunday dinner because it’s part of his new religion. As both Sikhs and Hindus have also practiced a lot of human sacrificing in their time, Frit thinks it only fair that they should have the same rights granted to them too.