Muslims Protest Free SpeechPosted by Phil Ferguson on October 16th, 2012 – 15 Comments – Posted in Uncategorized
Muslims protest free speech by using their freedom of speech. They decided to protest Google. Google owns Youtube and has refused to pull down the piece of shit movie sample “Innocence of Muslims”.
Protestors spent four hours outside the internet giant’s headquarters calling for it to take down from YouTube the clip known as Innocence of Muslims, which is said to insult the Prophet Mohammed as a fool and a womaniser.
Is it an insult if you say something that is true?
Organisers said they will hold a “million strong” rally in Hyde Park within weeks unless the film they say is offensive is taken off the internet.
If Google does not give into their demands then they will keep protesting. FINE! Let them protest. They have the right to say what they want – and so do I.
Here is the stupid movie. The more they protest the more people will watch it. It now has 17,000,000 views and people have copied and reposed all over the web. This video will never go away.
(FYI… this video is really, really poorly done)
Khalid Mahmood, a 38-year-old insurance broken from Coventry, said: “This is for all people, from all faiths. We live in an age of mockery. It is essentially out of control.
NO! We need more mockery! If your world view cannot take it – then leave it behind.
“We can no longer just stand by, shrug our shoulders and be hurt every day. We are doing this on behalf of everyone. It is the final straw. It is unacceptable.”
Hurt, how are you hurt? This basically muslims throwing a tantrum – whaaaaaa!
“This is not freedom of expression, there is a limit for that. This insult of the Prophet will not be allowed.”
NO! There is no limit. You are wrong! It is the speech that offends that needs protection. This may be a critical point in our progress. Do we bow down to the demands of a religion and forever cower to their demand or do we stand firm and say no! We value free speech and will fight to protect it.
Do you think I go too far? Read this…
“Terrorism is not just people who kill human bodies, but who kill human feelings as well. The makers of this film have terrorised 1.6 billion people.”
The film is a form or terrorism? And it has hurt 1.6 billion people? To equate this movie to actual acts of terrorism show how far they intend to go.
Thankfully, Google is standing strong and we should applaud them for that!
“This video–which is widely available on the Web–is clearly within our guidelines and so will stay on YouTube.”