...confirm worst stereotypes about intolerant Islamist douchebags:
A U.S. Muslim group has issued a dire Internet "warning" to creators of the satirical animated TV show "South Park" over a depiction of the Prophet Mohammad in a bear outfit.
"We have to warn 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," said a posting on website RevolutionMuslim.com. The website posted a graphic photo of slain Dutch filmmaker Theo Van Gogh, who was killed in 2004 by an Islamic militant over a movie he made that accused Islam of condoning violence against women.
Did you see the episode they're upset about? It's here, and it's freaking hilarious, totally brilliant. It's also a two-parter with part two airing tonight. Can't wait. And here's Mohammad in a bear costume from part one:
The episode is about the fact that—unlike the leaders, founders, sacred mascots, etc., of every other world religion, unlike celebrities and sports stars and redheads and fags—Mohammad is immune to criticism. You can't insult Mohammad, you can't parody Mohammad, you can't even show Mohammad. Because a significant chunk of his followers are violent asshole nutjobs and people are afraid of them. Celebrities are battling gingers for control of Mohammad because both groups want to possess Mohammad's immunity to criticism and insult. Okay, back to the intolerant Islamist douchebags:
The head of Revolution Muslim, Younus Abdullah Muhammad, 30, defended the posting. "How is that a threat?," he told Reuters. "Showing a case study right there of what happened to another individual who conducted himself in a very similar manner? It's just evidence."
Incitement is a crime. Here's hoping that the FBI is so far up this guy's ass that they're making a "case study" of his molars.
UPDATE: The intolerant Islamic douchebag's website is down but their video threat is up and running:
Dirka dirka Mohammed jihad assholes.