Rhetorical Question for My Muslim Friends
Vilks' cartoon depicting Mohammed came on the heels of Muslim outrage about cartoons originally published in Denmark in 2005. The republication of the cartoons several months later sparked violent protests in the Muslim world and prompted death threats against the cartoonist.
Vilks' cartoon, which was published in August 2007 by the Swedish newspaper Nerikes Allehanda, did not provoke that level of global protest, although it has stoked outrage.
Just out of curiosity — exactly how much of a wuss does your God have to be, do you think, if he can't take being picked on by a Swedish cartoonist?
I almost can't wait to see which fringe/attention-hungry satirist decides to make himself a Canal Plus documentary subject by publishing the next image of The Prophet. Can we all take bets on this? I'm lobbying hard for the next Rob Schneider movie — maybe a supernatural-themed sequel, like Deuce Bigalow 3: Gigolo of the Eternal Afterlife or something – to include a bi-curious Mohammed scene.
Is that the most offensive thing imaginable? I'm straining hard but can't think of anything worse. A Gilbert Gottfried routine also has possibilities, I guess. By the way, has anyone seen that new Gottfried-narrated ad for the "ShoeDini" shoe-horn? It's the best film I've seen this year.
Okay, excuse the digression, I'm going back to work now…
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