State Department partners with Organization of Islamic Cooperation in what could lead to criminalizing free speech
“That could never happen here.”
When we shine a light on the conviction of Elisabeth
Sabaditsch-Wolff in Austria for “denigrating religion,” that’s how some
Or when we warn about sharia law creeping into America. Or 85 sharia courts in Britain. Or “no go zones” in France.
And of course, our State Department would NEVER agree to a UN
resolution that has the practical effect of criminalizing free speech,
The column below that recently
appeared in Forbes (highlights added) is longer than we normally put
out, but it is SO IMPORTANT that you be aware of what’s coming our way.
Please take a few minutes to read it—because your first amendment
rights may soon be in jeopardy.
Of course, that could never happen here.
Could You Be A Criminal? US Supports UN Anti-Free Speech Measure
Abigail R. Esman, Contributor
you were out scavenging the Wal-Mart super sales or trying on trinkets
at T iffany and Cartier, your government has been quietly wrapping up a
Christmas gift of its own: adoption of UN resolution 16/18. An
initiative of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (formerly
Organization of Islamic Conferences), the confederacy of 56 Islamic
states, Resolution 16/18 seeks to limit speech that is viewed as
“discriminatory” or which involves the “defamation of religion” –
specifically that which can be viewed as “incitement to imminent
worse, the measure codifies into the UN agenda support for the very
notion democracies now wrestle with, and which threatens to destroy the
very fabric of our culture: tolerance of the intolerant, or rather, the
question of whether a tolerant society must also tolerate ways of life
that are intolerant – that oppress women, say, or advocate violence
against homosexuals, or force strangers to marry against their will. It
is, in fact, this very concept that the OIC has long pressured Western
governments to adopt in other ways, and that those supporting the
adoption of Sharia law in the west have emphasized. Yet if we fall into
that trap – as it appears we are – we will have lost the very heart of
who we are.
as M. Zuhdi Jasser, an observant American Muslim and the founder of the
American Islamic Forum for Democracy, remarked in an e-mail, “Anyone
who believes that Resolution 16’18 is some kind of a breakthrough is
sadly being duped by the most obvious Islamist double discourse. The
shift from ‘defamation’ to ‘incitement’ does nothing at all to change
the basic paradigm where Islamist nations remain in the offen se,
continuing to put Western, free nations on the defense.” Rather, said
Jasser, “We should be putting Islamist autocracies on the defense and
then simply reiterate that our First Amendment principles already
protect the rights of all minorities — whether Muslim or otherwise — and
that the best standard of free speech is the American one. Beginning to
categorize speech as ‘incitement’ is a slippery slope that could open
the floodgates for any post-tragedy analysis to indict what would
otherwise be free speech absurdly as incitement in some far-fetched
cause-effect analysis that would depend on proving that speech causes
is how the American government, however unwittingly, subsumes its own
Constitution in deference ot the demands of the Islamic state.
here’s the biggest problem: when the exercise of free speech leads to
violence far beyond our control. It’s called “terrorism.” And neither
the U.N. General Assembly nor the United States of America has the power
to stop it. More importantly: by agreeing to curb speech that could
lead to “imminent violence,” we in essence accept the blame for any
terrorist acts against America (and the West). We agreed not to provoke,
known race of perp can not be released by law enforcement to victimized community, as that would be "racial profiling" (i.e. "misconduct")..
Lawmakers propose bill to end racial profiling; millions to be spent
A bill pending in the U.S. Congress to totally ban racial profiling
by all U.S. law enforcement departments allocates millions of dollars in
federal funds for police officer sensitivity training programs. The
bill as written will also make it easier for those who claim
discrimination to sue federal, state or local governments for damages.
According to a public-interest group that investigates government
corruption and abuse, while the proposed law’s main selling point of
ending purported discrimination by federal state and local police is
noble, some of its provisions are outrageous and will cost taxpayers
The measure, End Racial Profiling Act of 2011 (ERPA), was first
introduced in the U.S. Senate by Maryland Democrat Ben Cardin who was
named the nation's most liberal senator by the National Journal last
year, according to the Judicial Watch blog.
This month Rep. John Conyers, the ethically challenged Michigan
congressman embroiled in several corruption scandals, introduced the
measure in the U.S. House. Conyers has been the focus of several
Judicial Watch investigations in the past.
Criminal Profiling is a law-enforcement tool with a history that
began in the early 1980s. The Federal Bureau of Investigation's
Behavioral Sciences Unit developed the first profile for a serial-killer
(which, by the way, indicated a white male among its criteria).
Then, according to former-FBI special agent Robert Ressler, the BSU
created profiles for other categories of crime including terrorism.
Through the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia, local
law-enforcement officers were provided instruction in profiling, which
they brought back to their respective police agencies.
The National Association of Chiefs of Police's annual survey of our
nation's police commanders and security directors provides evidence of
our insane infatuation with the politically-correct orthodoxy. The
survey reveals that almost 60 percent of police departments enforce a
written policy prohibiting so-called racial profiling. At the same time,
the survey shows that 88 percent of American police and security
executives believe our homeland will suffer a terrorist attack within
the next year.
If the Cardin-Conyers bill passes, profiling by law enforcement on
the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion and gender will
be prohibited. This assumes that racial profiling is prevalent now,
which is what the various civil rights groups that are pushing for the
law assert, stated the Judicial Watch blogger.
The language of the law also makes it much easier for supposed
victims of racial profiling to prove police discriminated against them.
It specifically says that an individual “injured” by racial profiling
may go to court for “declaratory or injunctive relief” and that the
“relief” (money) may be obtained against any government body, any agent
of such body who engaged in racial profiling and any person with
supervisory authority over such agent. A special provision allows
plaintiffs to get attorney’s fees from the government as well as “expert
What must a maligned ethnic minority prove to succeed in court if
this measure passes? They must prove that the routine or spontaneous
investigatory activities of law enforcement agents in a jurisdiction
have had a disparate impact on racial, ethnic, or religious minorities.
This could not be vaguer, stated the Judicial Watch blog.
Even before the victims of racial profiling start suing the
government, this law will cost taxpayers a chunk of change. That’s
because Uncle Sam will kick start it by doling out $5 million in grants
to train law enforcement personnel to collect race-based data on stops
and searches and teach officers to have more “respectful interaction”
with the public.
Some of the money will also go to develop and implement “best
practice devices and systems to eliminate racial profiling.” This
includes a “feedback” system (presumably from targeted suspects) that
identifies officers or units of officers engaged in, or at risk of
engaging in, racial profiling or other “misconduct,” according to
Some of the influential leftist groups pushing to pass this law claim
that racial profiling was traditionally thought of as targeting African
Americans but has expanded, especially after the 9/11 terrorist
In fact, the Washington D.C.-based Rights Working Group claims that
after 2001 the government adopted many policies based on “mistaken
theories that religious identity or national origin makes a person more
likely to engage in terrorism.”
we had an asian gangbanger johnny rourn try to hide his identity using a
WA state law that allows perp to not attend hearing and thus keep his
imagery out of the MSM.
Gun makers baffled by ATF criteriaModels OK’d on case-by-case basis
Who Gets to Live & Who Gets to Die in NJ
Based on a NY Post story. Left
column verbatim from online article, right side is what will happened
to the rest of us. In NJ we aren't allowed to legally defend ourselves
in our cars. (Computer generated image compliments of Grand Theft Auto
so register all your complaints with them please.)
Teen Killed in Newark Cop Carjack
A teen carjacker was shot and killed after trying to rob an off-duty cop
in Newark this morning, the second time in a month a car thief was shot
trying to hold up police officers in the New Jersey city.
Vincent Owens, 17, was shot at least once after trying rob the officer
around 5:15 a.m., and was then thrown from a getaway car that crashed
while trying to flee, Acting Essex County Prosecutor Carolyn Murray
Owens died a short time later at a hospital. But it's not clear if he
died from his gunshot wounds or injuries suffered in the crash.
The officer, whose name was not released, was treated for shock.
The other people who were in the car with Owens fled the scene after the
crash and remained at large Saturday afternoon. Authorities say they
found one gun at the shooting scene and another inside the getaway car,
but further details on the weapons and the shooting were not immediately
This morning's deadly shooting is the second time in just weeks that
carjackers have tried to hold up off-duty police officers in Newark. On
Dec. 10, a cop drew his gun and fired at two would-be carjackers,
hitting one of them, who survived.
Teen Kills Carjack Victim
A teen carjacker shot and killed a regular guy who didn't have his gun
in the car because it's against the law in NJ. The victim begged for his
life and handed over the car keys but it did not save him.
Joe Citizen, 35, was shot at least one time after submitting to the
carjacker's demands and was pushed out the door as the thief drove his
car down the street, Acting Essex County Prosecutor Carolyn Murray said.
Joe Citizen died a short time later at a hospital. But it's not clear if
he died from his gunshot wounds or being thrown from the car.
The carjacker, whose name is not known, was still at large.
The other people who were in the car with the carjacker got away without
a scratch and remained at large Saturday afternoon. Authorities say
they found no guns at the shooting scene and none on the victim, but
hey, why would they, the victim was a law abiding citizen.
This morning's deadly shooting is the second time in just weeks that
carjackers have held up and killed defenseless citizens in Newark. On
Dec. 10, a non-cop did not draw his gun and fire at two carjackers,
hitting none of them. That's because in NJ if you're not a special
person (cop) you're a dead man.
Liberal Dem lawmakers finally move to relax insane law when 'victim' is a tourist, female (attractive), NY admiring and 9/11 memorial tributing, DNC base voter (nurse), wanting to move to DNC base territory (Long Island) instead of several White males (ryan jerome, brian aitken, dustin reininger [business, moving to, moving from, respectively] and many others).
Assembly speaker to examine gun-possession law after GZ bust“Her actions show a clear indication that she didn’t know she was
breaking the law, and when she saw the sign, she said, ‘OK, I do have a
gun. Take it from me,’ ” said Silver, whose district includes Ground
Zero. “There was no criminal intent.”
yeah well neither did the 'others' but they were still prosecuted, saw prison....
everyone is a knucklehead in NYC
Vallone: 'Without cocaine,' the gun-toting Tennessee tourist is 'just a knucklehead'-
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dumbass Federale of the day award:
"Bill Wade, the outgoing chair of the Coalition of National Park
Service Retirees, said Congress should be regretting its decision to
allow loaded weapons in national parks. He called Sunday's fatal
shooting a tragedy that could have been prevented. He hopes Congress
will reconsider the law that took effect in early 2010, but doubts that
will happen in today's political climate.—Fox News"
always ask permission first, from the gov't to exercise your 2A rights & do their job for them....NOT
Activists accuse Syria of 'torture chambers'
“I can’t believe I shot one of our own!”
"ex cop"....you mean retired lieutenant.
Cop’s cry: I shot one of my own
Ex-lieutenant’s bullet killed ATF hero
ATF reportedly relieves Fast and Furious managers prior to OIG report-
Saudi hacker posts 11,000 more card numbers
Release follows publication of information about 15,000 Israeli credit cards; hacker threatens to release rest of database.
Always nutty and fun Pravda:
600 million commie latins vs. USA
Why Brazil is the 6th largest economy in the world
Brazil's new face has no white color anymore
Hugo Chávez rips into Obama
pan-arab chechen firebug via germany via canada scumbag an America hater...why did they allow him that name, more like muhamut danilov
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