A proper edit of the OSCE meeting on security and free speech from May 2015

This is the third edit of this video although the second one was only published for an hour or so, and deleted.

The reason for so much effort on it, is that two things make it very important that needed to be underlined in the video.

1. That this meeting and these panelists matter. They affect our lives

2. That their reasoning ranges from what appears to be a dedicated pursuance of an Alinksy narrative for the destruction of nation states world wide, to simple political correct naiveté at best.

I had the opportunity to sit down and go over it with one of the participants fully and this is the result. I hope you will all feel it is worth ploughing through for a second (and for a few of you, a third) time.

About Eeyore

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

11 Replies to “A proper edit of the OSCE meeting on security and free speech from May 2015”

  1. So if the truth is ‘ugly’, ‘makes a group look bad’, ‘promotes stereotypes’, it is OK to edit, suppress or ignore. That is the new journalism. There really is nothing new under the sun. Just a different label and justification.

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