But Jesse Curtis Morton certainly tried, encouraging jihadists to attack "South Park" writers after they aired an episode that showed the prophet Mohammed in a bear suit.
Posting their home addresses online the humorless extremist who is also known as Younus Abdullah Mohammad chillingly told readers to "pay them visit."
Working with Zachary Chesser who was sentenced to 25 years in prison earlier this year after he also admitted to posting online threats about people on the show.
In an affidavit with the complaint against Morton, FBI agents said Morton worked with Chesser on a "clarification statement" after Chesser's online posting.
FBI special agent Paula R. Menges said both men made threatening posts, despite their claims otherwise.
She said that the statement had pages of justification for the death of those who insult Islam or defame its prophet.
It's not the first time the terror loving, co-founder of a radical New York City-based Islamist group that supported al Qaeda's world-view, has expressed his anti-American views.
In 2009 he told CNN that more attacks on Americans were justified, despite saying he didn't support violence on U.S. soil.
Now after being picked up in Rabat, Morocco he is denying the charges.
In a statement, he said: "I was arrested for writing a clarification statement connected to an admittedly inflammatory post on an Islamic website.
"The clarification statement intended to reduce the sensationalist nature of an initial overreaction but is now being utilized by U.S. law enforcement to imprison me for something I am innocent of."
In a federal court hearing in Virginia on Nov. 4, Morton was ordered detained until trial.
He has yet to enter a plea.