January 07, 2016

Charlie Hebdo’s anniversary edition proves Islamic terrorists won

Brian LilleyRebel Co-Founder
 

It’s been one year since the attack on the Charlie Hebdo office in Paris that left 12 people dead.

Editor Laurent Sourisseau was interviewed about the anniversary edition of the magazine published to mark the event. He confidently told the interviewer that those horrible events didn’t change the magazine.

I explain why it’s clear that they did.

Contrary to Sourisseau’s claim that the very idea of God killed their friends a year ago, there was only one religion, or at least one interpretation of that religion, that was responsible for those deaths.

Those who committed the atrocity couldn’t have been more clear but it does seem that they’ve achieved their goal of causing otherwise free speech advocates to censor themselves, at least for that “one” religion.

 

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commented 2016-01-09 17:17:44 -0500
Andrew Mirlach, If it’s anti-Islam, the owners of social media will take it down. When Tarek Fatah, an Islam critic from Toronto shared a picture on Facebook showing a young Australian Muslim girl in a hijab carrying a sign: “Jews haven’t Learn. They need [picture of swastika] more than before", Facebook removed the post and banned him.
http://www.torontosun.com/2013/03/06/tarek-fatahs-facebook-ban-is-senseless
commented 2016-01-09 04:05:56 -0500
And just what do you propose to do to stand up to any mass killings done by radical islam? You know that it is not going to stop any time soon.

And if the rebel and its staff got shot up, and ezra lives, do you think he is going to be a changed man? I think so.

Maybe I will go to Ezra’s door and sing some John Lennon songs.
commented 2016-01-08 14:17:47 -0500
Sam Young when does the bending over end? They will just ask for more, oyu have to stand up at some point. Living on your knees is not living.
commented 2016-01-08 14:15:32 -0500
Ron Voss the secular people tend to ignore the fact they have murdered and enslaved more people than any religion.
commented 2016-01-08 11:20:10 -0500
They should have shut it down rather than bow to the evil of Islam! What a shame that all those writers were murdered in vain.
commented 2016-01-08 09:10:01 -0500
and the germans won in france, twice. they have a long history of being pathetic losers.
commented 2016-01-08 03:51:51 -0500
Not wanting to die by terrorists is not cowardice. It’s being smart in knowing how to stay alive.

And if the rebel got shot up, you would go to hunt the terrorists down? Before you do so, I would hope that you consider that the terrorists would all have your names from all those bricks that Ezra sold all of you. If the rebel was a target, I bet you that terrorists would have hacked into the files at the rebel, and gotten all the addresses of its donors as well.

This is probably why Ezra has not found a corporate donor who wants to buy the advertising spot of where Ezra announces their name every show.
commented 2016-01-07 23:05:05 -0500
Lad, my actions can be summed up with this simple statement; I, my family, as my forefathers, all grew up on a ranch, and we are all excellent marksmen.
commented 2016-01-07 22:25:31 -0500
Lad , Trudeau made that choice for us !
commented 2016-01-07 20:37:22 -0500
A good example of, The Power of Fear. Muslims are very clever at using fear as a weapon. There is only one way to defeat fear and that is to fight back. This is not so easy if you are a civilian with a family, unless you do a Pirate Bay and go incognito. Not so easy as it sounds.

The only way to overcome the fear of Islam is to throw every man jack of them out of the Country. If we do not do that, ourselves and our future generations will spend all of our time looking over our shoulders.

The choice is ours.
commented 2016-01-07 20:03:23 -0500
Editor Laurent Sourisseau describes the cover as showing “A caricature representing the symbolic figure of god, the idea of god that may have killed our friends a year ago…the god of all believers”. Interesting that Charlie Hebdo chose to use the All-Seeing Eye which I understand is a Masonic and occult symbol and a symbol of the Illuminati and their New World Order as representative of “the god of all believers”. The symbol is often flashed by pop stars, for example:
”https://fitzinfo.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/popstars_oneeye.jpg?w=600&h=502">https://fitzinfo.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/popstars_oneeye.jpg?w=600&h=502
commented 2016-01-07 19:53:30 -0500
With modern ink jet printers one could print off dozens of simple political cartoons and just paste them up Femen style.

http://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2013/04/femen-stages-a-topless-jihad/100487/ If the regular media is too afraid or their silence has been bought. Use social media and flash mob the hell out of it. A few dozen people in a city could put up tons of these with ease.

http://mikeshouts.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Space-Invaders-Propaganda-Print-Poster-Unframed.jpg One of the reasons why century old media like maclean’s magazine are being WTFPAWNED by online “World Pipe” media like The Rebel, is one has grasped the reality of modern media. The other is stuck in a past where they had a captive audience.
commented 2016-01-07 19:27:40 -0500
D Mary-got yer back. From what little French I know- je (am not) Sharly Abdo!
commented 2016-01-07 18:56:02 -0500
Yes I can blame the people at the magazine. You do not back down ever. If they came and did the same to the Rebel, I would personally volunteer to hunt them down and take them out, families and all. That is how you win a fight, not by being a coward like you Sam Young.
commented 2016-01-07 18:02:32 -0500
Can you blame the people at the magazine for being scared? I wouldn’t.

What if terrorists stormed into rebel head quarters and shot everybody up?
commented 2016-01-07 16:52:55 -0500
Terry, my sargeant told me to use your fear to become more ferocious………. He was right as usual
commented 2016-01-07 16:48:36 -0500
Definitely score a point for the radical Islamists! I guess I can’t blame them for chickening out, though get out all together if you’ve lost the will to express yourselves. Prior to that attack hardly anyone on our side of the pond knew anything about the mag, now everybody has an opinion. Oh well, at least they’ve gone ahead and appeased the left media, who got a whole new chance to try their Francais again-Sharlay Abdo.
commented 2016-01-07 16:10:55 -0500
Maybe everyone should admit that not to be concerned or afraid of psychotic killers that derive in an ideology of a dictator religion that everyone believe in their interpretation of their religion – this is not an admittance of cowardice in my thinking – it is common sense to recognize dangerous people when they have demonstrated that ability and willingness to carry out atrocities as one of my sergeants used to say it is normal to feel fear and be aware and cautious of the fear by finding a way to combat it effectively that just shows one is not a moron – but it is not good to be paralyzed by it to conquer it one has to learn how to fight against it effectively! that is what we should all do and not cower down – because that is the law of nature and the only way to stop fear is to conquer fear! Always has been, always will be – now let us band together and work together on fighting ISIS and Extremist ISLAM!
commented 2016-01-07 15:58:10 -0500
Guy Fraser, It doesn’t matter if it was irrelevant or stupid or how you or I feel about Charlie Hebdo. Either it has the right to exist or it doesn’t. It had the right to exist before Muslims took that away by force. And don’t kid yourself, that it’s all they’ll take away by force when they can. Sometime they may take away something that you do like. That’s the point.
commented 2016-01-07 15:42:06 -0500
It was a stupid and irrelevant magazine before the attack, now it is a mockery of itself and even less relevant.
commented 2016-01-07 15:23:51 -0500
The god of everyone?
I don’t think it was " the god of everyone " that freed France from the the German Nazis during the 2nd WW.
Primarily it was those of a Judeo- Christian faith who liberated Europe and now that the EU have invited the Islamists onto their streets, the followers of a death cult and sharia law that enslave women, will they call upon us to bail them out once again.
Why should we ever send one more of our youth to save their asses if they lack the guts to tackle the Islamists themselves.
commented 2016-01-07 15:05:49 -0500
Editor Laurent Sourisseau calls for “A little less of God”? Like occurred under the godless Communist dictatorships in the 20th century that conservatively brutally murdered greater than 100 million innocent people! By the way, humanism, is a religion!
commented 2016-01-07 14:59:16 -0500
It is my opinion they should have run the exact same edition that caused the problem

And it should be run in every anniversary.