What is Zionism? It is a totalitarian, terroristic, and racist political movement that will be responsible for a holocaust of Palestinians and Muslims in this century.
What is freedom of speech? It is the greatest thing in society, and it is under attack by totalitarian leaders in both the Western world and the Islamic world.
Last month, Muslim leaders and Western-owned Arab kings converged at the United Nations and attacked freedom of speech. Qatar is even calling for an international law against blasphemy.
Blasphemy is another word for dissent. Individuals who reject religious dogma are deemed to be blasphemous by tyrants like the Emir of Qatar and the Ayatollahs of Iran. A different kind of tyranny exists in the West, where the word blasphemy is replaced with "conspiracy theory."
Remember that former president Bush told the world to "never tolerate outrageous conspiracy theories," about 9/11 in a speech given at the United Nations on November 10, 2001. President Barack Obama repeated Bush's anti-free speech statements in a speech in Cairo, Egypt on June 4, 2009.
Constitutional law professor Jonathan Turley wrote in an article last month for The Washington Post called, "Shut up and play nice: How the Western world is limiting free speech":
"Free speech is dying in the Western world. While most people still enjoy considerable freedom of expression, this right, once a near-absolute, has become less defined and less dependable for those espousing controversial social, political or religious views. The decline of free speech has come not from any single blow but rather from thousands of paper cuts of well-intentioned exceptions designed to maintain social harmony."The fact that Western, Jewish, and Muslim leaders could come together and use international law to shut down free speech and destroy the Internet is a terrifying prospect. They are enemies of critical thought, individual liberties, and free societies.
None of the world's major political, legal, educational, spiritual, and international bodies have any principles and values. America, Zionism, and Islam are all oppressive. Israel is in its own territory of tyranny, it has taken that part of the world back to 1 B.C. When they attack free speech and silence dissent, the special phrase they use is not "blasphemy," but "anti-Semitism."
Who the hell in their right mind respects the rulers of Islam, America, and Israel? No freedom-minded individual likes and admires these tyrannies.
One side in this war claims that it is dedicated to the liberation of Palestine and the other side claims that it is dedicated to the liberation of Syria, Iran, and other anti-imperialist dictatorships in the Middle East.
But the West won't bring freedom to Syria and Iran, and Islam won't bring freedom to Palestine. It doesn't matter if Islam succeeds in liberating Palestinians from Zionist rule because they'll just put spiritual and social chains on them, as Hamas, which is "a creation of Mossad," has already done.
To rational minds, Western, Jewish, and Muslim leaders all sound nuts and out of this world. America overthrew Iran's young democracy in 1953 so the last thing America wants to see in Iran is freedom and democracy. Ahmadinejad rightly expressed skepticism about the suspicious September 11 events on the floor of the United Nations but he also sincerely believes in the crazy prophecy of a "12th" Imam.
It is safe to say that none of our so-called leaders are rational. They all hate freedom of speech and believe the people's will doesn't matter. Power is everything to them.
Those of us who are pro-9/11 truth and are against political Islam are in a tough place, both ideologically and spiritually. Which side in this great war is worth defending? Which side deserves the condemnation of free thinking humanitarians?
We must defend our core values and principles. Telling big lies to start wars like the 9/11 lie must be condemned. Killing innocent people in false flag terrorist events must be condemned. Using religion to control and enslave people must be condemned. Attacking free speech must be condemned. Racist speech must be condemned.
Defending principles is not hard to do for individuals and institutions that belong to a growing global civil society. We can't make the same excuses that those in power resort to in times of confusion and crisis. We can afford to defend principles.