Sunday, October 28, 2012

If your Country Still Has a King, you're in the Wrong Century

Looky over's the King of Saudi Arabia telling the world that the United States is not entitled to her First Amendment Rights.  That's right, King Abdullah is pushing for the United Nations to adopt ANOTHER resolution that condemns anything termed abusive towards Islam and the Prophets.  He really says "religions and Prophets," but anyone with a cerebral cortex know he means Islam.  Otherwise Muslims around the world wouldn't be blowing up, shooting up, and burning up other religious the Roman Catholic Church in Nigeria that just got truck bombed.

Up until this point, most of this nonsense has been originated and initiated by Pakistan.  Now, oil producing Saudi Arabia is pushing this tripe from the pulpit of Haj. 

Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah yesterday urged the United Nations to adopt a resolution condemning those states and groups that abuse divine religions and Prophets (peace be upon them).
Addressing a reception given to prominent personalities and heads of foreign Haj missions at Mina Palace, he urged Muslims to strengthen their unity. “Haj is a symbol of Islamic unity and solidarity,” he said.
“From the vicinity of Grand Mosque in Makkah, I demand a UN resolution that condemns any country or group that insults religions and prophets,” he said. “It is our duty and that of every Muslim to protect Islam and defend the Prophets.”
The king’s statement comes after a low-budget film produced in the US, “Innocence of Muslims,” triggered a wave of deadly anti-American violence last month across the Muslim world targeting US symbols ranging from embassies and schools to fast-food chains.
By the way, Mohammad was a pederast, an untrusted backstabbing militant leader who made up the rules as he went along so as always to appear in the right.  When you conjure an entire religion out of thin air, you can do that sort of thing.  That is, of course, if Mohammad ever lived in the first place.  Historians are mixed on that speculation. 

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