In Boston The Liberals and mooslims (Whoops…Oxymoron) Strongarm The Dhimmi Catholics Into Canceling the Truth From Robert Spencer
Boston Globe’s Lisa Wangsness covertly agitates to strong-arm dhimmi Catholic diocese to nix Robert Spencer
This is unconscionable. Which is more egregious: the diocese caving to the same pressure that Christians, Jews, Hindus and countless others suffer all over the world, or the Boston Globe strong-arming behind the scenes to get Robert Spencer canceled? When did the Boston Globe start taking lessons from Hamas-TV? (Don’t answer that.) The enemedia has morphed into a criminal syndicate. This is a national scandal, but the American people are completely in the dark, because the enemedia controls the major flow of information. And the quislings on the right say nothing because they, too, have been cowed, which is why the right is in the dismal state it is in.
In what bizarro world is the moral high ground ceded to America’s most oppressive and subjugating influence — Islamic supremacists? Islamic supremacists, sharia enforcers and stealth jihadists (all of the same piece) silence champions of freedom, whitewash an ideology that ethnically cleanses non-Musims and secular Muslims from Muslim lands, subjugates women, and incites the most vile Jew-hatred. One single ideology that is responsible for 1,400 years of abject human misery.
And those few brave ones who speak to the good are silenced and demonized?
This is further collusion between the enemedia and islamic supremacists to destroy our First Amendment rights. The Boston Globe is not unique in this. Chicago Transit, San Francisco Transit and WMATA appear to be colluding with Hamas-CAIR to keep our ads off city buses.
People, this is not about Robert Spencer or Pamela Geller, this is about freedom. This is about you.
Catholic diocese capitulates to Islamic supremacists and Leftist media, cancels Robert Spencer conference appearanceJihadwatch, January 30, 2013
While Christians face escalating persecution from Muslims in Egypt, Nigeria, Pakistan, Malaysia, Indonesia and elsewhere, the Catholic Church temporizes, ignores the victims, and plays at “dialogue” with Islamic supremacist groups whose announced intent is to “build bridges” with non-Muslims. Such bridges are really just proselytizing mechanisms to convert them to Islam, not an attempt to engage in genuine dialogue: “The chasm between Islam and Jahiliyyah [the society of unbelievers] is great, and a bridge is not to be built across it so that the people on the two sides may mix with each other, but only so that the people of Jahiliyyah may come over to Islam.” — Sayyid Qutb, Milestones, chapter 10.
And so it was that I was scheduled to appear at a Catholic Men’s Conference in Worcester, Massachusetts on March 16, until today, when the Roman Catholic Bishop of Worcester, Robert McManus, directed that my appearance be canceled. McManus was under pressure from Islamic supremacist groups who were calling and emailing the diocese demanding that he cancel my appearance. I’ve been informed that they were asked to call the diocese and demand the cancellation by a Boston Globe reporter named Lisa J. Wangsness, who contacted me this morning and appears to have instigated the entire controversy.
This isn’t about me. Robert Spencer will eventually go away, whatever happens. Do Bishop Robert McManus and Lisa J. Wangsness, and the Roman Catholic Church and the mainstream media in general, think that when I go away, their troubles will be over? Do they think that if they make nice with Islamic supremacist groups in the U.S. that Christians will not be persecuted in Muslim countries, and that persecution will not escalate? Do they think that when all the writers and activists who are smeared as “Islamophobes” are finally silenced that a new era of peace and harmony will dawn between the West and the Muslim world?
Such an era will not dawn. When we are silenced, the troubles of the enlightened kuffar who have placed all their hopes in “dialogue” will just be beginning. But when their own turn comes, as it inevitably will, there will be no one left to speak up for them.
Here is my exchange with Lisa Wangsness of the Boston Globe: