An unfortunate man in Pakistan, named Taimoor Raza, was recently sentenced to death for posting blasphemous content on Facebook against the Prophet Muhammed and his two wives. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/12/world/asia/pakistan-blasphemy-sentence.html?_r=0
I didn’t see the posts, so I have no idea just how blasphemous this content is. But when I read news stories like this, I feel very glad to be an American. Here, we can blaspheme to our heart’s content, and face no legal consequences.
I follow no religion, but I am kind of sympathetic toward Buddhism. Nonetheless, it’s refreshing to know that you and I can say something like “Fuck the Buddha!” and not risk going to jail.
But this is mainly a Christian country. Just the same, we can also say, “Fuck Jesus!”, and not risk jail or execution. America. What a country!
I support Taimoor Raza. And as a show of support, I’m going to commit all kinds of blasphemy against the Prophet Muhammed (and his two whoring wives). This is for you, Taimoor:
The Prophet Muhammed is a dirty cocksucker. Not a clean cocksucker. A dirty one. He only likes the dirty cocks that have already been up his ass.
The Prophet Muhammed humps camels and eats pig shit.
The Prophet Muhammed beats his wives when they don’t share any of the money they’ve made from turning tricks.
The Prophet Muhammed is an atheist. (Ooh, that’s a real bad blasphemation.)
The Black Stone at the Kaaba is made out of the dried, hardened shit from the Prophet Muhammed. At one time it was much larger, but the Prophet ate most of it.
If you are an Islamic-American, I suspect you may feel rather disgusted from reading these blasphemous insults. I understand. But I believe that if you truly support our Constitution, you will wholeheartedly support my right to post this material.
It is not enough to just condemn terrorism.
Neither is it enough to just condemn what Pakistan is doing to Taimoor Raza.
If you want to convince me that you truly stand for the American way, you must strongly support my right to post this material.
And you must advocate for Taimoor Raza’s right to do what he did, in Pakistan.