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yogi bear up the cagire

Life President
May 8, 2008
St Gaudens France
Pour calmer le jeu après le film Innocence of muslims, Charlie annonce avant tout le monde la sortie d'Intouchables 2! Également dans le journal, les paradis fiscaux de Bernard Arnault, les religieux qui s'engagent pour le mariage homo, et la presse lèche-cul qui remplace la presse d'opinion. Dès demain en kiosques!See translation

Oh dear, here we go again! Charlie Hebdo the satirical, anarchist magazine has published cartoon images of Mahomet, this will no doubt launch a great polemic in France. On the one side will be those who support the complete freedom of the press and the right to freedom of expression, on the other side there will those that see this as a provocation, a lack of religious respect and a mischievous wish to throw fat on the fire.
IIRC last year they brought out a series of issues under the title 'Charia ' (sharia) Hebdo and for one of these they named Mahomet as sub-editor. This got their offices fire bombed and CRS troops are already positioned outside today. I fear this time, their right to publish, is going to cost us greatly in police hours and deployment. Whilst I would strongly defend their freedom of expression, I would question their wisdom to publish. In footballing parlance, as a Southend supporter, I have the right to dress in my team's colours and walk through the centre of Colchester, or alternatively as a Paris Saint Germain supporter, to walk through certain areas of Marseilles. Whether it would be WISE to do it is another mattter.