(Not news but certainly reality)
I would ask that a vibrant and very loud and all inclusive discussion take place around this matter. This is extremely important that the matter be well defined. If we are to preserve the right of discrimination, can we do it on the basis of religious opinion/conviction? Political opinion/conviction? Just the ones against the left? Because after all I am certain to my last pfennig that had they thrown out a communist the pub would be brought to court and lose. Or a Muslim for that matter, even though that Muslim, if religious, would be advocating and working on the closing of that pub altogether. As usual with the left, ‘freedom of speech and to discriminate for me, yet not for thee’.
Perhaps we can call radio shows and get this topic on people’s minds and write op-ed’s for newspapers. After all, if we can at least force the powers that be to codify what is a legal opinion or religion and what is not, we can start work to beat it and make a fair and just society again.
3. BBC try and show Christians in the CAR in the worst possible light without asking even the most obvious of questions. (So I did it for them)
Article from the Daily mail here:
According to Egyptian media, during his recent speech at the Department of Moral Affairs for the Armed Forces, General Abdul Fateh al-Sisi – the man who ousted former President Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood in response to the June Revolution and who is seen as the nation’s de facto ruler – declared that “Religious discourse is the greatest battle and challenge facing the Egyptian people, and pointed to the need for a new vision and a modern, comprehensive understanding of the religion of Islam—rather than relying on a discourse that has not changed for 800 years.”
Sisi further “called on all who follow the true Islam to improve the image of this religion in front of the world, after Islam has been for decades convicted of violence and destruction around the world, due to the crimes falsely committed in the name of Islam.”
5. Geert Wilders, PVV party now larger than both major rival parties combined. (Dutch politics uses dishonest means to prevent them from representing the people who elected them)
Thank you M, Fjordman, GoV and all who sent material in