Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Dust Up ..... Dust Off
< Provocative? Sure. Whether designed to derail the protests by evoking the lame anti-semitic canard or to educate the unaware is up for debate. One thing for sure is that when certain aspects of the problems are tried to be kept hidden through intimidation, free speech takes a hit.
Free speech is a funny thing. Use it and you may lose your job.
Even if you only indirectly work for National Propaganda Radio (NPR), all political statements must be kept to yourself or find yourself banned.
Use it and you may get shot by thugs in uniform.
Provocateurs use free speech to paint free speech as violent. They are being watched.
The Supreme Court is supposed to be the last defense for free speech but don't you dare think you can protest at their building, on their grounds.
Would Jesus Occupy Wall Street?
'Wingers scream that their free speech is impeded when a Nashville hotel cancels a divide and conquer convention featuring hate whores such as Pam Geller and Frank Gaffney. Yes, free speech includes the right to yell "Sharia law is gonna get you" but it doesn't mean private businesses have to accommodate you. Actually I don't think these 'leaders' in the Islamaphobe business even believe what they are saying. They are just hired guns paid to fire off rounds to stir up the racists and the deceived so they don't pay attention to the thieves picking their pockets or that Israel is running U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East to the detriment of our citizens.
The voting for the 'official' demands by Occupy Wall St. as portrayed by Coup Media Group has ended. Nothing about ending the wars, closing down the many military overseas bases and bringing the troops home. Funny how free speech is often manipulated to fit certain agendas. Without an anti-war cry in the mix of 'demands,' I get the feeling that something is rotten in protestville. We need to change that.