Who put these a-holes in charge?
OK, that's TOTALLY not Douglas Murray or Gatestone's header.
They are much too refined for that.
But that's the gist of it.
"...it does not matter even if Pamela Geller did wake up every morning obsessed by Islam, and the staff of Charlie Hebdo
only wake up every other morning, or once in a while, thinking about
Islam. The point is: Is what they are doing legal, and is it something
that our laws and traditions protect? The answer, in both France and
America, is " Yes."
"So from there on, it matters not a jot what political or other
leanings the publisher or promoter of a cartoon might possess, or what
his motivations for doing so might be. It is not our job to presume to
look into the hearts of people -- as self-appointed groups such as the
Southern Poverty Law Center do -- and try to divine what their
intentions are. If what they are doing is legal, we should defend them.
When people -- who seek to break not just our laws, but our customs and
our traditions of free speech -- attempt to kill those people, the
response can be only solidarity."
(Good luck with that...)
"We are no more justified in making ourselves judge and jury of a
victim or potential victim than the Islamists are justified in making
themselves the self-appointed executioners. All that does is assist them
in their task."
(I think that's what they want to do, just sayin...)