What we need to learn from from our enemies
A message from Pamela Geller: Truth is the new hate-speech
There are lessons that we can learn from the enemy. There is little admirable in the evil machinations of the left’s tactics, but their defense of their own people is one of them. When one of their own is under attack, they circle the wagons, hunker down, dig in their heels and defend to the death, no matter how egregious the act (think John Edwards, Barney Frank, Charles Rangel, et al — a veritable rogues’ gallery).
- $10.000 000 Lawsuit Against Pamela Geller
- The Lawfare Case Against Pamela Geller
- War against the freedom of speech heating up in America and Europe …
The right lacks this quality. We tend to eat our own, and then wonder why we have no real leaders. The right allowed the jackals, the vultures to destroy Sarah Palin; even now we hear that she is unelectable (for 2012). Why? She’s perfect. Palin is the most glaring example, but she is but one in a long line. It has to stop. Would Tom DeLay have resigned if he had been a Democrat? Would Jack Ryan have pulled out of the US Senate race (against Obama, no less) if he had been a Democrat? The list is too long. The right has to man up.
Robert Spencer published this piece at Front Page magazine. He has been a staunch defender of me and my work, a rare and wondeful quality. Thanks, Robert.
Warman is suing me for $500,000.00 Dollars. A ridiculous amount for an equally ridiculous lawsuit. Nonetheless even nuisance suits such as this must be defended against. To date legal fees have run me about 10K. I’ve covered that from my own pocket. I am now asking for your help. I know times are hard for many of us but if every reader who visited daily were to contribute 5 or 10 dollars then that would go a long way to helping all of us out.
This is your fight too, well except for the lawyer stuff anyway;) Â (read more, here)
Elisabeth’s Voice: Fighting for Free Speech in Austria (Thanks to Vlad Tepes)