Walking the street, the hate preacher banned by Britain . . . and now he's using human rights law to stay
This is really good. Thanks to the New English Review for hipping me to this video:
Klingschor made an excellent video on Taqiyya here (and Philhellenes to his credit accepted he was wrong, apologised and removed his video - I already had enormous respect for Phill, and it only increased when I saw how he handled this - even though Klingschor was a bit rough with him lol):
Verses re-abrogation: (...)
Hudson New York 28 July 2011
By Soeren Kern
Media outlets in Europe and the United States are accusing Western critics of Islam and multiculturalism of complicity in the mass killing of more than 70 people in Norway. The attempt to exploit this crime for political gain is not just a case of malicious opportunism. It also represents the latest and most unsavoury salvo in the long-running war on free speech in Europe.
Atlas Shrugs 28 July 2011
Skip to minute 3:35 -- one reference in a 1,518 page rant (and a couple of links to news stories at Atlas), and Cooper prostrates himself to the very ideology that would hang him in the public square for his "alternative" lifestyle. And notice they only focus on Spencer and me -- but never have us on. So afraid are they that people might be swayed by the truth.
AINA (press release) 28 July 2011
By Daniel Pipes
Scandinavia may look idyllic from a distance, what with royal families and prime ministers almost without security, but it has endured its fair share of violence, from the assassination of Swedish prime minister Olof Palme to two school massacres in one year in Finland, one killing eight, the other ten. Anders Behring Breivik's rampage, in other words, was hardly unprecedented.
Gates of Vienna 28 July 2011
By Pat Condell
Pat Condell speaks out on last week’s atrocities in Norway:
Right Side News 28 July 2011
By Daniel Greenfield
The clash of civilizations is also a clash of histories. The Western view of history is progressive. A march upward from barbarism to greater phases of enlightenment. This view is fairly modern and fairly liberal, yet closely associated with the success of Western civilization. In progressive history, human techniques from the technological to the social can be used to improve life and make the world a better place.