unless it's 'freedom' and 'choice' they approve of; they're about control. And the Collective.
When Zach Silk thinks about how to articulate the values of the
renovated gun movement, he uses the same words that the gun advocates
use: “Community. Safety. Responsibility. Protecting my family.” In this
redefining, he hopes to make a point. “Protection” isn’t an individual
matter (a canard in any case, because having a gun in the house makes
you exponentially less safe) in which individual patriarchs safeguard
individual offspring. “Protection” is a communitarian thing, in which
the safety of one’s own children depends on the safe habits of one’s
'What? Defend yourself from a home invader? No no, the IMPORTANT thing is that the community be safe from YOU, and that means no guns.'
Your safety, you familys' safety, doesn't mean shit to them; only the collective matters.
Anybody with doubts of what we're facing,
If you have the right to slander the Messenger of Allah, we have
the right to defend him. If it is part of your freedom of speech to
defame Muhammad it is part of our religion to fight you.
Assassinations, bombings, and acts of arson are all legitimate forms of revenge against a system that relishes the sacrilege of Islam in the name of freedom.
Anwar al-AwlakiThey think freedom of speech only allows speech they agree with, and they flat love the idea of killing anyone who disagrees. And cowards like the NYeffingTimes will help them by decreeing that exercising your freedom of speech is an incitement to these people, and insensitive, thus "Yes, you can say/write/show this, but you should not, because hurt feelings."