Neville Gibson, editor at the NBR writes:
The assassinations of journalists and cartoonists at a satirical French newspaper will add to a wave of anti-Islamic feeling in Europe.
Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators have turned out in Paris, Lyons and other cities to defend freedom of speech and western democratic values against terrorism. In London, a demonstration has been held in Trafalgar Square.
The rallying call is â€śJe suis Charlieâ€ť (â€śI am Charlieâ€ť)Â â€“ a reference to President Kennedyâ€™s speech at the Berlin Wall in the 1960s and to the name of the weekly Charlie Hebdo, whose offices were invaded by three hooded gunmen at 11.30am Parisian time on Wednesday.
Let’s start with his gutlessness at not calling things for what they are.
These were not “three hooded gunmen”….they were Islamic terrorists.
Look Neville, at what they did to a wounded gendarme.