Fraser Davidson, Head of Motion Graphics at Mainframe, a London Based studio, has directed and animated an obscene anti-Catholic video for Tim Minchin’s ‘Pope Song’ available on Youtube.
Fraser and Minchin’s video not only obscenely insults Pope Benedict XVI, but also obscenely insults Our Lord and Our Lady.
According to his website, Fraser Davidson has done work for companies such as Sony, MTV, BBC, Nickleodeon, Nike and Guinness. This work includes creating TV adverts, music videos and channel branding working.
Tim Minchin releases his material through Universal Pictures UK, among others.
Protect the Pope.com feels its important to point out that none of the above companies are in any way involved in, or associated with, ‘Pope Song’, which is solely produced and released by Fraser Davidson and Tim Minchin.
This extreme example of anti-Catholicism has had nearly 450,000 hits on Youtube (July 2010) since it was released in April 2010.
Protect the Pope has posted a link to the Youtube video on its Anti-Catholicism section with the following caution:
WARNING: MINCHIN & DAVIDSON’S ‘POPE SONG’ IS EXTREMELY OFFENSIVE AND USES VERY OBSCENE LANGUAGE AND IMAGES. DO NOT LET CHILDREN VIEW IT.
Protect the Pope.com recommends that you only view this if you are researching the nature and content of anti-Catholicism.