Politically Incorrect Posters and Islam

On July 9, 2013, Munich police confiscated a poster used at a city demonstration opposing the proposed Center for Islam in Europe-Munich (Zentrum für Islam in Europa-München, or ZIE-M) due to preliminary hate speech suspicions.  The Munich confiscation raises questions about the ability to state unvarnished facts about Islam, however displeasing.    The conservative German website Politically Incorrect (PI) documented the seizure, including a video of the event.  In the video, Michael Stürzenberger, one of PI's managers and a leader in the small, anti-Islam Freedom Party (Die Freiheit) directs yet another Munich rally collecting signatures for a referendum to stop ZIE-M's construction.  Die Freiheit, PI, Stürzenberger, and ZIE-M have featured in this author's previous writings here, here, here, and here, for example.  Munich police officers then take down amidst the demonstration's assembled signs and carry away a poster with the inscription...(Read Full Post)