Tuesday, January 31, 2006

I Am Muhammad. Cartoons Are Cool.

Screw the apology from Jyllands-Posten. I'm not apologizing. I'll keep doing this as long as it amuses me. That's the essence of freedom. If people don't like it they can pucker up and kiss my Kabah.


Pastorius said...

See Thomas? Mohammed is cool with cartoons. He seems like a pretty mellow and likable guy. I mean, look at that smile.

I think these Muslims, who are getting so upset about the cartoons, are being deluded by bad people who have hijacked their religion.

Krishna109 said...

For some time there had been very few sites posting the (original)cartons. Lately, more & more sites have posted them. The story seems to have also just hit the mainstream media (well, they're only a few months late ;-).

Today Michelle Malkin posted the cartoons on her site (one of the most widely read on the net).

So, I guess the Prophet (pbuh) is out of the bag-- to coin a phrase! :-)

Kiddo said...

My abilities with photoshop are limited and my designer is gone, so I found a pic of a girl saying the rosary on a muslim prayer rug instead. Enjoy.


Myra Langerhas said...

I have posted some of these cartoons on my blog. Other Bloggers have been defiant also and poste these and other images. I don't have a problem with this but we have to ask... Is this the way we want to engage these radicals? Do we want want to be 'in your face Muslim antagonists?' Maybe yes, maybe no, but we have to consider it.

Pastorius said...

My idea on this is, these Jihadi idiots get angry over the stupidest things. (They got angry in Britain over public displays of Piglet from Winnie The Pooh.)

Well, the thing is, usually, there is a quick apology and all is swept under the rug before the masses realize how stupid the behavior of the Jihadis is.

I see in this cartoon movement the opportunity to show the masses (pardon the arcane Marxist terminology) how stupid the demands and whining of the Jihadis truly is.

So, yes, I think we need to provoke them a bit, but nicely.

That's why I said, "Don't be mean. Don't be pornographic. Just draw Mohammed in everyday situations, like standing in line at Wal-Mart, or whatever comes to your mind."

What Thomas is doing here is perfect and beautiful.

annonymous infidel said...

In expressing our freedoms the Muslim's weakness is laid bare: intolerance to anything they don't like and they are willing to murder.

So we drive them to expose themselves and then when it is abundantly clear to all who they are and that they will not peacefully co-exist in a free society, then we will have pound them until they surrender.

Pastorius said...

Looks like we're on the same page.

Always On Watch said...

Thomas the Wraith: If people don't like it they can pucker up and kiss my Kabah.

I'm with you on that!

Oscar in Kansas said...

I don't consider this aggressive or in your face. If this was a drawing of Jesus or Moses no one would blink an eye. He is smiling and dressed appropriately. This is not a slur or an insult unless you consider the very fact that it is an image of muhammad to be an insult. We are a visual culture. Over-sensitive muslims need to suck it up and get on with their lives.

Always On Watch said...

Thomas the Wraith: If this was a drawing of Jesus or Moses no one would blink an eye.

And tax dollars would pay for the art, too.

I read today that Prince Saud is offended. Oh, well...

Pastorius said...

Prince Saud is offended?!?

Bwa ha ha ha ha ha!