No to Mohammad, but yes, yes, yes to anti-Semitism
A few weeks ago, Comedy Central was simply just a funny television network. Then, some crackpot Jihadist became offended by the fact that the show "South Park" dared to include Mohammad in a spoof of all religious icons.
Was South Park's humor odious? Absolutely. But because that show is offensive to each religion equally, the sting of it's debasing humor comes across as truly harmless. The fact is, South Park has always pushed the limits of society (or has at least tried to) since it's launching, a number of years ago.
By the same vein, Comedy Central makes no apologies, at least never used to, for it's outrageous comedy. Certainly, with perhaps the exception of Jon Stewart's "Daily Show," is there any anti-religion sentiment that isn't shared amongst all faiths equally.
But then the threats came and the network coward to political correctness. Or perhaps it was cowardice. Whatever it was, Comedy Central pulled the episode in deference (or fear) to Islamic extremists. It didn't matter than Christianity, Judaism and a host of other faiths were lampooned as well. All that did matter, again, was the Islam was held to a different standard.
When the story first broke, the network issued a statement, saying: "In light of recent world events, we feel we made the right decision."
And what world events were those? Well, I don't have to tell you.
I thought perhaps this little incident would have tamed the networks attacks on religion. Perhaps, in light of the huge scandal, Comedy Central would take a hard look at who they offend.
I was wrong. And in a very big way.
From the Israelinsider:
Comedy Central website has published an anti-semitic game called "I.S.R.A.E.L. Attacks," in which a murderous robot called Israel is called upon to wipe out every cartoon character on the show. The short animated movie that introduces the premise of the game portrays a "Jew Producer" being "busted" for stealing cartoon characters. "I.S.R.A.E.L" is then sent out to destroy them all.
Here is the video of the game. Check it out for yourselves:
So, what does this tell us? Well, for one, making fun of Jews - in an very disturbing, anti-Semitic way (take a look at the way the creator of the robot looks, with the hook nose and greedy eyes) - is a-ok. But to even show any image of "the prophet" is absolutely against their moral code of ethics.
Generally, when some stupid television show makes fun of religion, I don't give a damn. As the old saying goes, I may not like what you say, but I will fight for your right to say it. However, when that show belittles one individual religion - even if it's Islam - it goes over the line.
Yes, Muslims are way too overly sensitive and need to not get all Jihadi over a cartoon depiction of Big Mo. I mean, he was just part of an attack against religion in general. You see, it wasn't as if the show depicted Muslims in a stereotypical way.
And thus lies the problem. It isn't enough that the network finds humor in mocking religions and there icons. But Comedy Central went to a further extreme and licensed a game that is so blatantly anti-Semitic that it makes my skin crawl.
The network, which cowered to Muslim threats of extreme violence, feels no shame whatsoever about debasing not only Judaism, but of Jews individually. That, my friends, is the ultimate in cowardice. And for a network that has so many Jewish people in it's hierarchy, it is way beyond shameful.
Perhaps that's why they did it. After all, so many Jews in the past felt that if we just bow down to the whims of others, they'll treat us better. So what better way to do that than to honor Mohammad, while belittling themselves?
After all, that kind of attitude saved us from the gas chambers, right? Oh, wait.
Comedy Central has really gone over the line and deserves nothing less than a boycott of their shows. I rarely believe that boycotts work, but in this case I feel so angry at their cowardice and egregious anti-Semitism that I will do everything I can do to punish the network as best I can. Certainly, my TV will not turn to the channel, and my family will never watch it again. I will write to their advertisers and demand to be heard. I suggest anyone who finds this kind of "humor" unacceptable to do the same.
The sad truth is this helps explain why Islam is conquering the world. By censoring any mention of Mohammad, they are showing the world - especially the Islamic world - that we respect their religion over our own (and anyone else's). Of course, that only proves to them that their religion is supreme. And that, my friends, is why they are winning.
Consider the situation at Ground Zero. Mayor Bloomberg has not said one word about the plans to build a Mosque on the grounds were 2,996 innocent people were slaughtered by Islamic terrorists. The fact that the dedication of said Mosque is 9/11/2011 - exactly 10 years to the day of the World Trade Center attack notwithstanding. Then, consider the fact that the 9/11 memorial in Shanskville, PA was created in the shape of an Islamic crescent, with the top pointing towards Mecca.
And none of this is by accident, either. Wherever Islam conquers, they defile what was there before. When they conquered Jerusalem, they made a point to build the Mosque of Omar (the Dome of the Rock) right on top of the Jewish Temple. With the building of the Mosque in lower Manhattan, they are doing it again. And if you think this is being built in the name of friendship building between two religion, you are sadly mistaken, I'm afraid. Here is more on the travesty at Ground Zero.
Islam dominates and America has become far to scared to fight it. Whether it be through the feckle behavior of our political leaders, or the cowardice of our media, we are slowly succumbing to the real radical change in society. Political correctness, the cornerstone of liberalism, has neutered our country and created a void in our faith. By allowing Islam to be viewed above all other religions, we are destroying the fabric that create our nation and our heritage. Make no mistake, Islam takes no prisoners.
And clearly, Comedy Central has no clue.