Stephen Gilmour launches into attack on Felix Quigley from his bully pulpit on Radio Talk Europe, a pulpit given to him by Dublin Jewish man, one Maurice Boland, (who supports the Rauf Islamofascist Mosque on Ground Zero)
Yes Gilmour I did hear you on your awful radio show last night. You told your listeners that Isaid in an article that you Gilmour was antisemitic. Your exact words unless I was imagining.
The problem is that I never ever did say that you were antisemitic Gilmour.
So what is going on?
I would say that you are trying to divert the public from your Alex Jones/Peter Eyre/Palestine Telegraph truffer type politics and campaigns
However I would say that in the wider world, that your credibility Gilmour is just about Zero, after you announced on your 9-11 show anniversary on 10 september 2010, that no Arabs were involved in 9-11! LOL!
No Stephen Gilmour, I would say that you really have lost all credibility, and with your assertions about no Arabs being involved in 9-11 that not only you but Maurice Boland, owner of the station, leading Jewish big wig in Ireland and Spain, dhimmi, have lost all credibility. After all it is Boland´s radio station, Boland hires you, Boland pays your wages. So in the end it is Boland who is responsible for statements made by Gilmour to the effect that NO ARABS WERE INVOLVED IN 9-11
And that actually is a good thing, that both Boland and his employee Gilmour have lost all credibility.
So, Stephen Gilmour, keep on taking the tablets.
And do keep giving me free publicity Gilmour. I just love it. It is such an easy step from my name, via Google, to my site.
Not only Gilmour, Boland and their insignificant little radio station, but the big boys in the Media in Spain, in Ireland, in Britain, in Europe, are all refusing to deal with the very significant demonstration AGAINST the Rauf pro Hamas and Islamofascist Mosque on Ground Zero.
We on 4international, this website, and readers, are so happy to be associated with this great demonstration against the Mosque held on Saturday.
Just look at the pictures of this demonstration. As far as the eye can see there are people jammed on one of those wide avenues. It is one of the most stirring political events of our lives and we send our best wishes to the organizers, to the speakers including especially the Coptic Christian man (Joseph Nassralla) representing all the oppressed (by Islam) Christians of Egypt, and to every single person who turned out for that rally.
There was another rally that day, and we will on this site be looking very, very closely at that rally, because it was made up of what we on 4international call the “Fascist Left”, old Stalinists, old revisionists, old hacks!
All of these old leftist fogies, all reactionaries, all clapped out supporters of Islam, are a disgrace to the proud history of socialism, actually. Yes we will look at them and their role last Saturday in attacking the true American patriots in the demonstration organized by Geller and Spencer.
The future does not belong to them. The future belongs to the great and inspiring people, all of them, who were associated with the inspiring demonstration organized by Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer.
The following analysis by Robert Spencer of the significance of the Media Black Out of the demonstration against the Mosque follows, and in furure articles, keep tuned in, we will be examining this whole event most closely, and how this fight against the Mosque in Ground Zero is closely linked to the struggle of Israel and Jews in general to survive in the face of massive attack from Iran, from Hizbullah, from Syria, from Hamas and from the Arab League represented by the Nazi inspired Fatah
[Begin analysis of Media Blackout here]
Pamela Geller and I hosted the rally as an effort of our Freedom Defense Initiative/Stop Islamization of America organization. It featured Dutch freedom fighter Geert Wilders and video messages from the feisty former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, John Bolton, and journalistic gadfly Andrew Breitbart. Highlights of the afternoon included rousing addresses by talk radio luminaries Mike Gallagher and Steve Malzberg and Marine Corps veteran and North Carolina congressional candidate Ilario Pantano.
One might have thought that Olbermann and the other journalists who featured Nassralla’s story might have been interested in telling their audiences that the same man did not come away from the June incident believing that all mosque opponents were racists, and that he also was a featured speaker at Saturday’s rally against the mosque. But none of the mainstream media accounts of the rally mentioned Nassralla’s presence at all.
Even fewer mentioned the rally itself. When they did, they minimized the size of the crowd, and invariably stated (contrary to the testimony I heard from numerous eyewitnesses on the day itself) that the pro-mosque counter-demonstration that was going on at the same time was larger.
One would think an appearance by Europe’s most controversial politician—Wilders—and America’s most controversial journalist—Breitbart—would have been newsworthy in itself. Add in two wildly popular radio hosts—Gallagher and Malzberg – and a host of other passionate, effective speakers, and the media blackout becomes even more extraordinary. Clearly, it was agenda-driven—part of a larger ongoing effort to sway public opinion onto the side of the Ground Zero mosque.
But the rally that the mainstream media seems so determined to ignore or minimize itself shows the cracks in this edifice. There is an ever-widening gap between the goals and agenda of the political elites, and those of ordinary Americans. And Americans are becoming more aware of that widening gap. The smearing of the 70% of Americans who oppose the mega-mosque as racists and bigots reflects the increasing estrangement between the goals of the elites and those of American citizens who are being shunted aside, ridiculed and scorned.
Left without a voice in the mainstream, their voices silenced and their positions misrespresented, these Americans are increasingly seeing that “objective” journalists are anything but. Government is no better: politicians hide their corruption and statism behind populist rhetoric, and even the most daringly politically incorrect pols dare not risk standing side-by-side with too many people thus tainted, whether that taint was obtained justly or unjustly.
And so it is up to us. It’s increasingly clear in the Age of Obama that we cannot depend upon our government to defend American principles and values, and we can’t depend on the media to depict incidents fairly. We must take matters into our own hands—not in terms of vigilantism, but in regard to speaking out for those principles and values, and not resting until our voice is indeed heard. The rally and the ongoing controversy over the Ground Zero mosque show the weakness of the mainstream “politically correct” position. The mainstream media endlessly beats Americans over the head about the “moderate” Ground Zero mosque, and yet fewer people believe it than ever.
It’s a sign of hope.