Friday, March 16, 2012

New York Times: your religious bigotry is showing

It is a common theme among the MSM and their synchophants that all religions are to be made fun of, poked with a stick and generally abused and denigrated EXCEPT Islam.  The reason for this stand-off position is that if you publish anything derogatory about Islam, Muslims will kill you.  Not hurt you, take you to court or protest outside your office, they will murder you for insulting their religion.  We are under the thumb of Muslims in respect to our rights to speak freely on any subject, and it is Muslims who decide which insult applies, depending on anything as specious as the day of the week or whether your shadow fell across theirs.

It's either a fair game for all, or else everyone is fair game.

By refusing to run the response ad, the NYT proves once again that it is free speech for me but not for thee which drives their decisions.

Sniveling dhimmis, one and all.

From The Daily Caller March 14 by Neil Munro

Times nixes anti-Islam ad, runs anti-Catholic ad

Executives at The New York Times have rejected a full-page anti-Islam advertisement that mimicked a controversial anti-Catholic advertisement they published on March 9.
According to a Mar. 13 letter sent by the Times to the ad’s sponsor, anti-Islam activist Pamela Geller, the $39,000 anti-Islam ad was rejected because “the fallout from running this ad now could put U.S. troops and/or civilians in the [Afghan] region in danger.”

Bill Donohue, the president of the Catholic League, accused the Times of having a double standard and told The Daily Caller that The Time’s was based on “either [anti-Catholic] bigotry or fear [of Islamic violence], and they’ve painted themselves into that corner.”

Donohue said the frequent claims of intellectual honesty by Times employees would compel them to address the double standard if they weren’t “shameless.”

TheDC asked Robert Christie, the Times’ senior vice-president for corporate communications, if the Times’ decision is a surrender to violence and also an incentive for additional threats of violence.

However, Christie declined to discuss the paper’s decision, and referred TheDC to the letter sent by the Times to Geller and her organization, Stop the Islamization of Nations.

The Times’ letter included a commitment to “consider the ad … for publication in a few months,” and the claim that “we publish this type of advertising, even those we disagree with, because we believe in the First Amendment.”

Geller scoffed at the Times’ conditional commitment. She told TheDC she believes the Times will never publish a criticism of Sharia, or Islamic law, because “when is it ever a good time to blaspheme under the Sharia?”

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