I heard Pamela Geller speak in Melbourne at an international conference last year. She is quite a firecracker. Unusually, for a Jewish lady, she has a lot to say (yes I'm being sarcastic!). She is controversial in her talks, but I deeply admire her as I do Tommy Robinson (click here for my post on him) because she is an ordinary person who is doing all she can - albeit imperfectly - to fight Sharia. She places her life on the line for the cause of freedom - that I could be as brave. Geller refers to several issues such as yes, Donald Trump; the Ground Zero Mosque; freedom of speech; how she awoke to the threat of Sharia on 911 (she used to review Broadway plays); and the Garland Cartoon attacks, which I covered here. Geller speaks for 20 minutes or so. Here is her website.
Robert Spencer then speaks for 15 minutes or so. Any time Spencer speaks it is wise to listen - I happened to meet Mr Spencer at the same conference attended by Geller. He discusses threats to freedom surrounding Islam and interestingly, the co-ordinated design to break down borders and cultures - which I have touched on here; international double-standards concerning Sharia compliant Muslims and critics of Sharia; the Orlando massacre; and also yes, Donald Trump. He offers insight into Brexit and Trump's success. Spencer's website is here.
"In this Age of Absurdity let us not be absurd. And that's all we need to do to win!"
Video thanks to Vlad Tepes.
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