Let’s see how it went:
The Day of Love for ProphetÂ (Profit?) Â turned out to be a day of insanity as deadly clashes flared Friday across Pakistan,Â consuming 20 lives and sending over 200 on to hospital beds.
“Get out of Muslim lands?” How about you get out of ours?
Australia Censors Free SpeechÂ Â (Gatestone)
Australia is developing a strange policy when it comes to free speech: Jihadis have it, but their detractors don’t.
Greg Sheridan on the Left’s loss of innocence in the Middle East:
Disunity, not anger, is Muslim dilemma
I’d say its our dilemma, inflicted on us by our Â Islam-pandering polit-rops & the media:
”The biggest hurdle facing Muslims in Sydney Australia is a lack of unity and co-operation,” he says. ”And the inability to unify or get a message across comes with a lack of deep understanding of our faith.”–More on the poor victims of the evil allah and Mo atÂ smh.com.auÂ (Mullah)
The eight dumbest things said about free speech this week
Â Oh, the competition is fierce: Â you might be surprised how many Â libtards Â are calling for ‘respeck’Â Â of those doing violence not to be offended by our speech.
The Right to Not to Obey Islamic LawÂ Â (Hot Air)
Odd how people who scream about nativity scenes in the public square are now suggesting that we have a moral obligation to obey Islamic law in order to avoid more bloodshed.
Islamic terrorism is beginning to demolish political correctness
Who started it? Who is behind this?
There are now three issues with the explosion of ABC services, especially now with the decline of private newspapers.
First, the state-sponsored Left bias that is the danger with all statist news outfits, and chronic in the ABC.
Second, the state-sponsored cannibalising of the private media’s audience, and especially of the audience of the Leftist Fairfax media. To survive, Fairfax must now persuade exactly an ABC audience to pay for internet news and views that the ABC is giving them free.
Third, the rise of the government as one of the biggest providers of news content – and soon perhaps the dominant. This is a grave danger to diversity of opinion and media independence. The potential for abuse of power is enormous.