This last posting by Jeff is sad, but he has a good recommendation, one that our diligent readers may follow up:
|After much contemplation, I have decided to discontinue posting at Geopolitical Review. The decision is not easy, but given my obligations outside of this website (primarily law school), it is necessary. The domain name was recently renewed, so all of the previous postings will remain for quite some time. It has been a fun and eventful 2+ years writing here, and perhaps someday I will return. But for now, all postings will cease. Thank you to all who regularly visited the website, Brad, who helped carry the load, and especially those whom I personally corresponded with over the last few years.|
|I can't, however, resist making one last comment. As some of you may already know, the Danish Government is under incredible international pressure from Islamic dictatorships, the morally bankrupt United Nations, and even some in the European Union to sanction, or at least denounce, freedom of speech in Denmark. This controversy arose out of the publication of twelve cartoons of the prophet Muhammad in a Danish newspaper, something which is forbidden by Islam. (Background info on the controversy can be found here.)|
|As a show of support for freedom of speech in Europe, Denmark, and the world in general, I urge all of you to send a quick note to your Danish embassy and let them know that you support their refusal to give into pressure from dictatorships and Western appeasers. (Contact information for their Embassy in Washington, DC can be found here.) It is a small gesture, but one that I'm sure will be appreciated by our staunch Danish allies. Thank you, and take care.|
Come by and leave a comment if you have time.
By the way, does the fact that your domain name has been renewed mean that you might be back after law school slavery is done?
I'm sure many of our readers are weary of our coverage of the Danish freedom of speech issue. But except for Brussels Journal it's being ignored. Meanwhile, Danish imams are traveling through the Middle East continuing their God-given right of taqiyya. Amazing, Danes aren't permitted to tell the truth according to their lights, but Muslims can lie like rugs all day long and it represents virtue according to the hadiths on the subject. What an immoral sinkhole of "theology" that is.