This is definitely worth viewing and it is about 45 minutes in length. It definitely provides a good background.
Monthly Archives: September 2012
I would like to start you off with two of my favorite quotes by George Orwell:
In times of universal deceit, telling the truth will be a revolutionary act.
Freedom is the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.
Due to recent evidents and some 1200 threats by those hatemongers themselves, aka: fanatic muslims, Channel 4 in the UK has determine it best to cancel a documentary on the Untold History of Islam from the prespective of scholars. Now what seems to have these Muslims panties in a bunch is the fact that the Documentary indicates that the Quran is not as it seems or that Islam’s history is not as they wish you to believe it. Of course the religious are notorious on keeping the made up hate doctrines from being exposed by of course using hate, terror and simple bullying tactics to stop the truth from being seen. So in the spirit of the usual religious standard the muslims are threatening to harm more people. Who would have thought that muslims, those who practice the “religion of peace ”, would stoop so low…………hmmm………………..oh silly me it is religion. All religion stoops so low as that is exactly what their doctrine is all about hate, control, power, torture, murder, etc.
So here is the response by Tom Holland on the documentary:
Now Mona states that her actions are freedom of speech and expression but I beg to differ. She is destroying or vandalizing property not to mention being disorderly. Now depending on the laws of New York it could be assault/battery on another individual as well. An individual does not have the right to destroy another’s form of expression that is under their control or that they acquired/paid for as it is a destruction of someone’s property. In addition, protestors do not have the right to throw things at or hit others as that is a battery against another individual. You have the right to your expressions, beliefs and the right to state a counter to someone else’s beliefs but you don’t have the right to impose your belief by force or destruction upon another.
Now in no way am I saying that you cannot burn a quran or bible or a flag that you own either in private or public as you can. In addition, you can walk around in public with any number of items written on your shirt or even drive in your car with a message that religion is evil or god is great. That is considered freedom of expression and speech.
Clearly, Mona is in the wrong.