30th Anniversary of The Great Holocaust Trial
By Michael Hoffman
Charlie Hebdo editor Stéphane Charbonnier in 2012 with the front page of his newspaper mocking an Islamic fundamentalist and an Orthodox rabbi. He was murdered today in France.
An offending issue of Charlie Hebdo, satirizing sacred cows — “ intouchables” (untouchables) — a Muslim fundamentalist and an exponent of the Talmud. The caption has them both saying, “Must not laugh at us!”
The French publisher of The Great Holocaust Trial will be as much in peril as the Charlie Hebdo people. This is the perpetual price that is paid by those who speak truth to power, beginning with the God-man who first spoke it to the Sanhedrin of Jerusalem some 2,000 years ago. Like the massacre in Paris of the Charlie Hebdo staff, which is being ascribed to Muslims alone, the crucifixion of Christ is nowadays blamed on the Romans alone. The French have a saying, plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.
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