Skip to comments.VIDEO: ‘Miss Baghdad’ Pageant Lives Again
Posted on 12/18/2010 4:31:08 AM PST by deks
Iraqi women recently competed in the Miss Baghdad beauty pageant - an event that was on hold for nearly 30 years during years of war and Ba'ath Party rule.
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This is good news.
But a portion of the Iraqi people have returned to another form of ‘normal life’ for Muslims: - killing Christians in the name of a demon.
This Christmas I hope and pray that the Iraquis will choose good rather than evil and stamp out the anti-Christian forces in their midst.
It looks like a cheap bar at closing time, but everything has to start somewhere.....
Oh great. Let’s start normalization with the blatant objectification of women. Good idea.
Nice. A bunch of pretty, dark-haired young women. Although the fashion choices are a little sketchy. The stripped sweater has got to go. I’m just an idiot guy that can barely match socks, but even I wouldn’t pull that out of the closet.
We’ll know when democracy has completely taken hold when they implement smoking bans in their bars and clubs.........LOL!
From what I saw they have a real disconnect of what beauty means.
I suggest they continue working on finding beautiful women.
Right now they are wholly deficient in decent looking women.
Fine by me. I objectify them all the time but, it only gets them 5 minutes of conversation before I determine if there is a “there”.... there.
Most of the time I have tuned out around the 2 minute mark.
Plain looking women and their lesser counterparts are generally more interesting, smarter and have more wit.
Except for Diane Sawyer. She is both beautiful and interesting.
From what I saw it didn’t look like many of them were worth a free beer...yeessshhhh..
Here they are during the swimwear competition.
Wow! Miss Fallujah is dynamite! Look at that wrist!!
OMG she exposed her wrist, that’s ten lashes for her.
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