On Charlie Hebdo … artists will not be cowed


(attributed online to Banksy but it’s the work of French cartoonist Lucille Clerc)


  1. Kittycatkin

     /  8th January 2015

    There are times when one is a fool to insist upon one’s rights when the consequences aren’t worth it. Being blasphemous is bound to cause a reaction-why go out of your way to provoke one, when you know what it will be ?

    • Alan Wilkinson

       /  8th January 2015

      Sure. Just let them go on killing and terrorizing in the name of their religion because you are too scared to object with the condemnation it deserves.

      Ridicule is the most powerful weapon. These scum deserve it in spades.

    • kiwi_guy

       /  8th January 2015

      Great, so anytime terrorist threaten you for exercising your rights you should surrender them.

      Kitty needs to be sent to ISIS and married off to one of their jihadists, she is a coward who is not willing to defend even her own freedoms.

  2. http://www.egaliteetreconciliation.fr/Les-dessins-de-la-semaine-20440.html

    The three dots are a symbol which has been used by FreeMasonry.

    Pike’s Freemasonry: “The Third World War must be fomented by taking advantage of the differences caused by the “agentur” of the “Illuminati” between the political Zionists and the leaders of Islamic World.

  3. Mike C

     /  8th January 2015

    @Ugly. I’ve always been led to believe that the three dot triangle was a mathematical symbol that means “therefore” or “result”.

    • It does in the context of mathematics. It can also represent the trinity (Pike was a trinitarian).
      Trinitarianism contrasts with the Islamic tawhid, which is about the oneness of Allah. Apparently a single extended finger is used by ISIS as a reference to tawhid.

      The single finger in Charbonnier’s cartoon doesn’t fit into the cartoon’s storyline.

      • kiwi_guy

         /  8th January 2015


        • So along with the many lines of evidence that indicate that the whole thing was staged, there is a link between the “victims” and group with an apparent interest in fomenting war with the “attackers”.

  4. Fitting portrait of this awful day by Banksy.
    “The Pencil is Still Mightier than the Gun”.

    • Alan Wilkinson

       /  9th January 2015

      Except it wasn’t by Banksy. You are really not having a good run with your sources are you missy?

  5. No I’m not Alan. Be careful how you put people down, because it may well come back to bite you further down the track.