Friday, May 7, 2010

Camel-Humpers Kicking Hollywood's Azz - Fiberals Are Helping Radicals Win!

Via Fox News - and most of the free world.  Islamic fundamentalists are causing Hollywood, and much of the Fiberal written media world - to clam up.  Spineless Fiberals are afraid to speak the truth - because they fear retribution.  But they will still roast Jesus Christ for their own amusement.

Note to Hollywierd Elite:  Grow a backbone and say what you mean, or stop lampooning ANY religion.  Don't just choose to rake Christians over the coals because you believe they won't bomb your apartment...

Don't mess with Allah. That's the new, unwritten code in Hollywood following the one-two punch of Islamic extremists' threats against the creators of "South Park" and the failed bombing attempt outside the cartoon’s parent company, Viacom, in New York's Times Square.
In the current, supercharged climate, it just isn’t worth endangering the safety of an entire production staff or network by pursuing a storyline that Muslim extremists might find offensive, media executives and writers tell
But religion in general hasn’t become taboo -- just Islam. The Cartoon Network squeaked under the radar in March when it showed a racy depiction of Jesus voiced by jailed rapper Lil' Wayne. And Comedy Central is developing "JC," a half-hour cartoon about Christ wanting to escape the shadow of his "powerful but apathetic father" and live a regular life in New York City.

Liberal.  Another word for coward....


  1. This targeted lampooning against Christianity must stop! This is unacceptable! Hollywood doesn't mind targeting the peaceful religions but are pussies when being critical of Islam. They are so friggin biased it pisses me off.

  2. I completely agree.

    Because Christians are more well grounded than fundamentalist towel-heads, script bullies in Hollywierd feel they can deride us. It's unfortunate that the lesson Hollywierd wants to teach is "we will continue the status quo until some fundamentalist Christian goes postal".

    Then they will make a movie about that story...