Charlie Hebdo Freedom of Speech Will Never Die.

Charlie Hebdo

 

Staff & Victims at Charlie Hebdo

 

Was there a war where weapons were aimed, drawn and firing?

Journalists, Illustrationists, Satirists using pencils, Cowards came with machine guns and bullets over cartoons. They illustrated a sad example of what in their mind is God, once again demonizing the very thing they worship and they wonder why some question their deranged beliefs. What in-fact was accomplished by this slaughter, that Islam needs to be eradicated from this earth. The very thing the cartoons that upset them made fun of. They themselves convinced it in stone.

This French satirical paper is not dead. It now speaks more loudly and clearly than ever before. Stephane Charbonnier (Charb) along with Cartoonists Georges Wolinski, Jean Cabut and Bernard ‘Tignous’ Verlhac, as well as economist Bernard Maris, two police officers and the rest who were barbarically massacred will live on forever here on Earth and in Heaven.

The terrorists defining what hell is that they come from.

A sad day for France and many families but the Freedom Of Speech will live on, make no mistake about that. The explosions of pencils will be even more alive, drawings of truth the terrorists try to kill.

The sane world stands as one shouting “Je Suis Charlie”.

In Memory of Charlie Hebdo

 

This is what the Islam extremists God thinks of them.

David Fitzsimmons_In Memory of Charlie Hebdo

 

Arcado Esquival In Memory of Charlie Hebdo

Fuck Islam Extremists delusion of what they think Muhammad speaks to them, only in their minds. You silenced Nothing.

 

Graeme Mackay In Memory of Charlie Hebdo

 

John Cole In Memory of Charlie Hebdo

 

Trafalgar Square in London

Trafalgar Square in London _ In Memory of harlie Hebdo

 

Place Royal in Nantes – Paris

Place Royal in Nantes _ In Memory of Charlie Hebdo

Paris_In Memory Of Charlie Hebdo

 

Paris

Je Suis Charlie _ Paris France

Not Afraid

Not Afraid

 

England

In front of the French Embassy.

England_In front of the French Embassy

 

Argentina

Argentina-French Embassy

In Spanish “The pencil is the most peaceful weapon, don’t mess with humor”

Argentina-in Spanish “The pencil is the most peaceful weapon, don’t mess with humor”

 

Germany

Germany-In Memory of Charlie Hebdo

Berlin, Germany _ French Embassy

Berlin

 

Russia

Russia _ French Embassy

 

Kosovo

Kosovo _ French Embassy

 

Paris News RoomParis News Room

 

Throughout Europe

Brazil

Sao Paulo, Brazil

Turkey

French consulate in Istanbul

Vienna, Austria

Vienna, Austria

 

Canada – Montreal

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Montreal-Canada

Denis Coderre

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Ottawa

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USA – New York – Union Station

Union Square New York

Union Square New York2

 


Old Port of Marseille

Old Port of Marseille

 

Paris

Paris Journalist Vigil

Paris

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Place de la Republique in Paris

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Place de la Republique in Paris _ Charlie Hedbo

 

The Islam Extremists Muhammad, the continuance of Irony.

Free civilized society “Je Suis Charlie” and there is nothing these demented people can do about it.

Je Suis Charlie_ Paris

 

“The most noble of weapons is still the pencil. The freedom of the press is in mourning.”

The most noble of weapons is still the pencil.

 

“Freedom”

French Freedom

 

Charlie Hebdo.Cartoonists

 

Charlie Hebdo Massacre Victims

 

Memorial at the doors of Charlie Hebdo

 

Charlie Hebdo

 

Paris

 

Fuck Islam

 

Tom Toles

 

 

2 Comments

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2 responses to “Charlie Hebdo Freedom of Speech Will Never Die.

  1. AMAZING POST! Thank you Longshot, again.

  2. My heart breaks for these cartoonists, my God … Cartoonists.

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