Free speech in crisis in Europe, as cities ban protests against Islam due to jihad threat…

Europe is now so hard hit by jihad, that protesting it publicly on the street is banned in several cities. The terrorists are pouring over our borders and out of our ghettos, but people cannot protest it because those wanting to silence us are too dangerous. Deep structures in Europe’s societies have been destroyed. You better stand up and speak out against this threat before it is too late.

Dresden – from The Guardian:

“The far-right Pegida, or ‘patriotic Europeans against the Islamisation of the west’, said on its Facebook page it was calling off the event on the advice of police, who had told them of a ‘concrete threat against a member of the organisation team’.

It called on its supporters to place a candle in their windows and hang out a German flag on Monday evening instead of attending the rally.

Police in Dresden confirmed thatA�there had been a threat against one of the leaders of the rally and said it had put a general ban on all public gatherings on Monday.”

Antwerpen – from Flanders News:

“A Flemish branch of Pegida was set up recently and the organisation had hoped to stage a demonstration in Antwerp on Monday 26 January.

However, due to the heightened terror threat, the police in Antwerp advised the city’s Mayor against allowing the march to go ahead. A counter-demonstration has also been banned.

In a press statement released on Wednesday, the office of Antwerpa��s Mayor Bart De Wever writes, a�?In the current context (with the heightened terror threat) both demonstrations pose a risk to public safety and as such would require largeA�police presence. This is why the police advised against allowing the demonstrations to take place, advice that was followed by the Mayor.”

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  1. Islamists make a threat and those wanting to support Free Speech are silenced. The more examples I read, the more angry I become. I am not a violent man, but damn, I am wishing that some of these Islamist get to meet their Allah real quick.

  2. If you have a bright idea, but are not allowed to share it, regardless of its value, it will die with you without contributing anything to the world at large.

    Free thought followed by free speech, followed by freedom to act is at the root of every positive achievement in human history.

    Without the scientists gathering their right to free speech from the Catholic Church, there would have been no European renaissance. Likewise, the political and religious freedoms that we now enjoy in the West would not have been possible without free press, which over years gradually snatched powers from dictatorial and totalitarian monarchs.

    But, free speech is like food, we need it badly. If there is too little of food, we starve to death and if too much we suffer from obesity, which also kills, in the form of diabetes mellitus, heart disease and sleep apnea, to name a few.

    As we count the blessings of free speech, we also note that there seems to be no room for hate speech or slander in a free and progressive society.

    Since the recent horrific events in Paris and killing of staff of Charlie Hebdo there is a constant discussion about free speech. On one extreme are those who still do not recognize any exceptions to free speech and on the other end are the proponents of blasphemy laws, in many so called Muslim countries. Other equally popular authors or religious and political dignitaries, fall along this wide spectrum in the middle or towards one or the other end.

    While the non-Muslims are obsessing over Charlie Hebdo cartoons, we have found a wonderful cartoon, which beautifully captures the dilemma of free speech and its limitations, in the West:

    During all these debates we have also shared a very worth while article from Newsweek, which offers a discussion on pictorial depiction of the prophets. One can look at it through different lenses, but the lens that I am using tells me that this article brings the best pictures to show to the world that the Holy Prophet Muhammad, may peace be on him, has been recognized as one of the best law givers of the world, by the highest authority on Law, the USA Supreme Court, since 1935:

    • The rate at which your cowardly governments restrict your people in favour of these sub-human immigrants, specific devastating anti jihad attacks are likely to surface in these sub-human immigrant’s ghettos !!
      Lets see

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