Free Speech


Thanks to the Sheik for reminding the TT about the Canadian Muslim mole, that article, found on the Winds of Jihad, will be placed in this post along with the latest essay by Baron Bodissey, the third segment in a three part series about the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation (OIC). They both deal with the same issue, the subverting of our basic right that underpins all of our freedoms, that being the freedom of speech, which has been over the past decade under assault by individual Muslims and leaders of Islamic movements. KGS

How a Single Muslim Mole Perverts Freedom of Speech in Canada

Meet Hanni Hassan,   a resident of London, Ontario,  has dedicated over 40 years of his life to voluntary service. Recently he was named to the Order of Canada.

He wears a suit, he shaves and he doesn’t sport a zebiba, what more could one expect from a truly “moderate Muslim?”   But Hassan has devoted his life to take your free speech rights away. You see, H. Hassan is the vice chair on the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council, and there he watches carefully that no one, I mean no one gets to tell the truth about Islam. Check it out here.

 The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council has found that CITS-TV’s broadcast of Sid Roth’s It’s Supernatural breached provisions of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters’ (CAB) Code of Ethics and Equitable Portrayal Code.  By alleging that “Muslims believe it is their divine call to eliminate” another nationally identifiable group, the CBSC has found that CITS-TV aired abusive and unduly discriminatory comments about Muslims, contrary to the provisions of the Human Rights Clauses of the CAB Code of Ethics and Equitable Portrayal Code.

Read it all here.

The Breivik Portfolio, Part Three: The OIC Connection 

OIC: Hillary Clinton and Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu
Note: This post is of necessity long and involved, because the Organization of Islamic Cooperation does not pursue its goals in a straightforward fashion. If the OIC made all its moves in broad daylight where everyone could see what was happening, this article would not only be much shorter, it would be unnecessary.

Unraveling the knots of the OIC’s intentions requires lengthy exposition, much explaining, and laborious interpretation. The reader may be halfway or two-thirds of the way through this post before he realizes what I’m trying to do.

Bear with me: this really is going somewhere. The result will be worth your time.

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