Charlie Hebdo attacks.Paris rally French Famous comedian Dieudonné replies to Minister of the Interior Bernard Cazeneuve
|Posted by The Reunion Black Family on January 13, 2015 at 4:25 PM|
Charlie Hebdo attacks: Paris rally
French Famous comedian Dieudonné replies to Minister of the Interior Bernard Cazeneuve:
Yesterday we all were Charlie. We all walked and stood up for freedoms to be allowed to laugh at everything.
All the Government’s officials – you included – were walking together in the same direction.
Yet, when I came back home I felt all alone.
The Government has been targeting me for a year now and is still looking to eliminate me by any means: media lynching, ban on my performance shows, tax audits, bailiff raids, searches, indictments… More than eighty judicial procedures have struck down on my kinfolk and me.
And the Government keeps on ruining my life. Eighty judicial procedures.
Since the beginning of last year, I have been treated as public enemy number one, when all I try to do is make people laugh, and laugh about death, because death laughs at us all, as Charlie knows now, unfortunately.
Even though I offered peace under your authority in the past weeks, I did not get any answer from you yet.
Whenever I express myself some people will not even try to understand me, they will not listen. They try to find some kind of pretext to suppress me. I am looked upon as if I were Amedy Coulibaly, when I am no different from Charlie.
It seems like you do not care about my words, unless you can distort them and use them to fill yourself with indignation.
Dear Minister, since it looks like I have finally earned some listening from your part, I wish to remind you one thing:
I offer peace. Dieudonné M’bala M’bala
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WHY IS NO ONE MARCHING FOR 2,000 MURDERED NIGERIANS? - BORIS KODJOE ASKS
Film actor, Boris Kodjoe has criticized the world leaders who attended the unity march organized in France over the deaths of 17 people who were killed last week for ignoring 2000 deaths that occurred in Nigeria.
About 40 world leaders on Sunday joined over 1.5 million Paris to protest the killing of 17 victims who died during three days of deadly attack on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, police officers, and a supermarket.
The deadly attack has been widely condemned.
In a twist of event, according to the Amnesty International, over 2,000 civilians in Nigeria were killed in a recent attack by militant group, Boko Haram.
Reports indicate that the militant group sprayed bullets as they stormed Nigerians Baga town with trucks and armored vehicles and razed the town to the ground.
he asked “can somebody tell me why nobody is marching for those [Nigerian] victims? Any world leaders planning a trip to Lagos or Abuja this week? Too Busy? Bad flight connections?”
“Maybe it's just me but did anyone else hear about Nigeria? 2000 civilians including women and children were massacred by terrorists this week,” Boris Kodjoe posted on his Facebook wall.
Nigerians have also taken to social media to express their outrage about the deaths in Baga.