Regular readers know Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff, who was convicted of “hate speech” in her native Austria for discussing in her seminars the marriage of the prophet of Islam to a 6-year-old girl.
Tomorrow evening (Friday March 3) at 7pm Elisabeth will be speaking at Colorado Christian University in Lakewood, Colorado. The topic of her speech is “When Migrants Arrive, Free Speech Departs”:
“I want to preserve Europe and its democratic and secular values. Islamic doctrine discriminates against women and non-Muslims. Islamic law, or shariah, cannot be reconciled with democratic principles and universal human rights.”
Elisabeth sends this invitation for the live-stream of the event:
I am very excited to invite you to be a part of my LIVE event that I will be doing in Colorado, USA, this Friday, March 3rd, 7:00 MST, 8:00 CST, 9:00 EST, from the comfort of your own home or office. Below I am providing you a link that will allow you to log into a live broadcast.
This will be our first time doing this live, so bear with us as we learn how to spread our wings and begin a new phase in getting information out to our audience. We are very excited to be a part of EncounterTruth.com, which is just a few weeks away from launching its site. So… you are getting a sneak peek.
Below are the instructions on how to log into the event. We hope you will join us and enjoy what I have to share with you.
- When you click the link below, a platform will begin to open for you. You will see a box that says: CONNECT TO THE EVENT
- Type in your name: Caps/lower case – first and last
- Example: John Smith
- Your password: is grayed out
- Room password: PurpleOranges (case sensitive – one word)
- No need to click on or do anything else – simply CLICK CONNECT and it will drop you into the room.
Private link to beta test: go.encountertruth.com/conference,10795423,private
When we go live — everything will already be preprogrammed from everyone’s back office and all they will have to do is click a button and it will drop them into the room: no names to type, no passwords to remember — it will do it all for you.
Please note: You will need to log on from a PC or Mac — not an iPad or smart phone.