South Park Episode 201 Uncensored. Our first amendment rights are under assault by extremists and corporations who don't view the public as human beings but numbers. Creators such as Matt Stone and Trey Parker have made a poignant statement about the state of affairs in this nation today and they were fairly well silence because of fear and opportunity. The public has a right to see what they don't what you to see.
Paris attack prompts call to air 'South Park' episode Comedy Central censored Muhammad depiction after threats Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2015/01/paris-attack-prompts-call-to-air-south-park-episode/#kLGf6HkIIeMcmmC3.99
Muhammad appeared in the 2001 South Park episode "Super Best Friends". The image was later removed from the 2006 episode "Cartoon Wars" and the 2010 episodes "200" and "201" due to controversies regarding Muhammad cartoons in European newspapers.
The content of this speech is not as significant as the fact that this episode only aired once on t.v. and was heavily censored anyway. The controversial speech came under fire after threats of religious violence for the depiction of Muhammad, which is why it's included here. Ridiculing the sacred and bringing it to the level of the profane was met here with nearly tragic results.