Incredibly ironic that, after a deadly attack against journalists (allegedly for freely expressing themselves), another journalist should be forced to apologize for expressing himself (or presumably lose his job at the International Business Times). I guess economic terrorism is okay.
Muslim Suppression of Speech – Bad. Boardroom Suppression – Okay
Here’s his original article, suggesting zionist involvement in the Charlie Hebdo attack, which is both well reasoned and just as plausible as the not yet proven theory that raging muslim fanatics did it because the magazine had been publishing offensive cartoons of the prophet for ten years (!)
Even I was unceremoniously blocked by one of my Facebook friends for pointing out that there were many irregularities apparent in the attack that wreak of a false flag attempt to enflame anti-muslim sentiment. Before he blocked me, I was told it was “incredibly irresponsible” to blame zionists for this heinous attack. It didn’t matter to him that it had already been prematurely blamed on “radical Islam” by everyone in the mainstream media when even a congressman from the house intelligence committee admitted that they simply don’t know yet who did it.
I will be “responsible” in my accusations as soon as the mainstream media is responsible in theirs.
Muslims all over the world are already feeling the backlash of the mainstream media’s “responsible” reporting.
It’s time to call a spade a spade. If freedom of speech is good for you. It’s good for me.