March for Free Expression

This deserves all the attention it can get.

7 Responses to “March for Free Expression”

  1. […] (via MediaWatchWatch) Posted by Paul in UK (February 20, 2006 at 9:26 pm) […]

  2. Jensen says:

    I wish them all the best – on a peaceful and sober march.

    And I hope this march will be a great example to follow.


  3. marc says:

    But as usual, it’s in London… and it will probably attract fascists in spite of what they say. Great idea nontheless.

  4. G. Tingey says:

    The important point to get across, and one that a lot of people seem to have lost – is:
    Tolerance is NOT the same as: Respect.

    I suggest some people need to read a dictionary …

  5. jamal says:

    will ken livingstine be represented on this march?

  6. Rana says:

    “March for immorality, insulting others and spreading evilness around the world”..I’m pro freedom of speech, but please don’t use this as an excuse !

  7. Monitor says:

    There is nothing intrinsically immoral about drawing a caricature of Mohammed. There is, however, something very immoral about trying to stop someone from doing so by threatening to kill them. I think your moral sense may have been perverted by religion, Rana. You should consider dumping it.