GERMANY: ‘Freedom Instead of Islam’ anti-Islam cartoon competition

Under the motto “Freedom instead of Islam,” the German anti-Islam PRO-NRW political movement has launched a competition to find new and creative anti-Islam cartoons and artworks. (5…4…3…2…1…Let the deadly Muslim riots begin!)

Islam vs Europe  There are prizes of 200 euros for the winner, and 150 and 100 euros for the second and third-place entries respectively. The artworks – which can be cartoons, collages, films, installations – will be exhibited outside controversial mosques and Salafist Islamic centres on a courageous 25-mosque tour which the movement is planning to undertake. 

The action is a sign that the values of freedom must be actively represented and defended … There can be no areas where artistic freedom and the freedom to express opinions does not apply. The attempts at politically correct regulation of democratic criticism of Islam are not worthy of a free, constitutional state and only show that we have already gone some way towards totalitarian Islamism.

Jörg Uckermann, Chairmain of PRO-NRW is a former burgomeister (district mayor) who once represented the mainstream conservative CDU/CSU party grouping (Merkel’s party) in Germany. NRW means North-Rhine Westphalia, a heavily Muslim-colonised region of Germany. 
Says Uckermann,
“We must not accept that under the protection of religious freedom areas are established that may not be criticised. As a totalitarian ideology characterised by a narrow, political worldview, Islam itself tolerates no criticism. We have seen what the effects of a religiously-themed cartoon are. There was massive resistance to it. In these cases, the freedom of press and religion was loudly emphasised.
But now we are seeing that state institutions which are actually obligated to show religious neutrality are also sanctioning criticism of Islam. Political groups or media are being criminalised. High-profile activists like Michael Mannheimer, who warn of the islamisation of Europe, are being prosecuted as criminals. Thus the free, democratic constitutional order incorporates the intolerant standards of Islam.
We need loud protests to be raised up against this. With the media and cartoon competition, PRO NRW wants to send a message. Citizens, who who are committed to maintaining the rights of freedom and who criticise an anti-freedom religious community now need to raise their voices.”
Entries can be sent in by email to: info@pro-nrw.netYou have to give them credit for an extraordinarily bold initiative. Let’s see whether this gives rise to more theatricalised outrage a la Mohammed cartoons.
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  1. This is the beginning of the end for Islam.

    When artists SEE something, society must follow. Artists have seen the ugliness of Islam, its supremacism, intolerance of the ‘other’, racism and misogyny.

    Islam is being exposed. No one has any respect for this DEATH CLUB FOR MEN.

    • Sod all? Or how about, live in a third world cesspit under a mantle of fear, threats, intimidation, oppression, violence and unending misery. ishitelm has nothing to offer the world whatsoever. It has no place in the civilised world.
      Are you high on something, or what?

      • Either James is being heavily sarcastic, or… well, sucks. In any case, never mind that book, but those cartoons? Oh an absolutely brilliant idea, the more the merrier, let’s show who’s the boss of freedom, and it sure ain’t the muzzies!!

        And if these guys indeed are going to exhibit outside of ‘enemy territory, they’ll need protection because to say that these fanatics will be foaming at the mouth is a serious understatement.

    • How can islam offer anything to a free society, they are the most uncivilized people on the face of this earch. I don’t want to live in what they call “civilized”.

  2. Good, muslims need to learn that we are free, and we are not going to cave into their selfish and ignorant demands.

    Somebody needs to make a cartoon of a German pissing on mohammed’s grave!~~

  3. All the Darkness in the World cannot put out the light of one small candle.

    Once more into the breach Dear Friends.

  4. Yes!!If we had more freedom to carry guns around we as citizens,especially in the planes,could of held them up..by the time we all waite for the cops or other law enforcement,the innocent(s) victims are already dead!.

  5. How about a mo doggy grooming contest. This thought came to me while looking at my mother in laws shaggy Bichon Poodle. Entrys would present shaggy dogs groomed and dyed to resemble the pedo prophet who after all is the quintensential son of a bitch.

  6. Freedom of speech is the life blood of democracy. Cartoons of religious dogma is a great way to bring attention to the truth. I pray that there are many cartoons to put a bright and shining light on the evils of islam. Evil can not live in the light of truth.

  7. What a terrific idea.
    It is disgraceful what Muslims are trying to do to wonderful countries and neighborhoods all over the world.

    Why should everyone else live in fear?

  8. This contest is made for you Bni and easy couple hundred german marks if you don’t have to go over there to collect ! if you was to go over there you might not make it back ! then what do we do.

      • they threaten you because you tell the truth about them, they want to live in the dark like cockroaches and expect everybody else to as well. NOT HAPPENIN’~!~!

      • If a single hair was harmed on your fair head, you know we who come to our second home here would LITERALLY be picking up the torch.

        (I love that last cartoon, too – will have to use it in my show-notes on BTR 🙂

  9. Godblessed good idea! Unfortunately, I have no artistic skill nor graphic talent.

    I’d like to see the silver frame enclosing the al-Ḥajar al-Aswad at one corner of the Ka’aba depicted as a toilet seat, mounted horizontally instead of vertically as it is, of course. I hope that someone will take this concept and run with it.

    The image should include a roll of Koran t.p. hanging near the seat of Isdamn. ;~)

    • At the time that American cartoonist (now in hiding) wanted a Draw Muhammad Day, I thought that there should be a Limerick competition.

      I think most kids tried that in their teens, usually with sexual or scatological overtones.

      That way, all of you who are good at the keyboard, but bad at drawing could make a contribution to the betterment of humanity.