Own Your Own Turban Bomb!
Date: Tuesday, April 07, 2009 @ 16:34:02 EDT
Topic: Liberty

Baron Bodissey

Everybody who is anybody has seen Kurt Westergaard’s famous Mohammed cartoon.

Ol’ Turban Bomb is the iconic image for our time — at least amongst the growing number of Westerners who are resisting the Islamization of their countries.

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Now you can own a signed and numbered copy of Mo, and at the same time help the International Free Press Society raise money. Visit the Turban Bomb page at IFPS for purchase instructions:

Remember the Danish cartoon crisis? Riots and mayhem, trade boycotts, burnt-down embassies, more than 100 killed in violent demonstrations, death threats against artists and editors. All of it the result of the Danish daily Jyllands-Posten‘s decision to publish 12 cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammed on 30 September 2005.

One cartoon in particular stood out as the focus of world-wide Islamic rage and has since acquired the status as the iconic image of our age: Kurt Westergaard’s drawing of the prophet with a bomb in his turban.

This is the picture that won Kurt Westergaard world fame but also meant that he has been forced to live under constant police protection ever since its publication. Despite contracts on his head and determined efforts by Islamists to kill him, Kurt Westergaard has never recanted and never apologized for being a free artist.

Now you can own your exclusive reproduction of this icon, which has never been offered for sale before.

In collaborati with the artist, the Free Press Society in Denmark and the International Free Press Society have printed up a limited edition of 1000 copies.

Each copy is individually numbered and signed by Kurt Westergaard.

The picture is printed in durable colors on fine paper 42 by 21.5 centimeters, suitable for framing. It will be delivered in a solid cardboard tube.

It can be yours for US $250, postage and handing included, but exclusive of customs dues or VAT where applicable.

The proceeds from this offer will go towards the International Free Press Society’s continuous campaign for free speech.


This article comes from SouthernWolf.net

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