The saddest cartoon I found discussing #CharlieHebdo

It seems some people outside Europe don’t get the true nature of Charlie Hebdo. Being born in the late sixties, it was, and I hope will remain, a satirical magazine attacking anybody in power. They also attack fundamentalism, not people. They use pencils and paper, not guns.

They are a natural heir to a long tradition of satire in France.

Everybody is entitled to have a different opinion. That is something we call freedom.

This is the saddest cartoon I saw on twitter:

 

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