On Friday, an AP dispatch informed us of a popular brand of jeans in Sweden that’s sweeping other European nations too: Cheap Monday jeans–whose logo is a skull with an upside-down cross on its forehead.

“It is an active statement against Christianity,” said Bjorn Atldax, the logo’s designer. “I’m not a Satanist myself, but I have a great dislike for organized religion.”

Organized religion, huh? So where’s Mr. Courageous’s logo of an inverted crescent moon and star? After all, Islam is a much more organized religion than Christianity. Ah, but ‘organized religion’ has always been the hackneyed sophomoric rebel’s euphemism for Christianity, and only Christianity. That’s the “organized religion” he takes a stand against, since he knows its followers aren’t going to kill him.

All I have to say is, may Mr. Atldax’s life be full of Muslims. Wait a second! He’s in Sweden, so it already is. And that’s probably why he designed the logo: the poor boy is shaking in his jeans. He must have seen this letter to me from a Swedish-American reader named Charles, written in all caps:

“THE MUSLIMS ARE TAKING OVER SWEDEN. 38% OF POPULATION ARE MUSLIM IN MALMO AND THAT IS THE THIRD LARGEST CITY IN SWEDEN FOR NOT TALKING ABOUT ALL THE OTHER PLACES IN THE SAME COUNTRY. ADD 7-10 PER FAMILY DOWN THE ROAD AND ADD TWENTY YEARS AND ONLY ONE CHILD PER SWEDISH LUTHERAN FAMILY. YOU CAN GET THE PICTURE FROM ONLY ONE COUNTRY IN EUROPE ALONE.”

Designer Atldax figured he’d simply abet the inevitable, and help rid the world of the only religion remaining in Islam’s way. Too bad it won’t earn him any brownie points with that clan. After all, he’s probably gay.

The AP article explains that the logo hasn’t presented many conflicts for consumers in Sweden, “a secular country that cherishes its free speech and where churchgoing has been declining for decades.” Sweden is also a country where the majority of births are out-of-wedlock, and a world leader in single motherhood and the poverty that accompanies it.

Hmm, declining churchgoing, single motherhood, poverty and Islam rising. These things always seem to go together, don’t they?