A judge in the Plaza de Castilla in Madrid charges a Pakistani refugee, who announced the publication of an anti-Islam film a few weeks ago, with incitement to religious violence. The judge prohibits the publication of the video on the network and makes his liberty conditional on not distributing the video.
Anything can be criticized. That is the difference between a free and un-free society. Once that’s done, then the way to be immune from criticism is to kill a bunch of people. And congratulations, we’re all living in the barbaric splendor of a society whose intellectual life is ruled by the threat of violence. Or as Muslims call it, “Home, Sweet Home.”
Joseph Klein is a Harvard-trained lawyer and the author of Global Deception: The UN’s Stealth Assault on America’s Freedom and Lethal Engagement: Barack Hussein Obama, the United Nations & Radical Islam.
Censorship is such an ambiguous thing. How does one define it really? It’s like trying to give a name to a cloud or a flower or an administration telling a private company that they really need to censor something.