fredag den 7. september 2012

Ban the Burka and Save Female Children from all Islamic Hijab - Hejab is either Patriarch and Matriarch or State imposed harm to women and female children or self-harm by adult women

Hejab is either Patriarch and Matriarch or State imposed harm to women and female children or self-harm by adult women - not healthy at all for normal human interaction and physical and psychological freedom and liberty. However, as the degree of self-harm could be mild in adult, mentally competent women, if evidence show they are not coerced or threatened by beating or honor-killing to be forced to wear hejab, then to some extent, it should be allowed to individuals to choose to harm themselves by wearing hejab. However, Burka is a horrible mobile prison effacing and taking away identity and disrupting formal and informal identification in daily activities and interaction between people at work, in markets, in neighbourhoods and at home, also at the airport and on a passenger plane! In France, Burka is banned, a consensus achieved by various secular liberal democratic structures, representing an overwhelming majority of French people, and their assemblies, as well as affirmed by France Constitutional Court. The fine for a women breaking the law is 30 Euro or so, but for Patriarchs and Matriarchs or Islamic mufties, ayatollahs, thugs who force women into burka, there is a 30000 Euro fine and possible prison sentence. Vive La France! Liberty, equality and no Muslim Brotherhood, but complete gender equality in rights!

søndag den 1. april 2012

A call to all, liberals, communists, conservatives, nationalists, secularists, humanists and atheists: resist Islamic military and political invasion of Europe, USA and Australasia

A call to all, liberals, communists, conservatives, nationalists, secularists, humanists and atheists: resist Islamic military and political invasion of Europe, USA and Australasia:
One step more in Islamic Imperialist invasion of Great Britain like the one earlier step reported by Channel Four Dispatches Britain's Islamic Republic in Tower Hamlet through Labour Party facilitation of Islamic extremists political wings. George Galloway wins Bradford West byelection. He was a supported of Saddam Hussein of Iraq and is hired by Islamic Imperialist State of Iran's Press TV, which recently was banned from British media space due to programmes like coersion and torture of Newsweek journalist Bahrami on air, forcing him to an interview, while his torturer was present and watched his every move and word...Galloway reminds me of Alec Guiness's Bolshevik character in the Boris Pasternak-David Lean epic Dr. Zhivago. Bolsheviks were ordered to organise defeat to Germany and today's Bolsheviks are trying to organise a defeat to Islamic Imperialism. However, liberal democracies, especially the emergening Muscular Liberalism, would defeat Galloway-types and Islamic Imperialism and neo-Nazi axis of it. An Iranian Islamic state man in United Nation so-called Human Rights Council, sponsored by the same state that has hired Galloway, said in an interview June 2010, that Copenhagen will have an Islamic majority population in 2025, hence will have a complete Islamic rule, not only those grand mosque promoting collaborateurs, the Copenhagen City Council majority traitors and their majority government: google translate if you wish and listen to Galloway's "colleague" on the imbedded video. He aslo says that Punishment should not be called Torture, for instance, he says, Islamic lashing should not be called torture. Galloway is here to help these Islamic Imperialists with their Press TV propaganda and now voted in by Islamic majority of Bradford, based on the statistics provided by the Guardian newspaper.​watch?v=TVBLjKeIYbk&context=C4e​f5df6ADvjVQa1PpcFNCmh_QJfn5g4I​MJ5lOa58kahj23SxfR6M%3D

mandag den 23. januar 2012

Secular Liberal Minority Report News from London: Rally to Defend Freedom of Expression London, Saturday 11 February 2012 - campus news and a couple of great secular short films

Goroyesque - a short film, a great work of political-philosophical art, but personal, too

A voice from Tunisia Soutenons la liberte d'expression - On Monday, January 23 there will be a trial against a Tunisian TV channel ... Reason? Airing the film Persepolis.
Some try to address to freedom of expression and this message is just a message of support to this cause -

And some more news from University of London campus:

Michael Thor, UCL Atheist, Secularist & Humanist Society President calls all University of London students to speak up for freedom of speech:
As a consequence of recent events at Queen Mary, LSE and UCL, we are co-hosting a rally to defend freedom of speech on Saturday, February 11th at 2 pm. People from the affected societies will be present to give them their side of the story, as well as other notable people including Maryam Namazie, Rhys Morgan. We have also been endorsed by Dawkins, Rushdie and Malik to name a few.

Please, spread the word:

Rally to defend free expression
‎11 February at 14:00! Central London, location to be announced soon!

In other campus news:

The London School of Economics, who had sponsored a dodgy degree to dictator Ghaddafi's son in return for money, what lead to departure of one of the heads of the LSE, has unsurprisingly a Student Union reportedly calling LSE SU Atheist, Secularist and Humanist Society to an "informal meeting" announced publicly (!) something along the lines of Khomeini's informal death sentence to Salman Rushdie?

UCL Atheist, Secularist and Humanist Society Facebook member quoting the LSE SU:
"On Monday 16th January it was brought to our attention via an official complaint by two students that the LSE SU Atheist, Secularist and Humanist Society posted cartoons, published by the UCLU Atheist, Secularist and Humanist Society, depicting the Prophet Mohammed and Jesus "sitting in a pub having a pint" on their society Facebook page. Upon hearing this, the sabbaticals officers of the LSESU ensured all evidence was collected and an emergency meeting with a member of the Students' Union staff was called to discuss how to deal with the issue. During this time, we received 40 separate official complaints from the student body, in addition to further information regarding more posts on the society Facebook page.

It was decided that the President and other committee member...s of the LSE SU Atheist, Secularist and Humanist Society would be called for an informal meeting to explain the situation, the complaints that had been made, and how the action of posting these cartoons was in breach of Students' Union policy on inclusion and the society's constitution. This meeting took place on Friday 20th January at 10.30am. The society agreed to certain actions coming out of the meeting and these were discussed amongst the sabbatical team. In this discussion it was felt that though these actions were positive they would not fully address the concerns of those who had submitted complaints. Therefore the SU will now be telling the society that they cannot continue these activities under the brand of the SU.

The LSE Students’ Union would like to reiterate that we strongly condemn and stand against any form of racism and discrimination on campus. The offensive nature of the content on the Facebook page is not in accordance with our values of tolerance, diversity, and respect for all students regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality or religious affiliation. There is a special need in a Students' Union to balance freedom of speech and to ensure access to all aspects of the LSE SU for all the ethnic and religious minority communities that make up the student body at the LSE."

torsdag den 19. januar 2012

HOLD THIS DATE – 11 February: A Day to Defend Free Expression

HOLD THIS DATE – 11 February: A Day to Defend Free Expression

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HOLD THIS DATE – 11 February 2012
A Day to Defend Free Expression

One Law for All is calling for a rally in defence of free expression and the right to criticise religion on 11 February 2012 in central London from 2-4pm.

We are also calling for simultaneous events and acts in defence of free expression on 11 February in countries world-wide.

The call follows an increased number of attacks on free expression in the UK, including a 17 year old being forced to remove a Jesus and Mo cartoon or face expulsion from his Sixth Form College and demands by the UCL Union that the Atheist society remove a Jesus and Mo cartoon from its Facebook page. It also follows threats of violence, police being called, and the cancellation of a meeting at Queen Mary College where One Law for All spokesperson Anne Marie Waters was to deliver a speech on Sharia. Saying ‘Who gave these kuffar the right to speak?’, an Islamist website called for the disruption of the meeting. Two days later at the same college, though, the Islamic Society held a meeting on traditional Islam with a speaker who has called for the death of apostates, those who mock Islam, and secularist Muslims.

Whilst none of this is new, recent events reveal an increased confidence of Islamists to censor free expression publicly, particularly given the support received from universities and other bodies in the name of false tolerance, cultural sensitivity and respect.

The right to criticise religion, however, is a fundamental right that is crucial to many, including Muslims.

Clearly, the time has come to take a firm and uncompromising stand for free expression and against all forms of threats and censorship.

11 February is our chance to take that stand.

You need to be there.

Enough is enough.


Contact us for more information or with details of actions or events being organised outside of London:
Maryam Namazie
Anne Marie Waters
One Law for All
BM Box 2387
London WC1N 3XX, UK
Tel: +44 (0) 7719166731

To help with the costs of the rally and donate to the crucial work of One Law for All, please either send a cheque made payable to One Law for All to BM Box 2387, London WC1N 3XX, UK or pay via Paypal.

The One Law for All Campaign was launched on 10 December 2008, International Human Rights Day, to call on the UK Government to recognise that Sharia and religious courts are arbitrary and discriminatory against women and children in particular and that citizenship and human rights are non-negotiable. To join the campaign, sign our petition here.

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Geoff Ryan

Posted January 19, 2012 at 2:20 PM

I have seen about this incident on the web and have put a complaint in with
the Metropolitan police.I have also asked them to look at the web site of the people who carried out this criminal act.

They call themselves Islamic awakening.The attack they carried out was
premeditated as you will see on their site,it is also full of hate speech
for non Muslim’s.I would ask all people to contact the police in regards
to this matter regardless of whether you were there or not.

Here is the link to the Islamic awakening site.


Pedram Kazemi-Esfarjani
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Posted January 19, 2012 at 4:58 PM

Thank you Geoff for reminding us that we still live in a liberal democratic state, where the sate has an obligation to protect citizens from being threatened to death for debating a anti-democratic, dehumanising doctrine that Islamic Sharia and Islamic Imperialism promoting it in fact is. And thank you for, like myself, counting on that most of our democratically steered Metropolitan Police force as well as our Militray and Intelligence Servide officeres are – still – on the side of liberal democracy and national interest instead of Global Islamism – the mono-cultural scham called multi-culturalism!