Link to an excellent speech

 

“Silence is Not an Option”

Below is the prepared text of speech given last night by Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff at the Ahavath Torah Congregation in Boston.

“Death Can Be Silent – The Present State of Free Speech in the U.S., Europe and Beyond”

Speech given by Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff
Ahavath Torah Congregation, Boston
June 17, 2013
[*a few excepts]

I’ve just recently learned that the audience for my talk may be larger than I had previously thought. In addition to the listeners gathered here in Stoughton, my words may be recorded by NSA and digitally stored in a huge database — all part of the struggle against “terror” and “violent extremism”. Since this congregation is a non-profit organization, the IRS may also be listening in, just to make sure that what I say here is compatible with your tax-exempt status.
If my words ever happen to be passed on through the social media, the person who posts them may be subject to criminal penalties. Yes, that’s why U.S. Attorney Bill Killian went to Manchester, Tennessee a couple of weeks ago: to discuss using federal civil rights laws to punish those who make critical remarks about Islam.
Such is the current sorry condition of free speech the United States of America.
If it’s that bad here, what must conditions be like elsewhere? This nation used to be a beacon of liberty, the shining city on a hill that inspired the entire world — what has happened to it?
I can tell you from my own experience that Europe has slid even farther down the slippery slope to tyranny.
We, too, live under constant surveillance by our own governments.
The security services in Britain and Sweden are entitled by law to record and store all forms of electronic communications — telephone, text messaging, internet usage, and so on.
Most countries in Europe have been gung-ho to implement the EU’s diktat. So many people have been harassed, detained, arrested, prosecuted, and convicted for criticizing Islam that it would be impossible for me to mention them all. To read a full list, even if it were possible to compile one, would take several hours at least.
But let me give you a brief representative sample of Europeans who have been persecuted by their governments for their opinions on Islamization:

[A few of her examples]

From Britain: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, a.k.a. Tommy Robinson, the founder and leader of the Islam-critical English Defence League, has been tried repeatedly on various contrived charges, and convicted on some of them. Late last year he spent several months in solitary confinement before he even made his first appearance in court.
From Finland: Jussi Halla-aho, a journalist and local politician, was tried for giving examples in his blog of things about immigrants that were now illegal to say. He was convicted and fined, and lost his appeals to all higher courts. He also lost his position within his party, the True Finns.
From the Netherlands: Geert Wilders, the leader of what may now be the most popular party in the country, was put on trial not once, but twice for expressing his opinions on Islam. After a lengthy and expensive court process, he was acquitted in both cases.
From Switzerland: Avi Lipkin, a.k.a. Victor Mordecai, was tried and convicted of “inciting hatred or discrimination against a person or a group of persons on the grounds of their race, ethnic origin or religion”. His “crime” was committed during a discussion about the upcoming referendum on the minaret ban, when he read verses from the Koran requiring Muslims to hate Christians and Jews. He was convicted.
See complete text of her speech: http://gatesofvienna.net/2013/06/silence-is-not-an-option/

What is in store for us?

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6 comments on “Link to an excellent speech

  1. clyde says:

    ” What’s in store for us”? The SAME shit. IF we just sit back and allow it. Screw the muzzies, and especially screw those who COWER because of them. It’s PAST time to give these barbarians a dose of their own medicine, and their enablers swift kicks to the ass.

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  2. Davetherave says:

    Good post Bull. Sorry I’ve not been around lately, but my damn back is still messed up and sitting in front of this computer doesn’t help it one single bit.

    The example from Switzerland is so f*cking ridiculous I don’t know rather to cry or laugh. This guy simple reads from the book of hatred towards Jews and Christians (which means the towel heads are guilty of discrimination) and he gets busted. Now that is some bass akward shit right there!

    How in the hell a bunch of camel jockeys that most of their countries still live in ruble and only the sheiks are rich has been able to take over such a large portion of the world defies logic. The NOW doesn’t give a rats ass about the muzzies anymore than they do about our country, so what in the hell has catapulted to the front row to where everyone has to kiss their frigging asses??

    They’re butchers and it’s impossible to negotiate with them. Bow to them or die is all they understand. Clyde hit a excellent point about those that are chickenshits and scared of the sand dwellers, but give me a f*cking break. Is our world now completely overrun by a majority of cowards? I be pondering on how the camel jockeys have pulled this off probably for the rest of my life.

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    • bullright says:

      Dave, I sure hope your back gets back in shape soon. Everything can bother that.
      Good comments on target. Ain’t that a crock of nastiness? And they did allow it. Like Clyde said, those enablers are as bad as the Islamists. I got one for your anger coming with this.

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  3. pepperhawk says:

    Great article Bull. Quite a speech. I read the entire speech she made. Kind of sends chills up one’s spine too.

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