Skip to comments.Free Speech Sacrificed on Altar of 'Tolerance'?
Posted on 09/27/2012 7:41:15 AM PDT by Leigh Patrick Sullivan
Years of wondering down the nefarious path of multi-culturalism has brought us to the point where Muslim leaders and Arab presidents are warning the West to limit our freedom of speech in order to appease Muslim sensibilities. We hear the all-too-rare voice of a moderate Muslim speaking out not against those who we are told are defaming and bastardizing the Quran, but instead suggesting that North Americans accept the limitation of freedoms so as to avoid any more attacks on our soil.
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“Years of wondering...”
Years of wandering...
More political correctness in the world.
As far as religious insults go, on the one hand, we are told that P**S Christ is fine art, and that liberals don’t care how deeply offensive that “art” is to Christians. Ditto with the Virgin Mary covered in dung as “art”.
But, any satiritical or insulting reference to Mohammed, whoa, we’re supposed to then say, we don’t want to insult someone’s religion, and have respect for religious faith and religious symbols and all that.
I never understand the liberal logic on some of these issues.
‘Sloth is not so much a laziness of mind and body, but rather the total poisoning of the will, to the place where we acquiesce to evil and error in the name of tolerance...it it is a 20th century malady.’
This proves once and for all there’s no such thing as a “moderate Muslim”.
Yes. Islam is, indeed, a “Religion of Peace”...
...to be achieved by murdering or enslaving anyone who refuses to submit.
I think we should propose a deal:
We will arrest and fine anyone who blasphemes the Prophet ...
and they will kill any Imam that proposes or condones violence against the West or Israel.
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