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Nefertarina View Drop Down
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    Posted: 21 Oct 2016 at 13:49
That French weekly Charlie Hebdo sticks to its notoriously known line to make mockery of the things seen as sort of taboo for insulting attacks in the modern civilized world. You might remember that even the British queen was in the list of the targets. Now this is the Orthodox temple that has been recently built in Paris.
Why is this devilish provocative mass media outlet staying absolutely untouchable in France, I wonder? Does it mean Paris has become the center of sin and injustice in Europe? At times it seems to me that top French politicians having a blind eye on those tricks of Charlie Hebdo have for some unknown  reason opened the green street for the weekly. What's the grand idea behind this, I wonder?    
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But they're not exactly untouchable, are they?  They been attacked by terrorists twice, and been involved in various legal proceedings.  Because they've attacked they have gotten a certain amount of sympathy, whether that is deserved or not, is another question.  They are a cultural lightening rod, and they like it that way, cloaking themselves in freedom of the press and other high ideals.  They like playing the gadfly and every once in a while they get swatted.  I have a certain sympathy with them getting swatted, but not the extreme means.  Differences in polite society should not be 'solved' by terrorism, if for no other reason, because terrorism doesn't solve anything, it degrades polite society/political society.

Someone referred to the flying monkeys of American talk radio, well it sounds like Charlie Hedbo is the leftist French counterpart of America's flying monkeys.  One can go after them, but chances are if you do, all you will get is flying monkey sh-t in your hair.  _They_, however, think that they're fighting the _good_ fight.

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Paris is a Roman centre and as a European centre of sin it would be image of the main centre of sin "Babylon"/Rome the "cosmopolis" of what they claim to be "civilisation". Though bible also calls Jerusalem "Sodom & Egypt".

Isis may be Roman not moslem, Isis = "Mary". Strnage that Roman & EU sites like Nice & Brussels had terror attacks.

Gayropa? http://www.eurozine.com/articles/2014-02-05-riabova-en.html
Paparazi (spelling)? I don't knowabout the attack on the queen. I wouldn't condone/support such insulting attacks though i am no fan of royalty/nobility that don't care about us & common people.

Lion mouth (media?), Leopard body, Bear feet ?

(I suppose this will get me more persecution this week like all the previous times recently this year. But their fault for not stopping forcing their harmful fluoridated Tap water on me every meal of every day.)

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