Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Dancing on the Grave of Free Speech

Shame on the cowards responsible.
This is news we thought we’d never have to put out in Australia; but you, we and Geert Wilders are being denied a venue to meet and speak in Perth. Notice of cancellation of the booked and fully paid venue was given to us Friday evening at 9pm WA time.

A paid contract is being broken by the manager of reputable four star hotel, scared by the possibility of anti-democratic fringe groups holding a protest outside. We have been working hard on possible alternatives over the weekend, but given required size and lead time for security arrangements required to hold such an event, no suitable venue was available in the shortness of time. We also tried a number of Christian organisations with suitable venues, but their leaders were afraid to help out.

A school hall was suggested as a last minute option; but neither Mr Wilders nor Q Society will subject children to the likely impact of anti-democratic hate groups holding protests outside their school.

We feel very sorry for all who’ve booked hotels and flights, but this is out of our hands. Our sponsors were prepared to more than double the already generous budget for a suitable venue and extra security, but still to no avail.

The fear of venue managers is just too great. And when fear becomes stronger than civil courage, both the freedom to speak and the freedom to hear are denied. As Voltaire said: “If you want to know out who rules over you, just find out who you are not permitted to criticise”.

We realise anti-democratic hate groups will now be dancing in the streets. But this is not the end of it; and sadly they are blinded and do not realise they are dancing on the grave of free speech. Freedom of speech is an absolute; freedom knows no left or right

Standby also for video of violent leftist thugs trained to wail and shout "don't hurt me" for the cameras as soon as Police move in. Pussies.


Anonymous Lesbian Twin said...

Interestingly while The Age was at pains to say that the demonstration was peaceful, even the ABC reproted: "The demonstrators took guests' tickets and pushed them to the ground."

7:25 AM  
Anonymous Blobbsy said...

Looking forward to Dan's passionate defence of David Irving right to free speech next time he is touring the country.

Oh whats that? He cant come here because of a well funded and organised powerful lobby group.

4:57 PM  
Anonymous Free Geert said...

David Irving is a criminal and a proven liar.

Geert Wilders is not.

5:29 AM  
Anonymous Blobbsy said...

"Freedom of speech is an absolute"
Unless you are criminal.

"Freedom of speech is an absolute"
Unless you are a proven liar.

Otherwise freedom of speech is an absolute.

3:45 AM  

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