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Vive la France!

Our hearts and prayers are with you.

Vive La France

Background/Related Links:

See “Obama Snubs Paris, Disses War on Terror” at http://wp.me/p4scHf-6S.

See “Benghazi-Paris Nexus” at http://wp.me/p4scHf-6Y.

See “We Are All Parisians!” at http://wp.me/p4scHf-71.

See “CPAC: Roman Genn – Solidarity for Liberty” at http://wp.me/p4scHf-8f.

See “ISIS Is Contained!” at http://wp.me/p4scHf-bX.

See “The Left Goes Gaga Over Paris Attack” at http://wp.me/p4scHf-c0.

See “Coulter Aghast at ISIS Coverage” at http://wp.me/p4jHFp-aK.

Islamists Fear Cartoons

America is under assault of Islamic jihadists and those who want to replace the Constitution with sharia law – and nobody cares!

Cartoons

The New York Times reported:

“Two gunmen were killed after they opened fire Sunday evening outside an event hosted by an anti-Islam group in Garland, Tex., featuring cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, local officials said.”

Wrong! They were not gunmen, they were Islamic terrorists!

Wrong! It was not an “anti-Islam group,” it was a pro-free speech event.

The Left responded to this terrorist attack by attacking the victims of the attack, by asserting that the cartoonists were provoking the terrorists. (Would they make any such suggestion to a rape victim?)

The Left is, again, on the wrong side. They attack the cartoonists and not the terrorists!

Even a Fox News anchor blamed the event sponsors instead of the terrorists and suggested we should submit to sharia law.

The Left never protects the speech of conservatives or Christians, but they will defend to our death jihadists who kill in the name of Allah![1]

Instead of fighting against the Islamists, they choose appeasement,[2] as if a jobs program will bring peace.[3]

Funny, huh? We need more cartoons exposing the truth about Islam.

Islamists literally seek world domination. Freedom of speech in anathema to them. That is why they so quickly pounce upon those speaking the truth about Islam. Coercion to control expression, thought, and actions.

Geert Wilders, Pamela Geller, and all those involved in this conference are heroic for standing up against such a vicious evil.[4] We must all rise up and support them.[5]

Survival requires unity against this shared existential threat.

The winning cartoon is featured in the graphic above. May we all have the courage of that cartoonist!

Endnotes:

[1]               See “CVE: How to Submit to Jihad” at http://wp.me/p4scHf-7x.

[2]               See “Let’s Talk ISIS Into Peace” at http://t.co/x5bJ44gBxY.

[3]               See “Root of Evil: Let’s Put ISIS on Welfare” at http://wp.me/p4scHf-7s.

[4]               See “We Are All Parisians!” at http://wp.me/p4scHf-71.

[5]               See “CPAC: Roman Genn – Solidarity for Liberty” at http://wp.me/p4scHf-8f.

CPAC: Roman Genn – Solidarity for Liberty

With the Paris terrorist attack fresh in our minds,[1] celebrated caricaturist and acclaimed Soviet dissident Roman Genn spoke of the nexus between courage and liberty.

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At CPAC, Genn highlighted the threat posed by both Islamic jihad and compromise with evil.[2] The truly heroic – like the cartoonists at Charlie Hebno who knowingly risked their lives in the face of death threats – should be applauded. In contrast, he noted the easy courage of some who tweet or post on Facebook anonymously, without risk, and consider themselves courageous for doing so.

Genn also criticized Republicans for compromising and failing to live up to their principles and ideals. Instead of caving in to political pressure, “It’s time for us to be Republicans first.” He emphasized, “It’s time for the Party to give us a reason to be Republicans first.”

The GOP’s tame response to appeasement[3] from the White House[4] augurs ill for America’s immediate and future safety and security.

In an interview, Genn spoke of the Paris terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo, the courage of its satirists, and the failure of the artistic community to emulate their bravery.

Calling the attack “a horrible, horrible crime,” Genn praised the victims for their courage, saying, “they had guts and they died for it. They knew what they were getting into. It wasn’t a surprise for them.”

Speaking of – and to – the artistic community, Genn said, “Unfortunately, we’re not supporting them with our art. We’ve just exhibited some demagoguery and wore some T-shirts and did some lame drawings instead of drawing Mohammed like they did,” adding that the artistic community should create Mohammed caricatures “out of solidarity with” those courageous victims.

Speaking from experience, Genn argues that lovers of liberty should never back down from tyranny or terrorism. Rather, “When things like this happen you have to show support by” doing what those heroic victims did. In doing so, we “mainstream” courage and demonstrate fearlessness.

Genn added, “Unfortunately, our cartooning community did not exhibit those principles and did not exhibit bravery that our French colleagues did.”

The same could be said for most leaders in the Western world who appease Islamists out of cowardice or fear.[5]

Audio clip: http://k003.kiwi6.com/hotlink/tnsmnr7bh7/Roman_Genn_2.mp3.

Endnotes:

[1]               See “We Are All Parisians!” at http://wp.me/p4scHf-71.

[2]               See “Obama Snubs Paris, Disses War on Terror” at http://wp.me/p4scHf-6S.

[3]               See “Root of Evil: Let’s Put ISIS on Welfare” at http://wp.me/p4scHf-7s.

[4]               See “CVE: How to Submit to Jihad” at http://wp.me/p4scHf-7x.

[5]               See “Let’s Talk ISIS Into Peace” at http://t.co/x5bJ44gBxY.