Monday, September 25, 2006

Jesus Christ, lighten up Muslims

I vacillate between which of the three major monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam, is the sickest. Mostly it's a toss-up. Practitioners of the three get their tits in an uproar over the most trivial of things, seemingly at the drop of a hat.

Anyway, this morning we have another instance of endless Muslim outrage.
CINCINNATI, Sept 24 (Reuters) - A car commercial proclaiming a jihad on the U.S. auto market and offering "Fatwa Fridays" with free swords for the kids is offensive and should not be aired, Muslim leaders said on Sunday.

"They are planning on launching a jihad on the automotive market and their representatives would be wearing burqas ... ," Mirza said. "They mentioned the pope in there and also about giving rubber swords out to the kiddies -- really just reprehensible-type comments."

Details of the radio ad, which has not yet been broadcast, have been reported in the local media, but officials at the dealership declined to comment about the content of the radio spot.

He also said the Council on American-Islamic Relations would likely contact the dealer to "offer some kind of cultural or sensitivity awareness training."
Actually, it sounds kind of funny, like something out of the old movie Used Cars. But, nooooo. Like the current uproar by the world's Catholics over Madonna's mock crucifixion during her stage show, Ohio's Muslim community is offended, offended they tell you! by radio commercials which haven't even been aired as of this time. I know, I'm sounding like your average white American reactionary, you know the kind of idiot who says something like, "We called the one black kid on our high school football team "N_____" all the time and he didn't seem to care."

But that's not it at all. I am just fed up with religion in general and monotheism in particular. And I have a simple solution for bringing about harmony among all the adherents of the world's three great monotheistic traditions, three nuclear bombs: one for Jerusalem, one for Mecca and one for Vatican City. We could also do with smaller conventional bombs on the Thomas Road Baptist Chruch in Lynchburg, VA and Pat Robertson's home in Virginia Beach, VA for starters. Maybe a nuke on Salt Lake City for good measure.

My message to all the world's religious leaders: Grow the fuck up.

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