The earthen grave lies open for Charlie Hebdo, the chestless cheerleaders of post-national “values.” The Wall Street Journal reports:
The cover of the new edition—due on newsstands with a press run of 1 million copies on Wednesday, a day before the grim anniversary—depicts God with a Kalashnikov slung over his back, cloak and beard spattered with blood, under the headline “The killer is still on the run.”
In the editorial, Mr. Sourisseau said all that the newspaper had survived over the decades gave him and the staff the “rage” to continue, extending his enmity well beyond Islamist terrorists to those he accuses of wishing for his paper’s demise—from Catholics to “jealous journalists.”
“Never have we wanted so much to beat the crap out of those who dreamed of our disappearance,” he wrote.
They’re so blinded by their atheism they can’t see the one true God that can save them from the enemy at the gates. They fail to detect the stakes of this game playing out in the Near West, that defanging righteousness leaves them vulnerable to evil.
For them just one question remains: When you have nothing to live for, why live at all? May the empty-headedness of “Je suis Charlie” be remembered forever.