30 thoughts on “"…the courage to push ahead in the face of hate"

  1. Anonymous

    dont use the word “retarded” when you really mean unwise, poorly thought out, etc. its offensive, not to mention imprecise. im guessing you havent had close personal contact with “mentally handicapped” individuals, but thats no excuse. you really need a lesson in abstract thinking if you cant grasp how that word might me hurtful. oh and get a box of tissues if you cant handle being called out on your unchecked and unquestioned use of ignorant derogatory terms. you dont get to pick and choose which types of prejudice ought to be taken seriously, however convenient it may be for youyours,11:05

  2. Anonymous

    dont use the word “retarded” when you really mean unwise, poorly thought out, etc. its offensive, not to mention imprecise. im guessing you havent had close personal contact with “mentally handicapped” individuals, but thats no excuse. you really need a lesson in abstract thinking if you cant grasp how that word might me hurtful. oh and get a box of tissues if you cant handle being called out on your unchecked and unquestioned use of ignorant derogatory terms. you dont get to pick and choose which types of prejudice ought to be taken seriously, however convenient it may be for you

    yours,
    11:05

  3. Anonymous

    Yes, I agree with the commenters above me that we need to know our threats regardless of how uncomfortable they make us “liberal-facists” feel. So in light of this: You know what’s a bigger global threat than islamofascism? AMERICA

  4. Anonymous

    Yes, I agree with the commenters above me that we need to know our threats regardless of how uncomfortable they make us “liberal-facists” feel. So in light of this:

    You know what’s a bigger global threat than islamofascism? AMERICA

  5. Muslims Against Sharia

    Muslims Against Sharia congratulate David Horowitz FREEDOM CENTER and Mike Adams, Tammy Bruce, Phyllis Chesler, Ann Coulter, Nonie Darwish, Greg Davis, Stephen Gale, David Horowitz, Joe Kaufman, Michael Ledeen, Michael Medved, Alan Nathan, Cyrus Nowrasteh, Daphne Patai, Daniel Pipes, Dennis Prager, Luana Saghieh, Rick Santorum, Jonathan Schanzer, Christina Sommers, Robert Spencer, Brian Sussman, Ed Turzanski, Ibn Warraq and other speakers on the success of the Islamofascism Awareness Week. Islamofascism (or Islamism) is the main threat facing modern civilization and ignorance about this threat is astounding. We hope that this event becomes regular and reaches every campus. A great many Westerners do not see the clear distinction between Islam and Islamism (Islamofascism). They need to understand that the difference between Islam and Islamism (Islamofascism) is the same as the difference between Christianity and Christian Identity Movement (White Supremacy Movement).Original post

  6. Muslims Against Sharia

    Muslims Against Sharia congratulate David Horowitz FREEDOM CENTER and Mike Adams, Tammy Bruce, Phyllis Chesler, Ann Coulter, Nonie Darwish, Greg Davis, Stephen Gale, David Horowitz, Joe Kaufman, Michael Ledeen, Michael Medved, Alan Nathan, Cyrus Nowrasteh, Daphne Patai, Daniel Pipes, Dennis Prager, Luana Saghieh, Rick Santorum, Jonathan Schanzer, Christina Sommers, Robert Spencer, Brian Sussman, Ed Turzanski, Ibn Warraq and other speakers on the success of the Islamofascism Awareness Week.

    Islamofascism (or Islamism) is the main threat facing modern civilization and ignorance about this threat is astounding. We hope that this event becomes regular and reaches every campus.

    A great many Westerners do not see the clear distinction between Islam and Islamism (Islamofascism). They need to understand that the difference between Islam and Islamism (Islamofascism) is the same as the difference between Christianity and Christian Identity Movement (White Supremacy Movement).

    Original post

  7. Anonymous

    i agree with 11:31. there is definitely danger in excessive political correctness when it denies a real problem in favor of not hurting feelings(hear that PCU?) the word “islamofascist” seems wildly bigoted, and certainly perpetuates the perception that all muslims are oppressive, murderous zealots. but there is absolutely a group of oppressive, murderous zealots and denying that this group is islamic is excessively blind.

  8. Anonymous

    i agree with 11:31. there is definitely danger in excessive political correctness when it denies a real problem in favor of not hurting feelings(hear that PCU?) the word “islamofascist” seems wildly bigoted, and certainly perpetuates the perception that all muslims are oppressive, murderous zealots. but there is absolutely a group of oppressive, murderous zealots and denying that this group is islamic is excessively blind.

  9. Anonymous

    Sometimes a group as a whole really is a threat. This isn’t racism (not to mention that “Islam” isn’t a race, it’s a religion). If you listened and read carefully about the issue you would also realize that there isn’t a problem with Islam as a whole, but with radical Muslims. The ones who have violently gone after every single race and religion (including their own) in an attempt to wipe out the impurities of non-believers. The types who murder a pregnant Israeli woman and her four daughters, and are then labeled by governments and citizens as “heroic martyrs.” Or a pregnant suicide bomber who think that killing Jews is more important than taking care of her own children at home. Not to mention the brainwashing of women that occurs in these societies. The modern move to be so politically correct, so careful not to group and offend can backfire. Yes, it many cases labeling a religious or ethnic group as evil is wrong and can lead to horrendous events, like the holocaust. At the same time, had the world labeled the Nazi’s as a group as wrong and taken action, millions of deaths could have been prevented. To censure radical muslims is no different than to do the same for skinheads or neonazi’s. The fact that they tie their hateful way of life to a figure that they call God doesn’t protect them from criticism.

  10. Anonymous

    Sometimes a group as a whole really is a threat. This isn’t racism (not to mention that “Islam” isn’t a race, it’s a religion). If you listened and read carefully about the issue you would also realize that there isn’t a problem with Islam as a whole, but with radical Muslims. The ones who have violently gone after every single race and religion (including their own) in an attempt to wipe out the impurities of non-believers. The types who murder a pregnant Israeli woman and her four daughters, and are then labeled by governments and citizens as “heroic martyrs.” Or a pregnant suicide bomber who think that killing Jews is more important than taking care of her own children at home. Not to mention the brainwashing of women that occurs in these societies. The modern move to be so politically correct, so careful not to group and offend can backfire. Yes, it many cases labeling a religious or ethnic group as evil is wrong and can lead to horrendous events, like the holocaust. At the same time, had the world labeled the Nazi’s as a group as wrong and taken action, millions of deaths could have been prevented. To censure radical muslims is no different than to do the same for skinheads or neonazi’s. The fact that they tie their hateful way of life to a figure that they call God doesn’t protect them from criticism.

  11. Anonymous

    Sorry, but I am sick of the type of behavior that happened at Emory. Sure Horowitz is a moron, but the idea of screaming at one of his events in hopes of keeping him from speaking is anything but “liberal.” We know what we think. Why not let Horowitz have his say and PROVE what a jerk his is The idea of discourse is back and forth, not suppressing speech because so-and-so doesn’t agree with my views.

  12. Anonymous

    Sorry, but I am sick of the type of behavior that happened at Emory. Sure Horowitz is a moron, but the idea of screaming at one of his events in hopes of keeping him from speaking is anything but “liberal.” We know what we think. Why not let Horowitz have his say and PROVE what a jerk his is The idea of discourse is back and forth, not suppressing speech because so-and-so doesn’t agree with my views.

  13. Anonymous

    10:48 here.11:05, thanks for calling my attention to that. A lot of people have told me recently that I need to get my blatant ablism in check.For the love of God, can’t you people just let it go sometimes?Oops, that last sentence was a little bit monotheistic-normative. I hope nobody gets offended and calls me out on it.

  14. Anonymous

    10:48 here.

    11:05, thanks for calling my attention to that. A lot of people have told me recently that I need to get my blatant ablism in check.

    For the love of God, can’t you people just let it go sometimes?

    Oops, that last sentence was a little bit monotheistic-normative. I hope nobody gets offended and calls me out on it.

  15. Jesse

    11:05, is that fair? Calm down.My favorite part? Horowitz decries the fact that he’ll need guards at Columbia and they’ll be protests by “liberals.” Um, did he see the speech a month ago? The University was CRAWLING with protestors and police. So odd. The man’s an idiot, always has been, always will be.

  16. Jesse

    11:05, is that fair? Calm down.

    My favorite part? Horowitz decries the fact that he’ll need guards at Columbia and they’ll be protests by “liberals.” Um, did he see the speech a month ago? The University was CRAWLING with protestors and police. So odd. The man’s an idiot, always has been, always will be.

  17. Anonymous

    that’s facists, not fascists. facists. those rotten liberals even refuse to use the appropriate spelling for their brand of authoritarianism.

  18. Anonymous

    that’s facists, not fascists. facists. those rotten liberals even refuse to use the appropriate spelling for their brand of authoritarianism.

  19. Anonymous

    “Police were unable to subdue the crowd.” That’s hilarious. That anyone would take this “free speech denied by liberal fascists” thing seriously is laughable. “Liberal Fascists?” Really, it’s like that?I especially like the way he tries to evade the charge of racism with, essentially, the statement “I’m using a term Muslims in the 90s used.” It deflects the accusation that his entire standpoint is blindingly racist, and focuses attention on a single buzzword he uses.But seriously, Columbia’s decision to allow Ahmadinejad to give a speech was retarded.10:43, at least we recognize it as such.

  20. Anonymous

    “Police were unable to subdue the crowd.” That’s hilarious. That anyone would take this “free speech denied by liberal fascists” thing seriously is laughable. “Liberal Fascists?” Really, it’s like that?

    I especially like the way he tries to evade the charge of racism with, essentially, the statement “I’m using a term Muslims in the 90s used.” It deflects the accusation that his entire standpoint is blindingly racist, and focuses attention on a single buzzword he uses.

    But seriously, Columbia’s decision to allow Ahmadinejad to give a speech was retarded.

    10:43, at least we recognize it as such.

  21. Anonymous

    Welcome to Fox News Fun with Words!We can make you think what we want.Thanks, George Orwell, for the good ideas.

  22. Anonymous

    Welcome to Fox News Fun with Words!

    We can make you think what we want.

    Thanks, George Orwell, for the good ideas.

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