A reminder that when it came to crude offensiveness, Charlie Hebdo did not play favorities:
Three cartoons by Charles Hebdo. I am sure they were controversial when published pic.twitter.com/cYtt7Lp0yQ
— Natalia (@NatJacovkis) January 9, 2015
I find those cartoons horribly nasty and unfair. I have the right to say so. And the cartoonists (who are probably dead now) would have the right to reply, “So what?”
Such is the nature of free expression.
Update: Charlie Hebdo didn’t much care for the anti-immigration Marine Le Pen either.
— Danny Hellman (@dannyhellman) January 10, 2015
And finally, this:
The problem with mass murder isn't that it might inflame bigotry. It's that it's mass murder. #subtweet
— Tom Doran (@portraitinflesh) January 9, 2015