Yesterday’s laughable, ridiculous ABC -Q & A talkfest showed KRudds minister for censorship, Stephen Con-roy, Â giggling like a schoolboy. No one was satisfied with Conroy dodging the questions, and his repeatedly mentioned nonsense about the “Russian mob” was met with laughter. From the Â ABC transcript:Â Â “I don’t actually know what’s on the list but I’m told by (indistinct) at ACMA it appears to be closer to the actual, legitimate list.”Â Â But that is the intention behind this drive for internet censorship: Big Brother ueber alles. Be worried, be very, very worried.
Â “Many, many Muslim friends” he has, this Conroy, and Waleed Aly’s tilt, the hijabbed ‘Sociologist’ Susan Carland, denied that the Taliban practice the “real Islam”- while using the forum to bash Israel, the same old dissonant howler for every far left ABC-tard to sing along to, especially the sputtering Louise Adler who raved about “occupation”. Andrew Bolt was quickly sidelined when he mentioned the fake stories about Israeli’s bombing schools, shooting up ambulances etc. and is left wondering why we collectively engage in denial that jihad is the real Islam and that some infidel politicians like Conroy know their Islam better than practicing Muslims. Louise Adler couldn’t be more wrong…
In case you missed it or if you want to see it again, here it is…
Meanwhile, at the UN cesspool:
GENEVA (AP) â€” The U.N.’s top human-rights body approved a proposal backed by Muslims nations Thursday urging the passage of laws around the world protecting religion from criticism.
The proposal by Pakistan had drawn strong criticism from free-speech campaigners and liberal democracies.
This isn’t really about criticizing religion. It’s about criticizing Islam.
Muslim nations have argued that religions, in particular Islam, must be shielded from criticism in the media and other areas of public life. They cited cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad as an example of unacceptable free speech.
“Islam is frequently and wrongly associated with human rights violations and terrorism,” the resolution said.
Not all Muslims are terrorists, but all (or nearly all) terrorists are Muslims.
Update: Did Carland come clean on Q&A?
* Interesting how quick and slick she inserted the Israeli T-shirt into the debate, she must have been well coached…
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the IDF’s reaction is pathetically weak:
T-SHIRTS showing a pregnant Muslim in rifle crosshairs above the slogan “1 shot 2 kills” have beenworn by Israeli soldiers to mark graduation… The Israeli military sought to dismiss the shirts as “tasteless humour” and condemned the soldiers involved as “not in accordance with IDF (Israeli Defence Force) values,” according to the Assoociated Press.
I’m glad the report includes this reminder:Â
Hamas’s media frequently uses anti-Semitic images of Jews and glorifies attacks on Israelis.
But if the IDF wants to underline the moral distinction between it and Hamas, itÂ needs to say and do something a lot stronger.