Friday, August 17, 2007

The Protest that Was (and one that wasn't)

The mayor of Brussels spoke loudly last week when he disallowed a protest to take place in the city to denounce shari'a law. The organized protest also planned to include a moment of silence for the victims of 9-11. The mayor objected to the protest because he didn't want to upset any Muslims that might be offended.

There are apparently some types of protests that can be officially allowed in Brussels. You know the type, the ones that try and blame America for the 9-11 attacks.

From the Brussels Journal:

A far-left group of anti-American conspiracy theorists, calling itself “United for Truth” (UfT), is going to demonstrate in Brussels on 9 September. The group will march from the North Station to the South (Midi) Station in protest against "George Bush’s involvement" with the 9/11/2001 terror attacks in New York and on the Pentagon.
It is clear that it isn't the upsetting of just anyone that has made the mayor so cautious but rather the upsetting of only Muslims that has him walking on eggshells.

The mayor might as well start paying his Muslim taxes--he has already surrendered his free will.

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