I believe in retribution … in a way. Oh, not in the way that the insanely, barbaric Islamists do, having assassinated those Charlie Hebdo Journalists today, as they screamed “Allahu akbar!” – Arabic for “God is great”— as they murdered – it could be heard among the gunshots.… (links below).
But there comes a time when “retribution” is justified … as mine is!
Most people are angered by what I do; not coincidentally, they’re apathetic about most things ….
Those journalists deserved to die according to those ‘religious extremists’ filled with hate. After all, those journalists worked for a satirical newspaper that made their violent prophet look violent …
I’ve published copies of such cartoons, ridiculing their violent Mullahs, but if they tried, they couldn’t find me … not yet.
On the other hand, I now, also hold graphic photos showing the violence done in the name of … “a woman’s freedom” — or, so they claim.
I show these photos on the streets and outside Abortion Clinics, attempting to display America’s 2nd greatest sin – MURDER – the ripping apart of innocent, helpless babies, while still in the womb!
People hate what I do, but very few are actually violent, some are; some have only stolen the signs from me.
Most just flip me off; a few park and approach me to yell at me.
One day last week I estimate that in a 2 hour stint, I was flipped off 75 to 100 times. 8 people parked … actually stopped and yelled at me. I say “at” because they don’t want to converse – hold a dialogue that goes both ways …
One idiotic woman tried to justify the violence my photos depict, by saying “Are you aware that children are sleeping on the streets in this city?”
My question in response, to her, “Does that mean we should kill them?”, went right on by her … Without thinking, she framed her next ridiculous statement. “And Republicans are cutting programs …”
I wish I’d have thought a bit quicker – I’d have asked her: “With Democrats in charge, just what programs have Republicans cut?” It’s amazing what people believe …
I’m aware – the photos I show, no one wants to see!
I understand that. But this (BEWARE – graphic photos below) is being done in your name and with your money!
These photos show bloody arms and legs ripped off the torso and even worse! The photos compare them to a small coin, making a lie out of the claim that it’s just a blob of flesh!
I show the after-effects of this (now temporarily legal) violent acts … I show them on the streets, knowing people don’t want to see them.
I do so because this violent act will not end until it is seen and people finally take a stand to stop it.
As with any Civil Rights movement, violence comes when change is threatened. I’ve been assaulted; so have others. Threats are issued almost daily, but if you’d like to join us go and purchase a sign … head out onto the streets and display them. Join us. We are thousands and our numbers are growing.
Whether they like it or not, the writing is on the wall! This new holocaust will soon end …
Charlie Hebdo published cartoons of the Muslim prophet Mohammed in 2012, leading France to temporarily close its embassies and schools in more than 20 countries amid fears of Islamist reprisals.
The offices of Charlie Hebdo were also burned down on November 2, 2011. A firebomb was lobbed into the offices of the paper at about 1 a.m., igniting a blaze.
The attack in 2011 came a day after the paper had announced it was naming Islam’s founder, Prophet Mohammed, as its “editor-in-chief” for this week’s issue. A statement by the paper said: “In order fittingly to celebrate the Islamist Ennahda’s win in Tunisia and the NTC (National Transitional Council) president’s promise that sharia would be the main source of law in Libya, Charlie Hebdo asked Mohammed to be guest editor.”
The back page of the paper was to feature a picture of Muhammed wearing a red nose, with the caption, “Yes, Islam is compatible with humor.” The front page, renamed “Sharia Hebdo,” was to likewise feature a picture of the Muslim prophet, captioned, “100 lashes if you don’t die of laughter!”
The real editor-in-chief, meanwhile, who goes by the name of “Charb,” told France Info radio at the time, “We no longer have a newspaper. All our equipment has been destroyed or has melted.”
In 2005, Danish cartoons of Mohammed sparked a wave of violent protests across the Muslim world.