Charlie Hebdo’s latest satire is of “Britain’s response to terror”: Theresa May holding her own severed head.
The publication has thus held firmly to its right of freedom of expression and its right to offend right? Wrong. Charlie Hebdo stands for the freedom of expression only in certain instances, for example ridiculing Christianity, which it does so enthusiastically that the publication drew a charge from the Vatican of being “blasphemous.” Charlie Hebdo even poked fun at the London Bridge jihad attack, and mocked Italy after it suffered a deadly earthquake that killed 300 last year. The magazine knows no boundaries of offense and no person nor thing is spared — except Islam.
However, after jihadis cast terror into them, Charlie Hebdo will not dare do anything that might be perceived as blaspheming Islam. Following the tragic massacre Charlie Hebdo’s editor declared that “there will be no more Prophet Mohammed cartoons.” The closest Charlie Hebdo will get to offending Muslims is making fun of migrants or immigration policy directed at appeasing and accommodating. It will no longer touch the religion of Islam.
Terrorism works. Like it or not, the West is now largely subjugated under sharia blasphemy laws. Any offender will face career execution, without trial, judge or jury.
‘English Multiculturalism Has Lost Its Head’: Charlie Hebdo Satirises Britain’s Response to Terror, by Oliver JJ Jane, Breitbart, June 8, 2017:
French political magazine Charlie Hebdo has published a front-page cartoon of British Prime Minister Theresa May holding her own severed head and a number of other drawings satirising Britain’s response to terror in its latest edition.
The satirical magazine, which saw much of its editorial staff slaughtered by Islamist gunmen in a 2015 terror attack, has taken aim at Britain’s response to a spate of recent attacks, which have seen bomb and knife attacks successfully launched against civilians and police officers.
Apparently critiquing the failure of governments to take action against radical Islamists before it is too late, and aping Theresa May’s well-worn soundbite “Brexit means Brexit”, the front page cartoon of Thursday’s edition shows the PM holding her own severed head. Apparently speaking after a beheading attack — the likes of which were attempted by the Lee Rigby murder killers and during more recent attacks — the prime minister says “too much is too much!”
The prime minister also told journalists after Saturday’s London Bridge attack of terrorism that now “enough is enough” and that there is “far too much tolerance” of Islamism in the United Kingdom.
A social media post accompanying the new edition advertises the content, remarking: “This week, English multiculturalism no longer has the head on his shoulders.”
Other cartoons in this week’s edition of Charlie Hebdo include a rendition of Londoners fleeing from a terror attack — including the iconic image of a man escaping whilst carrying a pint of beer. Combining this imagery with get-fit trends, the caption reads simply: “Slimming tips from the Islamic State: run fast!”…..