Lack of attention paid to book by Danish cartoons publisher Flemming Rose suggests the media are censoring themselves

The silence is deafening

Given the recent massacre in France flowing from the publication of the Charlie Hebdo cartoons depicting the Muslim prophet Mohammed, you’d think a book written by Flemming Rose, editor of the Danish newspaper, Jyllands-Posten, would merit some serious media attention.

After all, Rose in 2005 commissioned and published the cartoon depictions of Mohammed in Jyllands-Posten, which led to an international uproar and more than 200 deaths.

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  • Hard Little Machine

    While the liberals in Europe argue about whether it’s ok to complain about being beheaded in the streets, the Muslims are beheading them in the streets. It’s like the people of Lapuda in Gulliver’s Travels who were so smart they had to be hit on the head with a pig’s bladder to be reminded it was their turn to speak.

    • Heh;)

    • disqus_W6sfZCiOd8

      “It’s like the people of Lapuda in Gulliver’s Travels who were so smart they had to be hit on the head with a pig’s bladder to be reminded it was their turn to speak.” That’s funny. Some things don’t change.