Irony: Pro-jihad cleric killed in Syrian rebel suicide bombing, Mar 2013
Syrian pro-regime cleric Mohammed al-Bouti
supported jihad to forcibly convert the world to Islam and impose sharia law on the world.
He denied that his religion is meant to be peaceful.
He then illustrated this clearly by getting killed in a suicide bombing.
Ingrid Carlqvist, 7 Feb 2013:
"So, are you happy now, left wing extremists and fellow journalists, now that Lars Hedegaard was very close to being killed?"
21 Apr 2012:
"Can we get over the idea that it's "dangerous" to be Mark Steyn. It's actually rather benign and highly profitable."
replied, 22 Apr 2012:
"Well, it’s dangerous to be Lars Hedegaard, or Lars Vilks, or Geert Wilders or Ayaan Hirsi Ali – while there’s surely nothing safer than peddling “dangerous” “edgy” cobwebbed multiculti pieties and knowing that, whatever words you utter, there will never come a day when you’ll be called on to bet your house and your savings and perhaps your life on them. In some of the oldest free societies on the planet, a few guys like Lars Hedegaard are doing the heavy lifting for all of us, and paying a very high price."
We are all Lars Hedegaard.
Even John Moore. He just doesn't realise it yet.
Lars Hedegaard speech after the attack, 21 Feb 2013.
He says the left should wake up:
"Those who hurl racism accusations against other people and demands that they must be deprived of their freedom of expression and have their opinions banned must surely feel very safe and secure. They simply cannot imagine that one day it may be their opinions that are banned, that they are the ones who will be hauled to the court, and - God forbid - that they are the ones who will one day open the door to a postman who turns out to be a murderer."
Who I block:
I will debate almost anyone.
I love ideas.
I will not debate (and will block) people who:
(a) target my job,
(b) target my appearance, or:
(c) libel me (such as call me racist).
I will not debate such people.
I will block them.