May 08, 2015

Bosch Fawstin, winning Garland "Mohammed" cartoonist: Polls show "far more Muslims are bloodthirsty than act on it themselves"

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The winning cartoonist from the Garland, Texas event that spawned a failed terrorist attack says he will keep drawing Mohammed but Bosch Fawstin has a message for those that claim he is doing all of this out of bigotry.

I interviewed Fawstin, a former Muslim, about why he draws Mohammed, why he will keep doing it and the threat to free speech posed by those that volunteer to live under Sharia law in North America.

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commented 2015-05-13 19:46:16 -0400
She should run for president.
commented 2015-05-12 15:28:04 -0400
Great interview with Mr. Fawstin Brian. I cannot believe that this is even being discussed. It actually shocked me that people would feel that people do not have the freedom to speak (or draw) whatever it is they want, as long as no harm is caused to others. I was very surprised that Robert Spencer said that he was not surprised at the response from certain people, when I watched him on Megyn Kelley’s show, and I completely agree with her stance on this subject. Why are Pam Geller and others involved in this Freedom of Speech Art Exhibit subject to this endless speculation about their motives?
Thank you Rebel Media for showing the cartoons!!
commented 2015-05-10 17:54:05 -0400
Dan….ultimately the pen might be mightier than the sword, but there are always a lot of victims along the way. Personally I’m arming myself to the teeth.
commented 2015-05-10 13:42:15 -0400
Joan, I’d like to tweak what you said in reply to Christopher Jones, a bit, from: "Neither multiculturalism or feminism were designed to divide and conquer. Their core value is equity under the law as protected by our Constitution. ", to this: ‘Multiculturalism and feminism were developed or taken over, in order to divide and conquer. Their core value – as written – is equity under the law as protected by our Constitution’ – which is completely different to how the ‘nice sounding words’ are actually used! See examples at the so-called Human Rights Commission and Tribunals and the so-called Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
The roots of feminism were in the Industrial Era, where women strove to keep the family unit intact. Today, ‘radical feminism’ is all about hating/belittling men or a perceived patriarchy, working against the traditional family unit, by supporting socialist/collectivist policy and being completely silent on the true enemies of women, like Islam, the left and all ‘progressives’ who want to take away our God given rights in the process of smashing everything good that made us strong!
The enemy is ignorance, apathy, fear and complacency…
commented 2015-05-10 13:01:52 -0400
The pen and ink is mightier than the sword…
commented 2015-05-09 17:18:18 -0400
Vlad Johnson, Al (Arabic word for “The”)
Ilah (pagan moon God) Thus “Allah”
commented 2015-05-09 16:00:46 -0400
Joan Abernathy – I disagree.
Feminism is DEFINITIVELY an ideology.
Defn: Ideololgy – the body of doctrine, myth, belief, etc., that guides an individual, social movement, institution, class, or large group.
And although I realize the definition of Feminism is all about supposed “equality” – it is deconstructed based on the assertion that women are somehow defacto “unequal”. I submit that is demonstrably false. Instead, Feminism is all about advancing women’s interests over men. Please see very popular video by Lauren Southern on this website.
Also, this one =>
commented 2015-05-09 11:52:42 -0400
Brent McFadden. I disagree.

Neither multiculturalism or feminism were designed to divide and conquer. Their core value is equity under the law as protected by our Constitution.

The enemy is supremacist ideologies including supremacist Islamists and Muslims, and pro-global-caliphate imperialist jihadis.
commented 2015-05-09 11:47:22 -0400
Superb interview with Fawstin.
commented 2015-05-09 09:15:00 -0400
Sharia like other cults are dangerous, but the real hidious culprits are the enablers at all levels in corporations/political parties/local city halls ignoring encouraging going along to get along! But of course the whole reason for multiculturalism like feminism was designed to divide and conquer and it’s working. Know your enemy and it ain’t Muslims! Alberta just got rid of a party of enablers and now through protest vote installed a party with no souls, if this country (YOU) don’t act to clean out the enablers we deserve what we get but our kids don’t! Damn idiots!
commented 2015-05-09 00:21:59 -0400
Wayne Freeman is dead on. My answer is to make all the lefties responsible for these people. For example, if Khadr or anyone under him commits a terrorist act, his lawyer, judge, Liberal and NDP parties, Toronto Star, Ottawa Citizen etc. should all be DIRECTLY held responsible. They should have to issue a national apology with all their leaders/directors/CEO being incarcerated as aiding and abetting or being an accessory to the crime.
commented 2015-05-08 14:34:04 -0400
A radical Muslim will kill you, a moderate Muslim just wants the radical to kill you.
commented 2015-05-08 14:22:34 -0400
I stand with Bosch Fawstin, Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer & Geert Wilders and their position regarding Islam and am glad that TheRebel is willing to present the truth on this matter. After yesterdays release of the terrorist Omar Khadr it is more important than ever that the word get’s out about the truth of Jhiad and the caliphate.
commented 2015-05-08 14:22:19 -0400
Robert Dick you are so very right. “Moral clarity” is exactly what I thought too. Mr. Fawstin (andPam Gellar) have my total respect.
commented 2015-05-08 14:19:19 -0400
I repeat. There are no moderate Muslims. True, not all Muslims are Jihadists. However, the deafening silence from the Muslim majority regarding the violence that is taking place, reinforces that majority’s willingness, to permit, if not condone, the Jihadists’ imposition of Islamic Idealogy on thosed who do not wish it.
commented 2015-05-08 14:19:16 -0400
One phrase comes to mind listening to Mr. Fawstin – Moral Clarity. What an inspiration to freedom loving, truth seeking people everywhere.
commented 2015-05-08 12:39:56 -0400
Good interview Brian. Bosch Fawstin is a brave man and a right man, his actions and his words speak for themselves. I must add that the Rebel is also brave and correct in airing this and brining to us all the truths that you guys do daily.
I for one (and I know that there are many others) stand with Bosch Fawstin and the Rebel and fully support the work and views that you are doing.
How do we get cowards like the CBC to change or disintegrate, disappear. Because I know for a fact that people who are decent, good people watch and listen to the CBC, (I know lots of them, they are my friends and some are even family) because they have little choice. I am 67 years old and most of my friends are in the same age bracket and are not computer literate, in fact I can name a few that do not own a computer, so they get their news from the TV. They believe the biased reporting, believe the lies by omission, do not know about certain very important events on the political scene because CBC will not report on them. Some or all of these people I speak about are forced to watch and get their news from the CBC cowards because the CBC is the most prominent news caster on TV.
So again how do we change all that. I tell everyone I know about the Rebel and I post the Rebel on my Facebook page, But is this enough? Surely there is more or something else we can do to push the cowards out.
commented 2015-05-08 12:20:29 -0400
I remember, back in 1963, when my university paper published a cartoon of a gorilla crucified on a cross, as a comment on the controversy over the scientific theory of the evolution of man as opposed to the biblical account of creation. I thought the cartoonist and paper would be severely chastised in that era of religious influence, but nothing happened. This and similar transitional events encouraged us, as a society, to publicly question the tenets of religion as we had not done so before in common discourse. So, there is some hope that Islam will also evolve similarly over time. But the fact that we used to burn heretics and apostates at the stake, too, does not mean we should return to that time in some misguided homage to the human rights of Muslims. Muslims do not have the right to kill us because we express disagreement with the beliefs of Islam. It is ironic that our largely secular society should abdicate its freedom of speech to religious oppression.
commented 2015-05-08 11:09:05 -0400
allah who?