Charlie Hebdo Cover

One Year On Charlie Hebdo Forgets The Liberals Who Said They Had It Coming & Instead Blames God & All Religion

Charlie Hebdo anniversary edition cover released: ‘the assassin is still out there’

Cartoonist Laurent Sourisseau, who took over the management of the weekly after the attack, also wrote an angry editorial in defence of secularism. It denounces “fanatics brutalised by the Koran” as well as those from other religions who hoped for the death of the magazine for “daring to laugh at the religious”.


As I recall, beyond Muslims the loudest calls to silence Charlie Hebdo came from “Liberals”, secular “Liberals”…

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Suggesting that Charlie Hebdo Had It Coming

That’s a very sophisticated, nuanced sort of lame…

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    When I read stuff like this, I almost wish several hundred American Southren Baptists would arm up and slaughter a bunch of European nitwits in Europe for some retarded reason, like conflating Christanity with Islam.

  • Clink9

    I’m sure this new stand will save them next time around. No really.

  • john700

    To those naive souls who jumped to defend Charlie Hebdo: The writers and cartoonists at Charlie Hebdo were/are a bunch of the most fanatic and obnoxious commies. Them being dead, a good thing. Knowing that their killers are dead, I take that as a bonus.

    • That was so, however still no barrier to defending free speech, this editorial however cements the view you have presented very well. I have no empathy for the people just the cause.

      • john700

        It seems to me that this freedom of speech goes only one way. If I were to say that I am sorry that Germany didn’t win WW2, a big pile of sheet will come upon me. If I were to say that communism was a great idea but badly implemented, I might even get some congrats.

        • I’d count on that commie reference earning you kudos.