Charlie Hebdo Fired ‘Anti- Semitic’ Cartoon
Did you know there is a very scary reality in this world, which no sane mind will think it’s possible. But the truth is it exists and it certainly sound like a conspiracy that will end humanity as we know it today.
What is it?
There is a small group of people who are known to have broken all kind of law internationally, and got away with the crimes completely scot-free. Think this is scary enough? No, there are more, the worst part is they are actually in control of some of most powerful governments, as well as most of the resources including money and media.
And if you expose the truth, you works will never see the light, they will end your career or if you don’t have one, you still targeted for fatality. This explains why you will never find anything negative reported about this group of particularly sensitive people in the mainstream media because they control all major media in the world.
Isn’t this phenomenon scary? For example,
Cartoonist Fired By Charlie Hebdo For Ridiculing Judaism
The cartoon world’s double standards on freedom of speech…
Charlie Hebdo mocks the prophet Muhammad through insulting cartoons and calls it satire. As a result, half of the magazine’s staff is wiped out by terrorists in the name of Allah. The massacre raises questions about “freedom of speech.” The cartoon world, media, governments and intellectuals all have double standards regarding the answer.
When the world was condemning the January 7th attack on the satirical magazine, Muslim heroes were being applauded and world leaders and dignitaries were walking in a march for unity, although it was not shoulder to shoulder:
Critics suggest images show dignitaries ‘didn’t lead march’ after all, but many still speak positively about display of global unity
Then came the breaking news – a reminder that 80-year-old Maurice Sinet, political cartoonist with Charlie Hebdo for 20 years, was fired in 2009 for his anti-Semitic cartoons mocking the relationship of former French President Sarkozy’s son with a wealthy Jewish woman.
Maurice Sinet, known to the world as Siné, faced charges of “inciting racial hatred” for a column he wrote in July 2009. “L’affaire Sine,” followed the engagement of Jean Sarkozy to Jessica Sebaoun-Darty, the Jewish heiress of a major consumer electronics company, the Darty Group. Commenting on rumours that Jean intended to convert from Catholicism to Judaism (Jessica’s religion) for social success, Siné quipped, “He’ll go a long way in life, that little lad.”
It didn’t take long for Claude Askolovitch, a high-profile political journalist, to accuse Siné of anti-Semitism. Charlie Hebdo‘s editor, Philippe Val, who re-published Jyllands-Posten’scontroversial cartoons of the prophet Mohammed in the name of ‘freedom of press’ in 2006, agreed that the piece was offensive and asked Siné to apologize. Siné refused, saying, “I’d rather cut my balls off.” He was fired and taken to court by the Ligue Internationale Contre le Racisme et l’Antisémitisme (LICRA), an organization which works to promote racial tolerance. In December 2010, Siné won a €40,000 court judgment against his former publisher for wrongful termination.
Charlie Hebdo publishes cartoons insulting Islam and Muslims as well as Jesus and Christianity, and tags them as “freedom of speech.” However, in the case of Siné, it failed to stand firm on its provocative “freedom of speech” stance.
Carlos Latuff, a world renowned Brazilian cartoonist, told Daily Sabah, “It is an everlasting discussion, because what is freedom of speech and what is hate speech? Why are some subjects protected by freedom of speech and others not? Why can we mock some issues and cannot do so with others? Should Holocaust denial, for example, be included as freedom of speech, or racial hatred? See, for example, the treatment given by the Western mainstream media to Muhammad cartoons and the Holocaust cartoons.”
Latuff added that the motive behind the urge to mock Islam remains unknown. “Who knows? Hatred against Muslims, testing the limits of freedom of speech, mocking Muslims just for fun, who knows? However, the fact is that they [Charlie Hebdo editors] died not for a good cause, what could be seen as noble, but for provoking Muslims and feeding the hatred against Islam.”
These are some of Latuff’s cartoons that speak a thousand words:
Wikileaks, on January 8, blamed the persecution of Siné (at the request of a Jewish “pro-censorship” lobby) for legitimizing the terrorist attacks on Charlie Hebdo.
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) January 8, 2015
You are welcome to publish anything in anyway about anyone else, particularly Muslims and Christians, but if you try express the same about their shady business … I am sorry, you’re or you’d be fried like Kentucky Fried Chicken.
Here are more of the same story …
The American Jewish Committee reprimanded key media outlets in the UK and US, including the London Daily Telegraph, The New York Times, CNN, and NBC for omitting and blurring many cartoons published by Charlie Hebdo that motivated Muslims to attack the magazine.
“Through this act of self-censorship, these news organizations are depriving the public of its right to know exactly what Charlie Hebdo had done to arouse the ire of the jihadists,” said AJC Executive Director David Harris. “Keeping this information from the public not only betrays the canons of free journalism, but also furthers the goal of the killers and their sympathizers: to create an atmosphere of fear where freedom of expression is limited and make Islam, alone among all other world religions and secular ideologies, immune from public criticism.”
US comic book artist, Art Spiegelman, also denounced the hypocrisy of the US press for declining to republish the Charlie Hebdo cartoons. The creator of Maus, a graphic novel about the Holocaust, said, “I think it’s so hypocritical to drape yourself in freedom of speech and then self-censor yourself to the point where you are not making your readers understand the issues.”
“We have a standard that is long held and that serves us well: that there is a line between gratuitous insult and satire. Most of these are gratuitous insult,” said Dean Baquet, executive editor of The New York Times, defending the decision to not publish the cartoons.
Dean’s response, however, failed to cool Spiegelman down. “When religion overlaps with social and political issues, it’s necessary to fight back, so Charlie is equally hard on Jews including anti-Semitic caricatures and quotes when talking about Israel. The equal opportunity insult that came with Charlie Hebdo was the reason it’s estimable,” he added.
In an open letter to Le Monde in July 2008, 20 writers and politicians including: Paris Mayor, Bertrand Delanoe; Nobel Peace Prize-winner, Elie Wiesel; filmmaker, Claude Lanzmann; French Culture Minister, Christine Albanel; former Justice Minister, Robert Badinter; and philosopher, Bernard-Henri Levy defended Charlie Hebdo’s firing of Siné. They argued that, “once again, once too often Siné had crossed the line between humor and insult, caricature and hatred.”
However, what they failed to see was that Charlie was demanding “freedom to criticize” Islam but was repressing criticism of Judaism – the reason Siné was canned. Take a look at the below cartoons, and try to answer objectively: Are Charlie Hebdo and ‘freedom of speech’ really synonymous?
Economist thinks Jews building is as deadly as Arabs killing
A sickening cartoon in The Economist, that was published after the Itamar massacre:
Yes, it is trendy for oh-so-sophisticated British to say that Jews building homes – within their existing communities – as being as deadly to peace as wantonly killing demonstrators.
Years of Arabs repeating the mantra that “settlements are the obstacle to peace” easily gets into the heads of credulous leftists who are already looking for reasons to hate Jews.
Glenn Greenwald – his evil lesson on how to hate the Jews
“My parents tried to inculcate me a little bit into organized Judaism, but they weren’t particularly devoted to that, and my grandparents were, but it just never took hold.”
– Wikipedia quote attributed to Glenn Greenwald
Is there anyone more antisemitic than a former Jew, turned against his own people? In Glenn Greenwald’s case, hatred of Jews and Israel could not be more evident than in his Jan. 9, 2015 column in The Intercept, a publication funded by Ebay founder Pierre Morad Omidyar through his First Look Media
Greenwald maintains in a horrific column that he is providing the other side of the Charlie Hebdo controversy about whether media should publish cartoons, which may be considered abhorrent to the followers of a religion. To do this, he explains that he will offer us cartoons that have not been widely published, because they were considered offensive content by members of religious groups, other than Muslims. The very misleading title of his column is:
“In Solidarity with a Free Press: Some More Blasphemous Cartoons”
But he doesn’t fulfill than promise. There are no cartoons offending Hindus, Buddhists, Catholics, Protestants or Mormons. Just Jews!
These are hateful cartoons, not just the usual hiding behind criticism of Israel, but many are the full blown evil antisemitism cartoons, the same ilk as the one in the London Sunday Times depicted here in a recent post. Some readers thought that was an “exception”, but the following proves that the plague is everywhere:
If you believe that these cartoons spread hatred and incite violence and antisemitism you may offer your opinion by contacting:
U.S. Department of Justice
Civil Rights Division
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Asst. Attorney General, Main
Washington, D.C. 20530
Anti-Defamation League complaint: ADL
Swedish cartoon: ‘Hitler gassed the wrong Jews’
Yesterday, under pressure from organized Jewry, Sweden’s leading daily Aftonbladet removed an anti-Israel cartoon from its online edition in its humor section page.
The cartoon, which appeared on the website on the weekend, showed two persons in Jewish attires with one holding a sign with the Star of Zion and the message: Land of Israel while telling the other person: Hitler gassed the wrong Jews.
The two idiots were reply to a self-hating Israeli Jew wearing a skull-cap and Palestinian keffiyeh (Shawl) while holding a sign with a message: Israel and Palestine – meaning he supports a bi-national state instead of a Jewish state.
Historically, Nazis did not gas any Jew because there is no evidence that gas chambers did exist under Hitler regime. Nazis did kill people (Christians, Gypsies and Jews) who opposed their rule and occupation of other European countries. However, the German hatred of Jews was based on Jewish elite’s treason during the World War I, as illustrated in a 1919 Australian post card below. Read more on this subject here.
In 1995, the Jewish Lobby got Japanese Marco Polo magazine shutdown for publishing Dr. Masanori Nishioka’s article in which the young neurology physician claimed that the “gas chambers” is a Zionist Jewish lie to create “Jewish victimization”.
In 2009, Aftonbladet had leaked a story which had been kept under the carpet by the Jewish-controlled western mainstream media, but Palestinians had been saying for decades that the Jewish soldiers, some times, had killed Palestinian youth to collect their body-parts for money.
Belgium: Jewish academic Anya Topolski posts outrageous Latuff cartoon
“Europe today – Europe in the past” outrageously equating the plight of Arab refugees to European Jews exterminated by the Nazis and their henchmen. This type of comparison is often used by Israel haters and antisemites.
Anya Topolski, who is a Jewish Israel-basher has posted a drawing by Carlos Latuff on Facebook. Topolski is a good friend of another Israel-basher Simone Susskind, a prominent member of the largest Belgian Jewish organisation (CCLJ). Carlos Latuff is well known for his relentless hatred for Israel and was awarded second prize at the antisemitic Holocaust cartoon competition in Teheran (2006).
Cartoon of Jewish suicide bomber in Palestine Today
Some Charlie Hebdo cartoons that are offensive to Jews
This montage of Charlie Hebdo cartoons that had antisemitic motifs is floating around:
If you support free speech, you must support the right to free speech that offends you as well.
Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah cartoon blames Jews for Paris
The official Fatah Facebook page these cartoons in the wake of Paris.
The first is merely accusing Israel of partnering with ISIS on the attacks:
The second has the same theme, but this time it accuses Jews of the terror attack:
Here is an older cartoon from Fatehmedia.ps showing a Jew using a menorah to ignite a Palestinian baby:
We’ve seen a similar theme as Fatah blamed all Jews for the death of the Dawabshe baby:
The official PA daily Al Hayat al Jadida also used the menorah theme to indicate that Jews own the media, in this cartoon about how Arab countries aren’t condemning Jews visiting the Temple Mount:
Again, this is not Islamic Jihad or Hamas. This is the ruling party of the PA that the world community has decided is far more moderate and peace-minded than the Israeli government.
It isn’t just incitement. It is Jew-hatred.