Saturday, September 08, 2007

Cartoon Rage-- The Sequel

By the Anti Jihadist

Remember the Cartoons of Rage from 2005 and early last year?

Well, the cartoon jihad is back with a vengeance. This time, it’s a Swedish artist who has dared to ‘insult’ the prophet of Islam.

Now, Muslim ‘diplomats’ are leaping into the fray. Swedes, pay the jizya or face the consequences!

Ambassadors from Muslim countries have indicated that they intend to present the Swedish prime minister with a list of demands when they meet for talks on Friday [yesterday].

Let's see what the lovely thugs want.

"Muslims need legal protection against the desecration of the [alleged] Prophet Muhammad, maybe something similar to the protection enjoyed by Jews and homosexuals."

Which Jewish and gay prophets can't the Westerners make fun of?

"In the long term the school curriculum has to convince pupils that if they want to express their opinion they should do so in such a way that it doesn't cause offence or hurt. This should also be part of journalism training," said Sotouhi.

You are free to say anything you long as it doesn't hurt the tender feelings of Muslims. Sorry, free speech doesn't work that way. I know it's a tough concept to grasp considering that it's non-existent in the Islamic world.

"Everybody will compare his wisdom with the situation in Denmark, whose prime minister treated the problem with a sort of arrogance, or at least delayed taking action to prevent the problem from escalating," he said.

Oh, I'm sorry. I thought that enraged Muslims all over the world had gone on a rampage and killed over a hundred people. How exactly are the cartoonists or Western politicians responsible for that mayhem?

Is there bloody anything that Muslims are responsible for?

Robert Spencer (whose books are banned in Malaysia) says it like it is:

And that's what this latest episode of Cartoon Rage, as well as the original Cartoon Rage incidents, were all about: forcing dhimmi Europeans to place Islam beyond questioning or criticism -- while the jihad continues apace.


No comments: