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Jan 19 2012

A Day to Defend Free Expression, Feb. 11

Do you think people should be able to hold public meetings criticizing religion, without being threatened?

Do you think students should be able to post cartoons criticizing religion on their Facebook page, without being expelled?

Then support A Day to Defend Free Expression, February 11, 2012. Central London from 2-4pm, and everywhere all day on the Internet.

Maryam Namazie has the lowdown. Save the date.

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  1. 1
    StevoR : Free West Papua, free Tibet, let the Chagossians return!

    Shared on facebook – so I hope its global not just American in scope.

    Also :

    Do you think people should be able to hold public meetings criticizing religion, without being threatened?

    Do you think students should be able to post cartoons criticizing religion on their Facebook page, without being expelled?

    Really, who wouldn’t think that?

    Oh yeah, religious extremists.

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    StevoR : Free West Papua, free Tibet, let the Chagossians return!

    Slightly off topic I’m afraid but I’m looking forward to your next post on the current Republican nomination race.

    From what I understand; the situation is that santorum is surging again as Perry departs from the rear with Gingrich still behind and Mittens might have climaxed prematurely as his polls are going down already.

    IOW they remain a fairly laughable bunch of clowns.

  3. 3
    Jack Rawlinson

    This Londoner will be there.

  4. 4
    andrea

    To remain silent when one should protest makes cowards out of men.(Abraham Lincoln)

    hey, a freethought and evolution weekend with Darwin’s b-day on the 12th.

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    MisterJohnGalt

    Hopefully we’ll all also be celebrating the Citizens Union decision, the greatest blow for free speech in a hundred years.

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