June 2018

Saturday nightcap

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She reads the offensive quotes from the Koran and burns them one by one.

She uses bacon as bookmarks.

My racist bake sale

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Cyst Saturday

Sadiq Khan gets asked for ‘justice for our boys’

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Drone following Military train

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Daily roundup

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Workers of Whaleoil

Yesterday’s Wonderful Whaleoil worker was the boss. C) Cam

Whaleoil office

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An American could speak his mind more freely in 1970 than now

Violent protests by visiting mob lead Berkeley to cancel a speech by Milo Yiannopoulos

In 2015 Victor Davis Hanson could already see that Americans could no longer take free speech for granted. In 2018 it is now commonplace that conservative speakers are being silenced on social media as well as on University campuses. Their venues get cancelled due to threats made to the venue owners and their rallies, speeches or panel discussions are often violently attacked by protestors.

If you have the ‘wrong views’ or work for president Trump today you can expect to be thrown out of restaurants, have your livelihood threatened, your products or services boycotted and to receive death threats. The land of the free has become the land of the viciously virtuous who believe that the only speech that should be free is theirs. Quote:

[…] There was more free speech and unimpeded expression in 5 -century Athens than in Western Europe between 1934-45, or in Eastern Europe during 1946-1989. An American could speak his mind more freely in 1970 than now. Many in the United States had naively believed that the Enlightenment, the U.S. Constitution, and over two centuries of American customs and traditions had guaranteed that Americans could always take for granted free speech and unfettered inquiry.

That is an ahistorical assumption. The wish to silence, censor, and impede thought is just as strong a human emotion as the desire for free expression — especially when censorship is cloaked in rhetoric about fairness, equality, justice, and all the other euphemisms for not allowing the free promulgation of ideas.

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