OPEN LETTER TO THE SAKER from Paul Matthews

Chechen leader blasts Europe over double standards on terrorism 

“Peace and stability are more important for all peoples than the right of a handful of journalists to disrespect the Prophet …”. Head of the Chechen Republic, Ramzan Kadyrov.

Terrorists More Offensive than Cartoons, Says Hezbollah Chief 

“The behavior of the takfiri groups that claim to follow Islam have distorted Islam, the Koran and the Muslim nation more than Islam’s enemies … who insulted the prophet in films… or drew cartoons of the prophet”.
Lebanon’s Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah

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Dear Saker,

Amen to, and a BIG thankyou for, all the spot-on analysis, provided with dignity, courage and knowledge about the ‘orchestrated hysteria’ in France. The level of ignorance among some of your numerous commentators makes me cringe. To follow your own line of thought, they are either terrified, full of hate or have stopped thinking. Among the boobies, hate and fear mongers and the braindead, they can’t all be French. But, discounting possible trolls, those that are in any of these three categories seem to have left their senses and have let their feelings run away with them. Time to see the wood for the trees.

In your most recent posts you make a thoroughly commendable stand against islamophobia and racism. This has cost you and us the French Saker blog which has been deliberately wiped, then put offline, by a treacherous member of that team, So that the entire contents dating from mid-June must be considered lost.

RT blithely announces Charlie Hebdo’s next edition is to have Muhammad cartoons, but demurs from broadcasting news that, in the name of Free Speech, Ukrainian PM Arseniy Yatsenyuk re-writes history to claim that in WWII the USSR invaded the Ukraine and Germany, As the Junta shells the Donbass (again).

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