Skip to comments.Scottish student loses appeal of anti-Israel racism conviction (rare-good news from Eurabia)
Posted on 05/08/2012 8:45:45 AM PDT by Milagros
A university student in Scotland lost his appeal of a racism conviction for insulting a fellow student's Israeli flag.
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New Speak is Double Speak.
This is anti-free speech, so I don’t see much to celebrate. All this means in practice is that you can’t “insult” islam or a moslem nation either. I suppose the only good news is that at least that prohibition goes both ways.
The assistant to the Secretary General of the United Nations comes to him and says "Mr. Secretary General, a number of our member states have a proposal. Instead of having numerous national soccer teams, the membership would like to propose that they take the best players from the best teams and use them to form one great United Nations soccer team."
The Secretary General, seeing a flaw in the plan, remarked "That seems to be a splendid idea, but if we were to create a single great United Nations soccer team, who would it play against?"
The assistant replied "Israel, of course."
You’re right. Nothing to celebrate here.
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No, they're not. European free speech rules are unlike Americans'.
True. I prefer ours.
It’s ironic that he’s attending St. Andrews University, which was named after a Jew.
Wow. I didn't know that.
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