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Sunday, October 15, 2006 

Can the law against denial of the Turkish slaughter of Armenians jeopardize free speech?

In my previous post, I touched briefly on the French parliament's approval of a law against denying Turkey's genocide against Armenia in 1915, one of the last acts of evil perpetrated by the Ottoman empire before it broke up in the early 1920s. But now that I think of it some more, is it possible that the law could end up doing more harm than good, and even make it more difficult to combat Islamofascism effectively?

Well, now that I think of it, yes, there certainly is that danger, and considering that this is France, a country that's been victimized many times before, even by Muslim piracy in the 16th-18th centuries, that's why it probably would be better if the law were left undone. In these troubling times, it'd be very ill-advised for anyone to take steps that could actually backfire and play into the hands of the enemy in Europe, and even the United States.

The passing of the law was apparently done in order to complicate Turkey's entry into the EU, but as it so happens, Turkey shouldn't be allowed into the EU at all. They're not a trustworthy country, what with Islamofascism building up there again, and they're not really part of Europe either, one more reason why they shouldn't be allowed into the EU. In fact, it's not just Turkey that's a problem, but the EU as well, something I ought to elaborate on further in time, since the EU has maintained a lot of prejudice in its own way, with pro-Muslim immigration policies, and ought to be dismantled.

Most interestingly, as blogger Mary Stevens discovered, it was the Socialists (yes, the leftists) who insisted on pushing this bill through, and the weasely Jacques Chirac also supported it. Somehow, when thinking about how this is the party where the leading presidential candidates include a woman who's already indicated that she's on the same side as that of wretched politicians like Spain's premier Jose-Luis Rodriguez-Zapatero, who's pro-Muslim, that's why it probably would be better not to go ahead with this questionable law.

As far as I know, the law hasn't passed by the French senate yet. If not, it's probably best not to.

While we're on the subject, there's also some bad news in France: an Armenian monument was stolen in Chaville, no doubt as part of a hate crime. Simply disgusting.

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