Thursday, February 02, 2006

British Dhimmi Press

Not one of our so-called "quality" papers - the Times, Telegraph, Independent, Guardian - has a leader comment devoted to the cartoon row. The Times does mention them in its editorial on the Religious Hatred Bill:
The saga of cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad published by a Danish newspaper shows the need to avoid creeping censorship.
That should go in the Oxford English Dictionary next to "irony", with a cross-reference to "coward".

Addressing the matter would force the newspapers to explain why they dare not print the pictures. Great Britain’s press - dictated to by Islam.


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