Well, it’s official, kids. The terrorists have won. They won in Denmark, they won in England, and now they’ve won in America. It’s a shame, really. So many of our country’s young men and women have sacrificed their lives to defend our “freedom.” They died for nothing.
Perhaps I sound rather nonchalant about this whole ordeal, but I’m not. I’m furious–and you should be, too.
When Kurt Westergaard released his infamous political sketch of Muhammad with a turban bomb, the world flinched under the mighty hand of Muslims with hurt feelings. He was–and continues to be–relentlessly threatened. Westergaard is under protection, but what was the result of these threats?
Censorship and fear.
The two-part episode featured old characters, concepts, and story lines that true fans of the show will remember from way back. Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the show’s creators, were not-so-subtly commenting on the creative freedom that they have. Nothing is sacred or off-limits in South Park and the celebrities were fighting back.
The controversy appears when Tom Cruise and the ginger kids fight over the right to use Muhammad’s power to protect themselves from mockery–you see, Muhammad is the only public figure who seems to be impervious to criticism because his image is so strictly protected by violent, psychopathic, delusional modern-day cavemen.
And that’s what went wrong. South Park‘s latest episode (simply titled “201″) was hijacked and over-censored due to a series of death threats Comedy Central and Viacom have received. Out of concern for their safety, and the safety of the show’s staff, they heavily edited the episode to the point that it made very little sense and ended with a minute-or-so of straight censored monologue.
Whether you’re a fan of South Park or not is irrelevant at this point. We, as a free and bright culture, must overcome this cultural disease of Islam. The longer progressive society cowers in the shadow of an invisible enemy, the longer it will take to advance.
One of the goals of Islam is to conquer or destroy the infidels (us). Slowly we step back and allow this to fucking happen.
Too many Americans are so balls-deep in their conspiracy theory bullshit and imaginary scenarios that they fail to notice the reality that will eventually catch them with their pants down like a Papal entourage.
We need to bring our foreign troops home–yes; but while they fight the war abroad, we should be fighting the war on our own soil. We’ve become a jaded culture, taking our rights and freedoms for granted and not noticing the corrosion below the surface.
If we sit back and do nothing in the face of this virus, we will lose the true foundation of our freedom of speech forever. And when that happens, a couple of demolished buildings in New York City will appear as a fading blemish on the decaying remains of the Western World.
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