Norway’sÂ leading expert on “territorial rights” would allow persecuted group of people to form their own state on Norwegian soil:
Universities in Norway are full of professors and lecturers with backgrounds from radical communist organizations. But even here,Â Kim Angell’s Moonbattery stands out:
The questions asked byÂ ArgumentÂ were as follows: “Do we as Norwegians have the right to decide who crosses our borders, and is there a valid moral argument that gives us the right to control a territorial area?”
Angell believes that being born in Norway is like winning the lottery ten times. “It is one thing to be children of privileged parents; it is something else to be born a Norwegian. The latter is like winning the lottery ten times.” Â Consequently he claims that it is morally problematic to close the borders to refugees, as this would constitute defending our luck.Â Â (GoV)
Somewhere in Arabia, Muhammad must be laughing in his grave.
More from the ‘Religion of Peace:
Hardliners Target Arab Spring CountriesÂ Â (Globe and Mail)
Islamic militias tighten their grip in the aftermath of the Arab Spring.
Islamic Censorship Charges OnÂ Â (National Review)
“When one side of the argument is censored or restrained, conspirators are allowed to perpetrate a fraud on the majority.”
Egypt’s ‘Christian Winter’Â Â (National Post)
“Islamists take by violence and guns and the government does not protect Christians.”
CAIR Gets Cozy with the OICÂ Â (Pam Geller)
The Islamic Supremacist group should feel right at home with some of the world’s worst dictators.
Video of Mali Girl’s StoningÂ Â (Hiiranka.com)
(Graphic video) This was reported to us as video of a 15-year-old girl buried up to her neck and stoned by Islamists in Mali. This was the practice established by Islam’s prophet Muhammad.
Victims of IntoleranceÂ Â (WV Gazette)
Being Baha’i in Iran can get you killed.
Crime and Punishment in Northern MaliÂ Â (The Hindu)
“The 10-month occupation was not a descent into anarchy but a lucidly planned, and often terrifying, attempt at realizing a vision of a more just, pure, and orderly society.”
The Shame of SpainÂ Â (American Thinker)
If the right to speak truthfully in Spain is conditional on who will be offended, then it is no longer a free society.