The Inalienable Right to Blaspheme

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Sat, 2020-09-05 05:09

Charlie Hebdo has courageously published those cartoons again, to mark the beginning of the trial in Paris this week of suspected accomplices and enablers of the main perpetrators of the atrocities who, mercifully, no longer pollute the planet. Astonishingly, the normally Wet Woke Macron has defended Charlie's right to do so. Would that New Zealand Woke-Fascists, hell-bent on criminalising criticism of Islam, emulated Macron instead:

"It's never the place of a president of the Republic to pass judgment on the editorial choice of a journalist or newsroom, never. Because we have freedom of the press. There is in France a freedom to blaspheme which is attached to the freedom of conscience. I am here to protect all these freedoms. In France, one can criticize a president, governors, blaspheme. We will all have a thought for the women and men who were cowardly shot because they drew, wrote, corrected, were there to help, to deliver."

https://www.dw.com/en/frances-...

Exemplary piece on this subject by Brendan O'Neill in Spiked:

Once again the famously fuck-you French magazine has published caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad. And not any old caricatures. It has published the ones that made it a target for radical Islamist fury and mass murder in January 2015, when two al-Qaeda-inspired gunmen stormed into its offices and massacred 10 of its cartoonists and writers for the ‘crime’ of blasphemy, for the ‘sin’ of mocking the Prophet. Have Charlie Hebdo’s new editors gone mad? What are they thinking republishing the Muhammad-mocking cartoons that led to that act of deranged slaughter just five years ago? ...

This is unquestionably a free-speech issue. The right to doubt, question and even mock all gods, prophets, ideologies and fads is essential to a free society. The exercise of this right will sometimes cause offence, sure, but people feeling offended is an infinitesimally small price to pay for living in a society in which you have the right to express your views, whether you’re an irreligious piss-taking satirist, a hardcore Islamist, or just a regular person. Hurt feelings pale into insignificance in contrast with the essential and empowering nature of freedom of expression. ...

https://www.spiked-online.com/...


KASS Response to Islamo-Fascist

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Happy New Year

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It should be noted that - (in order to appease the left wing mob) - a certain National MP refused, point blank, to attend certain celebrations.

Assuming anyone considered him important enough (they don't Eye haha!) to bother reading his Fecesbook.com page to see what he was doing today, it is sickening cowardice on his part; cave to an ignorant mob of left wing anti semite academics and loons. Pathetic.

Thought for Today...

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1. You meet a chap in a bar.

2. He punches you in the face, pulls a knife, and rapes you.

3. You call the police, he is arrested.

4. He comes to your house, with a weapon, to persuade you to drop the charges. Terrorizes you for a second time.

5. You call the police. They turn up at your house, he points the weapon at them; they open fire.

6. Nobody seems remotely concerned about a rape victim terrorized by a clearly dangerous man.

7. ["You know who"] gives a typically condescending lecture about ....ummmmm.....errm...'moral compass' (!)

8. You turn on the TV one day and see an entire sports team with your rapist's name emblazoned on their uniforms

Does this all sound a bit odd to you? Shocked

(Is this some sort of joke that I don't "get"?!?)

Thought for Today...

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1. You meet a chap in a bar.

2. He punches you in the face, pulls a knife, and rapes you.

3. You call the police, he is arrested.

4. He comes to your house, with a weapon, to persuade you to drop the charges. Terrorizes you for a second time.

5. You call the police. They turn up at your house, he points the weapon at them; they open fire.

6. Nobody seems remotely concerned about a rape victim terrorized by a clearly dangerous man.

7. ["You know who"] gives a typically condescending lecture about ....ummmmm.....errm...'moral compass' (!)

8. You turn on the TV one day and see an entire sports team with your rapist's name emblazoned on their uniforms

Does this all sound a bit odd to you? Shocked

(Is this some sort of joke that I don't "get"?!?)

Labour's

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Tax plan is typically dumb; they want a 39% tax bracket on income above $180,000 per year.

Ironically, the only people who will pay it will be themselves and their civil servant commissars!

Every businessman will not - (you've probably heard the hoots of derisive laughter from one end of the country to the other by businessman responding to the claim $550 million will be raised?) - and let me explain why...

1. The company tax rate is 28%

2. The income tax (when you average it out) on $180,000 is approximately 28%

3. Therefore businessmen will simply not pay themselves anymore than that.

4. Simply retaining the rest of their profits within their company - (whilst waiting for the following election)

5. No one is going to pay 39% when they can pay 28% - and anyone who does ain't going to last very long in business.

Winnie the pooh?!?

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Typical wog....

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Reporter: "Excuse me, may I interview you?"
Man: "Yes!"
Reporter: "Name?"
Man: "Abdul Al-Rhazim."
Reporter: "Sex?"
Man: "Three to five times a week."
Reporter: "No no! I mean male or female?"
Man: "Yes, male, female... sometimes camel."
Reporter: "Holy cow!"
Man: "Yes, cow, sheep... animals in general."
Reporter: "But isn't that hostile?"
Man: "Yes, horse style, dog style, any style."
Reporter: "Oh dear!"
Man: "No, no deer. Deer run too fast. Hard to catch."

Sticking out tongue

World's shortest books

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1. "Essays in Sobriety" by Nancy Pelosi

2. "Rush Hour Collusion: the evidence" by Robert Mueller

3. "My Life of Crime" by Roger Stone

4. "Heterosexual Adventures" by Clark Gayboy ...opps, I mean 'Gayford'.

5. "40 Years of Achievement" by Winston Peters

6. "The Housebuilding Years" by Phil Twyford

7. "Prosperity Through Welfare" by Willie Jackson

8. "Career Options For Gender Studies Graduates"

9. "Racists In New Zealand" by Ming Foon

10. "Treaty of Waitangi: the legal basis" by Geoffrey Palmer

11. "Pacific Travel Guide" by Amelia Earhart

12. "Great Maori Lovers"

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