Friday, January 25, 2008

Anti-Discrimination Above Higher Values, Covering Even Islamic Immigration, Is Not Compatible With Freedom Of Political Publication

Quoting Abigail Esman in World Defense Review :
"Holland is on high alert in anticipation of the upcoming release of yet another anti-Islam film, this one created by far right Freedom Party leader Geert Wilders, who has been living under high security since the death of Theo van Gogh in 2004 (van Gogh was murdered on the streets of Amsterdam by a radical Muslim in retaliation for a film that he directed, Ayaan Hirsi Ali's "Submission"). The government has recommended the evacuation of all its embassies "in sensitive areas," and has been engaging for weeks now in discussions with police officials as to the best way to handle the riots and violence they expect will erupt when the film is aired. [...] Iran issues a warning to the parliament in the Hague. "
The Islamic immigrant terror offensive does not consist only of explosions and murders.
The Higher Terror, which follows inevitably from the admission without discrimination, of unspeakably hostile moslem immigration cohorts, into civilized countries, which have at least some brave publishers; is the terror offensive involving threats of deadly violence against publication of that which Islam dislikes.
It is not known to be true that a society can have BOTH (1) anti-discrimination which extends even to the admission of unspeakably hostile Islamic immigrants, AND (2) have civilization above that ancient minimum, which allows freedom of political publication; NOT lastingly both of the above.
That today's left would appear to prefer going back to the medieval times before Milton's Areopagitica, rather than miss a chance to make common cause with mobilized Islam, indicates another unspeakable hostility, menacingly multiplying within the precincts of civilization.

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