Friday, October 22, 2010

More on Juan Williams Firing From NPR

NPR says analyst Williams was fired because his remarks "undermined his credibility" on NPR. Credibility my rear end. He was fired because his opinions did not jibe with the left wing agenda of this taxpayer funded propaganda machine. For years, Cokie Robertson, a relative nobody NPR analyst sat on ABC's Sunday morning talk show expressing moderately left wing opinions. So did Nina Tutenberg, an NPR analyst has long offered left-wing opinions on the show "Inside Washington", not to mention her own reporting.

Fox host Greta Van Susteren, a favorite of mine, blogged about the decision, saying the First Amendment was designed "to protect the unpopular opinion from the tyranny of the majority". I disagree with Greta on this point. I believe that this more sensible majority of the people are throwing political correctness out the window as and telling it like it is as I did when I started this blog site In 2004.

Let it be noted that Mr. Williams said he never was given the opportunity to talk face to face with his NPR bosses before he was fired. But then who in charge of NPR is going to defy billionaire left-winger George Soros?

A lot of Koran believing Muslims across the world and now forming ghettos in the U.S. are a scary lot especially if they believe the words of the Koran. "At the end of the day a traditional Muslim is doing the will of a fanatic, fundamentalist, terrorist God. The problem is not in Muslims. The problem is in their God. He is their biggest enemy. It is 1400 years they have been lied to." Quotes of a former Muslim converted to Christianity. His words echo the persecuted Dutch parliamentarian and writer, Ayaan Hirsi Ali and Geert Wilders, another Dutch parliamentarian now on trial in the Netherland for allegedly spreading hatred toward Muslims.

Recently Random House has turned down books written about the Muslim way of life especially of Muslim treatment of women and the spreading Muslim Shariah law in this country, "for fear of a possible threat from extremists Muslims and the safety and security of Random House employees".

You still can't write about the Muslim peoples 1400 year dead God, Muhammad. but our bleeding liberals can "crucify" Christ or our Christian God, over and over and no one gets fired.

Back on 9/7/07, renowned columnist, Cal Thomas wrote that "between June 2005 and June 2006 nearly 200,000 citizens left Britain for a new life elsewhere. Life in Britain had become unbearable for them. They fear the lawlessness and the threat of more terrorism from a growing Muslim population and the growing refusal of the public schools to teach history and culture of the nation to the next generation. During the same period, at least 574 immigrants came to Britain, not including the large number who broke the law to get there, or the thousands unknown to the British government."

Sound familiar? The bleeding liberals love it for now. time will tell before there will be riots again on the streets of this country. More deadly as availability and ingenuity becomes more prevalent.

Time is not on the side of people who think like black columinst, writer and talk show host, Juan Williams, and others who think and read and analze like I do.

We believe that a small group, small in the beginning, can change the world.
changes we are seeing lately, not to our liking.

2 comments:

Vonster said...

Next they'll be calling him Uncle Tom or House Nubian.

Merle Widmer said...

I didn't give credit to the JS and WSJ for much of the quoted content in this blog.

I also should add that this partially taxpayer funded news outlet competes with the private sector, a fact known for years.

Another good reason to stop funding NPR.

Williams has been given expanded time on Fox TV. I believe he asks the hard questions of O'Reilly when Bill gets off on a tangent.