Monday, 19 December 2011


On dealing with primitive stone-age superstitions

By our Neolithic correspondent Infidel Kastrovic

Time Magazine, in its official bleat of submission to the barbarian cultthroats who fire-bombed Charlie Hebdo’s offices, makes, among other cretinous remarks, the following one:

Okay, so can we finally stop with the idiotic, divisive, and destructive efforts by “majority sections” of Western nations to bait Muslim members with petulant, futile demonstrations that “they” aren't going to tell “us” what can and can't be done in free societies? Because not only are such Islamophobic antics futile and childish, but they also openly beg for the very violent responses from extremists their authors claim to proudly defy in the name of common good. What common good is served by creating more division and anger, and by tempting belligerent reaction?
My reply is as follows:

Devotees of primitive stone age superstitions like Islam are not noted for their subtlety. The only way to ward off their persistent snarling encroachments on our freedoms is to exercise such freedoms to the utmost, in a wanton, blatant, provocative, in-your-face and irrepressible manner. Any less forceful response will just bounce off their armor-plated egos like a rubber ball.

Consequently the only reasonable way of proceeding with these moral pygmies is to mock and ridicule their crude superstitions as offensively, as shrilly and as deafeningly as we can.

If they reply with violence we will fight back, and them some!

Our motto is:


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