How, pray tell, Â did we get to the point where telling the truth meant losing your job? How did Islam become so protected, that reporting the words of the killer (as he did his best to slaughter all his coworkers) Â is a crime and a firing offense?
How can an eyewitness be afraid to lose her job by telling truthfully that the jihadist Â psycho-killer Hasan Malik shouted the Islamic war cry ‘Allahu akbar’? How insanely perverse and twisted has our society become when political correctness and trumped up fears of “bigotry & racism” stifle every debate and make honest discourse impossible?
Another two examples of how political correctness is killing free speech (and much more) here:
Homosexuality Ueber Alles:
A manager at a Massachusetts retail store claims he was unjustly fired after he told a colleague he thought her impending marriage to another woman was wrong. (The woman told him four times how great it was to be a Lesbian…/ed)
The termination letter refers to a “zero-tolerance policy regarding “harassment” and “inappropriate and unprofessional” comments.”
“While you are entitled to your own beliefs, imposing them upon others in the workplace is not acceptable and in this case, by telling a colleague that she is deviant and immoral, constitutes discrimination and harassment.”
Guess who had to go? Â The usual suspects know who the culprit is:Â “Christian Bigot Whines Over Being Fired”
Who’s beliefs are imposed on whom here?
Flashback: Â Â Crucify him!
In October, Â America ganged up on a Louisiana judge who refused to Â issue a marriage license to an interracial couple.
The judge simply told them thatÂ he doesn’t approve of mixed race marriages, but that Â many other judges Â would marry the couple.
Is he entitled to his views or not?
Mr. Obama has made it a goal of his presidency to repair relations with Muslims around the world; in a major speech in Cairo this year, he called for a “new beginning” with the Muslim world. The shootings at Fort Hood, however, pose a different problem for the president, byÂ shining a spotlight on the tensions Muslims feel inside the United States.
“Feel” or “inspire”?