Monday, February 06, 2006

New Zealand goes Freedom of Expression in the Muslim cartoons controversy

The Age: Ignorance is bliss:
"NZ Prime Minister Helen Clark yesterday described the cartoons’ publication as “gratuitous”.

“New Zealand press is free and politicians don’t say what the press can print and what it can’t. It is a question of judgement and I don’t think myself either the publication, nor the reaction to it, do anything to bring communities and faiths together here or around the world.”"

Yes, not talking will bring people together.

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