Saturday, April 2, 2011

Seething In The Middle East

In the news are stories about Afghans rioting and killing U.N. workers and one another as a reaction to some nobody in Florida publicly burning a Koran. At the same time, the administration is dropping real bombs on Muslims in Libya, and no one seems to be much concerned, outside of the U.S. Congress. Why is this?

Well, it's simple. Islam, you see is not so much a religion as it is a death cult. One advances to Heaven by offing ones fellow man. Or woman or child. But not just any unfortunate passer-by will do. Some are worth more than others in the game of Holy Bingo. Here's how you tell:
Print this out, fold it in the middle, laminate it in plastic, and you too can keep track of how close to all those virgins you actually are. Lest anybody become confused as to what exactly constitutes an apostate, it's anyone who attends a mosque other than yours.

In Libya, apostates are being killed on both sides of the battle lines, so that's good. In Florida however, no one was killed at all, an oversight the Afghans are dealing with with great enthusiasm.

Hope this clears things up.

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