At last I have found time to watch this and I found it biting and thought provoking. Although I disagre that all religions are the fountain of hatred (christianity certainly was but that has now passed) his attack on those (including our glorious leaders) that oppose the free expression of thought, with the gross pretext of defending the vulnerable was spot on. The Public Order Act of 1988 is a prime example of that pernicous (and it must be said, Leftist) policy of restricting freedom to protect thsoe who want to abolish freedom, the Act that made it a criminal offence to insult or criticise Islam, because the practioners of Islam were not protected by the anti-racism laws!
Well, this isn't a joke but I wonder if anyone else had the same reaction as me to the front cover cartoon that appeared on Charlie Hebdo after the atrocity.
It was a pic of Muhammad saying "tout est pardonné". Well, he would, wouldn't he, forgive muslims murdering infidels, given his own propensity to bloodthirsty violence? Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
Surely one thing we all know about Islam, compared to say, Christianity, is that it does not preach forgiveness or turning the other cheek.
Just a thought, pippop!
I think Charlie Hebdo's opos were still well ahead of the game, myself.