March 9, 2007, - 2:36 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Hahaha. I’m laughing at Comedy Central and all of you who will watch “The Axis of Evil Comedy Tour“–its unfunny show of Muslim and Arab comedians–Maz Jobrani, Ahmed Ahmed, and Aron Kader–on Saturday Night.
I’m laughing because it’s better than crying over how pathetic the network and all of its dhimmitude viewers are in giving a forum to a group of Arab comedians who want to make fun of our legitimate fears after 19 of their brethren murdered 3,000 Americans, and countless more of them want to murder infinitely more of us.
And that’s funny. Isn’t it? Hmmm . . . did the passengers on the plane with the Flying Imams think it was funny? Or how about those jokesters who allowed themselves to be run over by their cab driver, Ibrahim Ahmed, in Tennessee? Or those silly people who happened to be in the line of the jeep of Mohammed Taheri-Azar in North Carolina? Haha funny. Ditto for those people killed at Trolley Square in Salt Lake City and the Jewish Community Center of Seattle. Hilarious.
So, the way to solve Muslims and Arabs attacking Americans is to . . . give them a Comedy Central show to laugh about it. Hahahahahahaha.
Damn. Too bad there wasn’t Comedy Central around in the 1940s so that German American Bund members could joke about those concentration camps with the funny smells and ashes emanating from them. They could have called it “The Third Reich SS Waffen Crematoria Comedy Tour.” Hilarious.
And FYI, there’s even more dhimmitude than I originally diagnosed with Comedy Central’s “The Axis of Evil Comedy Tour.” One of the comedians (and I’ve seen them elsewhere–they ain’t funny, so they’re really not comedians) on this show got an award in Aspen as the best comedian at a recent comedy festival there. Except the guy–a Palestinian Muslim–really didn’t win. Actually, a Jewish comedian won. He got the most votes. But the PC forces there wanted a Muslim to win, so they made the Jew and the Arab co-winners.
Ain’t that sweet. Where’s Joe Pesci’s Tommy DeVito character from “Goodfellas” when you need him? Haha, funny.
Tags: Ahmed Ahmed, Aron Kader, cab driver, comedian, German American Bund, Goodfellas, Ibrahim Ahmed, Jewish Community Center of Seattle, Joe Pesci, Maz Jobrani, Mohammed Taheri-Azar, North Carolina, Salt Lake City, Saturday Night, Seattle, Tennessee, Tommy DeVito, Trolley Square