Blogwrath Mohammed Day,” marked on May 20, was started as a demonstration in defense of free speech, inspired by the so-called Danish cartoons, which depicted the founder of Islam. Needless to say, that didn’t work well – the usual Muslims response when their religion is discussed in an unflattering way is threats and more threats. Because of the Muslim death threats, Molly Norris, who started the event, had to go into hiding and change her name. She disappeared completely and nobody knows whether she is dead or alive.
In Toronto the event was marked by the free speech activist Eric Brazau. Again, needless to say, that event didn’t go well either. Canada has become so deeply engulfed into the multicultural “nirvana” that every attempt to make the point that we have in our country cultures and ideologies, which simply don’t fit our traditional values, is met by hostility and suppression.
Brazau was recently sentenced to nine months in jail for “hate speech” – which was based on a single flyer critical of Islam that he distributed several years ago. That failure of the Canadian judicial system shows how far our authorities have gone to accommodate one of the most violent religious ideologies in the world.
Eric Brazau has held similar events before – like the protest against aMuslim supremacist sign painted on a mosque wall and another appearance at which he was arrested for mocking Islam.
His favourite method is a satirical street performance during which he assumes the persona of an imam giving a mock sermon. Just like it was in the communist countries, the political satire in Canada is a dangerous endeavor that could land you in hot water (unless you mock Christianity).
For the Draw Mohammed Day, Brazau brought downtown cartoon artwork, easels and art supplies.
He placed everything at the corner of Bay and Dundas streets, asking the people passing by to make their own renditions of the founder of Islam. There were a few, who did that.
However, many more got totally pissed off about the initiative. Brazau was attacked; they swore at him and even told him he was going straight to hell. Other than Muslims, who were the majority among the upset people, there were plenty of downtown lefties, who chastised him for violating the multicultural harmony.
Most of the encounters were captured in a video, which you can see below.
There was not much action at that corner, so Brazau decided to move the show at a place with a higher pedestrian traffic – at the corner of Yonge and Dundas, right in front of the Eaton Centre.
That brought him more action than he could handle. The Muslims soon swarmed him, yelling and screaming, oblivious to the fact that in Canada we have a right called “freedom of speech.” They simply couldn’t comprehend that somebody may criticize their religion in public.
A valuable addition was a Muslims tranny (below), telling everybody how he became transgender, but he still was a Muslim. The fanatics around him grudgingly accepted his “support” – after all he was doing their dirty work. He was attacking Christianity by yelling “Fuck Jesus” and “Allahu Akbar.” You can see and hear that creature near the end of the video.
Many of the threats came from the group of Muslim fundamentalists distributing free literature (most of it printed in Saudi Arabia), which promotes Islamic supremacy and even wife beating, like the booklet shown in the pictures below – Women in Islam.