*Note: Some of the images in this video are mildly offensive, and the language used by the Muslims is filthy. You may have to sign into YouTube to watch this.
1 - Lars Vilks attempts to show a film (yes, it was offensive; no, it wasn't pornography)2 - 20 seconds into the film, a Muslim yells "Stop the Film!"3 - 8 seconds later, some kid flies over the desk and attacks Vilks4- All chaos breaks loose, greeted by Muslims cheering "Allahu Akbar!"5 - At the 3:55 mark, a man says "I said 'stop the film', and you didn't stop it!"6 - Muslims greet this by cheering "Muhammad! Muhammad!"7 - At 5 minutes, the man is still asking "Why didn't you stop the film?" to which the cop responds "I'll explain that later"8 - At 5:20, the Muslims start saying "We pay taxes, Sweden is our country, why didn't you stop the film? If you stopped the film, this wouldn't have happened!"9 - At the 6 minute mark, Muslims start saying to security "If you draw your gun, we'll report you!" People continue yelling insults and being aggressive towards the security.10 - At the 7:20 mark, the first and only rational Muslim voice speaks up and says "No aggression towards the police, respect the cops, they are here to do their jobs.11 - At the 8:45 mark, an official gets up and says they will stop showing the film due to security reasons.12 - Muslims burst into celebration over their victory13 - At 9:15, a lone voice speaks up and says to the crowd that they are compromising free speech14 - Immediately, the Muslim crowd is riled up in anger over this proclamation15 - Everyone is dismissed16 - People exit the room amidst chants of the Shahada.
I want to call your attention to some of the things that happened here. First, note how the Muslim man in the audience think his voice is enough to dictate what everyone else does. He thinks simply by saying "Stop the film!" the whole auditorium should fall in line with his sentiment. This is exactly what we see in the world; a handful of Muslims would seek to change the practices of a nation, and they really feel like it's their God-given right, completely ignoring the fact that their whims are not any more important than anyone else's.
Then, violence and chaos break out, and the Muslims are ecstatic that they were able to interrupt the film by one means or another. This is what happened with the Danish cartoonists a few years ago, it's what is happened with Theo Van Gogh, it's what they're trying to do to Molly Norris, and it's what they're doing to Lars Vilks.
Not too long after, the Muslims start saying "This is our country - you must listen to us!" Yes, you've come to the country, but as long as you keep fighting the principles it stands for (i.e. free speech), then it's not your country. No one there should listen to you.
Another scary parallel, the Muslims then say "If you had listened to us", that is, if the security had appeased them by caving in and cutting off the film, "If you had listened to us, this wouldn't have happened!" Notice, the Muslims are blaming their insufferable actions of violence and chaosmongering on someone else, namely security. They know what they've done is bad, they just transpose the blame onto someone else. That's exactly how the Muslim world intimidates others into changing their behavior: "If you don't change, the death of those who receive our wrath will be your fault!" It's like they're the school bullies, pushing people around to boost their egos and their power.
Then, to further bully the security, a man says "If you draw your gun, I'll report you!" Notice again how blame is being shifted on others, people who are trying to keep the peace. That is exactly what happens when I, or David, or any other poster on this blog tries to point out what the Muslims are doing. The Muslims respond by saying we are the ones to blame! The same goes for Geert Wilders, Pam Geller, Robert Spencer, and anyone who tries to stand in the way of Muslims who go too far - they all get called out as if they are the bad guys.
Then, when everything is thoroughly out of hand, one Muslim stands up and defends what is right. I applaud him for doing so, but let no one think he represents the majority. The same happens in the world around us - when Muslims are going bonkers all around the world over Facebook, Nazam will say "But look at those who aren't!" or when riots and flag-burnings are happening around the world, a small Muslim contingency will stand and say "We should be peaceful!" It's a perfect parallel - yes, I'm glad there are those who are civil, but wake up and realize that you are not the ones steering the boat that is the modern Islamic movement!
Finally, after the violence and a great deal of chaos, security capitulates to the demands of the Muslims. The Muslims are ecstatic over the death of free speech and the victory of their own whims. When someone tries to defend free speech, her message is thwarted instantly. I tell you, if 20 people had stood up with her and demanded that the film be played, it would have.
Ladies and gentlemen, this is what's happening in our world. Muslims are changing what can and can't be said, free speech is dying, they are applauding, and we are sitting by and doing nothing. Let us stand, all of us, on the side of free speech, before we lose it. And lose it we will, amidst cheers of "La Illaha Il-Allah", unless we take a stand now.