The Irish rock musician and activist Bob Geldof wants to accommodate four Syrian families in his two homes in the UK.
- I can not stand what's happening. I can not stand what it does to us, says Geldof to the Irish radio station RTE.
- I and Jeanne are ready for promptly taking in three families at our house in Kent and one family in our apartment in London, says Geldof.
The families will be able to stay until they can get ahead and get himself a future, he says.
He also points out that the image of the three-year-Aylan, found dead on a beach in Turkey after having drowned on their way to Greece, have made him ashamed.
- I look at it with deep shame and a fierce sense that we have betrayed what we are and want to be, says Geldof, who in 1984 fronted Band Aid to raise money for famine victims in Ethiopia.
To be honest, it's a great idea by Geldof. Hopefully he and Jeanne survive, unless it's some undercover ISIS members they unknowingly plan to house. Then it will be Geldof wearing an orange jump suit, ready to be beheaded on video and broadcasted via Raqqa.
Nevertheless, ignorant Geldof will finally be able to see how Islam plays out, and he will be able to experience oppression of women, demands of Halal only, no beers or pork, first hand, and coming Christmas, there will be riots in his home(s) if he suggest a Christmas tree or put on "White Christmas" from his stack of CD's.
It won't be long until both he and Jeanne are hardcore "Islamophobes". Do it Bob! Do it! Learning is living (hopefully).
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