I'm not sure if this is the right forum to post this, but I am going to put it in here because of it's relevance to the war on terrorism and it's
subsequent use of the religious terminology which was used by authorities to ascertain information on criminal subjects...please move to adequate
forum if needed.
Religious intolerance has already began through a Resolution adopted by the United Nations Human Rights
on March 26, 2011.
Basically the UN has outlawed speech that would portray or depict a specific Faith as being complicit in ideals formed from the beliefs...so, if a
particular group or affiliate of said group, commits criminal offenses, in the name of it's belief, then the person can be convicted, but religious
rule stands, and cannot be touched.
No Blasphemy allowed
This resolution has also been adopted by the United States by revising it's codes on how Security Apparatus and personnel in the US define possible
National Security threats by revising it's literature.
UN adopts resolution on religious
The article I am quoting below is from February 16, 2011...in which Director of National Intelligence James Clapper describes the evolution of Al -
Qaeda, and uses proverbial language defamating Islam. This particular type of speech has been outlawed by the UN and the US, along with other
During his testimony, Clapper stated that al-Qaeda’s ability to perpetrate large-scale terrorism attacks -- such as the September 11, 2001,
attacks -- is weaker than it was in past years thanks to US operations stateside and abroad against Islamic extremists.
So in the near future the context of using a particular religion in defining threats has been downgraded...how is this going to help America or the
world for that matter in it's battle against individuals who use religion to wage war...looks like the cloaking device has been put on for the
This could be a dangerous precedent, because this will put Free Speech in America under Religious Law...This will now put America under Sharia Law.
US meets with Muslim countries
that want to ban Free Speech in America
The State Dept., Islam, and Freedom of
State Dept. aims to denounce '
Offensive Speech' while upholding Free Expression
edit on 21-12-2011 by Daedal because: Edit