International Everybody Draw Mohammed Day was announced, if you’ll recall, to support free speech, numerous cartoonists and the makers of South Park, upon whom retribution was called down for the sin of poking fun at he who shall not be mocked, nor whose supporters may be taken the piss out of.
Even before it’s kicked off internationally there’s a good helping of mockery from which to draw much mirth.
It’s not the artistry that counts, it’s the sentiments contained therein.
Here, for example, from the Israeli magazine Nana is a cartoon of Jesus, Mohammed, Moses and Buddha enjoying a post-coital cigarette together.
Perhaps after this piece of foreplay:
It is possible to be subtle, as Le Monde was when they decided not to draw Mohammed, but just to place the mantra “'I must not draw Mohammed”on their front page in a carefully-composed manner.
Because it’s worth remembering that the “religion of peace” is is a serious subject to mock, as several thousand people could attest were they still alive to give witness.
If you don’t believe that already, if you’re not yet aware that such mockery “helps defend the requirements of human life and civilized society,” then just contemplate what is revealed in this telling exchange on the University of California San Diego campus between former radical David Horowitz and a Soft-Spoken Genocidal Muslim from the Muslim Students Association:
Adam Mossoff comment quoted at Noodle Food is spot on:
"This girl is so soft-spoken about expressing her support of global genocide of Jews, it's like watching a clip from the Nuremburg trials in which the Nazis plainly described their atrocities as if this was no different to them from describing a trip to the beach (and it wasn't).”Think of that when you think of the religion of peace, and
“let us resurrect Dumas’ famous Musketeers’ rallying call: ‘One for All and All for One’ emphasizing the latter phrase. For only by standing together to defend each individual can a peaceful society exist. Thus we must stand together and protect the lonely author who dares question a religion and who is sentenced to death because of it.”[Cartoons from Blunt, Noodle Food, Objective Standard, Thrutch, Matthew Hunt, Bill Ruark et al. Thank you.]
UPDATE: Best headline of the day, so far: "In for a burka, in for a beheading."