“Everybody Draw Mohammed Day” – 20 May 2010, Join In And Protect Freedom Of Expression
In response to the vile ‘warning’ of South Park creators after they produced an episode with Mohammed in a bear suit it has been declared that 20 May 2010 is designated “Everybody Draw Mohammed Day”. We need to make sure that Islamic extremists understand our commitment to freedom of expression, and that we will not be intimidated. Non Muslims are not obliged to respect or revere this little man from Mecca, and Muslims living in the West are free to laugh at Mohammed with the rest of us, or laugh at anybody else. They are also free to abandon Islam altogether which I hope many of them will do. See the following article entitled ‘Leaving Islam? Get Help’.
It is your opportunity, if you so wish, to lampoon, mock, and deride the big M until your heart’s content, and to do so as part of a global resistance movement against sharia. Muslims across the world must realise that freedom of expression is a non-negotiable right that we will defend to the last. They must realise that their so-called prophet had many faults and these faults should be highlighted because so many misguided people see him as the perfect man. If he was the perfect man then the world is in serious trouble!
Our political leaders may see it fit to bow and scrape to Islamists and throw away our freedoms but the people are not obliged to be so servile. So, join in the artistic festivities on 20 May for the first ‘Everybody Draw Mohammed Day’ – hopefully it will become an annual event (now added to Counter Jihad Calendar).
This one’s for you Mo! – and we are laughing at you, not with you:
Something to get people thinking about their possible artistic creations: