Bin Laden on Motoons 2.0

Bearded cave-dweller Osama Bin Laden has released an audio tape in which he mentions the latest round of Motoon publications, claiming that they are part of a plot by the Pope.

He states that Europeans’ killing of women and children

paled [in comparison] when you went overboard in your unbelief and… went to the extent of publishing these insulting drawings.

This is the greatest misfortune and the most dangerous [...]

If there is no check on the freedom of your words, then let your hearts be open to the freedom of our actions.


7 Responses to “Bin Laden on Motoons 2.0”

  1. ziggy says:

    Osama Bin Laden’s comments betray the typical lack of moral perspective of the religious. Critiquing beliefs which have far-reaching practical consequences – even for those who do not subscribe to those beliefs – is worse than killing human beings!!

    So much for religion having any value for ethics!!!

    Religions generally have scant regard for humanity, focussed as they are on the posited next world.

  2. Stuart H. says:

    I thought the religious beardy with a bonkers following isn’t supposed to come back from the dead until Sunday

  3. NoJags Neil says:

    Fuck him and fuck his corrupt bedouin prophet.

  4. jr says:

    So he is still trying to make the turbomb cartoon look entirely accurate in its depiction of his religion. Twat.

  5. marc says:

    @JR: don’t you mean he’s *managing* to make the Turbomb cartoon an entirely accurate depiction. Most religions have a violent past, we’re just living in Islam’s.

  6. jr says:

    @marc, kind of looks that way. Just hoping the penny might drop some time and they change their PR outfit. The psycho cave beardies aren’t really positioning the brand anywhere good vis-a-vis the non-lunatic demographic.

  7. marc says:

    @JR. We can hope mate. What really bothers me at the moment is the way the Catholic church are meddling in British politics. I know this isn’t MWWs remit, but it’s a shame that it isn’t. Religious meddling in all forms is a bad thing.