The horror of the internet.

Today I was quietly looking at the work of Swiss artist Fabian Oefner. He's into "cosmic drill art" and dancing particle films and light stuff and I was struck by this comment posted as a "crit" by some lame-brain called Tiarra:
"We Muslims hate this "painting" There is no meaning behind a bunch of swirlies. This is an outrage and a waste of paint. Hopefully the "artist" Fabian Oefner gets hit by a car or stricken by TB. Or just dies in his sleep. All Muslims shun him and his lame retarded "artwork".
Springing to the artist's defence was a certain Daniela: "Really? Do you kiss your mother with that mouth. No class whatsoever." Yes, Daniela you may indeed say that…
Now Fabian and his work might well not be everyones cup of tea. The artist Fabian says it floats between "the fields of art and science capturing in unique and imaginative ways natural phenomena that appear in our daily lives, such as sound waves, centripetal forces, iridescence, or the unique properties of magnetic invitation to stop for a moment and appreciate the magic that constantly surrounds us.”
Yeah, right. No harm there surely. So what caused that vicious outburst against it?
I've obviously missed something, So I review his work again, enjoying the joyful, mysterious, dancing particles and conclude that the person who made this nasty tirade against his work - presumably in the name of Muslims (I don't think) - must be able to count her brain cells on the fingers of one hand.
The magic of this amazing internet of ours is how it allows just about anyone to jump in and say anything about anybody.
And that is also the horror of it.