Ironic Surrealism II

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Feeding Frenzy

November 30th, 2007 · 6 Comments

For the love of God. The psychosis fueled savage barbaric Cult of Islam must be stopped! It’s adherents suffer from a collective mental illness. There is no other explanation for it. It causes a mob mentality feeding frenzy at the drop of a hat.

Perhaps it could be partially linked to the long history of inbreeding…

Mob calls for execution of teddy teacher as peer launches rescue mission

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Thousands of Sudanese men, many armed with clubs and knives, protested in Khartoum today calling for the execution of the British teacher who allowed a teddy bear to be called Mohamed.

The protesters emerged from Khartoum’s

mosques < --- monumental clue!

after Friday prayers and gathered outside the presidential palace shouting slogans against Gillian Gibbons as riot police looked on.

The rowdy scenes took place as it emerged that a senior Labour peer was launching a private rescue mission to try to secure the early release of the 54-year-old teacher.

Ms Gibbons was sentenced to 15 days in jail after being convicted of inciting religious hatred for letting her pupils at one of the city’s schools name a toy bear Mohamed.

Lord Ahmed, Britain’s first Muslim peer, is due to fly out to Khartoum this afternoon, raising hopes that the mother of two, from Liverpool, could be freed soon.

Some protesters taunted Western journalists by drawing a finger across their throats while others burnt newspapers that carried pictures of Ms Gibbons on the front page. The scenes in Martyrs Square, outside the palace, were becoming increasingly ugly.

When The Times attempted to report on the demonstration, thought to be organized by extremists who were whipping up anti-Western feelings, its reporter was threatened and forced to leave the area. Continued.

Related:
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Mo Teddy Leads to Arrest of British Teacher in Sudan [updated]
mo cat protests
Mo Cat Got Your Tongue
Mo’s Dog Days of Summer [updated bumped]
“Bloody Cartoons”

Mosques? Terrorist Hives!
An Explosion of Peace Heard ‘Round the World
Dancing With The Devil
Satan’s Minions (?)

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Tags: Islamofascist · enemy · mo teddy · sudan · cult of islam · gillian gibbons · islamic law · islam is peace · islamics · mosque · intolerance · death threat · islamists · mohammad · islam

6 responses so far ↓

  • 1 It’s Friday! « nuke’s // Nov 30, 2007 at 10:54 am

    […] VH looks at Sudan and marvels at the tolerance and respect shown by the local populace….Feeding Frenzy […]

  • 2 Sunflower Desert // Nov 30, 2007 at 11:17 am

    Absolutely ridiculous! Freaking animals!

    The only one complaining should be that freaking teddy bear stuck with the name of a famous pedophile. Sheesh!

  • 3 Teddy Bear Time at Sunflower Desert // Dec 1, 2007 at 10:49 pm

    […] Velvethammer is also passionate about the cause. Not to mention, she seems to know the cause of the insanity: Perhaps it could be partially linked to the long history of inbreeding… […]

  • 4 plodon // Dec 2, 2007 at 1:28 am

    It’s adherents suffer from a collective mental illness.

    This is what all too many think about Christianity. The legions of the likes of Richard Dawkins are many, and growing. I’m kinda thinking that the tools that will become starkly obviously necessary to fight Islamic ridiculousness might very well be turned against all “religion” as “the enemy of the people”. Ok - call that silly paranoia. Whatever. In the end, it’s like Billy Graham said: “I’ve read the last page of the Bible, everything turns out alright”.

  • 5 plodon // Dec 2, 2007 at 1:37 am

    I wouldn’t be surprised if there are a few more teddy bears named mohammed around the world recently.

    Just as a completely unrelated aside - I understand Denmark makes some pretty nice teddy bears.

  • 6 Athos // Dec 2, 2007 at 4:37 am

    Glad to see you’re back, Red. Full agreement. Here is my take.

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