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I hate free speech too. (not that I support what that douchebag says)

Australia is fucked up. There is literally a Muslim no-go zone in one of their cities (at least one)...the cops WILL prevent you from walking down the street near the mosque, and they WILL arrest you if you dare to speak any type of criticism of Islam publicly. The reverse is not true, they will not arrest a Muslim anywhere for criticizing Christianity or Judaism publicly.

In short, Australia is a cuck-country.
 

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I hate free speech too. (not that I support what that douchebag says)
I don't think you read the article.
Australia is fucked up. There is literally a Muslim no-go zone in one of their cities (at least one)...the cops WILL prevent you from walking down the street near the mosque, and they WILL arrest you if you dare to speak any type of criticism of Islam publicly. The reverse is not true, they will not arrest a Muslim anywhere for criticizing Christianity or Judaism publicly.

In short, Australia is a cuck-country.
Yes, a no-go zone. They asked some nutter not to cause trouble and now it's a no-go zone. Scary Islam !! :run:
 

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I don't think you read the article.

Yes, a no-go zone. They asked some nutter not to cause trouble and now it's a no-go zone. Scary Islam !! :run:
right...a "nutter" :rolls: I love double standards too! They didn't ask her not to cause trouble. They ordered her not to go down the street, and they absolutely took away her right to free speech.
TBAKL = cuck for Islam
 

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To follow up, the nutter in question is Lauren Southern, a super edgy Canadian intellectual who likes to really stir things up. Here is her video where she goes to the scary no-go zone (which is strange because it's a no-go zone, and yet she goes :confused: )


Here is an article with a summary of the scary event where police suppressed her god-given American freedoms.


Before arriving last week, the social media provocateur said she wanted to “cause chaos” in Australia with her controversial opinions on multiculturalism and Islam.

In another video filmed while she was in Melbourne earlier in her tour schedule, Southern was met with sarcasm, indifference and confusion when she confronted Aussies on the street asking “Should we kill Lauren Southern?” in a desperate attempt to stir up outrage.

However, the interviews didn’t exactly provide her with the death threats and fireworks she was looking for.

“I don’t know who that is to be honest,” responded one of the interviewees, which became a recurring theme throughout the clip.
In conclusion, I am also super scared of Muslims so I hide in my house and never leave because sharia law.
 

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I don't think you read the article.

Yes, a no-go zone. They asked some nutter not to cause trouble and now it's a no-go zone. Scary Islam !! :run:
I admittedly did not read the article but I watched the video you posted below. Her video may have been heavily edited to create a narrative but it does seems as though the cop was telling her that her very presence would be a problem. How is walking past a mosque causing trouble, as you put it, if all the person is doing is... walking past the mosque?
 

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I admittedly did not read the article but I watched the video you posted below. Her video may have been heavily edited to create a narrative but it does seems as though the cop was telling her that her very presence would be a problem. How is walking past a mosque causing trouble, as you put it, if all the person is doing is... walking past the mosque?
I didn't put it that way, it was put that way in the article I quoted, which I will quote here again for you.
Before arriving last week, the social media provocateur said she wanted to “cause chaos” in Australia with her controversial opinions on multiculturalism and Islam.
She's just an asshole and apparently had 7 bodyguards and a camera crew with her, so yeah, people noticed her and were looking at her, which is what she wanted. The cop didn't want any trouble and told her to fuck off. I looked up that neighborhood and there are other people who wrote about it and said it's not scary at all, and there's a church nearby the mosque and it's just people going about their business. But let's turn this dumb cunt into a free speech martyr. :rolls:
 

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I didn't put it that way, it was put that way in the article I quoted, which I will quote here again for you.
Did the article also refer to her as a "nutter"? I was quoting you, which I will quote here again for you:

Yes, a no-go zone. They asked some nutter not to cause trouble and now it's a no-go zone. Scary Islam !! :run:
The article you quoted said "cause chaos" and above you used "cause trouble". Your wording in context with the article and the video you posted suggests you believe that her presence would "cause trouble". In which case my question still stands, which I will quote here again for you:

How is walking past a mosque causing trouble, as you put it, if all the person is doing is... walking past the mosque?
 

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I admittedly did not read the article but I watched the video you posted below. Her video may have been heavily edited to create a narrative but it does seems as though the cop was telling her that her very presence would be a problem. How is walking past a mosque causing trouble, as you put it, if all the person is doing is... walking past the mosque?
In the video I watched she wasn't just walking past a mosque. She wanted to go to where the mosque was with a camera crew and talk to people and criticize Islam. It's one thing to walk by something it's a completely different thing to walk to that same place and a camera and criticize it.
 

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In the video I watched she wasn't just walking past a mosque. She wanted to go to where the mosque was with a camera crew and talk to people and criticize Islam. It's one thing to walk by something it's a completely different thing to walk to that same place and a camera and criticize it.
And if that shouldn't be allowed, should we not allow people to walk near churches and criticize Christianity? Perhaps we should forbid people from going to TBAKL's neighborhood to criticize men who sweaters in May?

Also, where then is she allowed to talk to people and criticize Islam? How close is too close to the mosque? 100ft? Half a mile?

TBAKL will dismiss these question as absurd but when you start telling people "you cannot go near the mosque and criticize Islam or you'll be arrested" these are the kinds of questions that need to be answered.
 

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And if that shouldn't be allowed, should we not allow people to walk near churches and criticize Christianity? Perhaps we should forbid people from going to TBAKL's neighborhood and criticize men who sweaters in May?

Also, where then is she allowed to talk to people and criticize Islam? How close is too close to the mosque?
I personally am all for criticism. I think with out that kind of checks and balances things can get out of hand.. I was just commenting on the difference between walking by a mosque and what that woman had intended to do.
 

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I personally am all for criticism. I think with out that kind of checks and balances things can get out of hand.. I was just commenting on the difference between walking by a mosque and what that woman had intended to do.
So is the contention with her interviewing people and criticizing Islam because she is near the mosque? Again, how close is too close? And what constitutes criticism?

I think her overarching point was about the regulation of speech. Once you start regulating speech to protect people's feelings, things begin to fall apart quickly.
 

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I think her overarching point was about the regulation of speech. Once you start regulating speech to protect people's feelings, things begin to fall apart quickly.
And if she were here in America, she might have a point. Should Aus just bow down and suck her dick because she's American? Or should they be able to govern their country as they see fit?
 

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And if she were here in America, she might have a point. Should Aus just bow down and suck her dick because she's American? Or should they be able to govern their country as they see fit?
Why is the point limited to America? Regulating speech is bad regardless of the country.
 
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