Charlie Hebdo Decides to Mess with Texas After Hurricane Harvey. [VIDEO]

Charlie Hebdo Decides to Mess with Texas After Hurricane Harvey. [VIDEO]

Charlie Hebdo Decides to Mess with Texas After Hurricane Harvey. [VIDEO]

Do you remember what happened just over two years ago at the offices of Charlie Hebdo, the French satire magazine?

In Paris, January, 2015, twelve Parisians died over a three-day period when Muslim extremists vented their rage upon the publication. Eight of them were journalists from “Charlie,” which specializes in ridiculing everything. And I mean everything. For example, here’s one of the covers that inspired the attacks. Yes, Mohammed is on the right. It’s interesting, though, that Catholics and Jews never attacked.

So because we Americans believe strongly in free speech, we stood with Charlie Hebdo. There were supportive marches in the United States:

Pictures like this were popping up all over social media. We were all Charlie Hebdo:

However, as the saying goes, no good deed goes unpunished. To return the good feelings and l’amitié between the U.S. and France, Charlie Hebdo created this cartoon to memorialize the Texans who died during Hurricane Harvey. What’s even more ironic is that it was drawn by an artist wounded in the Charlie Hebdo attack.

Yes, according to those clever wags at Charlie Hebdo, the Texans who died were Nazis. Moreover, an English translation of the caption reads, “God Exists! He Drowned All the Neo Nazis of Texas!

Ho hum. I thought Charlie Hebdo was an edgy, creative publication. However, it failed epically here. Because this is just another tiresome iteration of the stereotype of “Murican” southern bigots/racists/Nazis/fascists — insert your pejorative here. But when everyone’s a Nazi, then no one’s a Nazi, right?

On the other hand, I’d like to remind these snooty Frogs Frenchmen what happens to Muslim extremists when they try to terrorize Texans who also draw satirical cartoons.

Remember the Draw Mohammed contest in Garland, Texas? It happened just a few months after the Charlie Hebdo incident:

It didn’t last long, did it? Certainly not three days. And no one died except the bad guys. Because you don’t mess with Texas.

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  • Oklahoma Lady says:

    I won’t forget this insult towards Texas and, by extension, Conservative voters for President Trump. French “President Macaroon” was voted in by a majority of Frogs, they get what they deserve. France, you’re in deep crap, refuse to see it, don’t come crying to the USA when you finally begin to realize it.

  • Scott says:

    Frogs gonna be frogs… reminds me of the joke about putting a frog in a pot of cold water, and slowly heating it till he boils.. exactly what the French are doing to themselves right now…

  • GWB says:

    Yeah, anyone who really took a look at Charlie Hebdo’s work over the years figured out they were a bunch of jerks. And, while I don’t think anyone should be terrorized, these folks were particularly offensive. This is just more of the same.
    I never understood the imputed sainthood some bestowed on them.

  • Johnny says:

    OK Hebdo.
    You want to see dead Texans?

    Go to Normandy.

    Ungrateful cheese-eating surrender monkeys…

  • Not to mention those Teufel Hunden who died in the “Bois de la Brigade de Marine” to save Paris a generation earlier.

    The time is coming to say Au Revoir to Lafayette

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