Aug. 15, 2019. Pamela Geller (author, political activist and commentator) was scheduled to speak to the New York Young Republicans Club, hosted by the historic New York Women’s Republican Club in Manhattan.
Unfortunately, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), in accordance with Islamic Law, pressured the popular ticket-seller, Eventbrite, through threats and intimidation to blacklist Geller. No reservations for any Pamela Geller event would be taken – EVER – at Eventbrite. Pamela Geller, this free speech crusader, was now blacklisted at Eventbrite for LIFE.
However, even though CAIR managed to falsely accuse and convince the gullible that Geller was guilty of hate-speech, they were unable to have her talk cancelled. Despite terror-linked CAIR’s best efforts to defame Ms. Geller, freedom prevailed. The black list was an EPIC FAIL!
She’s HERE. She’s BACK. She NEVER LEFT!
Watch the video of Ms. Geller’s speech (preceded by two short intros)
Video of Pamela Geller’s Q and A. After the speech, there was an energetic Question and Answer session. Even though the audio of some of the questions might not be clear due to location of the mic, the answers from Geller are superbly loud and clear!
Referring to Geller’s awesome presentation,
“One of the best defenses of free speech I’ve seen in a long time.” [Gerard Perry]
“… it is a disgrace that organizations like EventBrite apparently take their marching orders from Islamist bullies like CAIR —spitting upon the constitution in the process. “(Ms Geller)
A reader’s comment: “Hopefully many other people will also come to understand that the “Religion of Peace” in reality is a deadly, bloodthirsty cult bent on global domination.
I would characterize this talk more as a discussion of freedom of speech than one about Islam. Islam is only mentioned because it is the most powerful- and violent- suppressor of freedom of speech in the world today.
The realized Muslim dream of an all-Islamic world would be Humanity’s worst nightmare!” [Geller Report]
(Pictures and Videos Property of Pamela Hall)