Thursday, March 3, 2011

Harding Speaks

Christine Williams interviews Mark Harding, the mild-mannered fellow whose warnings about Islam's violent designs on the planet were construed as "hate speech" in a pre-9/11 world. Harding was made to feel the full force of the law for his warnings (which turned out to be prophecies, really), and, to add to the travesty of justice, he even had to endure a stint of "reeducation" under the auspices of Muslim Bro affiliate ISNA, where he was sent to perform "community service." (In what can only be described as halal just desserts, the imam in charge of the "reeducation" has recently been accused of putting his hand in the old ISNA cookie jar and helping himself to lots of "charity" shekels.)

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