Free Speech UN

United Nations Wants To Regulate Free Speech Of Every Nation

Thanks to the OIC, the largest block within the UN, the move to silence all critics of Islam is gaining speed. What’s it going to take to get people to stand up and take notice that their right to speak their minds is being slowly but surely curtailed?! KGS

Wake the hell up people!

UPDATE: Why in the world couldn’t Kitty Pilgrim answer Lou Dobbs’ question:

Lou Dobbs:Of those 57 nations supporting this resolution, how many of them are a democracies?

Kitty Pilgrim: “I couldn’t tell you, but.. many of them are Islamic countries.. uh..Pakistan has led the charge on this and has ..uh.. tabled this resolution…

Fortunately Dobbs has the presence of mind to help her out with that most basic of questions.

Lou Dobbs: So they’re not democracies, and they’re facinated with their own precepts about what would constitute the way to run a nation “not like ours”.

Is there any discussion, perhaps, of simply, if the United Nations insists on doing this, sort of bulldozing the building, getting it out of the way and letting them go find another place to live?

2 Responses

  1. Excellent post, pretty grim though.

    Essentially this has already been implemented in Finland. I’m suprised you have not been harassed by the authorities or heckled by members of Islamic communities.

    It seems that the most serious offence in Finland today is criticizing Islam, local immigration policy or immigration in general. Equally amusing is that the powers that be and the people have more or less the exact opposite views on the matter.

    What baffles me is the point in this? I mean there has to be one, right? Who gains in all this? Obviously the muslems, but I mean that someone who is pushing for multiculturalism must have some agenda to do so. Or can it really be just childish belief that “We’ll all just get along”. Or is it the trend to be absolutely open to everything without considering f the consequences or even turning a blind eye to them.

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