12 satirical drawings, published by the danish newspaper JP, has reached worldwide attention as well as outrage, violence and condemnation in the muslim world (note: terror has not). The drawings have become a symbol of the muslim threat to free speech. Papers all over the world have re-published the drawings, politicians around the globe have expressed their support, and websites all over hyperspace use and display the images in sympathy.

Friday, March 03, 2006

Do you support freedom of speech?

Initial poll results:

Take the poll.

The initial poll presented, compared with the current poll status, reveals interesting facts.

Poll with analysis

yes 78,1%
yes, but 11,4%
no 8,09%
dont know 2,40%

Conclusion: The analysis has removed half of the "Butters" compared with the initial poll. Of this half, which has now chosen sides, 3,0% moved to enemy compared to 6,4% moving to friend.

In other words, more than 2/3 have realized the actuality and changed their conditionality to something that benefits freedom. The last third of the Butters have chosen the side of the enemy - this is good, since they are probably able to do more harm as discussers than as fighters. Some will at least claim political correctness and current trend of relativism is our greatest enemy.

This means light ahead, since it is harder to fight stupidity than terrorists.

Another noticable fact is the size of the enemy. 2 millions have visited this site. That means 160.000 barbarics against free speech actually saw the pictures of Muhammed - on this site alone. Must be tough to hate freedom, and still browse for it on the internet.

Maybe I even convinced a few islamists that they have been brainwashed.