Robert Spencer on the Helen Glover Show: Worcester and the war on free speech
Posted by Robert on February 8, 2013 7:43 AM
Yesterday I was on the Helen Glover show on WHJJ discussing the diocese of Worcester's capitulation to Islamic supremacists in canceling my talk there scheduled for March 16. You can listen  here.
And here is the  petition that is circulating asking Bishop McManus to allow me to speak after all.
Meanwhile, after seeing the Chesterton video I posted  here yesterday, Andrew Bostom sent me this quote from Chesterton on Islam. comparing it to nascent Bolshevism/Communism, from Andy's essay  here:
G.K. Chesterton, circa 1920, offered these penetrating insights on religious tolerance which remain apposite more than 90 years later:Now a man preaching what he thinks is a platitude is far more intolerant than a man preaching what he admits is a paradox. It was exactly because it seemed self-evident, to Moslems as to Bolshevists, that their simple creed was suited to everybody, that they wished in that particular sweeping fashion to impose it on everybody…Those who complain of our creeds as elaborate often forget that the elaborate Western creeds have produced the elaborate Western constitutions; and that they are elaborate because they are emancipated.
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