The Los Angeles Times’ Scott Collins and Matea Gold have joined Bill O’Reilly as good-natured, well-behaved, polite, subservient, groveling dhimmi. They published a report today on the South Park Muhammad dust-up, which was also covered by NRB’s Jenn Q Public, that is sure not to offend any Muslims. Collins and Gold even quoted Ibrahim Hooper (photo above) of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) (read that: let’s disguise Hamas as a human rights group to throw civic-minded Americans off the track so we can raise more money for jihad). Hooper says the group that threatened South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, Revolution Muslim, is a fringe outfit that has no “credibility” in the Muslim community. But Hooper did not denounce the threats, themselves, as anti-Islamic.
The Times report did some fancy two-stepping around the issue, such as framing Comedy Central network concerns in the context of “religious sensitivities”. Gimme a break. They’re flat-out afraid of inciting Muslim violence. Film-maker Theo Van Gogh’s slaughter by a Muslim, in broad daylight on a Dutch street, came up in the Times’ report as an example of the potential results of insulting Islam. So, I ask you: how many religions can you name that advocate killing someone for making fun of its doctrines?
“In its 200 shows, the irreverent animated program “South Park” has mercilessly satirized Christianity, Buddhism, Scientology, the blind and disabled, gay people, Hollywood celebrities and politicians of all persuasions, weathering the resulting protests and threats of boycotts…”
Ah, but this is Islam. It is a political-religious culture to be held above all others, in a separate class, as Robert Spencer has written, not to be trifled with, not to be poked fun at, not to be maligned – on penalty of death to the offender.
“…But this week, after an ominous threat from a radical Muslim website, the network that airs the program bleeped out all references to the prophet Muhammad in the second of two episodes set to feature the holy figure dressed in a bear costume. The incident provides the latest example that media conglomerates are still struggling to balance free speech with safety concerns and religious sensitivities, six years after Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh was slain for making a film critical of Islamic society…”
Religious sensitivities. Pah! Ever seen video footage of a Muslim jihadist beheading an Infidel? How sensitive do you think a man is who can slice another’s head from his body, shouting Allahu Akbar, as the blood gouts onto the ground and the victim screams in agony?
And, by the way, Van Gogh’s film dealt with Muslim mistreatment of women – something the L.A. Times conveniently left out of its report.
So, we continue walking down the road to our doom, as the glossing over, disguising and apologizing continue for what we are really up against. What is going to happen to Europe very soon, by virtue of sheer demographic change due to unrestricted Muslim immigration, is going to be very ugly and terrible. Europe is on a path to be an Islamic continent.
If The United States does not come to its collective senses and put a stop to the Islamization that is going on here, as demonstrated by the Comedy Central decision to surrender its First Amendment rights to Muslim death threats, the same horrors about to befall Europe will surely come to us. And then it will all be over for freedom.