No dhimmis in 1940
Way back in the long-lost mists of yore, when we had the guts to defy an enemy, we produced some fine caricatures of Hitler, Mussolini and Tojo. Not only that, we put together some animated cartoons and songs toward the same end. I was going through my old radio tapes, looking for an example of Spike Jones's work, either "In der Fuhrer's Face" or "Ve don't like it", to use as an analogy. Turns out I didn't need
an analogy, because Spike Jones managed to take a few whacks at Mohammed! The satire isn't quite as sharp as Der Fuhrer's Face, because we weren't at war with Arabs at the time. Nevertheless, it shows a fine lack of respect -- or rather, lack of submission. I especially like the ending....Listen to it! (2MB MP3)
1. This version was played by the Billy Mills band on Fibber McGee's show in March 1940. Spike Jones was part of the Mills outfit at that time, while he built up his own group.
2. Turns out the song had quite a few bawdy variations, which Google will find for you, until its patented Dhimmitron technology picks up the pattern of disrespect for the Prophet and cuts the links. Look under Kafoozalem or Kafoozalum.