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RAGE BOY SIGHTING!!!!!! Anti-Denmark Day of RAGE; not so worldwide

ISLAMIC RAGE BOY IS HERE!!!!!

Indian protestor Shakeel Bhat (C) shouts anti-Danish slogans during a demonstration in Srinagar on February 15 2008, held to denounce the publication of cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed. Danish police said on February 12, that they had arrested several people suspected of planning to attack one of the cartoonists who drew controversial caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed for Denmark's biggest daily in 2005. (AFP PHOTO/Rouf BHAT)


I'll be scanning the wires all day—I'm fully expecting a roasted effigy or two, a dozen and a half burnt-to-a-crisp Danish flags, and more misspelled protest signs than one can shake a stick at before today's done. Keep checking back here for updates as the day progresses.

AS A REMINDER—For my more "progressive" readers (I know there's at least two of you out there!), these mindless masses are raging in the streets and burning stuff over this. Given that, what do you suppose their reactions would be to something more like this?

 


Update: Looks like the "worldwide" part of this protest was pretty much a dud. We heard from Pakistan, Kashmir, and Gaza—three of the most extreme outposts of militant Islam out there—but were met with silence in places like Indonesia, Egypt, and Yemen.

Perhaps the fires of rage aren't at their peak on this little event, and we need another week for the worldwide ummah to hear about the sins of the Danish? Or maybe, they're starting to figure out that the rest of the world isn't really all that enthralled with their continual rage?

Heh, as if! I'm sure we'll be seeing more fires a-burning next week. Hopefully with a reprise of the World-Famous Professional Protester, to boot!

To make up for the lack of "worldwide-edness" of this particular protest, here's a flashback to rage-ier times for you. Back before we even knew Rage Boy for the awesomeness that he is.

Which reminds me.... If any of y'all come up with some good Photoshop material of our little buddy, be sure to post it down in the comments section! Who knows—your parody just might be the winner of the next Offending Rage Boy contest!

Hahaha—The AFP chooses to blame Denmark for all of this "unrest?"

Yeah—What good has that whole "freedom of speech" thing done for the world, anyway?

See-Also: Gateway Pundit, Michelle Malkin, Astute Bloggers, Atlas Shrugs, Hot Air, The Pirate's Cove, Dogfight at Bankstown, Weasel Zippers, Jihad Watch (now he taunts me!), Geenstijl, Dumpert, Not Ready for my Burqua, Wind in the Wires.

Kashmir


The world-famous Islamic Rage Boy has made it to today's festivities! Notice how leaderly he's looking these days? He's on his way to becoming a Sheikh, I swear...

Oh, and notice that the wires identify him by name now? Mission accomplished.

(AFP PHOTO/Rouf BHAT)


(AFP PHOTO/Rouf BHAT)


[Ed.:—Haha, v& yet again!] (AFP PHOTO/Rouf BHAT)


[Ed.:—He seems to be getting quite chummy with the local police force.] (AFP PHOTO/Rouf BHAT)


Denmark (-istan)


From the captions, I see two general observations:—First, these fires were set by "demonstrators." Not rioters, not thugs. Yes, "demonstrators," as if any of these thugs have actual grievances that are worth considering.

It is interesting to note that none of our photographers on-site see fit to take pictures of said "demonstrators."

Secondly, police came out and made it very clear that they have no idea what sparked the rioting. None whatsoever.

Me personally? I think the photo of all of the cops calmly driving by a fire is just adorable—and it sums up the Danish government's response to open insurrection quite succinctly.

Firemen try to put out a fire at at Vaerebro elementary school that was set alight by demonstrators in Vaerloese, north of Copenhagen, late February 14, 2008. Seventeen youths were arrested after four nights of rioting in a number of largely immigrant neighbourhoods of Copenhagen, police said. REUTERS/Mogens Flindt/Scanpix (DENMARK)


What, did the elementary school hop out and insult the Prophet?

... Copenhagen Police spokesman Flemming Steen Munch said, adding police were not sure what sparked the violence. (MOGENS FLINDT/AFP/Getty Images)


(MOGENS FLINDT/AFP/Getty Images)


(MOGENS FLINDT/AFP/Getty Images)


And the policemen of the year award goes to:—

(MOGENS FLINDT/AFP/Getty Images)


This is worthy of highlight: Calls are beginning for the end of the above rioting in Denmark. Why should the rioting stop? Usually, one would comfortably say "because rioting and burning other people's property is wrong," but that's not what our enlighted imams say. Check out the full skinny in the caption below:

Imam Mostafa Chendid speaks at the Islamic Faith Community Center in Copenhagen, Denmark Friday Feb. 15, 2008. Chendid urged during the prayers for youths to calm down and stop the recent burning of cars and property, saying it was hurting the image of Islam. [Ed.:--NOT because doing so is "wrong." Classy!] (AP Photo/John McConnico)


Pakistan


Why spend your time educating your youth in practical things such as "science" or "math," when you can teach them to rage against the maaaaaan instead?

Wait a minute—That's exactly what we teach in our schools here in the United States, too. Nevermind. ;)

(AP Photo/Anjum Naveed)


(AP Photo/Anjum Naveed)


(AP Photo/Anjum Naveed)


(AP Photo/Anjum Naveed)


(AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)


(AP Photo/Mohammad Zubair)


... The placard reads " Mohammad, peace be upon him". REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN)


REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN)


REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN)


REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN)


REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN)


REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN)


REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN)


... The banner reads "expel ambassadors of all those countries who are involved in blasphemy". REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN)


Activists from Jamiat Talba-e-Arabia group burn a U.S. flag during a protest against the publication of a caricature of Prophet Mohammad in Karachi February 15, 2008. A Danish citizen of Moroccan descent and two Tunisians were arrested on Tuesday for planning to murder 73-year-old Kurt Westergaard, a cartoonist at Jyllands-Posten, the Danish paper that originally published the drawings in September 2005. REUTERS/Mohsin Hassan (PAKISTAN)


REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN)


(AP Photo/Anjum Naveed)


(AP Photo/Anjum Naveed)


(AP Photo/Anjum Naveed)


REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN)


(AP Photo/Khalid Tanveer)


REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN)


(AP Photo/Fareed Khan)


(AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)


Hamas-istan


The "Hamas-occupied" United Nations-occupied Gaza Strip joins the festivities.

REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)


Palestinians shout slogans during a protest organized by the Hamas movement against a drawing of the Prophet Mohammad republished by five major daily newspapers in Denmark which angered Muslims around the world when it was originally published in September 2005, in the northern Gaza Strip February 15, 2008. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)


REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)


(AP Photo/Hatem Moussa)


(AP Photo/Hatem Moussa)


(AP Photo/Hatem Moussa)


(AP Photo/Hatem Moussa)

  Rage Boy Sightings


Comments:

#1 Rune 15-Feb-2008
As a Dane I’m of course very proud that the great Islamic Rage Boy (pbuh) himself has honoured our small nation with his attention. Is there a fund of some kind a grateful Dane could contribute to, which would go to further the activities of the great IRB?
#2 Wake up America 15-Feb-2008
On February 11, 2008, we reported of Muslim students killing three, one of which was a police officer, after a Christian student returned to school from a two week suspension for drawing a caricature of Mohammed and posting it on a wall inside of the...
#3 Yiddish Steel 15-Feb-2008
I hope the state of Maryland had the gayest Valentine's Day ever!

http://www.someecards.com/upload/valentine_s_day/lets_make_this_the_gayest.html
#4 Erikk 15-Feb-2008
Does this guy have a contact address? - I'd like to book him for my kid's birthday party.
#5 Skul 15-Feb-2008
I wonder how many pig turds it would take to fill the goat lovers mouth.
What a pack of midieval cretins.
#6 Kevin 16-Feb-2008
The Gazans were outraged and riotous? Surely, Brian, you jest. Those people are among the most peaceful people on the planet!
#7 Colonel Panik 16-Feb-2008
Na na, na na na, my Rage Boy's back!

What's it been, about 6 months? Has he been cooling his heels in the Srinigar hoosegow?
#8 Irene 16-Feb-2008
I was trying to think of a profound, luminous, merciful string of adjectives to describe the human beings those pictures depicted; unfortunately, the only thing I could materialize was, "losers."
#9 another dhimmi 16-Feb-2008
Heres some of he´s peaceful friends:

www.myspace.com/peacefulislam
#10 Ron 17-Feb-2008
Does this Shakeel Bhat have a brother named Moon? LOL
#11 Pirate's Cove 17-Feb-2008

Happy Sunday! It is another fantastic day in America. The birds are chirping, a winterish chill is in the air, the Daytona 500 is going to be run today. Ah, to be in the best country in the world.
Patriotic Puppy joins this lovely lady as drawn by Gil...
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