Tag Archives: Free speech

The left are against free speech

I’m no fan of UKIP but instead of blockading UKIPs Rotherham office and trying to stifle Free Speech and Open Debate, would Hope not Hate and co not have used their anger in a better way, by blockading Rotherham Council … Continue reading

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UK must act to free Raif Badawi

Today, Saudi Arabia once again flogged blogger Raif 50 times in public, after Friday prayers. It has been three weeks since he was first beaten, but despite state visits to Saudi Arabia and international outcry, the UK government has failed … Continue reading

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Blogging is Bad for your Back

‘Raif told me he is in a lot of pain. He said that when he was being flogged he took the pain silently and rose above it, so that history will know that he did not react to their punishment. … Continue reading

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The Right to Talking Squit.

James Spencer, after he informed us that he voted for the party that not only wants the country to do something akin to breaking with Rome but also have a policy akin to the desolation of the monasteries, (I wonder … Continue reading

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The Sochi Olympics’ first Prisoner of Conscience

‘Swearing at a bus stop’. This is the charge that landed environmental activist Yevgeny Vitishko with a 15-day prison sentence on Monday, after his arrest near the Winter Olympics host city of Sochi, in southern Russia. Yevgeny has previously been … Continue reading

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Lord Leveson proves Andrew Gove’s point

Lord Justice Leveson phoned Whitehall’s most senior mandarin and demanded that Education Secretary Michael Gove should be gaged after Michael gove claimed that the inquiry had created a ‘chilling atmosphere’ towards freedom of speech. In the angry call to Cabinet … Continue reading

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