—make of it what you may.

Your call.

And if you live in New Zealand (Free Speech! Yay!) right now you wouldn’t dare Freely Speak your mind …

skull & bones

Not twice …

Anyway, your quote—

down there

“Around three years ago I became something I never thought I would become—an apostate. After many years of debating, questioning, researching and even defending Islam, I left it.

It was a tough decision that rocked me to my core and left me in a state of intellectual and existential upheaval. But fortunately, I belonged to a loving and decent family who despite their commitment to Islam, would never use violence against me. I was also fortunate enough to live in the UK, a country with no apostasy laws.

“There is no compulsion in religion” (Quran 2:256) is a categorical verse that one would think allows for freedom of religion. But this is not the case, as there are thirteen countries in the world that punish citizens for apostasy with death, all of which are of a Muslim majority.3 There are a minority of Islamic scholars and speakers who do not advocate for apostasy punishments, but their voices are often drowned out by the more well-funded and literalist speakers who peddle a brand of Islam heavily influenced by Saudi Arabia’s Wahabi ideology. Depending on your familial situation and the country in which you reside, leaving Islam can be either a life-altering or life-threatening decision.”

sourced:  CLICK HERE

—well now. Is this the voice of one who has been there; walked the walk and talked the talk?

Don’t ask me—I’m just a dog. (You know, “woof woof” … dumb animal.)

Go ask a kiwi politician, person in the street, or otherwise indoctrinee with the requisite black belt in Social Compliance.


may have thought he was doing the world a favour by killing fifty muslims innocently doing their thing in God’s own House—but in this extremely sheepine country he was actually doing their cause a truly massive long-term favour.

The Law of unintended consequences. (Again, don’t ask me—I’m still only a dog.)

So let’s hear it for Free Speech and Democracy—


—if you actually believe in that placebo.

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