2001 South Park Episode "Super Best Friends"
South Park ran an unedited image of Muhammad in 2001 in an episode called “Super Best Friends“… and nothing happened.
In fact, the episode had been on the South Park website for viewing at any time for the past few years (they just removed it)… and nothing happened.
For 4 seasons they had that image in their opening segment for every single show… and nothing happened.
So for years on end no Muslim group, “radical” or otherwise, has threatened Matt and Trey or Comedy Central about the image of Muhammad that has been available for all to see every single day.
All of a sudden last week a group called “Revolution Muslim” threatened violence against Comedy Central if they aired an image of Muhammad which forced Comedy Central to censor the show and now you have even liberals talking about those “radical Muslims” and their threats of violence. Karl Rove couldn’t have done it any better.
Problem is, Revolution Muslim was started and run by a “converted” Israeli settler who studied at an orthodox rabbinical school in Israel before becoming a settler in the occupied territories.
Looks like Adam Gadahn (Adam Pearlman) , Yousef al-Khattab (Joseph Cohen) and their phony friends are replaying a virtual version of the 1970 "Peacenik (COINTELPRO) riots at Disneyland. I guess the spook boys figure we're really emotionally attached to cartoon characters.
UPDATE: I was going to post a link from the South Park studios where you could e3nd messages of support but at the moment their database seems not to be working. As soon as their system is back I will update again.