To be or not to be Charlie: Parisians debate free speech three years after attack

As France prepares to commemorate the third anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo attack, FRANCE 24 visited the Parisian neighbourhood where the shootings took place to ask locals if they still stand by, “Je suis Charlie.”

The defaced portrait of Tignous, one of the artists killed in the Charlie Hebdo Muslim terrorist attack.

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  • Why bother? They know that they are going to capitulate.

    • Yup, Vichy water runs in their veins.

      • To the bone marrow.

        • Exile1981

          i’m not sure they have spines anymore.

          • Did they ever?

          • Exile1981

            briefly, during the 100 year war and napolean managed to make them regrow a little…. temporarily.

          • But those days are gone.

  • Hard Little Machine

    French law will likely be modified to domesticate and neuter the Charlies in France soon. Much better to stomp on free speech with the boot of the government than with the gun and the bomb.