Thursday 20 January 2011 by Spacey

You’ve clearly had too many dinner parties with other Tories, public tells Warsi


Baroness Warsi’s claims that prejudice against Muslims has ‘passed the dinner-table test’ has prompted the public to tell her that she must have been attending too many dinner parties with other Tories.

Baroness Warsi will use her speech at Leicester University to say that anti-Muslim prejudice is now seen by many Britons as normal and uncontroversial, and she will use her position to fight an ‘ongoing battle against bigotry, unless it’s directed at homosexuals’.

People who have dinner parties have expressed surprise at the claims by the Co-Chairman of the Conservative Party and the most prominent Muslim MP in the country.

“I had a few friends over for dinner last night, and I can honestly say that the subject of Islam didn’t crop up.” revealed 28 year-old Kim Nolan.

“We did however have quite an interesting discussion about Baroness Warsi’s campaign leaflets in which she said that schools were promoting homosexuality and that lowering the age of consent for homosexuality from 18 to 16, allowed schoolchildren to be propositioned for homosexual relationships.”

“That and Eastenders. Oh, and Katie Price and Alex Reid.”

Baroness Warsi claims Islamophobia rife

Warsi will use her speech to warn that it is dangerous to separate moderate and extreme Muslims, leading to suggestions she’s happy for all Muslims to be lumped in with beliefs of Osama Bin Laden.

“Oh, I get it,” continued Nolan, “She’s trying to put the ‘fun’ back in Islamic Fundamentalist.  Yeah, good luck with that.”

Christians have reacted angrily to claims by Baroness Warsi that prejudice against Muslims does not attract the social stigma attached to prejudice against other religious groups.

“That’s rubbish, we are always getting picked on for our beliefs encapsulating love, forgiveness and tolerance” said a Church of England spokesperson.

“Nice campaign leaflets on the sicko bummers, though.”

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