Neal Boortz Says prophet Muhammad is just a phony rag-picker

So, after a very short time of searching, I found out that the U.S. media is full of racists, Islamophobes, idiots, imbeciles, and bigots.

Here is another one just like Don Imus and speaking about Don Imus, there is a web site made especially to support that racist. Those supporters of Imus kept on checking my blog yesterday and a couple of them left me hate comments.

Well, today`s racist who works in the Zionist-backed U.S. media is Neal Booze, sorry, Boortz.

Neal Boortz

  • On the August 3, 2006, edition of his nationally syndicated radio show, Neal Boortz asked his audience: “I want you to think for think for a moment of how incompetent and stupid and worthless, how — that’s right, I used those words — how incompetent, how ignorant, how worthless is an adult that can’t earn more than the minimum wage? You have to really, really, really be a pretty pathetic human being to not be able to earn more than the human wage. Uh — human, the minimum wage.”
  • On the July 19, 2006, edition of his radio show, Cox Radio Syndication’s The Neal Boortz Show, Boortz claimed that “at its core,” Islam is a “violent, violent religion,” and said, “[T]his Muhammad guy is just a phony rag-picker.” Boortz asserted that “[i]t is perfectly legitimate, perhaps even praiseworthy, to recognize Islam as a religion of vicious, violent, bloodthirsty cretins.”
  • On the March 31, 2006, broadcast of his radio program, Boortz said that then-Rep. Cynthia McKinney (D-GA) “looks like a ghetto slut.” Boortz was commenting on a March 29 incident in which McKinney allegedly struck a police officer at a Capitol Hill security checkpoint. Boortz said that McKinney’s “new hair-do” makes her look “like a ghetto slut,” like “an explosion at a Brillo pad factory,” like “Tina Turner peeing on an electric fence,” and like “a shih tzu.” McKinney is the first African-American woman elected to Congress from Georgia.
  • On his March 27, 2006, radio program, Boortz suggested the U.S. government should “store 11 million Hispanics” who entered the country illegally in the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans before deporting them to their home countries.
  • In a December 12, 2005, weblog post, Boortz predicted that California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) would commute the sentence of convicted murderer Stanley “Tookie” Williams to life imprisonment because “Schwarzenegger knows full well that as soon as Tookie’s death is announced there will be riots in South Central Los Angeles and elsewhere.” Boortz wrote that “[t]here are thugs just waiting for an excuse … not a reason, an excuse” and explained that “[t]he rioting, of course, will lead to wide-scale looting.” Boortz added: “There are a lot of aspiring rappers and NBA superstars who could really use a nice flat-screen television right now.”
  • On the October 24, 2005, broadcast of his radio program, Boortz suggested that a victim of Hurricane Katrina housed in an Atlanta hotel consider prostitution. “If that’s the only way she can take care of herself,” Boortz posited, “it sure beats the hell out of sucking off the taxpayers.”
  • On the October 14, 2005, broadcast of his radio show, Boortz stated that if the country is faced with an impending national disaster, then “hell, yes, we should save the rich people first. You know, they’re the ones that are responsible for this prosperity.”
  • On the August 17, 2004, broadcast of his radio show, Boortz, in response to reports from Florida that looting was occurring in Hurricane Charley’s aftermath, said: “If they see someone looting, shoot him. They go up there, they just spray paint an ‘L’ on him and get about their business, and then after everything is over, they can go collect them all and bury them in a mass grave.”
  • On the July 21, 2004, broadcast of his radio show, Boortz referred to McKinney as “the cutest little Islamic jihadist in Congress.”

9 Responses to Neal Boortz Says prophet Muhammad is just a phony rag-picker

  1. Bill Poff says:

    Neil Boortz is a big mouth but Muhammad was nothing more than a good con man and today’s Al-Qaeda members are nothing but a bunch of looser cocksuckers who can’t make it in the real world.

    Someday our country will wake up and realize that a good raghead is a dead raghead. Personally, I wish Al-Qaeda would target Hollywood and leave it a smoking hole. Perhaps then the outcry will be loud enough for us to drop a few nukes on Saudia Arabia, Pakistan, Iraq, Iran and other similar sewers that spew forth hatred and violence toward the US.

  2. Freedom says:

    It is filed under “freedom of speech” dude.

    How dare you whine about this, when your breathern say all sorts of hateful things.
    Death to America Death to Israel Jews are Apes and Pigs. etc. etc.
    Time to grow up.

  3. Ahmed Ismail says:

    stop all thet “freedom of speech” crab. People don`t buy that sorta talk any more. When someone speaks his/her mind about Jews and Zionists, they call him/her anti-semitic and when someone speaks ill about Islam and Muslims, it`s “freedom of speech”?
    What a justice!!!
    So, Freedom, nice try, but it`s too cheezy, man. Try something else because this broken CD is not working any more.

  4. SMB says:

    I strongly condemn Bill Poff’s comments. His comments do not represent the average American sentiment. This is what people say when they are deathly afraid of what they do not understand. It will be moderate Westerners and moderate Muslims, and moderate Jews who create a world we can all live in.

    It’s hard for a lot of cultures to imagine, but in most of the Western world you can say anything you want, and as long as you’re not libeling, slandering, or threatening, you cannot be censored for it. This even pertains to people who speak badly about other’ religion. It is important for all nations to adopt laws protecting freedom of speech. This is not a double-standard, I don’t know about Europe, but there are probably almost as many Jew-haters in the US as there are Islam-haters, but that’s not something your media tells you.

  5. Freedom says:

    I do not know where you live, or are from, which ever applies.

    Do the people have the freedom to say as they please there?

  6. SMB says:

    If you’re referring to me, Freedom, I am from the USA, but travel internationally for a living. In the USA and a good portion of the world, people can say 99% of the most offensive, inflammatory, rude, cruel, irresponsible garbage their little imaginations can create, but just because you CAN doesn’t mean you SHOULD (ie. Don Imus). People who are socially irresponsible enough to intentionally and publicly imply that genocide is what’s best for an entire race or religion should not wonder why there is such hatred and conflict in the world, or be stupid enough to blame it on anyone other than themselves. This is not to say that Bill Poff deserves to die, but his comment did nothing to advance his cause (whatever that is).

  7. Freedom says:

    No SNB I was not speaking to you. I was speaking to Ahmed Ismail.

    I will address your statement though.

    “just because you CAN doesn’t mean you SHOULD”
    I agree. But the right to freedom of speech should continue.

    What about Al Sharpton?

    1995: When the United House of Prayer, a large black landlord in Harlem, raises the rent on Freddy’s Fashion Mart, Freddy’s white Jewish owner is forced to raise the rent on his subtenant, a black-owned music store. A landlord-tenant dispute ensues; Sharpton uses it to incite racial hatred. “We will not stand by,” he warns malignantly, “and allow them to move this brother so that some white interloper can expand his business.” Sharpton’s National Action Network sets up picket lines; customers going into Freddy’s are spat on and cursed as “traitors” and “Uncle Toms.” Some protesters shout, “Burn down the Jew store!” and simulate striking a match. “We’re going to see that this cracker suffers,” says Sharpton’s colleague Morris Powell. On Dec. 8, one of the protesters bursts into Freddy’s, shoots four employees point-blank, then sets the store on fire. Seven employees die in the inferno.

    But he didn’t waste one moment to publicly express his outrage against Imus.

    Besides political correctness is taking away our freedom of speech. I think anyone should be able to say what they wish. No picking and choosing what is aceptable and what is not, by certain groups. Mark my words. It may not always be about what you are against, it may someday be about what ‘you’ say.

  8. SMB says:

    I agree with you, that freedom of speech is paramount to civilization. You present a very good point. I strongly oppose censorship.
    I will maintain, however, that hate speech like this gives radicals the sense of moral superiority they REALLY don’t have.

  9. Freedom says:


    “I will maintain, however, that hate speech like this gives radicals the sense of moral superiority they REALLY don’t have.”

    You have a point as well.

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