Wednesday, September 02, 2015

September 2

Ayn Rand began writing her magnum opus, ATLAS SHRUGGED, on September 2, 1946. September 2 is also the day of the year on which the story opens, and a date which is noted several times throughout the novel.

From the novel: "A white rectangle hung over the city, imparting the date to the men in the streets below. In the rusty light of this evening's sunset, the rectangle said: September 2." 

Also, check out My Ayn Rand Print

Monday, August 31, 2015

The Infidel #3 is Finished

I just uploaded The Infidel #3 onto my iPad. I'm viewing it through iBooks just to see it in its final comic book form. I always love that first look at it as it's meant to be. It'll soon be available on ComiXology, I hope very soon. Here's a look at page one...

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Mohammad Was a Pig

A friend just sent me a link to Daniel Greenfield's latest piece at his Sultan Knish blog called "Mohammad Was a Pig". It's about how Israelis are being arrested for telling threatening Muslims that "Mohammad is a pig" and how the Truth about Mohammad must become common knowledge, because our lives Literally depend on it. Arrested. So my latest Mohammad cartoon is for Totiana Soskin (sentenced to prison for drawing Mohammad as a pig in the 90's, with the full support of our disgusting Clinton State Department of that time.), as well as the four Israelis who've been arrested for saying Mohammad is a pig, and for Anyone who Still gives a Damn for Freedom of Expression in a world where its enemies are everywhere, even running for U.S. president.

Thursday, August 06, 2015

Fox Blocks Cruz

Monday, August 03, 2015

Term "Islamic Totalitarianism" Implies That Non-Totalitarian Islam Exists

I reject the term "Islamic Totalitarianism" because it implies that a Non-Totalitarian Islam exists. Non-Totalitarian...
Posted by Bosch Fawstin on Monday, August 3, 2015

Friday, July 31, 2015

My Latest Rip Off "Artists"

UPDATE: I originally had Two Mohammad cartoons that I thought ripped me off, but it turns out that one of them was from 2010 which you can see here. I get ripped off so often that it's good to see that another artist had the similar idea, if not exact. Below is what I wrote earlier.

As you may know, I've had my art ripped off in the past, and I was just reminded of the post-Garland rip offs of my winning Mohammad cartoon. And worse, that one on the bottom right not only rips offs the idea of my Mohammad cartoon, but even pastes Kurt Westergaard's famous turban bomb drawing of Mohammad onto it.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Tuesday, July 07, 2015


If criticizing Islam = "Islamophobia", then why doesn't criticizing America = "Americaphobia"? b/c good can withstand criticism & evil can't
Posted by Bosch Fawstin on Sunday, July 5, 2015 

Wednesday, July 01, 2015

After Publishing Condom Pope, NYT Finds Mohammad Ad "Offensive On Religious Grounds"

Pamela Geller​ writes: "Last Monday, the New York Times ran a lavish full-color image of a portrait of Pope Benedict XVI made out of condoms. If they thought twice about offending Roman Catholics’ religious sensibilities, they gave no public hint of doing so. And so my human rights organization, the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI), decided to test their commitment to free speech by submitting an ad featuring a cartoon of Muhammad – the winning cartoon from our free speech event in Garland, Texas, which the Times had refused to run in their coverage of the jihad terror attack on our event." Read the rest at Breitbart.

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

My Appearance on Red Eye

Despite Fox News' prohibition on showing Mohammad cartoons, I was able to slip a sliver of mine on air, even though I didn't know it would show as it did :) Click the pic to view video of my appearance. 

Thursday, June 25, 2015

-S̶u̶p̶r̶e̶m̶e̶ ̶C̶o̶u̶r̶t̶ Justice


After scum on the supreme court upheld Obama(doesn't)care yet again, I posted this drawing of mine on Facebook on Twitter and a number of people oh so cleverly, and cynically, responded that America has actually "flat-lined". (Would they ever have put it that way without my drawing?) Americans who think America has "flat-lined" have flat-lined and won't fight. The rest of us realize that America is in critical condition and we need to Fight to save it.

IF the Media Supported Free Speech...

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

CBLDF Writes About "Cartoonists Under Fire" while ignoring This Cartoonist who was Literally Under Fire

UPDATE: I discussed this on Red Eye. See below.

Update: I just had an exchange on Facebook with the Executive Director of CBLDF on a friend's page. Click to enlarge and read: 

The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, which I've been a supporter of until now, just released the second issue of "Defender" which focuses on "Cartoonists UnderFire", and they completely ignore the Mohammad cartoon contest & Garland jihadist attack where this cartoonist was Literally Under Fire. I'm pissed off. Bad enough I work in an industry that's dominated by gutless leftists, but even the one place that supposedly defends Free Speech doesn't give a shit about Defending Free Speech if it disagrees with it. This Completely undercuts the idea of what kind of speech Should be protected. To Hell with them.

Update: I checked to see if they wrote about Charlie Hebdo, and of course they did, writing about the "Defiant Charlie Hebdo" in a sympathetic piece. Charlie Hebdo are "Islamophobes", but they're leftist "Islamophobes" dammit, so the CBLDF is okay with them.

Update 2: A few more thoughts. Here was the April announcement from the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund on their quarterly news magazine, "Defender":

"Comic Book Legal Defense Fund is proud to announce that CBLDF Defender, a new free quarterly news magazine coming to you from the front lines of the fight for free speech, is now available!"

"the front lines of the fight for free speech" they say, and I just got another death threat this morning. Disgraceful hypocrites.

Oh, and one more thing, in their two articles on Garland (with No mention of me, even though all the major papers did mention me) the CBLDF didn't show the symbol of the event, my winning Mohammad cartoon. Of course they didn't, and it just hit me. And though I've come to expect this from institutions that Don't fancy themselves on the "front lines of the fight for free speech", I expect more from those that claim to. 

UPDATE: I discussed this on Red Eye