Muslim Massacre

    Update : The game has also been picked up and re-published by a neo-Nazi named Col’n Campbell III in Adelaide (South Australia), who belongs to a tiny white supremacist splinter group known as the Creativity Movement.

From the Department of I-Want-A-Fatwa-And-I-Want-One-Now! comes this story about a game called ‘Muslim Massacre’, designed by some bloke from Brisbane.


Said designer has since thought better of his game, taken it down, and issued an apology:

I would like to make a public apology for any offense that I might have caused through releasing this game, and to Muslims in particular. My intentions when releasing this project were to mock the foreign policy of the United States and the commonly held belief in the United States that Muslims are a hostile people to be held with suspicion. I would like to make it clear that I have never shared such a belief and my intention was to mock those who actually do believe these things.

It quickly became obvious to me that releasing this game did not achieve its intended effect and instead only caused hurt to hospitable, innocent people. I believe removing this game and website will do much more to attain my desired effect than leaving it on the internet, so I am doing just that.

I would like to ask for the forgiveness of Muslims around the world and to make it clear that I did not release this game with ill intent. So without further ado, I would like to say that I am truly apologetic for what I have done and will take full responsibility for all offense that has been caused. I can only hope that any further misgivings can be laid to rest.

~ Sigvatr

Thankfully for angry Aryans everywhere, Martin Fletcher of Downunder Newslinks (“Australian news for White people”) has saved the game from oblivion by making a copy of it available to all and sundry on his own rather, er… “cranky” website. Martin himself is a former devotee of James Saleam, but is currently associated with the Australian Protectionist Party, whose disco forum he co-admins with failed Sutherland Shire candidate Darrin Hodges. (Note that APP aren’t exactly ‘down with Mohammed’). Martin is very fond of game-playing, and previous to Muslim Massacre, placed the laff riot that was the Cronulla 2230 game on his website (Cronulla game site gets zapped, Asher Moses, October 18, 2006).

Martin also reproduces a series of very funny cartoons on his site, originally produced by Tom Metzger‘s mob, White Aryan Resistance:

“Where they fail with words they excel with horrible, horrible racist cartoons. I know it’s wrong, but I found these cartoons hilarious, if only for the fact they were so desperately stupid. These guys should take Zack Parsons advice and come up with more creative racial stereotypes. However, I have to give them some credit; the racial slur “Moon Cricket” is one I’ve never heard before and find to be quite fascinating. It’s so zany how could anyone take offense to it? Anyway, let’s take a gander at some of these cartoons!”

And have a beer with the Master Race.

Anti-Muslim computer game stirs wave of anger
Hannah Davies
The Courier-Mail
September 13, 2008

A COMPUTER game designed by a Brisbane man has caused Muslim anger around the world because it invites players to wipe out the followers of Islam.

Queensland police have launched an investigation into the game Muslim Massacre, which can be downloaded for free online.

Players take control of an American “hero”, are given “an arsenal of the world’s most destructive weapons” and are tasked with killing as many Muslims as possible, ranging from terrorists and civilians to Osama bin Laden, even the prophet Mohammed and Allah.

Britain’s Ramadhan Foundation wants the game banned.

“This game is glorifying the killing of Muslims in the Middle East and we urge internet providers to take action to remove this site from their services,” foundation chief Mohammed Shafiq said.

“This is not satire but a deliberate attempt to demonise Muslims.”

The game was created by freelance programmer Eric Vaughan, 22, who calls himself “Sigvatr” on his online blog.

Mr Vaughan, who works at a petrol station in East Brisbane, refused to comment when contacted by The Courier-Mail yesterday.

On his blog, he describes the game as “fun and funny” and says to his critics: “The Muslims represented in the game aren’t meant to be based on actual Muslims.”

Islamic Council of Queensland president Suliman Sabdia urged Police Minister Judy Spence to shut down the site.

“This is the sort of game which creates hysteria,” he said.

“It could lead on to other things if it goes unchecked.”

Ms Spence said she was concerned. “I am aware that the contents of this particular website have been brought to the attention of police, who are making an assessment as to whether it breaches any legislation,” she said.

See also : “Muslim Massacre” Surprisingly Found Offensive, kotaku, September 10, 2008 | ‘Muslim massacre’ computer game condemned, Josie Clarke, The Independent, September 11, 2008 | More evidence that satire doesn’t transmit over the interwebs, Charles Arthur, The Guardian, September 11, 2008 | ‘Muslim Massacre’ computer game blasted, AFP, September 13, 2008 | Idiot of the week: “Sigvatr”, Five Public Opinions, September 13, 2008

About @ndy

I live in Melbourne, Australia. I like anarchy. I don't like nazis. I enjoy eating pizza and drinking beer. I barrack for the greatest football team on Earth: Collingwood Magpies. The 2024 premiership's a cakewalk for the good old Collingwood.
This entry was posted in !nataS, Anti-fascism, Media. Bookmark the permalink.

25 Responses to Muslim Massacre

  1. I thought Islam is the religion of peace?

  2. KinkyBoy says:


  3. Martin says:

    Gotta love the 8 year old picture of me… Seriously, can’t you guys find some new info on people? You guys are getting boring…

  4. @ndy says:

    Darrin: “I thought Islam is the religion of peace?” That’s odd. You keep calling it the religion of filth; one reason you closed your old blog, presumably.

    Martin: You are welcome to submit a more recent photo, as well as any further info you think may be relevant. However, I happen to think that photo’s rather amusing, don’t you? Beer? Check. Music? Check. Couch? Check. What more could a man ask for?

  5. Martin says:

    Don’t drink beer anymore…

  6. @ndy says:

    Still not too keen on the Aborigines, Anarchists, Asians, Blacks, Communists, Homosexuals, Jews, Muslims and non-Whites generally though I see.

  7. The old blog no longer served any purpose since it was firewalled by google.

  8. @ndy says:

    By ‘firewalled’, I presume you’re referring to Blogger’s decision to place a ‘Content Warning’ notice on your blog?

    “Content Warning

    Some readers of this blog have contacted Google because they believe this blog’s content is hateful. In general, Google does not review nor do we endorse the content of this or any blog. For more information about this message, please consult our FAQ.

    [I Do Not Wish to Continue] [I Understand and Wish to Continue]”

    This fails to explain why you have chosen to make it that “This blog is open to invited readers only”. (And there’s also the issue of your previous sites — but that’s another story.)

  9. @ndy says:

    Oh yeah.

    A few blasts from the past:

    On Stormfront, Daz writes:

    fags DEMAND apology.

    [Quoting from the Australian:] “Simon Margan, from CAAH, called on Mr Iemma to apologise for saying that childcare centres should not be used to teach children about gay and lesbian relationships.”

    They can take their agenda and jam it up their arse, We do not need this perverted filth being exposed to our little children, it’s just sick.

    And on his blog:

    How about you just fuck off and take your tacky fag agenda with you.

    Kinda reminds me of comments made by the sad sack AF supporter on Steve the National Socialist’s vid.

  10. “This fails to explain why you have chosen to make it that “This blog is open to invited readers only”. (And there’s also the issue of your previous sites — but that’s another story.)”

    Since there are no invited readers, it is effectively turned off without actually deleting the blog. Same with Saleams Lot, it has been turned off as it no longer serves any useful purpose. Although who knows what direction will go?

  11. @ndy says:

    You mean the blog dedicated to Jim Saleam’s Australian Faggot Party (AFP) of course!

    Btw, while you’re here. 333 votes. Good? Bad?

  12. Meh, pretty much as expected. I had guessed 340 before hand, wasn’t too far off in the end :). Although the final complete count means I might creep toward 400ish. Interesting day though, lots of positive feedback but ultimately independents, small parties etc, simply do not have the resources to match it with the Establishment parties. They have the money and the manpower to fool most of the people most of the time, still.

  13. I should also add that the exercise was successful in terms of the amount of publicity garnered for myself and APP.

  14. @ndy says:

    Articles on AF and APP participation in NSW local council elections:

    Tough times suit a right lurch
    Philip Dorling
    The Canberra Times
    August 2, 2008

    Candidates play white Australia card
    Jano Gibson
    Sydney Morning Herald
    September 3, 2008


    Ballot dare `the pits’
    St George and Sutherland Shire Leader
    August 28, 2008

    CANDIDATES for Sutherland Shire Council’s September13 elections have been asked to put their money where their mouths are by Kirrawee Centre Pty Ltd, the company behind a proposed shopping centre development on the old brick pit site.

    The development would include two supermarkets, smaller shops, possibly a bank, 65 apartments and a park and looks set to be a hot topic in the month before the ballot.

    The company has sent out a survey to candidates inviting them to make their opinion on the proposed development clear.

    “We will be publishing the results of this survey extensively in distributed brochures, the media and in advertisements run in local newspapers,” the covering letter attached to the survey said.

    The approach didn’t impress D Ward candidate Darrin Hodges who described the exercise as “cynical and disingenuous”.

    “Of course the idea behind this information pack is an attempt to bribe candidates into supporting their proposal by asking candidates to fill in and return the accompanying survey in exchange for free advertising during the council elections,” he said.

    “It merely a cynical and disingenuous attempt by Kirrawee Centre Pty Ltd to play politics in the shire.”

    Mr Hodges is identified on the Australian Protectionist Party website as the party’s state chairman but has not declared any party affiliation.

    Kirrawee Centre Pty Ltd development manager Gary Brown said councillors had decided to make the proposed development an election issue so it was fair to put the opinions of both current councillors and new candidates on the public record.

    “It gives us an idea of what the councillors’ and candidates’ attitudes are,” he said.

    “We did not offer any free advertising.

    “The councillors put this on the election agenda so voters have every right to know their thoughts on the matter.”

    Candidates – Sutherland Shire Council
    Mark O’Brien
    St George and Sutherland Shire Leader
    August 28, 2008


    Darrin Hodges, D Ward, Independent

    Independent candidate Darrin Hodges has been a Sutherland Shire resident all his life.

    He said he had a passion for the traditions of the area.

    “My primary concern is for retaining the amenity, traditions and lifestyle that I grew up with and that Sutherland Shire has become famous for,” he said.

    “To ensure that the shire remains a safe, peaceful and harmonious family orientated community of Australian heritage, it is important to prevent over-development.

    “Of particular concern are the large number of unit blocks being built in the Shire.

    “We do not want the shire to become like Hurstville.

    “I would also be opposed to the development of sex-shops and Mosques as the former undermines family values and the latter causes community tension.”


    is this the same darrin hodges that has a blog at
    Posted by concerned on 27/08/2008 9:48:20 PM

    I have gone to this website that “Concerned” has mentioned and have found that it contains information and links unsuitable for viewing by school children studying the council election in class. I would appreciate it if you could remove the link posted by “concerned”.
    Posted by In answer to “Concerned” on 6/09/2008 8:14:37 PM


    Darrin Hodges (APP) running for election
    Abandon Skip
    July 29, 2008

    Quote : “Vote this man in.”

    Darrin Hodges (APP) running for election
    Downunder Newslinks
    July 30, 2008

    APP at the BNP’s Red,White and Blue festival.
    Home of the Green Arrow
    August 23, 2008

    Quote : “…and good luck to Darrin Hodges, the NSW state chairman of the Australian Protectionist Party, who is campaigning for election to the Sutherland Shire Council.” Home of the Green Arrow is a BNP supporter’s blog and “A member of the resistance for the recovery of the United Kingdom and the bringing to justice of the traitors who have brought it to its knees.”

    Dept of Cunts: Red necks come out again in the Shire.
    September 2008

    Quote : “I also find it funny that the shit-for-brains is campaigning against sex shops when he runs one online.”


    Council Candidates Play Race Card
    September 6, 2008

    In next week’s council elections some candidates for the Sutherland Shire will be running campaigns aimed at attracting the xenophobic vote.

    Candidates, like the Australia First Party, have been running an anti immigration platform and say the southern Sydney region should remain predominantly white.

    Another candidate, Darrin Hodges, has been linking high-rise developments with an influx of Asian immigrants.

    The Sutherland Shire has a history of racial tension with violence in 2005 at Cronulla.

    Independent candidate Darrin Hodges, holds the view that Australia has become ‘too’ multicultural and says we need to re-assess our position as a white Country.

    2ser’s Paige Nguyen reports.

    NB. On the subject of ‘The Green Arrow’:

    Green Arrow sinks to new low
    ‘Save our Lee Barnes’ campaign
    June 10, 2008

    This article was originally published on Norfolk Unity ( earlier today. Thanks to Atreus for the great article.

    The Green Bigot is better known than he should be, mostly because like all windbags he’s got a lot to say for himself and it’s hard to miss his windbaggery on the Net.

    Mostly the Bigot likes to tell BNP activists what they should be doing and how they should be doing it, and he’s been telling them that ever since he turned up on the Nazi Stormfront forums a tad more than a year ago.

    The Bigot himself only joined the BNP just before Christmas, like his useless pal Brighton Rat, and neither of them have ever managed to do anything for the party they say they support that doesn’t involve skulking in front of a computer – which sort of got to the real world BNP activists who hang out on Stormfront, especially as the windy Welshman and the Rat never turned down an opportunity to attack them if they showed less than total loyalty to the corrupt BNP leadership.

    The pair could have been a couple of Searchlight agents, they did so well between them. These two quickly became standing jokes on the fascist right as they watched Stormfront 24/7 calling anybody, even fascist veterans, “trolls”, “Reds”, “traitors”, and such and so forth if they voiced the slightest hint of unhappiness with old One Eye Griffin.

    The Bigot runs his own blog, where he’s not so much windy as blowing a Force 10. One of those hypocrites I remember all too well from my days as a full-blown racist, the Bigot typifies the BNP mentality of acting and sounding like the racist he his then crying foul when anybody calls him one.

    But the Bigot is much more than a hypocrite…

    Also: According to Norfolk Unity, ‘The Green Arrow’ is supposedly some bloke called ‘Paul Morris’.

  15. Kadet says:

    haha unsuitable for a children’s class project? Truth hurts I guess.

  16. There was also SBS and Right, but not ‘racist’ [below] and of course my friends at and

    Right, but not ‘racist’
    St George and Sutherland Shire Leader
    September 11, 2008

    What if you had a civil uprising and everybody called it a race riot?

    That’s the question at the heart of a change in tactics by the Australia First Party that will see it contest local government elections across Sydney.

    The party, which still refers to the 2005 Cronulla riot as a “civil uprising”, will stand three candidates in Sutherland Shire Council’s A Ward and run candidates in the Blacktown, Newcastle, Coffs Harbour and Hawkesbury council elections.

    The party’s aim is not necessarily to win. It sees the elections as a chance to localise what the party’s literature calls the “nationalist patriotic struggle… against [multiculturalism that] begins in our streets, suburbs and council chambers”.

    The theory is that contesting local elections in the style of the far-right British National Party will help Australia First build its membership and sympathisers from the ground up, rather than continue its unsuccessful run in state and federal elections.

    “The aim of the party is not simply to acquire more members on paper, but to assemble larger networks of friends and sympathisers who … may be prepared to assist the party on this basis,” the party’s website states.

    Far-right candidate, Darrin Hodges, will stand in Sutherland Shire Council’s D Ward.

    Mr Hodges is the NSW chairman of the Australian Protectionist Party which he helped found after a failed attempt to take control of Australia First. His campaign platform includes resisting high-rise development in the shire because it leads to “Asianisation” and stopping the construction of mosques and prayer halls because they cause community tension.

    Mr Hodges said his stance on these issues was not racist because “Asianisation” was a “process, not a person” and Islam was a religion, not a race.

    “Look at other suburbs like Strathfield and Burwood,” he said.

    “There’s a large Asian population there. Building units seems to attract that demographic.”

    Mr Hodges said he didn’t want Islam to grow in the shire because there seemed to be a certain amount of criminal activity associated with it.

    “As soon as anyone opens their mouth (about Islam) they’re a racist, even though it is not a race,” he said.

  17. Pingback: Quick update on “Muslim Massacre” « Five Public Opinions

  18. Tom Metzger says:

    Thanks for the promotion. It pays to advertize. Tom Metzger
    [email protected]
    PO. Box 401
    Warsaw, In. 46581

  19. @ndy says:

    Masturbational INSANITY!
    Th. Metzger

    “Sallow skin, lusterless eyes, flabby muscles, loose stools, cold and clammy hands, poor indigestion, heart palpitations, hollow chest, headaches, dizziness all mark the young man snared by vicious habit.”

    Get ya hand off it Tom.

  20. Better dead than red says:

    If the Muslim Massacre game vilifies people so badly, why do you have direct links to it? Looking to profit from a bit of advertising yourself are you?

  21. @ndy says:

    Better dead than red,

    “People” eh? Poor baby can’t bring itself to say ‘Muslim’?

    I don’t have direct links: I have coded links. I also profit nothing from including them.

    You are thick as pig shit.

  22. rorotofu says:

    To start, here is something really funny and interesting[:] did you know there were Muslim SS, a whole squadron in Hitler’s army?

    Personally I find racist people ignorant besides just the ignorance of the simple hate right into the lack of understanding of history. Atheist or religious follower you know that we all came from a single race of humans that evolved out of one super continent. The only reason any of us are a different color is prolonged expos[ure] to different types of radiation.

    That being said onto the humor/comedy factor. Many comedians “redneck” or “urban black” [etc.] use humor and especially over exaggerated humor to make a segue in the real issues. The designer of this game is not new to using humor to get to issues. To paraphrase the Southpark guys “It is either all okay to make fun of or not, when you start drawing lines is when it is no longer comedy.”

    I mean how many of us “Yankees” (as my UK chaps call us) would get angry i[f] there was a Jihad game to kill us. It would be funny it would only be as serious as you take it. Let[‘]s face [it] even if we all are the same skin color and religion we can not agree on everything. The last thing myself or my girlfriend thought of was prejudice when we saw this game.

    My final statement by the way[:] Muslims are not a race it[‘]s a sect of people. So if you think this game is racist no matter what you are your defiantly [sic] really twice as ignorant.

    Definitions of [M]uslim on the Web:

    a believer in or follower of Islam
    of or relating to or supporting Islamism; “Islamic art”

    A Muslim (مسلم), is an adherent of the religion of Islam. The feminine form is Muslimah (مسلمة)…

    a follower of the religion of Islam

    PS. White, Black, and beyond you[‘]r[e] all the descendants of the darker people than you can probably imagine. Please educate yourself on what a Muslim is and the people before you make a decision of tolerance. Also, before you hate based on skin (pft many better reasons for hate) please look into the evolution of pigment.

    PPS. [I]t[‘]s 2:44AM[.]

  23. @ndy says:
      “…did you know there were Muslim SS, a whole squadron in Hitler’s army?”

    Yes… kinda. That is, Hitler’s army attracted thousands upon thousands of foreign volunteers. The 13th Waffen SS Mountain Division “Handschar” (Croatian Nr.1) contained Muslim volunteers from Croatia; some also joined the 23rd Waffen SS Mountain Division “Kama”.

    And therefore…?

    Munoz, Antonio J. (Editor) The East Came West: Muslim, Hindu, and Buddhist Volunteers in the German Armed Forces, 1941-1945. Bayside, NY: Axis Europa Books, 2001:

    During the Second World War tens of thousands of West Europeans volunteered for service in the German Army under the banner of anti-Communism. It is amazing that so many Europeans were willing to assist the Third Reich. Fantastic still, is the fact that in the [E]ast, where the Nazi racial theorists claimed lived the majority of the so-called “untermensche” (sub-humans), the Nazis were to recruit close to two million of these men as volunteers. These were Soviet citizens and Arabs from the Middle East who donned the field grey uniform of the German Army and fought for the Third Reich. More remarkable is the fact that tens of thousands of these volunteers called Islam, Hinduism, and even Buddhism as their religious faith! They fought alongside the German soldier, mostly until the bitter end of the war. The reasons why they did so are as varied as they are fascinating. This is the intriguing story of these men and the units in which they served. After extensive source study, spanning six years of research, the authors have compiled an extensive amount of photographs, documents, maps and data, providing the most complete account on the history of these men and their esoteric formations.


    Tony Munoz’s Axis Europa Books has been publishing books and magazines—some of the material written by Munoz, some by other authors—for many years, but this is his most ambitious project yet. With chapters written by five contributors (including Munoz himself) covering an array of fascinating and little-known forces, the sum amounts to a very hefty volume which in appearance and physical quality more than matches anything previously done by AE. Part One is “Muslim and Hindu Volunteers in German Service” by Oleg Valentinovich Romanko. Part Two contains “Hindu and Muslim Indian Volunteers in the Italian and German Army and the Waffen SS” by Martin J. Bamber, “Paper Tigers: The 950th Indian Infantry Regiment” by Munoz, and “Indochinese Volunteers in the German Army,” also by Munoz. Part Three contains “Lebanese Volunteers in the German Army” by Moustafa Assad, “The Moslem Legion of the Sandzack” by H. L. deZeng, and six more chapters by Munoz on Kalmyck volunteers, the “Kaukasicher-Waffen-SS-Verband der SS,” Tartar volunteers, Arab volunteers, the 13th SS Division, and “Albanian Collaborationist Militia.” As might be expected with so many authors and so many topics, the quality and level of detail varies, but overall this will be welcomed by anyone with an interest in obscure Axis units.

  24. Aussiegirl411 says:

    The Terrorist Leaders Should Be Exterminated, No Questions Asked! End of Story.

  25. @ndy says:

    Good Luck on Your Noble Quest Aussiegirl411.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.