French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo continued speculation about the terrorist attacks in Paris. This time cynical cartoons was devoted to the whole issue.
In the new issue of Charlie Hebdo were as previously published cartoons of the terrorist attacks in Paris, and new "masterpieces". On the cover of a magazine emblazoned the image of a Frenchman drinking champagne.
Sparkling wine comes in through holes in the body of the planet. "They have guns. We don't care. We have champagne," reads the caption to the illustration.
And on the other cartoon shows a lady, very similar to the famous French singer Edith Piaf, informs TV channel "Rain". Figure sad the star is at the bloody sink and washes the glass, which sticks out of the human eye.
"I wiped the glasses on his coffee," as if talking to an artist. The image itself is named with words from the songs of Piaf: "'ll always have Paris". The 3rd picture shows 2 gunmen. One of them is holding a coffee Cup. "Bars of Paris at gunpoint: they had painted the prophet in the tea leaves inside the Cup" - signed caricature.
In addition, there is a caricature of the suicide of a teenager, the one wearing a suicide vest. In the caption to her explains that he's tired of pimples on his face that he decided to become a kamikaze.
Remember, earlier, Charlie Hebdo was mocking the terrorist attacks in Paris, also on the domestic plane crash of airliner A321. In earlier published caricature the French were depicted as ghosts in the berets and the baguettes in hand. "The French are returning to a normal life," read the caption.
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