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. Watch here at the 28:41 mark.

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. 

Geert Wilders Mohammad Cartoons Video Aired on Dutch TV Today

After the Dutch TV channel that was supposed to air it last week "accidentally" didn't, they did so today. It's the last thing jihadists & leftists want to see, (which is why there's a "content warning" on Youtube for it), but it ended airing on TV, which is Great.


Tuesday, June 23, 2015

If the "White Guys" at Marvel Comics were Serious about "Diversity"...

Marvel's Super Racists

There are racists. And then there are the Super Racists at Marvel Comics.

Marvel writer, Brian Michael Bendis, admits to crying after his adopted 4 year old African-American daughter put on a Spider-man mask and cried out, “I’m Spider-man!” But then the writer tells the New York Daily News that he cried, Not because his daughter ignored the fact that Spider-man is a man, or even white, but because "I realized my kids are going to grow up in a world that has a multi-racial Spider-man, and an African American Captain America and a female Thor.”

This is Racism, giving race a status it doesn't deserve and placing it above the virtues that make a superhero a superhero.

As Dr. Michael J. Hurd puts it in his piece, “Spider-man vs. the Racism of the Politically Correct", which cites me and uses my graphic “Affirmative Action Comics":

“The kind of mentality who would change the racial make-up of an already established character is just as racist as the kind of mentality who would never want to see a black, or gay, or female superhero. How so? Because this sort of mentality is no different from the actual racist, who makes race the all-important or most important factor about a human being.

While it’s certainly true that a racist would not want Spider-Man to become black when he was previously white, isn’t it just as racist to demand that Peter Parker’s race change from white to black? Racism means fixating on race as the most important characteristic, when it’s irrelevant to the stature and character of a superhero.

Martin Luther King and civil rights leaders from the 1960s were supposedly fighting for a color blind society. Instead, we have turned into a color obsessed society. And to state that plainly will only get you labeled a racist by PC bullies who contribute nothing whatsoever to cultural development, aside from neurosis and psychopathology dressed up as sophistication.

Fawstin is absolutely right. It’s implicitly insulting to blacks, gays, and others — as a group — to insinuate that nobody would ever want to read about or watch a superhero who isn’t white and straight. These PC bullies think they have us. “Oh, so you don’t want to have a gay or black superhero? You homophobe! You racist!” But they’re the ones who don’t believe that other types of superheroes could make it on the marketplace. They’re the ones insisting that we utilize the previous success of a character who happened to be white to provide the new black, Asian or gay version of the character with status he hasn’t yet earned on his own.

It is affirmative action, applied to comics.”

Read his excellent piece here.

UPDATE: The Latest example of Marvel's Super Racism

Sunday, June 21, 2015

Karl Marx Rove Says Repealing 2nd Amendment Will Reduce Mass Murders

"Now maybe there’s some magic law that will keep us from having more of these (mass murders). I mean basically the only way to guarantee that we will dramatically reduce acts of violence involving guns is to basically remove guns from society, and until somebody gets enough “oomph” to repeal the Second Amendment, that’s not going to happen." -Karl Marx Rove

This is a totalitarian answer, despite what Rove apologists are desperately saying. 

Let me add:

At a time when Obama's pushing for gun control again, leave it to Karl Rove to entertain the idea of repealing the 2nd Amendment in order to reduce gun violence, however unlikely even *he* thinks that is. HE proposed the totalitarian idea- something that even Obama wouldn't dare utter out in the open- and those of us who are calling Rove out on it are being told by his apologists that he didn't actually say what he said.

And one more thing:

To Karl Rove apologists who've put me on their *hit list because I called out his talk of repealing the 2nd Amendment as a solution to lessen gun violence: While, as you note, he Did add that he didn't think that was going to happen ... he also said that it won't happen "until somebody gets enough “oomph” to repeal it. "until". Now, let's say that "oomph" comes about. Will Rove be on board? No doubt, and with an "oomph", especially if we get the misfortune of yet another pathetic Bush presidency.

Last thought (responding to yet another Rove apologist): No one who believes in our fundamental right to self-defense would so comfortably speak about repealing our right to bear arms, and would Never say that it Might be repealed if "somebody gets enough oomph" to do so. Stop apologizing for this statist.

Two more things (last?)  

Karl Rove apologists who are arguing that he didn't say what he said about repealing the Second Amendment: you at Least have to conclude that He thinks it's negotiable.

Supporters of the fundamental right to self-defense would Never invoke the idea of repealing the 2nd Amendment as an answer to lessening gun violence.

Saturday, June 20, 2015

Salon.com Damns Itself

Geert Wilders To Show My Mohammad Cartoon on Dutch TV

Now, from what I just found out, the broadcaster showed the wrong video "accidentally" earlier today when it was supposed to air, and will show the one below two more times within the next few weeks. "accidentally". 

Update: Geert Wilders just tweeted that the first airing, after the "accident", will be next Wednesday the 24th of June at 17:55 pm

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Anyone Call For "Gun Control" After Garland?

That tweet is my most popular of the day, and I first made the observation last month on Dana Loesch's show.

Sunday, June 14, 2015

Today's "Islamophobes" are Yesterday's "Naziphobes"

phobia- a persistent, abnormal, and irrational fear of a specific thing or situation that compels one to avoid it, despite the awareness and reassurance that it is not dangerous.

It’s rational to fear an irrational, political religion like Islam.

“Islamophobia” is a myth like “Islam means peace”, created by the Islamic enemy in order to shut down criticism of Islam.

My Latest Mohammad Cartoon...

...but Only those who Truly believe Islam is moral can see it. 

Friday, June 12, 2015

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Tuesday, June 09, 2015

FOX Business channel Shows Billboard with my Mohammad Cartoon

UPDATE: Here's the video

Someone on Twitter just alerted me that Lou Dobbs on Fox Business channel showed the billboard with my Mohammad cartoon on it. After a month of talking about, but Never showing my cartoon, this is a first for FOX. I hope it's not the last, and I hope their flagship channel, FOX News, shows it as well. Megyn Kelly, who's talked the talk on Free Speech, should show it on The Kelly File. We'll see.

Monday, June 08, 2015

My Winning Mohammad Cartoon on Billboards

When Western media acts like Muslims and refuses to show Mohammad cartoons, (Including the self-advertized "Most Powerful Name in News", Fox News) Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer & the organization AFDI (American Freedom Defense Initiative) decide to put my Mohammad cartoon on 100 billboards. For starters :)

Full story at Breitbart 

Wednesday, June 03, 2015

Can US Media Celebrate Both Bruce Jender & Islam?

Bruce Jender is a troubled woMan, and seeing a pro-islam media celebrating him brings this picture to my mind...

Tuesday, June 02, 2015

Media Portrays Muslims Badly?

After hearing a number of Muslims bitching about how the media portrays them, as if they haven't been portrayed in as favorable a light as possible for Years, I had to put it in words...

Muslims: "The media portrays us badly."Media (if they were honest): "Are you F'n kiddin' me?! We kiss your Asses day and night and Still your reputation is in the toilet! Blame yourselves!"
Posted by Bosch Fawstin on Monday, June 1, 2015

Monday, June 01, 2015

Bacon Soda

I made a tweet about the pathetic story of the Muslim woman who cried over an open can of soda, and someone responded with...