Great example of the pathetic state of Western reportage.

Not one worthwhile question.

This video is from Friday on Finnish news about Kurdish Muslims demanding a new actionable law against koran burning…

At no point did the reporter ask even the most obvious questions. Two that come to mind immediately are, ‘Why should non-Muslims hold the koran as important to them? Isn’t it enough that you are allowed to hold it sacred to you in a non-Muslim land? or, ‘So if we do this, then you will protest for the open and free practice of Christianity and Judaism in Saudi Arabia including Mecca and Yathrib (Medina) and other Muslims countries?

I won’t hold my breath.

Thanks to Tundra T for the translation and video-tip

One thing is for sure. It would be great to find a way to make these Kurds go a whey

About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

2 Replies to “Great example of the pathetic state of Western reportage.”

  1. The koran is holy alright…..a holy bloody terror.

    Who, in their right mind, save muslims and intellectual cripples, could object to the destruction of a book that is little more than a “How To” manual that gives instruction to the dull witted on everything from the sexual molestation of children to the murder of those who do not bow to the rabid lunacy of an ego-maniacal psychopath who, when he wasn’t raping little girls, was lustily engaged in mass murder.

    The Finns and every other spineless, hand wringing apologist who kisses the ass of muslim and islamic excess and dogma, richly deserve the boot heel that will be their fate…….sadly, the generations that will follow these contemptible oxygen thieves will look back at their ancestors and will be sickened at the suicidal timidity that forged the shackles they will wear.

    Regards, Don Laird
    Edson, Alberta, Canada

  2. At one point, a muslim man states that “burning the Qu’ran is a crime”. Well, NO, I don’t believe it is – in the western world. Maybe he doesn’t know where he is.
    On the other hand, I believe walking around with a bible in Saudi Arabia is a crime . . . I might be wrong.

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