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Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Support from Baroness Cox of Queensbury

We are delighted to be able to announce that we have received an endorsement from Baroness Cox of Queensbury, who played a prominent role in the debates in the House of Lords on the Incitement to Religious Hatred Bill, and is a well known humanitarian and human rights campaigner.

8 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hoooray!! Tatchell sharing a stage with a woman who was completely opposed to lowering the homosexual Age of consent and who calls homosexuality "Destructive". A women who equates Abortion with the holocaust and said that multiculturalism was ruining Britain. A woman who funded the Southern Sudanese Christians in their invasions and civil War, and urged against signing the current peace deal. A woman who is part of the "Jerusalem Summit", a group which advocates the ethnic cleansing of Arabs (Not just palestinians, but even Israeli non-Jewish Arabs) from Israel and the occupied territories. A woman who works are promoted by the BNP.

This is not a parade against brown Muslims, right?

9:42 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In the Sudan, the Muslim regime in Khartoum has butchered over 2 million Animists and Christians in its efforts to impose the delights of sharia law. Baroness Cox has bravely tried to defend the Sudanese Animists and Christians against the barbarities of Islamic monomaniacs which include forced converstions, mass murder and rape and enslavements.
The people who are coming to this rally do not have to agree with each other. They have to be able to disagree without being threatened with murder by criminal Islamic clerics or any one else for that matter.

10:24 pm  
Anonymous zsa zsa said...

Oh, so it is an Anti-Muslim march then?

12:27 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What's the M4FE line on the right to wear a hijab as free expression then?

10:30 am  
Blogger TheFriendlyInfidel said...

> This is not a parade against
> brown Muslims, right?

Right.

> Oh, so it is an Anti-Muslim march
> then?

Wrong.

It is a march against tyrannical regimes. It is a march to ensure that the hard won rights that prevent our governments becoming utterly corrupt, it is a march to state that we need to keep our leaders in check, it is a march to say that we reserve the right to tell people things that they might not like to hear, it is a march to say that we don't want to have limits imposed on our religious or political belief.

It is a great shame that so many people in the world don't get the right to choose or criticize their leaders.

Only one thing is taboo: don't plot to bring down the government. You can change the country by engaging in the democratic process, not by planting bomb or demanding things changed - that is not acceptable.

12:29 pm  
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12:30 pm  
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12:33 pm  
Blogger TheFriendlyInfidel said...

... although it is legal to wear a cross in Saudi ...

Do you see why it is important to not import Saudi culture here?

Do you want the Muttawa beating you up because you where to busy to pray that day?

Freedom of speech, freedom of expression. Those are the halmarks of Western Society.

If you don't like it, why not go and live in the third world?

1:02 pm  

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