"EXCLU - Charlie Hebdo : le suspect entendu était 'en cours de 8h à midi'" The third identified suspect was in a class at school in extreme northern France at the time of the attack.
The quick identification and numerous incorrect stories about the suspects being under arrest? It is as if the French authorities jumped the gun and told journalists what was supposed to have happened, but the patsies, in the tradition of Lee Harvey Oswald, realized too soon they had been set up and refused to go along with the plan.
"Photos exclusives JSSNews: les terroristes de Charlie Hebdo ont abandonné leur voiture devant un restaurant casher!" Either a crazy coincidence or the restaurant was used as a Mossad base of operation.
Tweet (Carlos Latuff):
"Let´s get serious aboutTweet (Carlos Latuff):
#CharlieHebdo and West's double standards on freedom of speech!"
"So now let's talk seriously about #CharlieHebdo and Western double standard on freedom of speech"Tweet (aaron (^･ω･^=)):
"Je ne suis pas Charlie. RT
@sazza_jay @johannes_rath @leninology wasn't just Islam. CH was racist as fuck."
"What to Say When You Have Nothing to Say?":
"Charlie Hebdo was not in reality a model of freedom of speech. It has ended up, like so much of the “human rights left”, defending U.S.-led wars against “dictators”.
In 2002, Philippe Val, who was editor in chief at the time, denounced Noam Chomsky for anti-Americanism and excessive criticism of Israel and of mainstream media. In 2008, another of Charlie Hebdo’s famous cartoonists, Siné, wrote a short note citing a news item that President Sarkozy’s son Jean was going to convert to Judaism to marry the heiress of a prosperous appliance chain. Siné added the comment, “He’ll go far, this lad.” For that, Siné was fired by Philippe Val on grounds of “anti-Semitism”. Siné promptly founded a rival paper which stole a number of Charlie Hebdo readers, revolted by CH’s double standards.
@asholles this what magazine produces. But ppl can't call this racist?"
Tweet (Nadir Bouhmouch نادر):
"Anti-black racism in #CharlieHebdo #JeNeSuisPasCharlie ""Charlie Hebdo: This Attack Was Nothing To Do With Free Speech — It Was About War"
Tweet (Ali Abunimah):
"Stormfront has the right to express its vile neo-Nazism and I oppose preventing that by violence. But I'd never tweet "Je suis Stormfront."""On Charlie Hebdo"
"Needless to say, the Jew-controlled media is using this excuse of protecting 'free speech' - free only as long as it is used to vilify the weak - to publish a pile of racist and Islamophobic cartoons that they would never have otherwise dared publish.
@LatuffCartoons you know this is coming Free speech is selective "