Monday, February 20, 2006

Hornet's Nest
from the mind of  Cowgirl Up.

Just to throw in my two cents on this whole Cartoon jihad...

I've been following this mainly through the unparalleled work found in blogs by Michelle Malkin and Little Green Footballs. A number of the protests seem to have been manufactured by Danish imams who traveled from Denmark & Europe to the middle east, armed with poor reproductions of the Danish Jyllands-Posten cartoons, as well as a few images that had nothing to do with Mohammed but were sold that way to the eager anti-West masses. Call it the Prophet Propaganda Blasphemy Tour. In any case, whatever lit this fuse, Jihadistan has been hopping for weeks now, resulting in numerous deaths as a result of the riots.

Haven't seen what all the hoopla's about? Holy fatwa, Batman - turn off the TV news already and surf: the Danish cartoons - neatly bundled within a nice lesson on the art history of the Prophet Mohammed - are available for your surfing pleasure out at this site.

Clearly, there is simply no shortage worldwide of psychotic islamo-nazis.

Well, well. What have we here?
Iran says it's time to stop the rioting:

Iran backed calls from other Muslim and world leaders Monday for an end to violent protests over the Prophet Muhammad cartoons, urging calm after weeks of demonstrations that have left at least 45 people dead in the Muslim world.

In other words, get back to concentrating on wiping Israel off the map, like the good little useful idiots-er, islamists you are...

Not like this is President Ahmadinejad speaking out here. Nope. He prefers lecturing those who will listen on the finer points of antisemitism and Holocaust denial when dabbling in public speaking. Instead, the let's-make-nice talk is coming from Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki while on a trip to EU HQ. (He must be there to stock up on the chocolate.)

But wait. Do I detect an ulterior motive here on the part of the Iranian government?

"We are facing ... angry Muslims all around the world. We have to try our best to avoid any violence," he said. "This is what we are trying to do in Iran. ... So many of our policemen were attacked by angry people on the streets."

Iranians attacking the Iranian police? Well. As every good totalitarian regime knows, we can't have that now, can we?

And now, for the inevitable humorous backlash...

Take that, you humorless jihad-mongers. Ha!


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