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April 22, 2010

Muslim Punks threaten ‘South Park’ creators with death

Blasphemy: Mohammed in a bear suit.

The creators of South Park, a politically incorrect show on Comedy Central that mocks everybody and everything under the sun, were forced by Muslim death threats to censor themselves.  More cultural enrichment from the religion of peace.

“South Park” airs censored episode after threat

Satirical animated TV show “South Park” beeped out the words Prophet Muhammad and plastered its Wednesday episode with the word “CENSORED” after being issued a grim warning by a U.S. Muslim group.  The irreverent comedy show on Comedy Central also substituted a controversial image seen last week of the Prophet Muhammad in a bear outfit with one of Santa Claus in the same costume. It was not immediately clear if the move was a bid to tread carefully following the warning against the “South Park” creators, or if they were poking fun at the fuss.

The little-known group posted a message on its website earlier this week warning creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker “that what they are doing is stupid and they will probably wind up like Theo Van Gogh for airing this show.”

The website posted a graphic photo of Van Gogh, a Dutch filmmaker who was killed in 2004 by an Islamic militant over a movie he had made that accused Islam of condoning violence against women. It also posted a link to a news article with details of a mansion in Colorado that Parker and Stone apparently own.

In Wednesday’s new episode, Jesus Christ was depicted watching pornography and Buddha was portrayed snorting cocaine.  The head of Revolution Muslim, Younus Abdullah Muhammad, 30, defended the Web posting by his group.

“How is that a threat?,” he told Reuters earlier on Wednesday. “Showing a case study right there of what happened to another individual who conducted himself in a very similar manner? It’s just evidence.”  According to U.S. law enforcement officials, the federal government rarely prosecutes threat cases. The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution gives broad protections to free speech, and what constitutes a threat is often subject to interpretation.


The West trembles in fear of Islam.  Here, a few Muslim punks with a website was all it took to dhimmify South Park, arguably the most fearless satirists on TV.  Why is that?  Are all Muslims violent headchoppers?  Of course not, but enough of them are that threats of violence should be taken seriously.  There are people who didn’t take those threats seriously and then paid with their lives.  Consider that Muslims make up less than 1% of the U.S. population.  Now try to imagine the fear in which the West will live 40 years from now when Islam makes up 50% of the population of Europe according to current demographic trends.  Do you follow?

p.s., the obligatory disclaimer: “Not all Muslims are terrorists, blah blah blah”™.

H/T: paleocon

1 Comment »

  1. You also have to consider that before 9/11 and the “War on Terror” no one gave a damn about offending Muslims and most Muslims didn’t care. Now suddenly it’s a big issue!

    And you’re right, Revolution Muslim is nothing but a bunch of punks who live in the US (and openly hate it) but use it’s first amendment rights.

    Comment by katiecaliya — April 27, 2010 @ 08:57

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