Juan Williams and Freedom of Speech

NPR has terminated its contract with Juan Williams, after he made comments about Muslims on the Fox News Channel.

Watch please..it’s only a couple of minutes sweet friends:

It should be noted that the Council for American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) sent around a press release on Wednesday afternoon.

CAIR National Executive Director Nihad Awad called for action against Williams: “Such irresponsible and inflammatory comments would not be tolerated if they targeted any other racial, ethnic or religious minority, and they should not pass without action by NPR.”

The New York Times somehow omitted CAIR from its Juan-is-gone story.

Saying that Muslims scare you after 9/11 or the failed Christmas Day bombing over Detroit is apparently “inconsistent” with and intolerable of NPR’s editorial standards.

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Actually Terrorist CAIR is the one who needs to be “removed.”

So now wer’e told what we are allowed to “feel” by terrorist CAIR?!
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Are we all CRAZY ON A PLANE for suspecting the USUAL SUSPECTS?plane2

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Tell ya what.

To prove that we’re not bigots and certainly not suspicious of Muzlims, the TSA should just exempt ALL Muzlims from security checkpoints at airports. You know to show the shoe bomber and Christmas bomber and Arafat and his gang and the Sept 11th hijackers jus how much we ‘trust’ them.

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The rest of us infidels will just continue to line up for our “ritual humiliation.”

But….Uh oh. Someone dared deviate a tad from the Islamo-Nazi Party Line of Liberalism. Poof. He’s gone.tombstone1

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Oh, and by the way, the good ole NPR, claims to be a non-profit, network in the public interest, but whaddya know.

They routinely host Izlamo-Nazis.

They masquerade as objective, like all Libs, but hey..not when it comes to Izlam and the enemies of America, Israel or the West.

They regularly broadcast the (imaginary) suffering of the Pale-stinians..but did they once comment on rockets fired by Arab Muzlims at innocent women and children who happen to be Jews?

Hell no. Their top notch broadcasters are self-hating Jews.

Ya think this fiasco will make Mr. Williams realize what cowardice, hypocrites his liberal cronies are?

Free Speech? Ha.

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The ahem “Truth” about the 9/11 terrorists:

-They almost all came from the not so Magic Kingdom: Saudi Arabia

-They were either middle class or upper class

-They did it for religious reasons…that’s right Alluha Akkbar and all that….

-They were all..um…err…oh yea……. Muzlim.

But..shhhhh. Dare not utter this in public.
Get suited up with yer Dhimmi outfuts my dears.

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Media :”FAIR AND BALANCED” my tuchus.

“Most people, sometime in their lives, stumble across truth. Most jump up, brush themselves off, and hurry on about their business as if nothing had happened.”
Winston Churchill

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27 Responses to “Juan Williams and Freedom of Speech”

  1. Fredd says:

    I like Juan Williams, to a point. He’s reasonable (to a point), fair minded (to a point) but definitely likeable. That said, he’s still a liberal. No, he’s not even close to what we all would like to call an independent or moderate, he’s a liberal, period.

    His openess to reason and to a fair minded discussion was his undoing at PBS. They, of course, are raging liberals, and accordingly have political correctness as one of their sacraments. PC is meant to shut down the argument, and as such must be held as sacrosanct in their dogma. Juan wandered off the reservation when he spoke up against political correctness.

    It’s much the same as the CEO of Burger King giving kudos to the vegans at PETA: that kind of stuff goes over like a lead balloon with fanatics like the folks at PBS. Juan had to go as a matter of principle with those pinkos.

    Again, I still like the guy regardless. Looks like he’ll have a bit more time on his hands now to put in at Fox News….

  2. Leticia says:

    Angel, looks like we are all posting about this. I actually liked the guy and at times I may have vehemently disagreed with him, but he should not have been fired.

    NPR where is your tolerance?

  3. Bob Mack says:

    Never thought I’d be defending ol’ JW. He shoulda known that the left always eats its young. Time to take the “P” out of NPR…

  4. KarL M says:

    Please someone put out a list of things politically incorrect to fear..so we will know to control ourselves…
    I know …
    Achluophobia- Fear of darkness has been eliminated for obvious reasons…
    Agateophobia- Fear of insanity…gone, don’t want to discriminate there..
    Agrizoophobia- Fear of wild animals..PETA all over this one..poor animals.
    Alektorophobia- Fear of chickens..so they came before the egg…big deal.
    I could go on for ever here, but you get the point…don’t you…
    Panophobia or Pantophobia- Fear of everything….
    and my favorite…
    Phobophobia- Fear of phobias
    Guess what :the guy blowing up my plane, him i am worried about…
    so sue me..

  5. proof says:

    He’s wrong on many things, but he’s more honest than most liberals. Of course NPR thought he had to go!

  6. William Stout says:

    Political correctness is nothing more than a method of suppressing the free interchange of ideas. By making an example of Williams NPR teaches its staff and by default all media people, the consequences for speaking your mind. No man can call himself free when he is unable to express his thoughts without fear of reprisal. What Mr. Williams said was not racial or bigoted, but only human. NPR acted in the manner prescribed by all tyrants when confronted with free thought, they terminated him.

    Had Mr. Williams been a resident of another nation his termination would possibly have been more literal. This is the world that the left is forcing us into and Mr. Williams case is yet another example of why we must fight. Otherwise we may very well find ourselves in Mr. Williams shoes.

  7. jadedfellow says:

    Juan who?

    NPR what?

    They both need to listen and understand,

    David Nail, At A Red Light.

  8. Christopher says:

    Once the People take our Nation back, NPR is just one more thing to repeal.

  9. tha malcontent says:

    The biggest joke about all this was the HYPOCRISY from Whoopie Goldberg, saying that she supports Juan Williams and has called his firing “Ridiculous”. But she raved and ranted and walked off the set when Bill O’Reilly said almost the same thing. They both made similar Muslim comments, and yet she supported the black guy and called Bill O’Reilly’s comment Bull-Shit! Could it be that she’s backing him because she likes his skin color? Surprise, Surprise!

  10. Boogie says:

    This is a popular subject, as well it should be. It exposes the hypocrisy of the left for all to see…although, I must say, if you haven’t noticed the hypocrisy of the left yet, it’s more a matter of willful ignorance than anything else.

    What I hope, more than anything else, is that this entire episode makes somebody like Juan Williams go “hey, all I do I talk on Fox News sometimes, and they threw me to the dogs. Maybe these hopey-changey libs aren’t all they’re cracked up to be.”

    The 21st Century Democratic Party, and all the liberal organizations, are beholden to the extreme left wing of the party (and no, you can’t say the same thing about the Republicans, so don’t even go there). People like Williams, Pat Caddell, Douch Schoen, etc., while still liberals, aren’t crazy like the KosKids and the HuffPo bunch, and therefore get ostracized. And the pet of the modern American Left (for reasons I don’t understand, other than “the enemy of my enemy is my friend”) is Islam. Christians can and have been slammed by NPR analysts, but God forbid Juan Williams say somebody being overbearing in identifying themselves with Islam make him nervous in an airport. I can guarantee you he wouldn’t have been criticized for saying “I wouldn’t want to sit next to somebody reading their Bible and listening to Third Day on their iPod all through an airplane ride.”

  11. Carol-Christian Soldier says:

    isn’t it time fore us in the US to demand that our tax $$$ fund Constitutionally sanctioned out-lays!???–
    NPR-NEA-PBS -all taxpayer funded – non Constitutional bureaucratic- entities-must be eliminated..
    C-CS

  12. Carol-Christian Soldier says:

    …for us in the US…

    C-CS

  13. Teresa says:

    Juan Williams is one of the few liberals I respect. I have a feeling this is just the beginning of him turning conservative. NPR is a bed of progressivism, is the thought police, and deserves to be defunded.

  14. The Conservative Lady says:

    Brett Baier held a poll on his show last night and 88% of the respondents feel the same way as Juan Williams.
    Taxpayer funding of NPR must end NOW.

  15. KingShamus says:

    Defund NPR and PBS.

    Screw these anti-free speech douchetards.

  16. Joe says:

    I doubt that this will turn JW into a conservative, but he is honest and will see that his former image of conservatives is incorrect (which he has already expressed). Although we could use a man of his integrity on our side, that is not likely to happen.

    Nevertheless, NPR’s rationale for firing him is so transparent it is like no barrier at all, glass or otherwise. They are the definition of fools and should be defunded.

  17. Brooke says:

    I fully object to any tax dollars going to leftist NPR.

    Another great rant, as always. :)

  18. Always On Watch says:

    One would think that the firing of Juan Williams would alarm many in the press — both left and right.

    We’ll see.

  19. tapline says:

    Angel, Great Post, as usual…..Poor Juan, We all know he is a liberal, but to suffer the fate of a conservative for uttering the truth??? me thinks there’s more at work than than what he said,,Me thinks, others are uttering some words, like He works for fox,,,He’s not one of us,,,,,stay well…..

  20. Subvet says:

    So now Williams becomes an unperson? Bound in chains and cast into the outer darkness of our political universe?

    Somehow I don’t think this is the end of things like this. Life is going to get a lot more interesting before things get better.

  21. Roadhouse says:

    I’ve met Juan personally. Despite being afflicted with liberalism, he’s a very cool guy. Please check out my post about him on my blog.

  22. Kid says:

    You can’t make people like 3rd century barbarians.

  23. Gramma2many says:

    We were at some friends house tonight. Most of the people in the dinner party were Iranian Christians. We watched a video about Islam. Thought of you while I was watching it. I asked our host if he could get me a copy or two. If he does, I want to send you one. If I get a copy, I will let you know and perhaps you can tell me how to get it to you. The host was raised as a Muslim in Iran. Today, he preaches the Gospel to the Arab world via internet. He is an amazing man with so much knowledge. I could listen to him speak for hours. We just do not recognize the danger we are in. At all.
    Have a blessed weekend and stay vigilant my friend!

  24. Matt says:

    Yup, NPR is biased, it’s been for as long as I remember. You can’t expect such an organization to behave honorably.

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  26. cube says:

    I never agreed with Juan until NPR took a royal $**t on him. He’s growing on me as a person, but I still can’t agree with the majority of his views. Still, he was given a bully pulpit on FOX, as are many democrats, and this is counter to the NPR Ministry of Truth approach. Go figure.

  27. Diane says:

    Do any of you people who call NPR liberal actually listen to the many educational programs they offer. Because, you could obviously use a little educating. Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me — Car Talk — yes, these programs must be SO partisan.