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19h43 UTC; WEDNESDAY, 14 JANUARY 2015: Notwithstanding the Islamophobic denials Fox Prolefeed and their paleoconservative drookies want "Real America" to believe "For My God and My Country", mainline Islamist clerics are actually taking serious offense and objections to the ilk of such radical "Islamist" terror groups and sects as Islamic State, al-Qaeda, the Taleban, Boko Haram and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, contending that their use of terror, disorder and violence to achieve their aims, and the invocation of Islamic teachings in furtherance thereof, is indeed contrary to Islamic teachings.

With that in mind, then, what would stand in the way of more mainstream Christian faiths and denominations, Protestants and Catholics in particular, taking issue with radicalised Christianity stateside (particularly so among the Fundamentalist/Primitive scions thereof) and their articles of faith which, on closer reading, reveals much the same theocratic agenda these same sects love using as whipping-boys against Islam--one, it turns out, having elements of Fascism on the model practiced by apartheid South Africa and Jucheism of the North Korean brand?

And what would preclude the next General Synods of the several mainstream Christian denominations from coming forth with resolutions taking issue therewith, or individual congregations expressing disapproval and objection?

Which may want to be the song in the minds of Miley Cyrus fans at the moment, what with nude Polaroids of the former child star of the Disney Channel series Hannah Montana having surfaced in social media over recent days.

(Strange as it seems, folks, that very song--"My Birthday Suit" by the Cattanooga Cats, vocalised by Peggy Clinger--was originally w
ritten for the low-budget soft-porn cult hit Jennie: Wife/Child, later reissued as Albert Peckingpaw's Revenge; Lydia Marcelle sang it originally, and appears on the soundtrack albums of both releases. But how its origins in soft porn managed to get past Hanna-Barbera executives as well as the censors at ABC, which commissioned the series for its Saturday-morning programme in the 1969-70 season, is beyond anybody's comprehension, what with the principals involved [Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera in particular] having died or otherwise now in varying states of decline.)

So till next time, folks: "73"

(Which, incidentally, was railroad telegraphers' shorthand for "goodbye.")

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