The London Free Press today published a remarkable, full-page feature to highlight Peter Worthington’s ‘Truth and its Consequences’ column which connected the dots between the intimidation of victims in Caledonia, the persecution of Islam critics in Europe and our application of Dr. King’s teachings to confront extremists and their enablers.
London Free Press, page B3 (full page): ‘Truth and Consequences’
The hard copy of the LFP page – which has not been published online – has Worthington’s column in a box on the left side beside a large close-up image of a woman wearing a burka. Underneath, across the full width of the page, is a large photo of the occupation site in Caledonia, and below that is a smaller photo showing a riot in Pakistan.
The title is ‘Truth and Consequences,’ and the tagline reads:
‘PROTESTS: Around the world are people under pressure to watch what they say or face incarceration’
The giant photo of the burka woman contains a quote from Denmark’s Lars Hedegaard:
“Hundreds of thousands of little girls in Muslim majority societies have been sold into marriage with much older men…” Historian Lars Hedegaard
My letter to the Editor of the London Free Press
I submitted the following letter to the editor of the LFP for their consideration. I have not yet been advised if it will be published.
Re: Worthington’s ‘Truth and Consequences,’ Feb 14/11
I am profoundly grateful to Peter Worthington and to the London Free Press – and other media in Canada, Europe and Israel – for running this column, and especially for devoting an entire feature page to it for two reasons: