Thursday, December 27, 2007

By Popular Demand: Saint Pugnacious Sings "Infidels"!

Saint Pugnacious
(Image from BBC News)

Yesterday, which happened to be "Boxing Day," we learned that Omar "St. Pugnacious" Bakri thinks that Christmas should be "completely forbidden" but also that "Christmas Day would be the perfect day to launch a terror attack on the UK."

Bakri has not yet realized the contradiction in these two thoughts -- if Christmas were "completely forbidden," how could he "launch" his "terror attack" on Christmas Day?

"Ah," retorts Bakri, ever quick on his toes, "the attack would launch on Ex-mas Day!"

Then, from on those ever-quick toes, Bakri launches himself into a grand jeté, lands softly, performs a pirouette, and breaks into his favorite tune, "Infidels," an Islamist adaptation of that lovely Christmas song "Silver Bells," first sung by Bob Hope and Marilyn Maxwell in the 1951 comedy, The Lemon Drop Kid.

Enough of that trivia, heeeeere's Bakri!
Ex-mas makes you feel emotional...
It may rain body parts through thoughts devotional.
Whatever happens, inshallah, may be,
Here is what Ex-mas time means to me.

City sidewalks, risky sidewalks,
Dressed in
houri-day style,
In this lair, there's
a feeling of Ex-mas.

Children coughing, people passing
out mile after mile,
And from every street coroner, you'll hear:

Infidels (infidels)...
infidels (infidels)...
It's Ex-mas time in the city:
(Clear the infidels, go...)
Wring-the-things (wring-the-things)...
hear them scream (hear them scream)...
Soon it will be Ex-mas Day...

City street lights, even stop lights,
blink a bright red and green
As the chopped ones' crushed homes
lose their treasures.

Hear the snow crash, like an avalanche.
This is Al Harb's big scene,
And above all this
hustle, you'll hear:

Infidels (infidels)...
infidels (infidels)...
It's Ex-mas time in the city:
(Clear the infidels, go...)
Wring-the-things (wring-the-things)...
hear them scream (hear them scream)...
Soon it will be Ex-mas Day...
Happy Holidays to all my readers, from Gypsy Scholar . . . and even from Saint Pugnacious.

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6 Comments:

At 6:35 AM, Anonymous Sonagi said...

Thanks for the chuckle, and a Merry Christmas to you and your family.

 
At 7:16 AM, Blogger Horace Jeffery Hodges said...

Sonagi, I hope that my Islamist-inspired parody of "Silver Bells" will bring only chuckles to all . . . though I suspect that it might warrant a fatwa in some circles...

Anyway, Merry Christmas to you as well.

Jeffery Hodges

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At 10:55 PM, Anonymous Sonagi said...

With all your blogging on Islam and Islamists, you probably already are on the radar.

 
At 7:20 AM, Blogger Horace Jeffery Hodges said...

Sonagi, that may be, but vast numbers of non-Muslim bloggers these days are blogging on Islam.

I'm not part of those networks, for I don't usually join movements (nor do I like the directions that some anti-Islamist networks are headed), but given the nature of my websearches, I've noticed their prevalence.

So, perhaps I'm largely ignorable...

Jeffery Hodges

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At 6:15 AM, Anonymous Malcolm Pollack said...

A delightful holiday ditty, Jeffery. Thanks.

I suppose I might be on that "radar" myself...

 
At 6:43 AM, Blogger Horace Jeffery Hodges said...

'Tis the season to be jolly . . . or else.

Jeffery Hodges

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