Posts Tagged ‘ Salman Rushdie ’

The Fight For The West

The Fight For The West

Two recent articles are worth reading in light of the conviction of Geert Wilders for voicing uncomfortable truths. One is an interview with the EU ambassador to the United States, David O’Sullivan. It’s worth noting his final answer, which unequivocally rejects the idea that another member state will sever ties with the European Union-despite...
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Bloody Borders

Although there have been numerous global jihadist assaults since my last post-including an unsuccessful attack carried out by a Somali Muslim immigrant in a Texas town forced to accept the resettlement of refugees and the beheading of a Canadian hostage taken by Abu Sayyaf-it’s worth reflecting upon the atrocity which took place at the Pulse...
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Freedom Of Conscience (Stand With Pam)

Freedom Of Conscience (Stand With Pam)

  For those of you still laboring under the impression that Islam is not at war with the West-including the presumptive Democratic nominee for President-I have some shocking news. It turns out that the followers of Mohammed have other ideas. The plan to assassinate free speech, counterjihad activist Pamela Geller-which was, thankfully, thwarted through...
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Freedom? (The UK Witch Trials)

Freedom? (The UK Witch Trials)

A small victory for freedom of thought in a nation which has gradually descended into the muck of fascism, aided in no small part by the wholesale importation of Islamic radicals. Paul Weston, himself a victim of political persecution for expressing wrong think, explains why Tommy Robinson is the #1 target of the British...
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Stand With Pam (And Against Totalitarianism)

Stand With Pam (And Against Totalitarianism)

One of the tools the global jihad attempts to use against the West is the imposition of economic and fiscal costs-to the point of bankruptcy-upon its targets. Al Qaeda and the Islamic State, as well as their affiliates throughout the world, have made it clear that they seek to not only impose psychological terror...
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Speaking Freely

The insanity of multiculturalism as it’s practiced in Europe, expressed more eloquently and succinctly than any statesman. For a deep dive into freedom of  expression’s foes, I would suggest reading Frankie Boyle’s essay on offense and free speech. Although not touching directly upon the nature of the threat posed to the European people and...
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Gallows Humor

Gallows Humor

Sony’s capitulation in the face of threats by unidentified sources, who are presumed to support the odious Kim dynasty, serves to confirm what most of us have known for some time. Namely, the extent of allowable political discourse in popular culture is inextricably linked to the willingness of the objects of political criticism to...
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Dogma (Seavey/Perry on Islam and Spiderman)

Today’s episode of Seavey/Perry tackles the religio-ideology which dare not speak its name, as well as popular culture’s treatment of the same.  Enjoy.
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Speech Enchained

Speech Enchained

Freedom as it’s been known and experienced since the Enlightenment is in a death spiral on the European continent, as we’ve explored on this website in the past. One of the most cherished freedoms-for both Europeans and Americans-is the ability to speak openly about anything and everything without fear of government suppression or reprisals.
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Inherit The Wind (Rally for Free Speech This Tuesday)

Inherit The Wind (Rally for Free Speech This Tuesday)

Prosecutors in Tennessee are once again in the news.  Unlike the Scopes Monkey Trial, however, in this case they’re seeking to impose real penalties for uttering blasphemous thoughts. Even as the perpetrators and organizers of the Benghazi attack remain free, the first man in American history to be jailed for blaspheming the man Muslims...
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