Rough translation from here:
Böhmermann: …This would be considered illegal. The ‘poem’ is named “abusive criticism”:
“Sod-dumb, cowardly and hesitant/ Is Erdogan the President/ His boner smells like Döner/ Even a pig’s fart smells finer/ He’s the man who punches girls/ while wearing a bloody rubber mask/ Things he loves the most/ is shagging goats/ and oppressing minorities”
This kind of criticism would be illegal!
“Kicking Kurds, beating up Christians/ while watching child porn/ And in the evening instead of a nap/ Fellatio with a hundred sheep/ Erdogan is all things considered/ a President with a tiny wang”
I repeat – this is an example of what would be illegal!
Kabelka: One would not be allowed to say that.
Böhmermann: “Every Turk can be heard whispering:/ This dumb pig has got shrivel-balls/ From Ankara to Istanbul/ Everyone knows this man is gay/ perverted and zoophile/ Recep Fritzl Priklopil/ His head as empty as his balls/ the star guest on every gang-bang party/ until his tiny wang starts to burn while having a piss/ That’s Recep Erdogan.”
So who cares, especially about some German comedy show scoffing at an Islamic politician?
People the world over are trying, for a multitude of topics, to dictate what can and cannot be said.
“Free speech” should not mean “consequence-free” speech.
Asinine behavior should get one treated as an ass.
But as soon as the “thou shalt never say that” pen gets raised – especially by government, so too raised is the hammer of tyranny.
Speak the truth.
Mock the powerful.
Laugh at the tyrants.
Disrespect the disrespectable.
By any means necessary.