Saturday, March 24, 2012

Lawfare-Proofing Your Utterances

The other day I covered Brooke Goldstein's treatment at the hands of the closed minds at Leeds University.

Lawfare: The War Against Free SpeechToday a reader sent me a link to Ms. Goldstein's book, not realizing we'd covered it in some detail last December. However, why not give it another go? This is an important subject for all of us.

While the Amazon site recommends her work for journalism students, it could be an indespensible guide to those of us interested in combating Islam’s lawfare, now so widespread and endlessly funded by our affection for petroleum. If nothing else the book will inform you of the hazards of speaking against this supremacist ideology, and of the limits of our First Amendment freedoms.

The Baron had one brush with this issue some years ago, but it came to nothing. However, others have been mired in that tar baby our adversaries stuck in the middle of cyberspace highway, waiting to catch the unaware. Now that Hillary Clinton is double-teaming with the OIC and promising to "shame and shun" those who say things she and the OIC find uncomfortable, it has become more important than ever to know the territory, to spot the tar babies ahead of time.

Who would’ve guessed the hazards of blogging would come to this?

Fortunately, the book is only ten dollar on Amazon sooo…we’re buying it this time around:

Lawfare: The War Against Free Speech: A First Amendment Guide for Reporting in an Age of Islamist Lawfare

You might want to consider doing the same.


Anonymous said...

Do you know this book?

"The Multiculturalism Backlash: European discourses, policies and practices", (C) 2010

Finnish lurker