De day of Charlie
There are days in our life, as the assassination of JFK or 9/11, that we exactly remember what we were doing on the moment we received the bad and regretful news.
Tuesday, January 7, 2015 at 0, 40 pm, i open the radio and it was the beginning of horror, shameless the principal writers and cartoonists of Charlie-Hebdo where murdered
By terrorists, i had only the idea 2 hours later to open, tv and pc, because this news was for an unnamable attack against values of freedom and democracy, where the existence of a lot of countries is based on.
I’m not really fan of Charlie-Hebdo, i knew better Hara-Kiri, in the seventies I saw a few editions, i found it a little bit too…porno, they were not killed for that, and this hebdo disappeared because there was no interest for content.
The public knew Cabu, Honoré, Wolinski, Chab Tignoux, because the worked for other newspapers and the ideas of Charlie-Hebdo, libertine and anarchist was knew by a large number of people , but most of the people were not a fan of these ideas ,but….
When M. Jyllands-Posten published the 12 cartoons in Norway, September 30, 2005, representing (?) the prophet of the Muslim religion, Charlie-Hebdo was one of a few newspapers who published the cartoons from M.Y.Posten and then it started:
Fatwa on Posten after the publication, fatwa on Tignoux, the boss, since 4 years. (The bodyguard in the room of the shooting was found protecting the corpse of Tignoux.)
If this massacre found a worldwide echo in the democratic countries but also in not so democratic states, it is not of the Victims or the terrorists, but the attack against the fundamentals of our values; the liberty granted by our laws: freedom of speech, of opposition , living together with different ideas and being free.
We are all living together and never nobody has the right to kill because people don’t think as them, don’t act as them.
And we will never submit us to terrorism, and as the premier minister of France said “we are in war, not against a religion or a culture, we are in war against terrorism “The coming times will be difficult, there will be other victims, aggressions, attacks, that is the price we will have to pay to stay what we are FREE.
Harlan heuker 2015, January 14.