Widely considered to be part of the Christian Right "lunatic" fringe, Pastor Terry Jones nonetheless capitalized on the sentiment of Bachmann and others by premiering his "International Judge Muhammad Day" video (in which Muhammad hangs in effigy and noted Obamaphobe James Manning is quoted) and posting Sam Bacile's video.
Run out of Germany by his own congregation for using church funds to sustain a lavish lifestyle and forcing members to work in his faith-based enterprises for little or no money, then fined by the German state for giving false credentials (he stated he had a doctorate in theology when he did not), Jones turned to Florida to rebuild a ministry base on hatred of Islam and gays. It is not surprising, therefore, that the film he posted portrays Mohammad as a militant, child-molesting bi-sexual who hates Christianity.
irony of consciously provoking violence to depict a "violent
religion" might be lost on someone as hell-bent to portray the evils of
Islam as Pastor Jones.
The portrait of Jones as a publicity-hungry
fringe personality, however, may not be lost on the American public.
AUTHOR'S WARNING: The film clip looks to be a parody of sorts, but it unfortunately is not: too closely melded into a fabric of horrendous storytelling are fake beards, poor cine-cuts, bad acting, melodramatic dialogue worthy only of SNL's discarded scripts. It is so gut-wrenchingly bad, it cannot even be elevated to the level of camp classic. Mohammad is nothing but a p*ssy-whipped megalomaniac bent on pederastic rape and mindless plunder.
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