I'm not saying it is, but it illustrates the point that freedom of speech is not and should not be absolute, in some cases it is for the greater good to shut people up. Not been to Stoke or Burnley recently? That's not what I said though, is it? As I say, it was purely illustrating the concept, though you may be being a bit complacent if you think that the following statement is equally ridiculous: "we must stop them lest we end up with an increase in racial tension and a reversal in British Muslim's hard earned status as equal citizens with equal opportunities alongn with a lack of protection for the British people to adhere to and practice whatever beliefes they hold." Nobody's predicting another holocaust, but do you honestly not think that, if these people were to gain political influence, there would be no negative effect on minorities and society as a whole?