24 February 2006

Your Freedom of Speech Under Cyber Attack - Part 2


From The Intellectual Activist via Cox & Forkum:

The central issue of the "cartoon jihad" -- the Muslim riots and death threats against a Danish newspaper that printed 12 cartoons depicting Mohammed -- is obvious. The issue is freedom of speech: whether our freedom to think, write, and draw is to be subjugated to the "religious sensitivities" of anyone who threatens us with force.

That is why it is necessary for every newspaper and magazine to re-publish those cartoons, as I will do in the next print issue of The Intellectual Activist.

That's why we're posting one of them here.


Go to Michelle Malkin to see the rest of them.

And that's why we also urge you to support Denmark. Some great ideas on how to do so at David's Medienkritik.


And this is, of course, another reason why we support our troops.

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