Why do they hate our way of life? Because they hate freedom (especially freedom for their black slaves).
South Carolina is filled with traitors — traitors who literally started a war with the United States, because we would not let them keep the vast majority of their population as chattel slaves. And the people of this bog-state are apparently *flaunting* these terroristic inclinations even today, according to Wonkette operative “Ed M.,” who just drove through the enemy territory and reports that “the state’s flag, logo, license plates, commemorative thimbles, etc. all have crescent moons on them. Even the tree they have under that Christian-hating moon looks Islamic.” Is it time to send predator drones and then nuclear missiles to this place, to save America, because We Are At War With Dangerous Extremists?

Look at the image above. Almost impossible to tell which one’s the Saudi Arabian embassy sign and which one is the traitor flag of traitor South Carolina. Here’s a clue: The Islamic crescent moon is on the South Carolina flag, while the Saudi embassy sign has Slavic words, for Communism.

Some might want to excuse this outrage, “just this one time,” but it’s not a “one time” problem, as made evident by the South Carolina official state seal, which is an exact duplicate of the Saudi Arabian “coat of arms” — both show an Arabian palm tree with the swords of jihad crossed beneath, in mockery of our American god:
American Jesus has no patience for this 'Middle East' place, wherever it is.

If the enemy in South Carolina has its way, one day soon we’ll all be driving around with this license plate:
Come on, Rush, declare war on S. Carolina!

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  1. I heard that the prophet Mohammed, peace be upon him, hid in a Palmetto tree while General Sherman tried to install Shari’a law in Atlanta.

  2. My parents used to take me to Kiawah Island, which is a swanky resort off the coast of Charleston that was financed, in part, by a Kuwaiti company. For the longest time, I assumed that the involvement of the Kuwaitis explained the palm tree and crescent flags all over the place. It was only later that I learned that they were actually something to do with South Carolina.

  3. This makes Myrtle Beach’s rep as gay mecca — & even odder, Columbia’s as lesbian haven — all the more complicated.

  4. Do not ever try to keep up with SC fratboys drinking beer — drinking it fast is what they do, so fast it slobbers out the sides of their mouths and down onto their v-neck sweaters, which they tuck into their pants for some unaccountable reason. There is also much talk about “gamecocks.” It is very mysterious.

  5. I’ve thought this for a long time. I always wondered why so many rednecks were such flamboyant Muslims. But then I thought, “Maybe they have to be Muslim to get some sort of secret access to cheap gas for their ginormous SUVs”, which was the type of vehicle that always seem to have these stickers.

  6. Totally funny, but I am born and raised South Carolinian. Little history and botany lesson. It’s a palmetto tree, not a palm tree, and it represents Ft Moultrie defense in the Revolutionary War. The fort was made of palmetto tree logs, and absorbed the blasts of ship cannons.

    But in all seriousness, we heart Mohammed. For reals.

  7. South Carolina hates us because they hate our freedoms. More specifically, they hate us for forcing them to share those freedoms with the coloreds, the womenfolk and somewhat with the gays.

  8. Oh, this is too priceless, turning the wingnutty conspiracy “logic” back on to them.

    These trouble-making fucks should be at the top of the watch list, backdated to 1865.

    They got off light if you ask me. The whole state should have received the Carthage treatment as example to the rest of the traitors and insurrectionists. (Sadly, including both sides of my family tree in Mississippi. But justice must be done.)

  9. Maybe we are looking at this the wrong way. Wasn’t the Kingdom of Saud just a sandy wilderness with camel shepherds until Oil, BP, and wahhibism came along in the 1920’s and 30’s? So, who used who’s imagery?

  10. [re=576457]mdotsota[/re]: There used to be a Beaver College near me; they eventually changed their name because many porn filters blocked their website (previously they didn’t mind the snickering, because they sold a hell of a lot of t-shirts etc. for a tiny liberal arts school). I wonder if BJU has the same issues.

  11. In response, Juan McCain said, “That old, eh, that old Beach Boys song, Bomb South Carolina.” McCain then chuckled before briefly singing — to the tune of the chorus of the Beach Boys’ classic “Barbara Ann” — “Bomb, bomb, bomb, bomb, anyway, ah …. hengh?”

  12. [re=576447]the problem child[/re]: It gets worse. SC has two official state mottos. The other is “While I breathe, I hope”. Clearly an Obama reference.

  13. And here you thought those bar-b-q spots that served up only BEEF ribs and chicken were named after some hillbilly called “Hal Al” Think again, sheeple!

  14. One of these two places have governments that love the idea of torturing their own citizens, and want to establish theocratic law (also sometimes called “Sharia law”) not only within its own borders, but in other countries, by force.

    The other one is called Saudi Arabia.

  15. I’ve got a buddy who talks a little AAY-rab. He told me the word “palmetto,” roughly translates into “Death to Christians.”

  16. Oh, my — apparently Francis Scott Key had something to do with this (go to the Slavery and Islam section of the page) — he mailed a Muslim South Carolinian a Bible translated into Arabic. It doesn’t say if he got an English Qur’an in return — but wouldn’t that be the obvious choice? We should start looking in the Star Spangled Banner for hints of Mohammedanism.

  17. [re=576506]SayItWithWookies[/re]: This represents the best conspiracy theory yet: slavery was an Islamic plot to insert sleeper cells all across U.S. America. Now they cover SC, from Coward to Lynchburg.

    A-rab, Alabama, also.

  18. [re=576525]Ghostface[/re]: Because we do Daily Show-esque parodies of Andrew Breitbart’s obnoxious Internet Concerns? I thought it had more to do with the preening fixation on “culture”.

    Well, now that I stand corrected, I can go to all the wine-tastings and gallery openings I want, just as long as I’m not sarcastic on the Internet sometimes!

  19. The fort was made of palmetto tree logs, and absorbed the blasts of ship cannons.

    By fort you mean butt and blasts you mean butt sex.

  20. [re=576533]mumblyjoe[/re]: Actually, he’s right about me at least. I’m insufferable at parties, beginning the moment I cross from ‘delightfully buzzed’ to ‘shitface drunk.’

    And then I toss my cookies in the brie & arugula salad.

  21. [re=576525]Ghostface[/re]: Lighten up, Francis! If ever a state deserved hacking on, it’s South Fucking Carolina. It’s all just good, clean, mean-spirited fun.

  22. “South Carolina … started a war with the United States, because we would not let them keep the vast majority of their population as chattel slaves.”

    Hate to be serious, but South Carolina did not secede because of any actual action taken against slavery by the Federal government. South Carolina seceded even before Lincoln’s inauguration merely because they feared what Lincoln might do — despite Lincoln’s pledge that he would not interfere with slavery where it existed, only that he would oppose its expansion into the new (and Federally controlled) Western terrorities.

    In other words, the rich, white Muslins in SC yelled a big “YOU LIE!” at Lincoln even before he actually became President — in the end leading to the deaths of 600,000, the wounding of more than a million, and the economic and physical destruction of the South.

  23. [re=576506]SayItWithWookies[/re]: Also makes you reconsider the provenance of Jay Gatsby’s money. Or, should I say, Jalil al-Ghazbi?

  24. [re=576539]lizzieborden[/re]: Um, unless you’re a man, only the wimmins get mad when you get drunk at parties and show your rack. And not all the wimmins get mad.

  25. [re=576478]Radiotherapy[/re]: Either the Kingdom of Saud or Texas (cattle instead of camels). When a A-Rabs decided to form the oil cartel (OPEC) they needed a model. So they used the Texas Railway Commission that “regulates” oil production because oil moves and railroads move and it just made a whole lotta sense. Back then. Apparently.

  26. Who else remembers the right wing nut who got all upset about the special “Obama Flag” flying during the Presidential campaign – until someone else pointed out it was the state flag of Ohio?

  27. [re=576539]lizzieborden[/re]: No, I’m pretty sure that makes you… umm… what’s that thing called that’s the opposite of insufferable?

  28. [re=576533]mumblyjoe[/re]: Honestly, all the gallery openings and wine-tastings in the world wouldn’t be enough to make me want to live in a world where I couldn’t be sarcastic on the Internet.

    I can’t tell whether that makes me a good liberal, or a bad one, any more.

  29. [re=576455]Monsieur Grumpe[/re]:

    “South Carolina Prioritäten
    Begrenzen Regierung und Zunahme der persönlichen Freiheit. Wir sind als Verwaltung für die Ideale der Regierung begrenzt und die persönliche Freiheit verpflichtet. Einer der besten Wege, diese Ideen zu fördern, glauben wir, wird durch Eintreten für niedrigere Steuern und niedrigere Staatsausgaben.”

    Und next, Poland.

  30. [re=576560]Katydid[/re]: Depends what you mean by “rack.” Some guys have a rack upon which you could hang a decent size coat. That’s what I’ve heard, anyway.

  31. [re=576560]Katydid[/re]: It does depend on the rack; it could be an eighty-year-old or three-hundred-pounder flashing themselves, in which case it’s just “ew”.

  32. As a native South Carolinian, let me point out that no one has anything to worry about. South Carolina hasn’t succeeded at anything much in living memory other than creating barbecue and gated communities. Before that, the secession thing didn’t work out too well for us. The Governor, Legislature, and some of our Congressional representatives work hard at maintaining our perfect record. If anyone is going to be Islamic jihadists, you can just be glad it is South Carolinians rather than a state with a chance of success.

  33. [re=576539]lizzieborden[/re]: Heh! I vaguely remember autographing those things! You want your sharpie back? I still have it.

    (PS, I’m not really Robbie Benson, just a lookalike.)

  34. I wonder how many South Carolinians are discovering this frightening information about their flag RIGHT NOW from this Wonkette post.

  35. [re=576601]JMP[/re]: Well, let me assure you, for a 45 yo female, I have a rocking rack. Old school, like out of the 1940-50’s. Not those cone shape ones from the ’70’s.

  36. [re=576629]Lascauxcaveman[/re]: Hey, now I remember. Of course I now have an aversion to both brie and arugula, thank you very much. I got a new sharpie I keep tucked in my bra for just such occasions.

  37. [re=576525]Ghostface[/re]: “I’m as liberal as they come, but this is why you are insufferable at parties.”

    I hate parties. They always seem to end up with everyone naked in the hot tub, and who’s foot is that?, and who’s hand is that?, and so forth.

  38. [re=576468]mini_love[/re]:
    I think you guys are missing the point. FOX keeps bringing up stories on the new Missile Defense logo, Obama’s campaign logo, and the Nuclear Summit logo, saying how they are totally Muslim and Obama is a Muslim because he has put a Muslim Crescent Moon in it. They seem to find Obama’s secret Muslim messages everywhere but I doubt any of them would for a second think to bring up South Carolina’s Muslim flag.

    Also you are doing the Wonkette thing wrong. If you are taking anything here seriously then you are just awful.

  39. As someone obligated for family reasons to travel to South Carolina far too often, I find this post disheartening. Once the wingnuts – and their fellow travelers, the state’s general population – get wind of this, they’re going to demand that the only aesthetically-pleasing thing about the whole state be changed to some flag that will inevitably resemble a cross between the decor inside a Sons of the Confederacy lodge and a Balkan republic coat of arms (with shot-guns instead of swords).

    As Chris Rock once said about the Confederate-themed flag flying over the Columbia statehouse, they’d be better off replacing it with a picture of a Saltine.

  40. [re=576457]mdotsota[/re]: George Rekers is known for the classes he teaches at BJ University. The subject matter will blow your load, er, mind! The ‘textbook’ is expensive but well endowed.

  41. I still hold out hope that one day South Karolina will lay down its swords, give up its Marxist ideology, and we will have reunification of the two Karolinas. Until that day, constant vigilance.

  42. [re=576484]JMP[/re]: Well, that, and the fact that Beaver College used to be a womens’ college, because why not.

    Arcadia University just doesn’t have the same snicker-inducing ring to it, does it?

  43. The Arabic in the last picture, by the way, says “Palmetto State.” Read it left-to-right, of course, just like all those Jewish languages. (I typed it myself.)

  44. [re=576527]What Fresh Hell is This?[/re]: Arab, Alabama. Man, what a shithole that was in the mid-70’s. It was widely believed that you should not go there if you weren’t related to somebody and certainly not after dark. And that was for the white guys.

    [re=576692]RubberSoul[/re]: Not since Billy Sherman last visited, anyway.

  45. I had much fun with this post. During break at work today, I had finished my Wonkette and turned to the New York Times when a coworker showed up at my desk to chit chat. He didn’t take any of my hints to stop bugging me, so then I got an idea. He had shared with me his belief that Obama is secretly a Muslim that wants to take all of our guns away. So I knew he would share my outrage with this SC Muslim flag debacle. I opened up this post and read it to him verbatim full of Glen Beckian drama. Look at that Muslim crescent, I wagged my finger at the screen. By the end of break that guy was spitting mad that the Muslims had somehow taken over SC. I wouldn’t be surprised if he loaded up his pickup truck with guns and drove straight to SC as soon as work was over. Thank you Wonkette.

  46. [re=576966]Ken Layne[/re]:

    Ken, what misguided software told you that that said “Palmetto State”?
    That’s not even legal Arabic.

  47. Your knowledge of South Carolina is quite understandable. First, people that stand up for thier rights are not traitors. George Washington, Samuel Adams, Thomas Jefferson, etc.. these men were not traitors. Second, any student of history knows that at the time of the secession, a census was conducted and it was noted that less than 1% of the ENTIRE POPULATION was enslaved and that less than 1/2 was located in South Carolina. Secondly, about .7% of the South Carolina population held slaves. Sslaves were not included as people in the census. Third, The further inland you went, the less and less you would see slaves as it wasn’t as prevelant. So, to call 99% of a states population traitors becuase a few powerful men wanted slavery is inaccurate. You must not forget that US Grant held slaves. You must not forget that the war didn’t turn into a war on slavery until 1863 when the US had lost just about every major engagement. So, before you spout your ignorance, don’t be an emotional child and do your homework.

  48. The Arabic writing on the seal reminds me of a t-shirt I saw once that featured what looked like a pleasant pastoral scene done in watercolor, with blades of grass that very subtly, almost imperceptibly, spelled out the words “fuck you”.

  49. Your bogus Cyrillic is bad enough but it’s Tolstoy next to that Arabic South Carolina plate. It reads (right to left) H-T-S H-M-L-B, neither of which seem to be real Arabic roots, and you do know those letters can be joined, right?

  50. When you bury your heads in the sand you leave your asses exposed.

    To deny factual evidence is to show ignorance. The ignorant will be subjugated to those with a higher intellect and can imparatively kiss their feedom (asses) goodbye…

    To all islamic supporters we have you sussed and the war you’ve started is on. You will lick our bacon covered feet in defeat before it’s over.

    Our children are being taught who you are and what you’re about. 9/11 was a very small battle victory for you. But as we watched your cowardly soldiers surrender to our MEDIA personell in the past, as they will in the future…we will win the battle.

  51. This is so funny! Because the South Carolina flag is a Palmetto Tree (picked because it stopped British cannon ball fire in the revolutionary war) not an Arabian Date palm tree. The thing you call a Crescent moon, is actually not that, it’s a Gorget (throat armor used ceremonially by European Military commanders). Next you will say something crazy like Georgia’s confederate style flag is racist. Please do some historical research before spouting nonsense. Go back and share this knowledge you have now gained with your liberal professors.

  52. The brainwashed articles in this website is amazing. This article is an example. Immediately linking Islam with Saudi Arabia and linking Saudi Arabia with terrorism. I bet you were writing it with a foil hat on your head.

    I’ll go back to preparing my Saudi culture lesson to kids, and you do you. Google brought me here while I was searching for my country’s emblem. Unfortunately there’s a comment section that pushed me to write this, I wish I could care less. Just know that hatred consumes the heart.

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