Michael Coren on Pam Geller’s cancelled Hyatt Place Houston event
In “Hyatt quislings cave to Islamic supremacists” inÂ WNDÂ today, Pamela Geller weighs in on the cancellation of her event in Houston by a dhimmi Hyatt hotel under pressure from Islamic supremacist enemies of free speech and truth:
Free speech, the cornerstone of our constitutional republic, is in serious jeopardy. Under the Shariah, criticism of Islam is blasphemy (punishable by death in Muslims countries living under the Shariah). This is the death of free speech in the continuingÂ Islamization of America, as I saw vividly Tuesday night when I spoke in Houston, Texas. But free people and free speech ultimately prevailed, despite the best efforts of Islamic supremacists to crush them.Â Hyatt’s cancellation of a tea-party eventÂ at which I was to speak, and the reaction of freedom lovers to it, best illustrates why I wrote my bookÂ “Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance”: to show what Islamic supremacists are doing in America today, and how we must fight back. Â (Read it all.)
“Backlash” in Toronto:
- The Sheraton Centre hotel cancelled Â a Muselmanic Hate-Fest Â that was to feature speakers who have expressed anti-homo and anti-Semitic views.Â
Â Barnhardt has received death threats, most recently after the posting of her Quran-burning video on YouTube, where it has been translated into 10 languages including Arabic.
“Watch your back,” a Muslim living in Britain wrote. “I’m going to kill you when I find you.”
Barnhardt did not seek police help. She replied, “You don’t need to ‘find’ me,” then listed her address in Lonetree.
“Luckily for you, there are daily direct flights from Heathrow to Denver,” she wrote, then gave detailed directions to her home. (source)