Did we think there was a time when you couldn’t talk about an issue like Islam? There’s lots of ground to debate and discuss current events. The Liberal far left will attack and just say we’re racist. There’s a video where Lars Vilks at Swedens oldest university, was talking he talked about Islam showing a movie made by an Iranian about the gay community and the crowd of Jihad extremist muslim’s went wild. Here them screaming Allah Akbar.
The police had to tackle the people of peaceful Islam who wanted to kill. A few were arrested. Security guard threw himself on Mr. Vilks. Al Qaeda has a $100,000 bounty to kill Vilks and 150,000 bucks if death is done by a knife. The man gets a lot of death threats. If Islam is provoked the Muslim thinks they have the right to retaliate in a violent way. How dare you offend! This is prevalent in Europe in the entire left wing in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, France, Belgium, Switzerland and Britain. The notion that Islam is the reigning order, Islam has the right to set the order for society. A ban on hijabs and minarets really pisses off people who came from another country like Iran, Gaza or Pakistan. If they want to live in our society they have to live under our rules and customs, not impose their Sharia law lifestyle on the West. Extremists rule by terror. We can’t impose our way of life in Saudi Arabia or Yemen. Islamists use violence to stop freedom of speech.
This is the Michael Coren show here in Canada. In 2007 Vilks was embroiled in an international controversy after he made a series of drawings depicting the Islamic prophet Muhammad as a roundabout dog. The drawings were initially intended to be shown at a local art exhibition at Tallerud just outside Karlstad in Varmland, Sweden in July 2007 but were removed from the exhibition by the organisers, citing security concerns and fear of violence from Muslims, shortly before its opening. On 11 May 2010, Muslim protesters assaulted Vilks while he was giving a lecture about free speech at Uppsala University. The attacks started when a film about Islam and homosexuality that had been banned from YouTube was shown. The film in question was Iranian artist Sooreh Hera’s Allah ho gaybar. Vilks’ glasses were broken but he did not suffer any serious injuries, and was escorted to safety by security, while a few of the protesters were detained by police. Despite previous death threats, this was the first time violence against Vilks occurred. A few days later, on 15 May 2010, Vilks’ house in southern Sweden was attacked by arsonists. They smashed the windows and threw in bottles of gasoline. There was a small fire, but the house was not burned to the ground. Vilks was not at home at the time of the attack. Kosovan-Swedish brothers were arrested and sentenced to two and three years, respectively, of imprisonment. Lars Hedegaard belonged in the 1970s left wing, but criticized today left its position on Islam . Han mener, at islam som religion og politisk ideologi udgør en trussel mod de sekulære vestlige samfund. He believes that Islam as religion and political ideology are a threat to the secular Western society. Han diskuterer sjældent mere økonomiske emner. He discusses rarely more economic issues. Han benytter ofte en polemisk og sarkastisk stil rettet mod, hvad han opfatter som et selvgodt og politisk korrekt meningsaristokrati. He often uses a polemical and sarcastic style against what he perceives as a self-good and politically correct view aristocracy. Lars Hedegaard can be seen as exponents of a wave of criticism of Islam and its importance in the secular or mostly Christian culture western society. Bølgen er taget kraftigt til i styrke siden 2001 og i Danmark også efter Muhammedkrisen. The wave has been strongly in strength since 2001 and in Denmark even after the Danish cartoon crisis