Where Angels Don’t Fear to Tread: Mohammed’s Back

No way I could credit every blogger through the circuitous route I took to find these:

Angels Tread on Mohammed

Angels tread on Mohammed.

Mohammed and Koran in the Dirt

Mohammed, with his dick in the dirt, clinging to his Unholy Koran.

What is this fantasmagorical work of art? It’s a Church pulpit from the 17th century in Dendermonde, which was made shortly after The Battle of Vienna.

The pix first appeared on this blog over two years ago, but now, of course, The Religion of Hatred, Violence and Death – that would be Islam – has discovered it, and all of the hell that is Islam is properly breaking loose.

Guess what? Now, the historic pulpit requires police protection.

Let me reiterate: Islam is evil, Mohammed was no prophet, and Allah is not God. Any religion that is an enemy of Israel is an enemy of God. It’s exactly that simple. Allah is a mask Satan hides behind, and five times every day, Moslems bend the knee to Baal.

This was widely understood in the seventeenth century. Now, in The Age of Endarkenment, this knowledge has ben mostly lost. Pity. Shame.

Thanks to Brian Ledbetter and too many others to credit.

8 Responses to “Where Angels Don’t Fear to Tread: Mohammed’s Back”

  1. lotocoti Says:

    The way those bitter people cling to their guns and religion, you’d think they were all Pennsylvanians.

  2. SwinishCapitalist Says:

    Or Collingwood supporters.

  3. Angus Dei Says:

    Lotocoti, that was fracking funny!

    You owe me for the gulp of beer I laughed through my nose.

  4. tizona Says:


    Is what the lovely angels carry, by any chance The Ark of the Covenant?

  5. Angus Dei Says:

    Ooooo! Tiz, I’ve been following that exposition since 1999 or thereabouts. Interesting stuff.

    No, the sculpture is just a pedestal for the pulpit, where the priest preaches from. Even better! LOL!

  6. spacecadette Says:

    because of this…
    i’d have to forgive myself for having belgian carpets.

  7. bingbingloveshisblingbling Says:

    What #6 means is that a couple of weeks ago, when she I unraveled her ‘Egyptian’ carpets she’d had stored for a couple of years, she was disappointed when I checked the tags and revealed they were all Belgian.

    Now she’s not so disappointed.

    In fact, without calling to check because she’s still in class, we’re both utterly delighted!

    And Cid, that’s what I thought when I saw the pics. Beautiful, isn’t it?

  8. Paco Says:

    Man, I’d sure like to have one of them thangs! I’d put it right out in front a’ my pork barbecue restaurant (the “Pigs And Christians Ordinary”). And for them what don’t know, “ordinary” is a old word for “restaurant” or “tavern”.

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