Michael Coren with Brooke Goldstein: Lawfare
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Iran, USA, Finland – det hele er snart et fedt. Dhimmier har ikke flere rettigheder tilbage i Finland. Sandhed er ikke et gyldigt forsvar. Fornærmelsesparathed lurer alle vegne. Så kan man nemlig altid få sin vilje. Endnu et kørt løb. Sagt før og nu igen: vi skal forlade Europa nu. Og man skal ikke tage til USA:
Finland’s War on Free Speech
by Soeren Kern – June 11, 2012
“Stating of facts cannot and must not be criminal, even if they offend someone.” — Jussi Kristian Halla-aho, Finnish blogger convicted of defaming Islam.
Finland’s Supreme Court has found a prominent politician guilty of defaming Islam for “Islamophobic” comments he made on his personal blog.
The ruling represents a major setback for free speech in a Europe that is becoming increasingly stifled by politically correct restrictions on free speech, particularly on issues related to Islam and Muslim immigration.
The Helsinki-based Supreme Court ruled on June 8 that Finns Party MP Jussi Kristian Halla-aho was guilty of “inciting hatred against an ethnic group” for blog posts he made in 2008 which compared Islam to paedophilia, and for sarcastic comments which insinuated that immigrants from Somalia are predisposed to stealing and living off welfare.
Mere HER hos Gatestone Institute. Tidligere blogget om Jussi Kristian Halla-aho:
FN og EU er bekymrede. Journalister and bloggere arresteres af sikkerhedsstyrker i Iran: Sahameddin Bourghani, Hassan Fathi, Farshad Ghorbanpour, Ehsan Houshmand, Fatemeh Kheradmand, Saeed Madani, Shahram Manouchehri, Marzieh Rasouli, Arash Sadeghi og Mohammad Soleimani Nia. Der er næsten total medietavshed om situationen. Halalpressen finder vel ikke, at der er noget at kritisere. Mennesker, der korrumperer den islamiske “moral”. Historien passer meget dårligt til “narrativet” hos pressefolk:
Iran arrests journalists, to execute bloggers
by Joel Gehrke – January 26, 2012
Iranian courts have sentenced two bloggers to death for “spreading corruption,” and government security forces have arrested four other journalists, in the lead-up to the nation’s March elections.
“In the past two weeks, security forces have reportedly arrested four journalists,” the U.S. State Department said in a statement, “including Shahram Manouchehri, Sahamedin Bourghani, Parastoo Dokouhaki, and Marzieh Rasouli, and Iranian courts confirmed death sentences for bloggers Saeed Malekpour and Vahid Asghari, both of whom were not accorded due process and now face imminent execution on charges of ‘spreading corruption.'”
Mere HER i The Washington Examiner. Der kan læses mere hos International Freedom of Expression eXchange Network:
Terrordømt venstrefløjser på fri fod udøver chikane imod borgerlige bloggere. Malkin om en sand galning og fænomenet swatting – forbryderen hedder Brett Kimberlin:
Who will protect the freedom to blog?
by Michelle Malkin | June 11, 2012
Free speech is under fire. Online thugs are targeting bloggers (mostly conservative, but not all) who have dared to expose a convicted bomber and perjuring, vexatious litigant who is now enjoying a comfy life as a liberally subsidized social justice operative. Where do your elected representatives stand on this threat to our founding principles?
On Wednesday, U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-Ga.) bravely stepped forward to press this vital issue. In a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder, Chambliss decried the “harassing and frightening actions” of Internet menaces who recently have gone after several conservative new media citizen journalists and activists.
Going dark to urge congressional action: Who will protect the freedom to blog?
By Michelle Malkin • June 8, 2012
My syndicated column today covers the crucial battle between truth-telling bloggers versus convicted bomber Brett Kimberlin and his band of malicious online thugs. In honor of the National Day of Blogger Silence called by Ace of Spades, this blog is going dark. (UPDATE: See Ace’s manifesto today here. Read Mandy Nagy’s here.) But far from shutting up, I’ll be spending the day calling, e-mailing, and tweeting members of Congress, GOP leaders, journalists, and influencers to ask them what they are doing to defend the First Amendment rights of bloggers. This is a day of action, not inaction. Below my column, I’ll list some contact info for elected officials who need to hear from you. Please join us and act for free speech. Thank you.
Mere HER hos Michelle Malkin.
Left-Wing Terrorist Brett Kimberlin Gets Conservative Blogger Jailed
by Matthew Vadum on Jun 8th, 2012
Something is rotten in the State of Maryland.
Convicted terrorist bomber and perjurer Brett Kimberlin is free while one of his many harassment victims remains under a judicial gag order for the crime of writing about Kimberlin’s violent criminal history. It’s a bizarre situation, as I reported on “The Source” TV show with Ezra Levant.
Kimberlin and his cadre of cyber-stalkers try to bully conservative bloggers into silence. They post personal information and home addresses of their targets to send the message that “we know where you live.”
Mere HER i FrontPageMagazine.
Audio: Erick Erickson har offentliggjort en mp3 af opringningen til politiet på Red State her. Man finder et interview samme steds, – ligeledes som mp3.
Video om Brett Kimberlin:
Ezra Levant on Brett Kimberlin
This dude’s name has been popping up on a lot of blogs lately.
Fra CNN 8. juni 2012 – værten hedder Don Lemon:
CNN discusses the Brett Kimberlin swatting cases with Erick Erickson
After Brett Kimberlin was criticized by conservative bloggers, they were targeted with swatting. Swatting is an attempt to trick an emergency service (such as a 9-1-1 dispatcher) into dispatching an emergency response team, usually by spoofing phone numbers over a VOIP system. The name is derived from SWAT (Special Weapons and Tactics), one type of such team. Such action places law enforcement and citizens at risk and are criminal actions. In addition it reduces law enforcement officer (LEO) coverage and costs taxpayer money.
GBR – Aaron Walker on Kimberlin [5-25-2012]
Blogger Aaron Walker tells Glenn Beck his story on Brett Kimberlin terrorism
Artikler fra The Blaze:
Multikulturelt fremskridt? Jaså:
Finland’s Iranian Mega-Mosque
by Soeren Kern – May 29, 2012
Although critics of the Helsinki mega-mosque have warned that the building will be used by the Iranian regime to recruit impressionable youths to Hezbollah, Finnish politicians have embraced the Shia mosque as a symbol of multicultural progress.
A new mega-mosque has been inaugurated in the Finnish capital, Helsinki. Unlike most mosques in Europe, which cater to Sunni Muslims, the mosque in Helsinki ministers to Shia Islam.
The Helsinki mosque has been paid for by the Islamic Republic of Iran; critics say that theocrats in Tehran intend to use the mosque to establish a recruiting center for the militant Shia Muslim group Hezbollah in Europe.
Mere HER hos Gatestone Institute.
Fandt en video med Bill Warner – muligvis fra januar 2012. Den er hakket op i smådele:
Bill Warner “Political Islam”
Bill Warner educates about political Islam at Simi Hills Church in California.
Voldtægt af småbørn. Skøn kulturberigelse. Fra 13. april 2012:
Muslim child sex trafficking probe in Oxford widens
Artikel om sagen:
Oxford child sex trafficking probe widens as number of ‘victims’ doubles to 50 girls, some as young as 11
By Tom Gardner – 13 April 2012
Mere HER i The Daily Mail. YouTubet 17. april 2012 – her ses blandt andet taqiyya anvendt:
muslim sex trafficking ring in Minnesota and Tennessee
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement udgav denne pressemeddeleelse i november 2010:
Opdatering – fra ITV 23. april 2012:
Muslim child sex grooming: Carlisle, England
The trial of a restaurant owner who denies running a brothel from his Carlisle takeaway has begun. Carlisle Crown court has heard that Azad Miah is pleading not guilty to 17 offences, some involving girls as young as 12.
The 44 year old ran the former Spice of India takeaway on Botchergate until his arrest. The business has since changed management and name. A jury of six men and six women have been sworn in.
On the first day the jury heard how the restaurant owner allegedly preyed on vulnerable young girls by providing them with money, drugs and drink in exchange for sex.The prosecution against 44 year old Azad Miah has alleged he deliberately targetted girls with drug habits or who were in trouble with the police.One girl who he is alleged to have enticed into prostitution aged 14 had been a heroin user since the age of 12.Miah faces a total of 17 charges over a six year period from January 2005 to March 2011 relating to seven girls aged between 12 and 16 at the time.One of the allegations is that he ran a brothel from the Spice of India take away that he owned on Botchergate in Carlisle. The business is now under different ownership and has since changed its name. Miah is denys all the charges.Our reporter Matthew Taylor was at the trial at Carlisle Crown Court and sent this report.
Fra 5. marts 2012:
Ayaan Hirsi Ali Part 1 – Bon Mot Book Club – March 5, 2012
Ayaan Hirsi Ali speaks about her book, “Infidel” at the Rosewood Hotel Georgia in Vancouver on March 5, 2012.
This is part of the Bon Mot Book Club series of speakers.
Along with great food and fine wine, few things in life provide as much pleasure as reading a provocative book. The pleasure is enhanced if you can discuss its ideas—and even argue collegially—with others who share an interest in the topic. Debating and discussing the issues with the author speaking in a private and intimate setting? Even better. The Bon Mot Book Club combines all those things into a stimulating event series continuing into its second season this fall.
Ayaan Hirsi Ali Part 2 – Q&A – Bon Mot Book Club – March 5, 2012
Ayaan Hirsi Ali talks with Leah Costello about her book, “Infidel” at the Rosewood Hotel Georgia in Vancouver on March 5, 2012.
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Den første video er den mest interessante fra konferencen 28. februar 2012. Forelæsningen næstnederst er er også meget seværdig:
Mightier Pen 2012: The Growing Censorship of Free Speech
The Center for Security Policy presented its 2012 National Security & New Media Conference and Mightier Pen Award in New York City. The theme of the conference was “Under the Gun: Reporting News in a Dangerous World,” and featured participants of this panel were: Sam Nunberg (Middle East Forum-The Legal Project), Brooke Goldstein (The Lawfare Project, author of “Lawfare: The War Against Free Speech”) and Andrew McCarthy (National Review). Moderated by the Center for Security Policy’s Fred Grandy.
Den næste handler om undertrykkelse af ytringsfrihed i Venezuela, Kina, Rusland og andre steder:
Escalating State Violence Against Political and Religious Expression
The Center for Security Policy presented its 2012 National Security & New Media Conference and Mightier Pen Award in New York City. The theme of the conference was “Under the GunL Reporting News in a Dangerous World,” and the featured participants in this panel were Claudia Rossett (Foundation of Defense of Democracies Investigative Reporting Project), and Vilma Petrash (News Producer AmericaTeVe – WJAN – Channel 41, host of “Temas de Mujer” in Venezuela). The panel was moderated by Frank Gaffney.
Og et lille ekstranummer:
Andy McCarthy: Saluting Ray Kelly & the NYPD’s Defense of New York
Former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy joins the Center for Security Policy in saluting NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly at the 2012 Mightier Pen Award in New York City. Commissioner Kelly has kept New York City safe from jihadist terror attacks for decades, beginning with his investigation of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing (the perpetrators of which McCarthy later prosecuted).
Og en flot forelæsning:
“The Global Threat of the Muslim Brotherhood”
Andrew C. McCarthy October 7, 2011 “The Global Threat of the Muslim Brotherhood”
Fra The American Family Association den 7. marts 2012 – vært Crane Durham:
Andrew C. McCarthy on the True Helpfulness of Obamas Apology
It’s a Pity Somebody Has to Win
We have no national interest in overthrowing Assad.
By Andrew C. McCarthy – March 3, 2012
Asked about the Iran-Iraq war that stretched for eight ghastly years after breaking out in 1980, Henry Kissinger is said to have quipped, “It’s a pity they both can’t lose.”
The pity is that we have lost that exquisite wisdom concerning our national interest, despite a two-decade road to hell paved by good intentions — at least compassionate intentions — from Kosovo to Kandahar. If that isn’t clear enough from the latest killings of American soldiers stuck like sitting ducks between the Afghan Taliban and other Afghan Islamists, all doubt is removed by Elliott Abrams, the longtime Republican foreign-policy solon who served as a top National Security Council official during the heady days of the Bush “Freedom Agenda.” “Can there be a group anywhere in the world today more disappointed in United States foreign policy than those fighting the Syrian regime?” Abrams, a distinguished public servant whom I admire, asked this week in a post on the Corner.
Mere HER hos National Review Online.
Let Syria Be
We should stop enmeshing ourselves ever deeper in the Muslim morass.
By Andrew C. McCarthy – March 10, 2012
‘We will hold sacred the beliefs held sacred by others.”
That’s the concluding rally cry of the U.S. Department of Defense’s newly issued guidance on the “Proper Handling and Disposal of Islamic Religious Materials — Service Members/Civilian Training.” Here’s how it works: Mainstream Muslims throughout the Middle East believe, based on the Koran and other “Islamic Religious Materials,” that if an infidel force invades a Muslim territory, its members must be killed until the force has been driven out. They further believe that if non-Muslims commit some act — even an inadvertent one — that Muslims perceive as insulting to Islam, a campaign of murder and mayhem is justified.
Our response? We will hold sacred the beliefs held sacred by others.
Mere HER hos National Review Online.
Egypt Releases Seven Americans . . . but Is There a Catch?
By Andrew C. McCarthy – February 29, 2012
The AP reports that Egypt’s transitional military government has lifted a travel ban against seven of the 16 Americans currently being tried for their work with organizations that allegedly took illegal foreign contributions — work that incited protests against the military rulers, the government alleges. The report takes this development (which includes the release of Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood’s son) as a signal that the crisis is being resolved. The 16 Americans are among 43 “civil society activists” being tried. Though the trial started Sunday, it was promptly adjourned for two months (until April 26). In the meantime, the American defendants have not been required to attend the trial and, more significantly, the three judges resigned from the case, citing “uneasiness.” The country’s top prosecutor is said to have lifted the travel ban at the recommendation of the case’s investigating magistrate.
Mere HER hos National Review Online.
But I Thought CAIR Was Just a Civil Rights Group?
By Andrew C. McCarthy – March 13, 2012
Well, no, the Council for American-Islamic Relations is an Islamic supremacist group spawned by the Muslim Brotherhood, and the mission of the Brotherhood is to implement sharia. Hence its motto for the last 90 years or so: “Allah is our objective. The Prophet is our leader. The Koran is our law. Jihad is our way. Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope. Allahu Akbar!“
Mere HER hos National Review Online.
First the Ahmadi, Then Everybody Else
It isn’t al-Qaeda that’s slaughtering religious minorities in Muslim lands.
By Andrew C. McCarthy – February 18, 2012
Their crime? These Muslims have the temerity to suggest that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, an Indian who died in 1908, was the promised Mahdi — the redeemer of Islam — and not one of the false prophets about whom Mohammed had warned. They compound their offense with condemnations of violent jihad, maintaining that man’s inhumanity to man is ultimately conquered by love and kindness. So, of course, the Ahmadi Muslims have to die.
They are killed in Muslim Pakistan. They are killed in Muslim Bangladesh. They are killed in Indonesia, the world’s most populous Islamic country and, putatively, its most moderate. It was there, in a village in West Java last year, that hundreds of Muslims wielding machetes, sharpened sticks, and stones set upon on an Ahmadi home, brutally murdering three men and maiming several others. True to form, Islamic clerics raced to the fore to rationalize the savagery as being provoked by Ahmadi heresy. The ringleaders were sentenced to less than six months’ imprisonment, with the country’s minister of religious affairs callously explaining that religious freedom was certainly not freedom to “modify” Islamic beliefs — and equating Ahmadi preaching, which is banned, with flag-burning.
Mere HER hos National Review Online.
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