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Qtec
11-10-2007, 12:22 AM
web page (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/max-blumenthal/the-demons-of-david-horow_b_71441.html)

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Listening to Horowitz was like being trapped in a subway car with a raving derelict for an hour and a half. But unlike in the subway, where the transit police usually arrive to remove the derelict, the police came to Columbia to protect Horowitz from the non-existent security threat he had invoked in fundraising appeals for days leading up to his speech.

Horowitz's performance had to be seen to be believed. Luckily, despite being forbidden to film by the president of the Columbia College Republicans, my co-producer, Thomas Shomaker, and I managed to smuggle a camera into Horowitz's speech and record it all.

Take a look at our latest video, "The Demons of David Horowitz": <hr /></blockquote>

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bamadog
11-10-2007, 02:23 AM
The video is a biased and sophomoric hit piece on a courageous thinker and speaker.

LWW
11-10-2007, 04:06 AM
Dutchman, I am amazed that you can't comprehend how silly that video makes your side look.

You present a video of a moonbat trying to suppress another's free speech ... something I know your nation doesn't understand ... for telling the truth about Islamofascism.

LWW

wolfdancer
11-10-2007, 09:53 AM
I can't think of two people that deserve to be called traitors,more then these two. Horowitz, by illogically blaming the left for all things evil, is either advocating a one party system, or it's high comedy. Ann Coulter is just your average barroom bitch. That they even are allowed near a campus, to attempt to corrupt young minds with their neo-nazi invective is frightening. Both are attempting to add more fear and more hatred into the already widening gap between the two major political groups,which weakens the country even further. I'm sure they would both be happy with a modern day "Crystalnacht", a suspension of the Constitution, and a ruling elite.
Anybody that believes in these two Fascist fu*ks...I believe is also a threat to freedom in America

LWW
11-10-2007, 10:58 AM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote wolfdancer:</font><hr> I can't think of two people that deserve to be called traitors,more then these two. Horowitz, by illogically blaming the left for all things evil, is either advocating a one party system, or it's high comedy. Ann Coulter is just your average barroom bitch. That they even are allowed near a campus, to attempt to corrupt young minds with their neo-nazi invective is frightening. Both are attempting to add more fear and more hatred into the already widening gap between the two major political groups,which weakens the country even further. I'm sure they would both be happy with a modern day "Crystalnacht", a suspension of the Constitution, and a ruling elite.
Anybody that believes in these two Fascist fu*ks...I believe is also a threat to freedom in America
<hr /></blockquote>
You prove again that you become what you fear most.

LWW

bamadog
11-10-2007, 01:15 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote wolfdancer:</font><hr> I can't think of two people that deserve to be called traitors,more then these two. Horowitz, by illogically blaming the left for all things evil, is either advocating a one party system, or it's high comedy. Ann Coulter is just your average barroom bitch. That they even are allowed near a campus, to attempt to corrupt young minds with their neo-nazi invective is frightening. Both are attempting to add more fear and more hatred into the already widening gap between the two major political groups,which weakens the country even further. I'm sure they would both be happy with a modern day "Crystalnacht", a suspension of the Constitution, and a ruling elite.
Anybody that believes in these two Fascist fu*ks...I believe is also a threat to freedom in America
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They are both regularly shouted down on college campuses by the tolerant, free speech-loving liberal students. Though Academia claims to love and revere diversity, it embraces only diversity of color, gender, ethnicity. It actually abhors diversity of thought.
Your assertion that being able to express one's view point "weakens the country even further", is, in itself, a fascist view point.

Drop1
11-10-2007, 01:17 PM
I'm amazed you would participate in violating the rights of privacy,of a person you do not agree with. Now tell me,what makes you different than GWB? Read the obituary of Norman Mailer,in "The Los Angeles Times,"and learn.

LWW
11-10-2007, 04:28 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote bamadog:</font><hr> <blockquote><font class="small">Quote wolfdancer:</font><hr> I can't think of two people that deserve to be called traitors,more then these two. Horowitz, by illogically blaming the left for all things evil, is either advocating a one party system, or it's high comedy. Ann Coulter is just your average barroom bitch. That they even are allowed near a campus, to attempt to corrupt young minds with their neo-nazi invective is frightening. Both are attempting to add more fear and more hatred into the already widening gap between the two major political groups,which weakens the country even further. I'm sure they would both be happy with a modern day "Crystalnacht", a suspension of the Constitution, and a ruling elite.
Anybody that believes in these two Fascist fu*ks...I believe is also a threat to freedom in America
<hr /></blockquote>

They are both regularly shouted down on college campuses by the tolerant, free speech-loving liberal students. Though Academia claims to love and revere diversity, it embraces only diversity of color, gender, ethnicity. It actually abhors diversity of thought.
Your assertion that being able to express one's view point "weakens the country even further", is, in itself, a fascist view point. <hr /></blockquote>
Dawg, the Bolsheviks and the National Socialists all started out with wild eyed doublethinking sheeple that would first shout down the opposition. This was followed both times with silencing dissent in the media ... "FAIRNESS DOCTRINE" sound familiar? ... which was then followed in both cases by oppression and the end of what liberty they had.

The neoleft moonbats are generally well intentioned fools who will trade us into political oppression in order to think they won an argument.

LWW

Qtec
11-10-2007, 09:27 PM
Is this sarcasim?
Violating what rights?
The guys [above this post] are complaining that the Left won't let him be heard. A Jewish progressive shows a 4 min clip from a 2 hour demented rant for H and its violating his rights?

Max B has, has shown thru his videos, Horowitz [ and others like him eg DeLay etc] to be exactly what they are- extremists.

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Qtec
11-10-2007, 10:17 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote wolfdancer:</font><hr> I can't think of two people that deserve to be called traitors,more then these two. Horowitz, by illogically blaming the left for all things evil, is either advocating a one party system, or it's high comedy. Ann Coulter is just your average barroom bitch. That they even are allowed near a campus, to attempt to corrupt young minds with their neo-nazi invective is frightening. Both are attempting to add more fear and more hatred into the already widening gap between the two major political groups,which weakens the country even further. I'm sure they would both be happy with a modern day "Crystalnacht", a suspension of the Constitution, and a ruling elite.
Anybody that believes in these two Fascist fu*ks...I believe is also a threat to freedom in America
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Tap Tap Tap.
Thats it exactly.They don't want to unite, they want to divide and rule.
I thought that America was the home of the brave but when you look at todays Republican politicians, they are a bunch of pussies who quiver at the sight of an Arabian carpet and try to scare the less informed population with their lies.

There was a company recently who wanted to give the WHOLE of America FREE broadband. They were denied. Make sense?

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FCC Denies M2Z's Free Broadband Plan
Thanks, but no thanks...
09:56AM Monday Sep 03 2007 by Karl
tags: fcc · business · wireless · alternatives · bandwidth
As rumored on Friday, the FCC has denied a request by M2Z networks that would have offered free nationwide broadband using a 20MHz chunk of unused spectrum in the 2GHz band. The plan called for the government to provide the spectrum free in exchange for 5% of the company's revenue. The company promised to offer 384kbps free service and a $20-$30 3Mbps tier to 95% of the country in ten years.

The FCC knocked the relatively slow speed of the free tier, while hinting that it likely wouldn't even be considered broadband under a new law that would raise the current benchmark from 200kbps to 2Mbps. In its official statement (pdf), the FCC also had this to say:
"In addition, we also note that the construction benchmarks proposed by M2Z are not particularly aggressive and are misleading as far as the actual extent of their coverage. As a result, we find that M2Z’s proposal does not serve the public interest,and in fact, that granting its application would prevent, rather than facilitate, widespread broadband deployment."
The company had been complaining that the FCC was slow to act on their request out of loyalty to incumbent wireless broadband operators. <hr /></blockquote> web page (http://www.dslreports.com/shownews/FCC-Denies-M2Zs-Free-Broadband-Plan-87204)

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How many people know that they were denied free internet because it was not in their interest?
I wonder how many people [ if actually asked!] would refuse a free internet connection that's at least 6 times faster than dial-up ?

AT&amp;T allowed the Govt to monitor ALL internet traffic, emails, phonecalls without a warrant. Don't they have a big chunk of the present market?
web page (http://www.crooksandliars.com/2007/11/08/countdown-att-whistleblower-speaks-out-against-immunity-for-telcoms/)


We have already seen how the reps are now attacking websites and blogs that provide the news that Fox doesn't report.




I digress.

Great post Wolf.

Q .......

bamadog
11-11-2007, 11:38 AM
Are you aware that Horowitz has been shouted down on college campuses MANY times?
Recently he was shouted down at Emory by Leftist students.
Unlike Holland, our Constitution guarantees our right to free speech. But the left has interpreted that to include only speech that agrees with their position. All other views are "hate" speech and must be stamped out.

wolfdancer
11-11-2007, 11:55 AM
Damn,I got AT&amp;T for my cell phone service...
It's really been odd since they took it back over....I hear strange noises in the background, and I'm plagued by dropped calls.....even had the phone checked and the chip replaced.
The right here must have turned me in...and it's all the monitoring devices that are causing the interference.
I think SF was going to provide free broadband...not sure what happened, but it only takes a few shekels placed in the hands of the "right" politician...to shelf any proposal like that.

Drop1
11-11-2007, 03:22 PM
Q, you do what you are comfortable with,and I will say what I'm comfortable with. We have limited freedom of speech,and should have the right to some form of limited privacy. As a young man,I spoke out against the House Un American Activity Committee,"before the "Open Forum" in Los Angeles,and I was asked to leave more than one Campus for confrontational actions for the right to have an open society,with respect for our Constitutional rights. I know now those rights no longer exist,the ax fell,when Bobby Kennedy ordered the wire tapping of Martin Luther King.

Qtec
11-11-2007, 08:22 PM
web page (http://emorywheel.com/special/Horowitz/)
As you can see on this page, many Liberals do not condone these actions.
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To the editor:

Wednesday night, I was ashamed. Ashamed of Emory University, ashamed of the Atlantans, but most of all, ashamed of American civility. I consider myself one of the most liberal people around, but Wednesday, for the first time in my life, I was embarrassed to call myself a liberal.

After witnessing the events at David Horowitz’s lecture, I finally understand why liberals have such a bad name in so many circles. We were sometimes associated with the words “crazy” and “ignorant,” but I never took the accusations seriously. Now I realize why we have this horrible reputation, and frankly, at this point, I don’t disagree with the people who say these things.
David Horowitz, a speaker for Islamo-Fascism Awareness week, came to Emory to share his views. But he was unable to do so because of the outrageous and uncalled-for remarks of my liberal “friends.”

So many individuals who belong to the same party I adhere to embarrassed themselves tonight. Yes, Horowitz has completely backward views, but does that deny him the right to freedom of speech? We, who pride ourselves on democracy and the Bill of Rights, ran a man out of a room simply because we did not agree with what he had to say.

For those of you who came to actually hear Horowitz speak two nights ago, I am truly sorry. It shouldn’t matter what party or point of view a speaker represents. If David Horowitz isn’t allowed the right to express his opinion, why should Dennis Kucinich? Or for that matter, why should anyone?

Elizabeth Janszky
Class of 2011 <hr /></blockquote>

IMO, if you don't want to hear what the guy has to say then don't go to the lecture!
If H was out on the street preaching from a soap box then he is fair game but in this case its well out of order.

Q.....here is the Emory incident captured on cellphone video. web page (http://decaturite.wordpress.com/2007/11/04/emory-horowitz-video-online/)

wolfdancer
11-11-2007, 09:59 PM
Q, I almost took a job at Emory University....took and passed the test for Campus policeman, but same day passed the test for Decatur County fireman...and elected to do that instead.
I could have been beating up them protesters, legally all them years....

Qtec
11-11-2007, 10:38 PM
Wow! What a will power! Giving up the chance to slap a few irritating snott-a$$- know-it-alls?
Hat off to you. LOL /ccboard/images/graemlins/grin.gif

Q /ccboard/images/graemlins/laugh.gif

bamadog
11-11-2007, 11:06 PM
Thank you for posting the video which dramatically shows what the free interchange of ideas looks like in leftist controlled academia.

LWW
11-12-2007, 04:10 AM
And the idea that it is a limited 1 time case is ridiculous.

LWW