Thursday, July 15, 2010

From our bulging "Aren't we sick of these people yet?" files...

Religion of Pieces threatens to kill ... again complains of discrimination by Everyone Draw Mohammed Day creators.

The creator of a now-defunct "Everybody Draw Muhammad Day" page on Facebook fears she may be targeted for death now that the cartoonist who launched the online campaign has been placed on an execution list by a radical Yemeni-American cleric.

The 27-year-old Facebook page creator -- a Canadian woman who asked not to be identified due to fears of reprisal -- told that she was visited at her home last week by Royal Canadian Mounted Police officials who advised her to remove her page and not to talk to reporters.

"I'm scared," she said. "I'm scared that somebody might kill me."

Same war, different century...



D Cummings McLean said...

She needs to move in with Kathy Shaidle and her gun, paying extra for lessons in shrieking "Come and get me, you fairies." Cowering isn't going to help her much.

PiusLad said...

Thanks goodness for the Second Amendment. At least she'll be able to protect herself...

Oh, wait.

She's Canadian.

Never mind.

Zach said...

Seen on Facebook, in response to a friend posting a video on how converts from Islam face death threats:

"Is this relevant? What if it is true or not? What does this mean? How should this be interpreted? There are much more questions than just one."

Dear God in Heaven have mercy. Liberals really do love liberalism more than life, don't they?


Sean M. Brooks said...

To All:

I'm so ANGRY AND DISGUSTED with both our decadent liberals and the ghastly death cult of Islam. I deny Mohammed was anything but a lying false prophet who dressed up his crass worldly ambitions and harem collection in pseudo religious trappins.

I'm currently reading Andrew McCarthy's book THE GRAND JIHAD: HOW ISLAM AND THE LEFT SABOTAGE AMERICA. I would recommend to readers to take special note of what McCarthy wrote about the Muslim Brotherhood. And I agree with him that Islam and leftism agree on things like hatred of capitalism, ordered liberty, the limited state, etc. They also both agree in sharing a totalitarian world view. BAH!!!

Sincerely, Sean

Mary Rose said...

Hi Hilary Jane. A friend introduced your blog to me and I love it! I added it to my blogroll. Yes, I'm jealous you live in Rome but I added you anyway. :-)

In 1985, I had the privilege of visiting Italy. Florence and Rome.. but at the time, I was away from the Catholic Church, so it wasn't a pilgrimage of any kind. Still, since I'm half-Italian, I felt as though I was "coming home" in a different way. Ah, the Italian men..

But at any rate. I'm here in the States. I agree with your comment on this entry. Same war, different century. It's why I adore the Knights of Malta. Now there were some monks who knew how to kick butt!

Hilary Jane Margaret White said...

I live to make people jealous of where I am. It gives meaning to my otherwise tawdry and pointless existence,


thanks for the boost, Mary Rose.

Sean, I would gladly take your book recommendation, but I find such things really just cut too heavily into my facebook time...

Sean M. Brooks said...

Hi, Hilary Jane!

Thanks for commenting! But, even if you are too busy to read, say, McCarthy's THE GRAND JIHAD, I'm hoping others will be able to do so.

Sincerely, Sean