Thursday, January 08, 2015

Cartoon Blasphemy of Holocaustianity Damned by the West


Hot air windbags throughout the West are today proclaiming their defiant support for “blasphemy” of religion of the kind the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists specialized in with regard to Islam.

We don’t know if Douthat’s sincere or not. Here is our e-mail to him:

Dear Mr Douthat: Very nice rhetoric. Question: is your pledge selective or absolute? If selective, it means nothing. It only signifies the right to blaspheme against that which you oppose.

Here is a test of your professed ideals: will you "welcome and defend" the satirical comic book Tales of the Holohoax?

The cartoons in this comic book blaspheme the execution gas chambers of Auschwitz and associated mythomania.

-- Michael Hoffman (end quote from our e-mail to Times’ columnist Douthat).
We also take this opportunity to challenge revisionists around the world, as well as Muslim media, to ask, what are you doing to publicize the disparity between the publicity and support accorded to anti-Islamic cartoons, and the damnation and denunciation leveled at the Tales of the Holohoax comic book, for which two men in Britain, Simon Sheppard and Stephen Whittle, have been imprisoned?
Here is a golden opportunity to show up the hypocrisy of kosher-conservatives in America, and people like German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Israeli mass murderer Binyamin Netanyahu, who support the arrest and imprisonment of anyone who dares to blaspheme Holocaustianity   the civic religion of the otherwise agnostic West  while proclaiming the right of freedom of expression for those who blaspheme Islam.

Fantastic opportunities like this come along once or twice in a lifetime. At this moment, as these words are being written, truth campaigners have a tiny window, a cubic centimeter of chance, to use the horrible massacre at the offices of the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists to focus attention on the demonization of cartoons that blaspheme the most sacred icon of the West —  the supposed homicidal gas chambers of Auschwitz —  even as Zionist thought police have the chutzpah to lecture Islam on lightening up and being able to take a joke.

All it takes is getting Tales of the Holohoax and the demonization of its author and jailing of its distributors, into the international discussion and to the attention of reporters and columnists, and have it “go viral.”

If we can break through the media curtain we will unmask the inquisitors and religious fanatics who denounce Muslims for transgressions against liberty for which they themselves are guilty.

When asked by Judaic reporter Sheldon Kirshner for his reaction to artists and writers who would dare publish cartoons satirizing the gas chamber hoax, cartoonist Art Spiegelman replied: People who subscribe to this view can only be combatted with a bullet.”  Source: Canadian Jewish News, Oct. 20, 1988, p. 10.



a said...

wiki leaks just had a great tweet about this.

aferrismoon said...

Do you have any opinion on the printed leaflets reading 'JE SUIS CHARLIE'.

Some have noted the 'similarity' the the name 'Jesus' also the initials 'JC'.

Personally I was wondered about the connexion to Charles Manson , one of his aliases being Jesus.

It does seem odd to me that these placards were printed up in 3 languages , ready for the evening 'candlelight vigil' performance.
Almost military precision.


Michael Hoffman said...

JesuisCharlie seems straight forward

But these are side issues. Why aren't we confronting the anti Muslims and Zionist with the Tales of the Holohoax satire?

Who or what continues to distract from that focus which could yield such huge dividends?

aferrismoon said...

The Cryptocracy puts up placards to deflect from core issues [ real freedom of speech] and attempts to addle the mind with either purely emotive thinking, or , in my case, 'twilight language' [which has perhaps been appropriated from earlier research , such as yours and others,and due to its popularity has become a mainstay of media-focussed events].
A constant stream of misdirection and pitfalls.


Noor al Haqiqa said...

Je suis Charlie + Je suis no thoughts of my own.

The entire "We are all" movement was stolen from the Palestinian movement ~ rather fitting I suppose, all things considered.

A good concept, powerfully utilized, trashed into a meaningless concept stripped of all power.