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← BBC 'too scared to allow jokes about Islam'

sidelined's Avatar Jump to comment 3 by sidelined

I can see how the phrase "'If the mountain won't come to Mohammed, Mohammed must go to the mountain."could be upsetting to the poor infantile minority of Mohammed's followers who are incapable of maturing to the point of relating to the world around them.

They also are incapable of conceiving of another old phrase from a time when political correctness was not stuffed so far up politicians asses that the stench overwhelmed common sense. "Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me."

To those few followers of Islam who are incapable of understanding that the freedom to criticize religion is not going to be set aside just because you lack the ability to deal with others with any level of competence you can expect to hear another phrase regularly.

"Grow the fuck up!"

That goes double for the politicians and organizations that fold under threat instead of exposing the vermin that employ such actions as a means of hiding the fear that runs through their petty minds.


Now that I have got that off my chest. Anybody heard some good Mohammed jokes lately?

Wed, 02 Apr 2008 17:29:00 UTC | #146365