[Dag]. I have mailed Claude Reichman in France about the fantastic efforts that yourself, Voltaire, Rebecca and others have done.
Should anyone be interested in how the Paris event went. Please read [Dag's] blog for the report.
I sign in at jihadwatch.org as sonofwalker, a reference to a probably non-existent relationship to William Walker, 19th century filibuster. To keep things simple here I used my name in the addresses above.
I wish to thank and congratulate all who've dont their parts in thee meetings last night. We can go from here to change the whole world. It's a matter for the most part of becoming intolerant in public of Islamic madness. To sit in a public place and meet people we don't know, to say "Hey, we don't like this and it's wrong to put up with it," that is a message many people want to hear but are afraid to speak openly. If we give them a chance they will add their voices. Yes, even Muslims will come out to join us. Not all of them are insane. They as much as we deserve life rather than the small minorty of ideologues who scream and pose at any point that disagreement with their ideology is fascistic or racist. Sometimes the majority is simply right, and the leaders of our cultures are just dead wrong. Wrong is wrong, and we can say so in public.
No money for HAMAS. No putting up silently with Presbyterian ministers saying criticism of Islam is racist. No turning a blind eye to little girls mutilated by their parents. Some things are wrong. Now we can meet and say it loudly and clearly: No more Islamic madness. We've had enough.
Let's join again and add others to our list of men and women who are ready and willing to sit down and drink coffee with ech other and say no to Islam and terror.