UC Irvine Starts Trouble

…or has it. I’m not quite sure which.

A student panel discussion that included a display of the Prophet Muhammad cartoons descended into chaos, with one speaker calling Islam an “evil religion” and audience members nearly coming to blows.
Organizers of Tuesday night’s forum at the University of California, Irvine said they showed the cartoons as part of a larger debate on Islamic extremism.
But several hundred protesters, including members of the Muslim Student Union, argued the event was the equivalent of hate speech disguised as freedom of expression.

Why is any display and discussion of Islamofascist repression considered “hate speech’? (And do all these guys write the same, or is there a protest sign factory they order this sh*t from?)

2 Responses to “UC Irvine Starts Trouble”

  1. Ken Summers says:

    Well, the Reverend Jesse did go a bit overboard with his characterization of “all Muslims” hating America (a bit out of character for him, from what I’ve heard of him). But otherwise it’s pretty typical college lefty crap: discussion = “hate speech”.

  2. Mr. Bingley says:

    Man, i really really hate all this ‘hate speech’ stuff.

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