Criminal insanity.Â The Gillard goose and her Â gang of incompetent moochers have done enough damage. Its time to pull the plug.
FromÂ Julia Gillard’s speechÂ to the UN today:
No? Since when?
- Gillard declares blaspheming “unacceptable”— Andrew Bolt
What exactly does the Prime Minister mean? That no religious belief, no matter how crazy or offensive others find it, should be mocked, attacked or even criticised?
This kowtowing to Muslim absolutism is not just dangerous but anti-intellectual.
In other news:
They’ve run through today’s money, so the Government now wants to spend tomorrow’s retirement savings as well:
One more thing:
Our progressive Labor dimbulbs keep throwing taxpayers money at the problem. What would you do?
VIOLENT young Muslim men who took part in the Sydney riot two weeks ago could step up to become the next terrorists if they fall under the wrong influences, a senior Australian Federal Police officer says.—The troubling 23 per cent
It is ludicrous that an amateurish YouTube video has become an excuse for an intolerant faith to threaten the West’s most precious freedom:
The annual United Nations General Assembly meeting, which is intended to celebrate the world’s common values, this year is exposing instead the gulf between Western and Islamic perspectives on freedom of expression.
Prompted by the anti-Muslim video produced in the US that has stirred riots around the world,Â delegations from Muslim nations have arrived at the UN prepared to demand international curbs on speech or mediaÂ that they believe defames their religion or the prophet Muhammad.
Western leaders say they will not give ground on free speech, but the clash is souring the mood at a gathering that diplomats had hoped would yield new collaboration on Syria, the dispute over Iran’s nuclear development and the challenges newly elected governments face a year after the Arab Spring toppled authoritarian rulers.
The demand for limits on anti-Islamic expression is coming from leading Islamic groups such as the Organisation for Islamic Co-operation, and leaders as diverse as the Turkish Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Egyptian President, Mohammed Mursi, and the Iranian President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.