The Mo Teddy Photo Essay

 So, this old british teacher lady decided one day to have her kids vote on naming a Teddy Bear…

 …which the kids decided to name "Mohamed"…..

 Which pissed off all of those people to the point of asking for her head…


 …and got her coward of a Boss to fire her ass and say he had nothing to do with her…


 ..and managed to get her 15 days in jail and a deportation sentencing (instead of 40 lashes mind you) , all because she asked kids to name a teddy bear… you will all forgive me when I find it kind of hard to to believe, that this Teddy bear is part of some plot to insult Islam and make muslims look bad..


 …when Muslims always manage to do such a fantastic job all on their own!

Just trying to give credit where credit is due y'all!

PS: apologies for using this photo essay- which will probably insult the intelligence of many readers of this blog- to try to make my point. After watching this unfold for the past few days I've come to the conclusion that there are for more retarded people in the world then I ever imagined, so I figured a simplified photo essay with not too many words might just do the trick. Gotta reach out to them, man, they are too many to kill. Unless we remove the safety warnings off of everything and have the problem work itself out. Ahh, one can only dream!  

0 comment on The Mo Teddy Photo Essay

  1. AF
    November 30, 2007 at 7:01 pm

    I had the same reaction to this story. I knew that there were a lot of retards out there, but never would i have thought that there were that many utterly dum fucks running around. ya rab eshfee ba2a!

  2. Toady
    November 30, 2007 at 7:04 pm

    I suspect the Sudanese government was more offended by her teaching the kids about ‘voting’ and ‘democracy’

  3. JAS
    November 30, 2007 at 7:26 pm

    And such demonstrators always think that they are making some kind of special statement. “I am a lunatic” T-shirts should be distributed at every such event.

  4. K from Oslo
    November 30, 2007 at 8:35 pm

    I wonder how much those people got payed for demonstrating?

  5. superluli
    December 1, 2007 at 12:09 am

    there’s only one word that describes this situation


  6. anonymous
    December 1, 2007 at 5:06 am

    It is indeed sad that the most of the muslims lack the education and understanding of their own faith. Too many sheep and not enough educated intelligent shepherds. The Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) would be saddened and shaking his head no doubt.

  7. Ali
    December 1, 2007 at 7:38 am

    the trouble with acts as stupid as the Sudanese government’s is that they are extremely mediagenic, even though they are isolated.

    The mass murder of tens of thousands Muslims in Iraq at the hands of American Christians or mass murder of Arabs in Lebanon at the hands of israeli Jews never translate into a condemnation of Christianity or Judaism, but the incredibly stupid act of jailing a poor English woman in Sudan or condemning another poor Muslim woman in Saudi Arabia, who was was gang-raped, become useful incidents to condemn 1.3 billion Muslims.

  8. Georg
    December 1, 2007 at 8:21 am

    “What has happened was not haphazard or carried out of ignorance, but
    rather a calculated action and another ring in the circles of plotting
    against Islam,” the Sudanese Assembly of the Ulemas said the statement.

    “It is part of the campaign of the so-called war against terrorism and the intense media campaign against Islam,” they said.

    PLEASE, please, some-one (who knows what he/she’s talking about) tell me that the Sudanese population in general views the Sudanese Assembly of the Ulemas as a bunch of irrelevant loonies and not as some kind of organisation legitimized to represent Islam…

  9. forsoothsayer
    December 1, 2007 at 9:29 am

    i have to agree with Ali above….however, the problem is that those actors you mention do not commit their atrocities IN THE NAME OF islam – they never say their actions are justified by any religion. whereas these nutters like in Sudan and Saudi Arabia do justify their actions in the name of Islam. they think their acts are sanctioned, even mandated, by Islam, and although people may argue that they are wrong, it’s hard not to take their word for it.

  10. USpace
    December 1, 2007 at 10:56 pm

    Great pics! Green Ink has a great cartoon of a MoTeddy, THAT would get the European Muzzies rioting too.

    This would make a wonderful Ramadan gift. A New Dark Age is Dawning has a link to them for sale at the Cafe Press store.

    Calling these ignorant freaks in Sudan human garbage is just too kind. Oh so peaceful, effin SICK animals…

    absurd thought –
    God of the Universe says
    give a pig a prophet’s name

    glorify the godly swine
    and thank him for his bacon

    absurd thought –
    God of the Universe says
    outlaw all teddy bears

    before some little kids
    try to honor a prophet

    absurd thought –
    God of the Universe says
    pay your teachers with DEATH

    for visiting to help out
    your ungrateful country

  11. yochanan
    December 2, 2007 at 12:17 am


    you can’t make this stuff up

    except for the poor moonbat liberal woman this is ROFLM(TOUCKAS)O FUNNY.

  12. Moey
    December 2, 2007 at 2:50 am

    LOL, thinking of it? is the name mohamad an insult.

    I feel like it became one.

  13. Moey
    December 2, 2007 at 2:52 am

    they just can’t get the idea… the kids bnamed the bear mohamad because they loved the name…

    sorry for having 2 comments ar the same time…

  14. Adam B.
    December 2, 2007 at 11:11 am

    7. Anonymous:

    Let’s hope so…!

    8. Ali:

    Huh? What mass murder? 90% of all deaths in Iraq are comitted by extremist assholes blowing up other muslims. 8% are civilian casualties because extremist assholes love to hide behind others when fighting. 1% are the result of f*cked up western soldiers, who are almost always tried and punished severely for their actions.

  15. Ola
    December 2, 2007 at 3:50 pm

    “Huh? What mass murder? 90% of all deaths in Iraq are comitted by extremist assholes”

    that’s the mother of all BS.

    before the US invasion, no such violence existed. Do you think those suicidal types were afraid Saddam would kill them?

    Are you saying the fact Polish and French soldiers in WII rounded up Jews that this is a Polish problem not a German problem?

    the fact the Nazis provided an umbrella for the mass murder makes the Nazis ultimately responsible for the genocide. The fact the US invasion and occupation provides the umbrella for this Iraq genocide, either during sanctions when over half a million Iraqi children perished for lack of “dual use” medications; and during the invasion and after the invasion makes the US ultimately responsible, legally and morally, for the Iraq genocide. you don’t throw a match in the fire and blame the gasoline.

    your argument is as obscene as that of a colonialist blaming their mercenary armies for war crimes.

  16. tommy
    December 2, 2007 at 9:30 pm

    before the US invasion, no such violence existed. Do you think those suicidal types were afraid Saddam would kill them?

    Muslim extremists never care when it’s other Muslims, even secular Muslims like Saddam, oppressing other Muslims (witness the Muslim world’s non-reaction to Darfur). They only care when it’s “Crusaders” trying to foster democracy among a Muslim people – that calls for wailing, gnashing of the teeth, and suicide bombings directed against civilians.

    Are you saying the fact Polish and French soldiers in WII rounded up Jews that this is a Polish problem not a German problem?

    Are you saying America is secretly orchestrating the suicide bombings and insurgent slaughter in Iraq? Because Eastern Europeans who participated in the Holocaust were certainly organized by the German SS. It seems to me that insurgents in Iraq are largely operating in opposition to the American presence.

  17. Nomad
    December 2, 2007 at 10:56 pm

    Are you saying the fact Polish and French soldiers in WII rounded up Jews that this is a Polish problem not a German problem?

    Ola, hop !

    where did learn that french soldiers round up jews?

    don’t you are aware of what the MSM was spreading since 2003 ?

    that we are surrender monkeys, meaning we previously surrounded to the Germans, following the argument, therefore that our army didn’t had an existence anymore, so we had no sodiers who could possibly did that work

    but if you were talking of the militias that the Vichy government created as Gestapo infeoded, yes there was such insane men who did help.

    now, I was just correcting your words, not commenting further on it

  18. Adam B.
    December 3, 2007 at 10:55 am

    19. Ola:

    No, before the invasion such mass murders were state sponsored, such as the gassing of kurdish villages.

    And yes, I DO believe that suicidal types were afraid of Saddam – middle eastern regimes are usually much harder on insurgents than western regimes. Plus, as noted above, muslims usually don’t give a shit about oppresing regimes as long as they are oppresing muslim regimes – Saddam may have been quite worldly in his approach to tyranny but he was still a Sunni nevertheless…

    Do you blame everyday crime on your government or on the criminals? The US can not be held accountable for muslims bombing/shooting/beheading other muslims.

    The sanctions imposed on Iraq were a UN-decision, and thus is not to be blamed on the US.

    A slight re-wording of your last argument: If someone throws gasoline on a match, don’t blame the one who lighted the match!

    Sorry, but your narrowmindedness is as obscene to me as mine obviously seems to you.

  19. Anthony Atheist
    December 3, 2007 at 11:27 am

    This digression about the Iraq conflict is off-topic. The topic is Islam, and the fact that Islam alone among modern faiths sanctions extreme violence towards those who insult or belittle its sacred scriptures or its prophet.

    Not to mention the fact that Islam, alone among modern faiths, marginalises women, and prohibits dissension – apostacy is punishable by death in many muslim states.

    I would like Muslims to acknowledge that, and to advise the rest of us why we should accept this, and how they can reasonably expect non-Muslims to respect or tolerate this sort of behavior.

  20. Gerry
    December 6, 2007 at 4:42 am

    Sorry to disagree, but they are not too many to kill.

  21. USpace
    December 12, 2007 at 1:36 am

    It’s good to see more atheists waking up to this real threat. Now just start convincing any leftie friends you have. Thank God for Christopher Hitchens.

    The great and brave Oriana Fallaci used to say: “I’m an atheist, thank God.”
    absurd thought –
    God of the Universe wants
    monkey clowns to rule

    preaching that what I want
    is to bring back the stone age

    absurd thought –
    God of the Universe says
    Sharia MUST rule Earth

    other planets way ahead
    in bringing back stone age

    absurd thought –
    God of the Universe says
    KILL ALL homosexuals

    according to Sharia
    the Left will not condemn you



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