The Light of Reason vs Blasphemy & Sharia

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“Blasphemy”

London Conway Hall meeting on the Subject of Blasphemy to Take place on 28 January 2012

Not only should the European Union not be hosting the next meeting of the ‘Istanbul Process’ it should be actively opposing it.  Freedom of expression is the most basic and most sacred Western freedom, without which the West will no longer be the West and the people of the West will be little more than slaves.  Surely it is now time for people everywhere to stand up and shout out with one voice that freedom of expression is a non-negotiable right.  (Be there!)

HOORAY! The English Defence League gives birth to the European Defence League

UK TELEGRAPH  More than 10 anti-Islamic groups from across Europe, led by the English Defence League, are expected to send representatives to a big rally in Denmark on March 31st.  (Via Barenaked)

 Telegraph Journo Richard Orange  can’t help himself. Like all true lefties, he flings his  feces at Tommy Robinson, who, in his warped and twisted worldview, is the enemy:

“Far right” he calls him;  “former football hooligan” Stephen Lennon,  Norwegian far-Right extremist Anders Behring Breivik are all one of a kind. For Richard Orange, the rabid  Weyman Bennet, a violent thug and a career criminal,  is the light of reason:

Weyman Bennet, a spokesman for Unite Against Fascism, said: “Everywhere they’ve called a demonstration there’s been violence.”

BunglaWorries: “Geller Goes Global”

Bungla lackey Richard Bartholomew triumphantly claims the Global Freedom Initiative  “fizzled out with the embarrassing cancellation of a planned “transatlantic anti-jihad summit conference” in Strasbourg last July.

Embarrassing? Yes.  For France and for the Strasbourg municipality, Richard. They “couldn’t guarantee our safety” and would not uphold freedom of speech. Simply proves that violent Islamic  thugs are  intimidating the French government .  Its the shame of France not to uphold freedom of speech, not ours.

Bungla water-boy  Bartholomew further worries about “Hindu supremacism:”

Geller and Spencer endlessly denounce “Islamic supremacism” but evidently have no problem allying themselves with Hindu supremacism.

Ask Salman Rushdie for a laxative, Richard,  you need one, badly!


Perhaps Richard feels more at home at events like this:

London Conway Hall meeting on the Subject of Blasphemy to Take place on 28 January 2012

By  • on January 19, 2012

An important meeting, organised by ‘The Centre for Enquiry UK’ will take place in London’s Conway Hall (25 Red Lion Square, Holborn) on Saturday 28 January 2012.  The title for the event is “BLASPHEMY!”which is very apt given the content of United Nations Resolution 16/18 and the subsequent development of the ‘Istanbul Process’.  The EU’s decision to host the next ‘Istanbul Process’ meeting has put the issue of ‘defamation of religion’ to the centre of politics right across Europe.  It is very important for the cause of freedom that the ‘Istanbul Process’ be opposed as it seems to be driven by a desire to place severe and unwarranted restrictions on freedom of expression.

The March for Free Expression (MfFE) took place in Trafalgar Square on 25 March 2006 in the aftermath of the deliberately manufactured Danish cartoon crisis.  The MfFE event publicised the problem of the erosion of the right to freedom of expression caused by the actions of religious agitators who demand respect for their opinions and unquestioning obedience to their dogmas.  In the intervening period, not only have politicians not addressed the problem but have actively made it worse and in the process made the people of Britain less free.  Now, nearly 6 years later the campaign against free speech has reached the point where it is on the verge of formal abolition within the European Union.

Not only should the European Union not be hosting the next meeting of the ‘Istanbul Process’ it should be actively opposing it.  Freedom of expression is the most basic and most sacred Western freedom, without which the West will no longer be the West and the people of the West will be little more than slaves.  Surely it is now time for people everywhere to stand up and shout out with one voice that freedom of expression is a non-negotiable right.

More information about the event at Conway Hall can be found at the website of ‘The Centre for Enquiry UK’.