". . . this points right at - what else - blowback. Yes, they could be Daesh/ISIS/ISIL mercenaries trained by NATO (crucially, France included) in Turkey and/or Jordan. But it might get even false-flag nastier. They could also be former or current French special forces."and:
"Cui bono, then, with killing Charlie? Only those whose agenda is to demonize Islam. Not even a bunch of brainwashed fanatics would pull off the Charlie carnage to show people who accuse them of being barbarians that they are, in fact, barbarians. French intel at least has concluded that this is no underwear bomber stunt. This is a pro job. That happens to take place just a few days after France recognizes Palestinian statehood. And just a few days after General Hollande demanded the lifting of sanctions against the Russian "threat"."They seem to have made a point of mentioning al-Qaeda in Yemen to point everybody in the wrong direction.
"In the Wake of Charlie Hebdo, Free Speech Does Not Mean Freedom From Criticism":
"Now, I understand that calling someone a ‘racist asshole’ after their murder is a callous thing to do, and I don’t do it lightly. This isn’t ambiguous, though: the editorial staff of Hebdo consistently aimed to provoke Muslims. They ascribe to the same edgy-white-guy mentality that many American cartoonists do: nothing is sacred, sacred targets are funnier, lighten up, criticism is censorship. And just like American cartoonists, they and their supporters are wrong. White men punching down is not a recipe for good satire, and needs to be called out. People getting upset does not prove that the satire was good. And, this is the hardest part, the murder of the satirists in question does not prove that their satire was good. Their satire was bad, and remains bad. Their satire was racist, and remains racist."The Charlie Hebdo cartoonists were morons. They allowed themselves to be used by the French State/World Jewry, set up like sitting ducks for this kind of operation (to be used as propaganda to further the goals of the French and American governments, and World Jewry), with only the most nominal police protection (the commandos took the two police out with absolute ease). "I am NOT Charlie"
From 2012: "Provocation as a Marketing Strategy" The racist anti-Muslim strategy is a recent phenomenon, starting in 2006, while this incarnation of Charlie Hebdo has been publishing since 1993. The Charlie Hebdo provocations started with the Danish provocations, obviously part of a right-wing conspiracy to encourage racism in Europe.
By the way, the Zionist propaganda of the Muslim 'takeover' of Europe is complete nonsense (and the similar fear about the United States is comical), based on the shoddiest misuse of demographics.
World Jewry can't resist the desire to 'help':
- "The Muslim occupation of Europe"
- "We Are Not All Charlie"
- "Netanyahu: Paris attack proves world must fight Islamist terror"
Freedom of speech? Tweet (Kareem Alghamdi):
"@LatuffCartoons Sydney Morning Herald was forced to remove & apologize after publishing this cartoon. why?""Jewish Lobby got journalist fired over a ‘Gaza Cartoon’"
The disgusting hypocrisy, of course, touches Charlie Hebdo itself: "French cartoonist Sine on trial on charges of anti-Semitism over Sarkozy jibe" Needless to say, this utterly decimates any possible defense of the Charlie Hebdo racism based on 'freedom of speech'.
"on debating dead moral questions" The 'free speech' scam. Tweet (Frankie Boyle):
"I'm reading a defence of free speech in a paper that tried to have me arrested and charged with obscenity for making a joke about the Queen"Tweet (mahnoor):
"'what's it like being muslim?' well it's hard to find a decent halal pizza place and occasionally there's a hashtag calling for ur genocide"