Corruption of Academia Update: Cyrus McGoldrick of the New York chapter of the Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) just spoke at the University of Buffalo. Apparently, from the looks of his Tweet above, he complained during his talk that “dissent is becoming criminalized.”
The irony is so thick you could cut its neck with a scimitar while shouting “Allahu akbar.” McGoldrick was referring to New York City’s surveillance of the Muslim Brotherhood-linked Muslim Students Association — a program so innocuous that even as ardent a dhimmi as New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has defended its Constitutionality and appropriateness.
In reality, no one is trying to criminalize dissent except Hamas-linked CAIR and other Islamic supremacist groups, doing the bidding of the 57-government Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), which is trying to compel Western nations to criminalize criticism of Islam, and in the meantime, Hamas-linked CAIR and other thuggish Islamic supremacist groups are doing everything they can to demonize and marginalize everyone who dares try to defend human rights against jihad and Islamic supremacism. Everywhere we speak, they do their best to get us shut down. Most recently, the Hamas-linked CAIR brownshirts strong-armed the dhimmi law firm Kramer Levin into canceling my talk on my new book, Did Muhammad Exist?, although the event will be held after all, at a different location.
So as Hamas-linked CAIR moves to crush all dissent and silence all its critics, CAIR’s McGoldrick whines about dissent being criminalized. The hypocrisy is astounding.