On October 7, 2010 Student organization at Temple University called “T U Purpose’ invited Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller to speak to their fellow students.
The topics they were asked to address were: ” Is there an inextricable relationship between the Ground Zero Mosque and radical Islam? Its construction is constitutional, but is it right, insensitive? Is our Constitution being prostituted? Is the mosque location neither accidental nor a provocation of something greater?” was followed by a spirited and informative Q and A
The Socialists on-campus (and beyond) attempted to shut-down free-speech as Geller and Spencer lead the evening’s discussions, followed by a Q&A session.
Seems not everyone protesting was a student…
But Geller and Spencer, the student leaders of TU Purpose went forward and spoke calmly and honestly. Free-Speech was the winner, NOT these tired and predictable soc/commie/”progressives”
Part 1 – Pamela Geller
Part 2 – Robert Spencer
Part 3 – first half of the Q and A
Part 4 – second half of the Q and A with a short tag at the end of some post ‘dialogue’ with some of socialist-spouting students in the audience.
Also, a short video of the tedious Socialists who were protesting Geller and Spencer outside , having refused the invitation to attend the event.
And excerpts of the introductory remarks from two of the students representing TU Purpose, Alvaro Watson and Tyrone Penserga
Slide-show of event inside at Temple University
Slide-show of protest outside opposing free-speech at Temple U
Love you guys Pamela and Robert!
Keep up all the good work!
Just finished watching Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer and I have to say they were great, they always are but this one is special. Ms. Geller has been torn apart by the left/Muslims and not given the opportunity to speak while Muslims are calling her and Robert Spencer every possible name. This was their chance to show the audience and now the viewer what’s been going on in America and how we need to wake up or risk losing the America we know and love.
I am so glad to hear the school allowed this discussion where so much future is at stake .A point of view thats needs to be heard at this level !