All right, mamas and daddies, unwind your minds and rethread your heads, because I, DJ Wolfman Jihad, am gonna present to you now a platter that matters, a beat that’s sweet — that’s right, I am gonna lay a rhythm riff on ya to make groovin’…behoovin’.
It’s my man Busta Rhymes’ new single, “Arab Money,” and baybeeee, it’s got the dhimmis over across the pond in a twist:
Radio station Galaxy FM has suspended two broadcasters for playing a controversial new song which some claim is offensive.
The title of Busta Rhymes’ single Arab Money has been branded racist and the rapper is accused of mixing up elements of the Koran.
The song has barely been aired in the UK for fear of upsetting listeners.
And, uh, for fear of getting blown up. But here at Radio Free Jihad Watch, we are waaaaay past that. And that freedom of speech thang? We are, like, all over that. So don’t get me wrong: it isn’t that I, DJ Wolfman Jihad, Papa Soul himself, think that Busta’s latest joint is great art, yo. Nor am I into offending peeps, just in case anyone is really offended by this, know what I’m sayin’?
What Papa Soul is saying is that other groups have to put up with plenty of offense all the time, and if they speak up they’re decried for censorship. But when it comes to Muslims and Islam, we all better shut up and toe the line, or else. And that, my friends, is ominous.
Yo, Busta! Welcome to the fraternity of Salman Rushdie, Theo van Gogh, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Geert Wilders, and so many more. You’re in good company.