This week it emerged that ISIS was plotting to attack tourist beaches across Europe by posing as vendors and placing bombs under sunbeds.
Meanwhile, over in North Carolina, people are being required by a new law to use public bathrooms that correspond with their biological gender.
So which grave threat to Brits traveling overseas did the British Foreign Office decide to warn its citizens about?
You already know the answer to that question.
“The British Foreign Office has released an advisory warning travelers to be aware of controversial new laws in North Carolina and Mississippi before visiting the United States,” reports the Washington Post.
“The U.S. is an extremely diverse society and attitudes towards LGBT people differ hugely across the country,” the advisory says. “LGBT travelers may be affected by legislation passed recently in the states of North Carolina and Mississippi. Before traveling please read our general travel advice for the LGBT community.”
So according to the Foreign Office, warning its citizens of the possibility that 0.03% of the population that identifies as transgender may in some obscure, incredibly unlikely scenario be caught up in North Carolina’s bathroom law represents a far more pressing issue than an actual ISIS plan to massacre people on European beaches.
The fact that thirty British citizens were slaughtered on a beach by ISIS jihadists in Sousse, Tunisia less than a year ago, only brings a new level of absurdity to this farce.
Britain is full of Islamic hate preachers who openly call for homosexuals and other members of the LGBT community to be executed, and they aresupported by almost half of UK Muslims, yet this is what the government is worried about?
Given new polls that reveal over half of Muslims in the UK think homosexuality should be illegal, perhaps the British government should be more concerned about attitudes towards LGBT people on its own soil than anything that’s happening in North Carolina.
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