I find this relevant:
I find this relevant:
1) It's from the Jewish Magazine
2) "Canada’s hate censorship regime" They are usually certain language throughout to make one side look worse than the other for example this shows they have no respect for the government not regime of Canada and reveals an obvious anti-Canada rhetoric.
3) They seem take a very pro-Jewish stance praising the prosecution of neo-nazis but when it comes to Jews they criticize it.
Last edited by Carjosse; 01-06-13 at 10:46 PM.
The facts that I hoped you'd glean from the article are that Mark Steyn made statements in print that offended some Muslims who used Canada's anti-hate speech laws to try to get Steyn censored. And if their
ploy worked he would have been prevented from writing and publishing and selling any of his works in Canada.
The concept of free speech, which we in the USA hold dear or take for granted (such extremes!) could have been legally taken from an important writer.
This can happen here.
Some think that only despotic countries or Nazis are able to take away your freedom of speech.
Muslims in Canada used PROGRESSIVE laws to achieve the outrageous!
I can't stand that about you.
Anti-Semitism is not the moral equivalent of anti-Muslim.
Anti-Muslim sentiment has, at it's root, a desire to be free and safe from those Muslims who are commanded
to achieve dominion over the world by any means necessary, even violence, by their Holy book.
Anti-Semitism sentiment has, at it's root, a refusal to accept people's right to be Jewish or a reluctance to recognize the rights of Jews to live where they traditionally lived for more than 5,000 years.
I am in no way surprised when O'Reilly, and the network for which he is a primary spokesman, endorses racial and religious bigotry. Al-Jazeera is, in basically every possible way, a superior news organization to Fox. The only difference that sets off anyone's ire is that it is based in a Muslim and Arabic culture, rather than a white Christian one. There is nothing here but bigotry, and an amusingly misplaced sense of superiority. O'Reilly should aspire to be a newsman of the caliber of the people he's criticizing. They're on a much higher level than he is.
Liberté. Égalité. Fraternité.