Kerry Legitimizes Charlie Hebdo Terror Atrocities

Last January, Muslims butchered a dozen innocent people in a successful attempt to terrorize the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo into no longer depicting Mohammad. Leaders from around the world gathered in Paris to show their support for the French, who as a result of Islamic immigration are besieged in their own country. Obama sent a loud message by blowing off this event, but at least his risible excuse for a Secretary of State softened the blow slightly by bringing James Taylor to France to sing the nauseatingly corny ballad “You’ve Got a Friend.” However, it seems that France may not have a friend in Hanoi John Kerry after all. He now legitimizes the attack on the Charlie Hebdo offices by proclaiming that Muslims had their “rationale”:

Speaking about the Paris attacks to staff and their families at the U.S. embassy in Paris, Kerry said “there’s something different about what happened from Charlie Hebdo, and I think everybody would feel that.”

“There was a sort of particularized focus and perhaps even a legitimacy in terms of — not a legitimacy, but a rationale that you could attach yourself to somehow and say, OK, they’re really angry because of this and that,” Kerry said.

Legitimacy. He had the word he was looking for the first time.

If a Christian murdered a dozen people to terrorize others into refraining from poking fun at his religion, would Kerry consider it legitimate? Of course not, but then Christianity strongly condemns that sort of behavior, whereas Islam explicitly demands it. Mohammad sent out goons to murder poets for laughing at him from the earliest days of his cult. Another difference is that Kerry et al. are hostile to Christianity, but exceedingly sympathetic to Islam.

Just by speaking the name “John Kerry,” I could rest my case against Democrats. Any decent president would demand his resignation. But no doubt Obama agrees with him.

John Kerry
Hanoi John salutes the terrorists.

On tips from Torcer, Dean D, and Bill T. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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