Q & A

Q: How do you say "freedom" in Arabic?

A: You don't, you infidel swine!

And now for the championship round:

Why was it perfectly OK for a Cairo newspaper to publish those cartoons of Mohammed months ago, but ss soon as a Danish newspaper publishes them, there's hell to pay?

Bonus question:
Why is it that American newspapers -- hiding behind the skirts of the First Amendment -- can publish pictures of such "art" as a picture of a crucifix in a jar of urine or a portrait of the Savior's mother made of elephant dung, but they shrink from publishing those cartoons of Mohammed out of a purported "sensitivity" to the feelings of Muslims?

There just might be a common thread here. Both groups hate America and all it stands for. Admittedly, the Muslims live by a far different code from us in the West ("Me and my brother against my cousin; me and my cousin against a stranger."). But the hypocrites in the American media have no such cover.


At 9:05 PM, February 11, 2006, Blogger Galt-In-Da-Box said...

Most of American journalism is comprised of atheists, leftists, spiritualists and/or combinations of same; they stand for nothing but what feels good at the moment (like "$3" Bill Clinton) and live in the surreal, whatever-is-is-right, fantasy world where Karl Marx, Sigmund Fraud and their half-baked delusions are God and Bible.
One can expect sound thought and action from such only by accident, and that with the help of others outside their misled flock.
Seared consciences and reprobate minds of this ilk are usually most committed to the idea there's really nothing worth being committed to: Touchy-feely bullshit!


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