Freedom of the press and speech is one thing, but if it fans the flames of our enemies and/or results in harm to our troops or civilians, some form of penalty should ensue.
I agree. They can't use the freedom of speech as a Trojan horse to whip up anti-American feelings.
posted on 06/13/2005 10:28:41 AM PDT
by processing please hold
(Islam and Christianity do not mix ----9-11 taught us that)
To: pbrown; All
"Not unlike the countries in Southeast Asia, America and the West will seriously have to consider implementating further authoritative measures within our own societies in the near future to deal with the revanche of Islamic fundamentalism should we fail to address the political aspirations and aspects of Islam now."
"Simultaneously punishing and placating the adherents of Islamic fascism achieve nothing. It is not insults and intolerance that fuel the fires of fascism, it is our appeasement and our own self-abasement that provide fuel for the fire."
There was a time when I thought I had an education that money could not buy, having spent a good portion of my live living in a Muslim country has turned into the curse of Cassandra instead.
An American Expat in Southeast Asia
posted on 06/13/2005 12:27:46 PM PDT
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