Conversely, if you let them take your right to free speech, how are you going to stop them from taking all the others?
The Other 9/11 will be one not celebrated by Austrians, as mention of the Turkish siege and the subsequent victory by John Sobieski will no longer be taught to Austrian grade school students: the feelings of children of Turkish descent might be hurt.
God help us and the Austrian people. Â Read more Â on GoVÂ»
The same Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff, a Viennese housewife who has lived in several Muslim countries was hauled into an Austrian court for calling Mohammed a pedophile on the grounds that he consummated his marriage when his bride, Aisha, was nine years old. Mrs. Sabbaditsch-Wolff was found guilty and fined 480 euros.
The judge’s reasoning was fascinating: “Pedophilia is factually incorrect, since paedophilia is a sexual preference which solely or mainly is directed towards children. Nevertheless, it does not apply to Mohammad. He was still married to Aisha when she was 18.”
Ah, gotcha. So, under Austrian law, you’re not a pedophile if you deflower the kid in fourth grade but keep her around till high school. There’s a useful tip if you’re planning a hiking holiday in the Alps this fall. Or is this another of those dispensations that is not of universal application?
Â LarsÂ Hedegaard
President of the Copenhagen-based International Free Press SocietyÂ Lars Hedegaard has said that free speech isÂ ”under pressure from various sources,” including national Governments, the European Union, the UN, and Islamic radicalism. Bloggers and law-abiding citizens, it was claimed, have been arrested in Europe in recent weeks for expressing opinions that the authorities disapproved of. Â (read more Â»Â EU SON)
Tommy Robinson Released From Bedford Prison
Word has reached us that Tommy Robinson, who has been languishing as a political prisoner in Bedford Prison this last week has now been released by the British regime. It is unclear whether or not he is still ‘banned’ or whether justice and common sense have been allowed to prevail. Â (From Europe News)